We rang in the new year over the weekend and the Fairlawn Dental Center would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy and successful 2017. As many may already know, Canada is celebrating its 150th birthday this year, and Ottawa is the place to be for all of the festivities and fun. Dr. Jaleel, having been an Ottawa Nepean dentist for over 20 years, is excited to share with you a list of the not-to-be-missed activities planned for this year.
Imagine skating down a slippery slope filled with twist and turns, bumping shoulders with your competitors. It is not for the faint of heart, but you can enjoy the excitement as a spectator this March at the iconic locks of the Rideau Canal, overlooking Parliament Hill and the famous Chateau Laurier. Playing a high-impact sport like this, a sport mouth guard will protect your teeth against impact. Call us to book an appointment to get one today, before an accident happens.
Big fan of music? Come celebrate the best in Canadian music in Ottawa. The Capital will come alive with an unprecedented celebration of Canadian music. Canada’s musical elite will descend on Ottawa for a week of celebrations, culminating in the 46th Annual JUNO Awards at the Canadian Tire Centre on Sunday, April 2nd, 2017, hosted by none other than Michael Bublé. In addition, JUNO Week will be filled with musical performances, workshops and other activities that will showcase the diverse array of talent and genres that define Canada’s vibrant music scene.
Food lovers, rejoice! Heighten your senses at Sky Lounge, an exclusive culinary flight of fancy that will take you 150 feet in the air to discover Ottawa’s fine dining like never before. Treat yourself to Andaz Feast+Revel’s Chef Stephen La Salle and his team’s appetizing creations — while enjoying a spectacular view of the nation’s capital. Love food, but missing teeth can make the experience less enjoyable. Contact us about getting dentures at the Fairlawn Dental Center, with Ottawa’s best dentist, Dr. Jaleel.
Are you ready to see something out of this world? A North American first, La Machine will captivate audiences with its ambulatory urban theatre on the streets of downtown Ottawa from July 26 to 30, 2017. The production company, based in Nantes, France, is world-renowned for its extraordinary, large-scale machines.
The 105th Grey Cup Festival kicks off on Tuesday, November 21, 2017 and runs through Sunday, November 26, 2017 at Lansdowne, Ottawa’s sport and entertainment destination. The Festival will transform our city and our site, and will include a number of free and ticketed events, that reflect Canada’s rich and diverse traditions, for fans from coast to coast to enjoy. Our Festival will showcase our city across Canada and around the world with events, performances, live music and activities that build a sense of pride and unity and showcases Canada’s culture.
Canada’s diversity is an integral part of its history, its heritage, its pride…its DNA. This is why we are inviting embassies and high commissions to mark their country’s national celebration at the Aberdeen Pavilion and the Horticulture Building in 2017. This series of world-class cultural events will promote and strengthen ties between nations on the occasion of Canada’s 150 anniversary.
All residents are encouraged to join the festivities and thus, dive into a unique multicultural atmosphere. Indulge yourself in food tasting, musical celebrations, artistic performances and more!More