Nice to see Councillor Gower getting out, finally, for his cross-crountry ski, but he was also working – writing this week’s updates in his column for us.
With a major snowstorm headed to the Ottawa area, the City of Ottawa is advising of service impacts – including waste and recycling collection.
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.
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…
In August, 2021, four artists of Wildpine Residence held their first art show – Chuck Wood, Ernie Allen, Annie Swinemar and Anne Hearn. They are now sharing their abundance of talent with the public.
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.
Not only has the Stittsville Library returned to their regular hours, they are introducing in-person programs for November.
Councillor Gower and his team enjoyed seeing all of the Halloween goblins who dropped by the Village Square Park to say ‘boo’ and receive some treats. There is still time to enter your photos into Councillor Gower’s costume contest.
This month a new exhibit takes over the library wall featuring the photographs of long-time Stittsville resident and photographer John Edkins.
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.
The Stittsville Library is returning to their regular hours, including Sundays. The branch has several current and upcoming programs for residents to enjoy.
The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes for Labour Day, Monday, September 6.
Stittsville has changed a lot even since I was a kid and I have watched some of my favourite places disappear into subdivisions.