University of Ottawa Social Sciences building / FSS 4007
ARTIVISM: BlakCollectiv and spoken word poet, Brandon Wint, present: Artivism, an event dedicated to fostering a discussion of the critical consciousness that comes with the intersection of Black artistry and activism. The first part of the event will feature performances from a variety of artists. The second part of the event will be a moderated discussion which will examine the political challenges faced by Black people as well as Black artists, and how art is used to speak about and fight against oppression. ADMISSION: $10/ pay what you can at door.
Friday, September 4, 2015
7:00pm - 11:00pm
Georgetown Sports Pub - 1159 Bank St, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 3X7
Friday Night jazz Jam at Georgetown Pub. Host Band: Mango Upstart Sheila Green. Flute and vocals Susan Herbert. Congas and percussion John Graham. Saxes and vocals Richard Kowalski. Guitar Tim Leah. Drums Charles Shadeed. Bass. Host band plays form 7-8, then open jamm for musicians and vocalist, host band back 9-9:30. Open floor until 11pm.
Saturday, September 5, 2015
The Moonlight Bar & Lounge, 2583 carling Ave. in Ottawa, Ontario
"One Love - Support for Our Dominican Families" fundraising dance party. Tropical Storm Erika pounded the eastern Caribbean island of Dominica on August 27, 2015, unleashing flooding and mudslides that killed at least 20 people, left another 24 unaccounted for, and knocked out power and water supplies.Friends of Dominica in Ottawa want to help help with relief efforts by donating a portion of proceeds from this event. Music by: SWEET CHUNES | JUBA HYPE | MIKEY WIZDOM & special guests.ADMISSION: $10 before Midnight $15 after. Caribbean food on sale. Event sponsored by: MOONLIGHT BAR & LOUNGE | SOLID ROCK | CANJAMMUSIK | CARIBBEAN FLAVOUR. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org | Sweet Chunes: 613-227-1655.
Sunday, September 6, 2015
The Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank Street, Ottawa
Caribbean Night at the Atomic Rooster. music by DJ David Supersound (Ottawa) & DJ Calm (Montreal). Tickets: $10 adv., $12 at door. info: 613-850-0870 / 613-739-0070 / 613-569-1000
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Woodvale Pentecostal Church, 205 Greenbank Rd, Ottawa, Ontario K2H 8K9
Worship Nights - Ottawa. Bethel Music Worship Nights are coming to the North East USA + Canada with Steffany Gretzinger, Amanda Cook, Paul and Hannah McClure, Josh Baldwin and William Matthews. Our team is looking forward to experiencing God's presence together as we worship, share stories, minister and encourage. What to Expect: - Admission for evening worship event with early access - An intimate acoustic worship session, followed by an exclusive Q&A session with Bethel Music artists & team - 2-hour workshop with Bethel Music pastors. This life changing class will equip and empower you with tools to cultivate a kingdom culture in your life & community. For more info: email email@example.com
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Bytowne Cinema, 325 Rideau Street, Ottawa
Launch of 26th One World Film Festival and Ottawa Premiere of the documentary "Chameleon", by award-winning Canadian director Ryan Mullins. ABOUT THE FILM: CHAMELEON is a feature-length documentary about investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. Guided by three main principles of naming, shaming and jailing, Anas uses unconventional methods to expose wrongdoing at all levels of Ghanaian society. Watch the trailer at: www.chameleondoc.com Meet with festival organizers and find out more about the thought-provoking documentaries, panel discussions, and workshops featured in this year’s festival. Tickets are $10.00 and can be purchased in advance here: https://www.universe.com/owff2015launch Proceeds of the event will go to support the 26th annual One World Film Festival (September 24-26 at the National Gallery of Canada and September 27 at Saint Paul University). More info at: website at: http://oneworldfilmfestival.ca/
Saturday, September 12, 2015
Tudor Hall, 375 Bowesville Road North, Ottawa
Trinidad & Tobago (53rd anniversary) Independence Dinner and Dance. Admission: $70.00 (Buffet dinner). The evening promises to be both informative and entertaining. The Guest Speaker is Dr. Alfredo Walker, a Forensic Pathologist and a member of the TTAO, Steelpan performance by Jean-Sebastien Lacombe (Jay Ess) and our key entertainer will be Ms. Rhoma Spencer, a Trinbagonian born Toronto-based Comedienne and Raconteur. The C.L.R. James Scholarship Award will also be presented that night to two deserving students. A Silent Auction and Door Prizes will allow some of our guests to leave with interesting goodies and our resident D.J. David Super Sound will culminate the activities of the evening with a variety of music to keep you on the dance floor. More info & tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, September 12, 2015
Doors Open: 6:30 PM - SHOW STARTS @ 7:30 PM
825 Canterbury avenue Ottawa, On K1G 3A2
COMEDY SHOW: Anne Kanssime, Africa's "Queen Of Comedy" in Ottawa! Anne Kansiime is a talented award-winning a Ugandan entertainer, comedienne, actress, and writer. This Internet sensation who has been dubbed “Africa’s Queen of Comedy” owns/hosts the ‘Don’t Mess with Kansiime’ television show on Maisha Magic Channel 161. Website: http://kansiimeanne.ug/ See what they're laughing about at her Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/KansiimeAnne ADMISSION: Pre-sale $35 until Friday Sept 11, 2015 Regular $40 & VIP single ticket $65/ couple $120 (limited) - All VIP tickets includes table service food, drinks and priority seating with the possibility of a greet, meet & photo shoot. For VIP tables or tickets call: 1-613-797-1668 or 1-613-600-5303.Brought to you by Amuhire Mobile and Sponsored by Pilipili Grilled Chicken Restaurant
Saturday, September 12
Fourth Avenue Baptist Church, 109A Fourth Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1S 2L3
One Village - Fundraising Concert feat. Big Soul Project (BSP). One Village at a Time is the creation of Zimbabwean-born Chipo Shambare (also a member of BSP).The goals of One Village are health promotion, relief of poverty and education. The September 12th concert for One Village will help raise funds to ship books, supplies and vitamin supplements to the village of Timuri as well as the Chivaraidzo Home for Orphans and Vulnerable Children. Funds raised will also support one or two people to go to Zimbabwe to set up libraries and develop a train-the trainers initiative to improve health and well being in the community. Tickets: $20, Children 12 and under FREE
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Octopus Books Centretown, 251 Bank St. 2nd Floor
BOOK EVENT: CANADA IN AFRICA: 300 YEARS OF AID AND EXPLOITATION, Author Yves Engler in conversation with Kristen Shane, associate editor of Embassy-Canada's Foreign Policy Newsweekly. Yves Engler continues his groundbreaking analyses of past and present Canadian foreign policy. The author of The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy, and other works that challenge the myth of Canadian benevolence, documents Canadian involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, the “scramble for Africa” and European colonialism. The book reveals Ottawa’s opposition to anticolonial struggles, its support for apartheid South Africa and Idi Amin’s coup, and its role in ousting independence leaders Patrice Lumumba and Kwame Nkrumah. Based on an exhaustive look at the public record as well as on-the-ground research, Canada in Africa shows how the federal government pressed African countries to follow neoliberal economic prescriptions and sheds light on Canada’s part in the violence that has engulfed Somalia, Rwanda and the Congo, as well as how Canada’s indifference to climate change means a death sentence to ever-growing numbers of Africans. Yves Engler will be in conversation with Kristen Shane, Associate Editor of Embassy - Canada's Foreign Policy Newsweekly, after his talk, followed by Q&A and book signing This event is supported by the Institute of African Studies at Carleton University and Embassy - Canada's Foreign Policy Newsweekly.
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Marion Dewar Plaza, Ottawa City Hall, 110 Laurier Ave. W.
United Way Ottawa Launch in the Park. Celebrating the heroes that make Ottawa great! Featuring a live performance by Ottawa's own, two-time Juno award nominee, Jeremy Fisher. Meet the 2015 Campaign Co-Chairs. Be part of a unique fundraiser and become a Hero in someone's life. Delectable sandwiches and desserts from Art-Is-In Bakery. PURCHASE TICKETS: https://www.unitedwayottawa.ca/event-evenement/launch-in-the-park/
For event information, please contact Julie Lefrançois at email@example.com or by phone at 613-228-6896. To sponsor a corporate table or other opportunities, contact Sharon-Ann Lloyd at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 613-228-6727.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
7:00 to 9:30 pm
Bruyere Centre for Immigrants (Main floor), 219 Argyle Avenue, Ottawa
Urban Diversity Forum presents: THE FEDERAL ELECTION AND YOU: Asserting your rights, responsibilities & opportunities. An Evening of Awareness and Discussion focused on learning •how you can get involved in the 2015 Federal Election •the different roles you can volunteer for in a political campaign •how our political system works. If you want to get involved in the Federal Election or have your voice heard, this session is for you. Representatives of all major parties will be attending. We want to acknowledge the support of other organizations in organizing this event: Citizens Academy and the Pearson Centre for Progressive Policy. This event is free but registration is necessary:
Thursday, September 24
National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, K1N 9N4
2015 One World Film Festival: “Documenting Democracy” Hosted by Alan Neal (CBC Radio 1 All in a Day). PROGRAM: 6pm Introduction to 26th annual One World Film Festival; 6:20pm My Enemy, My Brother (Canada); 6:40pm Democrats (Denmark); 8:45pm Panel with Institute of African Studies. ABOUT THE FILM "DEMOCRATS": Camilla Nielsson’s "Democrats" follows members of opposing political parties in Zimbabwe, ruled by dictator Robert Mugabe since 1980, as they attempt to work collaboratively to develop their country’s new constitution. Come for the films and stay for the Panel Discussion on the political situation in Zimbabwe and our ever-changing understanding of democracy, with Carleton University professors Blair Rutherford (Director – Institute of African Studies), Andriata Chironda (African Migrations and Diasporas – Institute of African Studies) and Maxine Kamari Clarke (Global and International Studies – Law and Legal Studies and Sociology/Anthropology). Suggested donation: $15.
Friday, September 25
1:00pm - 9:00pm
Pineview Municipal Golf Course, 1471 Blair Rd, Ottawa, Ontario K1B 4S3
HERA Mission's First Annual Golf Tournament & Dinner. Fun, Entertainment, Prizes, Great Food & More! For golfers: $90 per person includes: 18 holes, Golf Cart, Gourmet Dinner, Cocktails, Prizes, Swap Bags, All Kinds of Treats and Surprises on the course. This is not your typical tournament!! Kenyan Market Place, African Music, Golf Skills Contests, Raffles, After Golf Massage, Make Up Touch ups, shopping. Non-golfers and Kids are Welcome: - Those who choose not to golf can join us for an afternoon of cocktails and treats of fun from 11 to 4 - Join us for dinner at 5pm Space is limited!! Book here: http://heramissiongolf.instapage.com/
Saturday, September 26, 2015
Shenkman Arts Centre, Harold Shenkman Hall, 245 Centrum Boulevard, Ottawa, ON K1E 0A1
Afro Cuban Celebration! Presented by: Miguel de Armas Quartet, Caridad Cruz and the Afro Cuban Association of Montreal. Afro Cuban Celebration is a journey of the Afro-Cuban music from its folkloric origins through different popular genres till the most contemporary ways of Afro Cuban jazz. A two-hours show that combines music, dance and poetry of Afro Cuban tradition. The main artist is the Cuban-born pianist based in Ottawa -Miguel de Armas- with his Latin Jazz Quartet (piano-bass-drums and congas). In this show they will be joined by the singer Caridad Cruz, and the choreographer/dancer Julio Hong with the Montreal-based Afro Cuban Association. ARTISTS: www.migueldearmas.com ; www.caridadcruz.com ; www.juliohong.com Afro Cuban Celebration will be a celebration of the African legacy, illustrating how the Afro-Cuban culture has navigated into a new context, settled and influenced some part of the urban landscape in Canada. Tickets (all-in price): Premium: $48.75 Regular: $38.75 Student: $23.75 (Act now! Student tickets are limited.)BOX OFFICE: 1-855-200-8247, business hours: Monday - Friday: 7am-9pm; Saturday: 8am-6pm; Sunday: 10am-6pm
Sunday, September 27, 2015
Lord Elgin Hotel
100 Rue Elgin St, Ottawa, ON K1P 5K8 (Parking at City Hall available)
Network of Black Business & Professional Women Invites you to Tea & Talk: Black Women in the Political Narrative. The Time is right to dialogue with candidates, organizers, stakeholders, and have a non-partisan acknowledgement of our history makers. Come! Connect! Inspire! Be Inspired! Price: $30.00 - Member;$50.00 - Member+1;$35.00 - Non-Member;$60.00 - Non-Member+1;$40.00 - All @ Door. Tickets : www.nb2pw.org Contact: email@example.com Elcho @ 613-422-9188 Irene @ 613-228-5457