Tag Archives: City of Ottawa

City of Ottawa offering fun times ahead

Christmas Holiday Activities Register now for holiday camps for children or plot your swimming outings using the Christmas Holiday search feature on the Public Swim and Skate schedules. Don’t Hibernate – Join a class! For indoor fun this winter, the … Continue reading

Head Injuries: Learn the facts

Want to learn more about head injury prevention and concussion management? The Ottawa Carleton District School Board is offering a free public presentation Wednesday, September 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Adult High School, 300 Rochester Street. Continue reading

Is your child’s car seat properly installed?

Think A-1 Secure:

Armpit level for harness chest clip.
1 finger space only between harness straps and the child’s chest.
Secure child car seat to vehicle according to the child car seat user guide. Continue reading

New Way to Enjoy Community Museums

Get Up Close and Personal with Local History

The Ottawa Museum Network’s new Connexion Card offers a great way for families to take advantage of all the fun programming at community museums Continue reading

October is just around the corner

Love to skate? Want to learn how? Ice skating is a great workout, providing low impact cardio that’s easy on the joints and the City of Ottawa has some great programs to help you and the kids learn how. Continue reading

Pay it Forward and Recycle

Now’s your chance to share your stuff with people who could really use it and appreciate it.  The City of Ottawa’s Fall Give Away Weekend is taking place this Saturday, October 26, and Sunday, October 27, all across town. Continue reading

Tammy’s Awesome…

This bright, talented Ottawa resident cares — and it shows in the cards she creates Continue reading

Youth Connexion

by Samantha Brazeau-Wilson

Do your teens need to disconnect from their tech toys and reconnect to the outside world? If you live in the west end, Youth Connexion might be the perfect outlet. It’s a City of Ottawa program that encourages young people aged 12 to 18 to get more involved in the community and to fulfill their potential. Continue reading