EDITOR’S NOTE

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Sum­mer is over. But there’s no need to mourn — Ot­tawa is spec­tac­u­lar in the fall, when the green leaves turn to fiery shades of red, or­ange, and yel­low.

To help you make the most of it, we’ve come up with a few au­tum­nal out­ings in and around the city (p. 14). Whether you lace up for the trails in glo­ri­ous Gatineau Park or test your nerves with ghostly tales on the Haunted Walk of Ot­tawa, there’s some­thing to ap­peal to ev­ery­one.

In­doors, the arts will keep you en­ter­tained. Catch Opera Lyra’s

Bar­ber of Seville at the Na­tional Arts Cen­tre (p. 12), off-thewall cel­list Matt Haimovitz at Wake­field’s Black Sheep Inn (p. 10), and the clas­sic comedic play Blithe Spirit at the Ot­tawa Lit­tle Theatre (p. 11).

As al­ways, if you’re look­ing to ask us a ques­tion or pass along a rec­om­men­da­tion, let us know on Twit­ter @whereot­tawa. En­joy your stay! AMY ALLEN, Editor Fol­low us on Twit­ter @whereot­tawa

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