After the destruction and darkness last weekend, it’s time to celebrate this wonderful city we live in. There is plenty to see and do on this fine fall weekend and we’re happy to share the details with you.
There’s going to be an Open House event at Dominion-Chalmers on Thursday, June 14 from 5–7pm. Admission is free.
Lowertown was the subject of a four-month studio at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.
The two-day architecture festival offers free access to more than 140 buildings around the capital region on June 2–3, 2018.
Welcome to the last of the winter weekends—although it might not feel like it, with all the snow we’ve been getting and a dip into colder temperatures over the weekend. Despite spring’s clever disguise, be sure to get out there and celebrate its arrival. There are plenty of exciting goings on in this fine city, to help you do it right!
Apt613 reveals the shocking and not-so-shocking responses to our anonymous sex survey.
Jim Davies is the Director of the Science of Imagination Laboratory. He’s spent his career exploring why we find things compelling, from art to religion and from sports to superstition. Apt613 asked him to share his findings on the appeal of art.
Carleton’s Learning in Retirement program is in fact open to all ages, plus both schools offer a range of free lectures and cheap mini-courses.
Based in Ottawa, Guy Hobeika has thousands of followers and has worked with brands such as Coca-Cola and RBC Bluesfest.
The historic O’Connor Street church would continue to act as a hub for artists, community groups, and Dominion-Chalmers congregation.
Tasting notes are provided by Davin de Kergommeaux, head judge for the Canadian Whisky Awards.
Ottawa has a rich urban history and thanks to a new project led by the Worker’s History Museum, Carleton University and Chapter One Studio, it’s popping up all over the city.
Fall is in the air and with it, plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy this long weekend!
If you want to catch a glimpse of how we’ll live, work and travel in the not-so-far-away future, head down to Lansdowne Park this weekend.
Soap2Hope is an Ottawa-based social enterprise, raising funds to provide clean and sustainable drinking water in the Mukuni Village, Zambia.