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.
Before the sun came up on Friday December 7, Queen St. Fare, Ottawa’s first food hall, had opened its doors to the public for the first time.
Join us for an entertaining night of new films and videos from the Apt613 filmmaking community.
It’s like a cross between Pokémon and orienteering.
With Halloween quickly approaching, the mood is right for Haunted Walks.
Each month, Mayfair Theatre, in partnership with the Absent Friends shadowcast, present Rocky Horror Picture Show, a sulphurous night of debauchery from start to finish—or should I say, foreplay to climax.
October 25th will mark the 17th iteration of Soup Ottawa, a volunteer-driven experiment in civic engagement that mixes micro-funding with direct democracy.
In the end, every single dog won and our squad, which my human named “Doods with Toods,” raised over 400 dollars for the Ottawa Humane Society. So glad for this opportunity to support local dog things and to show everyone my ‘tude.
Come to Impact Hub Ottawa on Tuesday, September 25 where we’ll be meeting, introducing, brainstorming, and collaborating with volunteers.
On Thursday May 24, the Young Professionals Network of the Ottawa Mission Foundation will be inaugurating its first official event at Craft Beer Market. For $15, you get a drink, food, really cool door prizes and an opportunity to mix and mingle with other young professionals who have their community at heart.
Ottawa Civic Tech will host a discussion on delivering services to citizens in a digital world—05.22.18
Ottawa Civic Tech is hosting an event Tuesday, May 22 at Bayview Yards: a discussion with digital changemakers from all three levels of government, sharing stories of their successes, challenges and ongoing plans on delivering government services to citizens.
The Social Book Exchange is taking place at Citizen (207 Gilmour St) from 8–11pm on Sunday, January 28.