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The Ottawa Police Service has partnered with the Ottawa Safety Council and Citizens for Safe Cycling (Bike Ottawa) to help reduce bike thefts in the city. The 529 Garage app is a bike registry where users create free profiles and upload information about their bicycles.Tuesday, 14 May 2019 07:16
St. Margaret Mary, the modest red-brick church opposite the Firehall, is closing. Father Pierre Champoux, the part-time pastor at St. Margaret Mary, told the OSCAR in an email that: “The parish is no longer financially or pastorally viable, due to the lack of parishioners and regular revenue.”Thursday, 09 May 2019 16:34
At the recent March 23, 2019 premiere screening of Who Needs Church? the pews at Southminster were full, and a great discussion ensued during the Q&A about the future of church in our community. Southminster United Church’s development experience, and an uncertain future ahead of other churches in Old Ottawa South and across the country meant that church-goers and non-church-goers alike had thoughts about how church might remain a part of our community.Thursday, 02 May 2019 15:24
Do you have a painting, photograph, sculpture, or book that highlights or plays on the theme of cycling? On Friday, May 31st, OSCA & OTLBC will kick-off the Capital Spokes Bike Rally & Rodeo with a family dinner at the Tennis Club and a weekend of Firehall bike training, tune-ups, and a rodeo at Windsor Park.Thursday, 02 May 2019 09:22
Jane's Walk is a festival of free neighbourhood walking tours given in the spirit of Jane Jacobs that help put people in touch with their city, the things that happen around them, the built environment, the natural environment, and especially with each other. The walks are given by local people who care passionately about where they live, work, and play.Sunday, 28 April 2019 09:03
Join us on Friday, May 24th at The Firehall for Junior Youth Night WILD WEST! Sign up using barcode JRYN0524.
Junior Youth Nights are $13 and for children in grades 3&4 and unlike our older Youth Nights, preregistration mandatory. This is because we serve a tasty meal so we need to know just how much to prepare! Themes for Jr Youth Night change each event! Questions or comments about the meal? Contact the Firehall Coordinators.
Join us on the first weekend of June 2019!
- Friday May 31st: Kick-off dinner OTLBC
- Saturday June 1st: Volunteer training & bike tune-ups
- Sunday June 2nd: Bike Rally & Rodeo (Windsor Park) & Brunch at OTLBC
Download and share our Bike Rally Poster!
Join us on Friday, May 31st at The Firehall for RED & BLACK LUMBERJACK BBQ NIGHT! Sign up using barcode YN0531. Red & black (and REDBLACKS gear) is encouraged!
Youth Nights are $7.00 and for children in grades 5-7. We encourage you to pre-register for these events, but we do allow drop-ins. There are always snacks available for purchase at our Youth Night Canteen and themes change each Youth Night!
The Green Dreamers are holding a Spring Plant Drive on Saturday, June 8th from noon to 3 pm at the Sunnyside branch of the Ottawa Public Library. We are asking for donations from you of the plants that are healthy, local, hardy and drought-resistant. We would love perennials like shade-loving hostas, always blooming black-eyed susans and daisies, fragrant peonies, sturdy stonecrop, and walkable thyme. These plants would be used at the Sunnyside branch, The Firehall, and Bank Street corners between the two bridges. Please no shrubs, bushes, or trees and remember to drop them off potted and labelled.
We are also looking for volunteers – if you have a green thumb or an interest in developing one while also giving back to the community, please consider becoming a Green Dreamer. You can chat with the Green Dreamers at the Spring Plant Drive or email, Christine Bradley.
Join us on Friday, June 14th at The Firehall for Junior Youth Night PHARAOHS & MUMMIES! Sign up using barcode JRYN0614.
Junior Youth Nights are $13 and for children in grades 3&4 and unlike our older Youth Nights, preregistration mandatory. This is because we serve a tasty meal so we need to know just how much to prepare! Themes for Jr Youth Night change each event! Questions or comments about the meal? Feel free to contact us.
The conclusion of a three-part series, DOMS artistic director Roland Graham leads a stellar line-up in a reading of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos 4 and 5.
Barry Davis is part of a co-housing group Convivium that is looking for a location in downtown Ottawa for 20-25 apartment style units that can support space in common areas. Please come to share your stories/ideas on co-housing. Let's see if we are "moving the dial" on this.
Acceptable electronics include: TVs, VCRs, DVD players, computer equipment – monitors, keyboards, hard drives, mice, Chrome books, laptops, tablets, phones, cameras, speakers, stereo equipment, printers, scanners, karaoke machines, radios, radio alarms. Also Sunday, May 26th: 9am-5pm.
All ages and abilities welcome, BBQ follows: Bellwood Ave between Sunnyside & Belmont.