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TRIO ALBA @ CHAMBERFEST the Austrian Cultural Forum, in cooperation with Chamberfest, presents the Austrian Trio Alba (Piano, Cello, Violin), in Canada for the first time! July 27: 7p.m. July 29: 12 noon @ Dominion-Chalmers United Church (355 Cooper St.) For tickets, visit: http://www.chamberfest.com/
July 27 -  29, 2014
July 28 through August 1 Fairfields Heritage House Jr. Museum Camp (ages 4 – 7): 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sr. Museum Camp (ages 8 – 12): 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Who says the combination of history and math can’t be fun for young learners? Our Decimal Detectives series brings the two together to explore local heritage, the community’s development, and the natural world. How do we do that? For the young campers topics include patterns and mapping, simple shapes, currency and counting, and measuring. For older kids, we look at geometry, patterns, and measuring angles. Solving mysteries, building models of the museum, and making their own maps are just part of the fun! Cost: $6/participant 613-726-2652 museums@ottawa.ca
July 28 - August 01, 2014
What you’ll learn: In this hands-on work­shop our mas­sage ther­a­pists will teach you how to give & receive a relax­ation mas­sage on the arms, hands, back, neck, shoul­ders and head. What to know: Since most peo­ple don’t have a mas­sage table at home, the work­shop is taught sit­ting in a chair or on the floor, as the bio­me­chan­ics are much dif­fer­ent than work­ing on a table. This way you will be able to eas­ily trans­fer your skills at home. What you need: •A part­ner to work with (spouse, friend, etc) •Yoga mat, towel or cush­ion to sit on •Loose and com­fort­able clothing •Your own lotions if you have any allergies This 60 minute work­shop is pre­sented by Sarah Sea­gram & Adam Biesinger. couples massage Date: Wednes­day, July 30th, 2014 Time: 6:30pm—7:30pm Loca­tion: Hamp­ton Well­ness Centre Fee: $20 per couple
July 30, 2014
Want to have a pint, meet people, and learn more about the world? Come to Global Issues Trivia Night! Hosted by the World Federalist Movement – Canada, the event promotes knowledge of global history, issues, geography, and current events. Come join the world community here in Ottawa and connect with other individuals and groups who share your interests and goals. July 31, 7PM $5/person @The Clocktower Brewhouse (575 Bank St)
July 31, 2014
Psychic Fair with Psychic Readers, Aura Photography, Tarot and other Metaphysical Practitioners. Hours Friday 11 AM - 8 PM Saturday 10 AM - 8 PM Sunday Noon - 6 PM
August 01 -  03, 2014
The Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) is proud to present the 14th annual Muslim Summer Festival! A huge success every year, the festival attracts more than 20,000 people from various ethnic and religious backgrounds. With a colorful array of country exhibitions, engaging entertainment/activities, and appetizing refreshments, everyone is bound to have fun. Come out and enjoy the day with friends, family, and loved ones at Britannia Park on Saturday,August 2,2014.
August 02, 2014
Saturdays in August from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Pinhey’s Point Historic Site Not many people nowadays know that Elkanah Billings was the first professional paleontologist in Canada and worked in the field of geology. This series of programs for budding scientists celebrates Elkanah’s efforts by using hands-on activities to teach about fossils and dinosaurs, minerals, land formations, and volcanoes and earthquakes – including building a beaker volcano using sand and wax! Ages 8 – 12. Cost: $6/participant 613-832-4347
August 02, 2014
CHOO|COPO presents, for the second year: Colonel By Night, Sunday August 3rd, 3-7 pm in the ByWard Market. This special free community event will feature the unveiling of new heritage panels, period costume characters and music, special themed food & beverage demos, and engaging talks on the contribution of different groups to the development of Bytown and Lowertown. Speakers include: Ken Clavette (Worker's History Museum), Hagit Hadaya (Author) and Jean Yves Pelletier (Council of Heritage Organizations in Ottawa). Afterwards, Haunted Walks Ottawa will be offering a tour! Location: ByWard Market. Colonel By Night will also kick off Colonel By Day which takes place Monday August 4th, at the Rideau Canal locks.
August 03, 2014
In 1995, The Council of Heritage Organizations in Ottawa’s (CHOO), initiated Colonel By Day to acknowledge this remarkable achievement, to celebrate the richness of Ottawa’s past and to create a festive annual ‘living history event’ connecting generations past and present on Colonel By’s birthday! Colonel By Day is a magnificent, fun-filled, family-friendly, day connecting generations past and present through a wide variety of heritage-themed events and entertainment. The celebration includes traditional Irish and Scottish dances, Aboriginal expressions, blacksmithing, interactive tabletop exhibits, heritage talks, walking tours, archeological presentations, costumed characters, a heritage market, food, educational presentations by Parks Canada, free admission to the BYTOWN MUSEUM and much more! For second time, it will be celebrated as a two-day event! A uniquely Canadian heritage celebration, showcasing Ottawa’s rich and colourful history.
August 04, 2014

Ongoing Events

If “we are what we eat,” then we are all consumers of food science — even if we may not be aware of it. With a pinch of history and a dash of myth busting, Food Preservation: The Science You Eat highlights the role science plays in delaying food decay and keeping food nutritious and safe from farm to fork. In this interactive museum experience, explore the fascinating world of food preservation both at home and in larger scale operations. Learn the scientific reason why long-used methods of food preservation continue today and discover new innovations that will affect our food choices into the future. You’ll find something to feed your mind and imagination on the menu! Presented by Nestlé Canada. Supported by the Government of Canada.
May 13 -  13, 2015
Enjoy an elegant, sit-down breakfast or brunch in the beautiful Queens' Lantern of the Museum's "castle". The exquisite selection of menu items is masterfully prepared by the museum's Chef William Carter of Gourmet Cuisine. Breakfast (9 am – 11 am): Early risers can start their day off right with a hearty breakfast buffet that includes eggs, bacon, waffles, pastries, juice, coffee and more. Brunch (11 am – 2 pm): The scrumptious brunch buffet includes roast beef, glazed ham, pasta, vegetables, assorted salads, wild salmon gravlax, charcuterie, breakfast items, fruit, desserts and more. The breakfast and brunch packages include general admission to the museum, as well as the meal's gratuity. (The Creatures of Light special exhibition and 3D movies are extra). So, after brunching in style, be sure to visit the museum's world-class galleries. For prices and reservation info, go to http://nature.ca/en/plan-your-visit/what-see-do/whats/sunday-brunch / Address: 240 McLeod St., Ottawa
May 18 - August 31, 2014
Learn computer, Internet and e-mail basics every Thursday at the Emerald Plaza Library. We offer two one-on-one sessions at 3:00 and 3:30 every Thursday starting June 5th. Register at the service desk at Emerald Plaza, 1547 Merivale Rd.
June 05 - September 26, 2014
This temporary exhibition, by the Currency Museum, walks you through more than 150 years of the Canadian 1 cent piece. Featuring 12 significant coins, this exhibition evokes Canadian and world history even as it profiles our humble pennies. The coins are backed up with entertaining graphics in a fun catalogue format demonstrating the enormous change in the buying power of the cent over the last 100 years. Come and see both the first and the last pennies struck at the Royal Canadian Mint. Come see what they could buy. CENTimental Journey opens on June 27, 2014 and will run until June 26, 2015. Located behind the Grand Hall at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Québec. www.historymuseum.ca Behind the Grand Hall
June 27 -  26, 2015
a Company of Fools is back with the ever popular Torchlight Shakespeare – bringing Shakespeare to Ottawa’s parks all summer long! This season the hilarious romantic comedy As You Like It will play July 3rd-August 16th in parks across Ottawa. This family friendly show is Pay What You Can with a suggested donation of $15 per person.
July 03 - August 16, 2014
Every Friday and Saturday between 1pm and 3pm for the rest of the summer, Frontier College volunteers invite Ottawa's general public, families, and youth groups to read great Canadian books with our volunteers in a Reading Tent at Rideau Hall! Join us for free and fun literacy activities in a beautiful setting! --------------------------------------------- Chaque vendredi et samedi entre 13 h et 15 h pour le reste de l'été, les bénévoles de Collège Frontière invitent les familles et enfants d'Ottawa pour lire de grands livres canadiens avec nos bénévoles dans une tente de lecture à Rideau Hall! Rejoignez-nous pour des activités d'alphabétisation gratuit et amusants dans un cadre magnifique !
July 03 - August 23, 2014
If you're itching for some adventure, then UrbanQuest has just the ticket for you. Quests are an Amazing-Race style scavenger hunt. The final destination of the Quest is a mystery restaurant where we’ve made a reservation for you. Or, you can opt out of the dinner portion and either do the Quest for fun or try and beat the 2 hour countdown. Check out www.urbanquest.com
July 17 -  28, 2014
Always thought you could win the Amazing Race? Here’s your shot at a big dream! Well, maybe on a bit smaller of a scale. By smaller scale I mean a local experience not worldwide and there isn’t a million dollars at the end! What we can promise you though is a great time. Choose from a variety of Quests and download your clue package online. Then, armed with only your street smarts and your ability to charm people to help you, explore parts of your city to solve puzzles to beat the Quest. If you can solve it, a dinner reservation at a mystery location awaits! Otherwise you go hungry (kidding... well sort of... awkward). The unique and original concept of UrbanQuest makes it a fun activity — great for dates, groups of friends, family outings, and corporate events. Are you good enough to beat the Quest? Check out the website at www.urbanquest.com
July 17 -  28, 2014
Have you always wanted to be Sherlock Holmes, solving puzzles in your spare time, uncovering mysteries everywhere you look, maybe even smoking out of a pipe and sowing elbow patches on your best jacket? Well it’s time to unleash your inner Holmes with a fun and challenging adventure! That is of course if you’re Holmes Index is high enough. Choose from a variety of UrbanQuests online and download your clue package online. Then, armed with only your wit and logic, explore parts of your city to solve puzzles and unlock the Quest’s ending. Where does the final answer take you? A mystery restaurant where a reservation has already been made for your group! The unique and original concept of UrbanQuest makes it a fun activity — great for dates, groups of friends, family outings, and corporate events. Good luck Holmes! Check out the website at www.urbanquest.com
July 17 -  29, 2014
The Stone School is the home of the Pontiac School of the Arts whose mission is to “inspire creative discovery in everyone.” The school’s annual programming includes courses spanning a wide range of art and crafts for both children, youth and adults. We offer such things like drawing, stone carving, glass working, paper folding, stained glass and much more! Located in the picturesque Portage-du-Fort, QC, courses take place in the historic building that is now an Art Gallery and Art School Events (on average) are 2 days long, and we have small classes! (max 15) Hope to see you there
July 24 - August 27, 2014
Exhibition of Works - Includes paper, hand-bound books, boxes, hand printing, altered books and artists’ books. Presented by the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild Ottawa Valley Chapter August 2-31, 2014, Shenkman Arts Centre – Display Case Main Floor, 245 Centrum Boulevard, Orleans K1E 0A1, M-F 7:45 am – 9:30 pm, S-S 9 am – 6 pm, Closed Civic Holiday (August 4)
August 02 -  31, 2014

Upcoming Events

August 5 through 8 Nepean Museum Jr. Museum Camp (ages 4 – 7): 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sr. Museum Camp (ages 8 – 12): 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Did you know that our heritage is full of people who made significant contributions to the advancement of science? In this series of programs, we draw inspiration from them and delve into science with a full range of activities that explore magnets, weather, space travel, bridge building, and chemistry. Older campers will also learn about meteorology, log cabin construction, and the health sciences. Cost: $6/participant 613-723-7936
August 05 -  08, 2014
Wednesdays in August from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Billings Estate National Historic Site Unearth Ottawa’s best kept secrets by digging into our outdoor, hands-on archaeology program! Each one of these weekly programs focuses on a different aspect of archaeology, and delves into the past by having children participate in archaeological digs to discover buried artefacts. Topics range from how to set up a digging grid, to artifact dating techniques, to making a time capsule. Ages 6 – 12. Cost: $6/participant 613-247-4830
August 06, 2014
Fridays in August from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Billings Estate National Historic Site Introduce your little ones to the wonders of museums at an early age! Preschool Picnics encourage imaginative learning through role playing as Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk (and others!), making fossils to learn about natural history, doing “chores” like pioneer children would have done, and playing matching games to learn about big vs. little to help them understand the world around them. A small picnic lunch is provided. Ages 3 – 5. Cost: $8/participant 613-247-4830
August 07, 2014
Thursdays in August from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Billings Estate National Historic Site Do you have an aspiring Sherlock Holmes at home? Our History Detectives series of weekly programs presents a different mystery to solve by collecting a series of clues, studying evidence, and carrying out investigative work to crack the case! Helping children develop deductive reasoning skills and teaching them about the history of the Estate becomes fun with cases like: The Case of the Lost Lumber, the Missing Tea Biscuits, the Case of the Train Delay, and more! Ages 6 – 12. Cost: $6/participant 613-247-4830
August 07, 2014
Thursdays in August from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Pinhey’s Point Historic Site Looking to instill a love of history in your children from an early age? Our Preschool Picnics encourage learning basic concepts using age-appropriate activities to promote active minds and bodies. Topics like cooking, archaeology, Voyageurs, First Nations, and agriculture are explored through crafts, storytelling, and games (like “portaging”) each week. Cost includes a small lunch that you’re encouraged to eat while picnicking on the grounds! Ages 3 - 5 Cost: $8/participant 613-832-4347
August 07, 2014
Thursdays in August from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Pinhey’s Point Historic Site Keeping young hands busy can be a challenge over the summer! Our Young Artisans program uses hands-on crafts, activities, and games to teach about a different traditional trade each session. Learn why homemade items were so important to families like the Pinheys, and the materials and tools needed to make them. Topics include candle-making, soap-making, carving, leatherwork, and needlework. Ages 8 – 12 Cost: $6/participant 613-832-4347
August 07, 2014
“Watson’s Mill Wine Tasting Event” Looking for an interesting wine tasting experience? Look no further than Historic Watson’s Mill and the Annual Wine Tasting event.Come on out on Friday, August 8th for a great evening of wine tasting, a selection of appetizers by Manotick's Sucré Salé, and upbeat tunes provided by the Swamp Water Jazz Band. The Wine Tasting Event will be held on Friday, August 8th from 7 pm to 10 pm. Admission is $35 (or $30 for WMMI members—please call us: 613-692-6455); ticket holders must be 19 years or older. Each ticket purchased comes with 5 sampler tickets redeemable at any winery station. Tickets are available in advance at Watson’s Mill and on-line through Eventbrite at http://watsonsmillwinetix.eventbrite.com/?aff=efbevent. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door. The number of tickets is limited, therefore get yours today before they are sold out! Admission includes five wine samples, with extra samples available at at $2 each.
August 08, 2014
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Cumberland Heritage Village Museum, 2940 Old Montreal Road Saturday August 9th, 6:00 pm Sunday August 17th, 4:00 pm Tickets $55.00 each or table of 6 for $300 Early Bird Special! Buy before July 16 and get individual tickets for $50. Buy your table of 6 before the deadline and receive a complimentary bottle of wine. Advance tickets only. Grab your fry pan and your mining gear as Vintage Stock Theatre goes to the far north for their next murder mystery dinner theatre adventure. Murder Under the Midnight Sun is a rollicking journey back in time to the gold rush of 1898. Follow the characters as they cross the treacherous Chilkoot Pass into the Klondike in search of riches. As everyone gathers at Molly’s Sourdough Saloon, the action begins to heat up as you discover that panning for gold isn’t the only thing on someone’s mind....
August 09 -  17, 2014
Where: Strathcona Park - Laurier Avenue E. & Range Road, Ottawa, Canada When: Saturday AUGUST 9th, 2014 10 AM – 5 PM Rain or Shine! ENJOY the work of the area’s most talented artists and artisans. This 14th annual exhibition & sale is fast becoming one of the area’s most popular outdoor artistic events. Over 130 exhibitors are drawn from many fine professional associations. Silent Auction | Performers | Refreshments | Food FREE ADMISSION Ideal venue for a professional or semi-professional artist or artisan seeking to exhibit work in a low-cost, yet beautiful venue. Registration Fee Only – No Commission REGISTER now by contacting beerang63@gmail.com For event information please contact: Email: beerang63@gmail.com Ph: (613) 860-7800 Organized by: MICA (Mental Illness Caregivers Association)
August 09, 2014
Toronto City Chase: August 9th, 2014 Ottawa City Chase: August 16th, 2014 Get ready for the event of your summer! Navigate 10 ChasePoints to conquer Canada’s biggest urban race. Teams of 2 will test their brains AND brawn by finding and completing ChasePoints scattered around the city. The first team to cross the finish line is the winner! Teams will be able to fundraise for the event, with 100% of proceeds going directly to the Children’s Wish Foundation. The Children's Wish Foundation is a uniquely Canadian charity that helps Canadian children, families and communities by granting the favourite wish of a child diagnosed with a serious or life-threatening illness. Team registration is $150 and will get you 2 high performance, moisture technology t-shirts. EARLY BIRD pricing is on NOW for ONLY $135! For more information and to see past ChasePoints, visit http://citychase.ca.
August 09 -  16, 2014
Sunday August 10th, 10 am – 12 pm (No Rain Date) Discover the delicious, wild edible and healing, medicinal plants of Petrie Island. This walk will introduce participants to the wild food and medicine of the area through plant identification skills, ethical harvesting practices and preparation and uses of a variety of plants. *Please note that we will not be harvesting plants on this tour, although you will be invited to take a nibble here and there as applicable. Our focus will be on plant identification, their uses and the principles of safe, ethical foraging in an urban environment. * Participants are encouraged to bring notebook & pen and a camera. Price: Varies ($7 Member, $10 Non-member) Registration is required – limited spots for this tour. Payment in advance will secure your spot. Full Details at Our Website: http://www.petrieisland.org/events.html
August 10, 2014
Sunday, August 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pinhey’s Point Historic Site At Pinhey’s Point we celebrate the Ottawa River every day, but Riverfest is the day we pull out all the stops! If you’re into the outdoors and love rivers like we do, come to the site on this day and take a Voyageur canoe ride, enjoy sailing demonstrations, be inspired by the heritage boats on display, learn about forgotten arts and trades, and sit for a spell while you enjoy some live music. Don’t forget to stop by our heritage cooking demonstrations, too. You’ll go home with a new appreciation for your kitchen! Cost: $6/person, $10/pair, $16/family 613-832-4347
August 10, 2014
Ages 8 to 12 | de 8 à 12 ans AUGUST11 - 15 AOÛT MY MINI CITY | MA VILLE EN MINIATURE 180$ PER WEEK | PAR SEMAINE 144$ FOR SIBLINGS AND OAG MEMBERS | TARIF MEMBRES ET POUR LES FRÈRES ET SŒURS FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER ONLINE: http://ottawaartgallery.ca/content/2014-summer-art-camps-oag POUR EN SAVOIR PLUS, ET POUR L'INSCRIPTION EN LIGNE : http://ottawaartgallery.ca/fr/content/les-camps-dété-en-art-de-la-gao TO REGISTER BY PHONE | POUR L’INSCRIPTION PAR TÉLÉPHONE, COMPOSEZ : 613-233-8699 X 227 Ottawa Art Gallery / Galerie d'art d'Ottawa 2 Daly Avenue 2, avenue Daly Ottawa, On K1N 6E2 Canada
August 11 -  15, 2014
August 11 through 15 Fairfields Heritage House Jr. Museum Camp (ages 4 – 7): 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sr. Museum Camp (ages 8 – 12): 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Budding artists take note! This week-long series of programs gets the creative juices flowing with hands-on activities that inspire imaginative thinking. Exploring our artefact collection and age-appropriate activities like painting, sculpting, the colour wheel, and making collages will keep young hands and minds busy. Older kids will get to try their hand at tie-dyeing and papier maché. Cost: $6/participant 613-726-2652
August 11 -  15, 2014
Join us at lunch time for a free group hypnosis session. Our August theme is “Building Confidence”. When: August 12th Time: 11:45am – 12:45pm Location: Ottawa Public Library - 120 Metcalfe St, (Conference Room - Basement Level) Seating is limited so we ask that you register in advance at Info@TheSuccessRoom.ca Thank you. Courtesy of The Success Room www.TheSuccessRoom.ca
August 12, 2014
Calabogie Blues & Ribfest will feature Eastern Ontario's BEST blues music lineup. In addition there will be ribbers from across North America, vendors, kids' zone, food, beer garden, and of course everyone's favorite feature - mountainside camping available all weekend long. Calabogie Blues & Ribfest is a family friendly environment, with something for everyone! With over 16,000 in attendance at the 2013 festival, the 2014 festival is set to be bigger and better than ever! Announced so far: David Wolcox Anthony Gomes
August 15 -  17, 2014
A full day workshop and evening Planetary Dance experience facilitated by dancer and teacher Cherie Hill from San Francisco, California. An opportunity to take time for our hectic lives to experience movement and dance as a healing art - personally, collectively and globally. A full day exploration combining elements of African Dance, creative movement, Hatha Yoga, the Alexander technique and an evening Planetary Dance experience. Come for the day, the evening or both. ALL welcome! No past experience required – just an open heart and mind!
August 16, 2014
Lumière celebrates the magic & beauty of light. Shakespearean actors, artists & buskers rule the park. Costumes encouraged & bring a flashlight. This magical event takes place Aug 16 5-11pm in New Edinburgh Park, Stanley Ave. lumiereottawa.com.
August 16, 2014
SAVE THE DATE – Savour Ottawa’s Harvest Table is Sunday, August 17! Come join Ottawa farmers and chefs in a celebration of local food and culinary talent. Savour Ottawa is hosting its fourth annual Harvest Table at Brewer Park on Sunday, August 17, 2014. Guests will enjoy a multi-course gourmet luncheon highlighting the harvest and be able to sample from local wineries and craft breweries. For more information and a full list of participants please visit: http://www.savourottawa.ca/events.php Tickets are on sale now! To purchase tickets online go to: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/savour-ottawa-harvest-table-2014-tickets-11590131395
August 17, 2014
Sunday, August 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Billings Estate National Historic Site Come meet the keepers of vintage motorcycles and their prized possessions! You’ll learn about different types of motorcycles from different parts of the world and can test your motorcycle knowledge with our family-friendly scavenger hunt. Cost: $6/person, $10/pair or $16/family 613-247-4830
August 17, 2014
Art Extravaganza – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fairfields Heritage House If art is already a favourite pastime, or if you’ve always wanted to get those creative juices flowing, this event is for you! Fairfields has long been an inspiration for artists. After taking special guided tours of the house that focus on the art and photography in the home, take part in our watercolour and oil painting demonstrations, and then make your own pinhole camera to take home! Cost: $6/person, $10/pair, $16/family 613-726-2652
August 17, 2014
August 18 through 22 Nepean Museum Jr. Museum Camp (ages 4 – 7): 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sr. Museum Camp (ages 8 – 12): 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Who says the combination of history and math can’t be fun for young learners? Our Decimal Detectives series brings the two together to explore local heritage, the community’s development, and the natural world. How do we do that? For the young campers topics include patterns and mapping, simple shapes, currency and counting, and measuring. For older kids, we look at geometry, patterns, and measuring angles. Solving mysteries, building models of the museum, and making their own maps are just part of the fun! Cost: $6/participant 613-723-7936
August 18 -  22, 2014
Watch and discuss a good film in a relaxed atmosphere in this book-club style chat about a particular film and cinematography. This month's film is My Prairie Home. Free registration with a valid Ottawa Public Library card. Wednesday, August 20, 6:30 pm-8:30 pm Nepean Centrepointe Library 101 Centrepointe Dr 613-580-2710
August 20, 2014
Words of Courage is a Voice Found series series that features survivors of child sexual abuse who share their stories to educate and inspire. We're incredibly honoured to have as a speaker, Matthew Sandusky, the adopted son of former Penn State assistant football coach, Jerry Sandusky. On, July 17, 2014, Oprah Winfrey’s OWN channel aired her interview with Matt, who broke his silence for the first time since his father's conviction on 45 counts of child sexual abuse. Matt's first Canadian visit will be to Ottawa on August 21st where he'll join other survivors, with Jean-Paul Bedard and Carrie Ann Kent, at event aimed to shatter the silence around child sexual abuse and inspire people to overcome trauma and thrive. 6:30 pm Funhaven Special Events Room 1050 Baxter Road Ottawa, ON 613-884-8457 Cynthia@voicefound.ca
August 21, 2014
The Pineview Golf Course presents The Grace Manor Charity Golf Tournament on August 22nd, 2014. Get your four person team together and join us for a round of golf in support of The Salvation Army Grace Manor. Start time is at 1 pm followed by dinner at 6:30 pm. The cost is $85 per person and includes golf, cart, meal and prizes. To register please contact Azra 613-722-8025.
August 22, 2014
Please join Share The Road Cycling Coalition and Trips for Kids Ottawa for a lovely summer family fun event in support of two great causes.This year we’ve divided the Family Fun Ride into two options—a 20min ride for the younger riders and a 45min ride for the older children. The START and FINISH will be at the “New” Richcraft Recreation Centre the evening of August 23rd. Kit pick up opens at 5pm. Ride begins at 5:30pm followed by a BBQ sponsored by Giant Tiger as well as a performance by Junkyard Symphony. Please bring bikes and helmets (mandatory) and meet us under the START/FINISH banner in the parking lot at the Richcraft Recreation Centre. Everyone who rides will receive a certificate of participation. $20 per family -register at www.sharetheroad.ca
August 23, 2014
Please join Share The Road Cycling Coalition and Trips for Kids Ottawa for a lovely summer ride in support of two great causes. This year’s 55k and 105k routes will take you west of Ottawa, Both routes are generally flat and on quiet roads. Ride Includes: well marked route with ride marshals, water stations, roadside assistance followed by a post ride BBQ. For more information on the routes, fees and 2014 ride jersey, please go to www.sharetheroad.ca
August 24, 2014
August 25 through 29 Fairfields Heritage House Jr. Museum Camp (ages 4 – 7): 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sr. Museum Camp (ages 8 – 12): 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Even though our community looks very different from when it was first settled, there’s still tons of natural heritage to explore. Plants and animals – whether wild or domestic – are still part of our neighbourhoods, and this series of programs encourages children to explore their environment and see it a bit differently. Young campers will learn about animal habitats, insects, gardening, and flowers. Older campers will explore suburban ecology, animal tracks, migration, and the 100-mile diet. Cost: $6/participant 613-762-2652
August 25 -  29, 2014

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