Katimavik Hazeldean Community Association (Ward 23 - Kanata South) news and local events. http://www.khca.on.ca
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!
campers will win back their week at camp! Register before June 1 to be
automatically entered into a draw to win back your registered week of camp
with a value of up to $250! Remember the more camps you register for, the
more chances to win. For details, visit ottawa.ca/summercamps.
Take me out to the ball game
Spend your summer
evenings at the ballpark. Women and Sport offer women's recreational and
intermediate adult softball leagues. Get the girls together or register on
your own. Beginners, getting active again or if you're just out to have
fun!! Registration information
online or call 613-580-2854.
Start walking for your health
Nordic Walking with
poles is a low-impact, high-energy ultimate workout that enhances your
walking with 20 to 40 per cent more caloric expenditure. Increase your
cardio and improve your posture and upper body strength. Gentle
Nordic and Activator Pole Walking classes are also available. If you want
to walk with a group, we offer several indoor walking clubs and the Active
Living Club hiking program. Class details can be found in the Fitness
and Wellness and 50+ Adult Recreation
Unsure what level your child
should be registered in for Learn to Swim?
OC Transpo offers
great service for senior riders including free
bussing all day Wednesday. Most of our recreation and
culture facilities are on bus routes, so why not plan a trip to go swimming
at the senior rate.
Young at Art 2016 – On display
at galleries citywide
Be amazed at the
talents of some of Ottawa's best artists between the ages of 12 and 19 at
the Young at
Art 2016 juried exhibitions.
temperatures, the Ottawa Drowning Prevention Coalition in conjunction with
the City of Ottawa wants to remind residents that when temperatures go up
the dangers of being on ice and open water goes up. When ice begins to thaw
it may look solid but is often extremely dangerous. Grey ice is unsafe. The
greyness indicates the presence of water. Water levels this year are higher
than usual and are accompanied by soft, slippery banks that are
treacherous, particularly for young children, adults and the family
pet. Check ice safety guidelines at Lifesaving
Society and Canadian Red Cross.
Simply stay away from the ice.