Calling all Carleton students! Are you new to the area and want to check out what’s close to campus? On Saturday, October 16th, between 2pm and 4pm, Trinity Anglican Church is hosting a ‘Welcome Event: Music Edition’ for Carleton students, consisting of a walking tour of popular music venues in Old Ottawa South, and a live concert back at Trinity featuring Carleton’s own Nathan da Silva (The Slyde, Reuben and the Dark, Wacken Canada winner)
The tour is being presented by Ottawa Walking Tours and is sponsored in whole by Trinity Anglican Church, which has a long tradition of caring for students from Carleton, including at their student residence, Mable Gordon House.
The tour will consist of Old Ottawa South’s best sites including some interesting music venues along Bank Street for listeners and performers! The event will wrap up with a set by Nathan Da Silva, a world-class musician who has played as
a backing guitarist, bassist, and vocalist and lead singer for a wide array of musical groups, in both French and English bands across Canada.
The event is open to all and any from Carleton University, so make sure to bring your squad! COVID restrictions will limit the number of participants, so please come a few minutes early. The event will run rain or shine..
NEW: We are offering in-person worship and we also are simultaneously on Zoom for those who prefer to worship from the comfort of home. Covid protocols including self-screening, mask-wearing, not singing, no use of fans, physical distancing with roped off pews, and recording of contact tracing coordinates will all be in place for those attending in person.
Please invite any of your friends to join us for these free webinars! It’s easy to register, just email email@example.com with your name, phone number and postal code, and you will be added to the list!
Tuesday October 5th: Breanna Pizzuto fromTalk Tools to give a workshop on ‘Unconscious Bias’
Tuesday October 12th: There will be no Seniors in Conversation this week. Happy Thanksgiving!
Tuesday October 19th: Carleton University Professor Dr. Pamela Walker to discuss ‘Women’s Issues’.