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Canada Aviation and Space Museum
Interview: Astrophysicist and science communicator Nathalie Ouellette—free talk 12.06.19 at Canada Aviation and Space Museum
Apartment613 interviewed Dr. Ouellette about her upcoming talk at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.
We have arrived at the first of the beautiful October weekends. The leaves are changing colour, the days are growing shorter, and the nights are getting cooler, yet one thing remains the same: there is still so much to do out and about in this fine city. With so much on the go, we won’t waste any time. Here you have it, folks, the down low on what is up this weekend in Ottawa.
The month of May has just blown by, and this weekend is going to be just as packed as every other weekend since the sun reappeared! The Tulip Festival is officially over, but tulips are still blooming all over the city, making for another colourful spring weekend. Get out there to enjoy them, and check out different corners of the city for some cool happenings.
Be part of an international event celebrating humanity’s accomplishments in space exploration! Yuri’s Night commemorates the day Yuri Gagarin became the first human to go to space — back in April 1961. Today, the event is celebrated in cities around the world. The Canada Aviation and Space Museum is partnering with Science Slam Ottawa and […]
Don’t forget friends, April precipitation brings May flowers, so all this wet weather we’ve been getting will pay off in the long run.
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.
With a bar, science-themed entertainment, a musical performance, and the entire museum open for browsing, Yuri’s Night is going to be the best space party in town.
One hundred twenty-eight Canadian flags can be found along the runway fence of the Rockcliffe Airport, each one representing 1,000 Canadian soldiers killed or missing since the Boer War.
This weekend is Ottawa’s annual opportunity to explore a side of the city that is rarely available to the public. Doors Open Ottawa 2017 runs for two days and the list of buildings this year is longer than ever.