Festivals in the News
[Link: Ottawa Sun] Another addition to Winterlude this year is the new and improved Lansdowne Park. A number of indoor and outdoor activities will be taking place in the park and at the revamped TD Place.
[Link: Ottawa Citizen] But ice carving isn’t the only act in town this weekend, as Winterlude has come up with several brand new events. “A lot have to do with the three themes that we’re celebrating, the year of sport in Canada, the 200th ... read more »
[Link: Ottawa Citizen] Winterlude kicks off on what’s expected to be a snowy and windy Friday, an early taste of the events that will take us through two weeks and three weekends until Feb. 16.
[Link: Ottawa Sun] In it's 37th year the winter festival will get underway on Friday at 7 p.m. in Confederation Park, off Laurier Ave. and Elgin St.
[Link: Metro Ottawa] He’s is launching the first ever MEGAPHONO Showcase Festival featuring workshops, information sessions, engaging talks and, of course, live local performances from some of Ottawa’s top indie up-and-comers.
[Link: Metro Ottawa] The low-budget movies of the Bright Nights Baltic-Nordic Film Festival tend to be edgier, experimental and offer a glimpse into the culture of the region.
[Link: Ottawa Citizen] To add to Winterlude’s opening night festivities, Nordstrom has teamed up with Ottawa at Home magazine for an invitation-only fashion show on Jan. 30. Some 300 exclusive guests will get a sneak peek at this spring’s ... read more »
[Link: Ottawa Citizen] Net proceeds from the sale of the $20 calendars will go to the Ottawa Dragon Boat Foundation to help local charities, including the Shepherd’s of Good Hope and Children at Risk.
[Link: Ottawa Sun] Playing an event in Ottawa for the second straight year (Aug. 17-23 at Hylands Golf Course) is a big deal -- big for local golf fans, for charity and for the golfers who could wind up being the next Mike Weir, Graham DeLaet, ... read more »