Brantwood Rink - the gift that keeps on giving

For the first time in recent (since 2008) memory we will have ice on the rink over the March Break! We would like to see the rink well used over the break so are running extended hours as follows:

3/10/2014 Monday noon - 9pm
3/11/2014 Tuedsay noon - 9pm
3/12/2014 Wednesday noon - 9pm
3/13/2014 Thursday noon - 9pm
3/14/2014 Friday noon - 9pm
3/15/2014 Saturday 11:30 - 5pm
3/16/2014 Sunday 11:30 - 5pm

Happy skating!

OECA Perspective on NCC Review of Parkway Policy

Given the impact of the NCC’s lands and parkways on the community of Old Ottawa East, one of the four communities constituting “Rideau Island,” between the Rideau River and Rideau Canal in central Ottawa, the OOECA welcomes the opportunity to provide input to the National Capital Commission’s related reviews of its parkway policy and the Capital Urban Lands Master Plan. Read here for a draft of the OECA position on this NCC policy review.

Update on safe crossings along Queen Elizabeth Drive and Colonel By Drive

The following information was provided by the NCC:

"As part of the NCC's efforts to improve the level of comfort of pedestrians crossing the parkways, which included the Rideau Canal Corridor Pedestrian Crossings Study completed in 2011 and community consultations held in 2010, I can confirm that the NCC will be moving forward with planned improvements at Queen Elizabeth Drive and 5th avenue. We hope to complete the necessary works this year to coincide with the opening of Landsdowne. We have completed work on the first priority crossing at Hartwell Locks.

Brantwood Rink - the best rink in Ottawa!

While the weather may be cold, it's good for the ice and Brantwood Park has an amazing outdoor rink. Here are the hours of operation when the field house is open:

Monday 4:30 - 9:00
Tuesday 4:30 - 9:00
Wednesday 4:30 - 9:00
Thursday 4:30 - 9:00
Friday 4:30 - 9:00
Saturday 11:30 - 5:00
Sunday 11:30 - 5:00

Want to help continue to make Brantwood rink the best in Ottawa? Then the rink needs YOU!
If you or your children enjoy the rink please become a volunteer flooder.

City of Ottawa requesting proposals on public artwork for Main Street

The City of Ottawa invites artists to submit proposals to develop, design and install exterior public artwork on Main Street in the neighbourhood of Old Ottawa East. This call to artists is open to professional artists who are Canadian citizens or have permanent resident status. Artists may submit a proposal individually or as a team.

The total budget for this commission is $220,000 plus HST. The commission budget must include all costs required to design, fabricate, store, transport and install the public art, as well as any travel expenses incurred by the artist or artist team.Installation of the artwork will take place between Fall 2016 and Summer 2017, depending on the site of the work and coordination with the larger construction project.


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