The landlocked Brewer Park Pond and former artificial swimming hole is once again part of the Rideau River. The transformation is complete, high hoes and shovels are put away. It is now up to Mother Nature to let things take their course and let the pond and shoreline flourish and grow.
I hope you will join me on Saturday, July 18, 2015 at St. Luke’s Park (166 Frank Street, Ottawa) for the annual Naqvi Cup Community BBQ and Basketball Game!
Curious about the house that has sprouted up on Bronson Avenue at the north-end of the Carleton University campus?
Read about this new facility in the Charlatan article: Construction almost complete on new sustainability research-house.
Shareholders of the Ottawa Tennis and Lawnbowling Club turned out en masse at the annual general meeting on February 26, 2015, where they voted to defeat a slate of candidates who favoured moving the club toward a for-profit model.
On the Monday and Tuesday before the meeting, more than 100 tennis club members bought shares in a last-minute rally to defeat the slate of candidates put forward by Mr. Ian Macdonald. Mr. Macdonald, who holds shares in the club dating back to 1939, had formed a “1939 Shareholders Protective Committee” and had been engaged in his own concerted effort to gather proxies in support of his favoured candidates.
The latest issue of the Glebe Report includes a detailed feature explaining the transformation now in progress with the pond in Brewer Park: read Carol MacLeod's article: 'What's the heck is happening at Brewer Pond?'.
We would like to thank the City of Ottawa for all of their hard work last week. Our floors look fantastic! Thank you so much for installing a new floor in the Pottery Studio. Everything looks great!