7 festive ways to enjoy the winter
It’s beginning to look a lot like winter
That snowy time of year has arrived which means there are lots of new festivities to check out both on and off campus.
- Join the Carleton University Ski and Snowboard Club for weekend trips out to Mont Tremblant, Jib Sessions and more! https://www.facebook.com/groups/cuskiandsnowboard/
- On Saturday, Dec. 3rd at 7:30pm join The Carleton University Choir at Southminster United Church (15 Aylmer Ave.) as they present “Journey into Peace” featuring songs of peace and hope for a better world, especially for our children with works by Sarah Quartel, Oja Gjeilo, Healey Willan. Tickets $15 adults/ $10 students & seniors.
- Attend a showing of the Nutcracker at the NAC from Nov. 30th until Dec. 4th. Student discounts available at the box office. https://nac-cna.ca/en/event/13865
- The Rideau Canal might not be open, but you can still grab your skates and head on down to City Hall for a skate on the Sens Rink of Dreams. Open every day from 6am-11pm (weather permitting). Free.
- The “Christmas Lights Across Canada” starts Dec. 7th at 7pm. Head on down to Parliament Hill for music, hot chocolate and Beaver Tails. Free.
Have a car?
- Find the perfect Charlie Brown tree and cut it down too! http://www.christmastrees.on.ca/index.php?action=display&cat=10&area=1&do=search
- Visit Upper Canada Village between Dec. 2nd and Jan. 7th for their annual “Alight at Night” festival with over one million lights. http://www.uppercanadavillage.com/events/alight-at-night/