Sunday, September 3, 2017
The Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank Street, Ottawa
Big People Party, presented by D Caribbean & Friends.Dance the night away to the music of David Supersound, Sunshine Int'l, and a surprise guest DJ. Advance tickets: $10. Info 7 tickets: 613-850-0870; 613-739-0070; 613-327-4819
Saturday, September 9, 2017
40 Colonnade Road, Ottawa
The Cultural Arts Studio School of Afro-Caribbean Dance Grand Opening Community Celebration! Wear your national dress or colours and dance your way into the ribbon-cutting ceremony of Ottawa's first artistic space dedicated to the sharing and preservation of African and Caribbean culture through Arts & Wellness programs! More info: 613-863-3493
Saturday, September 9, 2017
12 PM - 5 PM
Vincent Massey Park, Riverside Dr at Heron Rd, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B7
The Taste of Africa team invites you to experience the sights, sounds and food that the rich continent has to offer! Free Admission
Sunday, September 10, 2017
1pm - 7pm
Vincent Massey Park, 719 Heron Rd., Ottawa On K1S 5B7
St. Vincent & the Grenadines Annual BBQ. A day of fun, food (on sale) and entertainment (DJ David Supersound). This is a family event so bring the entire family and enjoy a day in the park.
Monday, September 18, 2017
7 PM - 10:30 PM
Cineplex Cinema Lansdowne VIP, 325 Marche Way, Unit 107, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5J3
Giants of Africa the Film: Can Sport Really Change the World? Award-winning Canadian filmmaker Hubert Davis turns his lens on the work of Giants of Africa and basketball camps organized in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and Rwanda, which are aimed at helping youngsters develop their skills in basketball and as the next generation of community leaders. At the core of this award winning film, is the notion of using basketball as a tool to create lasting change and to empower others to dream big, while growing the game in Africa. A native of Nigeria, Toronto Raptor’s President, Masai Ujiri’s love for basketball paved his way to becoming the first African- born General Manager for a major North American sports team and he never forgot his roots, or the opportunities presented to him. The film follows a journey across four African countries....and one especially close to Peggy Taillon Founder of HERA Mission and her son Devlin Kenya. If you love basketball, or any sport for that matter and you believe that sport can change the world you'll be inspired by the stories of the young men whose lives are transformed at the Giants of Africa Camps. Check out the trailer here:
Friday, September 22, 2017
First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa, located at 30 Cleary Ave.
ARTS NIGHT, featuring poet & writer Karl Gordon. K. Gordon ( a.k.a. KG ) is a former educator and stage manager both in Jamaica (17 years) and in Canada ( 23 years) – 1953- 1993. He is one of the co-founders of the Ottawa-based Theatre group Third World Players – best known for its stage performances, radio interviews and rehearsed readings. TWP’s motto is: Service to the Community. KG prefers to remain an “unknown” except when appearing in public in support of worthy causes. Other guests: painter Alberto Agraso (visual artist) and guitarist Jason Bailey (musical artist)
Friday, September 22, 2017
8:30 PM to Sep 23 at 12 AM
Blacksheep Inn, 753 Riverside Drive, Wakefield, Quebec J0X 3G0
Insatiable Album Release Rewind Party. Opening act: RBC Bluesfest Blues/Soul Female Powerhouse, Bella Cat. $7 advance tickets. $10 tickets at the door. Door opens at 8:30pm. Show starts at 9PM!
Find tickets at: www.theblacksheepinn.com
Saturday, September 23, 2017
6 PM - 9 PM
Glebe Community Centre, 175, Third Avenue
FUNDRAISER: USoup Dinner #2 - "Ideas in the fast lane". USoup Dinners provide you with a unique forum to select among the most innovative project ideas from members of Ottawa's Black community, and to invest seed funding in these projects alongside other community members to make these ideas a reality. As a USoup Dinner guest, your $10 admission gets you soup, salad, bread and a vote. Your vote will decide which one of four (4) project presenters will go home with the money collected at the door (goal is minimum of $1,000). Project ideas can be in areas such as the arts, urban agriculture, social justice, entrepreneurship, education, science, technology and more.... USoup Dinners are fun, interactive, 'impactful' community gatherings where your ideas matter and your vote counts.
What is USoup? Ujamaa Soup, or simply USoup is a grass-roots organization that empowers the black community by investing in the innovative ideas of our community members. To learn more, follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/USoup-Ottawa-376598422727446/
Sunday, September 24, 2017
10am - 6pm
Horticulture Building, Lansdowne Park
Barbados Day - Ottawa Welcomes the World, presnted by the High Commission of Barbados. A signature event of the Ottawa 2017 year of festivities. FREE ADMISSION. Exhibition includes: Live Performances, Tourism Information, Investment Opportunities, Barbadian Products, Art & Craft, Food & Drink, Oistins Culinary Experience, Activities for Kids and lots more. Be sure to stop by the Barbados (Ottawa) Association's booth where we will be selling decadent Traditional Bajan Desserts/Pastries. One lucky person will win a Trip for 2 to Barbados. For more information contact: Barbados High Commission at 613-236-9517 or email@example.com
Monday, September 25, 2017
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
The Red Lion Public House, 47 Clarence St., Ottawa, ON K1N 9K1
Future of Diversity in Canada, hosted by Canadian International Council.The Canadian International Council National Capital Branch is excited to announce our first Politics at the Pub event of the 2017-18 season - a lively debate about the future of diversity and multiculturalism in Canada. The panel discussion will feature Senator Ratna Omidvar (an internationally recognized voice on migration, diversity and inclusion), Hindia Mohamoud (Director of the Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership), and Andrew Griffith (author of ‘Multiculturalism in Canada: Evidence and Anecdote’ and ‘Policy Arrogance or Innocent Bias: Resetting Citizenship and Multiculturalism’), and will be moderated by Jennifer Ditchburn (Editor-in-Chief of Policy Options magazine). Tickets are only $5.00 for CIC members and $10.00 for non-members, and include a glass of wine or beer. They can be purchased online on Eventbrite, with a limited quantity also available at the door.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
19:00 - 21:00
Delegation Of the Ismaili Imamat, 199 Sussex Drive, Ottawa
The MasterCard Foundation Presents: The Walrus Talks Africa's Next Generation (Ottawa). Get your tickets now for The Walrus Talks Africa's Next Generation in Ottawa! Join us and hear seven speakers for seven minutes each on the next generation of African leaders, education access and equality, youth, gender equality, social justice, and more. FEATURING:
• Osaa Ahmed, former business owner, administrator and asylum-seeker, new refugee claimant, Canadian Muslim Women's Institute volunteer
•Miguel Orlando Chiau, MasterCard Foundation Scholar, Quest University
• Marie Merci Ishimwe, MasterCard Foundation Scholar, University of Toronto
• Luizer Njoki Mburu, MasterCard Foundation Scholar, UBC
• Amos Odero, Associate Program Manager for Financial Inclusion, The MasterCard Foundation
• Chidi Oguamanam, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa
• Violette Uwamutana, Country Director, DOT Rwanda
and more! Tickets available on Eventbrite website - General Admission: $21.80 / Student/Senior: $13.32. Ticket sales end on Sep 26 at 6 PM
Saturday, 30 September 2017
Sunnyside Wesleyan Church, 58 Grosvenor Ave, Ottawa.
Good News Christian Ministries Benefit Concert. Rev. Ernie Cox is the pastor at McPhail Memorial Baptist Church, 249 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa, where they can enjoy his wonderful talents weekly. The London Trio + recently released their new CD, LTP, which we like enormously, and the privilege of seeing them in person is a great joy. There will be refreshments after the show when you can mingle with the artists and other listeners to Good News in the Morning. There is no cost to attend the concert; however a free-will offering will be taken up which will be used entirely for keeping Good News in the Morning on the air every Sunday on 580 CFRA.
Please invite your friends via our Facebook event page bit.ly/2unpUWI
Saturday, September 30, 2017
7:00pm Good Eats | 8:00pm Loungin' | 9:00pm Text Me | 9:30pm Beat The DJ | 10:00pm Jokes | 11:30pm The After Party with DJ Mace
Kinki Lounge Kitchen, 41 York St., Ottawa (Byward Market)
YOW International COMEDY KITCHEN: The Season Premiere. Featuring: JAY MARTIN & BIG NORM. Hosted by ALASTAIR McALASTAIR & BEE PLUS. Beats by MACE.L.O.L to JOKES by the Country’s top comedians and International guests. Enjoy GOOD EATS created by special guest chefs. BEAT THE DJ and name that track for amazing prizes. Play TEXT ME and check your phone for your complimentary bottle service voucher. Experience an AFTER PARTY like no other.
Welcome to the YOW INTERNATIONAL Comedy Kitchen!