New players WANTED! Click on the WANTED poster for details.
Family fun and activities
- Bouncy Castle
- Games and acitivities
- Evening ends with fireworks
Volunteers are welcome to animate children’s games, please contact us at: email@example.com
Have a say in the future of your community! This is your opportunity to give CHARA feedback, both positive and negative, and have you voice heard. Also, new directors will be chosen for the coming year at this meeting. We’d love to have you on our team.
Tables may be rented for $20, you may book your table at firstname.lastname@example.org. Items may also be donated to CHARA, should you so choose.
The Carleton Heights rink located next to the Community Centre is now open.
The Carleton Heights outdoor rink is a board rink with extra-large puddle rink with lights and change rooms and washrooms open during supervised hours of operation. Washroom access is also available during regular community centre hours of operation.
Rink Supervised Hours:
Monday–Friday 5:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
Saturday–Sunday 12:00 Noon – 5:00 P.M.
Please join us for our Board meeting on Tuesday, November 24 from 6:30 – 8pm at the Carleton Heights Community Centre. We would love to have more community members attend to share their thoughts or just listen in on what’s going on in our neighbourhood. Hope to see you there!
The Christmas Craft and Bake Sale is quickly approaching! The event will take place at the Community Centre on Saturday, November 28 from 9am-12pm. We welcome anyone who loves to bake, sew, craft, cook, etc to come and sell their wonderful items to our community.
Tables can be purchased for $20. Please contact email@example.com
Tunneling started on 13th October but had to stop again on October 15th because of a risk that was identified in the stability of the backstop (the deep piled structure that provides the resistance to the horizontal pipe jacking forces). Additional restraint in the form of ground anchors were installed to ensure that the backstop remained solid and this remedial work was finished on October 20th. Tunneling resumed on October 20th and has been proceeding surely but steadily since then. The head of the tunnel machine has now travelled across the full width of Prince of Wales Drive and is now entering the embankment on the east side of POW Drive. In other words, the tunnel is about 2/3 complete and we are hoping that the tunnel machine will “daylight” on the other side of the embankment early next week. Here are a few recent pictures that show the tunneling operation:
As stated previously, this project is behind schedule, predominantly as a result of the extended timelines taken by the Contractor to submit acceptable work procedures. However, I’m pleased to report that we are making good progress with the tunnel, which is a major item in the contract. Once the tunnel is completed, the focus will be on lining the existing culvert with a new pipe (to create a twin-pipe configuration) and building the concrete headwalls. Our aim is to complete these major components before the end of the year so that full hydraulic capacity in the creek is restored, and then to complete the surface restoration and landscaping in the spring.
We have not received any inquiries from residents in the vicinity of the site and our field observations during the night shift have shown that the noise levels at the nearby homes is not disruptive and in fact no louder than the traffic that travels along POW Drive.
CHARA is a volunteer run community association, funded by community events, private donation, and a contribution from the city of Ottawa to assist with rink operations. Our Objectives are to forge partnerships within our community and build community spirit within our residents. Please contact us or drop in to a meeting if you would like to help.
June 9th, 1:00-3:00 pm: Councillor Brockington's Strawberry Social, Alexander Community Centre, 960 Silver Street
June 8th, 1:00-3:00 pm: Councillor Brockington's Strawberry Social, Hunt Club-Riverside Park Community Centre, 3320 Paul Anka Drive
October 29th, 6:30 pm: Alexander Community Centre, 960 Silver St.