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A day-long celebration of Canadian Independent Film! Ottawa Indie Fest is pleased to announce its inaugural screenings of Canadian independent films on Saturday June 3, 2017 at beautifully renovated La Nouvelle Scene Theatre in the heart of Ottawa's art district. Founded by Old Ottawa South resident and filmmaker Ed Kucerak (Kublacom Pictures) and Ottawa filmmakers Jith Paul (Treepot Media) and Blair Campbell (4 Sight Media), the film festival program this year consists of four feature-length films and six shorts, all Ottawa premieres. Highlights include:Thursday, 25 May 2017 06:55
The Ottawa Public Library would like to know what you think about its hours of operation. Take the OPL Hours of Operation Survey here.Monday, 22 May 2017 13:12Tags: library
Originally published in the May 2017 OSCAR. The first public consultation on Brewer Park’s renewal, which took place on March 23, 2017, demonstrated that the community truly cares about the park’s future. An overwhelming number of local residents turned out to the meeting, all eager to provide their feedback and input. The meeting was an initial step that marked the start of a multi-year process of listening, planning, seeking funding and then implementing the re-development of the park.Sunday, 21 May 2017 07:20Tags: Brewer Park
Right Bikes Ottawa is offering free bicycle tune-ups at Lansdowne Park, 1450 Queen Elizabeth Drive, the week of May 21-28, 2017 from 12 to 7pm. Drop by and celebrate Bike to Work month with a quick tune-up from a pro bike mechanic.Wednesday, 03 May 2017 09:40Tags: Cycling
The City of Ottawa Community and Protective Services Committee will examine the Noise By-law at its meeting Thursday, May 18, 2017. There are no proposed changes to the existing process for special event exemptions. The aim is to reduce noise through: the enforcement of bass noise and vibration; a reduction in the construction noise exemption level; improved enforcement of commercial deliveries and waste collection; and a reduction in the permitted duration of car alarms from 20 minutes to 5.Tuesday, 16 May 2017 15:28Tags: City of Ottawa
Annual community-wide porch sale. Buy, sell, and trade treasures in Old Ottawa South.
Dr. Della Wilkinson, RCMP research scientist and Glebe resident, will discuss how science has helped convict some of Canada’s most notorious serial killers and provide a glimpse into how science and technology will impact future crime scene investigation. Must register in advance.
Greg Donaghy will present the life and times of Sir Robert Borden, prime minister during the trying days of the “Great War.” Free event presented by the Old Ottawa East Community Association.
Works written during and in reaction to the 20th-century world wars by Lili Boulanger, Debussy, Prokofiev, and Messiaen. Dominic Guilbault, violin and Justine Pelletier, piano.