We’re dashing right along towards the holidays and there’s no time like the present to get outside and enjoy the sights and sounds! From holiday markets to Christmas lights to decorated window displays, there’s sure to be something to put you in a festive mood.
What sets this escape room apart from the plethora of others around the city, is that it’s uniquely Makerspace.
The tenants at Makerspace North have organized an escape room experience until November 10.
Makerspace North invites you to stop by Wednesday night to check out their space and learn what they’re all about.
It is finally spring in this wonderful city! It is time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. There is plenty to get up to this weekend, and we know that you’re excited to get to it, so we’ve made this handy little list to get you started!
The Feminist Fair is a craft market with a social justice twist, bringing together DIY art and politics. The fifth annual event takes place November 4 from 11am-4pm at Makerspace North.
The heat of the summer has finally broken and it is time for cozy sweaters, apple cider, warm socks, and fall adventures. Ottawa is a bustling city, so to help you out in your adventuring, we’ve compiled a list of the city’s best this coming weekend.
Welcome to March, the time of year when it’s safest to bring an umbrella along with your toque and sunglasses. Just because the weather can’t make up it’s mind doesn’t mean you have to stay inside. Plenty of options this weekend, so enjoy!
The Ottawa Tool Library has had a busy time recently – they recently turned 2 years old, organized a film screening, and have a repair café coming up soon.
This past Friday, Freewheeling Craft and Makerspace North teamed up and hosted the first ever Pitch Party for local, modern makers.
Welcome to the weekend, folks! The seasons may not have officially changed, but the weather has taken the lead with cooler winds and shorter days. Celebrate the arrival of this blissful time of year with all sorts of great goings on in the capital this weekend.
Earlier this year, Carleton University artist-architect Manuel Baez and glass artist Charlynne Lafontaine won a Heritage Canada national competition to design and construct an installation for the Portage Bridge Plaza. A sneak peek of the Gather-Ring was held at Makerspace North.
This weekend is Ottawa’s annual opportunity to explore a side of the city that is rarely available to the public. Doors Open Ottawa 2017 runs for two days and the list of buildings this year is longer than ever.
It’s JUNO Week in Ottawa and this weekend is all about Canadian music! From Prozzäk to Sarah McLachlan to A Tribe Called Red, you’re sure to find something to get you moving!
So much fun, so little time. Whether you prefer to feel alive in the cold, or cozy in the warm, there is something for everyone this weekend. Festivals The Winterlude festivities continue all around the city. If you haven’t already checked out the giant slides in Jacques Cartier Park (and even if you have), do […]