Tea is a tradition shared by many cultures and ages. Join the Alta Vista Public Library for a celebration of this wonderfully unifying drink. Students from Ridgemont High School will display hand-made, decorated teapots. A tea tasting will be led by David’s Tea. Enhanced with music by Moore & McGregor (Celtic Rathskallions). Weather permitting, the tea will be taken in the courtyard. Sponsored in partnership with MASC.
Tuesday May 23, 2017 at 10:00am – Alta Vista branch
• Want to garden, but don’t have a garden?
• Want to help people with their gardens?
• Want to improve the local area?
The purpose of this group is to offer members an opportunity to share their gardening knowledge and skills.
- Lana Doss from The Fine Gardening Group will serve as “crew chief” for projects currently in development as well as those that will be created as time, talent and funding allow.
- The Team can meet as required but during the growing season, April through September, meets more frequently to keep up with gardening tasks required.
- Join us! There is no cost to join the Library Gardening Team beyond your time and your participation in work bees on the gardens at the Library.To sign up, email Evelyn Housch, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Coordinator at the branch, or call her at 613-580-2424 ext 30429, to give her your name, phone number, and email address. Information about the gardening efforts will be provided by email.
Posted on behalf of St. Pat’s.
On Wednesday, May 3, St. Patrick’s High School and St. Patrick’s Intermediate School are hosting a Brain Health Forum, funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Education.
This event will take place at St. Patrick’s High School (2525 Alta Vista Drive…corner of Alta Vista Dr. and Heron Rd.) starting at 6 p.m. There will be information booths from several Ottawa-area organizations focusing on the symptoms and preventative techniques associated with brain-health related issues.
Present, as well, will be guest speakers from the Brain Injury Association of the Ottawa Valley and Epilepsy Ottawa.
Complimentary childcare will be provided. We hope you can join us!
To register, please access this link:
Sorry for the late notice.
On-line consultation: April 6 to 21, 2017
The City of Ottawa is developing a design for a raised one-way cycle track running along the south side of Heron Road from the multi-use pathway (MUP) beside Colbert Crescent to Jefferson Street and the Herongate Square shopping centre. Heron Road is identified as a spine cycling route in the Ottawa Cycling Plan of 2013.
You have the opportunity to review and comment on the proposed configuration of an eastbound cycle track.