The Kiwanis Kids 4 Kids Talent Showcase returns for its second annual performance
In 2019, the Kanata-Stittsville Kiwanis Club held their first Kids 4 Kids talent show. Four years and one pandemic later, they held their second (what will hopefully now be) annual show.
Ottawa-Stittsville Rotary Club to show two more films for their Winter 2023 International Film Series
The Rotary Club of Ottawa-Stittsville will be showing the two final films of their film series on April 24th and May 29th.
Collective Strength: The clothing brand promotes mental health while supporting an important local organization
Michaela and Grace are two young women from Stittsville who started their company last summer and have recently rebranded to better reflect their purpose. Their brand aims to make an impact by donating $1 from every item sold to the Distress Centre of Ottawa.
Stephany Castilla bringing colourful joy to Stittsville Library
Local artist Stephany Castilla is hosting a month-long solo presentation of her works at the Stittsville Library in April 2023.
The Show is called Vintage in Bloom. Her compositions are inspired by her own collection of vintage items and florals.
Relay for Life is back in person and Caitlin Bauer co-chairs Carleton University’s monumental event!
If you’ve never heard of it or are unclear about what exactly Relay for Life is, Relay is essentially a year-long (or school-year-long) fundraiser that often ends in a 12-hour event to cap off fundraising.
A. Lorne Cassidy students fundraise to support southern Türkiye and northern Syria families
The idea to host a fundraiser was chosen by these grade four, five, and six students after they were taught about how they could be advocates in their community and work to improve the world around them, despite their age.
Got Talent? Take the stage at the Kiwanis Club’s annual K4K Talent Showcase
The Kiwanis Club of Kanata-Stittsville is seeking talented youth for their 2023 Kids 4 Kids Talent Showcase. The showcase is a fantastic opportunity for local youth to bring their talent and raise funds to help kids in our community.
More than 40 animals to be spayed and neutered at the Ottawa Humane Society
The effort is in recognition of World Spay Day, an international event to raise awareness about the importance of spaying and neutering pets.
Sacred Heart High School’s annual charity Grads vs Teachers hockey game in support of Heart Month returns
The school’s student council organized the buy-out hockey game where students donated two dollars to get out of class and travel next door to the Cardel Recreation Complex to watch the friendly hockey game in support of Heart Month.
Stittsville Lions and area clubs hold monumental meeting of donations
The February 8, 2023 meeting held at the Stittsville Lions hall was an evening of celebration and giving. There was a total of 27 Lions in attendance and an additional five participating virtually to hear the good news to be shared.
Stittsville residents pack more than 300 shoeboxes for children in need
Children in need around the world to receive 415,000 gift-filled shoeboxes from Canadians, including Stittsville residents who helped to pack the shoeboxes…
Stittsville Rotary Club’s International Film Series is back for winter 2023
The Stittsville Rotary Club is once again bringing back their awaited film series this winter with the showing of four choice films.
Kate Babineau’s commitment to ringette pays off – named to play for Team Ontario at Canada Winter Games
I am very thankful to WORA, my coaches, and teammates over the years for their continuing support, teaching and friendship
Stittsville artist Stephany Castilla donating funds from her 31-day challenge creating and selling artwork
Stephany Castilla, a Stittsville fine artist, is creating one unique oil painting a day for 31 days in January. This is her third year doing this challenge to support a local charity.
What’s new and happening at the Stittsville Library for January 2023
When books are purchased from the Friends of the Library book sale at ‘Good Reads’ in the Stittville branch, money raised can be used for special things not covered in the library’s regular budget.