It’s hard to believe that winter will be ending this month and Spring is just a couple of weeks away. I don’t know about you, but my parka and winter boots are begging to be put away and never touched again until Christmas.
To keep you occupied while the snow melts, there are some great things happening this month and here is a quick overview of some of the events that you can attend in the next couple of weeks. Ps. all of these events and their details are displayed in our calendar section!
1. 13th DiverCiné Film Festival (Mar. 7 – 15)
Calling all film lovers! Bytowne Cinema on Rideau St. will be screening films by different francophone filmmakers. These films have been chosen for different international film festivals. So if you appreciate a well-made movie and want to celebrate these individuals creativity, this is the perfect event for you! Tickets are sold at the door! For information on ticket prices, check out the official website of the Canadian Film Institute.
2. Zoom At Sea (Mar. 17 – 19)
Have Kids? Or feel like one at heart? Odyssey Theatre on Chapel Street is putting on a puppet show called Zoom at Sea. This show is filled with adventure and mystery and has multiple dates so be sure to check it out! You can get your tickets from the event page of Odyssey Theatre.
3. Maple Sugar Festival (Mar. 23 – 29)
If you’re a true Canadian you won’t have to think twice about attending this event! The Maple Sugar Festival is coming to town. Each day of the festival offers something different but every event is sure to be a sweet one! Check out details about individual days of the Maple Sugar festival’s official event website.
4. Charity Wine Auction (Mar. 27)
Do you LOVE Wine? Consider yourself a sommelier of sorts? Then this is the event for you! There will be a wine auction at Ottawa’s City Hall where you can bid on different bottles of wine while enjoying Wine & Cheese before the auction. Check out the official event website to purchase your tickets.
5. Earth Hour (Mar. 28)
This event doesn’t really have a location because, well, it’s everywhere! On March 28th between 8:30 and 9:30pm, everyone is encouraged to turn their lights off in support of taking action on a big issue we have today – climate change. So make sure to turn those lights off and try living by candlelight for an hour to support this great cause.
We hope you liked this list of things to do in Ottawa this month. Let us know in the comments below what events you attend as winter comes to a close – have a good one!