Makers of quality toys, games and musical instruments for over 30 years, we also operate the Ompah Woodworking School.
We’re located on Lothlorien farm, a co-operative land trust, one hour from Perth, and under two hours from Ottawa, on the edge of the Ottawa Valley. We’re housed in a twenty-five year old woodworking shop, dedicated to construction of small runs of musical percussion instruments, crokinole boards and vintage table hockey games, as well as D.N. Racing Class sailing iceboats.
Owner Peter Bunnett started woodworking in 1974 after teaching for three years in fly-in Cree villages in Northern Ontario. He has received arts grants from the Canada Council and the Ontario Arts Council Education Office. If he is proud of anything, it is that he’s had young people helping with woodworking production in his shop for 25 years without an accident. His mate, Ellen Good is the coordinator of the textile program for the MERA School house in McDonalds Corners and an extra organic gardener.