Councillor Gower brings to our attention this week, a new community initiative – The Diversity Project…
This year, you are invited to join thousands of people who walk labyrinths worldwide as they participate in the fourteenth annual World Labyrinth Day at W.J. Bell Rotary Peace Park.
On April 27 via Zoom, Stittsville residents will have the opportunity to view and provide feedback on the Stittsville Main Street Public Realm Plan .
The Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society is currently seeking plant donations for the gardens in Lee Boltwood Park.
A Presentation of the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust taking place on March 23, 2022 via Zoom.
Spring is on the horizon, and with it comes spring cleaning – not just in the house, but in the community as well. Registration for Cleaning the Capital’s Spring Campaign starts on March 15th.
In this week’s update from Councillor Gower, shares the kindness shown from our community to the families who lost their homes in the recent fire on Aridus Crescent and links to donate to support the families effected.
One project that was not mentioned in the 2022 draft budget is “the next phase of Robert Grant Avenue…
Halloween is just around the corner and Councillor Gower is sharing his upcoming Trick or Treat event on October 31, along with some tips from Ottawa Public Health so all the witches and goblins can have a safe Halloween.
What’s happening with some of the flora and fauna in Stittsville’s ecosystems. Follow along and use this as inspiration to get out in our natural community!
Market in the Park takes place on Saturday, October 16, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Proceeds from the fundraising event will go to The Snowsuit Fund.
The Emerald Ash Borer is a non-native, highly destructive wood-boring beetle that feeds under the bark of ash trees.
Councillor Gower asks Stittsville residents to reflect and learn about reconciliation on September 30 as we honour those whose lives were impacted by the Residential School System.
Join CPAWS-OV in giving Thanks to Nature this Thanksgiving Sunday in four parks across Ottawa and Gatineau. Take a break and reconnect with the wild.
This year the SGHS has chosen the Lee Boltwood Park as their ongoing project. The park is located in the Bradley Commons neighbourhood on Abbott Street, East (just past the roundabout).