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Monday Special Blend
Monday March 18th, 2019 with Trish Bolechowsky and Joel Elliot
Chris Ronald. Angela Saini. with Mitch and Megan. Corin Raymond. All the goodness is here!!

Retirement Plan
Chris Ronald - Fragments Canadian

March 24th, 4:30 pm
House concert at Lottie's
tickets at
My Once Upon a Time
Angela Saini - Hope on the Stereo Canadian New

7:15 chat with Angela Saini
Fri, Mar 22 @ 8:00PM
Angela Saini is at Vibration Studios, 5488 Osgoode Main St., OTTAWA, ON
with Pat Johnson and Ray Harris
tickets $15

Also at a Songwriter Showcase
Sat, May 4 @ 8:00PM Batstone's Northern Ramble, 45 Railway Avenue, RENFREW, ON

Prairie-raised, Toronto-based roots artist Angela Saini is all about second chances and empowering others. Her ability to combine humanistic and honest themes laden with catchy hooks and memorable melodies make her entertaining as well as relatable. With two European and five Canadian tours under her belt, Angela is a 2017 Toronto Independent Music Award Winner and BBC Radio has called her “massively talented.”
Black Sheep
Angela Saini - s/t Canadian

released November 2, 2018
Angela Saini - Vocals, Guitar
Francois Martin - Guitar
Jeff Scale - Bass
David Sufrin-Disler - Drums
Guillermo Subauste - Keys and Percussion
Megan Lawrence and Mitch Brule join us in the studio after 7:30 am
Megan and Mitch are involved with Hope Heals

Hope Heals is a charity fundraising campaign organized by Algonquin College public relations (ACPR) students. All funds raised will be donated to the Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma (the Centre). Their goal is to raise $25,000 for the Centre while also creating awareness of the charity and its mission.

Hope Heals is a fundraising campaign lead by students and faculty from the Algonquin College Public Relations (ACPR) program, in keeping with the program’s custom of choosing a valuable local charity and launching fundraiser efforts on their behalf each year. This year, the ACPR students under the “Hope Heals” campaign (a student branded campaign) will be hosting multiple events, starting in March, to raise funds and awareness for The Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma (CTSACT). The objective of the Hope Heals campaign is to raise awareness and money for the Centre.

The Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma is a charity that strives to enhance the health and well being of all people in the community through: group, couple, and one-on-one therapy. The Centre offers a multitude of services such as, group therapy, individual therapy, couples’ therapy, and dialectal behaviour therapy. With a weekly intake of 50-70 people, they have services tailored to meet the needs of every person they help, while still only having 14 employees.

Murder on the Frontier Charity Dinner
Thursday, March 21, 2019
7:00 PM 10:00 PM
Lone Star Texas Grill (map)
Enjoy a murder mystery and a fajita dinner. All proceeds will be donated to the Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma.

Please join us March 21st at 7pm for a charity murder mystery dinner hosted at the St.Laurent Lone Star. There will be a silent auction, live interactive entertainement, 50/50 draw and photo booth. Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite or directly through Samantha Thompson at (613) 790-4555. Purchase your tickets and become part of the mystery!
Tickets: $50.00
For more information please visit:

A Tea-Lightful Afternoon
Sunday, March 24, 2019
12:30 PM 3:00 PM
Moscow Tea Room (map)
Join us for high tea, and make a difference in the Ottawa community while enjoying a delightful afternoon! Come dressed in your Sunday best!

Upon arrival, guests are invited to enjoy a mimosa while exploring the silent auction items and venue. A full-service high tea will then be served tableside at 1 p.m., most dietary restrictions can be accommodated with appropriate notice. The silent auction features donations from local businesses, including the National Arts Centre, RBC Bluesfest, Roadtrip Clothing Store, Ottawa Escape Manor, the Keg, Starbucks, and more. A photo wall and photographers will be present to make the experience as memorable as possible.
If you wish to be seated with other attendees who are buying their tickets separately, please send us a quick message!
The event is part of the Hope Heals campaign in support of the Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma. Therefore, 100 per cent of the proceeds from the event will go directly to the centre.
A Tea-Lightful Afternoon is generously sponsored by RBC Dominion Securities Ottawa Preston, ExcelHR, Tim Hortons, and Mark Motors Ottawa.
Tickets: $50.00
For more information:

Paint and Sip Night
Monday, March 25, 2019
6:00 PM 9:00 PM
Westboro Legion (map)
Join the Algonquin College public relations program for a paint and wine charity night. The Hope Heals campaign is raising money in support of the Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma.
All tickets include one drink and a take-home canvas. In addition to the paint night a silent auction table will be set-up as well as a 50/50 raffle.
Tickets: $45.00
For more information:

The Office Trivia Night
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
9:00 PM 10:00 PM
Hooley's Pub (map)
Are you a connoisseur of The Office? How well do you know Jim, Pam, Dwight and Michael? Find out if you got what it takes!

Test your knowledge about The Office (U.S.) and find out if you can answer trivia questions about this beloved show.
Drink, eat, laugh and enter for a chance to win some amazing prizes.
All while doing so in the name of charity!
Tickets: $10.00.
For more information:

and many more events!!
T. Thomason - s/t Canadian New

part of The Launch, season 2
Two Words
Retrofile - . Canadian

Edmonton twins Luke and Noah Martino
Sullen Girl
Fiona Apple - .
Grandpa's Wedding Ring
Chris Ronald - Fragments Canadian

March 24th, 4:30 pm
House concert at Lottie's
tickets at
Hard on Things
Corin Raymond - Hobo Jungle Fever Dreams Canadian
at 8:10 am we speak with Corin Raymond

Friday, March 22nd at Bar Robo SOLD OUT

Hobo Jungle Fever Dreams (released March 3rd, 2016) was nominated for the Juno Award 'Contemporary Roots Album of the Year'.
Morning Glories
Corin Raymond - Hobo Jungle Fever Dreams Canadian
Good News
Corin Raymond - Hobo Jungle Fever Dreams Canadian
Dark Eyes
Django Libre - . Canadian
All of Me
Django Libre - . Canadian

Created in the 1930s by the legendary two-fingered guitarist Django Reinhardt, Jazz Manouche or Gypsy Jazz blends American Big Band swing with the exotic sounds of European Gypsy folksongs.
Django-libre approaches this style with a modern sensibility, technique and a love for this music. Their passionate improvisations and rhythms reward both listener and dancer alike. The band has performed for many years at the Ottawa Jazz Festival as well as various jazz venues in the Ottawa area such as Café Avant-Garde, The Rainbow, Irene’s pub, the Petit Chicago and Bar Robo.

Playing Bar Robo on Thursday!

Django Libre
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Bar Robo
692 Somerset St. West, Ottawa
10$ at the door
Chris Ronald - Fragments Canadian
Interactive CKCU