Barefoot Books in Ottawa has partnered with Riverside Park Nursery School to help with their fundraising. A percentage of the proceeds resulting from this fundraiser will go directly to the school. Buy your books online throughout the month of Ottawa and come and view the books in person at the school on October 30th and 31st. If you have any questions you can send Dina an email email@example.com for more information. Please note that online orders will be mailed directly to you all orders over $60 will have a flat shipping rate of $9.99 within Canada. All orders placed through Dina will be available for pick up at the school. This is a great opportunity to get wonderful books and help support the school at the same time.Support This Event
Come out and learn about organic gardening in Ottawa and Eastern Ontario: seed exchange, gardening tips, canning and more! All are welcome to join the organic gardening community. Barefoot Books will be on hand with various children’s books related to gardening and protecting the environment. Barefoot Books strives to bring both environmental and global awareness to children and families. We have partnered with Eco-Libris for this event and will plant a tree for each book sold. We hope to see you there.
The Living Green Expo provides an exciting opportunity for residents of the National Capital Region to access a wealth of information and discover local companies dedicated to environmental stewardship, health and wellness. The Expo will feature 125 exhibitors and a program of activities, including a learning lounge, an eco fashion show, and a children's fun zone. Barefoot Books strives to bring both environmental and global awareness to children and families. We have partnered with Eco-Libris for this event and will plant a tree for each book sold.
The Village of Osgoode will transform itself into the glorious and brutal Medieval Kingdom of Osgoode – an enchanted place where maidens wear flower circlets and knights best each other with chivalry and swords. This year the Festival will have an expanded Education Day, new events for children and parents alike and additional seating for the Feast. So mark your calendars for two days of jousting, dancing, music, merchants, archery demonstrations and more! Medieval dress is encouraged but not required. For more information regarding the Festival, Education Day or the Feast visit www.osgoodemedievalfestival.com .
Herbfest has been an Ottawa Valley tradition for over thirteen years and is a must-attend event for those interested in herbs, gardening, cooking and living a healthy lifestyle. There’s something for every member of the family to enjoy. Throughout the day you can indulge in a variety of culinary treats at the food fair and there are lots of activities to enjoy including live music, dance and demonstrations galore. The chef’s cook-off and garden tours are also popular. For more information go to www.herbfest.ca