Friday, September 30, is the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. In observance of this day of remembrance and learning, Apt613 will not publish any new articles tomorrow. If you would like to participate in commemorating the day, here is a roundup of events happening in Ottawa-Gatineau.
From dance to music to comedy, Shenkman Arts Centre’s 2021–2022 season brings us a little bit of everything
The Shenkman Arts Centre presents its 2021/2022 season, where a variety of dance, comedy, and music for you to enjoy, with plenty of options through early April.
Secret City Adventures co-produces with Pirate Life to present Escape the Ghost Ship, an adventurous and engaging escape game taking place on a pirate ship. You can head on down to Pirate Life dock for immersive puzzles and theatre on Island Rogue, a 50-foot passenger ship.
Enter a new tradition – Trick or Trash. The idea is simple – it’s a Halloween-costumed cleanup anywhere in Canada where there is pollution. Unfortunately, it’s not difficult to find places across Ottawa or Canada in need of a cleanup.
Anyone can jump right into this 30-minute dance lesson “without stressing over fancy footwork.”
Ottawa photographer Kelly McDonald takes us on a tour of the Ornamental Gardens at the Central Experimental Farm.
The #MyOttawa Pass is an initiative that will help Ottawa residents explore the city while enjoying discounts at local businesses.
These kids will hem and haw over the short films and TV episodes before they present awards to the winning filmmakers later that evening at OIAF Awards Ceremony the National Arts Centre.
Barkwood Forest might well be that paw-fect (sorry!) place you’d design for your furry friend. Barkwood is the home of Boogity Dog Walking, which picks up dogs around Ottawa’s west end neighbourhoods on weekdays and walks them off-leash in the forest.
Award-winning international theatre comes to town for the Ottawa Children’s Festival—05.08.19 to 05.12.19
The Ottawa Children’s Festival takes place at LeBreton Flats Park from May 8–12, 2019.