ORLÉANS – Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to present three options for the new splash pad coming to Millennium Park. The splash pad will be built as part of the $8 million Millennium Park expansion.
Dale's Cemetery (reference book) by: Cumberland Township Historical Society - (Darell Small, Ottawa Branch Ontario Genealogical Society, 1980). Published by the Society in 2005. (ISBN 0-9687196-4-3) http://www.cths.ca/english/4/4-3-5.html
"The land for this beautifully situated and well groomed cemetery was given by William Dale".
The Cumberland Community Association would like to acknowledge and extend a warm thank you to the generosity of the President of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama' at Ottawa, Aleemuddin Ahmed and their community. The CCA were welcomed to use their property in the old school building for our meetings for the first half of the year. From the letter below it is clear that the building which has layed dormant for years will again become a centre of activity. We look forward to the additional activity in the village.
COMMENTS REGARDING THIS PROPOSAL MUST BE RECEIVED BY MAY 2.
The site plan proposes to construct a gasoline service centre with an associated convenience store, drive through coffee shop and second storey apartment. The building would be 370 square metre with 4 gas pump islands and canopy, and 13 parking spaces. The site is proposed to have two accesses off the east side of the future extension of Barnett Drive.
Killing two birds with one stone, we are auditioning for both and because we would like to give out scripts as soon as possible, Vintage Stock Theatre thought: "Why not have auditions for the Murder Mystery and Shades at the same time!" Audition Dates, Times & Locations:
Sunday May 11th, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm at OYPTS, 245 Centrum Blvd, Orléans
Monday May 12th, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Dymon Storage, 4338 Innes Rd, Ottawa
The Order of Ottawa celebrates outstanding citizens. This prestigious civic award recognizes exceptional citizen contributions in the many areas of city life including arts and culture, business, philanthropy, health care, education, public service, labour, communications and media, science, sports, entertainment or other fields of endeavour that benefit the citizens of Ottawa.
Please take a moment to consider nominating an Ottawa resident whose extraordinary work and commitment has helped make our city a better place to live.
Vincent De Haître of Cumberland is just 19. He has been part of Speed Skating Canada’s development program and has raced in World Cup 1,500-metre events at Calgary and Salt Lake City, but even he concedes that the original plan had him targeting the 2018 Winter Games at Pyeongchang, South Korea.
A big thank you to all the donors to this year's Cumberland Winterfest Dinner, Dance and Silent Auction. The Cumberland Community Association would like to extend, on behalf of the community our heart felt thanks to the following donors:
The Cumberland Ontario Facebook Page is one year old today! We have 127 likes and are proud to say that we have had 16,118 unique users to our page during the year. See for yourself below. You can find us directly through the Facebook link at the top of the page or here Facebook Cumberland Ontario. Your comments are always welcome and we appreciate if you can encourage other people in the community to like our page.
Winterfest in Cumberland, an annual ritual that predicts that we are on the far side of winter, is approaching fast so here is the schedule of activities for your planning. Bring the whole family and invite your friends from outside of the Village to enjoy our hospitality and rural fun. If you have any questions please contact the Cumberland Community Association at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are extremely pleased and thankful to the City of Ottawa for an $8,000 grant to build a bridge across the creek on the community's Angus Wilson property next to the museum. We were lucky enough to secure this money from their 2013 budget. This is the first step in a community project to enhance the accessibility to this land by building a network of walking trails while preserving it as a natural park.
Have you or your family ever used the outdoor rink at the community centre. This rink is very popular and is established, maintained and supervised entirely by volunteers. We really need your help to keep this wonderful activity alive.
A huge thanks to Lyle's ongoing effort to get the cross country ski trails ready for you. He has created a map which shows you approximate lengths of the trails as well as access points. As you can see you can get out with even the youngest children who should be able to make a loop.
On Saturday December 7, in bright sunshine and bracing temperature, Santa welcomed hundreds of children and parents to the Maple Hall and Cumberland’s Christmas Market opened its doors at the RJ Kennedy Community Centre and St. Andrew’s United Church at 9 am sharp.
How lucky are we in Cumberland to have for our use land that was donated to the community by the late Angus Wilson. Thanks to an early snow fall and the dedicated work of the Trails Committee Chair, 2 km of trails have been set through the beautiful Angus Wilson park land behind the museum and are ready for use. Bring the family out to enjoy a ski through this lovely area. The conditions are excellent.
Lots of activity coming our way with many infrastructure projects including roads, culverts and bridges. The inconvenience will be worth it. Find attached the City of Ottawa Capital Projects list and location map for all infrastructure projects in Ward 19.
The Cumberland Community Association is here to serve all the members of our community. We are reaching out through new media and invite you to communicate with us. If you haven't 'liked' us on Facebook yet you are missing great information and updates on things that are happening in and around the community and may be of interest or affect you and your family. Look for Cumberland Ontario on Facebook and 'like' us today.
Fall is here and pumpkins are popping up everywhere. When most people think “pumpkin”, they think of pumpkin pie or carving one up for Halloween. But that is unfortunate! This food has a lot going for it nutritionally yet is one of the most neglected healthy foods.
The benefits of volunteering far exceed the job being done. Make new friends, develop a shared sense of contributing and enhancing the community in which you live and providing joy to others, fulfill high school community service hours and so much more. The Cumberland Community Association depends entirely on volunteers to get things done within the community to make Cumberland a vibratnt and attractive place to live.
The Ottawa Neighbourhood Study (ONS) provides data on strengths and challenges for each neighbourhood in Ottawa. Evidence is mounting that the neighbourhoods and communities in which we live affect not only our health but also the gap in health between rich and poor.
We would love to hear your ideas of projects for Cumberland that the Community Association could apply to get funded through this City of Ottawa program. Please see program details below or at http://ottawa.ca/en/rural-community-building-grants. Send an email to info@cumberland village.ca with your ideas. We would love to know your preferences and priorities.