This month a new exhibit takes over the library wall featuring the photographs of long-time Stittsville resident and photographer John Edkins.
For one Stittsville resident, Tom Gardener, the pandemic affected him in a profound way – a positive discovery of the land around him.
Perpetua Quigley shares her watercolours and Haiku with our community. She has been creating artwork in which she captures the essence of Stittsville and the immediate area. Having painted other…
Jonathan Havelock is trekking across Canada to take images of trees for an exhibition to take place in 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta.
The first season of Stittsville on Patrol debuted to the highest ratings in FibeTV’s history – across Canada – and barely scratched the surface of suburban delinquency.
Perpetua Quigley is a local artist who has again captured the beauty and days of yore of Stittsville’s beloved Bradley-Craig farm. Perpetua painted this watercolour in July, 2021…
During the afternoon of August 6, the main dining room at Wildpine was transformed to a beautiful art gallery.
Perpetua Quigley has captured the Classical Revival design and importance of the mid-nineteenth century for the stone dwelling of the late Elizabeth and John Young on Hazeldean Road.
Sound of Muse Records-Creative Media studio in Stittsville recently partnered with the Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC) for a first-ever on-line production.
Pretty Pots Florist was at one time the Union Bank of Canada then becoming a Royal Bank branch. This frame building was renovated and became the home of the Union Bank in 1918.
A Stittsville resident and professional photographer, Danielle can be found with her lens focused on our local wildlife and nature. Danielle captured incredibly beautiful photos of our community fox – Alex – with whom she built a trusting friendship…
You can find many locally made gifts for that special someone or even yourself! Father’s Day is on June 20th and you are sure to find the perfect gift for Dad at the Makers Market this Saturday, June 19 or Sunday, June 20.
Perpetua has re-established the importance of the 1903 stone dwelling of the late Mr. Champness Bradley and his wife Mary Ann (nee Richardson).
MASC and the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) celebrate National Indigenous History Month with hoop dancer Rhonda Doxtator on Wednesday June 2 at 7:00pm and Indigenous Experiences on Wednesday June 16, as part of…
Susanna Kemp, born in 1807, was an immigrant from Tipperary, Ireland. She and her husband, William, were early farming pioneers in the village of Stittsville, of the former Goulbourn Township.