Ottawa Geek Market – 4 & 5 October, 2014

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Title: Geek Market – 4 October 2014
Organizer: Ottawa Geek Market / Marché Geek d’Ottawa
Description: The Ottawa Geek Market is a philanthropic company devoted to creating amazing geeky shopping experiences in the Ottawa region. The event was established with three main goals in mind: 1) to provide local geeky artisans, vendors and shopkeepers with an opportunity to sell their awesome items, 2) to celebrate the thriving geeky community in Ottawa in a fun and safe environment, and 3) to donate as much money as we can to local charities.

On Saturday, October 4th, local author Joanne Lécuyer will be launching her new children’s chapter book My Friend Merlin with local illustrator Rich Lauzon. Please drop by to say hello, buy the book! Join us for the scavenger hunt!

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Location: Nepean Sportsplex – Curling Rink,1701 Woodroffe Avenue, Nepean, ON
Links:
Map to location
Admission: starting at $10
Event Dates & Times:
Saturday, 4 October 2014 – 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday, 5 October 2014 – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Published by Joanne Guillemette Lecuyer

Joanne Guillemette Lécuyer is a Canadian independent author who loves writing positive fantasy chapter books for kids. She invents characters and places and works with different illustrators to help bring her stories to life. Her vision for her “Topsy Books” is to stir the imagination and creativity of kids, and the young at heart, by writing stories that touch upon life experiences in a way that is positive, imaginative and most of all fun.

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