News

Volunteers Desperately Needed

The battle against the Ottawa River flood waters continues. With the military's arrival yesterday some hope was restored and the effort has been renewed in ernest. Your help is needed. Please report to the Cumberland Heritage Village Museum at 2940 Old Montreal Road. City staff will direct you from there. If you can spare a couple of hours it will be gratefully accepted.

NEWS RELEASE The City is Prepared for Localized Flooding

La version française suit For immediate release: April 17, 2019 City prepared for localized flooding Ottawa – The City of Ottawa is prepared for potential localized flooding in anticipation of the heavy rain in this weekend’s forecast. The City’s Emergency Operations Centre is in Situational Awareness and staff continue to monitor conditions in communities that have experienced flooding in the past. The City has sand and 280,000 sand bags ready for residents who need them. There are sandbag filling stations at multiple locations throughout the city.

Cumberland Spring Market a sure sign of spring!

Nothing says spring like the warm sun on your back as you cycle along or enjoy the smell of spring gardening, colourful crocuses and daffodils, lucious green grass, trees buds magically popping with new leaves and SPRING MARKETS! A great day is in store for you with five locations and all of your favorite artisans and farmers. Come to Cumberland Village and enjoy a little rural living.

http://cumberlandfarmersmarket.ca/

Wilsondale Trails set for Cross Country Skiing

Finally the weather is cooperating and winter is finally here. The Wilsondale Trails have been set with classic ski tracks and snowshoeing beside the tracks is perfect. Bring the family for a wonderful afternoon out in the fresh air right here in the village. Access to the trails is from the parking area bordering the western edge of the Cumberland Museum. Trail conditions can be found at www.wilsondaletrails.com

A COUNTRY HOLIDAY TABLE

Have you seen it set up at DA ARTISTI? Get your tickets at the Black Walnut or Da Artisti for our amazing "A COUNTRY HOLIDAY TABLE" between now and 4pm on December 1st. Draw on December 1st, CUMBERLAND CHRISTMAS MARKET at 4pm at DA ARTISTI. All proceeds from this event will support the purchase of flowers for the village in 2019. Thank you for your support and GOOD LUCK!!!

Celebrating Senior Moments

Coming up on Tuesday October 23rd. If you would like to come to this lunch, please call Anne to reserve. 613-833-0174 or 613-302-2834.

Cumberland's Field of Honour

Please join the Cumberland Community Association in honouring the many men and women who have served in war. You can obtain crosses at the BLACK WALNUT BAKERY and DA ARTISTI beginning October 27th. If you would like to reserve crosses, please send us a message at info@cumberlandvillage.ca. See details below.

Lamplighter Fall 2018

This issue contains:

  • Co-Presidents Message
  • 2018-19 CCA Board Members
  • Scarecrow Festival - Oct 14
  • Tails from the Trails
  • Remembrance Day in Cumberland
  • Update: Historical Cumberlabd Village Enhancement Project
  • A Country Holday Table
  • Calendar of Events
  • Ward 19 Candidates interviews

Vacancy - Cumberland Farmers' Market Manager

The Cumberland Farmers' Market is looking for an energetic, enthusiastic and dedicated new Manager with good leadership and interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a diverse group of vendors, volunteers and customers, to lead the Market to continued success and growth. Please see attached job description. If you are interested please forward your resume to Clive Horne (clivehorne@rogers.com).

WILSONDALE TRAILS CONDITIONS UPDATE

Classic track has been set for skiing and snowshoeing through the woods and ravine are in good shape. Fabulous opportunity to get out with the whole family.

Lamplighter January 2018

This issue contains

  • Lunch & Learn: Saving Lives One Dog at a Time
  • Tails for the Trails
  • Calling all Artists
  • Cumberlnd Cares Concert & Dance
  • Cumberland Lions Celebrate 50 Years
  • Cumberland Garden Tour
  • Community Events Calendar

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is seeking volunteer puppy raisers

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is seeking volunteer puppy raisers in Cumberland.

This is a long-term volunteer commitment of twelve to eighteen months. The volunteer raises the puppy in their home, teaching basic obedience and socialization. However, the unique part of this volunteer position is taking the puppy nearly everywhere you go. Support is provided from professional staff from Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Lamplighter - September 2017

This issue contains:

  • 2017/18 CCA Board Members
  • Tales from the Trails
  • CANADA150 Car Rally
  • Beautification
  • Adopt-a-Road Clean Up
  • Lions Fish & Chips
  • Volunteers
  • Calendar of Events

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