SummerGuide The Essential Kitchissippi
100+ Amazing Things To Do in AND AROUND Kitchissippi This Summer
Camps For Kids • Entertainment • Clubs To Join • Family-FRIENDLY Events Shopping Ideas • Community Groups
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Amazing things to do in June Thursday June 20, 10 am - 1:30 pm, Dovercourt Recreation Centre
Aboriginal Day at Dovercourt. Join us for Cultural Teachings, Aboriginal food, games & activities, live entertainment, drumming and dancing, Ottawa Art Gallery’s Art Tent. Brought to you by the Odawa Native Friendship Centre in partnership with Dovercourt and Aboriginal Experiences. 411 Dovercourt Ave.
Friday June 21, 7 pm - 8:30 pm, Carruthers-Stirling Park
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The 4th Annual Hintonburg Summer Solstice Party! Come join the neighbours of the park and welcome the Solstice. Hear the “Street of Rock” local youth choir and music by Dan Baker and the Misfit Toys. Home baked goodies, refreshments and Hintonburg “The Burg” T-shirts for sale. Kids can come help paint a banner for the upcoming Newswest 1K run. For information or to volunteer contact: 613-728-7582 or hedc@sympatico. ca. Sponsored by the Hintonburg Economic Development Committee and the neighbours of the park. (Rain date: Tuesday, June 25)
Saturday June 22, 1 pm - 3 pm, Highland Park Lawn Bowling Club
Amazing things to do in July Every Wednesday 10:30 am -11 Am, Rosemount Library
Storytime at the Rosemount Library! Come out and explore the world through the arm chair! Travels with a book takes place every Wednesday in July 10:30 am - 11:10 am. Call 613-729-8664 for more details. 18 Rosemount Street.
Every Monday in July, 7 pm - 10 pm, Whisper’s Pub and Eatery
Whether you want to perform or just take in some local talent, Open mic with Spirit of Rasputin’s at the Whispers Pub and Eatery is a great chance to get out on the town for a summer evening. The music gets started around 7:00 pm, but you may want to get there early to sign up to perform. On average the event showcases about 12 performers each evening. No cover charge. 249 Richmond Road.
Annual Strawberry Social at the Highland Park Lawn Bowling Club. Come visit the Highland Park Lawn Bowling club and enjoy delicious strawberry treats, meet and share friendship with members of the club. $8, For info. call 613-725-1063. Club located at Byron and Golden Avenues in Westboro.
Saturday June 22, 10:30 am -11:30 am, Carlingwood Library
Join the staff at the Carlingwood Library for the TD Summer Reading Club 2013 kick-off! This family program runs all summer long and offers various weekly activities at the Carlingwood and Rosemount Branches of the public library. The program is free though registration is required for the weekly special events. biblioottawalibrary. com. 281 Woodroffe Ave.
Sunday June 23, 3 pm, Westboro Masonic Hall
Spirit of Rasputin’s presents Call Me Katie, at the Westboro Masonic Hall. Sunday Matinee, doors open at 2:30pm. Door fee is $7. Children 14 and under are free. Call Me Katie is an Ottawa-based acoustic trio with roots in bluegrass, blues, and rockabilly, but with a sound all its own. Call 613521-3097 for more information. 430 Churchill Ave at Byron.
Saturday June 29, dusk, Parkdale Park
Parkdale Park Summer Movie. Celebrate the life of the late Stompin’ Tom in Across This Land. Sit under the stars and learn about his his life and
Tuesday July 2 to Sunday July 14, Cube Gallery
Nocturne V is a free, community-based, familyfriendly art show and festival. This unique Wellington Village Festival is dedicated to the beauty and majesty of the night sky. It is a testament to those artists, sculptors, scientists and astronomers who still turn their gaze to the stars. Events take place throughout this two week period at Cube Gallery. Contact 613.728.2111 or go online to cubegallery.ca for more information.
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Amazing things happening all summer long STAY ACTIVE AND RUN!
Learn to run or train for an event with the Ottawa Running Club (ottawarunningclub.com): • Meet at the Wellington Bridgehead at 8:30 am on Sundays for Learn to Run, 5k and 10k groups. Bridgehead Coffeehouse, 1277 Wellington St. (two blocks west of Holland). • Meet at Westboro Bridgehead located on Golden Ave. on Sunday mornings at 8:15 am. • Meet Tuesday evenings at 6:30 pm at the downstairs doors, (rain or shine) at the Dovercourt Recreation Centre. This group meets for a tempo workout; a run done at slightly faster paces. Stretches, warmups and cool downs will start and finish every workout. Workouts are posted in advance near the pool desk or by clicking here. Call 613-798-8950 ext. 229 for info. Runners should have 8 weeks (experienced runner) to 12 weeks (new runner) of training behind them before taking part in the tempo runs. 411 Dovercourt Ave.
STAY ACTIVE AND BIKE!
Alcatel-Lucent Sunday Bikedays Enjoy summer Sundays cycling along roads emptied of cars in Canada’s Capital Region. Since 1970, the National Capital Commission has opened scenic parkways to cyclists in Ottawa and Gatineau Park. Over 5.5 kilometers available for biking, rollerblading or running along the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway. Check out the National Capital Commisssion Website for maps online. No bike? No problem! Check out Right Bike RightBike is a community owned-and-operated bike share service operating in the neighbourhoods of Westboro and Wellington West. RightBike members have access to 65 distinctive, comfortable, and easyto-ride bicycles spread across 6 convenient hubs: • RightBike HQ, 1A McCormick St. (one block north of Wellington West and one block east of Parkdale Ave) • Hintonburg Community Centre, 1064 Wellington West (corner of Merton) • Causeway Work Centre, 22 O’Meara Street (near Tom Brown Arena) • Cyclelogik, 1111A Wellington Avenue West (corner of Stirling) • Mountain Equipment Co-op, 366 Richmond Road (in between Churchill & Roosevelt) • Dovercourt Recreation Centre, 411 Dovercourt Avenue (corner of Roosevelt) For more information email email@example.com or call 613-722-4440.
STAY ACTIVE AND PLAY Tennis!
Brush up on your tennis skills at Fairmont Park (3 courts), McKellar Park (2 courts) or at Westboro Kiwanis Park (Dovercourt) (1 court) or join The Elmdale Tennis Club located at 184 Holland Ave. or visit elmdale.ca.
Try Something New!
Visit the Highland Park Lawn Bowling Club, located at the corner of Byron and Golden Avenues, to find out if lawn bowling might be for you! Drop-in sessions are held on Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm. highlandparklawnbowling.ca Visit the Elmdale Lawn Bowling Club at 1 MacFarlane Avenue (near the Civic Hospital) on Monday, Wednesday or Friday mornings for an introduction to what the club has to offer. More information is available by calling (613) 722- 2205.
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SWIM! splash pads and wading pools
• Party at the Pool! Every Saturday from 2-4:30 pm throughout the
summer come to the Dovercourt Recreation Centre for Open Swim. A great event to bring visitors out to. Children swim free every Friday. Check dovercourt.org or call 613-798-8950 for swim time details.
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5. Hampton Park 645 Parkview Rd Open June 21 to August 16 June & July weekdays: 11:30 am - 6 pm August & Sundays: 11:30 am - 5 pm Closed: Saturdays
4. Champlain Park 140 Carleton Ave Open June 28 to August 23 June & July weekdays: 11 am – 6 pm August & weekends: 11 am – 5 pm
6. Iona Park 223 Iona St Open June 28 to August 23 July weekdays: 11:15 am – 6 pm August & Saturdays: 11:15 am – 5 pm
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7. Lions Park 294 Elmgrove Ave Open June 28 to August 23 July weekdays: 11:30 am - 6:00 pm August: 11:30 am - 5:00 pm Closed: Saturdays & Sundays 8. Westboro Kiwanis (Dovercourt) 411 Dovercourt Ave Open June 29 to August 30 July 1: 1 – 5 pm Weekdays July 2 - 31: 11 am – 6 pm Weekends: 11 am - 5 pm
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2. Reid Park 40 Reid Ave Open June 28 to August 23 June & July weekdays: Noon - 6 pm August & weekends: noon - 5 pm Closed: Tuesdays
1. Ev Tremblay Park 108 Beech Ave Open June 28 to August 23 June & July weekdays: 11 am – 6 pm; August & weekends: 11 am – 5 pm Closed: Mondays
Check out one of the area’s 13 splash pads and wading pools! Fun for kids of all ages.
• Swim, or just lie in the sun (or shade!) at Westboro Beach. • The Soloway JCC outdoor pool is a great place to spend a day with the family. Swim laps, lounge in the sun or have a picnic by the pool. jccottawa.com
Aug 1: Closed Aug 2 – 31: 11 am – 5 pm Closed: Mondays 9. McKellar Park 539 Wavell Ave Open June 29 to August 16 July Mon, Wed, Fri: 10 am - 6 pm Tue, Thu: 1:30 - 7:30 pm August: Mon, Wed, Fri. 10 am - 5 pm Tues & Thu 1:30 - 6:30 pm Aug 1 (Civic Holiday): 1 – 5 pm Closed: Saturdays & Sundays 10. Woodroffe Park 180 Lockhart Ave
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Open June 21 to August 16 June & July weekdays: 11 am - 6 pm; August & Sundays: 11am - 5 pm Closed: Saturdays 11. Hintonburg Park Splash Pad 1064 Wellington St. W. 12. Laroche Park Splash Pad 52 Bayview Ave 13. Roy Duncan Park Splash Pad 295 Churchill Ave
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Tuesday July 9, 11 am - 2 pm, Westboro Wading Pool
Fairytale Splash at the Westboro wading pool: Enter a water world where all your favourite storybooks come to life. Bring the children and enjoy the fun!
Tuesday July 9, 5 pm - 8 pm, Carlingwood Public Library
A crafting event that helps the community! Join Valerie Morin for a Bedmat Workshop that will teach you how to make quick dry mats from milk bags that can be used in hospitals or shelters in areas of need, all you have to do is bring along a #10 crochet hook! No experience necessary and milk bags provided. Call Steacy Johnson at 613-725-2449, ext. 24 for more info. 281 Woodroffe Ave.
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It’s a party for the stars! Come out to Julian Ave for the sidewalk star party. The Residents turn off the streetlights for an incredible dark sky experience - right in the heart of the city. Participants are able to take a closer look as the Royal Astronomical Society bring out the big telescopes! cubegallery.ca
Friday July 5 and Friday July 19, 7 pm, Hintonburg Park AND Saturday July 6, 7 pm, Iona Park
Bear and Company perform Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors at Hintonburg Park. Directed by Anna Lewis, with music direction by Rachel Eugster, this is a pass the hat event that can be enjoyed by the whole family! Bring a blanket or a
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Saturday July 13, Showtimes at 7 pm and 9 pm, Hintonburg Community CentRE
Movies in the Park, free summer movie night! Hosted by the Hintonburg Community Centre come out for the double header. “Wreck it Ralph” starts at 7 pm inside. and at 9 pm watch Morgan Freeman, under the stars in “Lean on Me” the story of a principle, determined to improve a decaying inner-city school. Bring something to sit on! Contact info@hintonburg. ca for more information. 1064 Wellington St. W.
Sunday July 14, 5k: 9 am start, (Kids 1k 9:10 am start), Parkdale Park
Hintonburg Cenntennial 5K, Ottawa’s funkiest 5k is back for its seventh year! Run or walk through one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the city to the cheers of our enthusiastic residents and great crew of volunteers. Kids
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can participate in the free Newswest 1K Fun Run (starts at 9:10 AM). Register in advance at Cyclelogik, 1111 Wellington Street W, Online or call 613.868.2375 for more information. Registration fee 20$, 13 and under can run for free! This year’s race still looking for volunteers contact race organizers if you can help!
Thursday July 18, 11 am - 4 pm, Reid Park
Community Party at Reid Park! Come out and enjoy a DJ, BBQ, prizes, games and special performances! It’s an event that the the whole family will enjoy. Contact Brittany.Norris@ottawa. ca for more information.
Wednesday July 24, 2 pm - 3:30 pm, Rosemount Library
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Friday July 26 and Saturday July 27, 7 pm, Hintonburg Park
Shakespeare is back to Hintonburg Park as The Company of Fools performs the Merry Wives of Windsor! Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on, bug spray and a sense of humour. Pay What You Can donations are collected at the end of the performance and can be submitted in the form of cash or cheque.
Tuesday July 30, 2 pm - 3 pm, Rosemount Library
African drumming at the Rosemount library, 18 Rosemount Street. Learn basic hand drum and counting techniques using the African djembe with Ottawa Folklore Centre drum teacher Don Gibbons. Hand drums are provided but bring your own if you have one! Registration required. Ages 6 to 12. Call 613-729-8664 for more information. 18 Rosemount Street.
Tuesday July 30, 7 pm, Reid Park
Bear and Company perform Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors at Reid Park in Hintonburg. Directed by Anna Lewis, with music direction by
Stay local! Westboro Farmers’ Market, Saturdays 9:30 AM – 3 PM, until October 26, Byron Park After a very successful inaugural season, the Ottawa Farmers’ Market is back for its second season in Westboro. Located along the beautiful walking path of the Byron Linear Park, between Golden, Richmond and Byron Avenues, the Westboro is growing with more than 65 vendors. See the complete list of Westboro vendors at ottawafarmersmarket.ca Parkdale Market: Located at the corner of Parkdale and Wellington in Hintonburg, this market was established in 1927 and is run by the City of Ottawa. Features fresh fruit and vegetables and flowers. Open from early spring to late fall, and during the Christmas season. Newly renovated in 2011. Come and shop for local produce at your community market! Support local restaurants and join the Hintonburg Supper Club! Meet neighbourhood residents while socializing at local restaurants. The Club meets roughly once a month. There is no charge other than for what you choose to eat or drink at the restaurant in question. For more information see hintonburg.com/supperclub.html. Take your dog for an off-leash run at one of the five neighbourhood off-leash parks: Laroche Park, Riverside Terrace Park, Westwood Park or Woodroffe Park. For a map of offleash parks see parkfinder.ottawadogblog.ca.
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Visit Maplelawn Gardens, one of the cities few remaining walled gardens from the 1800s, situated next to the historic Keg Manor. Open dawn to dusk. For more information about the history and plants see maplelawn.ca. Take a walk by Remic Rapids to see “The Art of Balance” inukshuks created by local artist John Ceprano. For more information about the artist, visit jfceprano.com.
The Elmdale Tennis Club Summer Camps July and August Ages 6-14 Half Day or Full Day Tennis and Multisport
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Rachel Eugster, this is a pass the hat event that can be enjoyed by the whole family! Bring a blanket or a lawn chair. www.bearandcompany.ca
Tuesday July 30, 2 - 3 pm, Carlingwood Public Library
As part of the TD Summer reading club, come see the Ottawa Art Gallery’s collection of pencil sketches from the Group of Seven. The Group of Seven traveled around Canada, stopping in many places along the way to make sketches of beautiful landscapes. Some of these sketches were later turned into finished paintings in their studio! Make your own sketch book to take with you on art adventures. Free event but registration required. Ages 9-12. 281 Woodroffe Ave.
Amazing things to do in August Thursday August 1, 10:30 am - 11:30 am, Carlingwood Public Library
It’s a big world! / Le monde est si grand and Jean-François Carrey will tell you why! Come out to the Carlingwood Public Library and listen as Jean-François shares his journey to become the youngest Canadian to climb mount Everest.
Ages 6-12. Registration required.This is a Bilingual event. 281 Woodroffe Ave.
Thursday August 1, 10 am - 1 pm, Mckellar Wading Pool
It’s a Bubble Bath Brunch! Bring your favorite tub toy and pack a lunch. This popular event it ideal for the “wee” preschoolers. Sponsored by the Dovercourt Recreation Centre. 539 Wavell Ave.
Tuesday August 6, 7 pm, Clare Gardens Park
Come and see some Shakespeare in the park as The Company of Fools performs the Merry Wives of Windsor! Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on, bug spray and a sense of humour. Pay What You Can donations are collected at the end of the performance and can be submitted in the form of cash or cheque. Corner Clare St. and Athlone Ave.
Wednesday August 7, 7 pm - 9 pm, McCormick Park
It’s the 13th Annual Samba in McCormick Park! Join Samba Ottawa for the party in McCormick Park. Samba arrives about 7:30pm. Home baked goodies, refreshments and Hintonburg “The Burg” T-shirts for sale. Help make some shakers to welcome Samba. For information or to volunteer contact: Cheryl 613-728-7582 or
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PLAY! in amazing parks
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Parks are the centre of the community in the summer. Check out which one is closet to you or spend your summer visiting them all! There are a total of 29 parks in Kitchissippi!
1. ARMSTRONG PARK, 69 Armstrong St
17. MAHONEY PARK, 160 Lanark Ave
2. BAYVIEW PARK SITE, 128 Bayview Rd
18. MCCORMICK PARK,
3. BYRON TRAMWAY PARK, 579 Byron Ave 4. CARRUTHERS STIRLING PARK, 195 Carruthers Ave
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6. CLARE GARDENS PARK, 269 Clare St
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9. FAIRMONT PARK, 265 Fairmont Ave 10. FISHER PARK, 250 Holland Ave 11. HAMPTON PARK, 645 Parkview Rd
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20. PARKDALE PARK, 366 Parkdale Ave 21. REID PARK, 40 Reid Ave
8. EVERGREEN PARK, 906 Dension Cres
19. MCKELLAR PARK, 539 Wavell Ave
5. CHAMPLAIN PARK, 140 Carleton Ave 7. EV TREMBLAY PARK, 108 Beech St
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23. RIVERSIDE TERRACE PARK, 225 Clearview Ave
24. ROY DUNCAN PARK, 295 Churchill Ave
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25. SENIOR CITIZEN’S CENTRE, 345 Richmond Rd
12. HEATHER CROWE PARK, 1902 ScottSt
26. SOMERSET SQUARE, 2 Spadina Ave
13. HINTONBURGH PARK, 101 Duhamel St
27. TILLBURY PARK, 725 Sherbourne Rd
14. IONA PARK, 223 Iona St
28. WESTBORO BEACH, 529 Richmond Rd
15. LAROCHE PARK, 52 Bayview Rd
29. WESTBORO KIWANIS PARK,
16. LION’S PARK, 294 Elmgrove Ave
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Come play with us this summer! Theatre camps • Acting • Improv • Musical Theatre
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Wednesday August 7, 14 & 21, 10:30 am - 11:20 am, Rosemount Library
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Travels with a book at the Rosemount Library! Come out and explore the world through the arm chair! Call 613-729-8664 for more details. 18 Rosemount St.
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Wednesday August 7, 10:30 am 11:30 am, Rosemount Library
Sunday August 25, 5 pm - 6 pm, Westboro Wading Pool
Cameraless Animation on Film. Watch your drawings come to life and travel around the screen by drawing onto clear 16mm film leader using markers, ink, paint, stickers and glitter. The films will be projected at the end of class for all to
18th Annual Dog Swim: Bring your pooch for a dip in Westboro wading pool. Dogs must be on a leash and should have a long walk prior to the swim. Owners, prepare to get wet! 411 Dovercourt Ave.
Stay connected! Want to play bridge? Drop in to play and meet other intermediate bridge players in the community. Every Tuesday throughout the summer 3:00 - 5:00 pm at the Carlingwood Library Branch. Teen Book Club at the Carlingwood Public Library: Chat about books and share your favorites with other teens. Ages 13 and up. Last Tuesday of the month at 7 pm (1 hr.) at the Ottawa Public Library Carlingwood Branch. Toastmasters: Success is usually achieved through good communication skills. Let us help you develop your skills. Visit the Above and Beyond Toastmaster Club, which meets in the Kaminski Room, Parkdale Clinic, 737 Parkdale Avenue (Carling Ave end). First and third Monday at 6:15 pm for two hours. For more information: 819-827-1274. Practice your English language conversation skills and meet new friends in a relaxed and friendly environment. Carlingwood Public Library. Registration online or by calling 613-725-2449 x22.
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100+ amazing things to do in and around Kitchissippi this summer!