PAL 2021 Virtual Annual Membership Meeting

It has been a remarkable year for PAL Ottawa, and there’s lots of exciting news to share. Join us for our Annual Membership Meeting on Monday, June 28 at 5:30pm. The meeting will be held virtually. All are welcome, though only members in ood standing can vote. While...

Ottawa Community Housing and PAL Ottawa Pursuing ‘PAL Place’

A Mixed Income Creative Live-Work Communityfor the Capital’s Senior Arts Workers (Pour le communiqué en langue française, cliquez ICI.) For Immediate Release Ottawa, May 12, 2021, Ottawa Community Housing (OCH) and PAL Ottawa are pleased to confirm they have...

Dying With Dignity: The MAID Experience

PAL Ottawa’s Supporting Cast continues its monthly Social Circles with a free talk on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) featuring Rosemary Morgan of the Dying with Dignity Committee on Thursday, February 25 at 2 pm. Registrants will receive a zoom link by email...

PAL Ottawa Board Member Recruitment

Join the Board of Directors of PAL Ottawa to be part of a dedicated group of community leaders working together to offer arts workers residing in the National Capital Region affordable housing and personal support in a creative, caring community so they can continue...

PAL Spotlights 2021: A Free Online Arts Festival

Registration is now open for 14 free, unique online sessions in the arts featuring some of Ottawa-Gatineau region’s top professionals. From visual arts and ceramics to creative movement, screenwriting, instrumental music, voice and dramatic arts, these individual...

PAL Spotlights 2021: Session Details and Registration

Miss one of these events? Click HERE to view on PAL Ottawa’s Youtube Channel! Wednesday, February 3, 2-3 pm ABCs in Action: An Introduction to Contemporary Dance with Elizabeth Emond-Stevenson Participants will explore a variety of ways to transform ideas into...

PAL Ottawa Saved My Life: Ottawa’s Blues Lady Sings PAL’s Praises

What difference can PAL Ottawa make in the life of an arts worker? Plenty, as Maria Hawkins, long considered Ottawa’s Blues Lady, can attest. In 2015, Hawkins required surgery to prevent permanent vision damage. When the Ottawa General’s Eye Institute invited her to...