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Outdoor Theatre in Fisher Heights Park – Thur. July 18, 7 pm

A Company of Fools will once again bring their outdoor theatre to Fisher Heights Park – Tomorrow, Thursday July 18. The show begins at 7 pm.  Bring a blanket or chair, your friends and family, and be prepared to enjoy … Continue reading

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Ward 9 Fun Day – June 8 at Inverness Park

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Tennis Open House this Saturday

   Come and try some tennis !! Open House at Long Park Tennis Club  Saturday, June 1 ,   10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tennis games organized for adults and children Ball machine to test your skills Racquets available Free … Continue reading

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Tonight (Oct. 15) – our AGM, plus City Councillor Candidates

FHACA’s Annual General meeting is tonight, Monday, October 15, in the community centre at 31 Sutton. 6:30 pm – registration & refreshments 7:00 pm – Annual General Meeting (see our post from Sept. 25 for details.) 8:00 pm – All-Candidates … Continue reading

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Tonight – Municipal Election Meeting

The municipal election is fast approaching – voting day is Monday October 22.  Tonight is the first of two chances that you have to hear the five candidates for Councillor in our ward (Knoxdale-Merivale, also known as Ward 9).  See … Continue reading

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New Fitness Program aimed at Seniors

 “JUST MOVE” is a new type of fitness program for seniors at Carleton Heights Community Centre (1665 Apeldoorn). It is especially aimed at those who may may find our local Older Adult Fitness classes too strenuous, or folks who have … Continue reading

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Tonight – Theatre in the Park

Famed Ottawa theatre troupe, A Company of Fools, returns to Fisher Heights Park tonight – (July 11) – at 7 pm, to perform Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”. It’s a fast-paced, 90-minute show featuring vibrant visuals, original music, and physical comedy.  Admission is pay-what-you-can (suggested donation $20).

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