The last Tuesday of every month, Craft Beer Market hosts a fixed-price dinner with beer pairings. Productivity in Ottawa, on the last Wednesday of every month, is expected to suffer.
Judy Morris Dupont will present an artist’s talk on Thursday, August 18 from 6—8pm.
Aficionados of punk rock history will want to visit Zaphod’s this weekend to see Rough Francis, a band with deep and complex roots in the genre’s history by way of 1970’s proto-punk band, Death.
The event will feature a delicious menu of gourmet picnic food, “inspired by the San Antonio culinary scene,” in addition to the stacked lineup of 15 Mill Street beers.
Nothing says August like tomatoes and corn.
For the next instalment of the Ottawa Staycation series, we will take a trip out to the Manotick Public Library and surrounding attractions.
Poitevin finishes off her Forever series with another modern fairy tale romance, Forever Grace. Fans of the first books, Gwyneth Ever After and Forever After, will not be disappointed with the sequel.
Algonquin College PR students have raised nearly $20,000 for the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre’s schizophrenia program.
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Two-time JUNO nominees Sultans of String wrapped up the 2016 Chamberfringe series with a joyful concert featuring sitar master Anwar Khurshid.