The annual community garage sale is fast approaching; scheduled to take place on June 10. It’s a perfect opportunity to declutter your house, team up with your neighbour, and bring your friends over to socialize, while trading your unused treasures!
And there is still time to sign up to participate. Just email info.FHACA@gmail.com, Subject: Garage Sale, no later than June 5. There is no cost to register; however, you must hold an up-to-date membership (paid since last September).
A map of participants (addresses only) will be available on our website www.fhaca.ca prior to the sale. We had a record-breaking participation of 30 households last year, despite the cold snap. Let’s have a rematch with nice weather this time!
To be held at at the City View United Church, 6 Epworth Avenue. There is FREE admission to this event with amazing deals on hearty plants donated by society members and friends! Plants on the sale table will be grouped by sun, shade, edibles and pollinators and typically sell from $1 to $10. Larger rarer plants or those in bloom may be priced individually.
Attention bargain hunters and community members! The upcoming community rummage sale is just around the corner and it’s time to mark your calendars for this fantastic event – Saturday April 15th from 9am to 12pm, at Fisher Heights Community Place, 31 Sutton Place. Not only will you be able to find great deals on a variety of items, but you’ll also be supporting your local community.
And if you’re looking to participate in the sale as a vendor, there’s still time to purchase a table! Buying a table is an excellent opportunity to declutter your home and make some extra cash. Contact Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
On February 25, FHACA is organising our first winter carnival since COVID stopped us in our tracks. We are looking forward to see everyone out again on Saturday February 25 between 1 and 4 pm. The horse drawn carriage -always popular with the kids- will be at 31 Sutton Place at Fisher Heights Park between 1-3 pm only, so do not arrive too late.
There is a fire pit with marchmallows, we have crafts, the rinks are open and we’ll serve coffee, hot chocolate and snack. It looks like it is going to be a coldish day, but hey, we are Canadians and don’t we all embrace winter?
Looking forward to see all our young (and not so young) residents again!
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The City of Ottawa is looking for your feedback on two concepts for the new play equipment in Gilbey Park.
The existing junior play structure and equipment have surpassed their intended service life. The playground needs upgrading to comply with the City’s accessibility requirements and to respond to the play needs of the neighboring residents.
A new medical imaging centre is suggested for this location for Merivale Medical Imaging, currently further north on Merivale Road to eventually occupy.
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A new medical imaging centre is suggested for this location for Merivale Medical Imaging, a company that is currently located further north on Merivale Road. The applicant is 1545 Merivale Inc., based on 1370 Clyde Ave, where the current Merivale Medicale Imaging is located.