The Goulbourn Township Historical Society has created a display that shares photos and the history of the many talented athletes who came from across Goulbourn.
There is always something going on in Stittsville, especially at this time of the year. You can enjoy a varied mix of events during December and into the upcoming year.
Here is a bit of a wrap-up for more to do this weekend and this coming week. Remember to support Stittsville’s local businesses while you are out there doing your thing!
Many of you know Nicki who greets you at the Reception Desk or assists you with finding your next great title to read – well Barbie touched her world as well.
Make the Stittsville Library your go-to this summer! Just a friendly reminder that Sunday hours will be paused for the months of July and August…
The caterpillar and butterfly friends will be at the Library throughout May. When they are mature they will be released into a natural setting with a butterfly release party.
Local artist Stephany Castilla is hosting a month-long solo presentation of her works at the Stittsville Library in April 2023.
The Show is called Vintage in Bloom. Her compositions are inspired by her own collection of vintage items and florals.
The new photography exhibition coming to Stittsville in December will be a double feature. The Iconic Ottawa exhibition is a collection of images by Stittsville photographer John Edkins that represent the best known Ottawa landmarks.
Looking for a good read for the colder weather? All the money raised by the volunteers who manage the sale of the used books and the Good Reads store remains at the Stittsville branch to be used for special programing.
Did you also know the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) programs are FREE with a library card (unless specified)?
We’re really happy with the busyness in our branch one week into school holidays, many new people coming in to get library cards and children’s programs are well attended
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.
Some children are very comfortable reading to dogs and enjoy reading with Caileigh, a St. John’s Ambulance therapy dog.
The Ottawa Library is hosting a number of upcoming events and programs including a plant swap at the Stittsville Library and online mental health workshops.
How do you know you are appreciated? The staff at the Stittsville Library certainly are.