Archives for Ottawa Events

November 16 – 18: Things To Do

  Welcome the snow with the great events taking place in Ottawa! Enjoy one of the Santa Clause Parades, DJ Skate Night at TD Place, 613flea and the Ottawa Comicon: Holiday Edition. Click here for a full list for events.  
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Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget  This Sunday, November 11th is Remembrance Day. If you are looking for an event to help commemorate and show your respect to those who have sacrificed for our country, see the list of Ottawa-based events below.   The National Remembrance Day Ceremony at the National War Memorial, put together by the Royal Canadian Legion, downtown Ottawa from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. The Virtual Wall of Honour and Remembrance, from 9:00 am – 10:00 am, displays photographs of late veterans before the Veterans Parade (departing from Parliament Hill). The National Arts Centre is presenting a special free
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Halloween: Ottawa Events!

It’s almost Halloween! Make it a spooky weekend filled with ghosts, vampires and ghouls with any of the great events taking place this weekend. Try Frightfest at Saunders Farm, Skreamers at Proulx Maple & Berry Farm, and Acres of Terror. Click here for a full list of spooky events!  
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Things To Do October 19 – 21

  Liven up your weekend with thrilling events like Haunting Season & Frieght Fest at Saunders Farm, Incident at the Bunker, and Haunt Nights at Watson’s Mill. If you’re looking for something a little less spooky, enjoy events like Splash’N Boots LIVE and live music in the city. Click here for a full list of events.  
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October 12-14 Ottawa Events

  There’s many fun events taking place this weekend that the whole family will love. If you’re looking for ideas, check out the Ottawa Fury games, the Metcalfe Farmers’ Market, Paranormal Investigation of the Mill, the October West Beer Fest, or the Ottawa International Burlesque Festival. You’ll be sure to find an event that piques your interest! Click here for a full list of events.  
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Fun Things To Do This Weekend to Kick Off Fall

  Kick off the first day off Fall tomorrow with some fun events and activities happening around the city this weekend. There’s plenty of fun for everyone, like the Carp Fair, Night Shift at Watson’s Mill, the REDBLACKS Family Day Game, or the Canada Army Run. Click here for a full list of events.  
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Things to Do During the Last Long Weekend of the Summer

It’s the last long weekend of the summer, Ottawa. If you aren’t getting out of the city or heading to a cottage, there’s plenty of events happening here to make your weekend! Enjoy the Latin American Parade or head to Beachburg for a whitewater rafting adventure! Click here for a full list of events and activities.  
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Things To Do in Ottawa This Weekend

Ottawa has many exciting events and activities taking place this weekend, August 24th – 26th. Not only is there The Capital Fair, and festivals (like Lumiere Ottawa), but there will be an outdoor showing of Jurassic Park on Sparks Street! There will be something for everyone to enjoy this weekend. Click here for full event list.  
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Checklist: At least 40 things you should do in Ottawa before summer’s over (2018 edition)

OttawaStart.com, BY OTTAWASTART STAFF · AUGUST 16, 2018   We’re nearly halfway through August and the summer is just flying by.  But there’s still a lot of hot days and sunshine left. Here’s a list of 40 or so things you should check out before September. Go see Northern Lights and/or do yoga (Wednesdays at noon) on Parliament Hill. Ride your bike on a parkway during Nokia Sunday Bikedays. Have another beer (maybe for just a buck?) on another patio. Buy fresh food at a local farmers’ market. Visit a local winery or brewery. Take a road trip to Almonte or Merrickville or Perth or Wakefield or even Cornwall. Go
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Things To Do in Ottawa this Weekend

If you’re looking for something fun to do with family and friends, there’s plenty going, so enjoy another busy weekend! From the Casino du Lac-Leamy Sound of Light Fireworks Competition, the Vanleek Hill Fair, and enjoying live bands at the Hopped and Confused Beer, Music and Food Festival – there’s something for everyone! Click here for the full list of events.  
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