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All weekend: Apple picking!
Fun! Might be time to start thinking about picking out some Pumpkins, too…
All weekend: Carleton University Butterfly Show
Nine-day show features 1,300 exotic butterflies, representing 41 different species worldwide.
All weekend: Pumpkinferno at Upper Canada Village
Might be worth a drive down to Upper Canada Village to see this display of around 7,000 hand-crafted pumpkins!
All weekend: Ottawa Sausage Fest
DELISH, nuff said.
Until Oct. 16: Fall Rhapsody at Gatineau Park
The fall foliage will brighten the Capital Region’s parks, pathways and shorelines with a spectacular display of colour—making this the perfect time to explore Gatineau Park and the Greenbelt.
Oct. 6-8: Fringe20 Encore series
Re-screenings of the films “JOE: The Perfect Man” and “Giant Invisible Robot.” Tickets are required.
Oct. 7-9: Expressions of Art 2016
Autumn is a glorious season – crisp days and bright colours. Thanksgiving is a time to gather, eat and share! Join the WCAS for Expressions of Art at the Carp Fairgrounds – a weekend long event filled with fresh work from local professional artists. Make it your destination for breakfast. Or an afternoon pre/post Thanksgiving dinner! There is something for everyone, with free admission and plenty of parking.
Join us for Ottawa’s largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament and Urban Jam in support of Auesome Ottawa and Hera Mission. 120+ teams from novice kids through men’s and women’s elite, DJs, live graffiti, African culture, a pro dunker and more. Be a part of our diverse celebration of basketball and urban life.
Oct. 8: Final Beechwood farmer’s market
Stop by for the last Beechwoof farmer’s market of the year!
First one of the year. Open to all, including non-uOttawa students.
Oct. 8-9: Chance Foundation ‘Craft of Giving’ Fair
Chance Foundation is holding it’s second annual craft fair; all the proceeds will go towards kids’ programs in the Ottawa community. Cost of entry is a minimum $2 donation. There will be entertainment, drinks, raffles, and more than 120 vendors! Come out and support this great cause, and get in some early Christmas shopping!