Councillor Gower is sharing this week’s updates and news of importance for residents of Stittsville. Have you registered for the February 20th public zoom meeting for the proposed development at 6310 Hazeldean Road?
The Goulbourn Township Historical Society has created a display that shares photos and the history of the many talented athletes who came from across Goulbourn.
February has began with a warm week and unfortunately the Rideau Canal is not open for Winterlude, but there are many more activities to enjoy throughout this winter festival. Canal officials are asking all residents to please stay off the ice.
January was a busy month at the Museum with time spent planning new exhibits, doing collections work and running programs. We’ve got lots on the go in February, too. The Museum is open Fridays and Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM. Hope to see soon!
On arrival for work on January 19th, the staff at Goulbourn Museum were met with a disturbing scene. In the early morning hours, , the Museum’s flagpole…
The activities continue for January as the Goulbourn Museum returns to their winter hours on Friday and Saturday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Over 350 streets, parks and facilities across Ottawa bear the names of individuals who made extraordinary contributions to the city and its residents….
The year-end recap is always an enjoyable time as we sift through our archives and see how many stories we have brought to Stittsville residents over the past year. They bring back the memory of stories of people, places, events, organizations and businesses that are the make-up of our community…
The Stittsville Public School is celebrating 75 years in the community with a Memory Mingle on Thursday, November 30, 2023 from 4:00 to 6:00pm. It will be an open house with past and current students and teachers…
Thanks to the volunteers who worked so hard, local businesses and individuals who generously donated to the event, Museum staff say “it was a roaring success”.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and with that there are a number of arts and craft shows taking place in Stittsville and area. There are dinners, theatre, fundraisers, trivia and karaoke nights to fill your weekend and the upcoming week. Don’t miss out on these fun times.
We are saddened by the recent passing of Valerie Wright on September 10, 2023 at the age of 83. Valerie was very involved in our community of Stittsville for many years.
Long-time Stittsville resident, historian and journalist John Curry was recognized with an honour for which he would be proud, yet humbled. The newly created History Centre at the Goulbourn Museum was dedicated in John’s name.
It promises to be a nippy, but sunny weekend just in time for the numerous events taking place in Stittsville for the next few days. From large to smaller events, you will find something for everyone to enjoy. Let’s get started…
For those in attendance, it was a day of celebration that brought our former history to life again with many fond memories shared of growing up in a railway town.