Over its ten years of existence, Martini Madness has raised over $250,000 in support of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada research.
A series of events discusses topics like food security & ethical eating, and showcase local producers.
Adulting can be hard, but it does come with some advantages. You can do things your parents told you not to, like eat cake for breakfast, talk to strangers, and play with sharp objects.
“We thought of Adbirahman Abdi and the intersections of his identity. He was a black man. He was a newcomer. He had a mental illness.”
Video games are a solitary pursuit for some people, but gaming cafes appeal to our social sides. Ottawa’s newest one, Caffeine 1UP, is doing a few things differently.
If you’re reading Apt613, you’re already a fan of our city. This forum is an exciting opportunity to take advantage of Ottawa’s status as a national capital, connect with like minded people and get involved with this community.
Rock and Roll, Blue Jeans and the Red Carpet.
Five organizations that are helping build capacity in Ottawa’s social enterprise sector.
The Flying Banzini is opening its doors to gamers, with the inaugural session happening Sunday 11 September starting at 2pm.
A musical show of support for keeping the Prince of Wales Bridge open to the public.
This weekend, get your buzz on at the Queen Bee Party, hosted by the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum!
Enjoy dance, music, and tasty eats, and get colourful at Holi.
Creative Ottawans battle it out in a design showdown.
It’s a fun way to be a tourist in your own city.
Moose McGuire’s, Trevor Denault, and “Blues Bud” Brent Diab, in association with Ottawa Rock and Roots Society (ORRS) are hosting a boutique Blues and BBQ festival in support of one of the founding members of the Ottawa Blues Society (OBS) – Jed Rached, on Saturday, July 2nd, 2016, at Moose McGuire’s on 3320 McCarthy Road. There are 100 Early Bird […]