It’s that time of year again when Ottawa Public Library (OPL) challenges children and youth interested in writing to push their creative flair…
Given the uncertainty of the pandemic and current staffing pressures, the Ottawa Public Library will be adjusting its hours of operation and modifying services.
Stittsville author, John W. Egan, has released his second novel of the Gaspunk series – The Roman Sky. John’s reputation as an incredible author who pens novels bursting with history…
The darkest time of the year is the perfect time to light up your life with a great book — especially during these days of disappointing news. If you are curious about what book lovers in Ottawa read this year…
This week Councillor Gower is seeking volunteers to help out at the various outdoor rinks in a few of our Stittsville parks…
Samantha Dassanayake, a student at Sacred Heart High School, is an illustrator and the Marketing Coordinator for Bino Books a new startup that personalizes e-storybooks.
Looking for some good books to read over the Christmas season, visit the Stittsville Library and the Good Reads book store located at the branch.
Amanda Jetté Knox is an award-winning author, journalist, public speaker, and human rights advocate for the LGBTQ2S+ community.
Plague Take It had its book launch and signing on November 9th. Over half of the book’s contributing writers attended the event, which included readings of short pieces.
Barbara Robson has now written a children’s book, “Alex in Amberwood”, with charming and witty illustrations created by Christina Bugatsch.
Not only has the Stittsville Library returned to their regular hours, they are introducing in-person programs for November.
Plague Take It, co-edited by Ann McMillan and Jon Peirce, features writing by and about elders on the experiences of navigating a world during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Payson R. Harris, from Stittsville, published their first novel on October 22nd. The Quantity of Desire is about a minotaur named Chase who comes to a new land without his family and must learn to make his own way in the world.
The City of Ottawa is reminding residents of various schedule changes on Thanksgiving Day, Monday, October 11.
The Stittsville branch of the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) is offering free proof of vaccination printing and self-lamination until October 31, 2021.