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- Seeking Work that Celebrates Ottawa, the City People Love to Hate
Lily Pepper, an Ottawa writer, is compiling writing and art that focuses on what's special, weird, and fun about Ottawa.
- City launches new recycling bin pilot project on Laurier Avenue East
Mayor Jim Watson, Councillor Maria McRae, Chair of Ottawa’s Environment Committee and Rideau Vanier Ward Councillor Mathieu Fleury launched a pilot project for new waste and recycling bins on Laurier Avenue East today.
- Match Preview: Ottawa Fury FC Host Rangers FC in International Friendly
It was a record breaking weekend for Ottawa Fury FC and the North American Soccer League (NASL). Fury FC broken the modern day NASL single game attendance record of 13,151 held by San Antonio as 14,593 fans attended the first-ever soccer match at TD Place
- a Company of Fools now performing As You Like It
a Company of Fools present /As You Like It/ *All the world’s a stage…*
- CANADIAN COMPETITION SHINES ON THE WORLD STAGE
The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is pleased to announce the Short Film Competition for 2014. Once again, Canada is well represented with 53 films in the spotlight.
- Studio Sixty Six: A Year's Reflection
Summer Exhibition: Emerging Artists Group show Opening Event: Thursday, July 31, 2014, 12pm - 8pm Runs July 31 - September 1, 2014
- Don Quixote with Seventeen Voyces, Friday May 29, 7:30 pm
A comic opera, semi-staged with bass-baritone Joel Allison as Don Quixote. Music by Georg-Phillip Telemann. Presented by Ottawa chamber choir Seventeen Voyces, directed by Kevin Reeves. With the Ottawa Baroque Consort consisting of two violins, viola, cello and harpsichord. Adults $25, Students $15. Southminster United Church, 15 Aylmer Ave. at Bank St. in Ottawa South. www.seventeenvoyces.ca
- An Evening with Berlioz, Friday, March 13, Saturday, March 14, 2015, 7:30 pm
An evening with Berlioz presented by Ottawa chamber choir Seventeen Voyces. Directed by Kevin Reeves. Starring Todd Duckworth. A staged production with French composer Hector Berlioz as he recounts his tumultuous life in 19th century Paris. Based on his Memoirs. Adults $25, Students $15. Southminster United Church, 15 Aylmer Ave. at Bank St. in Ottawa South. www.seventeenvoyces.ca
- The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Friday, Oct. 31 and Sat. Nov. 1 at 7:30 pm
Seventeen Voyces chamber choir, directed by Kevin Reeves, presents an evening with Lon Chaney. The 1923 silent film classic (directed by Wallace Worsley) will be projected on a large screen and accompanied by live choral music and organ virtuoso - Matthew Larkin. Special for Hallowe�en! Adults $25, Students $15. St. Matthew�s Church, 130 Glebe Ave. www.seventeenvoyces.ca
- St. Matthew's Mugs & Suds, Sat., Sept. 27, 11am to 3pm
Bring family and friends to St. Matthew�s great beer and beer mug sale 11am to 3 pm in the church�s atrium parking lot. Inspired by the donation of a large eclectic collection of beer mugs. Featuring brass band and locally crafted beers from the Glebe�s Clocktower Brew Pub. No entry fee. Free mug with first beer purchase. Fundraiser for St. Matt�s new roof. 217 First Ave., 613-234-4024. www.stmatthewsottawa.ca.
- Live & Bumpin' July 26th @ the Brass Monkey!
Saturday, July 26 - Doors open 8pm & Live Music 9-1 The Brass Monkey 250A Greenbank Rd., just South of Baseline Full Tipped Sleeve Adam's Leaf Dimestore Debra $5
- Mosaika Reaches One Million Spectators Final season of the popular sound and light show gains momentum
Canadian Heritage, in collaboration with exclusive sponsor Manulife, is proud to announce that as of tonight, over one million spectators have experienced the sights and sounds of the current edition of the sound and light show on Parliament Hill, Mosaika: Canada Through the Eyes of its People
- The world’s youth will gather in Ottawa for One Young World 2016
Young people, aged 18 to 30, from 196 countries around the world will be coming to Ottawa in 2016 for the One Young World international youth conference.
- Odyssey Theatre Connects with the Ottawa Community
Rush tickets, youth matinées, community night, pay-what-you-can shows and senior friends’ night, are all ways that Odyssey Theatre is connecting with the city this summer.
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