Over the holiday break, we will have interactive activities in the children’s department such as I Spy, Spot the Difference and so much more. Library programs for our next session will be posted shortly and mentioned in the next newsletter.
Caileigh, a St. John’s Ambulance therapy dog, loves to listen to stories read by children or adults, so register in-person at the Stittsville Library for either of these afternoon sessions on June 11 or 18.
In 2013, the Stittsville Library introduced conversational French language lessons for retirees.
This month a new exhibit takes over the library wall featuring the photographs of long-time Stittsville resident and photographer John Edkins.
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 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.
This year is the 26th anniversary of Black History Month in Canada. That makes 26 years of spotlighting Black Canadians’ contributions not only to their communities, but to all of Canadian society…
Councillor Gower keeps the community updated with his weekly notes to Stittsville Central, as well as through his website. Our Councillor shares his vision of the Official Plan…
Wonder what is going on at the Stittsville Library Branch? So did we. We reached out to discover what you can expect when you make your next visit.
Did you know the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) offers many great interactive and FREE online programs? With a library card, you have access to everything from gardening to language training.…