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!
If you're a part of
a company, community group or team, our Corporate or Group Fitness
membership can save you money just in time for the holidays! The City of
Ottawa offers a 20% savings on CLASS A,
All-Inclusive or One
Option memberships for employees or members of participating
Corporations and Groups.
The 43rd annual Nepean
Sportsplex Christmas Craft Show is happening November 3 to 6!
The show will feature over 140 talented Canadian artisans, artists and
designers, with creations including clothing, jewellery and Christmas
decorations that make great gifts. Parking is Free at the Nepean
McNabb Community Centre's annual
Christmas Craft Sale will be happening November 28 from 10 am to
4 pm. Vendors will be selling homemade gifts, food and more.
Free admission and free parking!
3. Get excited for a Holiday Workshop
Think it's too early
to start planning for the holidays? Think again! Registration for the
City's many Christmas and winter holiday workshops and day camps has
already begun. With dazzling activities such as games, sports, crafts and
skating, there's plenty of holiday fun to be had. Register now!
Get into the holiday season by creating unique handmade ornaments with the
family to Trim your tree
or count down the big day by creating an Advent Calendar!
4. Plan a Party!
Christmas Party Season! Is your living room big enough for the staff
holiday get-together? Don't panic! Check out our 20 featured facilities
with rooms of many sizes, all across the City. Photos and video tours will
help you find your ideal location. Our affordable and accessible
spaces come with tables, chairs and parking.
5. Jump, jive and wail at the City's Big Band Dances
Adults of all ages
are invited to Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre to swing to the hits of the 40's
and 50's! People come from all over to hear the sounds of Ottawa's best Big
Bands and dance the night away! Deck the Halls on Thursday, December 1,
featuring The Starlighters, Tickets are $19.50 in advance or $23.50 at the
door and include a light lunch. Cash bar available. Call 613-828-4313 for
6. Pretend like it's still Summer, and Ride the surf at
the City's wave pools
Who cares if it's
cold outside, the city's wave pools are indoors, offering the ultimate swim
experience to beat those cold-weather blues! After all, where else in
Ottawa can you swim indoors while enjoying the thrill of plunging through
metre-high waves? With three convenient locations - Kanata Leisure Centre
and Wave Pool, Splash Wave Pool on Ogilvie and the Ray Friel Recreation
Complex in Orléans - our wave pools hold the most exhilarating aquatics
experience around! Use our swim schedule
search tool to find the next wave swim at the facility closest
7. Get in on the action at our sensational seniors'
The City of Ottawa's seniors'
centres offer residents ages 50-plus the opportunity to
participate in exceptional recreational programs and activities while being
social and having fun! With specialized programs designed to support
healthy and active adult lifestyles, we'll stimulate your mind, body and
soul. Come get a sense of our unique seniors' centre communities by calling
your local facility to book a tour today. Our enthusiastic and
knowledgeable staff will help you feel right at home while introducing you
to all of the exciting experiences our seniors' centres have to
8. Volunteer at an outdoor rink!
outdoor rink program is recruiting. Join the hundreds of community-based
volunteers who devote their time to provide access to affordable winter
recreational activity every year!
If you are a committed group or individual interested in operating or
supporting a neighborhood outdoor rink for the 2016-17 season, please call
613-580-2590 or e-mail the Seasonal Recreation Office at email@example.com for more
9. Youths unite!
Ottawa youth have
plenty to keep them busy - school, homework, extracurricular activities and
social media. Why not try something different? The City of Ottawa offers
great opportunities for youth to hang out, make friends and have a blast at
our various youth nights. They'll experience a ton of cool activities,
movie and pizza nights, special events and even out-trips! Youth night
programming is offered for both tweens and teens and is supervised by
qualified staff. Best of all, many of the activities are free! For more
information about these and other dynamic recreational opportunities browse
the Youth programs.