The next year promises to be full of informative speakers each month and some fun events. The annual photo contest is one that highlights the many talented photographers here in the community who…
The Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society celebrates 60 years in 2022. The Society was founded on January 18,1962 by a handful of devoted and enthusiastic Stittsville gardeners under the banner name, Stittsville Horticultural Society.
Last week from September 7-10, Brian Beattie, a member of the SGHS, retired and a photographer, spent a few hours each day at Lee Boltwood Park capturing the volunteers at work and the beauty of the flowers that are diligently being attended to.
In 1965, Lee and Paul Boltwood were married. One year later in 1966, Lee and Paul left their beloved home province of British Columbia to set off in a new direction and their new venture in life.
The Stittsville Main Street Public Realm plan has been approved by the City’s Planning Committee (it goes to City Council on July 6th).
The Councillor invites all residents to the first-ever multicultural community showcase at Village Square Park on June 25 with entertainment and exhibits for all to enjoy.
Councillor Gower brings to our attention this week, a new community initiative – The Diversity Project…
The Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society is currently seeking plant donations for the gardens in Lee Boltwood Park.
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).