This weekend marks the end of the year’s shortest month, which has managed to feel like the longest. We’ve almost come full circle, as we approach a full year in this weird pandemic world. With restrictions eased, there are in person events on the docket this weekend, complemented by a variety of online events if you aren’t yet ready to get back out there. Without further ado, here’s the lowdown on what’s up this weekend in Ottawa.
In this weekly feature, Apt613 asks blog contributors and local figures about their takeout habits and highlights—to help you find new tasty treats to discover or revisit when you’re just OVER IT with making dinner.
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Ottawa jazz musician and leader of the Ottawa Jazz Orchestra Adrian Cho has created a system that lets musicians in different locations (and us in the audience!) see and hear each other play live. It’s called Syncspace.
Three photographers from Vanier are working with Apt613 to document the history of their community in a new photo series. This week on CBC Radio, they had the chance to speak with All in a Day host Alan Neal about their #VanierType work.
With another wintry weekend at home around the corner, have we reached our limit for cozy indoor virtual fun? Gosh, I hope not.
Thanks to a big volunteer effort, many of Ottawa’s outdoor rinks are opening this month. Check out the available rinks and current safety regulations.
This weekend marks the arrival of yet another COVID-19 lockdown in Ottawa. With stay-at-home orders in effect as of midnight last night, this weekend’s roundup will focus on things you can do within your own home and neighbourhood, as venturing out is not in the cards for the next while.
Old Ottawa South’s oatmeal cafe is moving into the former location of Pressed.