No cover, reservations recommended
Soft, smooth & soulful jazz. It promises to be an entertaining and very satisfying evening for your palate with sensational, fresh sushi.
Part of the Wasabi Restaurant & Sushi Bar summer jazz series.
SSQ performs smooth jazz ballads & Latin jazz to capture your heart ...
Michele Castonguay (Vocals) – An inspiring new jazz singer in the Ottawa scene. She will warm your heart with her voice, and thrill you with her fresh interpretation of the most well-loved Jazz Standards.
Navigation through a city is a personal experience. It varies depending on transportation, routine and lifestyle. Urbanism refers to how people in cities navigate and engage with their environment. It seems fitting for this body of work, which shows O'Neill's interaction with a city, allowing the viewer to see through her eyes.
Join us at Steak Modern Steakhouse Lounge on Canada Day for a special brunch, lunch, and dinner menu! Show your Canadian Pride in style, at a steakhouse that's so Canadian, we almost called ourselves Bacon!
Join us at the Cabin on Canada Day Weekend for:
The MEGA Country Night, with a mechanical bull and bikini buckoff on Thursday, June 28th
Cabinstock with the Fevers and ilvekyo on Friday, June 29th
Smitty live on the big stage on Saturday, June 30th
Join us at the Drink on Canada Day Weekend for:
Super Sexy Slushy Fridays with free Smirnoff Vodka Slushy Samples from 11 pm-12 am and Red Bull Slushies all night long on Friday, June 29th
The Red and White Light Party with free red and white glow in the dark necklaces and bracelets on Saturday, June 30th
The Crazy Canada Day Celebration, Patio Party starts at 3 pm (no cover to start the day) and free Canada Day tattoos and swag all day and night long on Sunday, July 1st
Join us at the Whiskey Bar on Canada Day Weekend for:
The Whiskey Girl Finals and The Canadian Tuxedo Denim on Denim Party on Friday, June 29th
The Annual Pre-Canada Day Bash: The Austin Powers Edition on Saturday, June 30th
Canada Day at The Whiskey Bar (doors open at 3 pm) on Sunday, July 1st
The duality of being a hyphenated Canadian is at the heart of Takeuchi's work. Balancing Act continues the theme of embracing conflicting views: the artist’s early difficulties of acknowledging his Japanese heritage and his subsequent acceptance of it. Abstract forms jostle with images from old Japan. While the paintings represent an uneasy search for harmony and balance between the two worlds, they are ultimately a celebration of his dual heritage.