The truly intangible, insatiable and exciting is coming. Something is in the works from your friends at MediaStyle. And this little video will tell you little to nothing at all about it. But it’s fun nonetheless.
With outstretched arms, the Ottawa Riverkeeper invites you to the first ever Riverboat Gala Cruise to be held May 29th.
MediaStyle has partnered up with Executive Director of the Ottawa Riverkeeper Meredith Brown, CBCs Evan Solomon and first ever honourary Riverkeepers Governor of the Bank of Canada Mark Carney and partner Diana.
We are planning a night to remember.
Juno nominated Kathleen Edwards whose last album “Voyageur” charted in the Top 40 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and was #2 in Canada, will be providing an exclusive performance. A second, very special Juno winning musical guest will also be announced on the night of the event.
You can still make a donation or buy a ticket.
Many amazing sponsors have already come forward. Beer will be supplied by one of Quebec’s foremost craft brewers, Brasseurs du Temps. Gin will be provided by Quebec’s Ungava Premium Canadian Gin. The event begins at the Museum of Civilization and then guests will walk along the banks of the river to a waiting boat where they will take a sunset cruise on the beautiful Ottawa River. DJs will provide music late into the night while locally sourced food will be supplied by Ottawa’s culinary genius Chef Michael Blackie of NEXT Food.
This is only a sample of what’s in store. More details to come. Be sure to visit our website often: http://www.riverkeepergala.com/
Last Friday I spoke at Creative Mornings Ottawa‘s gathering at the HUB. I created a brand new presentation on taking the values of “reuse” into every aspect of your brand. We talked about the four major elements of what makes a great brand and explored a few local examples of how the idea of “reuse” can be incorporated. Below are my slides from the talk; we’ll post video and audio of the talk once the Creative Mornings team processes it.
It’s that time of year where laryngitis and strep throat are an ever present threat to your voice. Last week (and this one!) I’ve been struggling with keeping my voice as I battle the dying days of winter. My Facebook friends are a rather helpful bunch; I’ve collected some of their wisdom below.