Saturday, April 4, 2015
EIGHTY FIVE, 85 O’Connor St.
Admission $10.00 before 11:00pm
NO DIGGITY! It’s the ‘90s R&B & THROWBACK partaaay that’s cooler than the other side of the pillow baby! Featuring a special tribute to Teddy Riley & Blackstreet. Soundtrack by MACE . KAM . D-TRAIN. Age: 30+. For VIP Booths & Bottle Service call 613-590-1588 or email EbonyIvoryLifestyle@gmail.com
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
6:00pm -9:30pm (dress - formal/semi-formal)
Brookstreet Hotel, 525 Legget Dr., Ottawa, ON K2K 2W2
The 27th Commonwealth Dinner (previously called the Humanitarian Dinner) An opportunity for companies and global citizens to demonstrate their support for worthwhile causes in Canada and Commonwealth countries, and to network with individuals and diplomats from the Commonwealth Countries in Ottawa. Hon. Jason Kenney, Federal Minister - Keynote Speaker.
Adrian Harewood (CBC TV news anchor) - Master of Ceremonies.Feat. Dinner, complimentary host bar and auction. Proceeds to Doctors without Borders (i.e., Ebola), and RCS Ottawa Commonwealth Education Fund. Tickets: RCS Member $100; Non-Member $150.00; Student $80.00
Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/rcs-commonwealth-dinner-tickets-15440556119 Call: Dr. Peter Meincke at 613-692-2785 or Julianne Davidson at (613) 741-9974 for more information.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
6 pm to 8:30pm
Fox & Feather; 283 Elgin St, (Upstairs), Ottawa, ON K2P 1M1
Network of Black Business & Professional Women Spring Mixer in the Market. Spring is in the Air! Join us for our Spring Mixer in the Market. Networking and Member Profiles. Bring plenty of business cards. Door prizes Cost: Member $5 and Non-Member $10. *** Not including food and refreshments.*** Networking activities guaranteed to meet and greet.*** Please bring your business cards. RSVP: email@example.com. Tickets: Buy your tickets here: http://www.nb2pw.org/portfolio/
Saturday April 11, 2015
9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Public Service Alliance of Canada, 233 Gilmour Avenue, Ottawa
SEMINAR: The Trinidad and Tobago Association of Ottawa (TTAO) has collaborated with the National Institute of Jamaican-Canadians, the Racially Visible Action Committee, the Jamaica (Ottawa) Community Association, Jaku Konbit, the Guyana Ottawa Cultural Association Inc., the St Vincent and the Grenadines Ottawa Association and Black History Ottawa to host a Health and Wellness Seminar. The goal of the seminar is to provide much needed information on services that are available to members of our community. Topics to be presented includes: Cluster Living, Support for Family Caregivers, Budgeting, Estate Planning and Fraud Prevention and “I did it my way” – Are you ready?. Admission is free. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. More Info: 613-834-1718, 613-523-9085, 613-567-0600 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Saturday, April 11
The Centurion Conference & Event Center, 170 Colonade Rd. South, Ottawa, Ontario K2E 7J5
Third Annual Fro-Caribbean Cotillion. What is an Afro-Caribbean Cotillion. The Afro-Caribbean Cotillion is a formal ball at which young women of African or Caribbean descent are presented to the greater community after training and guidance by Mentors who are specialist in their field of mentorship. The vision of The Afro-Caribbean Cotillion is a modern combination of the African and Caribbean rites of passages and values creating a valuable and unique experience that emphasize positive social interaction, showing respect to others and increased self-confidence for young women of African and Caribbean decent in an ever changing society. HIGHLIGHTS: Presentation of 2015 Protégés; Grand Cotillion Dance by Protégés and Cavaliers; Cultural Interlude; elegant three-course dinner; Keynote address by Ms. Samantha Smith (ACCA 2014). Master of Ceremony: Ms. Toni Francis. Music by DJ Kane. Advance tickets: $50 Cultural Arts Studio of Afro-Caribbean Dance 613-863-3495 or online at www.afrocaribdance.webs.com
Sunday, April 12, 2015
Ashbury College Theatre, 362 Mariposa Avenue, Rockcliffe, (Bus No. 1).
Drumming Your Dreams - Rwanda Movie & Live Drumming & Dancing. The Capital Grannies and the Baobab Youth Performers invite you to a fundraiser for The Stephen Lewis Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign and the Baobab Community to the screening of “Sweet Dreams - Rwanda” and the Baobab Youth will drum and dance at the Tickets ($20 includes ice cream) available at:firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or at door.
Sunday, April 12
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Glebe-St. James United Church, 650 Lyon Street South, Ottawa, Ontario K1S
GSJ Young Artist Series - "Yesterday and Today", featuring Ottawa pianist John Dapaah. Tickets: $10 Adults/$7 Students-Seniors.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Le Troquet, 41, rue Laval, Gatineau (Hull), Que.
In celebration of the 55th anniversary of independence of the Republic of Senegal, Becsenart presents "Music & Sabar", featuring Oumar Ndiaye with Pape Sallou Tall, Fa Cissokho, Sadio Cissokho and guest artist Élage Mbaye. Admission: $10 (advance), $15 (at the door). Ticket sales & reservations: 819-205-0181
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
6:00pm - 7:00 pm
HUB Ottawa, 71 Bank Street, 6th floor, Ottawa, ON K1P 5N2
Chapbook Launch & Poetry Reading feat. A Greater Whole, by Shery Alexander Heinis. Signed copies of the book will be available for $5. refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by April 15, 2015 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Dinner served at 7:00PM
Margaret Rywak Community Building, 68 Knoxdale Rd. Ottawa
Sierra Leone Community Association (SLCA) Ottawa presents: Sierra Leone's 54th Independence Anniversary dinner & dance. Music by DJ Johnny Smooth. Tickets: Adult $25.00 & Children $10. Cash bar. Contact for tickets: Monty Domingo: 613-355-8360 Patricia Domingo: 613-614-0238