This summer the Green Dreamers toured the May Court Hospice Gardens. The gardens are not open to the public; they have been created as a private refuge for Hospice clients, their families, guests, staff, and volunteers. And so, we felt especially privileged to be welcomed as guests by volunteer gardeners & staff to this green oasis in the heart of Old Ottawa South.
Seniors from Capital Ward are invited to explore housing options at this free event with Councillor David Chernushenko and Bonnie Schroeder, Council on Aging of Ottawa Director of Age-Friendly Ottawa.
The team at OSCA has been hard at work planning another amazing fall session. We can’t wait to welcome you back in September! Read more find out what to expect this fall:
On Sunday, August 12, 2018 from 11am to 2pm, I'm inviting residents to join me for an afternoon of fun in the Parkdale Park. There will be activities and entertainment for the entire family and all ages are welcome.
On Saturday July 21, 2018 OSCA welcomed twelve young volunteers (14-18 years) from Canada's CISV (Children's International Summer Villages) to Old Ottawa South. These young adults (along with two senior volunteers plus a dedicated & experienced driver) travelled in their very own Peace Bus from Victoria across Canada, promoting just and peaceful societies through education, learning, and volunteerism.
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Impact Hub Ottawa is partnering with Synapcity to present Impact Academy: CityMaker Edition, a 3-month immersive and experiential learning program for creative and entrepreneurial change-makers who are making our communities more sustainable, inclusive, and equitable.
The FCA (Federation of Citizens' Associations of Ottawa) will honour Old Ottawa South resident Ed Kucerak at the FCA AGM on June 20, 2018, in recognition of Ed Kucerak’s exemplary photography and reporting of Re-imagining Brewer Park - Overwhelming Turnout to Public Consultation on Brewer Park’s Future.
The launch of Senior Watch Old Ottawa South and publication of our column has generated exactly the kind of response we need to further determine the direction we need to go.
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Content and advertising deadlines for 2018-2019 are as follows:
- August 17 (September 2018 issue)
- September 14 (October 2018 issue)
- October 12 (November 2018 issue)
- November 16 (December 2018 issue)
- December 14 (January 2019 issue)
- January 18 (February 2019 issue)
- February 15 (March 2019 issue)
- March 15 (April 2019 issue)
- April 12 (May 2019 issue)
- May 17 (June 2019 issue)
- June 14 (July/August 2019 issue)
- August 16 (September 2019 issue)
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Recent articles have drawn attention to the unattractive trees and gardens on Bank Street in Old Ottawa South and have raised the question — whose job is it to remedy this situation?
The Old Ottawa South Traffic and Safety Committee, chaired by Winnie Pietrykowski, has also asked that question. The Traffic Committee, in addition to following up on the OOS Traffic Survey with the City officials and sitting on the Lansdowne Traffic Monitoring Operations Committee (LTMOC) has acted on the notion that greener streets can play a role in encouraging more respectful and safe driving by those passing through our community. In this regard, a member of the Traffic Committee has become engaged with the Sunnyside Avenue Traffic Calming and Green Streets Project.