We had so many all-weekend items to list this week that you’d swear it was still peak summer. Ottawa—grab that fall wardrobe and hit the town!
Janie Renée is a Franco-Ontarian multidisciplinary and creative artist and songwriter who has been delivering workshops for over 30 years.
This year marks the 10th birthday of Hummingbird Chocolate! Started by two local entrepreneurs, the chocolate craft has grown from a tiny artisan production into a world-recognized, award-winning company.
Nicole Presentey, John Kofi Dapaah, Ruby Jin, and the National Youth Orchestra of Canada featured on Day 5 of Chamberfest.
The Imani Winds, Joanna G’froerer and Michelle Gott featured on Day 4 of Chamberfest.
Bluesfest returned to LeBreton Flats for the first time in three years. And what a return it was!
Welcome to the weekend folks! Hopefully you’ve recovered from Bluesfest because we’ve got a jam packed weekend up ahead!
Oats… in ice cream? You bet. Oat & Mill’s vegan oat-based ice cream, created by Candace Tierney, is available all over Ottawa.
Welcome to the long weekend!
It’s a rainy Thursday in Ottawa, but guess what? The forecast for the next three days looks like perfect summer weather! And good thing too, because festival season is in full swing in Ottawa! Jazz, dragon boats, summer solstice events and more are on the schedule.
We’re so excited to finally share this collection of new works, and we hope you find something in the book that inspires and moves you. Please download, enjoy, and share with your poetry-loving friends!
“If you like creativity, you’re in the club,” declares the Ottawa Design Club‘s (ODC) motto. But it’s one thing to say it, and another to bring it to life with a spectacular event! The first-ever in-person gathering for ODC, Event 0005 – ORIGINS, brought together Ottawa creatives at Club SAW on Thursday, May 26. “The […]
Hours of fresh local music. Updated weekly by apt613.ca music writers.
Find Apt613 behind the home dugout, keeping score and cheering very loudly.
Jazzfest is finally back in full force, live and in-person! The festival will take place at Confederation Park, the National Arts Centre, and Marion Dewar Plaza in front of Ottawa City Hall.