- Breakfast Club and After Four
- PD Days and Camps
- Adult Programs
- Fitness Centre
- Birthday Parties
More than 80% of Canadians live in cities and cities produce more than 70% of greenhouse gas emissions. Dealing effectively with global warming must start by creating sustainable cities. How do we do that and what are the obstacles in our way? Clive Doucet has a view on that.Tuesday, 22 August 2017 16:15
Join Capital Vélo Fest on Saturday, September 16, 2017 in a public bike rally starting & ending at the Ottawa Tennis & Lawn Bowling Club. It is a fundraiser for the Canada Africa Partnership Network to raise funds to provide homeless teenage women in Uganda with safe shelter, education, and job skills. The rally guides participants on a bike ride along lesser known cycling trails and routes in the region in search of answers to quirky questions and identifying local artifacts of interest. It is a fun and healthy way to spend a few hours on your bike with family, friends, and colleagues in a unique adventure in the Capital!Tuesday, 15 August 2017 08:24
Registration for GLAD Cleaning the Capital is now open! Register your litter pickup or graffiti removal project by September 14, 2017 to be eligible to win an early-bird prize donated by generous sponsors. How you can take partTuesday, 15 August 2017 13:15
On the morning of September 9, 2017, members of the Old Ottawa East community will be dipping their paddles into the water to celebrate community spirit and honour Canada’s 150th Birthday. We will be paddling around Rideau Island, which is the land surrounded by the Rideau River on the east, the Ottawa River on the north, and the Canal on the east. Rideau Island includes the Byward Market, Sandy Hill, Old Ottawa East, Old Ottawa South, and Carleton University. You are invited to join and explore the waterways that surround our communities. The plan is to have each community launch their boats in their neighbourhood so that we have several flotillas making their way along the route.Sunday, 23 July 2017 10:28
The City of Ottawa will be reconstructing the multi-use pathway along the Rideau River between Bank Street & Belmont Avenue.Friday, 04 August 2017 08:30
Annual community-wide porch sale. Buy, sell, and trade treasures in Old Ottawa South.
A Day in Ukraine displays the fusion of ethnic and contemporary culture featuring: Ukraine’s cutting-edge technologies, including a VR demonstration and a portable escape room; ethnic and contemporary music, dance, and sand art performances; art exhibits and Ukrainian craft workshops; traditional cuisine and clothing; and a special evening performance by a band coming directly from Ukraine.
Thursday Evenings in August and September. We will gather on the front lawn and leave at 7 pm sharp. Walking in guided, silent meditation for the first half with an opportunity to discuss the weekly theme as we return to the church. Walking rain or shine. Sitting out the storms. No reservations necessary. Donations are welcome from those not already contributing to the church.