Join us for an evening of fun while we raise money for our street outreach!
Every penny goes directly to our friends living on the streets in Ottawa to provide them with food & essentials.
We Live in the Shadows is a collective consciousness group that raises awareness and supports Ottawa’s homeless and at risk.
Disco Bingo – Karaoke – Silent Auction
Sing with the gorgeous China Doll!
(Suggested donation of $2 per song)
Shanghai Market: Saturday Summer Community Market
Saturday, June 1, 2019 10 am – 3 pm
Shanghai Restaurant Parking Lot (indoors, if rain)
SATURDAYS☻ OUTDOORS ☻ ALL SUMMER LONG
A FUN OUTDOOR MARKET where artists, artisans, authors, crafters, foodies, performers, & healers sell their wares & services!
We have and need vendors who provide the following:
Baked Goods, Sweets and Treats, Healing Foods, Artists and Artisans, Authors, Holistic Health Products, Handmade “Spa” Bath & Beauty Products, Home goods, Vintage & Handmade clothes, Yoga & Exercise products, Pet products & services, Antique goods, Live music, music instruction, etc.
COST TO VEND is $ 25 a vendor spot, which goes toward a FUNDRAISING donation to “The Papa Kwan Memorial Stage” project.
Bring your own table. Any size you want! SET UP at 9:30am START 10am til 3pm There is no obligation to show up every weekend
VENDOR SPOTS are on a first come, first served basis
PAY anytime at beginning of start time
CONTACT Mabe Kwan, Organizer, for details by text at 613.981.3308
Shanghai info and details at 613.233.4001
Pansexuality is the sexual, romantic or emotional attraction towards people regardless of their sex or gender identity.
Come out to Shanghai Restaurant for a casual social evening filled with Queer friendly music videos. Have dinner with friends you bring, or meet others and form new connections!
From 9 – midnight, Angus Wright, who self identifies as pansexual and creator of Angus By Design documenting his mental health and weight loss journey losing 300lbs will host Karaoke!
No cover for karaoke, and donations gladly accepted for the Papa Kwan Community Stage in an effort to support local queer business and community. https://www.gofundme.com/papa-kwan-memorial-community-stage
This is an event created for the simple purpose of engaging social spaces for queer folks.
Spring may have not quite sprung, but the Ottawa Comic Jam has! Join us for an evening of cooperative comic drawing and writing at the Shanghai Restaurant. Theme: all things April, including: April O’Neill, Bunnies (Holy Grail rabbit vs Peter CottonTail?!) mutant animals, etc, as we celebrate making it through winter.
April Comic Jam
Wednesday April 24th, 2019
7 pm – 9:30 pm
651 Somerset St W
Ottawa ON K1R 5K3
suebrainpower (at) gmail (dot) com
613. 836. 7821 /
613. 501. 6862 (cell)
Event cost: free, materials provided
Artwork is collected at the end of the evening and posted to the Ottawa Comic Jam site for all to enjoy.
*Please note, this event is not generally suitable for minors, as some adult themes and artwork may be created.
**Please be respectful of your fellow comic jam artists and writers with your artwork and behaviour.
The Ottawa Comic Jam gratefully acknowledges DragonHead Studio for continued financial support. Also, thanks to the Shanghai Restaurant for sharing their welcoming, safe and art inspiring space. https://theshang.wordpress.com/
‘Rabbit Girl’ (c) 2019 Suzanne A. Marsden
Vernissage/Art Show for Neon Lilith’s new exhibition of photographs. The event will start at 6pm and the artist will be formally introduced at 6:30pm in a semi-theatrical performance. LP Jerry will spin carefully selected tunes from his extensive vinyl collection, finger foods will be served, and drinks may be purchased. The art show will be followed by Karaoke with Chinadoll, so stick around and enjoy the rest of the evening at Shanghai.
Time: Doors at 6pm, artist introduction 6:30pm
Location: Shanghai Restaurant, 651 Somerset St W
The setting is casual, and though this art party starts at 6pm, feel free to drop by anytime from 6pm to 9pm to say hello and take a look at the new works.
Legend has it, that two people who are destined to meet are connected by an invisible red thread. This spiritual thread may stretch or tangle, but never break. This, and many other legends, myths, and fairly tales are the inspiration behind the surreal photography we invite you all to see.