Soccer dreams can come true: The ladies of the Ottawa Women’s United Soccer Club (OWUSC) competed at the 2017 World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand. Continue reading
Looking for something fun and “unspooky” to do with your young ones for Halloween? Take them to Yaki’s Halloween Spooktacular Concert. Continue reading
Suitable for families with mature tweens and teens, the Haunted Walk brings Ottawa history alive in an entertaining, spooky way. Continue reading
From the Rag and Bone Puppet Theatre show October 6, to the Amazing People Gala October 21, Ottawa is hopping this month. Continue reading
The exhibition FROST: Life and Culture of the Sámi People, at the Museum of Nature, introduces us to Norway’s indigenous people. Continue reading
Ottawa Little Theatre is launching its 105th season tonight with a production of Educating Rita and a brand new, fully licensed auditorium at 400 King Edward Avenue.
The Enviro-Cycle Tour is happening this Sunday, September 24. It’s a great chance to explore the Ottawa countryside and visit new places. Continue reading
The Ottawa Peace Festival is from September 21 to October 2. Highlights include films, lectures, presentations and Kids Love Peace, hosted by World-Changing Kids. Continue reading
Breaking Bread, Breaking Stigma is Sept 19 at the Agriculture Museum. A fun celeb “sandwich showdown,” It also aims to raise awareness of eating disorders.
After a three-year, $80 million update, the Canada Science and Technology Museum is set to reopen in a couple of months. There’ll be lots of new exhibition space, with cool stuff to see and do. Continue reading