If you would like to experience
writing and music with a definitive Spanish flare, in a cozy coffee house
setting, then El Dorado is the place to be.
Events take place the last Friday of every month from 8:00 p.m. at the
prestigious Folk Cafe, Rasputin's, 696 Bronson St. (www.rasputins.ca). Each reading features an “open mic" for poets, prose
writers and musicians.
For more information, please contact Luciano P. Diaz, by phone at (613)
521-9610, or Rasputin’s at (613) 230-5102, or via e-mail at LucDiaz@rogers.com , or visit El
Dorado’s website: http://www.eldorado-boreal.ca/
Long considered our sister series,
Tree meets at the same location as Sasquatch, the Royal Oak II pub, 161
Laurier Avenue East in Sandy Hill, in the basement, the 2nd and 4th Tuesday
of each month, summer included. Doors open at 7:30PM. Open Mic starts at
Admission is free.
The Tree Reading Series gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the
City of Ottawa.
For more information, contact Rhonda
Douglas, or check http://www.treereadingseries.ca/
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts which last year
invested $17.6 million in writing and publishing throughout Canada.
remercions de son soutien le Conseil des Arts du Canada, qui a investi 17,6
millions de dollars l'an dernier dans les lettres et l'édition
à travers le Canada.
Tree's supporters include the Canada
Council for the Arts, the League of Canadian Poets, various other publishers,
including Insomniac Press, the weighty financial supporter, the City of
Ottawa and an enthusiastic literary crowd.
Tree has been in Ottawa at various pubs, cafes, and even an old fire hall
The popular Dusty Owl Reading Series began in the early nineties in the
heyday of Ottawa open mike poetry readings, and for five years it held forth
in the late and lamented Cafe Wim on Sussex in the Market. In 1999, the
series went dormant, and was recently revived. The original series was
committed to showcasing the best in local Ottawa talent, and featured writers
like Warren Layberry, rob mclennan, Stephanie Bolster, and many other
talented Ottawa writers.
Current Location: The Lookout, 41 York Street, in the Byward Market
Chaudiere Books at The Dusty Owl Reading Series
Since their regular location, Swizzles, isn't completely renovated yet,
the reading will take place at The Lookout Bar, 41 York Street in the Market
lovingly hosted by special guest-host James Moran
for more information, check out the Dusty Owl website or
www.chaudierebooks.com ; be there
for Dusty Owl's third anniversary!
Admission is free. Donations will be lovingly accepted. Please bring
donations of cash and food for The Ottawa Food Bank. A limited edition
hand-printed copy of the poster will be available to anyone who brings 10 or
more food items.
Click here to access the Dusty Owl
website for more information, including readings schedule, submissions for
Collected Works Events
1242 Wellington Street West,
For further details, go to the events page at www.collected-works.com
The Tea Party
I am the owner of The Tea Party.
The Tea Party is a cafe with a quiet and laid back atmosphere. We sell
primarily teas and coffees and offer paninis, salads, and desserts. The Tea
Party is in the Byward Market, at 119 York St., and could be a great place for
students to hang out the explore their artistic talents.
Every Wednesday evening following, we are going to have an open mic poetry
night. The event will begin at 6:30
CoffeeHouse.ca at Brixton’s
Members and Friends,
CoffeeHouse.ca will be having New Monthly Events in
Ottawa, starting on
Wednesday October 5th at Brixton's British Pub, 8pm!!!
The events will take place every first Wednesday of each
Brixton's, which is located at 210 Sparks Street (corner
with Bank St.),
Ottawa. Brixton's also offers great food and a lot of
drafts and is right downtown.
CALL FOR ARTISTS, MUSICIANS, WRITERS, PERFORMERS, OPEN
Please contact me, Cristian, at CSA@CSA1.ca to be a part of the
coffeehouse.ca events each month!
Cristian S. Aluas
new location: CAFE DEKCUF (221 Rideau Street,
upstairs, across from Record Runner)
More information available at:
the Factory Reading Series
at Gallery 101, 236 Nepean Street, Ottawa
lovingly hosted by rob mclennan
For more information, bother rob mclennan at 613 239 0337 or email@example.com / or
check out the span-o link at www.track0.com/rob_mclennan
Capital Slam is held at Universe City Lounge on the second Friday of every
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit our website at
All readings take place at the Manx Pub (370 Elgin St; 231-2070) on Saturdays
at 5:00 pm. Seating is not guaranteed. Sponsored by the Canada Council for
the Arts, Alexander Keiths Pale Ale, and the Manx Pub.
For more information:
ONE TIME EVENTS
information provided at this time