Ottawa, ON. - A busy Spring in the Nation’s capital!
Thursday June 20
Fringe Festival Starts – June 20-30
2 Daly Ave. Look no further than the 54 productions being staged in 2013 to see what a year of growth this has been for the Ottawa Fringe. Mathematicians confirm that for the first time it is physically impossible to see every show in ten days!
TD Ottawa International Jazz Fest
Upholding its original mission, the TD Ottawa International Jazz Festival continues to celebrate the over-a-century-old conversation that is Jazz. This year’s festival, the 33rd incarnation, builds on the momentum generated in the last few years, featuring incredible artists.
June 20 to July 1, 2013 – Confederation Park – Elgin Street
Dragonboat Festival Starts – June 20-30
Mooney’s Bay Park on Riverside Drive.
Maxville Fair – June 20-23
35 Fair Street, Maxville, ON
Emerson Drive is playing Saturday
Friday June 21
The Snowsuit Fund – Bash En Blanc
The New 105.3 Kiss FM is proud to present Bash En Blanc in support of the Snowsuit Fund.
9 pm - 1 am: Government Conference Centre – 2 Rideau Street
Spencerville Heritage Fair
Event Schedule and locations – http://www.spencervillemill.ca/uploads/6/0/5/2/6052920/heritage_fair_handout.pdf
Summer Solstice Aboriginal Arts Festival & International Competition Pow Wow 2013
The Summer Solstice Aboriginal Arts Festival has been providing families a unique opportunity to experience and celebrate the diverse Aboriginal cultures of the National Capital Region.
Friday, 5 to 10 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 9 pm
Vincent Massey Park
Festival Gatineau En Arts
Symposium with more than fifty professional visual artists. A few arts institutions will be there as well. For all those curious minds who would like to see the art in all its visual aspect. Booth in the sun, street entertainment…
Friday to Sunday, 7 to 9 pm
Maclaren Park, Buckingham Avenue, Gatineau
Saturday June 22
Smiths Falls Healthy Living Festival
The Healthy Living Festival has something for every age, with activities and competitions designed for everyone from toddlers to seniors
Downtown Smiths Falls
Ottawa Veg Fest
Veg Fest and Yoga Fest will be held on Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm, indoors and outdoors on the campus of Saint Paul University (on Main Street).
Potty Rocking in the Park
World Class Rock CHEZ106 proudly supports Potty Rocking In The Park. Potty Rocking In The Park is an outdoor family music festival to raise funds for portable washrooms in Carleton Place playgrounds, by a volunteer parent group.
4PM -10PM: Riverside Park, Carleton Place
New Exhibition: In Search of the Canadian Car
This exhibition presents unique automobiles from the Canada Science and Technology Museum’s rich collection as well as memorabilia and promotional materials. Cast your vote for the most Canadian car, while kids turn work into play as they build cars in the factory-themed play zone.
9 am to 5 pm – Canada Science and Technology Museum – 1867 St. Laurent Boulevard
Saturday June 22
The Service Salute to Soldiers Ride
The Service Salute to Soldiers ride is a charity ride for Wounded Warriors Canada and The TEMA Conter Fund for PTSD. Ride 220 kms from Quinte West (Trenton), ON to Renfrew, ON. On June 22 ,2013 we will ride 160 kms to Petawawa and back. Details: www.sssride.com
Sunday June 23
Merrickville Motorcycle Show & Shine
The 4th annual Merrickville Motorcycle Show & Shine is held from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Main Street West.
Proceeds from the event go to the CHEO Telethon.
Friday June 28
North Dundas District High School Reunion
More details can be found at www.nddhs50.ca
Saturday June 29
Lanark County Food Bank Food Drive hosted by The Mills Community Support Corporation, based out of Almonte (support individuals in their home who live with intellectual disabilities). Event will 11a-2p at the Mike Dean”s grocery store in Almonte. For more details contact Tracy Cassalman at 613-256-1242
Help Joey Dube win Canada’s Best – A “Car Crazy” Contest
You can vote for him/his car by logging on to www.canadasbest.ca . Voting ends June 16th, 2013!
Boston Strong Fundraiser
Purchase a Boston Strong baseball cap and support the victims of the Boston Marathon. Photos available upon request. Contact Craig McCormick for details CMCCORMICK@TELUS.BLACKBERRY.NET