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.
Being a caregiver is a transformative process. Making that transition and learning to acknowledge and embrace the changes that caregiving brings will make the journey more rewarding. Join author and advocate, DonnaThompson, as she takes us through the Caregiver Journey outlined in her book: The Unexpected Journey of Caregiving: The Transformation of Loved One to Caregiver she co-authored with Zachary White, Associate Professor of Communication at Queen’s University in Charlotte N.C.
This weeks theme is Escape Rooms! Anyone in Grade 4-7 are welcome to come! $8 per child. Sign up online using the barcode YN0117, phone us at 613-247-4926, or come by the Firehall in person. You can also get a pass for all 6 of this season's Youth Nights for $42 using the barcode YTHW20.
In the Master Piano Recital Series: Canadian pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin and violinist Andrew Wan conclude their cycle of Beethoven Violin Sonatas playing Opuses 23, 96, and 47, the famous 'Kreutzer'. Tickets.