We launch tonight!

by Patrick Gauthier

May 31, 2012

With only TWO WEEKS until the festival, the 2012 Ottawa Fringe officially launches tonight!

Please join us at Lunenburg Pub and Bar (14 Waller Street) from 6:00-8:00 pm as Executive Producer Natalie Joy Quesnel and the handsome and charming Fringe team announce the shows that will be part of the 2012 Fringe. Be among the first to hear about all the shows coming to the festival in 2012, grab a program and pin, meet the artists, and have a drink or two (after all, you do need to start warming up for Fringe).

And the Fringe fun doesn’t stop tonight. Don’t forget about tomorrow’s Fringe Fundraiser AN EVENING WITH SCOTT THOMPSON at 8:00 pm at the Arts Court Theatre. Some tickets are still available.

Big thank you to Lunenburg and the Downtown Rideau BIA for sponsoring both events (aren’t they awesome? The answer is yes).

See you tonight (and tomorrow!)!

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    Pareploy

    As a child, I thought Halloween was a much bgiegr deal in MA than in FL. However, there were other factors in play. We moved from a neighborhood full of families with young kids to a neighborhood full of retirees. Growing up in FL in the early ’80s/late ’70s, we were often the only family with kids to visit each house (with any lights on at all which was less than half).However, since then the demographics of many neighborhoods have changed dramatically (including my parent’s) and the significance of the holiday has changed with it. But I’m too far removed from my smaller self to compare Halloween today versus those of my earliest memories in MA.I can say this we get larger turn-outs when the day itself is cooler. Though I’m not sure that says anything about a correlation between significance and climate, or that we’re just fair weather fans in FL ;-)

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