The immersive Beyond Van Gogh lets you “become part of the art.” The projection show runs until Sept. 16 at the Aberdeen Pavilion.
COVID-19 cases are on the decline, vaccine rates are rising, and restrictions are easing in Ottawa. There is plenty to get out and enjoy this summer weekend in the city. From farmers’ markets, to vintage markets, live music, to art exhibits; there is a little something for everyone. Without further ado, here are the details on this weekend’s happenings.
We’ve somehow managed to make it through to the final month of 2020 and, for that, I think we all deserve a bit of celebration. As this weekend approaches, we’ve got a bunch of great ideas for you all as to how to properly go about it during this festive season.
Well it’s not quite December, but we’re firmly into holiday events. With so many of our favourite annual events online, it’s easier than ever to take them all in.
Whether you are settling back into routine, or fulfilling your resolution to have more fun this year, the city has a variety of cool things to get into this weekend.
Happy holidays, folks! Around this time of year, no one is sure what day of the week it is and as such we have decided to write an extended Yuletide Roundup for you all. We’ve got the low-down on what is up this weekend, right through to New Year’s Eve.
Welcome to the first snow covered weekend in the city. If the cold temperatures and slippery sidewalks aren’t enough to make you think like a bear and hibernate this weekend, there is plenty to do out and about in Ottawa. So get bundled up and get out there. We promise you it’ll be worth it!
The family-friendly event is a great excuse to celebrate all things Irish-ish and enjoy some (non-green) beer
Paul Cairns, Executive Director of SMARTNet Alliance and part of GEDO’s regional partnership, gave Apt613 his thoughts on this year’s event and the state of green energy in Ottawa.
From the moment she strummed and sang the first note of “Jesse”, she had the audience under her spell.
Get out there and enjoy your weekend. Take lots of photos and be sure to tag them with #APT613.
This week we’re talking with Bobby Lashley and Eli Drake, two stars of Impact Wrestling. Impact is bringing their pay-per-view event Bound For Glory to Ottawa’s Aberdeen Pavilion on November 5th.
The Family Crest, The Wilderness, Jenn Grant, Nathaniel Ratecliff & The Night Sweats, Jack Johnson and more performed on a balmy September night for day 2 of CityFolk Festival.
BLAKDENIM, The Peelers, and Bodh’aktan are booked for a party at Aberdeen Pavilion which will feature 12 Beau’s beers and more than a dozen guest taps.
The parade route will start at noon, at the corner of Bank St. and Pretoria Ave, and will continue down Bank Street and into Lansdowne Park.