Wtorek, 26 czerwca 2018

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1987 - 2018
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W dzisiejszym wydaniu
- Kalendarz Ottawski
- Canada Day Celebrations
- Wspólne kibicowanie polskim piłkarzom na Mundialu 2018 w Domu Polskim SPK w Ottawie: Polska - Kolumbia
- Komunikat Komitetu Pomocy Studiom Polskim na Uniwersytecie Ottawskim
- INVITATION: Centenary Oak of Latvia - planting ceremony in Ottawa - 5 July at 10:00 a.m. Strathcona Park
- Dyplom dla Agnieszki Wardy
- Wiadomości z Internetu
     - Linki do stron internetowych z wiadomościami


Kolejne wydanie Komunikatów spodziewane jest około 7 lipca.

Pogoda dla Ottawy
https://weather.gc.ca/city/pages/on-118_metric_e.html

Znakomita pogoda na Canada Day weekend! Może trochę za ciepło, ale bez deszczu!
Nie zapomnij o częstym piciu napojów,
sun screen, może parasolka...





Kalendarz Ottawski


Zgłoś wydarzenie wysyłając e-mail na adres: redakcja@komott.net



Kalendarz Ottawski w skrócie
  • 28 Czerwiec 2018, czwartek,  godz. 10:00:  mecz Japonia - Polska - Impreza w Domu Polskim Odwołana
  •   7 lipca 2018, sobota, godz. 9:00 - Doroczne obrączkowanie jaskółek w Nepean Sailing Club Nepean Sailing Club, 3259 Carling Ave. (mapa)
  • 14 lipca 2018, sobota, godz. 9:00 - Doroczne obrączkowanie jaskółek w Nepean Sailing Club Nepean Sailing Club, 3259 Carling Ave. (mapa)
  • 20 - 22 lipca 2018 - Capital Ukrainian Festival - 952 Green Valley Crescent, Ottawa (map)


28 czerwca 2018,  czwartek, 10:00 -  Wspólne oglądanie meczu Polska - Japonia  ODWOŁANE
Adres: Dom Polski SPK, 379 Waverley St.

Ottawski Klub Sportowy "Białe Orły" przeprasza.
Impreza odwołana z powodów technicznych.





7 lipca 2018,  sobota, godz. 9:00  - Doroczne obrączkowanie jaskółek - Purple Martin Banding
Adres: Nepean Sailing Club, 3259 Carling Ave. (mapa)

Tegoroczne obrączkowanie jaskółek odbędzie się w soboty 7 i 14 lipca 2018
w Nepean Sailing Club, 3259 Carling Ave (mapa).

Sesje obrączkowania rozpoczynają się o godzinie 9:30.

Zapraszamy miłośników przyrody i nie tylko...


 



14 lipca 2018,  sobota, godz. 9:00  - Doroczne obrączkowanie jaskółek - Purple Martin Banding
Adres: Nepean Sailing Club, 3259 Carling Ave. (mapa)

Więcej informacji poniżej w "Obrączkowanie jaskółek - Purple Martin Banding".




20 - 22 lipca 2018,  piątek - niedziela  - Capital Ukrainian Festival
Adres: 952 Green Valley Crescent, Ottawa, ON K2C 3K7 (map)



Friday July 20, 2018 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Saturday July 21, 2018 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Sunday July 22, 2018 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Singing, dancing and live music / Ukrainian food village and beer garden / Marketplace / Entertainment and nightlife / Cultural workshops and demonstrations / Church tours and sacred music choirs / Children’s activities / Semi-Classical Concert Series

Check for more details and updates at http://CapitalUkrainianFestival.com/

 



Canada Day Celebrations



Canada Day 2016
Sunday, July 1, 2016

Take part in the nation’s biggest birthday party on July 1!

The Nation's Capital is the headquarters for Canada's birthday celebration. Each year, hundreds of thousands of people visit Parliament Hill, Major's Hill Park, Jacques-Cartier Park, and other locations in the surrounding areas to celebrate Canada. This year marks Canada's 151st birthday.

On July 1, join us in Ottawa–Gatineau to celebrate Canada’s birthday!

Canada’s Capital Region buzzes with activity, as Canadians from across the country flock to the Capital to show their national pride.

The festivities take place on Parliament Hill, in downtown parks and on the streets. Witness the ceremonies, take in the musical talent from across the country, see the fireworks — and more!

On July 1, Parliament Hill draws thousands of Canadians dressed in red and white. The Canada Day festivities on the Hill run from morning to night—ceremonial events, shows, activities, fireworks and much more! Enjoy the good cheer as Canadians from across the country come together in the Capital to celebrate Canada’s birthday.

The biggest Canada Day party takes place in Ottawa each year on July 1, with live entertainment, family activities and spectacular fireworks! And this year, Canada’s Capital is hosting a weekend-long celebration on Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1, 2018. Take a look at these highlights and plan your long weekend getaway to Ottawa for the 151st Canada Day celebrations. And yes, it’s all FREE!

Znakomita pogoda na Canada Day weekend! Może trochę za ciepło, ale bez deszczu!
Nie zapomnij o częstym piciu napojów,
sun screen, może parasolka...

THREE OFFICIAL SITES

Though celebrations are taking place throughout the Ottawa area over the weekend, official Canada Day weekend events are held at the following three official sites:

  • Parliament Hill: The centrepiece of Ottawa’s downtown landscape, the political and cultural heart of the city, and the main site for Canada Day festivities.
  • Major’s Hill Park: Conveniently located just a few minutes’ walk from Parliament Hill, between the Fairmont Château Laurier and the National Gallery of Canada, this beautiful green space features family-friendly programming and performances.
  • Canadian Museum of History: Enjoy indoor and outdoor live entertainment at Canada’s most visited museum, conveniently located in Gatineau, Quebec, just across the Ottawa River from other official Canada Day sites.

PROGRAMMING

A diverse selection of top and emerging Canadian musicians will be performing at official Canada Day sites over the weekend. A preliminary list is below. Canadian Heritage will release concert schedule details and additional programming information shortly.

Major’s Hill Park

  • June 30: Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, Andréanne A. Malette, River Town Saints, Silla and Rise, Rise Ashen, and more
  • July 1: Noubi Trio, The Beaches, Logan Staats, La Bronze, Jacobus, Charlotte Cardin, Yao, Miss Shelton

Parliament Hill

  • June 30: As preparations get underway for the July 1 festivities on Parliament Hill, the site will not feature official programming on June 30 (though rehearsals will be taking place on the outdoor stage).
  • July 1: Arkells, Lights, Brigitte Boisjoli, Ruth B., Iskwé, Jean-Marc Couture, Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, Klô Pelgag, DJ Shub, The Dead South, Queen Ka, Rose Cousins, Martina Ortiz Luis, Boogát 

CANADA DAY FIREWORKS

Around 10:00 p.m. on July 1, the 15-minute President’s Choice® Canada Day pyromusical fireworks show will be launched from Nepean Point (near the National Gallery of Canada and the Alexandra Bridge). The accompanying soundtrack is 100% Canadian! (Keep in mind the fireworks show is weather dependent.)

Best viewing spots

Parliament Hill is not necessarily the best place to see the fireworks, as the Parliament Buildings can block part of your view. Consider these alternatives:

  • The central loop of Confederation Boulevard which runs along Wellington Street, MacKenzie Avenue, Sussex Drive in Ottawa, as well as Laurier Street in Gatineau
  • Major’s Hill Park, overlooking the Ottawa River
  • The lawn of the Canadian Museum of History along the Gatineau side of the Ottawa River (note: the Alexandra Bridge, which links Ottawa to Gatineau, is closed to vehicles as of 6:00 a.m. and to pedestrians and cyclists as of 9:00 p.m. on Canada Day—subject to change without notice).

GETTING AROUND

Over the Canada Day weekend, various roads are closed to traffic and parking is very limited as locals and visitors of all ages gather in downtown Ottawa (Canadian Heritage will release road closure details shortly). So it’s best to get around on foot, by bike, or by public transportation. Take advantage of the free supervised bike stations at Major’s Hill Park and the Canadian Museum of History.

ACCESSIBILITY

All official sites (Parliament Hill, Major’s Hill Park and the Canadian Museum of History) are accessible to people with special needs.

Note that dogs and pets are not permitted at Canada Day official sites (exceptions are made for service dogs).

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CANADA DAY WEEKEND IN OTTAWA

For the most up-to-date official Canada Day programming details and updates, visit the Canada Day website.

And to know more on what to expect, how to get around the city and how to prepare for your Canada Day visit to Ottawa, consult our Canada Day Packing Guide.

SHARE THE FUN

Get out there, enjoy the action and share your experiences using the #MyOttawa and #CanadaDay hashtags!

More info could be found at the below links:






Wspólne kibicowanie polskim piłkarzom na Mundialu 2018
w Domu Polskim SPK w Ottawie




OTTAWA, niedziela, 24 czerwca 2018