About the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus
We Sing and Have Fun!
Our goal is to gift our community with music.
The West Ottawa Ladies Chorus (WOLC) performs traditional three and four-part ladies chorus sacred and secular repertoires from across genres and eras. In addition to fall and spring concerts W.O.L.C. welcomes opportunities to bring the joy of music to retirement communities, community groups, community events and collaborating with other choirs.
How do I join or get more information?
Contact the WOLC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out concert video recordings on the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus Youtube Channel.
Hospice Care Ottawa is a community-based charitable, non-profit organization. We offer palliative and end-of-life care, at no charge, to individuals and their loved ones.
At Hospice Care Ottawa we support individuals and their caregivers during their entire illness, from the time of diagnosis through to death and bereavement. Programs are provided at our hospice sites across the City of Ottawa and within the community. Delivery of services is made possible through the support of a small dedicated staff, many volunteers and generous donors.
Community Hospice Care programs include Day Hospice, In-Home Support as well as Caregiver and Bereavement Supports.
Residential Hospice Care provides round the clock care for people at the end-of-life, in a home-like and peaceful setting.
Do you or someone you know have a palliative or life-limiting illness? We can help. To make a referral to one of our Community Hospice Care programs call 613-680-0306. A Community Hospice Care nurse will connect with you to assess and discuss how we can best provide support.
Note: Admission to residential hospice is done through a referral by a healthcare provider.
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We meet every Wednesday night at the Pretty Street Community Centre.@ 7:00pm.
We are a not for profit organization providing social activities for older adults (50+) and seniors (65+) in the Ottawa area and encouraging interaction within the community. Our current activities include exercise classes, bridge and euchre card groups, shuffle board, monthly luncheons including local entertainers, excursions and trips to theatres, plays, comedy shows and other places of interest, and support for community charities.
Membership is $15.00 annually
A warm Welcoming Inclusive church in the heart of Stittsville. A caring congregation of Christian faith welcoming all, praising God, and seeking to do God’s work.
We are a non profit organization. Our Motto is “We Serve”
Are you looking for volunteer hours for school, give us a call.
Are you looking to help the community, give us a call.
Youth Connexion is a FOR Youth BY Youth Program with the City of Ottawa.
Drop-ins and events are put on by our REACH Students who earn their community service hours while providing activities and more for their younger peers.
Youth Connexion has a spot for anyone and everyone in grades 5+! Stop by any Thursday between 3&6pm, bring your friends & meet new friends! Watch movies, play games, tackle some DIY projects and more! We provide a light snack and refreshment.
Cost: $5.00 per drop in
The programs at St. Thomas focus on nurturing faith in Christ through worship, education, and pastoral care. We seek always to serve God’s world by continuing Jesus’ ministry of compassion and hospitality. This is made possible through the stewardship of the many blessings given to us by the Holy Spirit.
We have a nursery, a Sunday School (called God’s Garden), an active youth group (called the Jumpin’ Spirits), a youth choir (called The Campanella Choir), many social events, pastoral care, and a music ministry with a traditional choir and a contemporary praise group (called Cornerstone).
We are at 1619 Stittsville Main Street at Carleton Cathcart St.
Our Sunday services are at 8:30 am and 10:30 am
We would be very happy to have you join us.
R.E.A.C.H- Recreation Empowering Active Community Helpers is a youth initiative under our Youth Connexion program with the City of Ottawa.
Our goals are to provide a safe and fun environment for students to complete their 40 hours of community involvement while becoming active members of their community. We are aiming to help students make a difference in their community by providing events and activities for their peers and other age groups to engage all youth and make them active, respected members of their community.
Students will meet with their Youth Mentors weekly. During each meeting they will brainstorm how to get involved in their community by researching events to participate in, finding what youth are interested in, and more! Not only will students earn their hours doing something fun, they will be making a positive change benefitting youth in their area while developing the necessary skills to become an active member of their community.
R.E.A.C.H gives students a voice- we want to hear YOURS!
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