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  • Older Adult Forum

    Older Adult Forum As the community ages, we need to ensure that our city is built for older residents. Join SWOOS and Capital Ward Councillor Shawn Menard  to talk about how the city can meet the needs of older adults.
    Wednesday, 18 May 2022 06:55
  • Partial Closure on Colonel By Drive

    Partial Closure on Colonel By Drive The northbound lane on Colonel By Drive, between Avenue Road and Mount Pleasant Avenue, will be closed from Monday, May 23, 2022 to July. This closure will be in effect on weekdays, from 6:30 am to 5:30 pm.
    Friday, 13 May 2022 14:20
  • What the Ottawa Centre candidates will do to support aging in place

    Senior Watch Old Ottawa South (SWOOS) has reached out in person and in writing to ask each candidate in the three major parties what she/he will do to support aging in place and keep us healthy, independent (with or without supports) aging and contributing to society and out of ERs and Long Term Care.
    Thursday, 12 May 2022 19:49
  • Glebe Collegiate 100th Anniversary Celebration

    Glebe Collegiate 100th Anniversary Celebration It may seem a bit early to think of the celebrations planned for October 14-16, 2022, but now is the time to get your tickets. Lots of fun events are scheduled — see the Glebe100 website for all the details.
    Tuesday, 10 May 2022 09:39
  • Proposed Revitalization Plans for Lansdowne Park

    Proposed Revitalization Plans for Lansdowne Park The City of Ottawa has been working with the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) over the past year to develop a plan to make Lansdowne financially self-sustaining and their revitalization plans were shared on Wednesday, April 25, 2022 during a meeting of the Lansdowne Stakeholder Sounding Board. In short, there are major changes being proposed to what is becoming known as Lansdowne 2.0. These plans will be released to the public for first time through a report to the City’s Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDCO) in early May.
    Tuesday, 03 May 2022 23:55
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Featured Events


Community Events


May 19

Older Adult Forum

A online talk about how the city can meet the needs of older adults, hosted by Councillor Menard and Senior’s Watch Old Ottawa South. The forum will address the lack of primary care and support services available to the older adult population.  Panelists include Dr. Laura Muldoon, director of Primary Care at Somerset West Community Health Centre, and Ann Good, a health consultant with decades of experience helping clients to access homecare and to age in place. Registration.



May 21

Bottle Drive

Bottle drives are back! Drop off your empty wine, liquor, beer bottles and cans at Kunstadt Sports in the Glebe in support of Operation Come Home.



May 25

DOMS Concert: Faces of Love

Doors Open for Music Southminster concerts are open to the public and also live-streamed. Soprano Julia Jordan and pianist Jean Desmarais explore the many faces of love through song, from Britten’s patriotic love to Ravel’s new love and more. Julia Jordan, soprano; Jean Desmarais, piano. Support DOMS online via CanadaHelps.



Jun 01

DOMS Concert: Reaching In, Reaching Out

Doors Open for Music Southminster concerts are open to the public and also live-streamed. The Despax String Quartet and Modasaurus express their internal thoughts, deep emotions and hope in a classical-jazz fusion journey with works by James McGowan. James McGowan (piano), Alex Moxon (electric guitar), JP Lapensée (electric bass), Jamie Holmes (drums), Cendrine Despax (violin), Jean Despax (violin), Olivier Philippe-Auguste (viola), Valérie Despax (cello). Support DOMS online via CanadaHelps.



Jun 04

Plant Sale

Looking for just the right addition to your garden or patio? Trinity will have a variety of plant stock available, so please drop by.



 

Green Dreamers

Old Ottawa South's Community Garden Brigade
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Senior Watch OOS

Creating an age-friendly community.
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