Stephany Castilla bringing colourful joy to Stittsville Library
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.
Ready to be mindful of your health? Top nutrition tips for maintaining women’s health
Women are accustomed to experiencing changes in their lives, whether it’s becoming a new parent or starting a new career, it can be challenging to put ourselves first.
Cleaning the Capital 2023 spring campaign opens registration
Spring Cleaning the Capital Campaign not only promotes community pride but is an excellent way for high school students to complete some community involvement hours.
Relay for Life is back in person and Caitlin Bauer co-chairs Carleton University’s monumental event!
If you’ve never heard of it or are unclear about what exactly Relay for Life is, Relay is essentially a year-long (or school-year-long) fundraiser that often ends in a 12-hour event to cap off fundraising.
A look back at the Canada Winter Games – West Ottawa Ringette alumni Jalena Marelic of Team Ontario shares her experience
Jalena says, “one memory that will forever stick with me would be the feeling of walking out at the opening ceremonies cheering for your province…
Explore Kanata, Stittsville and beyond: a family moves to a new community during COVID
I think in the time we have been settling into the area, we have found some fascinating and unique places while exploring Kanata and the Stittsville environs that can only be found here.
Algonquin co-op student Teresa Krasnichuk welcomed by Stittsville Central
We are pleased to introduce Teresa Krasnichuk. Teresa has been a resident of Kanata for three years, having moved here with her family from Calgary, Alberta…
A. Lorne Cassidy students fundraise to support southern Türkiye and northern Syria families
The idea to host a fundraiser was chosen by these grade four, five, and six students after they were taught about how they could be advocates in their community and work to improve the world around them, despite their age.
“Having Relations” – romance, comedy and all things Irish coming to Kanata Theatre
“Having Relations” is a delightful play for the St. Paddy’s crowd or at any time of year. This extremely funny Canadian 3- hander romantic comedy by Sarah Quick is a fun exploration of long-distance relationships, adventure, and family ties.
What’s new and happening at the Stittsville Library for March 2023
For those not travelling for March Break, there are a number of programs for children, youth and teens at the Stittsville branch to keep the kids occupied…
WINNING PHOTOS: the results are in for the Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society photo competition
The 2023 photo competition for the Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society proved once again that we have so many talented photographers.
COMMUNITY NOTES: from the desk of Councillor Gower
Volunteers are needed for the youth basketball drop-in, as well as exhibitors and performers for the June 17 ‘Welcome to Stittsville’ event taking place at Village Square Park.
Sacred Heart Varsity Girls hockey team defeat St. Joseph High in city finals – now OFSAA Bound!
Both the Huskies’ boys and girls teams made it to the city finals this year, once again reinforcing the school’s dominance in the on-ice sport.
Ontario government allocates funds towards Ottawa public transit services
Ontario is currently working on building a better transportation system across the province. In order to do so, they have declared that they will be allocating funds towards Ottawa’s public transit services.
Got Talent? Take the stage at the Kiwanis Club’s annual K4K Talent Showcase
The Kiwanis Club of Kanata-Stittsville is seeking talented youth for their 2023 Kids 4 Kids Talent Showcase. The showcase is a fantastic opportunity for local youth to bring their talent and raise funds to help kids in our community.