Things to do in Ottawa this Weekend! – beginning November 1st, 2018
November in Ottawa begins with a full weekend of autumn activities! Here is a list of activities happening in and around Ottawa this weekend, beginning November 1, 2018:
- Cheer on the Ottawa Senators as they play on Thursday November 1 against the Buffalo Sabres; Sunday, November 4 against Tampa Bay Lightning; and Tuesday, November 6 against the New Jersey Devils; all at the Canadian Tire Centre.
- Watch the Ottawa REDBLACKS as they play their final regular-season home game against the Toronto Argonauts this Friday, November 2 at TD Place!
- Bring your kids to the Children’s Storytelling Festival on Saturday, November 3 at the Nepean Centrepointe Library for a day of storytelling magic! FREE!
- Celebrate the Day of the Dead in traditional Mexican fashion at Lansdowne on Saturday, November 3 with a parade, costumes, displays, activities, and more.
- Enjoy a Celtic concert at the Shenkman Arts Centre this Saturday, November 3 as the Sons of Scotland present a musical performance Scotland Tonight.
- Vegans flock to Lansdowne this weekend as the Ottawa Vegan Market on Saturday, November 3 highlights vegan food, products, and services.
- Rogers Hometown Hockey makes its way to Ottawa! Enjoy fun activities on Saturday, November 3 and Sunday, November 4 at Algonquin College with a live broadcast on Sunday, November 4. FREE!
- Enjoy great musical performances this weekend with The Eleventh Hour: The Armistice Centennial – A Musical Commemoration at the Canadian War Museum on Saturday, November 3 and Music at the Museum: We Will Remember at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum on Sunday, November 4.
- Check out the Ottawa Vintage Clothing Show at Carleton University this Sunday, November 4 for lots of unique finds.
- The National Gallery of Canada hosts a chamber music concert at Music for a Sunday Afternoon on Sunday, November 4. While at the gallery, be sure to check out the special exhibition Anthropocene, on now through to February 2019.
- Some Remembrance Day programming has already begun or begins shortly, with the multimedia presentation The Edge of Peace in Confederation Park beginning on Sunday, November 4, the projection of the names of those who lost their lives in WWI onto the Government Conference Centre as part of multi-year project The World Remembers, and with the projection of commemorative poppies onto Centreblock at the Virtual Poppy Drop.
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