We encourage feedback on any and all issues of concern to residents. Please join us at our monthly meetings to discuss issues or send an email to President@khca.on.ca. We look forward to hearing your views!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

"Slow Down for Us" Signage

On behalf of Councillor Hubley, Emily Quinn would 
like to reach out to  all residents who have recently 
contacted our office with concerns over  speeding 
in their neighbourhoods. 
The Councillor's  Office has recently 
received a number of “Slow Down 
for Us” signs and we would like to 
offer them  to residents in the community.

Should you wish to post  a sign on your 
lawn, please notify our office. 

More information on Road Safety and the “Slow Down for Us” 
campaign can be found at the link below.

Councillor Hubley will be bringing a number of the signs to the 
Grand Re-Opening of Young’s Pond Park this Sunday 
August 30th  at 12:00 PM, at 177 McCurdy Drive. 
Please join us for the  BBQ afterwards!

Should you not be able to attend the event, 
our office would be happy to make 
alternative arrangements. To secure a 
sign for your street and discuss this further, 
please contact the office at 613-580-2752, 
someone will be in the office to answer 
your call between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm,
Monday to Friday.

We look forwards to hearing from you!

Kind regards,

Emily Quinn
Councillor's Assistant
Office of Councillor Allan Hubley

Kanata South, Ward 23

(613) 580-2424 Ext: 25501
F:(613) 580-2510

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

DiscoverRec September 2015

The latest news on recreation and culture programs, services, memberships and events!

Top 5 Reasons September means Back to Fun!

1. Fall and Winter Registration is Officially Open!

Now is the perfect time to register yourself and your children i
n a dance class, swimming lessons, or a skating program! With 
so many amazing recreation programs being offered, now is the 
perfect time to try something new or learn a new skill!
Registration is simple, with three easy ways to do it:
·        online
·        by phone: 613-580-2588
·        in person at a recreation or culture facilities
The Recreation eGuide and Mon Cyberguide francophone 
des loisirs are now available online.

You can also browse programs by facility with

Join Ottawa!

2. You Get to Try It - For Free!

From September 21 through September 27, we invite 
you to be our guest! Participate in our aquafitness classes, 
cycling and group fitness classes, or workout in our fitness
centres free of charge! Simply visit one of our participating facilities 
to set up your free membership access card. Try before you buy! 
Discover the way to a new and healthy you.

3. The Kids are Back to School!

Keep them engaged before and after school! Look no 
further than the City's exceptional Before and After School 
programs! Activities are focused on healthy child development 
and are delivered by certified staff who are passionate about 
roviding an outstanding experience. These programs are a 
fantastic opportunity for kids to stay active and make friends. 
As a bonus, programs qualify for the Children's Fitness Tax Credit!

If a Before or After School program isn't the right fit, then 
register your child in a Hip Hop for Boys program to help him 
burn off some energy! Or help them strengthen their imagination 
and develop their unique voice outside the classroom with a  
Fiction Writing class. And for children who are eager to help you 
out in the kitchen, check out the Kitchen Kids program for a
hands-on experience!

Visit our website for more information and to see all 
the courses that we offer. 

4. You're Never too Old to Play Outside!

Enjoy the great outdoors this fall in a safe, healthy and fun 
environment with the Active Living Club 50+!. Geared to older
adults and seniors, the Active Living Club offers three levels 
of hiking from September through to October. Each level of hike 
runs once a week and are free for Active Living Club members. 
Call 613-580-2854 for more information or for assistance in 

5. The Nepean Creative Arts Centre is Celebrating 25 years!

Which means you can participate in specialty arts workshops for the whole family! Registration is open now.

Reminder to Community Groups! Are you up-to-date?

If your community group or club is on the 
you need to keep your information current. Have you changed  
presidents? Do you have a new website? Take 10 minutes now, 
to visit the site, check your info and make any necessary updates! 
Make it easy for residents to find you faster. Stay connected!

ottawa.ca | 3-1-1

TTY 613-580-2401

City of Ottawa Older Adults Fall Programs

Older Adult Programs 

to keep you 

active, healthy, and 

 having Fun this Fall!

Through the City of Ottawa, fitness is affordable and available to all 
age groups and mobility levels. The City offers a wide range of programs
to fit everyone's lifestyle, and the Ottawa Hand in Hand fee support program 
subsidizes those with financial difficulties. 

How do I register?

Not sure where to start? Take a look at our programs on  
ottawa.ca/recreationguide to see the impressive list of options available
to you.  Need more of a personal touch?  Drop into a recreation centre 
in your neighbourhood and find out how they can meet your fitness needs.

Our flexible fitness membership options do not require a yearlong 
contract, and adults ages 65+ are eligible for a discount on adult 
programs offered at recreation facilities.

What classes are available?

You can choose to exercise in our conditioning centres, swim, 
skate or take group exercise classes such as aquafit, spinning©, 
oga, Pilates, bootcamps, and the list goes on!

Prefer to take a specialty program? We offer a wide range of 
registration-based classes for all ages and stages and special needs.  
We have sports conditioning, TRX, Zumba®, yoga, tai chi, Nordic 
walking and much more!

Anyone over 50 can enrol in any adult programs; however, there 
is also a catalogue of classes targeted directly at adults age 50 and 
older. You will find a variety of fitness classes with a focus on:
·        Muscle toning, cardiovascular conditioning and flexibility.
·        Weight-bearing exercises designed so participants of any age
 can strengthen bones and build bone mass.
·        Increasing your energy level and increase your confidence 
using weights and cardio machines in our facilities. 
Maybe you'd rather sit down for a while with a good book. Maybe 
you'd like to write a good book, create some artwork and take some 
photos to go inside the book! These are all skills you can learn or 
sharpen through creative arts classes.

Many of Ottawa's older adults combine their activities with their 
social life through one of the City-operated seniors' centres. 
Here are the four Senior Centres located across Ottawa:
·        Kanata Seniors Centre
This year choose to remain active in your community with the 
City of Ottawa's Parks, Recreation and Culture Services!