Events not to be missed this weekend and next week

Art Show May 3-5 – the Stittsville Legion on Main Street will be hosting an art show organized by Richard Gagne, Legion member and former Stittsville resident. Richard says, “This will be an amazing Sale and Show of original art from 25 great area artists! Great Art does not have to be Expensive Art. If you are looking to redecorate or simply see what’s out there in the Art World this event is the place to be”. You can visit this free art show: May 3 from 3-9pm; May 4 from 10am-5pm; and May 5 from 10am-4pm. “Giving back is also part of what we do. That being said, we will be donating $1,000 to Veterans/Stittsville Legion – so come out and support the Artists” said Richard further. If you are in the hunt for art, this would be a great opportunity to support two good causes.

May 47:30am registration starts for the 2nd annual Villanova Dental Studios Free Day of Dentistry being held at both locations (9A-1261 Main Street and 2-5597 Hazeldean Road). From 8:00am – 2:30pm, once appointment booked, you can receive teeth cleaning, a tooth removal or a tooth filling for free. This is the day that Villanova gives back to our community – arrive early as patients are seen on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, visit their website or call 613-604-4722.

May 49:30-11am4th Annual Stittsville Jane’s Walk – ‘Secrets of Stittsville’. Meet at the Village Park Square (corner Main and Abbott Streets). Come and discover your community as Councillor Glen Gower leads you down Main Street to unearth and provide commentary on the many secrets of Stittsville. Glen has been bringing this free event to Stittsville for four years since his inaugural walk in 2016. Wear comfortable footwear and enjoy this chance to find out more about your neighbourhood.

May 4 – Support the volunteers of the Walter Baker Chapter of the IODC at Stittsville’e Giant Tiger store on Hazeldean Road. For a donation, from 11am-3pm you can enjoy hot dogs and drinks. There will also be home made baking for sale. All of the proceeds support the worthwhile projects of the IODC.

May 4Pong’s Poutine again this year is holding their annual CHEO ‘Poutine’ fundraiser. All monies from the day’s sale of poutine will be donated to CHEO. Some of the poutine you can enjoy — General Tao, Bacon Cheeseburger, Chili and Popcorn Chicken. Enjoy a Canadian invention and support a great cause!

May 5Celebrate amusement parks with the Goulbourn Museum at their Family Craft Day. From 1:30-3pm, children aged 4-11 accompanied by an adult, can come dressed as their favourite ‘Wonder Park’ character. The cost is $4/child and you can register at or call 613-831-2393.

May 6 – The Stittsville Branch of the Ottawa Public Library, (1637 Stittsville Main, Grace Thompson meeting room), will be providing an inspirational learning opportunity with ‘Walking for Peace’ and their Camino pilgrimage. You must register to attend and can do so here: The talk will be from 6:30-8pm.

May 9ALE is hosting a Community Swingin’ Sixties Dinner & Dance from 5:30-10:30pm. There will be DJ dancing and a best outfit contest. A buffet dinner to be served at 6:30pm. The evening is $45. and pre-registration is required. Call 613-831-2442.

May is Bike to Work month – Sign-up to Stittsville’s group Let’s Bike Stittsville by going to and search for Stittsville to register.



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