CBC Television presents Cultural Secrets of Ottawa, Thursday, September 27, at 6:30 p.m.
Celebrate Culture Days with us! We asked well-known citizens from Ottawa-Gatineau to reveal their favourite cultural gems of the city. Discover unique cultural treasures that inspire and enrich our cultural community. What are yours?
We have secrets from: Amanda Forsyth, Mighty Popo, Ed Lawrence, Holly Larocque, Ian Keteku Mayor Jim Watson, Brian Kilrea, DJ Atherton, Claudio the Singing Soup Guy, Elvis, Little Ray.mov. And this one from... Danny Michel.mov
Some of our CBC personalities have secrets too! Get the scoop from Lucy van Oldenbarneveld, Meg Wilcox, Evan Solomon, and Robyn Bresnahan.
Cultural Secrets of Ottawa is hosted by Ottawa's own cultural gem, Julie Nesrallah, the mezzo-soprano singing sensation, and host of Tempo on CBC Radio 2.
Culture Days, is a Canada-wide event celebrating the arts. Get to know local artists, creators, and historians in Ottawa with free, interactive activities. CBC is the national broadcast partner of Culture Days.
For more information, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or visit the links below to find out more about the secrets we revealed on the show:
Ottawa Little Theatre, Poets' Pathway, Tech Wall, House of Paint, Gladstone Theatre, Moe's World Famous Newport Restaurant, Preston Hardware, Sambuza Village Restaurant, Mid East Food Centre, Champlain Statue, The Whispering Wall at Parliament Hill, Mackenzie King Estate, Minto Bridges, Musica at the National Arts Centre, Barbara Ann Scott Gallery, Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame, Fred Barrett Arena, Ottawa Kiwanis Music Festival, Ottawa Folk Festival, Cricket Pavilion at Rideau Hall, Richmond Fair, Carp Fair, Metcalfe Fair