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December 10, 2015: Community Calendar Plus.

December 10, 2015: Community Calendar Plus.
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December 9 & 16 – Teachings of the Trail.
Teachings of the Trail is a series of bi-weekly learning circles at Kitchissippi United Church on Wednesday evenings from 7pm sharp to 8:30pm. In response to the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, this is a way to bring awareness to the “Kitchissippi Turtle” which is a knowledge base of traditional Algonquin spiritual teachings. Our Prophecy of the Seven Fires states: “In the Time of the Seventh Fire, a New People will search for what was left by the Trail.” We, our current generation, are the New People. These learning circles are open to everyone because we are all native to the earth. Through medicine storytelling and the sharing of authentic Kitchissippi Algonquin wisdom, this educational awareness mission intends to inspire people to see and embrace the good medicine of Life itself. Teachings of the Trail celebrates the re-emergence of local, Kitchissippi Algonquin Knowledge that helps us get better in our times. For more info: timyearington@gmail.com , 613-725-5225, http://timyearington.com .

December 11 – Kringle Event. ++++
Santa returns to Hintonburg! As always, the Hintonburg Community Association and the Hintonburg Community Centre (HCC) will be providing free hot chocolate and holiday goodies, as well as free crafts for kids of all ages to make and share. The event takes place at the HCC, 1064 Wellington St. W from 6 to 8 pm. There will also be free photos of the kids with Santa for residents (he’ll be there from 6:30 to 7:30 pm). Come enjoy the holiday spirit. All are welcome.

December 12 – Local Artist shows off in Almonte. ++++
If you think that architecture and quilting seem unrelated, think again. Show features the work of artists Diane Laundy and Robin Laws-Field. Come and be dazzled as two talented artists show us a new way of looking at the world. “Surface Fabrications” runs from December 8 until February 13, 2016. The official opening event is on Saturday, December 12 from 2 to 4 pm. The Mississippi Valley Textile museum is located at 3 Rosamond St. in Almonte.

December 13 – Benefit Christmas Concert.
At Saint-François d’Assise church. Harmonia Choir of Ottawa, Cross Town Youth Chorus and the Choir of Saint-François d’Assise church will present a benefit Christmas concert in aid of the St. Vincent de Paul Society on Sunday December 13th at 2:30 p.m. Musical director: Kurt Ala-Kantti; organ : Gilles Maurice Leclerc. Tickets are available at the door: $25 for adults and free for children and youth accompanying their parents. The church is situated at the corner of Fairmont Avenue and Wellington Street West in Hintonburg. OC Transpo bus no. 2 stops in front of the church and an elevator is accessible from the West side of the church. For further information call Gilles M. Leclerc 613-798-0264 (evenings) and or 613-447-8549 (day time).

December 14 – Meeting for Stage 2 LRT in McKellar Park
On Monday, December 14th, the McKellar Park Community Association will host a meeting for all McKellar Park community residents to discuss Stage 2 of the Western Light Rail project, which will run through our community on the Sir John A Macdonald Parkway and cross over to Richmond Road. Councillor Leiper, as well as officials from the Rail Implementation Office will be available to discuss the alignment of the LRT, station placement and design, the timing and impact of construction, and the environmental assessment process which is scheduled to begin early in the new year, and to answer your questions on all aspects of the project. The meeting will be 7:15-9:00 PM at the McKellar Park fieldhouse on Wavell Avenue.

December 15 – Gloria: Christmas Concert.
Canadian Centennial Choir’s Christmas concert featuring Gloria by Vivaldi with chamber ensemble. Marg Stubington director. Tuesday, Dec 15, 7:30 p.m. at Woodroffe United Church, 207 Woodroffe Ave. Tickets in advance are $22/$18 or $25/22 at the door. Available from The Leading Note, Herb & Spice (Wellington), or http://www.ccc-ccc.ca .

December 18 – Open Stage night at the Westboro Legion.
Open Stage night at the Westboro Legion with the host band The Feel starts at 7:00 p.m. For more information visit the legion website at http://www.rcl480.com or call 613-725-2778.

December 19 – Saturday Night Dance at the Westboro Legion.
Saturday Night Dance at the Westboro Legion with Nostalgia starts at 7:00 p.m. For more information visit the Legion website at http://www.rcl480.com or call 613-725-2778.

December 25 – Free Christmas Day Dinner at the Carleton Tavern. ++++
The Carleton Tavern and the Hintonburg Economic Development Committee are hosting the 15th annual Christmas Day Dinner at the Carleton Tavern, 223 Armstrong at Parkdale from 11 am to 3 pm.
Donations of turkeys, tourtières, baked goods and gifts are needed to make this a day to remember (especially new warm items for men such as socks, gloves and scarves). New or gently used gift bags would also be appreciated. Items can be dropped at the tavern any time during the week before Christmas. Frozen turkeys should be dropped off by Dec. 15th. For more information, call Cheryl at 728-7582 or e-mail hedc@sympatico.ca.

December 31 – New Year’s Eve Party.
New Year’s Eve Party at the Westboro Legion with Marleen Fawcett and Mountain Breeze. Tickets on sale at the bar. For more information visit the Legion website at http://www.rcl480.com or call 613-725-2778.

January 13 – Hintonburg Happening 2016 Brainstorming Session.
Did you take part in last years Hintonburg Happening? Or went to an event and wished you had been involved? Have a cool art studio you would like to share with the hood? Now is your chance to chat & collaborate with the business owners and artists who participated last year and those who are thinking about participating this year. Join us at The Hintonburg Public House Wednesday January 13 between 5 p.m.-7 p.m. for the Hintonburg Happening 2016 Brainstorming Session. Please RSVP so we know how many to expect but if you can make it last minute please don’t hesitate to stop by. Snacks provided by The Hintonburg Public House. Email any questions about Happening Events to vb246@hotmail.com.

February 6 – Family Dance with live music.
Do you love to dance with your kids? Ottawa Contra Dance is hosting a Family Dance from 3:30-5 pm on Saturday February 6 at the Churchill Recreation Centre. This is a community dance experience with live music and a caller. All dances are taught and family friendly. Recommended for ages 3+. Free for all kids … $10 for everyone over 16 yrs. For more info go to: http://www.ottawacontra.ca/view/?familydance . Can’t make this date? Family Dance will also be happening March 19 and April 16.

Social Seniors.
Join in an afternoon of cards, bridge, euchre, board games and socializing every Wednesday from 1:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Fatima Parish Hall, 153 Woodroffe Ave. All seniors are welcome to attend this weekly non-denominational social gathering. For more information contact Ellena 613-728-4018 or Celine 613-234-0853 .

Friday Open Mic Nights.
Show off your musical chops and bask in the applause at the Westboro Legion! We have the sound equipment so just bring your talent and instrument(s). For information, call the branch any afternoon: 613-725-2778 .

Rosemount Library – Expansion & Development (READ). ++++
Do you care about Rosemount – your community library? If so, READ (Rosemount Expansion and Development) would like you to get involved. READ is a group of local volunteers throughout Rosemount’s catchment area that want to help expand and redevelopment Rosemount Library. They are working closely with library staff and with politicians at various levels of government on this issue.
Rosemount Library is the second most used library per sq/ft of all 32 branches and has been the #1 branch priority for the Ottawa Public Library for three years. Now is a critical time for Rosemount, especially with all the surrounding development that is occurring.
READ would like you to follow their occasional email updates and social media presence so that you know what’s going on. They may need, in rare instances, to engage library users in advocacy or planning and this is the way to find out.
You can connect with them in one of the following ways:
• Email list: Email READRosemount@gmail.com put ‘join list’ in the subject
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• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/READRosemount
• Twitter: @READRosemount
• Website: http://www.readrosemount.ca/
See the Newswest articles; December 5, 2013: Rosemount Library Turns 95!
and April 16, 2015: Rosemount Library; A literary gem due for an upgrade, for more on the Rosemount Library.

Bytown Swing Saturday Night Dances. ++++
Come dance Lindy Hop and West Coast Swing with Bytown Swing on Saturday nights in Ottawa at Studio X, 122-250 City Center Ave. Just grab a pair of indoor shoes and get ready to hit the dance floor. No partner or experience necessary. It’s just a 3 minute walk from the Bayview transitway stop, and there’s tons of parking. So every Saturday, Beginner lessons start at 8:15pm, DJ’d social dancing starts at 9:00pm. Cost is $7 (cash) at the door, $5 for students and seniors. For more information please check out our website at http://bytownswing.com/ or check out our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/bytownswing/?fref=ts or contact us at contact@bytownswing.com
Please note there will be no dances the weeks of December 26th and January 2nd du

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