Wednesdays at the Bridge
The Bridge Public House is happy to welcome you back indoors. Every Wednesday, listen to fantastic local talent with live musical performances every wednesday Click her for more.
RSC Book Club
Join us every first Tuesday of every month for RSC’s Book Club. Interesting discussions and delicious food and drink can be found at every meeting. Please note, this is a PAID event, and you must register before each Book Club Meeting. Your Ticket Includes: Choice of Draft of Can Beer, 6 oz Glass of Wine or non-alcoholic beverage individual Sized Local Cheese board
Follow THIS LINK to sign up for any of the next 2021 Book Club events.
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 6-8pm (non-fiction)
Black Wave by Kim Ghattas(Lebanese journalist, based out of Washington).
Quick synopsis: Kim Ghattas seamlessly weaves together history, geopolitics, and culture to deliver a gripping read of the largely unexplored story of the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran, born from the sparks of the 1979 Iranian revolution and fueled by American policy.
For this meeting, we welcome our Special Guest, Masud Husain. With his long tenure at External Affairs, he will share his wealth of knowledge on life in the Middle East that will give our discussion greater depth.
He has been posted in Amman (Political Officer responsible for Iraq) and Damascus (Head of the Political Section). He was Director General of the Middle East and Maghreb Bureau, Canadian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates and Special Envoy to the Organization for Islamic Cooperation until 2019. Recently retired in 2021.
TUESDAY OCTOBER 5, 6-8pm (fiction)
Quick Synopsis: How would things be if you had made other choices . . . Would you have done anything different, if you had the chance to undo your regrets?
Click HERE to sign up for the October book club meet up.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 6-8pm (non-fiction)
The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson
Quick Synopsis: Fresh and compelling portrait of Winston Churchill and London during the Blitz.A terrific account of the ‘darkest hour’ from the perspective of the Churchills, which tells of the times when Great Britain was on the verge of falling into the Nazi hands and regime, and yet, Churchill and his charisma prevented the catastrophe.
TUESDAY DECEMBER 7, 6-8pm (fiction and Book Swap)
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
*December Fun Activity: Bring 2 paperback books you enjoyed, give 2-minute synopsis, donate, and then pick 2 new books to take home
RSC Outdoor Market
Saturday October 23, 10am-3pm
|Arts by the Rideau|
|Cut & Carve Designs|
|Elizabeth Davies Ceramics|
|Feat In Clay|
|House of Bubbles|
|Kicks & Threads|
|Krafts By Kelly|
|Little White Lantern|
|Little White Lantern|
|Nat’s Bread Company|
|Union Street Cafe|
|Wander With Wool|