Issue 613 Volume 3 Number 113
It’s Tuesday, September 20, 2022 and now that Atlético Ottawa is number one, it's time to commence the bandwagon jumping. Check out this goal from Sunday.
Get ready: we're opening nominations for our 3rd Annual Best of Ottawa awards tomorrow. We're looking for the best in Ottawa's food, cultural, and public service scenes – and we need you to make our nominations all encompassing.
Let us remind your of our rules: it's called the Best Of Ottawa, but your nominations can be from the city of Ottawa, la ville de Gatineau, the Ottawa Valley, or the Outaouais; we only shortlist organizations that are headquartered in this area (for example, you may love Second Cup coffee but as it's headquartered in Montréal it's ineligible for nomination); and the person, place, or thing that you're nominating must be current (don't nominate a gig you attended in 2017).
The link will go up tomorrow. We want you to ruminate overnight.
Cookies and Jazz
▪️The 2022 Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign will be donating $1 from the sale of the seasonal cookies to more than 500 charities across Canada. In Ottawa, $1 from each Smile Cookie sold will be donated to the Snowsuit Fund, which purchases warm snowsuits for kids 15 and younger from low-income families. Last year the Smile Campaign raised more than $207,000, enough to provide snowsuits for 4,100 children. It’s a great cause, and the cookies are yummy. Win-win.
▪️Ottawa Jazz Festival is looking for three arts-passionate volunteers for its Board of Directors.
▪️Ottawa Tool Library presents Home Plumbing Demo Night that cover everything from an overview of home plumbing systems to draining systems, pipes, and the tools you’ll need for home plumbing jobs. If you’ve ever wondered how to stop a leaky pipe, this is the demo for you. Bring your questions and your mask.
▪️Faculty of Public Affairs at Carleton U: FPA Currents Lecture: The Power of Hope in a World of Challenges at the Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre 355 Cooper St. The featured speaker, author and activist Maude Barlow will discuss her new book Still Hopeful, which pushes back on the prevailing pessimism of our world.
▪️You can still get passes and single tickets for the Ottawa International Animation Festival, running September 21 through 25. The festival offers screenings, talks, and networking opportunities.
▪️Ottawa Tool Library is looking for Workshop Instructors. If you have wood working skills and the desire to make a bit of extra money, get in touch.
Deals of the day
Bridgehead is offering free shipping across Canada on orders of $45 and over of coffee beans, pods, and grinds of your choice.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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