Panel Discussion: Volunteer Management Every year thousands of individuals volunteer their time to support the festival, special event and fair industry in Ottawa. The role an event organizer plays in recruiting and managing their team of ... read more »
Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage (BCAH) program increases opportunities, through festivals and other events, for local artists and artisans to be involved in their community, and for local groups to commemorate their local history ... read more »
[Link: Globe and Mail] Three years after abandoning the promotion of Canadian leisure travel to Americans, the federal government is poised to jump back into that market to take advantage of the low Canadian dollar.
Presented by: Carole Anne Piccinin, Executive Director February 19, 2015 Hello, et bonjour. My name is Carole Anne Piccinin and I am the Executive Director of Ottawa Festivals. On behalf of Ottawa Festivals, I am pleased to address the ... read more »
[Link: Fast Company] But his day job isn’t the only thing Conley is passionate about. He has a side gig running Fest300, a site dedicated to curating the world’s best festivals, and creating a new kind of travel guide in the process.
[Link: ottawacommunitynews.com] At its annual meeting Jan. 28, the Carp Agricultural Society welcomed two new members and confirmed that Jolene Dickson and Dale Deugo will be the presidents of the 152nd Carp Fair. Laurie and Bruce Hill passed ... read more »
[Link: Huffington Post] However in recent years there has been a re-evaluation of the role of brands and festivals. The changing nature of audiences means that festivals have gone mainstream with a greater mix of ages, more families and more of the ... read more »
[Link: ottawacommunitynews.com] Six new directors have joined the 30-member Board of Directors of the Richmond Agricultural Society for 2015. The six who were elected to two-year terms at the Society's annual general meeting in Richmond on ... read more »
[Link: Ottawa Citizen] Chefs from 14 local hotels teamed up to dish out their best in support of the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa, a non-profit organization serving at-risk youth. The evening raised $25,000, which will help provide 5,000 meals ... read more »
[Link: dailyxtra.com] Ultimately, everyone wants the same thing, which is to see a successful Pride festival in 2015, and with the BIA’s support, things are looking good, Fraser says.