Just a reminder that the pool closes in a couple of days…
Nothing says spring like the beginning of baseball – Join the first ever Champlain Park Baseball Pool! It’s free and low-maintenance, to enter:
- Pick one position player from each of these positions: 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, Catcher, (5 players total)
- Pick 3 outfielders
Position players get 1 point for each steal, run, homerun, RBI
- Pick 1 pitcher – pitchers get 5 points for each win and 1 point for each strikeout
- Pick a team – each team win gets 2 points
Submit your 10 picks (9 players and 1 team) to Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 22nd 10pm.
For questions or details email Nick.
Please get your picks for the hockey pool in to Nick by this Thursday evening. See the hockey pool post for details.
Just a reminder that the Holiday Charity Auction ends at 5pm on December 15th.
Just a reminder that the board meeting is on Wednesday evening and you need to contact the secretary if you want to join the video conferencing call. See https://champlainpark.org/2020/11/02/community-association-board-meeting-agenda-november-25/
Just a reminder of the previous Halloween post. Also note that everyone in the neighbourhood can email their vote for their favourite house or pumpkin to Xenosn@yahoo.com.
Halloween English portrait poster CPCA 2020b.pdf
A couple of reminders for things happening in our neighbourhood.
First, the tree planting event is on tomorrow; looks like it’s going to be a nice fall day. To sign up and for more details see: https://champlainpark.org/2020/09/10/planting-trees-event-in-the-neighbourhood-september-20/
Second, the West End Studio tour is on this weekend and next weekend, https://westendstudiotour.ca/ Walk our neighbourhood and visit three of the artists living here, from 11am to 5pm: Paula #7 on Daniel, Aly #6 on Patricia and Don #8 on Cowley.
Following up on the previous post about saplings being available:
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2020 15:25:28 -0400
From: DANIEL BUCKLES <email@example.com>
Spring time trees
Are you one of the lucky ones with a front yard unimpeded by hydro wires? Do you have a backyard with space to breath? Want to start the next generation of the elder tree in your yard? There are still a few baby Bur Oaks (Heritage Champlain Oaks) and baby Sugar Maples available from my backyard nursery. They will become big trees, so not for tiny spaces. Curb side pick up available at Daniel Avenue, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reminder – Dogs MUST be on Leashes at all times.
Message from the Champlain Park Community Association
City of Ottawa bylaws and rules established by the National Capital Commission require dog owners to keep their dog on a leash at all times while in our neighbourhood. This applies to streets, to the Champlain Woods and to the Tunney’s Pasture parking lot, where dogs must also be on leashes at all times. The Park in our community is designated as a “No Dogs allowed” space, as is Remic Beach.