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I was introduced recently to two Old Ottawa South residents who have given a quarter of a century to a neighbourhood project. It’s about the dog community at Windsor Park.Wednesday, 20 March 2019 08:33
The City of Ottawa is laying the foundation for a new official plan and is seeking input. There's a series of discussion papers about important issues and an online survey for giving feedback.Sunday, 17 March 2019 07:41
Is the church a necessary part of our modern lives and community? That is the question local filmmaker Danielle Rolfe explores in the new documentary film Who Needs Church? which will premiere on March 23, 2019 at Southminster United Church.Saturday, 16 March 2019 14:30
The City of Ottawa wants your input on road safety. A questionnaire is available for your comments until March 19, 2019.Monday, 25 February 2019 11:51
Tuesday, 12 March 2019 10:45
The Old Ottawa South Garden Club is pleased to announce a flower-arrangement workshop lead by Jill Hopkins. She will demonstrate several techniques and styles, and everyone will create their own spring floral-arrangement. There is a $20 fee and advance registration can be made in person at The Firehall or online using the barcode: flower19
Seventeen Voyces presents musical works accompanied by projected paintings. Ottawa premiere of commissions by Andrew Ager and Mark Duggan, inspired by paintings from the National Gallery of Canada, and world premiere of “Autumn’s Orchestra” by Kevin Reeves, based on text by E. Pauline Johnson. Also features compositions by Chatman, Knudson, and Kodaly. Featuring Yolanda Bruno (violin), Carmen Bruno (Cello), Zac Pulak (Percussion), and Andrew Ager (Piano).
Who Needs Church? is the story of an urban church community, Southminster United, fighting to keep its doors open despite a dwindling congregation. This process leaves church-leaders and the broader community pondering the question, "is the church a necessary part of our modern lives and community?” Written and directed by local filmmakers Danielle Rolfe and co-produced with Ed Kucerak of Kublacom Pictures.
Jamie Robertson is retired from his role as the General Counsel of the Library of Parliament. He will be presenting Parliamentary Myths and Realities. This will include an overview of the House and Senate.
A tribute to Rumi, the 13th century poet, mystic and teacher. Garo and Friends will play songs from their two albums: ‘Rumi Remembered I and II’. All songs based on English-translated versions of Rumi Poetry and composed by Garo Altinian. Garo Altinian, guitars/vocals; Joan Harrison, cello; Yves Saint-Pierre, piano; Lucas Lacerda, bass guitar; Ahmet Gul, ney (reed flute); Kerem Eker, keys/guitar; Murat Kucuk, percussion.