December 11, 2010 at 7pm to December 12, 2010 at 2am
From their event pagehttp://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=114137251978558The Ottawa Goth Syndicate Presents: THE FOURTH ANNUAL YULE BALLBLACK AND WHITE MASQUERADE!Come and celebrate some holiday cheer with a catered dinner, traditional waltzing, contests for best outfits, and an industrial after party that will leave you screaming for more.Ottawa's own DJ [L]otus will be setting the tone with beautifully haunting music as you…See More
I have been informed by one of the Festival organizers that this is a steampunk version of the Frankenstein story. It is being told by British storyteller Ben Haggarty (that's him in the photo) with music by Sianed Jones.I was also told they would love to have the Ottawa Steampunks there and they encourage us to dress for this event (although not mandatory).Cost is $20 per personTickets are available through Ticketweb. Search for the Ottawa Storytellers on…See More
Join us for two fun steampunk classics: We will be showing the best version of THE TIME MACHINE (1960) and if time permits we will also watch Jules Verne's ROCKET TO THE MOON (1967)We'll provide non-alcoholic beverages. Please bring your favourite movie viewing snack to share.See More
November 6, 2010 at 12pm to November 7, 2010 at 6pm
From their website:The innovation laced through the capital region is impressive, and this first ever Mini-Maker Faire is a chance to connect creative people from all over our region in a celebration of the DIY spirit. A Mini-Maker Faire brings together families and individuals who celebrate Arts, Crafts, Engineering, Food, Music, Sustainability, and Science and those who embrace the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) spirit. At Maker Faire, the focus is on the process of making – not just the finished…See More
Join us for an afternoon of tea, cakes and conversation about our plans for Steampunk Ottawa in 2011. Come with your ideas for future events, hot spots and general things to see and do next year.Dress is encouraged but never mandatory.Bring Victorian sweets if you would like to share. We will provide tea (of course) and coffee (for those of stronger constitution) and a few delicacies.See More
Steampunk Canada presents a spectacular celebration of the best in steampunk literature, arts, entertainment and fashion.We welcome steampunks from across our great nation and our friends around the world!Be sure to watch this space often for exciting news!See More
"There's been one idea I've been toying with for awhile, before I even became interested in Steampunk, though it may only have H.G. Wells turning in his grave.
The title is "Thunderchild", and details the moments aboard the…"
"These two books probably exist more on the fringe of Steampunk but I really enjoyed Gaiman's "Neverwhere" and Zelazney's "The Black Throne".
"Neverwhere" involves a quasi Victorian society comprised of those…"