Join us on February 12 and 13 for FUSE, presented by GCTC. Tickets are available at the GCTC Box Office. bout the show:
Love, Interdependence, and iPads
A sensory feast of movement by dancers of all abilities.
On the road with the Propeller Dance Company has been an honour as well as an immense learning experience. Three words reflect the most recent trip to the inner-city of Toronto in a nutshell – the unexpected, the community, and the professionalism.CONTINUE READING
Propeller Dance adult training class, photo credit: Andre Marleau Join us for Community Day! Saturday, December 7, 2013 1:00pm until 4:30pm Richelieu-Vanier Community Centre 300 Des Peres Blancs, Ottawa, Ontario Bring your dancing groove and join the Propeller Dance community in an end-of-term celebration! Live music! Baked Goods, t-shirts and water bottles for sale! Later […]CONTINUE READING
Tara Brandel, a talented choreographer and performer did a two week intensive with Propeller Dance.CONTINUE READING
You’re invited to an evening where creative explorations are exposed in contemporary dance made with invited choreographer Tara Brandel.CONTINUE READING
Register now for the Fall session of Propeller Dance Classes New! A Seniors Class in the GlebeMonday Seniors (50+ a pilot project)September 16 to November 11, 2013 (No class on Thanksgiving, October 14)9:15 – 10:45 a.m. 8-week session at Abbotsford House950 Bank Street, OttawaInstructor: Liz Winkelaar Musician: Mark RehderTo Register: Phone 613-230-5730$80 Monday Adult Class [Currently […]CONTINUE READING
If you’ve been to Dusk Dances before, all you need to know is it happens this year from Thursday, July 11 to Sunday, July 14 with the music starting at 7pm and the dancing starting at 7:30pm.
If you haven’t been to Dusk Dances, you also need to know that it is in Strathcona Park and you will be very happy with yourself if you go.CONTINUE READING
If you are wealthy, you may be able to place the highest bid on one of these pieces of whimsical found object functional art. They are made by a gifted local artist. For these pieces he used rocks from the Bay of Fundy, wire coat hangers from a bin at Ottawa’s City Centre and burned […]CONTINUE READING
We’re grateful for these lovely pieces of loom knitting from Debbie Robillard of LivingSimplyCONTINUE READING
The Silent Auction will feature two paintings from local artist Michelle April. If you want to see more of Michelle’s art, some of it will be on display at Tennessy Willems (1082 Wellington St W) later in June. The vernissage is 4pm on Sunday, June 16.CONTINUE READING