Natalie Bruvels’ MFA grad work is a melding of both her 10 year-old son Tomson’s schooling and her own—so much so that many professors have remarked how this is also Tomson’s MFA.
The famous blues bar will close after one last show by guitarist Tony D on Saturday night, Sept. 18.
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that you should take advantage of things when you can, because you never know when they’ll be taken away from you, closed for months, or shutter before you get the chance to get there. Carpe diem and check out all these great events taking place this weekend while you can!
Fall schmall. There are still plenty of great activities to enjoy—even if you’re trying to avoid pumpkin spice everything and back-to-school traffic. (Not that there’s anything wrong with pumpkin spice.) Check it out and let us know what you explore this weekend!
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Outdoor hip hop festival House of PainT is back for its 18th year this summer with a full slate of activities to celebrate urban arts and culture in Ottawa.
Here’s a peek at some of what’s happening around town this weekend.
Ottawa’s newest Americana music venue, Red Bird is scheduled to open October 1, and will feature live music, a bar, a coffee shop, and a functional music school with a full roster of teachers.
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 shortlist is here! Voting for Ottawa’s Best Home Garden will begin on July 31.
Whatever the weather may hold, your vaccine status may be, or your comfort level with the people-ly-ness of events, the nation’s capital has got a selection of food, tunes, arts, culture and activities for you this weekend!
Ottawa’s longest running movie theatre reopened on July 16.
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.
From July 10 to 18, the public is able to enjoy amazing art downtown and outside via a new augmented reality app called Hidelight, designed by local artist Paul Sharp.