Kids’ Club program assistance (adult)

QGP is seeking someone who is available to work occasionally and sometimes on short notice at its Kids’ Club program which takes place at our community centre between 2:45 and 5:30 Monday to Friday.  Vulnerable sector police check a requirement.  Preference will be given to those living in QGP.  The position requires supervision of school aged children between 6 and 11. A current police check is required to work at Kids’ Club. Please contact Sara Ellis, Program Director at sara.ellis@qualicum.org if you are interested.

Guides

Planning your fall family activities?

Consider Guiding for your daughter. Consider Guiding for yourself as a leader or an adult member.

Qualicum

54th Ottawa Spark/Brownie Unit – Qualicum Community Centre 48 Nanaimo Dr., Ottawa, ON  K2H 6Y3    Thursdays – 18:15

 

Others

Sparks (Ages 5 and 6)

67thNepean Sparks – Maki House Community Centre 19 Leeming Dr., Nepean, ON K2H 5P6

Mondays – 18:30

Brownies (ages 7 and 8)

67thNepean Brownies – Maki House Community Centre19 Leeming Dr., Nepean, ON K2H 5P6

Tuesdays – 18:15

Guides (ages 9 to 11)

67thNepean Guides – Maki House Community Centre 19 Leeming Dr., Nepean, ON K2H 5P6

Tuesdays – 18:15

Pathfinders (ages 12 to 14)

67thNepean Pathfinders – Maki House Community Centre 19 Leeming Dr., Nepean, ON K2H 5P6

Wednesdays – 18:3

Brownies (ages 7 and 8)

2nd Bells Corners Brownies – Lynwood Community Centre, 7 Sycamore Dr., Nepean, ON K2H 6R4

Wednesdays – 18:00

Guides (ages 9 to 11)

2ndBells Corners Guide Unit – Lynwood Community Centre 7 Sycamore Dr., Nepean, ON K2H 6R4

Wednesdays – 19:00

Pathfinders (ages 12 to 14)

1stBells Corners Pathfinders – Lynwood Community Centre 7 Sycamore Dr., Nepean, ON K2H 6R4                                                                         Mondays – 18:15

Rangers (ages 15 to 17)

1st Bells Corners Rangers – Lynwood Community Centre 7 Sycamore Dr., Nepean, ON K2H 6R4                                                                                Wednesdays – 18:30 to 20:30

 

Register on-line at:  https://register.girlguides.ca/web/OnlineReg/Online_Registration/OnlineReg/Online_Registration.aspx

Interested in Volunteering as a Leader at: http://guidesontario.org/WEB/ON/Adult_Members/Volunteer/ON/Parents/Adult_Membership_Volunteering.aspx

Nanaimo Park B-Ball court.

The movement of the large B-Ball nets to a separate court was requested by the CA to address conflicts with smaller children in the playground area.  The small net will remain at its current location.  After a few years delay the city has moved forward and construction is scheduled to start August 27. Completion is required by October 15 according to their RFP.  We have requested that construction near the community centre be completed prior to the start of school.

The plan below received a supporting motion at our annual AGM on Oct 19 2017.

 

 

 

Valleystream Tennis Canada Day Event Postponed

Canada Day Event

Postponed to Sunday, July 8th

As Canada’s birthday lasts all year, plan to come out for this fun day.

Tennis: 2 courts for open play 9:00 ─ 1:00 pm

Pickleball: 6 courts from 9:00 am – 11:00 for open play and 3 courts from 11:00 – 1:00 pm for the Canada Day Event.

Refreshments served at 11 or 11:30 a.m depending on the weather. Please register by email (valleystream.tennis@gmail.com) or at the Clubhouse on a sign-up sheet, or let one of the Executive know that you will be attending, so we can estimate the requirements for refreshments.

Leslie Park – Picnic in the Park

SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd
4:00pm-8:00pm

Come to the park at 4:00pm to enjoy a scavenger hunt, face painting, crafts and our very first local artisan showcase! We are excited to show off the talent in our community so if you are interested in displaying your handmade crafts, gifts or other items please review the details below.

At 5:30pm, the BBQ will be ready, and the pot luck dinner will begin. After dinner, take in live music from Leslie Park’s own Dave Milliken. Please bring chairs or a picnic blanket for you and your family to enjoy your dinner on.

About the Artisan Showcase:

The showcase will run from 4:00-5:30pm and we will set up close to the garden. Table space will be available for you to display your work (2 artisans per 8 ft. table) – there is no charge to participate in the showcase. To secure table space, you must email info@lesliepark.ca by Monday, June 11

About the Potluck Dinner:

Councillor Chiarelli’s office has generously provided hot dogs, and the LPCA will provide hamburgers, lemonade and water. Please bring something to share – salads, side dishes, appetizers or desserts are a great complement to the BBQ. In consideration for the many families with nut allergies, please bring something nut-free so everyone can enjoy your dish. We will begin accepting food at 5:00pm – please keep your dish cool (or warm) until it is ready to serve at 5:30pm (Please label your dishes and serving utensils)

To minimize costs and waste, we ask that people please bring their own dishes and cutlery for dinner. Let’s ‘leave no trace’! Please take any uneaten food home with you to consume or compost after the Picnic.

Special thanks to Dayton residents Karyn Bowman and Jim McNally whose businesses are sponsoring the event!

See you on the 23rd!

Leslie Park Community Association