The list of events in the Ottawa Valley for Victoria Day Long Weekend 2015
April 17th 2015 until May 24th 2015
A found object is an already-existing object that is incorporated into art making. Some examples are natural finds such as bark, stones and driftwood; or recycled materials such as cloth, plastic or metal. Found art includes found objects. For example, painting an unrelated image on a sawblade does not count; using the sawblade as a bird’s beak in a larger piece does.
Entry fee: $10 per submission.
May 2nd 2015 until October 24th 2015
TIME TRAVELLER CAMP 2015 Opens May 2nd 2015 – Oct 24th 2015 Friday to Sunday only. Cost per child: $25.00 from Friday afternoon till Sunday at noon $15.00 Saturday noon till Sunday noon. Registration form and payment prior to arrival. Checks must be made payable to “Petawawa Heritage Society” Waiver must also be signed by parent or guardian. Please advise of any disabilities or medical issues prior to the visit. You can also register any day Tuesday – Saturday from June 2nd – Aug 29th 2015 Tel 613-687-5054 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
March 3rd 2015 until May 15th 2015
See Iroquois beadwork, both contemporary and traditional, and explore how this craft plays a vital role in preserving Iroquoian culture, yet still flourishes today. Thanks to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), this short-term special exhibit is on loan for the months of March & April