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.
On Friday, July 8, the Bradley family were honoured with a commemorative park naming – Bradley Square – on Stittsville Main Street.
We’re really happy with the busyness in our branch one week into school holidays, many new people coming in to get library cards and children’s programs are well attended
(In 1956, Silas Bradley opened Bradley’s Insurance on Main Street in Stittsville. In this photo taken in the early 1960s, were: (l to r) Silas, Mary Jane (nee Argue), Jean…
The Stittsville Village Association (SVA) prides itself on hosting a family-friendly, community-driven Canada Day celebration.
Councillor Gower is providing his update for programs, local events and meetings taking place for the week of July 4-9, 2022.
Live, local entertainment, a teeming Family Fun Zone, and spectacular fireworks will be the three main pillars behind 2022’s Canada Day in Stittsville.
In 1965, Lee and Paul Boltwood were married. One year later in 1966, Lee and Paul left their beloved home province of British Columbia to set off in a new direction and their new venture in life.
The Boyd homestead is considered a building of significance of long-standing agricultural heritage in our area. It’s fate is still to be determined.
The Stittsville Main Street Public Realm plan has been approved by the City’s Planning Committee (it goes to City Council on July 6th).
Participants indicated a strong sense of support for an Algonquin name, an important step in work towards reconciliation – Todd Thompson, Principal, Shingwaakon Public School.
“After almost 10 years since the inception of WOW, I am so proud of the work OLIP has done to make WOW such a successful initative,” Mayor Watson told the audience.
The Councillor invites all residents to the first-ever multicultural community showcase at Village Square Park on June 25 with entertainment and exhibits for all to enjoy.