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.
During the afternoon of August 6, the main dining room at Wildpine was transformed to a beautiful art gallery.
The Stittsville Library staff are happy to see old friends and new enjoying the Stittsville Library branch again.
The Stittsville Library staff are excited to see their customers back inside the branch – browsing and reading! They are currently preparing for their Step 3 re-opening on July 26th.
There are schedule changes to City services for Canada Day. Some of the changes affect the week following – more so garbage collection.
The staff of the Stittsville Library want to ensure that the residents of Stittsville are up-to-date on what is happening at our local library branch.
(A Snapping Turtle discovered at the Amberwood Golf Course. The eggs layed by this mother have been protected from predators. Photos: Giselle Gunderman via Councillor Gower) From Snapping Turtles, bears,…
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…
Lucy Hambly, of Stittsville, was among the winners of the 2021 Awesome Authors contest in the Short Story age 9-12 category.
The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) staff realize that there are some in the community who don’t have access to computers or the internet. For that reason, the OPL has put in place safe access to printing, WiFi and computers…