Unless you live without news access, then you have probably heard someone talking about the Ottawa area's newest street novelty-the $100 Hotdog, presented by DougieDog Hot Dogs. The Vancouver based restaurant announced the latest in fast food extravagance, the world’s first $100 hot dog. Are you ready to find out what could possibly make a hotdog worth $100? And how about it, are you ready to dish out $100 for this?
New Years is always a fun time; reminiscing stories from the past year while welcoming in a new year with friends and family is a tradition just about everyone looks forward to enjoying. If you have recently bought Ottawa area real estate, or moved to one of our Ottawa communities, then you have a long list of exciting New Years events to bring in the new year in your new home!
The Free Thinking Film Festival was started in 2010 in Ottawa to provide an outlet for filmmakers and moviegoers alike who are looking for an alternative to the ‘alternative’. The Film Festival has already drawn respected attention from the traditional film festival goers, and we are excited to have such a great event taking place right in our Ottawa communities!
The Ottawa Community Children's Storytelling Festival is back to the Ottawa area! Come enjoy artistic story telling that will entertain, mesmerize and enrich children and adults alike. Story sessions are offered for a range of age levels and on a variety of subjects, including personal stories about growing up, folktales, and tales about friendship, magic, and even ancient India!
Halloween is a cherished tradition that children look forward to and though the Ottawa real estate area is a wonderful and safe place to raise a family, you should always follow all precautions and local rules. For local Ottawa neighborhoods, the local police have passed out fliers and made appearances at the local Ottawa schools to share the following tips to help keep your trick-or-treaters, you, and your house safe:
Ottawa, Ontario Canada real estate is situated in a wonderfully family centered area that sill offers great entertainment for all the adults. Halloween is a great example of how diverse things to do in Ottawa can be; not only is there a wide variety of items for families and small children to enjoy, but there are also many fun night events geared just for us grown-ups.
Many range from fun charity parties to stylish dress-up to enjoying fine dinning on a spooky night. If you are moving to Ottawa right now or in the near future, be sure to check out these great Ottawa area events:
On Saturday, September 24th, the Starlight Children’s Foundation will host the 6th annual Walk for Smiles in the Ottawa Community. Presented by Cineplex Entertainment, the Starlight Walk for Smiles will take place at Vincent Massey Park with a BBQ style lunch to follow. Entertainment includes music by HOT 89.9 and great raffle and top fundraising prizes!