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Businesses double for Ottawa Wine and Art Walk

Businesses double for Ottawa Wine and Art Walk
Businesses double for Ottawa Wine and Art Walk

Twice as many Ottawa businesses will be participating in downtown Ottawa's third annual Wine and Art Walk from 2 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4.

This year there will be more than two dozen businesses, versus a dozen last year.

All participants will start out at the Ottawa Boat Club, 500 Columbus St., where they will receive their wine glass, wrist band and a “passport” map of participating businesses.

There will be samples of wine, appetizers and art at each participating business along the Wine and Art Walk — as well as a chance to win one of 20 prizes.

“A lot of the merchants will be really going out of their way to make it fun and interesting,” said Rich Crum, general manager of The Lone Buffalo restaurant.

The Computer Spa will be remade for the event in the style of a jazz nightclub, he said.

Also, music will be performed by Crash from 4 to 8 p.m. outside Jeremiah Joe Coffee. Reddick Mansion will be open for tours.

Other participating businesses include Annette Barr Photography, Starved Rock Country Community Foundation, Kristine’s Shower, Chic N Unique, Salt Tree Yoga, Computer Spa, Farmers Insurance, Alure, Your Interior Motives, Iconic/Baby lconic, B.A.S.H., The Milk Moustache, Rubenesque, A Mess of Things, Prairie Fox Books, Pink Chihuahua, La Salle Street Boutique, In Bloom and Rock, Paper, Scissors.

Tickets for this event are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. They can be purchased from participating businesses or online at All will call tickets must be picked up Saturday between 2 and 5 p.m. at the Ottawa Boat Club.

For additional information call 815-557-6491.

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