canadiary Ottawa

Diary of Events and Happenings in Ottawa, Ontario.


Frame of Mind

June 19, 2019 2:00 pm. Propeller Dance once again breaks barriers with Frame of Mind. Featuring the premiere of an evocative new work, A Look Inside, the theme of mental health gets a breath of fresh air under the direction of Shara Weaver who aims to "open windows of truth, reject assumptions and re-imagine a world of inter-connectedness and understanding".The show opener, Picture This, explores Mad Dance Aesthetic through a storytelling view and was created collaboratively with members of Psychiatric Survivors of Ottawa and The Royal.. 1233 Wellington St. West.Ottawa, ON K1Y 0G7.. Event Details. Location: 1233 Wellington St. West., Ottawa

Human Resources for Arts Workers

June 19, 2019 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. This workshop will be lead by: Renuka Bauri, Director of Communications and Advocacy for Canadian Artists Representation / Front des artistes canadiens, and Sonia Giannina Vani, B.A., B.Ed, M.A., artist, communications consultant and active member of the SAW Video Board of Directors.You are eligible to attend this workshop if you are: a SAW Video member, professional artist, creator, arts worker, cultural worker, admirer and or advocate for video and media arts.*If the cost of the workshop is a barrier to participation, please email [email protected] No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.. 67 Nicholas StreetOttawa, ON K1N 7B9.. Event Details. Location: 67 Nicholas Street, Ottawa

Dégustation - venez célébrer la saison du vin rosé

June 18, 2019 6:15 pm. Summer is just around the corner ! The Alliance Française Ottawa invites you to a rosés wine tasting with some delicious appetizers. In a relaxed atmosphere, the sommelier, Tom Vigeant will offer you 5 cuvées which will make you discover the surprising versatility of rosé wine which is often see as a simple wine !. 352 MacLaren StreetOttawa, ON K2P 0M6.. Event Details. Location: 352 MacLaren Street, Ottawa

Father's Day Builders

June 16, 2019 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Work together as a family to complete three different building challenges! First build a modern structure, then give constructing an early settler log home a try, and finally explore the themes in our latest exhibition, Water: A Journey to the Source, by engineering a pipe line. Explore tools, building materials, and more! Snacks will be available for cash purchase.This is a drop-in style program. No registration is required.. 16 Rowley AvenueNepean, ON K2G 1L9.. Event Details. Location: 16 Rowley AvenueNepean, ON K2G 1L9, Ottawa

Vintage Car Show

June 16, 2019 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Antique car owners are invited to display and share stories about their vehicles. Cast your vote for the fan favourite car! The Billings' 1959 Cadillac Sedan de Ville will also be available to view. In addition to the vintage cars, visitors can enjoy a tour of the museum, check out the ice-house, and explore the cemetery. Families with younger children can participate in an interactive scavenger hunt for added fun. Cash barbecue available. Live music by the Grumpy Old Men band (11 am to 2 pm).. 2100 Cabot St.Ottawa, ON K1H 6K1.. Event Details. Location: 2100 Cabot St., Ottawa

Father's Day Heritage Workshops

June 16, 2019 12:30 am to 3:30 pm. Treat the father figure in your life to a unique museum experience (or try your own hand at a new skill) with a heritage-inspired workshop. Workshop themes include woodworking, letterpress printing, gardening, and acrylic painting. Bring the whole family to the museum and enjoy fun and games on the grounds while Dad learns the ins and outs of his new trade.Workshop fee includes required supplies as well as a beverage (non-alcoholic) and light snack for the participant. Regular admission fees apply for visitors who are not participating in a workshop (museum will be open during normal operating hours for regular visitors: 10 am to 5 pm).Registration is required for the workshops. Please use the bar codes provided below.All that is fit to print (letterpress printing)Age: 18 and upCost: $50 per personBarcode: 1510744The 1920s saw the rise of daily newspapers and print was the main form of mass communication, rivalled only by radio. Learn the process of letterpress printing from composition to completed product. Take your printed piece home as a souvenir.*Space is limited. A minimum of 1 registered participant is required for the workshop to run.Wouldn't that be crate (woodworking)Age: 18 and upCost: $50 per personBarcode: 1510743From house frames to picture frames and from windows to stairs, using the proper joint is integral to sound construction. Explore carpentry in the context of the 1920s and 30s, learn more about commonly used joints, and put your knowledge to work building your own crate.*Space is limited. A minimum of 2 registered participant is required for the workshop to run.Gardening in small spacesAge: 18 and upCost: $50 per personBarcode: 1510745Home gardens were an important food source in the 1920s and 1930s. Growing fruits and vegetables at home meant saving hard-earned money for other expenses. What lessons can we learn from the era when it comes to gardening in our own small spaces from backyards to balconies? Learn skills for gardening when space is at a premium including garden towers and hanging gardens.*Space is limited. A minimum of 2 registered participant is required for the workshop to run.The Group of Seven - Acrylic painting workshopAge: 18 and upCost: $50 per personBarcode: 1510746Follow step-by-step as our instructor leads you through the creation of your own masterpiece inspired by the distinct style of the Group of Seven and our own unique museum landscape. *Space is limited. A minimum of 3 registered participant is required for the workshop to run.. 2940 Old Montreal RoadCumberland, ON K4C 1G3.. Event Details. Location: 2940 Old Montreal RoadCumberland, ON K4C 1G3, Ottawa

Glass Mosaic Workshop

June 15, 2019 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Create your own mosaic stained glass project with Trish Rossiter Meraki Mosaics (link is external) and learn more about how stained glass has been incorporated in local architecture. The mosaic design will be inspired by the birds that might call the museum grounds and surrounding neighbourhood home.Note: All supplies are included in the cost of registration. Participants in this workshop will enjoy a tour of Fairfields Heritage House and light refreshments will be served. It is recommended that participants bring a water bottle.A minimum of 3 participants is required for the session to run.. 3080 Richmond RoadOttawa, ON K2B 7J5.. Event Details. Location: 3080 Richmond Road, Ottawa

Ottawa Flower Market

June 15, 2019 10:00 am to 2:00 pmOn Schedule. Also July 20, August 17, September 21, October 12The Ottawa Flower Market will bring together local flower growers and the community in a once a month floral event from May to October. The vendors will bring their best, brightest and most fragrant displays of flowers to adorn the stalls.Following in the footsteps of the local slow food movement, several local flower farmers joined together to raise awareness of the availability of fresh, seasonal, sustainable flowers grown without added chemicals and air miles usuallyassociated with imported flowers. All are passionate about their land and environment.Whether you are a bride looking for exceptional flowers for your special day, a florist trying to source local blooms for clients, a business needing displays for events or someone searching for an appropriate floral tribute for a loved one, ourlocal flower farmer florists are here to help you.. 2 Spadina AvenueOttawa, ON K1Y 2B7.. Event Details. Location: 2 Spadina Avenue, Ottawa

Richmond Family Fun Day

June 15, 2019 10:00 am. Face painting, balloon sculptures, bouncy castles, live performances by rock the art's puppets, tim holland stunt ventriloquist and Kevin Smith magician! Children's play area, BBQ, cotton candy, snow cones, see poster for details!. 6121 Perth StreetRichmond, ON K0A 2Z0.. Event Details. Location: 6121 Perth StreetRichmond, ON K0A 2Z0, Ottawa