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Famed Ottawa theatre company, A Company of Fools will be returning to Fisher Heights Park (31 Sutton Place) on Tuesday, July 12 to perform The Amazing Adventures of Pericles, Prince of Tyre. Showtime will be 7 pm, and admission is pay-what-
Show Info: Duelling knights, dastardly pirates, proper princesses, an ancient goddess and not one but two shipwrecks! How could the Fools have waited so long to tell the thrilling tale of Pericles, Prince of Tyre! When our hero discovers a dark secret about the evil king of Antioch, Pericles is forced to flee for his life. So begins an epic voyage that takes him across several seas to far off lands where he discovers adventure, love, and just maybe what life is all about. Don’t miss this exciting, fast paced escapade set in a mythical world and played against the backdrop of Fisher Heights Park.
Last year the Fools played to a packed crowd despite the threat of rain. As the clouds loomed, the show was moved inside the community building and performed to great laughter and cheers. You won’t want to miss the show. It’s fun for the entire family!
A new preschool Drop-In Playgroup will be piloted this summerr for children 0-4 years old. The Drop-In Playgroup will take place every Wednesday from 10:45am – 12:00pm beginning June 22 until August 31 at Fisher Heights Community Place (31 Sutton Place).
Caregivers and their little one(s) are invited to drop in to play with others indoors and/or outdoors (weather pending) and make new friends in the neighbourhood. The Drop-In is supported by the Fisher Heights & Area Community Association, and organized by community member Isabelle LeVert-Chiasson.
For more information please contact Isabelle at firstname.lastname@example.org or (613) 915-7473.
Clear out your closets, empty your basements, dust your cupboards and weed out your garages by selling your unused (but still useful) items at this year’s Fisher Heights Community Garage Sale, Saturday, June 11.
The sale is advertised in a wide variety of media for maximum reach, and the sale begins anytime after 9AM, however eager garage sale professionals descend on the neighbourhood anytime after 8AM.
For those who have registered with the Association before June 2, your properties will be listed on a community map that can be handed out to bargain shoppers. Be sure to dress up your driveways with balloons and signs to attract shoppers, price your items to sell, and have fun!
Scortching temperatures baked our Nation’s Capital two weekends ago, but it didn’t keep bike lovers from coming out to participate in this year’s edition of the FHACA Bike Rodeo held on Saturday, May 28.
From 1PM – 3PM young and old alike gathered at Fisher Heights Park to participate in cycling obstacle courses, learn about road rules, decorate their bikes and get their bikes tuned up for free!
A special thanks goes out to all of the volunteers who helped make the day a success, especially considering the hot temperatures – Cycle Salvation for providing free tune-ups, the City’s Safer Roads Ottawa program for providing free bike lights, reflector strips and teaching road rules, and Dimitri Moisseev & Diana Bivolan for taking photos of the day. Below is a visual recap of the day.
Sell your articles in your own driveway on Saturday, June 11. The community association advertises this event widely in our local papers as well as on various websites. Any members who pre-register will be included on a sale map giving the street and house number of participants, to help increase buyer traffic to seller’s homes.
To be included on the map, you must register no later than June 2. Maps will be delivered to all participants for distribution on the day of the sale. All we ask is that participants be current members of FHACA.
Call Margaret McPherson at 613-723-0169 to register and/or pay for membership.
Our 3rd annual Bike Rodeo is this Saturday – May 28 – from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Fisher Heights Park, 31 Sutton Place.
WHAT’S NEW this year?
Of course there will once again be lots of FREE STUFF: minor tune-ups; bike lights; refreshments; and much more.
This is an event for the whole family. See our post from two days ago for all the details.