Our wonderful teacher Lisa Pirnak has a natural ability to relate to and communicate with her students. She’ll help you little one aged 3-5 develop motor, social, and cognitive skills in a fun and encouraging environment! Starting at $100* Mondays, Wednesdays, and Optional Friday. Register online at ottewell.ca/community/oclplayschool
Join Pyretic Productions for Michael Mysterious, from October 14-24, 2021,at La Cité Francophone, 8627 Rue Marie-Anne Gaboury.
Due to the updated provincial health restrictions, Pyretic Productions are implementing the Restriction Exemption program. For their updated policy, please visit www.pyreticproductions.ca
When Michael’s grandmother dies, he is taken in by the mother of his estranged childhood best friend and invited to live at her new boyfriend’s suburban home. Arlene wants a family. July wants to leave. Jeremy wants to fit in. Paul wants to be young again. Everyone wants Michael to be something; Michael needs a place to be. Sex, drugs, wasps, graduation, and matrimony, Michael Mysterious is a hilarious, dark, refreshingly honest portrayal of the awkwardness and loneliness of life and love.
Promo Code: MYSTERIOUS to you for $20 tickets. We also have 10 Pay-What-You-Can tickets available at the door for every performance.
Orange Shirt Day is a legacy of the St. Joseph Mission residential school commemoration event, held in Williams Lake, BC, in the spring of 2013, that was inspired by Phyllis (Jack) Webstad’s story of having her new orange shirt taken away on her first day of school at the Mission. Since then, the event, it has become an opportunity to keep the discussion on all aspects of residential schools happening annually.
With the number of events growing across the country, September was chosen as it marks the back-to-school season and also reflects the time in which Indigenous children were taken from their families to be placed in residential schools.
How to Get Involved
To commemorate Orange Shirt Day on September 30, wear an orange shirt in recognition of, and to honour the children, families, friends, and intergenerational survivors of Canada’s Indian Residential Schools.
There are many ways to reflect on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day and to learn about the impacts Indian Residential Schools had on the survivors, intergenerational survivors, and the many children that did not survive.
Aunty Jean’s Fudge C & B Caesar Rim Mix Green Thumb Bakery Gypsy Garden Jamaican chefmon Little Lemon Truck Lone Pine Distilling Maggies Pierogies Maplewood Acres Market Garden Mini Donut House Omen Brewery OCL – Membership Sales Pj Plus SIze Creations SYC Brewery That’s Bananas Bakery Tasty Treats Bakery And we have more! Look at the list of new vendors we are adding this week! Voxxlife Jen Ashley Jewelry Pampered Chef Flowers by Mila Pikante El gringo
Food Trucks on Site – Meat Street Pies Music by – Mariachi Borealis
And we have On- site – Edmonton Library – Tool Shed
Looking for some inspiration to get moving? Then be sure not to miss our Zumba Demo – 6pm – 7pm on deck at the park
Don’t miss this fun filled market day, See you there!
There are still spots this summer in our children’s programs! Our programs include:
Safety & Environment Day Camp, Pedal Pushers Half Day Bicycle Camp for ages 9-12 ,
Pedal Pushers Two half day Bike program for ages 5-8,
Babysitting Course and our Home Alone Course.
We also offer one hour Scooter Sessions for only $8! Find us on Facebook @Albertasafety and Instagram @albertasafetycouncil to see what we have been doing so far this summer. If you have any question feel free to visit our website or call us at 780-462-7300. Use code ASCottewell2021 for 10% off with your Ottewell Community Membership.
Opera NUOVA’s emerging artist training programs for young adults has produced many of Canada’s musical theatre and operatic heavyweights since 1999. Now, for the first time, NUOVA is expanding to help develop younger musical artists build the skills to become a triple threat!
Opera NUOVA’s Triple Threat Training Camps are two-week, 8-day intensive programs designed for students aged 9-17 who are ready to take their skills to the next level in areas of Singing, Dance, Tap, Speech and Acting. Students will receive training in Musical Theatre performance techniques from our esteemed faculty of performing arts pros who are expert in nurturing and inspiring young artists. Camps will take place in Edmonton at The King’s University very close to Ottewell. Campers will deliver a final outdoor performance at the end of their session.
Two age groups are available: – Ages 9-12, maximum capacity of 15 students per camp – Ages 13-17, maximum capacity of 12 students per camp
July session: Weeks of July 19-22 and 26-29 August session: Weeks of August 3-6 and 9-12
Programs are 4 days a week leaving families a three-day weekend to take advantage of our gorgeous Alberta summers!