After two long years, Ottawa Comiccon is back from Sept. 9-11, 2022, bringing fiction fans everything they can dream of, including Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen, Denise Crosby, Tomer Capone, Cary Elwes, and Georges St-Pierre.
Convening in virtual space from June 25 to 27, “a graph, a lovely tree” will engage with some ways in which artists continue to work within the digital medium, its problematic challenges and its potential for building communities.
What sets this escape room apart from the plethora of others around the city, is that it’s uniquely Makerspace.
An interview with Carmen Rush, local historian of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada—10.04.19 talk at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum
Carmen Rush will present her talk about Charles Messier during the next meeting of the Ottawa Centre of the RASC at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Friday October 4th at 7:30pm.
The inaugural Bicycle Ball—the first of many, hopes EnviroCentre—will be hosted in the beautiful Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park on September 27th.
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The goal of the annual march is to move towards eliminating a culture of victim-blaming and sex-shaming in our society, as well as to empower and inspire survivors.
Jumping into the world of derby: Ottawa Roller Derby’s fall season features includes a crash course for beginners and a roller disco party
After a busy summer, the Ottawa Roller Derby league has exciting plans for the fall, including an old-fashioned roller disco fundraiser and a crash course as a chance for beginners interested in learning to roller skate for roller derby.
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.
It’s sort of like Canada Day, but for Ottawa!
It’s all in the name of 6/13, our area code’s champagne bday.
Ottawa has an impressive list of non-auditioned choirs, and the Ottawa Brahms Choir is just one example.
Kid Koala is hosting Music To Draw To at Black Squirrel Books on Wednesday January 30 from 7pm–11pm. Admission is free.
The 30th annual Carleton Cup takes place Saturday January 26, 2019. Funds raised go towards Cystic Fibrosis.
Stephen Bierbrier provides an overview of the best local tobogganing hills, updated for the new year.