You probably already know Ming. He is a champion of music, art, and culture, and brings enthusiasm and fun wherever he goes (which, as it turns out, is a lot of places). This week, Ming visited the opening of KANATA 150?, an exhibit at Studio Sixty Six, which showcases the work of seven emerging Indigenous artists reflecting […]
This weekend appears to be all about art shows and dance parties and boy, are we happy to hear it!
As some of our members transition to new projects in their lives, we are looking to recruit committed and dynamic individuals to join our Board of Directors.
Welcome to 2017, Ottawa! This is going to a big year with Canada celebrating 150 years since Confederation, and the National Capital Region is the place to be.
Well, Ottawans, the final weekend of 2016 is upon us. And the city does not disappoint. Here is your guide to NYE 2016-2017.
With snow in the forecast, this is the perfect weekend to adventure into a winter wonderland and take advantage of some holiday events.
Inside the walls of the Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG), is a gallery within the gallery. The OAG’s ART Rental & Sales allows people and businesses to rent or purchase works of art by local artists, turning bare walls into galleries of their o
Hallowe’ekend is a tough act to follow, but this first weekend of November has managed to succeed, despite it all.
Apt613 is always on the lookout for more people who are excited about Ottawa and interested in spreading the good word about what this city has to offer. If you’re curious, come out to our next Contributors Meeting– details are below. No experience is necessary to be a volunteer contributor to Apt613. You can approach […]
For the more laid-back puzzle fan, Puzzled Pint is the event to go to.
Our Weekend Roundup this week goes all the way through to Hallowe’en Monday. Let’s get spooky!
Pamela George’s enthusiasm for financial literacy is infectious.
Buckle up and get ready for a weekend full of literary and artistic creations and crafts galore.
The first ever Mayor’s Gala took place last Saturday, October 15, in the historic Horticultural Building at Lansdowne Park.
Don’t you hate it when you’re browsing through the newest, coolest, most chic boutique around, and you find something beautiful, only to realize by reading the tag that’s it’s made overseas somewhere, and all you can picture is sweatshops, and the barely paid overworked human beings who work in them?