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Giant Book Fair at Kanata United Church

We are large group of volunteers with a love for books and community.  The Annual KUC Book Fair will be held at 33 Leacock Drive from Feb 21 -23.  Over 40,000 books are organized by non-fiction (category), fiction (alphabetical), children’s area, and very old books.  No admission fee and most books are $3 or less.  […]

NOMAD: Papâmacihowin*

Multidisciplinary Métis artist Moe Clark collaborates with Mexican musician Ahau Marino and a group of Indigenous youth in this sonic journey. Together, they explore concepts of survival, determination and continuum through song, story and language. Their voices become landscape in this immersive nomadic performance. With Moe Clark, Ahau Marino and students of the Hadley and Philemon Wright High School in Gatineau. […]

Winterlude weekend activities at Bank of Canada Museum

February 2 and 3 Make fun and easy puppets—on a budget. We supply puppet parts and play money, the kids make the puppets. February 8 At 14:00, join us for a fascinating hour-long presentation: a behind-the-scenes look at the visual and thematic development of the new $10 bank note featuring Viola Desmond.  Note exchange to […]

Create an Airplant Hanger | Library Maker Program

Join us at the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library for a hands-on workshop where we assemble an airplant hanger out of wood dowels and lasercut plywood. We’ll explain our design process and how the pieces were created with the Epilog Helix laser cutter at the Imagine Space. Then you will put the pieces […]

Fringe Review: Saor (Free)

60 minutes | Adventure, Comedy, Solo | Mature I’m sure I wasn’t the first person to see the title of this show and think “Huh? A free Fringe show? Sure, I’m down!” It’s not actually a free show, but that’s ok! Free is the direct translation of the Gaelic word “saor”, and the search for […]