The Yard is now open at 265 City Centre Avenue.
Whether your long weekend was an end-of-summer blur, or a relaxing last hurrah at the cottage, the shortened work week means that another weekend is already upon us. This is a great chance to try something new, or spend the weekend outdoors patio sitting and taking in some fun local outdoor live events.
Be613, an Ottawa-based speaker and workshop series, is presenting their latest event on Friday June 22. BeEngaging will bring together three local creatives for a panel discussion about experimental marketing.
Get out there and enjoy your weekend. Take lots of photos and be sure to tag them with #APT613.
On April 5 a unique new Kickstarter campaign launched for the Ottawa area: The Yard’s goal is to open Ottawa’s only indoor, year-round bike and skateboard park. Within the first week the project had already raised almost half of their $100,000 goal. With two weeks to go, they are still looking for backers to help meet their goal.
Beer, skateboarding, and art come together for a good time and an even better cause.
Aaron envisions Birling Skateshop becoming more than just a store that sells merchandise. He is tired of mediocrity in businesses and believes that Birling has the potential to become a hub for a welcoming community.
With sun in the forecast, this weekend looks to be a great one to spend outside. Whether you’re enjoying CityFolk or running the Army Run, now is the time to (finally!) enjoy some summer weather!
Remixed is a festival celebrating local culture in the Somerset West area. On September 16 they’ll be closing Somerset between Bay and Percy to provide a day’s worth of free activities.