Ottawa’s cultural offerings during the third week of March are sure to offer something for everyone. For comedy lovers, a night with Canadian legend, John Candy, is sure to be a night of laughs. The show, which takes place at the National Arts Centre’s Southam Hall on March 17, will feature the best of Candy’s classic sketches and stand-up.
Those in search of an educational experience can visit the Canadian Museum of Nature to watch mealworms munch. As part of the museum’s “Munching Mealworms” program, visitors can observe the insects as they eat, learn about their physiology, and even interact with them. The program is suitable for all ages, and runs from March 18-22.
Families looking for an entertaining activity to share can attend a Chamberfest concert at the National Arts Centre on March 21. This concert, part of the festival’s Family Series, will feature a range of pieces from classical to jazz, with children’s activities to boot. This is a great opportunity to introduce young minds to the beauty of music.
No matter what your interests, there’s sure to be something to do in Ottawa during the third week of March.