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Archived Calendars

Archived Calendars | What's On

May and June 2004

Exhibitions

May 19, 2004-January 31, 2005 Bon appétit! A celebration of Canadian cookbooks
May 26, 2004-January 3, 2005 Charting the Waters of New France
June 24-October 24, 2004 Voici l’espace que j’habite

May Events

1-9 Saturday-
Sunday
Latin American Film Festival
6 Thursday Ottawa Storytellers
17 Monday 75th Anniversary of Canada-Japan Diplomatic Presence
18 Tuesday Who Was Where: Digitizing Canadian Directories
18 Tuesday The Man Who Might Have Been: An Inquiry into the Life and Death of Herbert Norman
19 Wednesday Home on the Range
25 Tuesday Aboriginal Awareness Week
31 Monday Grand Finale of the 2004 Broken English Writing Competition

June Events

3 Thursday Ottawa Storytellers
12 Saturday Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild’s Book Arts Fair
15 Tuesday New France, New Horizons

Banner: Exhibitions

Bon appétit!
A celebration of Canadian cookbooks

May 19, 2004-January 31, 2005
From 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
Exhibition Room C
Free admission

Based on the collections of Library and Archives Canada, Bon appétit! offers an introduction to the fascinating subject of Canadian culinary history.

Beginning with an introduction to Native foods and cooking techniques, the exhibition continues through the cooking methods and recipes of the pioneers, noting the coming of science to the kitchen at the turn of the 20th century, and includes the many multicultural and regional influences that give our culinary history its distinctive flavour.

Charting the Waters of New France
May 26, 2004-January 3, 2005
From 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
West Corridor
Free admission

Library and Archives Canada is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Hydrographic Service by presenting the exhibition Charting the Waters of New France. On display will be several reproductions of hydrographic charts from the time of New France.

Voici l’espace que j’habite:
Exhibit of Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau Manuscripts

June 24 - October 24, 2004
From 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
Exhibition Room D
Free admission

Library and Archives Canada invites you to view a selection of the manuscripts of Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau, to discover the sometimes- obscured aspects of the poet’s character and work.

First presented in Trois-Rivières in October 2003 to mark the 60th anniversary of the poet’s death, this exhibition prepared by the Literary Archives Section offers a new perspective on the work and life of de Saint-Denys Garneau.

Banner: Readings

Ottawa Storytellers
Thursday, May 6 and Thursday, June 3
7:30 p.m. (Room 156)
Free admission

Come and tell or listen to stories. Everyone is welcome. Light refreshments will be provided at the break.
In English

Information: 613-722-2606
www.ottawastorytellers.ca

Banner: Lectures

SAVOIR-FAIRE
Who Was Where: Digitizing Canadian Directories

Tuesday, May 18
3:00 p.m. (Room 156)
Free admission

CANCELLED

SAVOIR-FAIRE
New France, New Horizons: The Making of a Virtual Exhibition

Tuesday, June 15
3:00 p.m. (Room 156)
Free admission

CANCELLED

Banner: Films

8th Annual Latin American Film Festival
Saturday, May 1 - Sunday, May 9
7:00 p.m. (Auditorium)
Admission fee

The Canadian Film Institute (CFI) presents the best of contemporary cinema from Latin America. See films from Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Chile, Peru, El Salvador, Argentina and other Latin American nations.

Admission is $6 for CFI Members, seniors, students and Friends of Library and Archives Canada, and $9 for the general public. Tickets are available at the door only, starting at 6:30 p.m.
English subtitles

Information: 613-232-6727
www.cfi-icf.ca

The Man Who Might Have Been:
An Inquiry into the Life and Death of Herbert Norman

Tuesday, May 18
7:30 p.m. (Auditorium)
Free admission

During his remarkable life, Canadian historian and diplomat Herbert Norman helped set the course of post-war Japan. This National Film Board of Canada production takes us back to a time when the Cold War was heating up and Norman was haunted by the accusation that he was a Soviet spy.

Presented by the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Department of International Trade as part of Canada’s recognition of the 75th anniversary of Canada-Japan diplomatic presence.
In English

Information: 613-994-4000

Banner: Special Events

75th Anniversary of Canada-Japan Diplomatic Presence
Monday, May 17
5:30 p.m. (Auditorium)
Free admission

Library and Archives Canada, in partnership with the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Department of International Trade and the Embassy of Japan, celebrates Asian Heritage Month. The evening includes a screening of The Man Who Skied Down Everest, a Canadian documentary film about Japanese skier Yuichiro Miura’s historic "downhill" run. The film won the Academy Award for feature documentary in 1975. There will also be an exhibit of items from the Library and Archives collection, artifacts from the Canadian Embassy in Japan, as well as material provided by the Government of Japan.
Film presented in English

Information: 613-996-5115

Home on the Range
Wednesday, May 19
1:30 p.m. (Auditorium)
Admission: $7

The Unforgettable Hearts grace Library and Archives Canada’s stage with the creative and fun-filled show "Home on the Range." Come out and sing along to your favourite country songs. Presented by the Senior Citizens Council of Ottawa-Carleton.

Information and tickets:
The Senior Citizens Council
880 Wellington Street, Suite 302
613-234-8044

The Twenty-First Century Aboriginal Storyteller, Darrell Dennis: Sharing Our Stories
Tuesday, May 25
10:00 a.m. (Auditorium)
Free admission

Darrell Dennis is an actor/comedian/writer who hails from the Shuswap Nation of British Columbia.
[PDF 989 KB]

Grand Finale of the 2004 Broken English Writing Competition
Monday, May 31
7:30 p.m. (Auditorium)
Free admission

The evening, part of the celebration of Asian Heritage Month, begins with Calgary playwright Yung Luu’s one-person play I Chink. Following the performance, the four winning entries to the Broken English Writing Competition will be announced, and the winning works will be read.

The Broken English Theatre Company is partnering with CBC Television, CBC Radio One, Ottawa City Magazine and Library and Archives Canada to present the Broken English Writing Competition among first generation Canadians residing in the nation’s capital.
In English

Information: 613-562-2216
www.brokenenglishtheatre.com

Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild’s Book Arts Fair
Saturday, June 12
10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Room A)
Free admission

The Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild’s Book Arts Fair is being held in Ottawa for the first time. It offers an opportunity for bookbinders, book artists, paper makers, calligraphers and printers to meet the public and show off their art.
In English and French

Information: www.cbbag.ca/about.html


Banner: General Information

Library and Archives Canada is a gathering place both real and virtual for everyone interested in Canada’s heritage. Through an extensive collection, as well as exhibitions, special events, genealogical resources, and dynamic Web sites, Library and Archives Canada helps Canadians better understand how individuals, issues and events shape this country.

Events listed in this brochure are open to the public free of charge on a first-come, first-seated basis, unless otherwise noted. Tickets may be required for certain events.

Events and exhibitions are held at:
395 Wellington Street
Ottawa ON  K1A 0N4
CANADA

Telephone: 613-996-5115 or 613-995-5138
1-866-578-7777

Subscription and Distribution

Weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Telephone: 613-996-1473
Fax: 613-991-9871
TTY: 613-992-6969

If you would like to receive this information by e-mail, see: LAC Discussion / Mailing Lists.

Public Programming Information

Weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Telephone: 613-996-5115
Fax: 613-947-2706
TTY: 613-992-6969

Reading Rooms

Every day from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Reference Services

Weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Telephone: 613-996-5115
Toll-free in Canada: 1-866-578-7777
Fax: 613-943-1112
TTY: 613-992-6969 or 1-866-299-1699
E-mail: reference@lac-bac.gc.ca

Please note: Library and Archives Canada is accessible to wheelchair users.

Friends Logo

The Friends raise awareness and encourage support of Library and Archives Canada.

Information: 613-992-8304
www.collectionscanada.ca/friends/index-e.html

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