The City of Ottawa's Active Living Club for Senior Adults is now taking registrations for its Spring Hiking Program. The program begins Monday April 18, and will continue until Friday June 29. The program runs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 9:30 until around noon. There are three levels of hikes: beginner, intermediate, and advanced, in order to cater to all abilities, allowing each participant to hike at their own pace.
Cost: $35.00 per person.
To register, or for more information, please call 798-8734.
Gently Used Clothing, Furniture and Household Goods
The Bellevue Boutique
Last week of each month, 2 for 1 on clothing
Located behind 1465 Caldwell
For Information Phone 729-0902
The Mark Mitchell Chorale will perform
A Musical Potpourri
featuring Irish, British, Balkan & Chinese folk music, Bach, Brahms, & the Beatles, Neil Young and Maurice Ravel
First Unitarian Church
Friday, May 4, 2001 at 8.00pm
Tickets $10.00 in advance and $12.00 at the door.
Children 12 and under, $6.00
For information, call Mark Mitchell at 685-0088
Children's Aid Society of Ottawa
Call 742-1620 to foster or adopt a child.
Public Information Nights on:
Thursday, April 26, 7:00 PM, 1602 Telesat Court, Gloucester
Thursday, May 31, 7:00 PM, 1602 Telesat Court, Gloucester
Plant & Bake Sale
St Stephen's Presbyterian Church
579 Parkdale Ave. at Sherwood
Sat. 12 May, 9 - 11 am
CANADIAN SUBSIDY DIRECTORY YEAR 2001 EDITION
Legal Deposit-National Library of Canada
M.G. Publishing is offering to the public a revised edition of the Canadian Subsidy Directory, a guide containing more than 2300 direct and indirect financial subsidies, grants and loans offered by government departments and agencies, foundations, associations and organizations. In this new 2001 edition all programs are well described.
The Canadian Subsidy Directory is the most comprehensive tool to start up a business, improve existent activities, set up a business plan, or obtain assistance from experts in fields such as: Industry, transport, agriculture, communications, municipal infrastructure, education, import-export, labour, construction and renovation, the service sector, hi-tech industries, research and development, joint ventures, arts, cinema, theatre, music and recording industry, the self employed, contests, and new talents.
Assistance from and for foundations and associations, guidance to prepare a business plan, market surveys, computers, and much more!
To obtain the Canadian Subsidy Directory call 1-800-301-8093.
Consult our web site at: http://www.mgpublishing.net
CARLINGTON COMMUNITY CLOGGERS
The Carlington Community cloggers dance each Wednesday
from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
at The Alexander Community Centre, 960 Silver Street, Ottawa.
Cost $5.00 drop-in fee per session.
Newcomers always welcome.
Our mandate: to dance and have fun, and to promote clogging in the National Capital Region.
For information call A.J. at 729-4974.