Are you a senior living in Old Ottawa South and thinking of a change in housing but staying in the neighbourhood?
The development team for the proposed six-storey apartment building at the corner of Bank and Aylmer (where Siam Kitchen, Boomerang Kids, and the Barley Mow are located currently) has made revisions to the design that was presented to our community back in June 2019. Come out and see what’s new!
On November 26, 2019, OSCA hosted a public meeting at the Firehall seeking residents’ views on the future of the fieldhouse at Windsor Park. The meeting was attended by about 30 people including our Councillor, Shawn Menard.
OSCA Board members Michael Jenkin and Luc Pellerin launched a presentation that displayed vividly the fieldhouse’s current dilapidated state, and estimated the potential costs of a renovation and a rebuild. Two flipcharts invited participants’ suggestions for the structural changes, as well as new or enhanced programming in the Park. Each participant was handed six sticky ‘dots’ to then vote for their preferred options in each category, three for facilities (or structures), and three for programming.
Kids Yoga ~ Spirituality with a Twist ~ Everything I wished I’d learned when I was a young girl
A few of the things included in this 12 week program for girls ages 10-13:
January 2020 will mark the beginning of a new era for Capital Daycare, as the former cooperative officially amalgamates with Andrew Fleck Children Services (AFCS). The merger of our local daycare—which has been operating for over 45 years in the basement of Trinity Anglican Church—and the largest non-profit childcare provider in the city of Ottawa bodes well for the future of one of our neighbourhood’s most cherished institutions.