Hopefully I won’t get to miss this event taking place on June 1, 2013.
This is their second year doing this.
For all you bike and fashion lovers, check out this event.
Here is a blurb of the event:
The 2nd Annual Vélo Vogue Bicycle Fashion Show is taking place on Saturday, June 1st 2013 at Kichesippi Brewery at 866 Campbell Avenue (off of Carling), which is raising money for Cycle Salvation.
This is not your average fashion show; it’s a bicycle fashion show!
Models will be wearing stylish and functional attire while riding bikes.
An event would not be complete without food, drinks, silent auction, a raffle, and much more.
If you have nothing to do on May 9th. (Yes I know it’s a Thursday night! :P)
Why not check out this event called J’Adart!
Here is a blurb about the event:
J’Adart is Ottawa School of Art‘s fundraising for 2013.
Guided by their motto “Teaching art to everyone”, OSA has been Ottawa’s leading centre for visual arts education in the region since 1879.
In honour of this amazing night, they would very much appreciate your attendance to a memorable evening like J’adart.
Creative Mornings Ottawa had their event at the Arts Court on 2 Daly Avenue.
The speaker they had was Harley Finkelstein.
He is an entrepreneur, lawyer, and the Chief Platform Officer (CPO) at Shopify. He has a background in startups and eCommerce, and started his first company at age 17 while a student at McGill.
It was a pretty interesting to check out.
Suzy Q Doughtnuts provided the food this!
Anyways here are the photos from the event.
Herd Magazine held their issue #3 launch at Mercury Lounge.
It was a takeover on all three levels at the venue.
In case you have forgotten, Herd Magazine is Ottawa’s free magazine.
Definitely was a huge success.
Here are the photos from the event.
For Jesse Dangerously and Little Stella photos, click here.
Ottawa’s School of the Photographic Arts (SPAO as it’s called) will be holding their annual portfolio show.
The vernissage will be on April 19th but the whole showing will run until April 26th.
This is their 8th year doing this!
Seems to be a very popular event to check out!
Here is a blurb on the event.
A compelling collection of photographic work by SPAO Portfolio students. This year’s exhibition pays tribute to classic photographic processes and explores nature and the environment, identity and self-discovery, and contemporary social issues, among other themes.
This exceptional and diverse exhibition of photographic achievement includes exhibition prints, bound photographic portfolios, and video.
Exhibition No. 8 is accompanied by Framed: In and Around the Photograph, a group exhibition on view at SPAO’s Redwall Gallery.
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Who doesn’t like a march and want to make things happen and better in this city?
On Wednesday, March 27th, McNabb is hosting a public meeting to review the preliminary concept for McNabb Park.
A skateboard park has been proposed as a component in this plan.
Come to Antique Skate shop on March 27th at 6pm to join us in our march down Florence to McNabb Community Centre where we will let the councilor and the city know that we want a permanent out door skateboard park in our community! Bring EVERYONE you know!
More info click here.
Here is a note from Councillor Diane Holmes of Somerset Ward
McNabb Park, located at the corner of Bronson and Gladstone, is an important park serving the Centretown community.
This well used green space is slated for redevelopment this summer and I will be hosting a public meeting to review a preliminary concept plan for McNabb Park.
Some of the proposed components in the plan include a dog park area, new play equipment, mini-soccer field, an outdoor skate-park and a community garden.
Please join us to provide your input on this exciting proposal:
If you have any questions in the interim.
Please do not hesitate to contact the office or the Project Manager, Patrick Legault, at 613-580-2424 ext. 13857
Creative Mornings Ottawa had their second 2013 event in just one month.
This time it took place at the lovely Hintonburg Public House in City.
The speaker was Dave Arnold of Mr.Sign.
He talked about monetizing your business.
It was a really interesting and colourful (to say the least) discussion.
One of the best speakers at Creative Mornings Ottawa!