Check out a review of two exhibits at the Canadian War Museum. “Homage: The art of Elaine Goble” shows portraits featuring people who lived and served in the Second World War. “Forever Changed” takes us deeper into the experiences of those transformative years.
Canadian War Museum
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.
The best press photography from around the Globe is now on display at the Canadian War Museum—until August 15.
Whether you have a weekend of museum and patio hopping planned, or a quiet picnic in your neighbourhood park, stay safe, stay hydrated, support local businesses, and take a deep breath of that July air, friends. We’ve gotten this far together. Let’s keep one another safe.
It seems like March has stumbled in like a lamb despite the cold temperatures, and while I have no real idea what that means, I do know that we are just one week closer to real Spring.
Well Ottawa, we’re back in the Orange zone. With that change comes new opportunities to enjoy arts and culture in town, while putting into practice all those social distancing/proper hygiene techniques we’ve been perfecting over the last year.
As always, the Weekend Roundup is here to offer up some suggestions for your weekend activities.
Well, we blinked and it’s September. That means two things: pumpkin spice and back to school.
If you’re planning a visit to any of Ottawa’s museums or galleries, be sure to visit the museum’s website to book your tickets and learn about the new safety measures in place before you head out.
We have arrived at the last of the magical long weekends of the summer! The weather looks wonderful and with things continuing to reopen around town, there is plenty of music, art, and exercise to fill your days. Make sure to don your mask and bring your sanitizer and enjoy the goings-on safely.
Welcome to the weekend folks! As Ottawa continues to slowly (and safely—wear your mask!) opens up, there are more ways to get out and enjoy the city.
Ottawa’s biggest Muay Thai event returns to the Canadian War Museum for its fourth installment on February 29. Some of North America’s best fighters will square off in the LeBreton Gallery for one of Ottawa’s most popular combat sports events.
We’re still enjoying the pretty part of winter, and slowing down a little in the process
Welcome to a new decade Ottawa!
Holiday shopping really gets going this weekend across the 613, but there are also great theatre and music options if you’re looking to keep it cultural.