Latin Sparks is back at Albert Island for an encore edition on August 12.
From July 19-22 seize the unprecedented opportunity to work alongside some of the North’s finest visual artists. The National Arts Centrehas seven specially invited artists from the Far North exhibiting and running workshops where you can try your hand at soap-stone carving, jewelry making, beading, caribou hair tufting and more under the guidance that only a master crafter can provide.
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There is nothing else in Ottawa like a Latin Sparks party.
Latin Sparks 2017 will take place June 10 on Albert Island (6 Booth Street). Tickets cost $20.
The party is a night-long celebration of Latin culture, cuisine, and music on the city’s largest outdoor dancefloor. Organizers of the country’s largest dance party are expecting about 4,000 partygoers on Saturday June 10.
The 21st Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 7–18, 2017 at multiple downtown venues including Arts Court Theatre, La Nouvelle Scène and the University of Ottawa.
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For three epic sessions of 10 nights each summer, kids from underprivileged families and troubled circumstances leave their woes behind and head Camp Smitty, the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa camp in Eaganville, Ontario.
Built in memory of Roger Neilson, Hockey Hall of Fame coach and Member of the Order of Canada, Roger Neilson House cares for children and their families facing life-limiting illnesses.