KANATA/STITTSVILLE - Stittsville-based indie rock-group Garden of Weeds will open the main stage for Trooper during the Canada Day in Kanata event at Walter Baker Park on July 1.
KANATA - Hospice Care Ottawa will host an information session on its new McCurdy Drive property on June 19.
KANATA - Residents in Kanata and Stittsville have started a free clothing bank for people experiencing hardships.
KANATA - The Kanata Theatre KT Kids production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr. played to three sold-out crowds on June 7 and 8.
KANATA - Two Kanata-area designers are putting their fashion forward to raise funds for two charities.
KARS - Two rural Ottawa artists are once again coming together for an annual pottery and painting art show in Kars.
KANATA - The Trailwest Community Association is hosting two events this summer to give residents a chance to get to know one another and boost membership for the new group.
KANATA - Dancing, music, art and ceremonial traditions will be on display during the Hazeldean library’s celebration of culture event on June 1.
KANATA - A new children’s book offers adventure with knights and dragons, while also teaching the difference between want and need.
OTTAWA - The second annual Condors Classic Golf Tournament is continuing to raise funds to keep its hockey program on the ice.
KANATA - The Relay for Life Ottawa West event for the Canadian Cancer Society takes place on June 7 at Walter Baker Park, from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.
KANATA - April showers bring May flowers but this month at the Kanata Civic Art Gallery, patrons will be treated to a show of anything but.
KANATA/GOULBOURN/WEST CARLETON - This year’s Kanata Chamber of Commerce golf tournament will raise funds for the Kanata Haven Youth Centre’s Not Alone project.
OTTAWA - Always a hit with the ladies, Friends of Hospice Ottawa is set to host its seventh-annual Girls Night Out event on May 31.
OTTAWA - The inaugural Dylan Beaton Memorial Golf Tournament will raise funds and awareness for Roger’s House.
KANATA - Kanata Scouts are gearing up for the annual rain barrel sale, which helps fund various activities. “Every rain barrel will make a difference,” said Nick Gagnon, 14, a Venturer with 1st Kanata...
KANATA - A group of Kanata grandmothers will stitch fashion and philanthropy together on Wednesday, May 1.
KANATA - Amie Talbot has attended the Kanata Artists Studio Tour many times in the past as a member of the public, but this year she’ll contribute to the event for the first time as an artist.
OTTAWA - Plans to turn an asphalt playground into an edible garden is in the works at Marie-Curie French public elementary school.
Riverside South - Students at St. Francis Xavier Catholic High School have been preparing feverishly for their performance of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.