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September 29, 2016: Community Calendar Plus.

September 29, 2016: Community Calendar Plus.

DRAFT UPDATED October 5th. See bottom for late additions.

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September 22 to October 2 – Enriched Bread Artists (EBA) open house.
Ottawa’s largest art studio cooperative is celebrating its 24th Annual Open Studio with a contemporary, two-floor art exhibition. A diversity of media includes painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and digital media. Visitors can explore the studios where artists create their work. Located in the old Standard Bread factory, the Enriched Bread Artists (EBA) studios now house 22 artists. The studios will be open for two weekends, beginning with the Opening Night on Thursday, September 22, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.. The show continues through to Sunday, September 25, and reopens the following weekend from September 30 to October 2. The times are Friday evenings from 6-9 pm, and Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. EBA is located at 951 Gladstone Ave. Admission is free. For details see http://enrichedbreadartists.com .

September 22 to October 6 – NCC’s Ottawa Hospital Site Review. ++++
Add your voice, TAKE the SURVEY! http://www.ncc-ccn.gc.ca/property-management/what-we-manage/ottawa-hospital-site-review .

September 27 – Electoral reform consultation.
Join us to discuss improving our federal electoral system. Should the number of parliamentary seats match each party’s share of the popular vote? Feedback from the meeting will be sent to the Special Parliamentary Committee on Electoral Reform, which wants to hear your views. Tuesday September 27 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa, (30 Cleary Ave.) Bus #2; free parking. For more information contact Sharon Reeves at sharon.reeves@bell.net .

September 28 – Abbeyfield Tea and Tour. ++++
Abbeyfield House on Parkdale Ave. holds an Open House on the fourth Wednesday of every month, from 2-4 p.m. Members of the community are invited to Abbeyfield to tour our facilities. Our cook bakes us a cake to have with tea, and we take groups of visitors around the house that provides accommodation for 10 seniors. For more info see; http://abbeyfieldottawa.ca/MainPages/news.html

September 28 to October 1 – Bear and Co.’s “Macbeth”. ++++
By William Shakespeare. If you missed it this summer in the park, well they’re back for one last week at the Gladstone, with Hintonburger Rachel Eugster in the role of Banquo. Directed by Eleanor Crowder. Wednesday-Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday matinee at 2:30 p.m., Thursday matinee at 12:30 (special student/senior price). Visit http://thegladstone.ca/macbeth.html for more info.

September 29 – Carlingwood Film Club.
Watch and discuss a good film in a relaxed, book-club-style chat about film and cinematography! The Film Club runs from September to November, then resumes from March-May. Coming up this season: September 29, The Fruit Hunters; October 27, Qimmit; November 24, La Mémoire Des Anges/ The Memories of Angels. Happening at the Carlingwood Library at 6:30 pm. Drop-in. For more information, see below or go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/carlingwood-film-club .

October 1 – Concert to support inuit youth program. ++++
Saturday October 1, 2016, 7:30 p.m., 41 Rosemount Ave. http://www.musicforthefuture.ca . Greg Simm, guitar, ( http://gregsimm.com ) Kim de Laforest, fiddle ( http://kimdelaforest.com ) and David Serkoak, Inuit drum dancer, perform a special benefit concert to support musical instruction for youth in Nunavut. Concert features fiddle music, song and traditional Inuit drum dancing. The Tusarnaarniq Sivumut Association, which in Inuktitut means “Music for the Future,” has been sending music instructors to communities on Baffin Island since 2009. The day after the concert, Simm and de Laforest go north to teach music to youth in four communitie who otherwise might never have the chance at music lessons. Advance Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children (16 or under) and are available at http://www.MusicForTheFuture2016.BrownPaperTickets.com . A small service charge will apply. Tickets at the door (if available) are $25 for adults, $15 for children. Financial donations accepted at http://www.musicforthefuture.ca/how-to-help.html . Donations of musical instruments are also being accepted.

October 1 – Carlingwood 50th Anniversary Celebration!
Come join us for Carlingwood 50th Anniversary with various events including Storytime, our Mural unveiling, cake and refreshments, Green Screen, and musical groups Hey Buster and the Capital City Quartet. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Saturday, October 1. Various events run from 10:30-3:45 pm. For more information, go to: https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/carlingwood-50th-anniversary-celebration-0 .

October 2 – Free Family Sunday. ++++
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. National Gallery of Canada culture days. Admission is free during culture days! On each Family Sunday, kids aged 12 and under and their adults can experience the national collection through a different theme. This season, we explore art through the worlds of engineering, storytelling, illusion and time travel. Included with Gallery admission. Always free for members. Sponsored by Bell. For all details, visit: http://www.gallery.ca/familysundays/ .

October 3 – Harvest of Hope Dinner. ++++
Caldwell Family Centre’s 4th Annual Harvest of Hope Dinner and Auction, Monday October 3rd 5:30 p.m. at Chances R Restaurant 1365 Woodroffe Ave. Amazing dinner , Silent Auction (80+ items) plus a Live Auction featuring an Ottawa Senators Suite, BBQ for 10 courtesy of The Ottawa Professional Firefighters, and more! Tickets $75.00 call 613-728-1800 or visit http://caldwellfamilycentre.ca .

October 3 – Memory Fitness: Rejuvenating Your Brain.
This presentation will explain changes that happen in an aging brain. Approaches to keep a brain young will be discussed by brain-health experts Dr. Frank Knoefel and Maria Giovannitti. There will also be a fun and interactive demonstration of group brain exercises, with practical tips to help you start rejuvenating your brain. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Monday, October 3 at 7 p.m. Registration is required. For more information go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/memory-fitness-rejuvenating-your-brain-0 .

October 5 – Seed Saving and Return Workshop.
Learn the best practices for saving seeds, return seeds that were checked out in the spring and help to clean and package them for next spring. Drop off your seeds and stay for the optional workshop. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Wednesday, October 5 at 6 p.m. Registration is required. For more information go to: https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/seed-saving-and-return-workshop .

October 6 – Ottawa Humane Society Auxiliary. ++++
The Ottawa Humane Society Auxiliary welcomes new members to help raise money to support the animals. Join us 1:30 – 3 p.m. Thursday October 6th at the animal shelter, 245 West Hunt Club Road behind Hunt Club Nissan. Refreshments are served and all are welcome. For more information, call Linda 613-823-6770 or go to

October 6 – Pilgrimage: Life lessons learned from walking.
Pilgrimage, especially on the Camino path in northern Spain, is becoming increasingly popular. Information abounds on how to physically prepare for such a journey, but little consideration is given to the mental, emotional and spiritual upheaval that pilgrimage brings. As experienced, modern pilgrims who have walked the Camino and from Rome to Jerusalem, Mony Dojeiji and Alberto Agraso will share insights and lessons learned from their pilgrimages, with the intention that these inspire the pilgrim’s personal journey, wherever it may lead them. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Thursday, October 6 at 7 p.m. Registration is required. For more information go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/pilgrimage-life-lessons-learned-walking .

October 6 – Ballet 101: Discover the Magic of Dance. ++++
Rosemount Library Meeting Room from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. The professional dancers of Ballet Jörgen, one of Canada’s top touring ballet companies, will show you the basic positions of ballet and demonstrate how dance is used to tell a story and communicate emotion. Drop-in Family program. For more information go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/ballet-101-discover-magic-dance-ballet-jorgen-2 .

October 13 – OCISO’s Annual General Meeting. ++++
Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization;s AGM will be held on October 13th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. We will proudly share our accomplishments in the past year as well as announce our new initiatives for the coming year. 613-725-0202 . Please register by emailing Scott Brown at sbrown@ociso.org .

October 13 – Managing Your Finances in Retirement.
Those with long-term financial plans in retirement are less stressed. People are living longer than ever before in history. We will discuss understanding your spending patterns, stretching your retirement resources, discretionary spending, protecting your assets, and various retirement strategies. We will share resources and tools for planning your retirement income. Presented by an accountant from CPA Canada. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Thursday, October 13 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Registration is required. For more information, go to: https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/managing-your-finances-retirement-2 .

October 14 – Trivia challenge for charity.
Get a team together and compete for cash donations to your favourite charity at the Westboro Legion (389 Richmond Rd.) Doors and bar opens at 6 p.m. and the tournament begins at 7:30 p.m.. Cost: $10 per player (maximum team size is six players) and there is complimentary popcorn and door prizes. For more information go to http://rcl480.com/trivia.html .

October 15 – Citizen Advocacy bottle drive.
Bring your empties to the Beer Store Parking Lot (1546 Scott St.) on October 15 between 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and help the Citizen Advocacy Consumers Advisory Committee raise funds to support the Everyday Champions program. For information go to http://citizenadvocacy.org/bottle-drive .

October 15 – Shred-it Day.
The Kiwanis of Ottawa is hosting its annual Shred-It Day fundraiser on Saturday, October 15 between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Hampton Park Plaza. All proceeds raised will go to purchase food for the Christmas Food Basket program for needy families. The cost is $8 per box with a maximum of five boxes per person. For more information see http://ottawakiwanis.org . You can also call 613-233-1900 or email office@kiwanis.org .

October 16 – Guided Tree Tour. ++++
From trees to us, what trees offer, historically and in modern times, free and open to the public, register at info@friendsofthefarm.ca, donations kindly accepted. http://friendsofthefarm.ca/event/from-trees-to-us/ Co-sponsored by Tree Canada.

October 17 – Siberia.
Last August Carole Gobeil explored a new region of the arctic: the wild north eastern Siberian coastline, in Russia! Her unique expedition crossed the Arctic Circle and included the isolated and pristine Wrangel and Herald Islands. The small area between Russia and the United States along this border was formerly known as the Ice Curtain, preserving one of the last, great, undiscovered wilderness areas in the world! You are welcome to come explore this area and hear all about Carole’s latest exploits! She is an avid traveler who regularly visits all seven continents. Happening at the Carlingwood Library on Monday, October 17 at 7 p.m. Registration is required. For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/siberia.

October 17-18 – Rummage sale.
This fundraiser helps Kitchissippi United Church outreach and takes place Friday (7 p.m. to 9 p.m.), Saturday (9 a.m.-noon) at 630 Island Park Dr., near the Queensway & Westgate Mall. Books, gently used clothes, household items, toys, collectibles. Everyone is welcome.

October 20 – Westboro Community Association AGM.
The 2016 Annual General Meeting and Board of Directors Election will be taking place at the Churchill Seniors Centre on October 20 at 7 p.m. There will be presentations by Big Trees Kitchissippi, Clare Gardens Park volunteers, 2017 Special Events, and an update on Westboro development and infill activities. There will also be a special presentation by Mr. Dave Adams about the Sir John A. McDonald Linear Park Winter trails. Interested in joining? New board members are always welcome. Contact Norm at 613-729-8263 or normmorrison@rogers.com, or go to http://westborovillage.ca .

October 22 – Friends of the Farm Used Book Drop Off. ++++
From 10a.m. to 3p.m.. Save your books and re-gift them for a great cause. Please note we do not accept magazines, textbooks, or encyclopaedia. Drive up to Bldg 72 CEF Arboretum, east exit off Prince of Wales roundabout. 613-230-3276 friendsofthefarm.ca/event/used-book-drop-off/ .

October 22 – Woodroffe United Church Fall Bazaar.
Items available include china, books, bake table, silent auction, toys, jewellery, used furniture and much more. 207 Woodroffe Avenue from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Refreshments and lunch available. For more information, please contact Woodroffe United Church at 613-722-9250 .

October 22 – Annual Turkey Dinner w/ Music. ++++
at Carleton Memorial United Church 740 Melfa Crescent (2 blocks south of Meadowlands Drive off Prince of Wales) 6 p.m. Adults: $16.00 Kids 8-12: $10.00 Rest: Free. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available from Erin Linnen 613-224-3761. Proceeds benefit the goals of our church through our CMUC general fund.

October 23-26 – “The Future of Urban Transportation”. ++++
The Association for Commuter Transportation of Canada is hosting a summit with the topic of “Sustainable Mobility Summit: The Future of Urban Transportation” at the University of Ottawa. To learn more about the summit visit http://www.actcanada.com/summit2016 .

October 26 – Abbeyfield Tea and Tour. ++++
Abbeyfield House on Parkdale Ave. holds an Open House on the fourth Wednesday of every month, from 2-4 p.m. Members of the community are invited to Abbeyfield to tour our facilities. Our cook bakes us a cake to have with tea, and we take groups of visitors around the house that provides accommodation for 10 seniors. For more info see; http://abbeyfieldottawa.ca/MainPages/news.html

October 28 – Music on a Mission. ++++
Family Services Ottawa’s Music Trivia Fundraiser at St. Anthony’s Banquet Hall. The ultimate game night, register your team ASAP (up to 10 players – perfect for friends, family, and/or co-workers/clients)! Our Early Bird price of $475/table! After September 16th, price for a table is $550. Book today before we sell out at http://www.musiconamission.ca/registration/ , and help Family Services Ottawa ( http://www.familyservicesottawa.org ) launch another 100 years of stronger individuals, stronger families.

October 28 – Nepean High School United Way Pancake Breakfast.
This annual fundraiser is for the Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre (DSYTC) Foundation and the United Way. A wide variety of breakfast favourites will be served up at Nepean High School (574 Broadview Ave.) between 7:30 a.m. and – 9:30 a.m. Tickets are $7 in advance, $8 at the door.

November 19 – “Donnelly and Petersen”. ++++
The Parkdale United Church Orchestra is pleased to present a concert entitled “Donnelly and Petersen” Saturday, November 19th, 7:30 p.m., showcasing oboe and trumpet soloists Anna Petersen and Karen Donnelly. The program includes works by Richard Strauss, Aaron Copland, Johann Nepomuk Hummel and Leroy Anderson. A reception will follow the concert. Tickets will be available at the door: $15 for adults and $10 for students/seniors. Free admission for ages 12 and under. For more information, please visit our website at http://parkdaleorchestra.ca/season/index.htm .

November 19 – All Saints Village Fair.
The Village Fair at All Saints Westboro (347 Richmond Road; west of Churchill) will be taking place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 19. Church bazaars and villages fairs are a great source of well-made, inexpensive Christmas gifts! Drop by for a selection of arts, crafts, linens, jams, jellies, baked goods, books, X-mas treasures, and silent auction!
For more information contact office@allsaintswestboro.com or go to http://allsaintswestboro.com .

November 20 – Guided Tree Tour. ++++
“Tree Forms and Shapes, Selection and Identification”, Tree forms and shapes, selecting trees for a purpose. Meet at Museum of Agriculture parking lot (SW of the traffic circle) 2 p.m. Free to the public, register at info@friendsofthefarm.ca, donations kindly accepted. http://friendsofthefarm.ca/arboretum-tree-tours/ http://friendsofthefarm.ca/event/tree-forms-and-shapes-selection-and-identification/ .

November 28 – Newswest AGM.
Newswest’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday November 28, in the Laurel Room of the Hintonburg Community Centre at 1064 Wellington West, at 7:00 p.m. All welcome to attend.

November-December – Friends of the Farm’s new book ‘Blooms’ ++++
Is about the Ornamental Gardens at Ottawa’s Central Experimental Farm A wonderful gift for anyone who loves gardens and flowers, as well as a treat for those interested in Canadian history. It is the Friends’ contribution to the country’s 150th anniversary in 2017. Available at http://friendsofthefarm.ca/ and local bookstores.

Wednesday Night Bingo.
Bingo every Wednesday night at the Westboro Legion. Doors open at 4 p.m. and games begin at 6:30 p.m. For more information visit http://rcl480.com or call 613-725-3475.

Third Friday Song Circle.
Drop-in Folk Song Circle at the Churchill Seniors Centre (at 345 Richmond Road), every 3rd Friday of every month (next on Friday October 21, 2016 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.) All ages and levels of experience welcome. We will sing songs from the 50s to the 80s, Celtic and other folk music. Cost: $2.75. For more information, please call 613-798-8927 .

Carlingwood toastmasters. ++++
Looking to improve your public speaking and leadership skills? Join us at Carlingwood Toastmasters every Monday from 6:30 to 8:30 at St. Martin’s Church 2120 Prince Charles Road. Find us online at http://carlingwoodtoastmasters.org for more information.

The OWCS Grocery Bus. ++++
For Seniors in Hintonburg, Carlington and Westboro who need assistance with grocery shopping. For only $6 Ottawa West Community Support (OWCS) provides door to door transportation and help with bagging and carrying of purchases. Each Tuesday and Wednesday, the bus departs OWCS at 9am, picks up seniors from their homes and takes them shopping at local supermarkets. For more information about the Grocery Bus and other OWCS programs, please contact the office at 613-728-6016 ( and look for their article, September 1st in Newswest ).

English conversation group
Practice your English language conversation skills and meet new friends in a relaxed and friendly environment at the Carlingwood Branch of the Ottawa Public Library on Tuesdays at 6:30-7:30 p.m. No registration is required for this drop-in class. Tuesday, September 13, 2016 to Tuesday, December 13, 2016. For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/english-conversation-group-tuesdays-groupe-de-conversation-en-anglais-mardis-mardi .
++++ For Rosemount Library’s second Wednesday of the month, English Conversation Circle (7:00 p.m.) see https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/english-conversation-circle-0

Carlingwood Reading Group #1. ++++
Drop-in and share the enjoyment of good books in a relaxed atmosphere, in the Carlingwood Library Meeting room, first Wednesday of each month from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
October 5th : “The Girl Who Was Saturday Night” by Heather O’Neill
November 2nd : “Room” by Emma Donoghue
December 7th : “The Devil in the White City” by Erik Larson
January 4th 2017: “The Children Act” by Ian McEwan
February 1st : “Requiem” by Frances Itani
March 1st : “Exit Lines” by Joan Barfoot
April 5th : “The Story of a New Name” by Elena Ferrante
May 3rd : “Outline” by Rachel Cusk
June 7th : “Such A Long Journey” by Rohinton Mistry.
For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/carlingwood-reading-group-1 .

Carlingwood Reading Group #2. ++++
Drop-in and share the enjoyment of good books in a relaxed atmosphere, in the Carlingwood Library Meeting room, second Wednesday of each month from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
October 12th 2016 – “In the Garden of Beasts” by Erik Larson
November 9th 2016 – “And the Mountains Echoed” by Khaled Hosseini
December 14th 2016 – “The Rosie Project” by Graeme Simsion
January 11th 2017 – “The Empress Dowager Cixi” by Jung Chan
February 8th 2017 – “Fingersmith” by Sarah Waters
March 8th 2017 – “The Finkler Question” by Howard Jacobson
April 12th 2017 – “Solitude Creek” by Jeffrey Deaver
May 10th 2017 – “Spool of Blue Thread” by Anne Tyler
June 14th 2017 – “Hero’s Walk” by Anita Rau Badami
For more information, go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/carlingwood-reading-group-2 .

Causerie littéraire. ++++
(Carlingwood Library Drop-in Program, language is French). Venez discuter littérature avec d’autres passionnés dans une atmosphère détendue! Venez discuter: Septembre 15 – ‘ L’anglais n’est pas une langue magique. ‘, 14h30. Septembre–Novembre, tous les troisièmes jeudis 14h30-15h30. Visitez https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/causerie-litt%C3%A9raire .

Carlingwood Film Club. ++++
Drop-in, Watch and discuss a good film in a relaxed, book-club-style-chat about film and cinematography! The Film Club runs from September to November, then resumes from March-May, the last Thursday of the month, 6:30 p.m.
September 29th – “The Fruit Hunters”
October 27th – “Qimmit”
November 24th – “The Memories of Angels”
March 30th – “Journey to Oblivion”
April 27th – “CBQM”
May 25th – “Reel Injun”
See https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en/event/carlingwood-film-club for more info.

Painter’s Circle.
Do you want to paint, but just don’t do it at home? Join a friendly group on Tuesday mornings at the Unitarian Church on Cleary Ave. All levels of ability are welcome, although there is no teaching, so participants are expected to know how to paint already. $10 fee goes entirely to the church. For full details contact Clea Derwent 613-695-0505; clderwent@gmail.com .

Bytown Swing. ++++
Come dance Lindy Hop and West Coast Swing with us on Saturday nights in Ottawa. Grab a pair of indoor shoes and get ready to hit the dance floor. Non-profit, holds a dance every Saturday at Studio X, 122-250 City Center Avenue ( 3 minute walk from the Bayview Transitway stop ). Parking available. Beginner lessons start at 8:15 p.m., DJ’d social dancing starts at 9:00 p.m. Cost is just $7 cash at the door and $5 for students and seniors. See http://bytownswing.com or https://www.facebook.com/bytownswing/ .

The National Capital Peace Council. ++++
is a network of Ottawans who are dedicated to peace at all levels and who were touched by Grandfather Commanda’s vision for Victoria Island. We wish to assist its realization in any appropriate manner possible. We meet on the last Tuesday of each month at 7:30 a.m. for a complimentary breakfast at Donna’s Express/Newport Restaurant on Churchill Ave. and Scott Street, listen to interesting guest speakers and enjoy compelling conversation. Our meetings are open to all peace loving people.

Funding crisis at Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre. ++++
Ottawa region’s only bird rehab centre seeks public’s help to cope with influx of injured, sick or abandoned birds. To learn more about its first annual “Birds of All Feathers” fundraising campaign visit http://www.wildbirdcarecentre.org and follow the link to the campaign website.

Civics Boot Camp.
held in downtown Ottawa Wednesday evenings from October 19 – November 26, 2016. The deadline to apply is September 30. Now in its fourth year, the Civics Boot Camp (CBC) is interactive, experiential, and has been co-created by citizens, specialists, and community developers. It teaches the basics of how to navigate how to understand where and why the City spends its money, and explores how and why cities and communities are built they way they are. Together, teams explore ways to identify and work with local champions about issues they care about, and gain fresh perspectives on ways to interact with elected officials and city staff, community associations and other civic groups. Those interested in applying to participate should do so on the website at http://www.CitizensAcademy.ca or call 613-288-5810 for more information.

Late Additions:

October 1 – Mayfair Theatre “Smash Cut”. ++++
11 p.m. Free screening in honour of a legendary filmmaker and friend of the Mayfair Theatre, Herschell Gordon Lewis. “Smash Cut” a 2009 horror comedy (shot entirely in Ottawa) that pays tribute to films of Herschell Gordon Lewis. With Sasha Grey, Michael Berryman and Ottawa’s own Phil Caracas! Rated 14a, see http://mayfairtheatre.ca/movies/Smash-Cut/ .
Quote: In the summer of 2008, Mayfair programmer Lee Demarbre directed a cinematic tribute to Lewis’ bloody body of work, the horror comedy SMASH CUT. The film, written by Mayfair partner Ian Driscoll, is the story of a crazed filmmaker’s attempt to insert realism into his work by killing his enemies and using their body parts as believable gore in his movies. A climatic scene was shot at the Mayfair, and Herschell came to Ottawa to shoot a cameo that served as a throwback to the warnings that often preceded his films: “I implore you, ladies and gentleman, to never forget that filmmaking is a blood sport. Watch if you must, be remember, YOU WERE WARNED.” He was a master showman to the end.

October 16 – McKellar Park Community Association AGM.
The McKellar Park Community Association will host its Annual General Meeting on Sunday, October 16, 2016 beginning at 7:30 pm. Please join us for updates on the various issues of importance to our neighborhood, such as the Richmond Road Complete Streets and the Byron Traffic Calming Initiatives, Sherbourne Road traffic calming, incorporation and insurance, and the Fall Festival. Councillor Jeff Leiper will join us as well. We look forward to seeing you at the McKellar Park Field House, 539 Wavell Avenue.

October 17-18 – Rummage sale.
This fundraiser helps Kitchissippi United Church outreach and takes place Friday (7 p.m. to 9 p.m.), Saturday (9 a.m.-noon) at 630 Island Park Dr., near the Queensway and Westgate Mall. Books, gently used clothes, household items, toys, collectibles. Everyone is welcome.

October 20 – Social Media for Seniors.
Friends of Churchill Seniors Centre Event Series invites you to a presentation by Steacy Johnson from the Ottawa Public Library on the topic of Social Media for Seniors – “What you need to know.” Thursday October 20, 1:00 to 2:15 p.m., at the Churchill Seniors Centre at 345 Richmond Road. Free but donations will be accepted. Light refreshments will be provided by Amica Westboro. For more information, please call 613-798-8927 .

October 22 (Rain date October 23) – Clare Gardens Park Fall Clean up.
The Westboro Community Association and the Volunteer Gardeners of Clare Gardens Park are hosting the park’s annual autumn clean-up. Bring your families and meet your neighbours for guaranteed fun! We’ll bring rubber gloves and large garden bags. We’d appreciate if you could bring a broom, a rake and or a shovel to help out. Catch the latest park news. It’s a great opportunity to ask questions and express any park-related concerns. Refreshments and goodies will be provided. See you in the park!

November 19 – Fall Fair at First.
Visit the popular Fall Fair at First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa, Saturday Nov. 19th from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A Silent Auction (including Valuable Art), Clothes, Collectables, Flea Market, Home Made Lunch are planned. Great deals on gently used clothes, books, and timeless treasures! Newly knitted items, jewellery, stamps and coins, electronics, CDs, DVDs. See http://www.firstunitarianottawa.ca for more or call 613-725-1066 .


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