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Mix of Six: September 10 - 12

<span id="ctl00_bodyData_ctl04_TopsUI_ShortAbstract">Metro's top event picks this weekend.</span>

Ottawa Wedding Show
Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Lansdowne Park.
This free show features fashion shows, booths by Ottawa’s leading wedding suppliers, wedding planning seminars, a super gown sale, prizes, freebies and more.

22nd Annual IAMS?Wiggle Waggle Walkathon
Sunday, 10 a.m., Riverside Drive across from RA Centre.
The walkathon has a new location, the National Capital Commission property at Riverside Drive. People of all ages and physical abilities and their pets are invited to walk 2 km or 5 km and raise pledges to help the animals at the Ottawa Humane Society. Other features include a family fun zone, marketplace, dog agility area, a BBQ lunch and contests.

Ottawa Plane Bull

Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Ottawa International Airport
Watch as teams of 25 pull a 82,500-kilogram FedEx A300. The family-friendly event also includes a display of Vintage Wings of Canada aircraft, a balloon artist, craft table, inflatable play structures, face painting and Ottawa Cruise Night classic cars.

Winners Walk of Hope
Sunday, 9 a.m., Mooney's Bay Park
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month and Ovarian Cancer Canada is hosting its annual non-competitive 5 km, Winners Walk of Hope in 14 cities across Canada to raise funds to fight Ovarian Cancer.

Take The Plunge Ottawa
Saturday and Sunday, Rideau Carleton Raceway
A pet and family fun day being organized to benefit eight animal rescue groups. The event features the 1000 Island Dock Dogs along with games, demos, vendors and a silent auction.

The Inaugural Underwear Affair

Saturday, 5 p.m., Marion Dewar Plaza
This weekend, hundreds of dedicated men and women will strip down to raise critical awareness for the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation and fight cancers below the waist.
From outrageous costumes to tightie whities, this cheeky 5 km walk/10 km race will lift taboos surrounding prostate, colorectal, ovarian, testicular, bladder, cervical, and uterine cancers, and finance research.

 
 
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