This is a slightly political message, but it’s worth posting since the recent bus route changes are of local concern. Problems with the new routes (such as not fully connecting across downtown Ottawa) have lead to this survey to get feedback to present to municipal candidates, and to the formation of the Ottawa Transit Riders’ Group. Continue reading
Dog training is now available at Champlain Park Field house! Join Carol the Dog Trainer on Saturday mornings to brush up on your skills or learn some new ones.
This fall, we are offering:
- Basic Training for Pooches and Pups (Level 1) for all ages
- Complete Puppy (for pups ages 2-5 months)
- Combo Class: Re-Call and Leash-Walking Skill Improvement (All ages)
Full descriptions and registration information are available under “group classes” at http://www.carolthedogtrainer.ca/group-classes/
Since they mentioned tree tours…
Subject: Friends of the Farm Fall Events and Activities
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2018 10:15:15 -0400
From: Friends of the Farm <email@example.com>
Hello, here are the Friends of the Farm events and activities for Fall 2018. Please help us get the word out, thank you.
September 23rd– Friends of the Farm Tree Tour at 10am Blgd 72, Arboretum. Citizen Science: How to Document Trees. Tour leader Owen Clarkin will focus on how and why to document trees to the family, genus, and species levels for scientific/conservation databases, emphasizing techniques in photography. Free, public welcome. Register online http://friendsofthefarm.ca/arboretum-tree-tours/ or 613-230-3276
Help find missing Monte !!
Have you seen this cat? He’s been missing since Friday, Aug. 24 from a house on Daniel Avenue near the corner of Clearview. Monte is very friendly and affectionate. He is a black, short-haired and has a tiny bit missing from the top of one ear. He will come if called. A reward is available. Any sightings, please call or text Suzanne at 613-301-1949. Thanks in advance for the community support.
Our family has recently moved into 202 Northwestern Ave. We love it here!
We are holding a “treasure sale” on Sunday, August 12th from 8-2. We are raising money for an organization called Be the Choice (http://bethechoice.org/) that helps breast cancer patients navigate the treatment path. It’s new, it’s innovative, and it’s making a change for the better for patients and their families.
We’re also open (and hoping) for donations, so anyone with anything to give is most welcome to leave it in front of our garage anytime before Sunday morning.
Let me know if you have any questions.
All my best,
The weather forecast looks good (not too hot, not raining until after midnight), so tonight is a good night to come and see William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night performed by A Company of Fools in our park, starting at 7pm.
See https://champlainpark.org/2018/07/23/theatre-in-our-park-with-meet-and-greet-august-3/ for more information.
Come see William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night performed by A Company of Fools in Champlain Park (Clearview and Cowley Ave), starting at 7pm on Friday August 3rd.
Our community association will be sponsoring snacks and drinks for a Meet and Greet immediately after the performance.
Company of Fools 2018 cast of Twelfth Night
Please bring your own lawn chairs or blanket. Be aware that no alcohol is allowed in the park.