"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.
The internationally-renowned, nine-time Tony Award-winning musical Fiddler on the Roof illustrates the story of a Jewish family living in 1905 Tsarist Russia. Centered around a poor Orthodox Jewish fiddler named Tevye, his wife Golde and their five daughters, the story explores the question of marrying for love or financial security and how to preserve tradition in a changing world. The production's smart and gripping material is sewn through with iconic songs, including "If I were a Rich Man," and "Matchmaker, Matchmaker," renditions of which have made their way into film, popular culture and even contemporary music.
An evening ghost walk is a fun way to learn more about Ottawa's history. Departing from D'Arcy McGee's Irish Pub on Sparks Street, the lantern-lit tour explores graveyards and old haunts during the 90-minute walk. Scary stories, all true, are the only things that are going to jump out at you; there are no unexpected surprises en route. It is a great family night out. Wheelchairs are welcome, but some assistance getting over a few curbs may be necessary. See their website for further information.
Salome Leclerc is a singer/songwriter and musician who debuted her smokey folk rock sound with her 2011 album, Sous les arbes. After gigging around her hometown of Quebec and collecting a dedicated regional following, she made a steady ascend to the national stage at major events such asFestival d'été de Québec, where she revealed her follow-up record, 27 fois l'aurore.