Things to do in Ottawa this Weekend! – beginning July 26, 2018
The final weekend of July brings with it lots of great activities across Ottawa! Here is a list of activities happening in and around Ottawa this weekend, beginning July 26, 2018:
- Check out the brand new Escape Manor experience, Alibi, available now! This mix of escape game and interactive theatre brings groups through the ByWard Market neighbourhood to prove their innocence – available select dates until the end of September.
- AGWÀTÀ continues this weekend in Gatineau! This spectacular water show continues nightly until Sunday, July 29.
- Chamber music comes to Ottawa! Today through to August 9, check out the 25th anniversary of Chamberfest with performances at venues across Ottawa from artists like Angela Hewitt, Marc-André Hamelin with Quator Danel, Z.E.N. Trio, and many more.
- Enjoy concerts at the Rideau Carleton Raceway and Casino on weekends this summer, including this Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28 with a performance by the Material Men! FREE!
- Friday, July 27 to Sunday, July 29 enjoy the sights and sounds of Chinatown at the Ottawa Asian Fest Night Market, on Somerset Street in Chinatown! FREE!
- This weekend is another busy one at Lansdowne, with the Indonesian Festival 2018 (FREE!) and Full Moon Yoga (FREE!) on Friday, July 27, the Ottawa Fury FC playing the Louisville City FC on Saturday, July 28, and the Fury Fun Day with a 5-on-5 tournament on Monday, July 29.
- The Casino du Lac-Leamy welcomes le Festival du grand Gatineau, beginning this Friday, July 27! Until Sunday, August 5, check out great country acts on indoor and outdoor stages.
- Car lovers can head to Wesley Clover Parks this Saturday, July 28 for the Canadian Capital Classic Car Show to see some sweet rides!
- Celebrate the opening of the new exhibition Courage and Passion: Canadian Women in Natural Sciences at the Canadian Museum of Nature with a “living library” event where visitors can chat with women working in the sciences on Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, July 29. The exhibition lasts through to March 2019.
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