This weekend is not only the annual Jane’s Walk, but also the first ever Jane’s Mob in Ottawa on Thursday night. Read all of Apt613’s coverage of Jane’s Walk here and don’t miss our podcast! For more of what’s happening, read on and don’t miss our events calendar for even more!
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.
It might not be a long weekend, but there are more than enough events to fill your weekend.
For many, this weekend in Ottawa will include references to a giant anthropomorphic bunny with a fascination with chocolate. For others, it won’t.
Whether you’re celebrating the long weekend with family or by your lonesome, there’s plenty to do. Check out our list of the highlights below.
Tasting notes are provided by Davin de Kergommeaux, head judge for the Canadian Whisky Awards.
Looking for ways to make your holiday shopping fun, while also supporting great causes and organization? Then Impact Hub Ottawa’s Holiday Market, taking place on December 13th, is for you!
Riverwood Acoustics take old growth timber and make it new again as a bluetooth speaker produced in the Ottawa Valley.
Fun did not miss Ottawa this weekend! Whether people are just getting into the Halloween festivities, looking for more a more artsy evening, or want to party all night long there’s something for everyone!
This past Friday, Freewheeling Craft and Makerspace North teamed up and hosted the first ever Pitch Party for local, modern makers.
The ByWard Market is celebrating fall with a number of activities, including the second annual Sausage Fest, an outdoor movie screening of Hocus Pocus and a free shuttle to Gatineau Park.
Fall is in the air and with it, plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy this long weekend!
Here are a few apps and life hacks for the next time you’re at a grocery store in Ottawa.
There’s a new gallery in town. The Sussex Contemporary on Sussex Drive – just a few blocks from the National Gallery of Canada – will be opening its doors this Thursday August 24 with its first exhibition, The Inaugural Group Show.
Soap2Hope is an Ottawa-based social enterprise, raising funds to provide clean and sustainable drinking water in the Mukuni Village, Zambia.
This weekend isn’t only about the giant monsters of La Machine, although we are pretty excited to check them out. With lots happening in the city and on the outskirts (we’re looking at you, MayoFest!), grab your friends and have a blast.