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The energy, the atmosphere, the live music – Oh My! In continuation to celebrate our big 4-0 at OSCA we wanted to up the ante with our annual art show. To make it a little bit bigger and concentrate on artists across our lovely city of Ottawa. If you joined us on June 17th, you would have seen 16 artist/creator vendors selling all different types of creations from hand-made jewelry to sand timers to glass creations to beautiful alcoholic base canvas art, to so much more! We even had a few Canterbury High School visual arts students selling their creations next to our food vendors: Yummy Cookies, Bombay Gardens Indian Food and The Hot Potato Company.Wednesday, 20 June 2018 09:13
The FCA (Federation of Citizens' Associations of Ottawa) will honour Old Ottawa South resident Ed Kucerak at the FCA AGM on June 20, 2018, in recognition of Ed Kucerak’s exemplary photography and reporting of Re-imagining Brewer Park - Overwhelming Turnout to Public Consultation on Brewer Park’s Future.Monday, 18 June 2018 21:37
The loss of mature trees in Ottawa’s residential neighbourhoods, and failure to replace them, has reached a crisis situation due to the intensity and rapid pace of infill housing, urban development, and climate change. City policies, by-laws, internal procedures, and enforcement practices intended to regulate tree removal and encourage tree replacement have not kept up. The result is a significant degradation of the urban environment that affects human health and hamper's the municipality's ability to adapt to the effects of climate change. A new website, Tree Action Now, sponsored by the Greenspace Alliance and others, brings together three strategic actions on this issue:Monday, 18 June 2018 06:22
Trees are amongst our most generous neighbours, providing shade and shelter, cooling, windbreaks, and even fruit. We need to protect our valuable old trees and add young ones. We face the loss of trees via construction/ development, emerald ash borer, as well as ice storms, wind, and other weather. Our urban canopy is under duress!Sunday, 17 June 2018 13:09
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Ottawa Antique Market at 1179 Bank Street. With over 10,000 square feet of space, the Ottawa Antique Market's 26 vendors offer a wide variety of collectibles, vintage items, as well as rare and valuable antiques. The upcoming Business Beat article in the July/August 2018 OSCAR will include a more in depth feature on the market.Sunday, 17 June 2018 08:19
Repertoire and arrangements for viola and piano by Bach, Benjamin, Bloch, and Bowen played by violist Marcus Thompson and pianist Tomoko Inui.
A reading of Maurice Ravel’s endearing opera-fantasy about a haughty child learning compassion from his toys performed by Danielle Vaillancourt, mezzo-soprano; Susan Elizabeth Brown, soprano; Kathleen Radke, soprano; Cara Gilbertson, soprano; Carole Portelance, contralto; Jeff Boyd, tenor; Yanik Gosselin, tenor; Jean-Sebastien Kennedy, baritone; Roland Graham, director.