On Sunday, October 14th OSCA held our annual Fall Fest at Windsor Park. We had a blast celebrating our favourite season with the community.
The October concert of the Music at Trinity concert series features the Ottawa Guitar Trio comprised of Nathan Bredeson, François Lacelle, and Alexandre Bougie. They are preparing a wonderful program of classical music gems and music composed for some of our favorite movies, in a guitar trio setting. Since, for the most part, the music they will perform was not originally composed for three guitars, one had to arrange the music and adapt it to this new medium. For most of the program, the music was arranged by the members the trio themselves and one can appreciate the level of artistry it takes for someone to arrange a score conceived in some cases for a full orchestra to a smaller setting such as a guitar trio.
Join us on Sunday, October 14th for OSCA's Annual Fall Fest! Read more to find out about this year's event:
Join us from 10 am- 4:00 pm at the Firehall on Sunday, November 25 for a display of over 40 vendors!
We are now FULL for this year's show. If you'd like to join the waiting list of vendors please contact oscaprograms [AT] oldottawasouth [DOT] ca.
Stay tuned for the names and details of our vendors as we get closer to the date of the show, that information will be posted here.
Seniors from Capital Ward are invited to explore housing options at this free event with Councillor David Chernushenko and Bonnie Schroeder, Council on Aging of Ottawa Director of Age-Friendly Ottawa.
Concert details for the Master Piano Recital Series (MPRS) 2018-2019 season are now available. Performances take place at Southminster United Church, Bank Street at Aylmer Avenue.
The series kicks off Friday, October 12, 2018 with a concert by Sofya Gulyak featuring works from Chopin to Prokofiev.
An opportunity to learn more about the toxic impact on our bodies of personal care products, cleaning products, and more: a public dialogue on the future of chemical policy in Canada with Dr. Lanphear, Simon Fraser University ( “Little Things Matter” video series), and Erica Phipps, Director Children’s Health and Environment. This is a free event.
A Company of Fools returns to Windsor Park with the ever popular Torchlight Shakespeare Series – bringing Shakespeare to Ottawa parks all summer long! Now in its sixteenth year, this season’s Torchlight production is the farcical romantic comedy Twelfth Night – one of Shakespeare’s most beloved works.