Please mark your calendar to join the Westboro Beach Community Association in learning about the EARLY DAYS IN WESTBORO BEACH
When: 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 17
Robert N. Grainger, an expert on local history, has chaired the History Committee of the Westboro Beach Community Association since 1995. In 2005, he authored Early Days on Westboro Beach: Reflections and Images. This was the centennial year of the creation of the Police Village of Westboro. For a later project he helped the Woodroffe North Community Association produce a history of the village of Woodroffe entitled River, Road and Rail: Woodroffe Memories, published in 2011. Currently, he is preparing a history of the Champlain Park neighbourhood, previously known as Riverside Park. He is one of the most knowledgeable people around when it comes to the history of Old Ottawa West.
The webinar is free and everyone is welcome! To reserve your spot, go to:
Subject: Beechwood Market coming to your neck of the woods
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2021 15:59:52 -0500
From: Beechwood Market <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hope all is well in this special time to be alive.
As a former community association president (Vanier), I appreciate that your time is precious and you get requests from all angles. In the spirit of adding to your line up of requests, I am writing to tell you that the Beechwood Market is coming to your neighbourhood. I thought your members might be interested in our unique service.
Ottawa’s online farmers market, we offer local products all year round. With a roster of 30 Ottawa area businesses, we are truly supporting local. Nat’s Bread, Carlington Booch, Baccanalle Foods, Hall’s Apple Market, Beking’s Eggs, Ottawa Farm Fresh and Cloud Forest Coffee are just a few of the local businesses featured.
Starting February 6th, customers will be able to pick up their completed orders each Saturday at 339 Richmond Road, the Cloud Forest Cafe. We also deliver for a $5 flat fee.
All the info can be found at beechwoodmarket.ca
Call for volunteers for a Community Garden approved for NCC land, west of the Parkdale off-ramp.
Dear Community Garden supporters,
The Goldenrod Community Garden has recently received approval to build a garden on a parcel of NCC land between Goldenrod Drive in the Tunney’s Pasture Complex and the SJAM Parkway. The garden location is just west of the Parkdale off-ramp of the SJAM Parkway.
We received approval and funding from the Ottawa Community Garden Network (a City of Ottawa agent) to purchase materials to build the garden infrastructure including: fencing, a storage shed and raised beds. We anticipate that we will start building as soon as the snow melts in the spring of 2021, approximately mid-April.
We are looking for members of the Hintonburg, Mechanicsville, Champlain Park and Westboro communities who are interested in participating in building the Goldenrod Community Garden in a number of roles. Please read the roles below and send an email with your name, availability and role to: email@example.com
From councillor Jeff Leiper’s newsletter #238, also see http://kitchissippiward.ca/content/tom-brown-arena-respite-centre-faq:
The Tom Brown temporary respite centre has opened and I’m pleased that it’s been well-used with few major issues in the community. Residents have asked how they can best welcome our neighbours using the centre, and City staff have provided me with the following:
Adrian has forwarded this message about drop-in sports. Our fieldhouse isn’t open but Dovercourt is…
From: Dovercourt Recreation Association <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: November 9, 2020 at 8:46 AM
Drop-in Pickleball is starting Monday November 16, weekdays from 1-2pm, for up to eight participants at a time as you rotate through play. It’s only a $3 drop-in fee. Come as a group or single player.
Participants are asked to wear a mask and hand sanitize regularly during play. Please bring your own equipment.
Here is the link to register for your spot(s).
Please let us know if you have any questions.
the Dovercourt Sports Team
Family Law, Access, and COVID-19
COVID-19 has impacted every aspect of society, including family life. Please join Reach for a discussion on family law and access issues. In speaking about access in the context of COVID-19, the presentation will, among other things, touch on considerations for families with parents and/or children living with disabilities, as well as provide information on navigating the current family law court process during the pandemic. Our speaker will be Lisa Sharp, a family law and immigration lawyer practicing in Ottawa.
Lisa Sharp has practised family law for fifteen years, including family and child protection litigation, adoptions, and fertility law. Lisa is a parent / step parent to seven children; some of whom are persons with disabilities. Lisa offers a welcoming and accessible office to all families and has worked with families led by lesbian, gay, straight and transgender parents.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
There is no fee to attend this event, but advanced registration is required. This Legal Information Seminar is made possible with support from the Ottawa Community Foundation.
Silent Auction Coordinator
Via co-chair Heather: FYI. The Walkable Ottawa project links into what will be a major focus on 15 Minute Neighbourhoods as the City drafts its new Official Plan.
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