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2019 Garage Sale Participants Map

Here is the map showing all the houses participating in the FHACA Community Garage Sale this Saturday June 15 at 9am. With this map you should be able to plan out your most efficient route, allowing you to visit all … Continue reading

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Garage Sale Email

Please note that the previous article had an error in the email address for registering for the Garage sale.  If you had clicked the link before today, you should resend your registration so we can ensure you are included on … Continue reading

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Community Garage Sale June 15

It’s that time of the year when you can sell those unwanted treasures in the convenience of your driveway! There is no cost to participate; however, we ask that you have a current membership (2018-19) with FHACA. The sale is … Continue reading

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Park Clean Up Saturday Morning

The weather is looking up for Community Park Clean Up Day this Saturday, May 4.  So grab a pair of gardening gloves and rake, and come on out to one of the six parks in the community at 9am to … Continue reading

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Architects seek input on shared and public spaces in the new Ottawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada joint facility

Here is some info received from the City regarding public consultation: Ottawa –  Registration is now open for the next design workshops on Spaces and Relationships in the new Ottawa Public Library (OPL) and Library and Archives Canada (LAC) joint … Continue reading

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Rummage Sale April 13

The 2019 Rummage Sale will take place on Saturday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. at the Community Building, 31 Sutton Place. This is a well-established annual spring event that attracts about 20 vendors and many buyers on … Continue reading

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Tree Canada Grant Program for Trees Lost During the Tornado

Tree Canada has announced funding for those who have lost trees during last year’s tornado.  They will be providing funding to private landowners (i.e. residences, condominiums, institutional) who own/manage a property and who had individual trees destroyed by the tornadoes … Continue reading

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