What's newPublished on March 20, 2014

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  • Spice up your life

  • Spice up your life 

  • Spice up your life

  • Natural wonders 

  • Designed on innovation

Something fishy, a little spicy and right on trend — we've found a few things you should know about! Know about something new & notable? Contact us: editor@ottawaathome.ca.  

Spice up your Life

Food blogger Jodi Samis has sourced a wide selection of bulk and pre-packaged herbs and spices from around the world in preparation for the opening of her new store, Cardamom and Cloves.  She also plans to provide custom blends of rubs and spice mixes.  Most importantly, customers will benefit from knowledgeable service about the origin of herbs and spices, and their proper storage and use. Cardamon and Cloves is scheduled to open in early February in Little Italy at 440 Preston St.

Designed on Innovation

Elite Draperies & Home Decorating has relocated to an impressive 7,000 sq ft showroom with attached workroom at 148 Colonnade Rd. From custom draperies and window coverings, motorized and manual window shades and blinds, to designer fabrics, custom furniture and upholstery, and designer wall coverings, long-standing clients can count on the same service they have known for 50 years and much more. Owners Greg and Mary Birtch take pride in the expanded space to showcase the latest trends in home décor. 

Natural Wonders 

The Canadian Museum of Nature is a family favourite with educational and interactive displays showcasing the natural world around us.  Several new and exciting exhibits are scheduled for 2014. Frogs — A Chorus of Colours, is an impressive collection of live frogs, displayed in beautiful mini-habitats, captivating adults and kids alike. X-rays of Arctic Fish is a visually stunning exhibition of backlit images that reveal the intricate bone structure of fish found in the icy waters of Canada's Arctic regions. The museum will shine later in the spring with the Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescence exhibition.  Shown for the first time in Canada, this brilliant exhibition is all about amazing organisms that produce their own light. The Canadian Museum of Nature is located at 240 McLeod St. 

Save The Date! 

April 5 and 6:The 20th Annual Spring Ottawa Antique Show will be at the Fieldhouse at Carleton University Fieldhouse.  




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