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Nepean Museum 16 Rowley Avenue Nepean, ON K2G 1L9 613-580-9638 museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/nepeanmuseum www.ottawa.ca/museums www.facebook.com/nepeanmuseum https://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/nepean-museum Father’s Day Builders Sunday, June 16 from 10 am to 4 pm Cost: $17.50 per family (2 adults + children) or $6.75 per person Work together as a family to complete three different building challenges! First build a modern structure, then give constructing an early settler log home a try, and finally explore the themes in our latest exhibition, Water: A Journey to the Source, by engineering a pipe line. Explore tools, building materials, and more! Snacks will be available for cash purchase. This is a drop-in style program. No registration is required.
June 16, 2019
Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site Father's Day Challenge - Interactive experience with Live History Sunday, June 16 from 10 am to 4 pm Cost: $6.75 per person Recommended for ages 16+ Travel back in time to the era of the March Township Gentry and interact with costumed actors to complete a series of challenges before time runs out and you alter the course of history. Will your group be able to complete the challenge in time and save the day? Live History (link is external) is Governor General’s Award nominated theatre group that specializes in bringing local history to life. *The experience takes approximately 60 minutes to complete and will run at regular intervals throughout the day. Final admission is at 3 pm.
June 16, 2019
Billings Estate National Historic Site 2100 Cabot Street Ottawa, Ontario K1H 6K1 613-580-2088 Fax: 613-247-4832 museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums www.facebook.com/billingsestate www.ottawa.ca/billingsestate Email: museums@ottawa.ca https://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/billings-estate-national-historic-site Vintage Car Show Sunday, June 16 from 10 am to 4 pm Cost: $17.50 per family (2 adults + children) or $6.75 per person Antique car owners are invited to display and share stories about their vehicles. Cast your vote for the fan favourite car! The Billings’ 1959 Cadillac Sedan de Ville will also be available to view. In addition to the vintage cars, visitors can enjoy a tour of the museum, check out the icehouse, and explore the cemetery. Families with younger children can participate in an interactive scavenger hunt for added fun. Cash barbecue available. Live music by the Grumpy Old Men band (11 am to 2 pm).
June 16, 2019
Cumberland Heritage Village Museum 2940 Old Montreal Road Cumberland, ON K4C 1G3 613-833-3059 221 museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums www.ottawa.ca/cumberlandmuseum www.facebook.com/cumberlandmuseum Father's Day Heritage Workshops Sunday, June 16 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm Treat the father figure in your life to a unique museum experience with a heritage-inspired workshop. Workshop themes include woodworking, letterpress printing, gardening, and acrylic painting. Bring the whole family to the museum and enjoy fun and games on the grounds while Dad learns the ins and outs of his new trade.Registration required use barcode to register using Service Ottawa’s online registration system.deadline June 7 All that is fit to print letterpress printing Age: 18 and up Cost: $50 per person Barcode: 1510744 Woodworking Age: 18 and up Cost: $50 per person Barcode: 1510743 Gardening in small spaces Age: 18 and up Cost: $50 per person Barcode: 1510745 Acrylic Painting Age: 18 and up Cost: $50 per person Barcode: 1510746
June 16, 2019
 
 
At 7pm on June 16, author and theologian Michael Dowd will be speaking at St. Matthew’s Anglican Church in the Glebe about how to live an engaged and fulfilling life in an environment beset by disruption and decline. How can we deal with climate change, as individuals, when all else has failed to stop it? Admission is free, but donations welcome. Rev. Dowd is bestselling eco-theologian and pro-science evangelist whose work has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek and Discover magazine. Rev Dowd will also be speaking at St. Matthews during the regular Sunday service at 10:00 am.
June 16, 2019
Bloomsday's, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM We are having a lovely Afternoon Tea at Saint Brigid's Centre on June 16th to celebrate Bloomsday and we would like for you to join us. Never heard of Boomsday? Bloomsday is like a soap opera, it deals with sex, drink, adultery, life, and death. Join Leopold Bloom as he experiences all of life in one day! If you’ve never heard of James Joyce or don’t know much about Irish literature, Bloomsday at Saint Brigid's is a fun crash-course in both. You’ll get to find out about Ireland’s most famous banned book and its author through performances, readings and song. Plus, you will be able to legitimately say you learned something. Wear your best Edwardian dress up. A hat, long dress, high collard blouse or an old evening gown for ladies. For the gents three-piece suit or and bow tie, gloves, bowler or straw hat. Prizes for the best dressed Lady and Gent. ADVANCED Tickets: $20 https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/bloomsday-tickets
June 16, 2019

Ongoing Events

Join us for our Grand Opening! "Unwind. Relax. Breathe" Touch Therapy Spa is a brand new luxurious spa conveniently located in the downtown core. We are committed to excellence and exceeding client care. The spa provides exceptional standards of the ultimate relaxation experience. Services- We will make your experience the best it can be : Massage therapy: Therapeutic Hot stone Deep tissue Trigger point Sport injury Relaxation Address 133 besserer 6135628266
October 13 -  15, 2020
“A Noteworthy Woman,” an exhibition that explores the imagery on our new vertical $10 bill, featuring human rights inspiration Viola Desmond. This exhibition puts a spotlight on the life and work of this remarkable trail-blazer—the first Canadian woman to appear on a regular bank note. Drop in for a visit or take a tour this summer. FREE. Open daily, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Bank of Canada Museum 30 Bank Street, Ottawa, ON K1A 0G9 T: 613-782-8914 museum-musee@bankofcanada.ca @BoCMuseum
May 12 - September 02, 2019
For ONLY $5 get a piece of pizza or hot dog and a drink plus 2.5 hrs of awesome live music. Music performed by musicians of all ages and genres it's family friendly and a dry event - NO alcohol is served. Hosted by Capitol City Briker's Church all welcome with or without a bike! Every Saturday - 155 Carillon St, Ottawa 8pm - 10:30pm.
May 18 -  28, 2022
54 shows, over 10 days, in 9 venues in Downtown Ottawa. I want to be there. An open-access festival where 100% of ticket sales go to the artists. Nobody curates the Ottawa Fringe Festival. Ottawa Fringe rents the venues and programs the festival by lottery. Every show is independently produced and more artists get into the program by submitting a Bring Your Own Venue show (BYOV). → Since 1997, the Ottawa Fringe Festival has returned more than $1.8 million to independent artists. Join us for PREVIEW NIGHT on June 12th, from 7-9PM where you can get a sneak peak at the shows in this year's festival.
June 13 -  23, 2019

Upcoming Events

Experience the rich Indigenous culture of the National Capital Region and celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day! This family-oriented, multi-disciplinary arts festival attracts over 40,000 visitors a year. With the full participation of First Nations, Métis and Inuit artists, the diversity of cultures is reflected in all elements of the event. Enjoy stage performances, live music, theatre and dance; interactive arts and crafts; indigenous culinary experiences; Pow Wow; cultural workshops; Indigenous art, food & fashion marketplace; community celebrations and unlimited FREE family fun. More Information & Updates: https://www.ottawasummersolstice.ca/ (613) 564-9494 info@ottawasummersolstice.ca @OttawaSolstice Facebook.com/OttawaSolstice
June 20 -  23, 2019
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 28-43. 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: https://www.25dates.com/speed_dating/kinki-10728/na
June 20, 2019
What began as a weekend of outdoor jazz in Major’s Hill Park (1980) has evolved into one of the National Capital’s most highly anticipated musical events of the summer. The 39th TD Ottawa Jazz Festival is sure to wow, attracting hundreds of thousands to hear some of the world’s most renowned musicians. Lineup: Chicago, Norah Jones, The Roots, Dj Set by Quest Love, Judith Hill, Melissa Aldana, Hayden Chisolm Trio, Brad Mehldau Quintet, Audrey Ochoa Trio, paris_monster, Cyrille Aimee: A Sondheim Adventure, Only A Visitor, Terri Lyne Carrington and Social Science, DakhaBrakha, Oleg Butman & Natalia Smirnova Trio, Donny McCaslin, The Shuffle Demons, Omara Portuondo + NACO, Cha Wa, Cecile McLorin Salvant, Laila Biali, Lee Fields & The Expressions.
June 21 - July 01, 2019
Fairfields Heritage House 3080 Richmond Road Nepean, ON K2B 7J5 613-726-2652 museums@ottawa.ca http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/fairfields-heritage-house www.facebook.com/nepeanmuseum Rustic Wood Sign Workshop Saturday, June 22 from 12 pm to 4 pm Ages: 16 and up Cost: $70 Paint and personalize a pre-built rustic wooden sign with a design inspired by the Bell family’s dairy farming history. Cathy from Out of the Woods Design (link is external) will lead this workshop. Note: All supplies are included in the cost of registration. Participants in this workshop will enjoy a tour of Fairfields Heritage House and light refreshments will be served. It is recommended that participants bring a water bottle. Barcode: 1477952 The registration deadline is Friday, June 14. A minimum of 3 participants is required for the session to run.
June 22, 2019
Yard Sale, Strawberry Social, BBQ, Book Sale, Bake Sale and Live Entertainment! St. James Anglican Church (Bank @ Leitrim) 9am - 3pm
June 22, 2019
Saturday June 22 - 10AM-2PM @ 100 Tallwood Drive, Ottawa, ON K2G 4R7 (James Bartleman Centre) The Friends of the Ottawa Public Library Association (FOPLA) invite you to their monthly Mammoth Used Book Sale! Hundreds of used books, cds, dvds and vinyls for sale at unbeatable prices, including as low as for $1. Browse a variety of genres including Fiction, Non-Fiction, Lifestyle, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Biography, Children's and more. This month, sales galore of cd's and dvd's. Proceeds benefit the Ottawa Public Library.
June 22, 2019
SPRING SOCIAL - SILENT AUCTION Sat., June 22, 2019 Aylmer United Church, 164 rue Principale, Aylmer, QC Dinner and auction viewing from 5 p.m. MENU: Ham, salads, desserts, beverage. Auction closes at 7 p.m. General admission $14 Children 8 and under $6 Reserve a ticket call 819-684-5345 or email auc.church.office@gmail.com
June 22, 2019
Seed to Savour Saturday June 22 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Learn what produce was grown during early years at Horaceville, get hands-on in the heritage garden, and observe traditional methods of preparing and preserving food with a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). June 22 – Strawberries Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
June 22, 2019
Billings Estate National Historic Site 2100 Cabot Street Ottawa, Ontario K1H 6K1 613-580-2088 Fax: 613-247-4832 www.ottawa.ca/museums www.facebook.com/billingsestate www.ottawa.ca/billingsestate Email: museums@ottawa.ca Tune Up and Roll Out (Bicycle Workshop) Sunday, June 23 from 10 am to 12 pm Age: 15 and up Cost: $20 per person (registration is required) Learn the ins and outs of DIY bicycle repair from a knowledgeable instructor and make sure your ride is in top condition for the summer season. Connect with the history of personal transportation in early Gloucester Township and see one of the museum’s most unique artefacts – a homemade wooden bicycle (c. 1898). Head out on an adventure as you use the provided map to explore Billings family history on a self-guided tour of the local community. Participants are encouraged to bring their own bicycle to take full advantage of this workshop. Barcode: 1469632 deadline Friday, June 8. register using Service Ottawa’s online registration system.
June 23, 2019
Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind presents their annual Nine & Dine Golf Fun Day & Lobster Dinner on Sunday, June 23, 2019 at The Meadows Golf & Country Club, 4335 Hawthorne Road, Ottawa. The day features nine holes of golf starting at 2:00pm, followed by a full lobster dinner and silent auction, plus all the usual contests and fun of a charity tournament. 100% of the proceeds are directed towards the training of guide dogs for the blind. Experienced golfers are welcome, but this meant as a fun day of golf, so new or inexperienced players are encouraged to sign up. Cost is $105 per player or $420 per foursome. You can also enter a corporate team at a reduced rate. Golf is great, but many come for the lobster. Chicken and vegetarian options are also available. For more information or to sign up contact Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind at (613) 692-7777 or email events@guidedogs.ca. To learn more about this event or Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind, visit www.guidedogs.ca or phone (613) 692-7777.
June 23, 2019
Pinhey’s Past-Times Sunday June 23 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Enhance your museum experience with a natural science or social history demonstration. Visiting experts will be sharing their knowledge on a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). June 23 – Wildlife Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
June 23, 2019
Yamo! Yamo! means “Hello! How are You?” In Baoulé, one of the 63 languages spoken in Côte d’Ivoire. Join Fana Soro, master musician and hereditary dancer of the Senoufo people, as he shares the traditional music of West Africa. The music features the balafon, a traditional West African xylophone, the djembe, a hand drum, and other traditional instruments. Great for all ages. Registration preferred but drop-ins welcome. Free presentation. Ottawa Public Library, Sunnyside branch. 6:30 - 7:30 pm
June 24, 2019
Join Canadian Geographic Education for Map Mondays, where you can walk across Canada in moments and learn more than you can imagine on one of our famous Giant Floor Maps! Map Mondays will be held at 50 Sussex Drive, the headquarters of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Monday, June 24 from 11:30-1pm. Indigenous Peoples Atlas Of Canada (IPAC) This groundbreaking map was created in partnership with Indigenous educators and organizations to tell the story of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. The map does not show provincial or international borders, but rather the traditional territories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples and the distribution of Indigenous languages spoken in Canada today, including Inuktut, Mohawk, Cree, Coast Salish, Dene, and Mi’kmaq. Indigenous communities, reserves, and residential schools are also marked on the map, providing insights into the impacts of colonialism — in particular, the residential school system — on Indigenous peoples.
June 24, 2019
Negroni Week is back, celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Negroni’s creation. Negroni Week is a week-long charitable initiative taking place across Canada from June 24 to June 30. that brings bars, restaurants and cocktail fans together through the popular Negroni cocktail. A portion of proceeds from every Negroni purchased at participating venues will go to charity. Since 2013, Negroni Week has raised over $2 million! Negroni lovers can go to www.negroniweek.com to check out participating venues in Ottawa. #NegroniWeek #N100
June 24 -  30, 2019
Join us June 25th in a leafy Rockcliffe garden for a summer evening of entertainment on the theme “The Music of our Lives.” This annual garden party and storytelling evening enchants guests with stories, music, laughter, door prizes, hors d’oeuvres and desserts – all for just $25. The evening is a fundraiser for the Stephen Lewis Foundation Grandmothers Campaign and grandmothers in Africa who are raising 15 million children orphaned by AIDS. Our storytellers and musicians this year are Kim Kilpatrick and Susan Sweeney Hermon (from the Ottawa StoryTellers), Ilse Turnsen (a Wakefield Granny recently returned from a visit with grandmothers in South Africa), and Stephen Richer (a professor of protest music). The Acacia Lyra Harp Duo, consisting of Susan Sweeney Hermon and Janine Dudding, will add an angelic instrumental touch to the evening. Where: 90 Park, Rockcliffe, Ottawa. Get your tickets from vswinton2@icloud.com or Eventbrite. Rain date: June 26. Organized by One World Grannies.
June 25, 2019
Billings Estate National Historic Site 2100 Cabot Street Ottawa, Ontario K1H 6K1 613-580-2088 museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums www.facebook.com/billingsestate Preschool Play Dates Fridays: July 5, July 12, July 19, July 26 from 10 am to 11 am Age: 3 to Cost: $6.65 per child registration required Enjoy a morning of discovery with your preschooler and explore different themes in local history through play and hands-on activities at the museum. Note: A parent or guardian must be present during this program. Portions of this program may take place outdoors. We recommend that parents have weather-appropriate attire on hand. July 5 – Wood Barcode: 1481707. Registration deadline is June 28. July 12 – Water Barcode: 1481711. Registration deadline is July 5. July 19 – Earth Barcode: 1481713. Registration deadline is July 12. July 26 – Stone Barcode: 1481714. Registration deadline is July 26.
June 28 - July 26, 2019
The most anticipated boat party on the Ottawa River is here to celebrate summer! Jump onboard the SOCA BOAT and experience your Canada Day long weekend like never before. Feel the rhythm and sensation of the tropical music on a Saturday night filled with sheer excitement while sailing through the Nation’s Capital after dark.
June 29, 2019
Visit the Ontario Turkey trailer at Loblaws on St Laurent Blvd in Ottawa from 12-4PM for free samples, recipe booklets, and photo fun with our mascot. Don't forget to snap and share a pic on social media with #TurkeyONTour for your chance to win a $50 prize!
June 29, 2019
Seed to Savour Saturday June 29 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Learn what produce was grown during early years at Horaceville, get hands-on in the heritage garden, and observe traditional methods of preparing and preserving food with a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). June 29 – Peas Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
June 29, 2019
The 2019 Freihofer’s Saratoga two-day Jazz Festival features an extraordinary roster of twenty-two musical groups, highlighted by the festival debut of Grammy® award winning artist Norah Jones, and the return of jazz legend George Benson and festival favorite Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue. In addition to listening to exceptional music, fans can also enjoy a host of amenities including a fine arts and crafts fair, CD signings by artists, southern style barbeque and other food vendors.
June 29 -  30, 2019
Pinhey’s Past-Times Sunday June 30 2019 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Enhance your museum experience with a natural science or social history demonstration. Visiting experts will be sharing their knowledge on a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). June 30 – Birds of Prey Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
June 30, 2019
Pinhey’s Past-Times Sunday June 30 2019 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Enhance your museum experience with a natural science or social history demonstration. Visiting experts will be sharing their knowledge on a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). June 30 – Birds of Prey Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
June 30, 2019
Monday, July 1 from 10 am to 4 pm Cost: See the options on url Celebrate Canada Day with a picnic and lawn games at Park Hill, the former name for Billings Estate. Enjoy the company of friends and family on our beautiful grounds. Enjoy some old-fashioned fun and games on the lawn and explore the story behind this National Historic Site inside the museum. Leave the prep work in our hands bring a picnic blanket Picnic Basket Reservations Cost: $12.50 + tax per person Reserve your picnic basket for 11 am or 1 pm. Reservations required 613-580-2088 ext. 35250 beginning June 7 (10 am). Picnic baskets include Canadian and community history-inspired games for your group and a sandwich, drink, cookie, and piece of fruit for each person Cost: $6.75 per person or $17.50 per family (2 adults + children under 18) Bring your own picnic or just spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. Visitors can explore the museum’s exhibitions, chat with an interpreter, and old-fashioned games on the lawn.
July 01, 2019
Monday, July 1 from 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Spend a relaxing Canada Day near the water as your enjoy a sampling of leisure time pursuits that will transport you back to the era of the March Township Gentry. Enjoy heritage games on the lawn or a classic board game inside the house. Speak with a costumed interpreter or take a guided tour to learn more about the unique history of the site. Pack a picnic and make the most of the beautiful views and time well spent with family and friends. Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums
July 01, 2019
Canada Day on the Hill is fun, but you need a break. Drop into the Museum for family activities, trivia, crafts, photobooth and giveaways. There’s plenty to keep the kids busy and you can learn a thing or two taking our trivia challenge. Dry, cool and FREE! Open 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Bank of Canada Museum 30 Bank Street (corner of Wellington Street) T: 613-782-8914 museum-musee@bankofcanada.ca
July 01, 2019
Nepean Museum 16 Rowley Avenue Nepean, ON K2G 1L9 613-580-9638 museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/nepeanmuseum www.ottawa.ca/museums www.facebook.com/nepeanmuseum https://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/nepean-museum Curious Minds Wednesdays, Thursday, and Fridays: July 3 to August 2 from 9:30 am to 12 pm Age: 6 to 9 Cost: $6.65 per child Engage with local history in a fun and unique way! Each program will explore a different theme through hands-on activities and crafts. If registration is not full on the program date, drop-in participants are welcome. Please contact the museum (613-580-9638) to confirm if space is available. Please use the barcode provided to register using Service Ottawa’s online registration system. If you do not have a family account, please create one before registering. July 3 – Telling Stories and Traditions Barcode: 1466098 July 4 – H2Woah! Barcode: 1466102 July 5 – Ahoy! An Afternoon of Sailing Barcode: 1466104
July 03 -  05, 2019
Billings Estate National Historic Site 2100 Cabot Street Ottawa, Ontario K1H 6K1 613-580-2088 Fax: 613-247-4832 museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums www.facebook.com/billingsestate www.ottawa.ca/billingsestate Email: museums@ottawa.ca https://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/billings-estate-national-historic-site Step into the kitchen Thursdays: July 4, July 11, July 18, July 25 from 10 am to 11:30 am Age: 5 to 7 Cost: $6.65 per child (registration is required) Measure and mix your way through a heritage cooking lesson. With a new theme each week and a tasty treat to take home, learn how ingredients make their way from the farm to the table. July 4 - Bread Barcode: 1469041. Registration deadline is June 27. July 11 - Butter Barcode: 1469044. Registration deadline is July 4. July 18 - Ice Cream Barcode: 1469045. Registration deadline is July 11. July 25 - Heritage Cookies Barcode: 1469046. Registration deadline is July 18.
July 04 -  25, 2019
Sign up for an email reminder on the website so you don't miss the next 613flea! The Aberdeen Pavilion at Lansdowne Park will be filled with over 120 vendors! 613flea has an ever-changing inventory of eclectic goods, hand made treasures, vintage finds and one-of-a-kinds. Makers and bakers, antiques and vintage clothing (records and comics too)! Cool huh? FREE ADMISSION! Aberdeen Pavilion, 1015 Bank Street, Ottawa K1S 3W7 Sat. July 6, 2019 10am-4pm www.613flea.ca
July 06, 2019
Seed to Savour Saturday July 6 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Learn what produce was grown during early years at Horaceville, get hands-on in the heritage garden, and observe traditional methods of preparing and preserving food with a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). July 6 – Carrots Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
July 06, 2019
Pinhey’s Past-Times Sundays from June 23 to August 25 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Enhance your museum experience with a natural science or social history demonstration. Visiting experts will be sharing their knowledge on a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). July 7 – Geo-Heritage Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
July 07, 2019
 
 
Billings Estate National Historic Site 2100 Cabot Street Ottawa, Ontario K1H 6K1 613-580-2088 Fax: 613-247-4832 museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums www.facebook.com/billingsestate www.ottawa.ca/billingsestate Email: museums@ottawa.ca Raise the Root Wednesdays: July 10, July 24, August 7, August 21 from 10 am to 11 am Age: 6 to 9 Cost: $6.65 per child (registration is required) Get your hands dirty as you discover your green thumb in our veggie garden. Learn the dos and don’ts of maintaining your home garden with a historical twist. A minimum of 5 registered participants is required for the program to run. July 10 – Preparing and Planting Barcode: 1481743. Registration deadline is July 3. July 24 – Care and Prevention Barcode: 1481745. Registration deadline is July 17. August 7 – Farms and Markets Barcode: 1481746. Registration deadline is July 31. August 21 – Pickling and Preserves Barcode: 1481747. Registration deadline is August 14.
July 10 - August 21, 2019
Curious Minds Wednesdays, Thursday, and Fridays: July 3 to August 2 from 9:30 am to 12 pm Age: 6 to 9 Cost: $6.65 per child Engage with local history in a fun and unique way! Each program will explore a different theme through hands-on activities and crafts. Registration If registration is not full on the program date, drop-in participants are welcome. Please contact the museum (613-580-9638) to confirm if space is available. Please use the barcode provided to register using Service Ottawa’s online registration system. If you do not have a family account, please create one before registering. July 10 – Listen, Dance, and Play Barcode: 1466107 July 11 – You Can't Do That On T.V.! Barcode: 1466109 July 12 – Constructing the Rideau Canal Barcode: 1466111 Nepean Museum 16 Rowley Avenue Nepean, ON K2G 1L9 613-580-9638 museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/nepeanmuseum www.ottawa.ca/museums www.facebook.com/nepeanmuseum https://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/nepean-museum
July 10 -  12, 2019
Seed to Savour Saturdays from June 22 to August 24 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Learn what produce was grown during early years at Horaceville, get hands-on in the heritage garden, and observe traditional methods of preparing and preserving food with a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). July 13 – Cucumber Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
July 13, 2019
Pinhey’s Past-Times Sundays from June 23 to August 25 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Enhance your museum experience with a natural science or social history demonstration. Visiting experts will be sharing their knowledge on a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). July 14 – Pen and Ink Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
July 14, 2019
Pinhey’s Past-Times Sunday July 14 2019 10 am to 4 pm Cost: Admission is by donation Enhance your museum experience with a natural science or social history demonstration. Visiting experts will be sharing their knowledge on a different theme each week. (Schedule is subject to change). July 14 – Pen and Ink Pinhey’s Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey’s Point Road Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0 613 832 4347 www.ottawa.ca/pinheyspoint www.facebook.com/pinheyspoint museums@ottawa.ca www.ottawa.ca/museums http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/arts-heritage-and-culture/museums-and-historic-sites/pinheys-point-historic-site
July 14, 2019
Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind will host their annual UK Day Garden Party & Tea event on Sunday, July 14, 2019 from 12:00pm-3:00pm. The event will take place on the grounds of the National Training Centre of Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind, 4120 Rideau Valley Drive North, Manotick. Enjoy authentic cream tea with scones featuring imported English Devon cream. Brian Lynch; Guitar and Voice will perform live music. You can also join in a pick-up rounders match or get a tutorial from the British Meetup Group, and purchase some of your favourite treats from British foods vendor Clarence & Cripps. Tickets are $13 in advance at Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind or by phoning 613-692-7777. Tickets will be also be available at the door for $15. This is a rain or shine event, with indoor and outdoor seating. 100% of the proceeds are directed towards the training of guide dogs and assistance dogs.
July 14, 2019
The Independent Filmmakers Co-operative of Ottawa (IFCO): Is your child between the age of 10 and 14? Does your child show an interest in filmmaking? Learn from local filmmakers the process of making a Super 8mm short film. This week-long Camp gives kids the opportunity to gain hands on experience using (emulsion) film stock supplies and original filmmaking equipment. This Camp is suitable for beginners with no prior experience or exposure to filmmaking. Participants collaborate as a team to produce a two to three-minute colour or B&W film. Participants will have the opportunity to experience each of the following roles: Director, Cinematographer, Camera Operator, Sound Recordist and Picture Editor. SUPER 8MM FILMMAKING CAMP ACTIVITIES: Acting & Directing; Super 8mm Film Shoot; Cameraless Animation; Sound Recording; and Picture Editing. Cost: $350.00 *Note: Price includes all Camp supplies. ONLY SIX SPOTS AVAILABLE Membership Coordinator at (613) 569-1789 or you can send an e-mail to admin@ifco.ca.
July 15 -  19, 2019


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