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Curly Strings performing in Ottawa

November 14, 2015

On November 27that  8:00 p.m. there will be a performance by CURLY STRINGS – voted last year’s most successful musical ensemble in Estonia.

The band will perform at the SAW Gallery’s annual fundraiser, and they will take the stage twice during the evening. The event is in collaboration with the Estonian Embassy in Ottawa and the SAW Gallery.         

Note: if you buy a ticket at the door, admission is $5 and proceeds will go to SAW Gallery. Tickets purchased through the Embassy cost $10 and all proceeds go to the band. Please contact the Embassy: 1 (613) 789-4222,  embassy.ottawa@mfa.ee

Follow the attachment and the link to see and hear more about the band.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTv3wWQDDgQ

 

Tastes of Estonia

April 7, 2015

The Tastes of Estonia evening held on Feb. 24th,  at the Sante Restaurant was a resounding success.  Follow this link for photos and a review:

http://www.eestielu.ca/en/component/content/article/136-estonianlife-eestielu/events-sundmused/local-events-kohalikud-sundmused/3783-eesti-ohtu-ottawas

 

Estonian film at Baltic Nordic Film Festival

February 4, 2015

As a part of the 5th Bright Nights: Baltic Nordic Film Festival Ottawa, The Embassy of Estonia in cooperation with the Canadian Film Institute presents:
KIRSITUBAKAS
(CHERRY TOBACCO)
Saturday, February 14th, 2014 at 7:00PM
River Building Theatre,
Carleton University.

Purchase your tickets now at https://www.uniiverse.com/users/canadian-film-institute-4Z3BS

Kirsitubakas (Cherry Tobacco), Estonia 2014
Directed by Andres Maimik, Katrin Maimik
Written by Andres Maimik, Katrin Maimik
Screenplay by Andres Maimik, Katrin Maimik
Produced by Anneli Lepp
Length 93 minutes
Website https://www.facebook.com/kirsitubakas/timeline
Synopsis: Cherry Tobacco is about a small-town girl, Laura, who is constantly bored. Her mother gets on her nerves, boys her age are stupid and everything anyone wants to do seems childish. One day Laura’s energetic friend Merit invites her on a hike to a bog led by a middle-aged nature-lover called Joosep. The beginning of the trip is anything but promising: the relation- ship between the reserved girl and the outgoing Joosep, who tries to impress the hiking party with his hillbilly style and bizarre rituals, becomes tense. But much to her own surprise, Laura discovers that as the hike continues she is enchanted by the rugged charms of Joosep. The quest is coming to its irrefutable end and Laura has to decide whether a relationship with an older man is a mere step along the winding road towards becoming a woman or whether it is her very first love.
http://www.cfi-icf.ca/index.php?option=com_cfi&task=showevent&id=138&Itemid=1336

Adieu to Riho

July 6, 2013

RIHO KRUUV Charge d’Affaires for the Estonian Embassy in Ottawa, is leaving Ottawa at the end of July. Come and join us to say farewell –
Date: Monday, July 29th, 2013
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Where: The Fox & Feather Pub and Grill, 283 Elgin St., (just south of Somerset St.) Third floor.
Food can be ordered from their menu.
http://www.foxandfeather.ca/index.html

Come to wish Riho well as he returns to Estonia.

Please RSVP to
email: tikovt@rogers.com
tel: 613-226-3680

Estonian President T. H. Ilves and First Lady in Ottawa

May 9, 2013
Lucy Turk


Lucy Turk waiting to present OES bouquet to Estonia’s First Lady. (Photo by E. Tikovt )

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(Photo by E. Tikovt)

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(© Photo by Ülle Baum)

For a complete photo album of the President’s visit to Canada go here and click on Fotoalbum.

Estonian Film: Kirjad Inglile (Letters to Angel)

April 27, 2012

The Embassy of Estonia in Ottawa would like to invite you to attend the screening of

KIRJAD INGLILE (LETTERS TO ANGEL)

Saturday, April 28, 2012 at

Library and Archives Canada Auditorium (395 Wellington Street, Ottawa)

Kirjad Inglile (Letters to Angel), Estonia 2011

Screenwriter    Madis Kõiv, Sulev Keedus

Director   Sulev Keedus

Producer   Kaie-Ene Rääk, Olli Soinio

Length   114 min

Homepage   http://www.letterstoangel.com/ 

Synopsis:LETTERS TO ANGEL is a fiction film about Kirotaja, a man who was sent to fight

in Afghanistan years ago, where he converted to Islam. He now returns home only to find himself

facing other kinds of war; the front line in the decrepit Estonian town runs between Eastern and

Western culture, men and women, common sense and madness. Somewhere amidst all these

battles is his daughter, Angel, who Kirotaja has decided to find after all the years of absence.

His only leads are the sound of his daughter crying, heard once on the telephone, and a dog-eared

notebook full of letters addressed to her.

Meanwhile, the town has other plans for him upon his return.

Gatineau Loppet Meet and Greet with Prime Minister Ansip

March 16, 2012




Ansip

Prime Minister Ansip



Riho & Margus
Arno Turk








Baltic Way Discussion

November 15, 2011

The Centre for European Studies, in cooperation with the Embassies of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania invite you to a panel discussion and photo exhibition

The Baltic Way that Moved the World: 20 Years After

The Panel: The Chairs of Foreign Affairs Committees of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia

Mr. Marko Mihkelson (Estonia)

Mr. Romualds Razuks (Latvia)

Mr. Emanuelis Zingeris (Lithuania)

Moderator: The Honourable Peter Milliken, former Speaker, House of Commons

Senate Room, 6th Floor, Robertson Hall, Carleton University

December 1st , 11:00am – 1:30pm

For more information, please click here.

** Coffee & refreshments, and viewing of the photos, starting at 10:00am

The event is supported, in part, by a grant from the European Commission. For information contact: ces@carleton.ca or 613 520-2600, ext. 1087.

Meet the Estonian skiiers at the Gatineau Loppet

February 18, 2011

Come along to meet and greet Estonian skiers participating in the Gatineau Loppet! We are getting together at the Earl of Sussex (A-431 Sussex Drive) on Saturday, February 19th, at 6 PM. Reservation made for the Embassy of Estonia. First round of drinks on us!
The Embassy will be present at the Ski Show as well.

Meeting Mr. Urmas Paet, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia

October 20, 2010

The Embassy of Estonia is pleased to invite the members of the Ottawa Estonian Society to a meeting with Mr. Urmas Paet, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, on Wednesday, November 3, 2010, at 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm at the National Arts Centre, Josee’s Lounge, 53 Elgin, Ottawa

Please confirm your attendance to the Embassy by October 27, by e-mail embassy.ottawa@mfa.ee or by phone 613-789-4222.