Here’s some great Canadian music to discover.
Chamberfest has rounded out their 2018 program with dozens of concerts being added to the 15-day summer music festival.
Jane’s Walk is a festival of free walking tours happening Ottawa-Gatineau on May 5 and 6, 2018
These five Jane’s Walk guides ask “what’s in a name?” when they tell the stories behind street names and public spaces.
This interview originally aired on May 1 on CHUO 89.1fm. If you’re someone who wants to get to know your city a bit better, then the Jane’s Walks happening May 5th and 6th are for you. On this episode of the podcast, we chat with Jane’s Walk Ottawa-Gatineau organizer Sarah Simpkin, and well as Jennifer […]
Jane’s Mob, the festival launching Jane’s Walk, is happening on Thursday, May 3rd at Parkdale Market Park, bringing people together to celebrate their space. There’ll be storytelling about Hintonburg, live music, speakers, a scavenger hunt, art installations, lawn games – and more!
BON-FIRE is happening August 17–18, 2018 at Rideau Pines Farm.
Amber Westfall is an herbalist, forager, and teacher. She offers plant walks and workshops for everyone, and has a young herbalist apprenticeship program for children.
With May just around the corner, the weather has warmed from the snow and ice of a few short weeks ago and we can finally pack away our winter jackets. Going outside has become a whole lot more hospitable – and just in time, as there is plenty to get out and do this weekend in Ottawa!
Awesome Ottawa is awarding its 100th one thousand dollar grant since 2010.
Ottawa’s second annual soul music festival sold out Black Squirrel Books and House of TARG.
The only thing spookier than Friday the 13th is snow in the forecast for mid-April, both of which are things we have to look forward to this weekend. Have no fear, though, because your guide to the weekend is full of hot coffee, cold beer and cool shows.
Heads up: Organizers say tickets are moving fast and last year’s inaugural Bangers & Mash sold out in advance.
Catalyseur d’une envolée festive dans le centre-ville de Gatineau l’an dernier, la première édition du festival Transistor vouée à célébrer la radio numérique s’est avéré un franc succès. Les autorités de la région ont salué l’initiative et soutiennent cette année la deuxième mouture, un autre rendez-vous rassembleur qui a été annoncé en grandes pompes au Troquet. Les organisateurs Julien Morissette et Steven Boivin ont présenté la programmation qui compte près de vingt projets de baladodiffusion qui seront présentés en direct de l’événement.
Le 14 avril prochain se tiendra la deuxième édition du festival Bangers and Mash. Au menu cette année, dix artistes (8 groupes et 2 djs) qui se partageront les scènes du House of Targ et du Black Squirrel Books.