On the evening of August 12, the Stittsville Kiwanis and their community supporters, will fill Village Square Park with heart and humour as they host the movie Sing 2.
Avid readers of novels are familiar with the works of Stittsville author, John W. Egan. John has now published the second book in his historical fiction series Beyond 1812. His new novel is entitled Spring of 1813.
On Saturday, August 6th, a new entertainment venue opens in Stittsville at the Ottawa MegaDome. MaxxGames is coming to Stittsville! LaserMaxx Ottawa’s founder and CEO, Philip Aldis, has partnered with Matt Rakowski and Nick Catizzone to bring laser tag and more to the west end of the city.
Adrian Spitzer and Mark Watson, the owners and inspiration behind Dunrobin Distilleries, have been lifelong friends growing up in the neighbourhood of Old Ottawa South. They have both been entrepreneurs…
Looking for Love, Officially! Bell Fibe TV1’s single-camera, single-character comedy, Stittsville on Patrol has been renewed for Season 3 and puts itself out there by seeking a partner for Simon Bache. Ideally, someone who loves justice, hates Shawns.
Councillor Gower provides additional information on the sporadic power outages in south-end Stittsville that have been taking place since June. Please note, Councillor Gower’s next update will return the week of August 7th.
If you love magic and illusions, you do not want to miss out on seeing the world-class magic show OUTERBRIDGE – Clockwork Mysteries. The show returns to The Station Theatre in Smiths Falls.
With summer vacations started along with the hot days, the Stittsville Library is the perfect place to discover, have fun and cool down.
The Stittsville Legion handed out 16 bursaries for a total of $16,000 and The Friendship Club issued two $1,000 bursaries to local students on the evening of July 12, 2022.
Keeping you informed, some updates from Councillor Gower for this week includes his response to the question asked of him by many residents – Where do you stand on fare-free transit?
The Ottawa Humane Society is warning residents that after a relatively mild June and early July, high temperatures are forecasted for Ottawa this week and pose a great danger to pets left alone in cars.
The Ottawa Police receives hundreds of public complaints about internet fraud each year and would like to remind Ottawa residents to be vigilant.
A resident of Stittsville since 2004, Cecilia Troy, an artist, has curated a new library in the community – the Stittsville Free Little Art Gallery.
The Stittsville Lions Club have continued their commitment to presenting bursaries to those graduating from high school and going on to attend university or college.
According to The Four Pillars of the New Retirement, a study conducted by Edward Jones and Age Wave, thirty-three percent of recent retirees struggle to find a sense of purpose in retirement with new-found free time.