Come and Hear…Dani of Postcards from the Mothership!

Dani hardly needs any introduction, as her blog, Postcards from the Mothership, has been at the heart of the Ottawa blogging scene for several years now. Ottawa families know that The Mothership is a great place to see Dani’s three gorgeous boys in action around town — and to get the skinny on parades, zoos, train trips, museums, and the brand new waterpark. Dani also sometimes showcases products that she believes in for families, and if you’re lucky, you might win one of her cool giveaways.

Dani’s not one to be shy about expressing her opinion about local events and parenting issues, either. Her readership is smart and thoughtful, and you’ll often find interesting discussions happening in her comments section.

In the past couple of years, she’s grown into a great photographer, too. Dani’s Project 365, in which she took a photo every day for a year, was featured on CBC Radio and led to her opening her own Etsy shop of prints. She continues to post photos every day and to experiment with new techniques that dazzle and shine.

In addition to reading, Dani will be showing her best photos at Blog Out Loud this year. Now that’s two very good reasons to come out on July 9th!


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WHERE: The Prescott, 379 Preston Street, at Preston and Beech
WHEN: Thursday, July 7, 2011 from 7pm to 10pm
WHO: 20+ bloggers reading their favourite post from the past year; plus several photo bloggers displaying their art
WHO'S INVITED: Anyone who likes to hear good writing -- entry is free!

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