Despite not being able to visit inside the library this summer, we've all certainly enjoyed the outside yard, thanks to hard work of the Green Dreamers. Here's a few snapshots of volunteers from the Green Dreamers putting the garden to bed for the winter. 'Til next year!
The Sunnyside Branch of the Ottawa Public Library was scheduled to open in August but due to staffing challenges in the context of COVID-19 the timing of re-opening will be determined at a later date.
Diligent watering and weeding has paid off. And heat and sun has done the rest.
A striking plant with many small white flowers and large dark green leaves may catch your eye at the Sunnyside library garden. Lots of people ask the name of this perennial.
Ottawa Public Library (OPL) is inviting the community to celebrate Seniors' Month in Ontario. This year’s theme is Aging Strong: Respect and Protect Seniors, and throughout June, OPL will offer events and activities for older adults. Lifelong learning is key to successful aging and living; and it is at the heart of the Library’s purpose.
As the tulips fade, can the sunflowers be far behind?
Come with your plants, stay for the books.
The Green Dreamers will gladly accept donations of plants at the library on Saturday, June 8th. Chat with the volunteers taking care the library gardens and other green spots along Bank Street and learn more about the work of this dedicated crew.