Today sees the start of the March Madness NCAA Basketball tournament. I got my brackets in and hope you did too as not only is the deadline past but this weekend is kerrrrazzy with local activities. Pick of the Week? Well you know it has to be the Re-Opening Celebration at Bettye Hyde’s new digs the Carriage House. It’ll be going on with style on Saturday night.
If you are looking for great bargains stop by the Ottawa University Centre for the Annual Lost & Found sale today until 3PM. Cash only.
On this wonderfully wet and warm Thursday evening check out MustKitchen&Wine at 41 William in the Byward Market where they are taking double the “daily high” temperature off a bottle of wine until the end of March. Make sure to mention #winewarmsthesoul. So far today it’s 4 bucks off but if we hit the predicted high your looking at a tenner! “Must” thank the owner.
Friday night Cafe Nostalgica 601 Cumberland host former house act Timekode – it’s like they never left with Memetic, Zattar, Eric Roberts and Visuals by VJ Daisy.
Saturday on your bike! So to speak… CfsC Annual Spring Bike promises lots of speakers including Sarah Partridge of the Vanier cycling scene! The talk will be held at McNabb Comm Centre, 180 Percy, 12:30PM, FREE.
Saturday afternoon its the Bettye Hyde Grand Opening, Carriage House 43 Blackburn Ave. Not to be missed with lots of kid friendly stuff from 3-6PM and big-kid stuff from 6-11PM
Also on Saturday Vanier hosts the Festival of Local Food at 400 McArthur with exhibitors, films and workshops from 3-10PM.
If you’re looking for a Saturday night laugh head to the Ottawa Little Theatre on King Edward Ave for the comic stylings of Sean Cullen. With appearances on Leno, Comedy Central and much more this is a great act to catch just around the corner! 7PM 25$
More music to tempt you on Saturday night the Lunenburg continues their 4$ concert series with Jonathan Becker, The North Fields and more.