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This Weekend

The 35th edition of the Ottawa Home and Garden Show kicks off Thursday, March 26 to Sunday, March 29 at the EY Centre (4899 Uplands Drive)—and the show is bigger and better than ever before! With an unmatched reputation in Ottawa, the show attracts close to 30,000 attendees each year, and more than 300 exhibitors will be waiting to share with you their latest products and services – often at hugely discounted rates – for all your home and garden needs. Don’t miss: •The Canadian Dream Garden: A 2,800 square foot garden showcasing a stunning variety of Canadian landscaping trends •The new “Ask the Experts” Zone: FREE one-on-one consultations with top experts in design, landscaping and home services •Do-It-Yourself stage presentations by celebrity guests •Official ribbon-cutting event on Thursday at 12:30pm followed by an exclusive guided tour of the Canadian Dream Garden Special Offers: •Save $3 off the regular price of admission when you buy your ticket online at: www.ottawahomeshow.com
March 26 -  29, 2015
Ottawa's only wine auction will be conducted by Stephen Ranger, one of Canada’s leading auctioneers. Registration and wine and cheese will be held at 6:00 p.m. and then have your bidding number ready at 6:30 p.m. All the wines are appraised by Rob Jull of Vinifera Wine Services. Wine buyers pay only the hammer price. There are no additional taxes (HST), fees or commissions because this is formally recognized as a charity auction. The $25 ticket price will be credited towards the purchase of wines at the auction. Check frequently our website at www.musicandbeyond.ca for updates on the event. Online bidding starts on March 9th at 1:00 p.m. Proceeds to support Music and Beyond Festival 2015. Information: 613-241-0777
March 27, 2015
On Friday, March 27th 2015, Ottawa's only wine auction will be conducted by Stephen Ranger, one of Canada’s leading auctioneers. Registration and wine and cheese will be held at 6:00 p.m. and then have your bidding number ready at 6:30 p.m. All the wines are appraised by Rob Jull of Vinifera Wine Services. Wine buyers pay only the hammer price. There are no additional taxes (HST), fees or commissions.The $25 ticket price will be credited towards the purchase of wines at the auction. Check frequently our website at www.musicandbeyond.ca for updates on the event. Online bidding starts on March 9th at 1:00 p.m. Proceeds to support Music and Beyond Festival 2015. Information: 613-241-0777, x505, Email: auction@musicandbeyond.ca
March 27, 2015
Lisgar Collegiate Institute is holding its first ever used book sale on March 27th and March 28th. We have collected over 5000+ gently used books, CDs, and DVDs and are selling them all at bargain prices! All funds raised will be going to support the school's extracurricular activities. Times: March 27th 4pm-9pm March 28th 10am-7pm Location: 29 Lisgar Street P.S. we are still accepting donations, feel free to get in contact with us and have us arrange a pick up date for your donation, it is greatly appreciated. Email us to arrange a pick up time: LisgarBookSale@gmail.com
March 27 -  28, 2015
 
 
Come celebrate both fictional and real-life super heroes at the Ottawa Geek Market March 27-29, 2015 at the Curling Rink & Rink 3 at the Nepean Sportsplex! With a focus on sci-fi, fantasy, comics, anime, steampunk, horror and gaming, there's bound to be something for every geek in your life. Highlights: over 100 exhibitors, costume contest, Geek Quest (Scavenger Hunt), video & board gaming, huge LEGO® display, craft zone, free face painting, bouncy castle, live entertainment, silent auction and so much more! This is a great opportunity to get dressed up in costume! $2 from each ticket sold will be donated to the Heroes Are Human: Tema Conter Memorial Trust. Admission js FREE for all first responders, military (including veterans), correctional services staff and children under 12. Tickets starting at just $10! Tickets can be purchased in advance and at the door.
March 27 -  29, 2015
Arts Court Theatre, 2 Daly Avenue, suite 240, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6E2. The program: Friday 27th March . 7 pm GOLD followed by a Gala Reception. //// Saturday 28th March .          2 pm. Children's Matinee SONG OF THE SEA. 5 pm. PILGRIM HILL. 8 p.m Bachelor WEEKEND. //// Sunday 29th March......   2 pm Irish language version of THE PIPE (is "as Gaeilge" for the Gaelgoirs of Ottawa). 5 pm. GOOD VIBRATIONS. 8 pm KISSES. pamurray73@gmail.com - Patrick Murray  613-762-1550
March 27 -  29, 2015
Join us on Friday, March 27th, 2015 from 5pm to 8pm at The Marshes Golf Club for a social event to celebrate the arrival of Spring and the introduction of our new signature Canadian wine, Westcott Vineyards. Sip and Savour as you work your way through themed gourmet food stations and incredible wine pairings. $50.00 per person includes all your wine and food for the evening. Limited tickets available.
March 27, 2015
Tone Cluster presents words.3 Celebrating Diversity Tone Cluster presents words.3 on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 7:30 pm at École secondaire publique De La Salle, 501 Old St-Patrick St., Ottawa with guest director Scott Leithead and guest choirs from Glebe Collegiate and Canterbury High School Using the power of music, Tone Cluster celebrates diversity and promotes a message of support and inclusiveness to youth and individuals of any age that might be at a time in their life when they face challenges to embrace their unique identity. $18 in advance, $20 at the door, $10 Students; Free admission for accompanied children under twelve. Tickets are available at After Stonewall, The Leading Note, Compact Music, Venus Envy and Books on Beechwood. For further information contact Tone Cluster at tonecluster.public@gmail.com or visit http://www.tonecluster.org/
March 28, 2015
JOIN Sound Healer, Speaker and Author Dawn James for a harmonic and uplifting event! Singing Bowl meditation with quartz crystal and Tibetan bowls This is an incredible opportunity to experience spiritual healing through sound vibration. Soothing meditation with the healing vibration of crystal & Tibetan bowls will bring balance and harmony to your physical and energy bodies. The intention of this sound circle is for transformation, insight and peace. About Dawn Dawn James is the founder of raiseyourvibration.ca, an organization dedicated to providing education, inspiration and support related to understanding and enhancing vibrational frequency for overall health and well-being (personally and globally).
March 28, 2015
INTERNATIONAL FOOD FAIR AND CONCERT Saturday, March 28, 2015, at Aylmer United Church, 164 rue Principale, Aylmer, QC The four-corners dinner features food from China, Lebanon, Burma, and Italy, and begins at 6:00 p.m. followed by the concert by Tuxedo Junction at 7:15 p.m. Tickets for dinner and concert $25 must be ordered in advance as only 80 are sold; Concert tickets $10 at the door. To order your tickets, please contact Stephanie Wakelin at 819-455-2691 or steffisale@hotmail.com.
March 28, 2015
The Ottawa Chapter of the Ohara School of Ikebana, in collaboration with the Embassy of Japan presents Spring Delight. Saturday, March 28th, 10:00am - 4:00pm Official Opening: 11:00am Sunday, March 29th, 11:00am - 3:00pm Embassy of Japan 255 Sussex Dr. Ottawa Open to the Public. Admission is Free.
March 28 -  29, 2015
On Saturday March 28th and Sunday March 29th the 18th Annual Aboriginal Family Festival is taking place at Carleton University Raven's Nest Gym - 1125 Colonel By Dr. Grand Entry at 12pm both days. Admission by donation all are welcome.
March 28, 2015
“MESSY EASTER CHURCH” for the kids! Queenswood United Church in Orleans is having another Messy Church event coming up on March 28th from 4 – 6 pm at the Chapel. There will be games, crafts, songs, a story and eating supper together. All are welcome and don’t forget to invite your friends and neighbours! Adults are welcome to come along, but, all children must be accompanied by an adult. 360 Kennedy Lane East, Orleans. www.queenswoodunited.org
March 28, 2015
On March 28, 2015 from 8:30 to 9:30 pm millions of people in thousands of cities and towns will be turning off their power in celebration of Earth Hour. The doors of First United Church, 347 Richmond Road, Ottawa, will be open to everyone in the community as our choir leads us by candlelight, in an acoustical hour of singing Songs to the Earth. These will be both popular and sacred choices. This event is open to all ages and denominations. “There are few activities that can strengthen our community or bring as much hope and joy to the spirit as raising our voices together, in song, for the greater good.” Ottawa west resident. Citizens of Ottawa are asked to join us in this free event as we celebrate the Earth and take this simple action in solidarity with those around the world who recognize that we live on a finite planet with finite resources. The action of reducing our use of non-renewable energy is a necessary step to a sustainable world.
March 28, 2015
La Grange de la Gatineau invites you to celebrate the 70’s! Back at La Grange for a second time, Patsy Gallant will present her greatest hits (‘From New York to L.A.’, ‘Sugar Daddy’ and many more) on Saturday, March 28, at 8pm. Disco fever guaranteed! La Grange de la Gatineau offers a candle-lit, cabaret style setting. Tickets for the show are available at $30 (plus tax) and at $60 (plus tax) for the dinner & show. Bar service is available through the evening. Reservations are required, and can be booked online: www.grange.ca
March 28, 2015
See the Ottawa 67’s take on the Niagara Ice Dogs in Game 2 of the playoffs Saturday, March 28 at 1 p.m. at The Arena at TD Place. Tickets start at just $18 for adults, $13 for kids 12 and under. And don’t forget underground parking is available online in advance of the game for just $8. Ottawa67s.com
March 28, 2015
The Barley Mow Comedy show has world class headliners every Saturday Night in a little pub just south of the Glebe! March 28th, our headliner is Steve Burr - he has performed all over the world, including performing for the troops in Afghanistan and Kuwait! Professional host and headliner, beer and food specials - all for ten bucks! The Barley Mow - Saturday March 28th @ 9:00. 1060 Bank Street, reservations required @ (613) 730-1279 Come have a beer and a laugh at The Mow!
March 28, 2015
STANDING ROOM ONLY March TEA DANCE Final Tea Dance of the 2014/2015 Season (OUR NINTH SEASON!) Almonte Old Town Hall 14 Bridge Street, Almonte, Ontario Sunday, March 29 2015 1:00 - 4:00 PM Doors open at 12:30 PM. Admission is $12 plus $2 Town Hall improvement surcharge or $25 per couple (at the door, cash only, reservations are not required) COME EXPERIENCE THE EXCELLENT DANCE FLOOR, WHICH WAS NEWLY REFINISHED IN 2012. "All the experienced ballroom dancers at the dance thought the new floor was terrific!" - student with Lorna’s Dance Collective For more detailed information and directions, see our Web site at – http://www.sroteadances.org or call (613) 563-7044 Dance studios/clubs – we would appreciate your informing your students/members about this exciting event.
March 29, 2015
The temperature is warming up and it's time to celebrate maple syrup season. Enjoy a sugar-shack-themed brunch at the Museum of Nature that will include some traditional French Canadian dishes among the variety of delicious buffet items. Maple Ham Turkey stuffed with wild rice and Grand Marnier maple sauce; Rustic sausages and baked maple beans; Maple glazed seasonal vegetables; Canadian pea soup; Charcuterie and country pâté platters; Balsamic grilled vegetable platter; Forest mushroom and artichoke salad; Citrus quinoa and bell pepper salad; Omelette station; French crêpes with maple syrup; Maple fondue with fresh fruit; Maple Upside-Down Cake; Maple and sugar pie; Maple fudge; Maple taffy. Adults: $39.99 Senior: (65+) / Students:$37.99. Kids' prices too. Includes general admission to the museum and a 15% gratuity. (Does not include tax, the Arctic Voices special exhibition or 3D movies). Reservations: Joel.Frappier@compass-canada.com 613.232.6976 (or at admission desk on Mar. 29). Address: 240 McLeod Street, Ottawa
March 29, 2015
Try GlowSport for the first time! We at GlowSport have taken sports to the next level by turning off the lights and creating a UV oasis for people to enjoy the things they already love doing. Our latest creation, Glow With The Flow Yoga, will be featured Sundays at 11:15am - 12:15pm. At all sessions we provide UV body paint to enhance the workout! Please bring your own mat and necessities for the session. We are proud to have the energetic Roseline Mouana as our instructor for the weekly sessions teaching her version of hatha and yin yoga under the glow. ALL DETAILS AND REGISTRATION @ www.GlowSport.ca
March 29, 2015
On Monday, March 30th, from 12:30-2:00 pm, join Aga Khan Foundation Canada for a “Lunch and Learn” featuring Ms. Soo-Hyang Choi, Director, Division for Teaching, Learning and Content, of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the lead international organization on global citizenship education. Ms. Choi will talk about why global citizenship is in the limelight, what is working, what isn't, and how to move the agenda forward. She will be interested to hear about your experiences as a global citizen. A light lunch will be served. The event is free but registration is required at: http://www.akfc.ca/en/events/item/144-education-global-citizenship/144-education-global-citizenship
March 30, 2015

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
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
2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. As Canadians across the nation reflect on the war to end all wars, the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum will showcase one of the conflict’s forgotten stories — the War’s horses and the veterinarians of the Canadian Army Veterinary Corps who cared for them. Life for horses in the War was hard. They often lived outdoors, subject to the elements in dirty, wet environments. At times, water and food were scarce. Fear and stress were high, and not only were horses threatened by shellfire, but disease was rampant. With artifacts from the C.A.V. Barker Museum of Canadian Veterinary History, this exhibition explores how the Canadian Army Veterinary Corps worked to prevent and treat disease and injury among horses used during the First World War.
August 04 - March 31, 2015
Dancing For Fun!Everyone is welcome.No experience necessary. Saturdays 2:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. Fall 2014: Sep.20, Oct.18, Nov.15, Dec.13 Winter 2015: Jan.17, Feb.14, Mar.7, Apr.11, May 9 Heron Community Centre 1480 Heron Rd., Ottawa, ON K1V 6A5 (just east of Alta Vista) Heron Room (3rd Floor, go left at the top of the stairs by the main entrance) $10 per person (Families of 3 or more*: $25) For information, contact: Wendy VanderMeulen at:613-987-2711 or wendyv@sympatico.ca Or Sue Morin 613-277-5535 or Solomon_sue@yahoo.ca Singles welcome: 2 singles = 1 couple! Dress casual. Wear comfortable shoes. Take water with you. *2 Adults and up to 2 Children (ages 10-15)
September 20 - May 09, 2015
The Condors are a family of ice hockey teams for dependent individuals with developmental disabilities. players ages 6 & up of any skating ability are welcome. We have 3 teams: 2 in Kanata and 1 in Gloucester. Player learn to skate, learn hockey skills, and have a lot of fun with new friends! Our season runs from October thru March and includes: practices, games, tournaments, and lots of social events! For more information or to register, please visit our website: www.capitalcitycondors.org and look under "New Player Registration"
October 04 - March 28, 2015
Vernissage: Sun Feb 8th, 2015 — 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Cube Gallery presents the work of Daphne Odjig—a recipient of the Order of Canada, a winner of the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts and at 95 years old, still one of Canada’s most distinguished artists. Odjig’s free-hand, sweeping imagery depicts First Nations culture—past and present—traditions and mythology. Daphne Odjig is a celebrated Canadian artist of international status and acclaim whose free-hand images draw deeply upon her First Nations Odawa-Potawatomi and English heritage. Her earliest artistic influences came from her grandfather Jonas, a stone carver who encouraged her art as a child and frequently told her Potawatomi stories as they sketched side-by-side. In adulthood, she drew deeply upon the work of Picasso as one of her favourite studies. Her art is often characterized as Woodlands Style although is can also be said that her work is not purely Aboriginal, Canadian or European but a distinctive blend of all three.
February 03 - March 29, 2015
What is coaching? It's when you want or need someone to help you change one or more aspects of your personal or professional life such as unhealthy, negative behaviours, and habits that no longer serve you. A coach will listen, act as a sounding board and motivate you in moving forward through life to ultimately reach your full potential. Not certain if coaching is for you? Why not call Christine for a 45-minute complimentary coaching session and see if she's a good fit as a coach for you. Still uncertain? Why not try the HEART & SOUL BEST LIFE coaching kit which includes our unique 5-step S.O.U.L. process that will help you achieve your personal and professional goals. Stop procrastinating and start doing - and create the happiness you deserve. Get your kit today!
February 17 - June 30, 2015
Come and meet with other parents to discover new strategies for making parenting more effective, less stressful and more rewarding – for everyone. Topics include: teen development, effective communication, dealing with conflict, building trust and respect, setting limits…
March 09 - April 30, 2015
Anger is a common experience for parents – no matter how much you love your children. We’ll look at positive ways to express your anger and practical strategies to manage your children’s behaviour.
March 09 - June 15, 2015
Music and Beyond online auction is extended until APRIL 18, 2015 at 11:00 p.m. Hundreds of great items are up: Art, concerts, restaurant gift certificates, musical instruments, vacations, travel, recordings, music lessons, books, antiques and even a car. Watch the auction closely for new items being added and for various closing dates. Don’t miss the opportunity to win amazing items at a very good price.There is something for everyone! Start bidding today at: http://musicandbeyond.ca/festival2015/mb-auctions/. For more info, tel. 613-241-0777, info@musicandbeyond.ca
March 19 - April 18, 2015

Upcoming Events

Meet 12 singles in one night! Hosted by the premier speed dating company; 25Dates.com (as featured on CNN Headline News). This event is for Men and Women ages 25-35. Come out for this fabulous night which includes hors d'oeuvres and your chance to meet up to 12 singles. If you don't get a match, you get to come back for free! 25Dates.com; your chance to find love! Sign up for this and other singles events at: http://www.25dates.com
April 01, 2015
DID YOU KNOW? Canada Revenue Agency allows residents of Ontario to invest directly into Canadian real estate development projects with their existing registered funds (RRSP, TFSA, LIRA, RESP). EXPLORE HOW YOU CAN EARN 8% FIXED RATE OF RETURN PLEASE JOIN US for an information session Thursday April 2nd, 2015 at 6:30pm Ottawa Public Library Rideau Branch Presentation starts at 7:00pm PLEASE BE SURE TO BOOK YOUR PLACE AS SEATING IS LIMITED INFO FOR PARKING: The Ottawa Public Library has 9 parking lot spots which are available on a first-come first-serve basis. The entrance, is accessed via an alley off Rideau St. between the library and Loblaws. On-street parking is free in the evenings and there is paid parking available under Loblaws. In addition, bus routes 7, 12, 14, and 16 stop one block from the library. RSVP: info@scenesoleil.com
April 02, 2015
TRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are expecting their second baby in April 2015. The Monarchist League, Ottawa Branch is hosting an Easter themed Baby Shower, April 2, 2015, 6:30 PM, celebrating Canada's national welcome to the new addition to the Royal Family.Games, prizes, small plates and cash bar included in admission.
April 02, 2015
Looking to connect with other researchers? Seeking ways to grow your network and develop your career? Join us on Thursday April 2 2015 from 13h to 14h30 in downtown Ottawa. We're a community of researchers creating entrepreneurial ways to ply our profession. RSVP required contact Renée Gendron at renee@vitaedynamics.com
April 02, 2015
St. John Passion, one of the great masterworks of Johann Sebastian Bach will be presented at Saint-François-d'Assise Church, 20 Fairmont Ave (corner of Wellington Street West) on Good Friday, April 3, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. This is a free concert. It is offered in the tradition of the great cathedrals and churches of Europe, where every year, Holy Week is the ideal time to hear a choral version of the Passion of Christ. For this concert, the parish will welcome some 75 chorists, from two well-known choirs: the Chœur Classique de l’Outaouais and l’Ensemble Kô from Montreal. Under the direction of Tiphaine Legrand, the baritone Luc Lalonde will join the soloists from l’Ensemble Kô and the choirs will be accompanied by Frédéric Lacroix on the harpsichord, Rick J. Tersteeg on the cello and Gilles Maurice Leclerc, the resident organist at St-François d’Assise church.
April 03, 2015
See the Ottawa 67’s take on the Niagara Ice Dogs in Game 5 of the playoffs Friday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. at The Arena at TD Place. Tickets start at just $18 for adults, $13 for kids 12 and under. And don’t forget underground parking is available online in advance of the game for just $8. Ottawa67s.com *If necessary
April 03, 2015
Event Description: Culture Chic Affair event was designed to promote local businesses in Ottawa that cater to African, Caribbean and major cultures that exist in Canada while also supporting charities to help make the community a better place. We are promoting the event through food, music, fashion and art. Culture Chic Affair promotes local talent in our city by involving models, small business owners such as food vendors, artist, make up artists, hairstylists and fashion designers. Our main goal for this event is to help support and establish new and existing companies by providing them with the recognition that they deserve. Overview: Culture Chic Affair is aimed at promoting local businesses in Ontario, Canada. Our main focus is to be able to promote and provide exposure for local vendors in the industry that cater to all sorts of cultures. One element of the event, will be the fashion show that will showcase clothing designers from Afro/Caribbean cultures from around Ontario. The Audience: You are the audience! We invite all business individuals, students, fashion enthusiasts, local fashion designers, local artist, the media, the Ottawa community to come out and support our local vendors. You will make a difference. Charity: We will be supporting the Nelson House of Ottawa (A group that focuses on ending violence against women). To learn more, please visit: http://www.nelsonhouse.on.ca/ WHAT TO EXPECT: -Fashion show with upcoming local designers (Mostly with African elements) -Entertainment (Local drummers) -Live performance by our local artist Nancita Kapi (www.nancitakapi.com) -Food tasting from our local vendors -Beautiful display of arts that you can purchase - DJ by Tribal Threat -Vendor tables with the ability to purchase items on site Tickets details: VIP- $65.00 - A SWAG bag with goodies! (Discount vouchers to purchase items from your favourite vendors - Up to $200.00 in savings) -A complimentary Glass of Wine-Free ticket to the VIP After party Regular Tickets- $45.00 At the Door- $55.00
April 04, 2015
Billings Estate National Historic Site Saturday, April 4 from 10 am to 4 pm “Egg jarping”? What in the world is that?!? Discover what it is, and more, as we explore Easter traditions from around the world! There’ll be traditional North American Easter activities, including an Easter egg hunt, lots of candy, and a visit from the Easter Bunny! Make fun, lasting memories with the whole family as you participate in our hands-on activities such as: egg-rolling races, egg dyeing, perfume making, water balloon tosses, and, of course, egg jarping. Cost: $6/person, $10/pair, $16/family 613-247-4830 museums@ottawa.ca
April 04, 2015
Cumberland Heritage Village Museum Saturday, April 4 from 10 am to 4 pm Have you met our very own Easter Bunny? Curious Cottontail comes out of hiding once a year to help our young friends find their Easter eggs tucked away in the most unexpected places. Have fun while exploring the history of rural agriculture at our large petting zoo (with bunnies, cows, donkeys, and more!). Then, learn to make all-natural dyes and become skilled at dyeing eggs. Cost: $7/person, $5/students and seniors, $18/family 613-833-3059 museums@ottawa.ca
April 04, 2015
Fairfields Heritage House Saturday, April 4 from 10 am to 2 pm Join us for an EGG-citing Easter hunt and meet the Easter bunny! Hop on into Fairfields to learn about Victorian family Easter traditions. You’ll experiment with making all-natural dyes, dyeing eggs, and paper basket weaving. It’s sure to be a sp’EGG’tacular time for the whole family! Cost: $6/person, $10/pair, $16/family 613-726-2652 museums@ottawa.ca
April 04, 2015
Nepean Museum Saturday, April 4 from 1 pm to 4 pm Take part in our family-friendly Easter scavenger hunt! You’ll explore the museum while solving clues about Easter traditions in Nepean! Be sure to take part in making an egg-cellent craft. Cost: by donation 613-580-9638 museums@ottawa.ca
April 04, 2015
Pinhey’s Point Historic Site Saturday, April 4 from 10 am to 4 pm Celebrate Spring and Easter with us at Pinhey’s! The Horaceville Hop includes a petting zoo with adorable baby animals, our annual egg hunt, and, of course, a visit with the Easter Bunny. We’re also excited to start planting our beautiful gardens and we need your help starting seeds. We’ll even place a special tag on your seeds so you can come back and see how your plant has grown. Make sure to decorate your own pot and plant your own seeds to take home! Cost: $6/person, $10/pair, $16/family 613-832-4347 museums@ottawa.ca
April 04, 2015
IFCO presents brand new Super 8 and 16mm short films from Ottawa based film artists, at the Arts Court Theatre (#2 Daly Avenue). From experimental documentaries - Arcane Veritas, to exciting dramatic narratives - The Unorthodox Defense; I’M A FILMMAKA will give the audience a dynamic film viewing experience! So, if you’re a local, or just visiting for the holiday long weekend, and looking for something interesting to do; take a break, and come join IFCO and its filmmakers at our - I’M A FILMMAKA screening. There’ll be some eats and bites provided by The Downtown Rideau Business Improvement Area (DRBIA). Tickets are $12, and are now on sale at IFCO (Suite #140 – #2 Daly Avenue). Call 613.569.1789 to purchase.
April 04, 2015
See the Ottawa 67’s take on the Niagara IceDogs in Game 7 of the playoffs Tuesday, April 7 at 7 p.m. at The Arena at TD Place. Tickets start at just $18 for adults, $13 for kids 12 and under. And don’t forget underground parking is available online in advance of the game for just $8. Ottawa67s.com
April 07, 2015
Tues, Apr 7, 5 PM @ The Aulde Dubliner, 62 William St As the constitutional challenge to the 2012 refugee health care cuts makes its way to the Federal Court of Appeal this spring, we invite you to come hear from the experts and join the conversation at this Café Scientifique, “Taking it to Court: Refugee Health Care & the Law”. Light snacks and soft drinks will be provided; cash bar available. RSVP to refugeehub@uottawa.ca This event is presented by the University of Ottawa’s: Refugee Hub; Centre for Health Law, Ethics & Policy; and Human Rights Research and Education Centre
April 07, 2015
Meet 12 singles in one night! Hosted by the premier speed dating company; 25Dates.com (as featured on CNN Headline News). This event is for Men ages 35-45 and Women ages 30-40. Come out for this fabulous night which includes hors d'oeuvres and your chance to meet up to 12 singles. If you don't get a match, you get to come back for free! 25Dates.com; your chance to find love! Sign up for this and other singles events at: http://www.25dates.com
April 08, 2015
 
 
This April 10th-12th marks the 2nd Annual Capital Burlesque Expo. Join us as we celebrate the best in Burlesque and Vaudeville with over 60 local and international performers over three days in 3 great Ottawa venues. Friday Night Kickoff at Fatboy's Southern Smokehouse Saturday Night Gala at Barrymore's Music Hall Sunday Brunch at Maxwell's Bistro
April 10 -  12, 2015
Looking for the ultimate girl’s day out? Come to The National Women’s Show, a fantastic day filled with fashion, food and fun. With over 250 exhibits offering the best and the largest selection of products and services there is something for every woman! For more information, visit www.nationalwomenshow.com.
April 11 -  12, 2015
The DCB Committee would like to cordially invite you to Sparkle The 1st Annual Dental Charity Ball in the National Capital Region. On Saturday April 11, 2015 , Sparkle will take place in a spectacular and internationally renowned setting; a venue housing the world’s largest indoor collection of totem poles. The Grand Hall & River View Salon within The Museum of History will be the inception of this charitable event. We encourage you to invite your colleagues, friends and family and take advantage of our limited supply of Early-bird tickets! Sincerely, The DCB Committee Contact Us: sparkle@dentalcharityball.ca Sparkle Together www.dentalcharityball.ca | Limited Tickets Available Online
April 11, 2015
Keep your old electronics out of landfill! Bring them to our event & we'll make sure they're recycled or disposed of responsibly. Saturday, April 11, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. St. Mark Catholic HS, 1040 Dozois Road, corner of Mitch Owens & Dozois/Limebank Drive Up. Drop Off. Rain or Shine. For more info visit: http://mrh.ocsb.ca
April 11, 2015
SPRING RUMMAGE SALE on Sat. April 11th from 10:00 to 1:00 at St. Andrew's Church, 82 Kent St., Ottawa. Clothing, books, household items, surprises, low prices. Church office, tel. 613-232-9042.
April 11, 2015
This program is a call to action directed at youth between the ages of 14-18 with the goal of increasing volunteerism. This program runs from April 12-May 24. Dozens of organizations will send us their events and volunteer need and we post them on our website allowing students to uniquely choose what interests them. All hours raised are tallied up and reported. This year we are hoping to surpass last year's totals of 7000 participants and over 30,000 hours raised. All participants will receive a Change the World certificate with their volunteer hours recorded. Depending on how many hours an individual raises they have a chance to win some incentive prizes.
April 12 - May 24, 2015
"Learning a New Jazz Tune in Your Personal Style" is a comprehensive, hands-on workshop with jazz vocalist Sharada Banman from Montreal. Learn how to build a repertoire of tunes suited to you and practice singing with accompanist Mark Ferguson on piano. Workshop will be held at the Bluesfest School of Music & Art at 450 Churchill Ave N from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. Regular fee is $135 and $105 for full-time students. Please visit our website at www.jazzworkscanada.com for a detailed curriculum of the workshop. For further information, please contact us at jazz@jazzworkscanada.com or 613-523-0316.
April 12, 2015
Sunday, April 12, 2015 from 6-7:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 140 Laurier Ave W, Ottawa, K1P 5J4 Powerful pieces from the flute and piano repertoire presented by London-based flutist Lindsay Bryden and acclaimed pianist Jean Desmarais, including works by Taffanel, Schocker, Donizetti, Boulez, Roussel and Dove. The recital will take place in the lovely acoustics of First Baptist Church, corner of Laurier Ave W and Elgin Street. Admission is free; goodwill offering appreciated. For more information see www.lindsaybryden.com
April 12, 2015
Anxiety Prevention Program for children 7-9yrs old with mild to moderate anxiety This 9 week program has proven to be effective in building emotional resilience and teaching strategies that are practical and useful for coping with times of worry and change. It's fun too!
April 15 - June 17, 2015
James Raffan is a prolific writer, speaker, geographer and renowned canoeist. He is currently the Executive Director of The Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough, Ontario. For 19 years Raffan was also a Professor of Outdoor & Experiential Education at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Join James as he shares stories from his new book, Circling the Midnight Sun: Culture and Change in the Invisible Arctic, a warm-hearted and engaging portrait of the circumpolar world, but also a deeply affecting story of societies and landscapes in the throes of enormous change. Wednesday, April 15 at 7 p.m. Canada Aviation and Space Museum 11 Aviation Parkway, Ottawa Tickets are $15 and are available at rcgs.org/speaker
April 15, 2015
Join Ottawa’s movers and shakers on April 16th as we celebrate the 170th Anniversary of Bruyère Continuing Care with Broadway’s smash hit Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage. At this magical benefit evening, stars will shine in the sky and on the stage. You and your guests will be dazzled by this unprecedented live experience, exploding with heart-pounding music, and sensational dancing while supporting Ottawa’s first and oldest hospital. When someone you love needs care, Bruyère is there. Proceeds from this exclusive event go directly towards the care of patients and families across all five Bruyère sites and Bruyère Research Institute. For information on ticket packages and to purchase tickets visit bruyere.org/broadway
April 16, 2015
IODE Walter Baker Chapter will meet April 16th at 1 pm at 229 Colonnade Road South. Women of all ages are invited to attend and discover ways to help in their community. For more information please contact Alia at 613-864-6779.
April 16, 2015
ORIGINALS - THE SPRING CRAFT SALE is the “in” trend for shopping this Spring! And it’s not your ordinary shopping experience! With over 180 artisans from across the country, all under one roof, there’s no telling what unique Canadian hand made product you might find!For 4 days only, the EY Centre will be transformed into your own personal “shopping mall” of specialty boutiques. It’s the perfect place to find one of a kind items made right here in Canada. From original home & garden décor, nature body care products, stunning fashion, unique handcrafted jewellery and delicious gourmet treats, you’re sure to find something you’ll love! Shop for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, birthdays & anniversaries or treat yourself to something new.
April 16 -  19, 2015
Date: Thursday, April 16th 2015 Venue: The career Fair will be held at The Brookstreet Hotel in Kanata North Address: 525 Legget Dr, Ottawa, ON K2K 2W2 There will be two time slots available: Session 1 (Open to New & Recent University or College Graduates) will be 1pm – 3pm Session 2 (Open to the general public) will be 4pm – 7pm The event is free to attend for both professionals and students and there will be more than 20 + employers in attendance. You won’t want to miss this excellent opportunity to get in front of the high tech employers of the popular Kanata North business community. Employers/Companies who wish to participate can register on the website at: www.kanatanorthbia.ca Note: JOB SEEKERS MUST PRE-REGISTER ON THE EVENT PAGE TO ATTEND.
April 16, 2015
Barbara Lewis brings her acclaimed concert, “Passionate Heart” to Ottawa’s intimate Richcraft Hall at Shenkman Arts Centre on Friday, April 17 at 7:30 PM. Join us on this magical evening to hear noted Canadian songstress Barbara Lewis lend her incomparable vocal artistry to some of the best-loved songs of Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Sting, Michel Legrand and many others. Her uniquely personal musical tribute, “Passionate Heart”, is an ode to the music that has quickened our heartbeats and given us our finest memories. Visit www.barbaralewis.com for more information. Purchase tickets online at Shenkmanarts.ca or call: 613-580-2700 • Toll Free: 866-752-5231 Regular price: 22.50 in adavance/ 27.50 at the door Seniors (65+): 17.50 in advance/ $20.00 at the door
April 17, 2015
The Ottawa Orchid Society's 34th annual orchid show takes place on April 18 & 19, 2015 and will feature over 600 blooming orchids in stunning, colourful orchid displays, an art gallery of local orchid paintings, photographs and crafts, and more than 25 orchid vendors selling outstanding orchid plants and orchid supplies. Members of the Society will offer tours of the exhibits and expert advice on growing orchids. Saturday April 18: noon to 5:00 pm and Sunday, April 19: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.Nepean Sportsplex, 1701 Woodroffe Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, K2J 2H9. General admission: $12, Seniors (60+) and Children (8-12) $10.Photographers with tripods welcome Sunday 9-11am.For more information visit our website at www.ottawaorchidsociety.com.
April 18 -  19, 2015
See the Ottawa Fury FC take on the Minnesota United FC Saturday, April 18 at 3 p.m. at TD Place. Tickets start at just $17 for adults and youth 12 and under. OttawaFuryFC.com Voyez le Fury FC d’Ottawa affronter le Minnesota United FC le samedi 18 avril à 15 h à la Place TD. Les billets sont en vente à partir de 17 $ pour adultes et jeunes 12 ans et moins. OttawaFuryFC.com
April 18, 2015
The Archives of Ontario is a major resource for Ontario genealogy. An outreach officer from the Archives will provide a comprehensive tour of the website and discuss how to use the website & Microfilm Interloan Service to access Archives collections from a distance. An essential session whether you are a seasoned genealogist or just starting to explore your family tree. Free, but please register online at www.BiblioOttawaLibrary.ca/program or phone 613-580-2940
April 18, 2015
The Archives of Ontario is a major resource for Ontario genealogy. An outreach officer from the Archives will provide a comprehensive tour of the website and discuss how to use the website & Microfilm Interloan Service to access Archives collections from a distance. An essential session whether you are a seasoned genealogist or just starting to explore your family tree. Main Branch, Ottawa Public Library, 120 Metcalfe St., April 18, 10:30 a.m. Free, but please register online at www.BiblioOttawaLibrary.ca/program or phone 613-580-2940
April 18, 2015
The Ottawa Vintage Clothing Show, means you can shop like its 1969! Canada’s largest sale of vintage clothing is one adrenalin filled day of one-of-a-kind fashion shopping. Vintage and retro clothing, accessories, jewellery, vintage Chanel handbags, designer resale and more! Sunday April 19, 2015 10am-5pm. Shaw Centre (Ottawa Convention Centre), 55 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa Ontario, K1N 9J2 Admission $10 Discount pass at: www.ottawavintageclothingshow.ca
April 19, 2015
See the Ottawa Fury FC take on FC Edmonton Wednesday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. at TD Place. Tickets start at just $17 for adults and youth 12 and under. OttawaFuryFC.com Voyez le Fury FC d’Ottawa affronter FC Edmonton le mercredi 22 avril à 19 h 30 à la Place TD. Les billets sont en vente à partir de 17 $ pour adultes et jeunes 12 ans et moins. OttawaFuryFC.com
April 22, 2015
Nita Strauss, guitarist currently on tour with Alice Cooper will be giving a guitar clinic at Fleet Pro Sound & Lighting followed by a meet & greet. The evening is sponsored by Ibanez, be sure to get your tickets fast as space is limited. Tickets can be purchased on line at https://fleetsound.com/nita-strauss-guitar-clinic-at-fleet.html or in the store. TICKETS $15.00 - can be purchased ONLINE or IN STORE Doors open at 6pm, the clinic will start at 7pm followed by a meet and greet at 8pm.
April 22, 2015
The fourth annual Grassroots will take place April 23-26, 2015 on three floors of the Royal Canadian Legion, Montgomery Branch,330 Kent Street, K2P 2A6, in downtown Ottawa. The Ottawa Grassroots Festival is a family-friendly gathering of folk music, dance and spoken word. Grassroots is a unique experience, accessible and indoors with FREE daytime activities designed to appeal to all ages, featuring workshops, sing-along, special kids’ activities, an instrument petting zoo, jam sessions, a Festival Choir, folk dancing, instrument building and much more. Evening performances will be ticketed. Follow the latest line-up and performer news on the OGF website, Facebook and Twitter.” It’s called Grassroots because it is! This not-for-profit organization is run entirely by volunteers. More info: http://ottawagrassrootsfestival.com Follow us on Face Book www.facebook.com/pages/Ottawa-Grassroots-Festival/210912422324113
April 23 -  26, 2015
From Toronto to Ottawa we going Full Circle celebrating the debut project Infinite Edges Dynamic aka Ya Favourite Lightskin & KingsCollege will be in attendance repping Ottawa & doing what they do best so make sure you mark your calendar & tell a friend cause we'll show you how The Home Invasion Show on CKCUfm kick it HOME INVASION ON THE RISE!!!! (18+ Event ID Required)
April 23, 2015
Coming this Spring to Lansdowne Park Ottawa- THE BEVERAGE SHOW! The craft cocktail renaissance is alive and growing. The beverage industry has been busting into a mix of renaissance and new-world mixed cocktails. Come and join today’s aficionados that are looking for that new experience when enjoying a beverage at their favorite bars, restaurants, or when they are creating them at home. Be it your national brands that consumers know or that special new taste of summer that you’ve never imagined, THE BEVERAGE SHOW is the opportunity for discovery in Ottawa on Friday, April 24, 2015 – 4pm to 10pm and Saturday, April 25, 2015 – 1pm to 10pm. THE BEVERAGE SHOW will showcase new and unique tastes of summer – from specialty cocktails, coolers, beers and other adult beverages. For further information and updates please go to; http://knowledgeableconsumption.ca/
April 24 -  25, 2015
HWF brings hope and gently used furniture to families in need... Support us by attending: Helping With Furniture (HWF) Annual Fundraising Gala Friday, April 24th, 6:00 p.m. at St. Elias Banquet Hall 750 Ridgewood Avenue, Ottawa Free cocktail for every guest. Silent auction for all tastes and budgets. Wow, over 80 items! Mouth-watering 4-course gourmet dinner Entertainment Fun, relaxed atmosphere $60 per person - purchase tickets via Paypal for yourself or sponsor a family to attend. Or Donate (charitable receipt) via Internet transfer, cheque or cash. For more details on HWF: http://www.hwfottawa.org or call 613-612-6228 Heartfelt thanks for all your support! Nathalie Maoine a.k.a. The Deliverer of HWF Click to see her in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJaIEczM_M0
April 24, 2015
The Beverage Show, April 24-25 2015 Aberdeen Pavilion Lansdowne Park Ottawa’s premier beverage production team has brought you yet again another exciting beverage sampling opportunity. Come by and join us, sample some of those innovative exciting Taste of Summer 2015. We'll have a large selection of spirits, coolers, craft beers, import beers, domestic beers, wines, coffee and much more. Learn how to make cocktails for your summer parties using bourbons, vodkas, rum and tequila. Sample fine Scotches and Bourbons and other whiskeys. Meet the brewmaster from craft breweries from Ottawa and throughout Ontario. Come and spend a couple of hours with us and try some of summers newest cocktails, craft beers, coolers, wines and other varieties of ready to drink beverages. Philip Dangerfield, Executive Producer The Beverage Show Ottawa Craft Beer Festival Whiskey Ottawa 613.552.1947 Cell 877.722.4140 ext.221 Office
April 24 -  25, 2015
See the Ottawa Fury FC take on the Fort Lauderdale Strikers Saturday, April 25 at 3 p.m. at TD Place. Tickets start at just $17 for adults and youth 12 and under. OttawaFuryFC.com
April 25, 2015


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