Is it too early to think about biking, too early to imagine a warm breeze, blue skies, cleared pavements, green parkland, trees in full bloom, days when sneakers are enough and gloves are a thing of the past? For some of us, biking is never far from the realm of possibility and this year we’re hoping that you will help celebrate Capital Spokes second Bike Rally & Rodeo June 1st & 2nd in Old Ottawa South.
The Ottawa Grassroots Festival (OGF) is pleased to confirm that multi-award winning Franco-Ontarian artist, Dayv Poulin (Le Paysagiste), will headline the opening night (April 25) at the festival in Old Ottawa South. The event will take place April 25-28, 2019 at Southminster United Church, 15 Aylmer Avenue, Ottawa.
The Cup is back. After last year’s cancellation due to warm, slushy weather, the annual Capital Ward Cup returned in full force January 26th under the tutelage of newly inaugurated City Councillor Shawn Menard. The Old Ottawa South Moose played a characteristically strong tournament but fell 6-3 in the final to the perennial favourites, the Old Ottawa East Hosers.
Music at Trinity Special Presentation
The Turandot Project Collective forms a group of talented classical musicians who will be presenting an abridged version of Puccini’s great masterpiece and also the composer’s last opus, Turandot. Our company of artists includes fresh faces to the opera stage and those who have wealth of experience, each bringing their own remarkable gifts to the project. The score has been adapted by the wonderful musical director, John Kraus. It is a ravishing combination of grandiose brass rounded out with piano and percussion.
What could be better than a Christmas Eve Pageant? A Christmas Eve Pageant without rehearsals! All ages are invited to join us once again at Trinity’s Pop-up Pageant.
Join us on Sunday, December 9th 2018 for our annual Breakfast with Santa! We are so excited to celebrate the season with you! Join us from 10:30 am-12:30 pm at The Firehall (260 Sunnyside Avenue) for festive fun. Admission is free and there is a free pancake breakfast for the first 150 people! We just ask that you bring a donation (food or monetary) for the Ottawa Food Bank.
For 15 years Amnesty International Write for Rights has given people hope in their darkest moments. Last year participants at Southminster sent 142 letters on behalf of prisoners of conscience around the world. Come join friends and neighbours at the Write for Rights event at Southminster United Church on Sunday afternoon, December 9th, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
This is an invite to the clean up of the treed area on Canal Woods Terrace (formerly Bronson Place) for Sunday, November 18, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to noon: CANCELLED until the spring due to the frigid weather!
Have a say about Ottawa’s cultural scene by attending a public consultation event between November 16th to December 1st, 2018. Check out the event details here.
It’s important – did you know that Ottawa cultural sites and events drew audiences of over 5 million in 2017? And approximately 51,000 residents are employed in culture and tourism? Cultural events include film and food festivals, heritage and theatre districts, rural museums, urban concerts, and street art.
Where Youth, Energy, and Creativity Meet, We Are All Made Richer
Every now and then the universe aligns just so, and suddenly you remember why you are alive. Such is the power of spending an afternoon with the fine young actors from The Company of Adventurers.