How to Keep Biking into the Fall and WinterHave you ever wondered how to prolong your biking season? We at the Enviro Crew OOS have been thinking about this a lot, especially now that some of us are back in the office and remembering how much we dislike commuting by r. Bicycle ownership skyrocketed during the pandemic and it seems unfair to stop reaping the benefits of riding just beuse we live in a city with four distinct seasons.Friday, 14 October 2022 20:58Tags: cycling
Seventeen Voyces Returns after a Two-Year AbsenceOn Friday, October 21, and Saturday October 22, 2022 at 7:30 pm Seventeen Voyces, Ottawa’s premier chamber choir – directed by Kevin Reeves – will present the 1924 silent film classic Peter Pan at Southminister United Church (16 Aylmer Avenue at Bank Street). Tickets are $30, $20 for students, and are available at www.seventeenvoyces. and at the door.Friday, 07 October 2022 07:25Tags: events
What will our ndidates do to support Aging in Place?On September 13th, Senior Watch Old Ottawa South (SWOOS) reached out to the three ndidates running in pital Ward. We provided background information, the link to the SWOOS Webpage and sent four (4) reminders informing the ndidates that we would like responses in time for publition on National Seniors Day. So far we have received a response from Shawn Menard. Please find below the question and response.Tuesday, 04 October 2022 10:06
Lifelong Learning Late Fall 2022 Offeringsrleton is offering three online lecture series, three in-person series on main mpus, as well as one in-person art gallery series as part of the Late Fall 2022 Lifelong Learning Program. Registration begins Wednesday, October 12th at 10am. See the titles listed below for descriptions and schedules about each course.Friday, 30 September 2022 12:14Tags: rleton university learn
Boomerang Kids UpdateSept 29-Oct 2 will be a chance for people to pick up some of their consigned goods and also use up their balances. Details as follows in this note from Boomerang Kids:Tuesday, 27 September 2022 22:58Tags: bank street business
How to Extend your Biking Season
Learn from the experts! Join this OOS Enviro Crew session where several fall/winter biking enthusiasts will share their tips and experiences. Their short talk will be followed by a question and answer period. Fall and winter biking enthusiasts are also welcome to come and join in with their advice.
OS Annual General Meeting
Are you looking for a great reason to get out and socialize? Join us as we discuss how to move our community forward. Free tickets will be handed out before the business meeting for a raffle draw offering prizes from community businesses as well as free OS programs. Sign up in advance for free.
Ed Lister Sextet
Doors Open for Music Southminster presents: Hard swingin' feel-good music: six of the city's finest come together to perform original music and creative re-interpretations from the ‘Hard Bop’ and ‘Jazz Soul’ eras.
Storytellers takes place on the 3rd Wednesday of the month throughout this Fall, from 7:15PM - 8:45PM at the Firehall.
Attendees are invited to listen or to tell a story 5-10 minutes in length. Story Swap is the perfect place for newcomers to discover storytelling in a warm and supportive community atmosphere or for more experienced tellers to test out their skills and share new stories. The stories — folk tales, historil pieces, fractured fairy tales, true/personal stories, recitations, ballads, and original stories. Your stories n be funny, poignant, and everything in between!
Buy Nothing: The Play
A comic celebration of the ways that being part of the Buy Nothing OOS Facebook group helped to foster a sense of community during Covid. Written & directed by Cynthia Sugars. Tickets. Multiple dates: Oct. 21 7pm, Oct. 22 2pm & 7pm, Oct. 23 7pm.
Silent film adaptation presented by Seventeen Voyces. Tickets.
Claire de Lune
Doors Open for Music Southminster presents: Lol Nicholas Deek plays keyboard works from the baroque, classil and romantic eras characterized by beautiful singing melodies and deep inner contrasts.