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Adult Fitness
Adult Improv
Adult Art
Adult Craft
Adult Workshops
Manor Park Art Sale
Manor Park Strings
Manor Park Talks


Adult Fitness

Introducing - the Fitness MultiPass!

Introducing the Fitness MultiPass from the Manor Park Community Council!

Busy week? Travelling for work? Not sure if you can commit to signing up for a full session?

The 5 or 10 class Fitness MultiPass gives you the freedom and flexibility to register for MPCC fitness classes around your busy schedule.

Redeeming your Fitness MultiPass to attend MPCC fitness programs is easy! Simply register ahead of the class as a drop in participant and your MultiPass will be automatically redeemed! For more information on how to redeem your MultiPass visit manorpark.ca/multipass.

5 class multipass - $60
10 class multipass - $115

Click here for more information, including how to redeem your multipass once purchased!

Purchase online or in person at the Manor Park Community Centre.

Eligibile Classes:
Baby & Me
Balance, Core & Stretch - starts February 10
ELDOA & Pilates - starts February 13
Hatha Yoga - starts February 11
Meditation and Mindfullness - starts Febrary 11
Mens Core Fitness
Muscle Tone & Strength - starts February 13
Party HEARTy
St Columba Full Body Workout for Women
Yin Yoga

Baby & Me Workout

This class is for new moms who want to workout AND have a great time with other moms in the neighbourhood!  In this class you will work your cardio endurance, build strength through resistance training and strengthen your core, all with your little one alongside you.  Babies can be kept in car seats or on mats, or worn in a secure baby carrier (structured, Mai Tai or non-stretchy wrap will keep baby the most secure). This class will be a fun, supportive environment, allowing you to return to exercise after birth at your own pace, as well as tending to your baby as needed.

Thursdays
Manor Park Community Centre
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Register online

Balance, Core & Stretch

Want to feel strong, stable and solid through your whole body? This class will give you the opportunity to work on your balance, all well strengthening your core muscles. Class finishes with a generous stretch session, leaving you feeling strong, refreshed and ready for the week ahead!

Mondays
Manor Park Public School
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Register online

Core and Full Body Workout

Whether you are just starting out on your fitness journey, or you are looking to build on past progress -- this class has something for everyone! Instructor Louise Hannant's personalized approach to group fitness will have everyone hitting their fitness goals.

Classes start with a 15 minute warm-up with high intensity intervals (HIIT), followed by balance and strength exercises for the whole body. You'll do squats, push-ups, planks, side planks and much more. The hour ends with a thorough stretch and time for mindful relaxation.

By focusing on the deep core muscles, you gain the strength and stability needed to support and protect your body during physical activity. Proper training of the core provides better posture and balance while supporting our joints and spine.

Mats, gliders, therabands, small balls, stability balls, and music provided.
Instructor: Louise Hannant, CanFitPro Certified Personal Trainer             
Wednesdays
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Manor Park Public School Small Gym
$100 per 10-class session
$15 Drop-In or MultiPass Eligible
Register online

ELDOA & Pilates

Do you feel that no matter how much you stretch you still feel tight?

Do you feel you have nagging injuries and pain that you can’t seem to get rid of no matter how much therapy you receive?

Do you feel that you’re not really sure if you’re using your “core” and know what “core” really is?

The answer is usually not as obvious as it would seem and sometimes it takes a while to unravel the years of injuries, postural issues, chronic stress, illness, etc. to find the source of the problems and resolve some of those nagging issues.

The two disciplines of ELDOA™ developed by osteopath Guy Voyer and Pilates cultivated by physical therapist Joseph Pilates improve joint mechanics, create more space in joints, regain height lost through aging and poor posture, improve posture and enhance self awareness and a sense of well being.

Instructor Cate Hachigan will lead you through a series of stretches, exercises and techniques inspired by the diciplines of ELDOA and pilates. You will leave this session feeling stronger, more limber and better than ever before!

Thursdays
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Manor Park Public School
Register online

Hatha Yoga

This is a classical Hatha flow class for all levels. You will stretch, unwind and use different breathing exercises as well as a nice relaxating cool down. Its a great way to unwind after a good a long week.

Instructors: Rebeca Rondon and Nina LePage

Tuesdays, 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Manor Park Community Centre
$100 per 10-class session
$15 Drop-In or MultiPass Eligible
Register Online

Meditation & Mindfulness

As our lives get busier and busier it remains important as ever to ensure that we are taking care of ourselves – not just in body, but in mind and spirit as well. Mindfulness and mediation are important techniques to practice. Mindfulness and meditation work together to reduce stress, increase focus and improve mental health.
This class will teach you techniques to move from concentration into silence and increase your meditation practice from a few minutes to a few hours. You will gain deeper levels of concentration, tranquillity and feeling of while being. All while quitting your mind, increasing your awareness and discovering your true nature.

Tuesdays
8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Manor Park Community Centre
Register online

Muscle Tone & Strength

This class will focus on increasing both strength and tone of muscle of your muscles. Using a variety of resistance equipment, this class is for anyone who wants to get strong!  Previous weight lifting experience not required.

Thursdays
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Manor Park Public School
Register Online

St Columba Full Body Workout (For Women)

The class focuses on high intensity intervals that offer a mix of cardio, core and weight exercises. Class formats are mixed up to keep you on your toes and to help everyone stay motivated towards their fitness goals. Intervals are time based to allow you to go at your pace, and all exercises offer adaptations so that everyone can feel comfortable. All levels are welcome to participate.
Instructor: Cheryl Moreau, Canfitpro certified personal trainer

Tuesdays
Lower Hall - Church of St Columba
6:15 - 7:00 a.m.
$100 - 10 week session
$15 Drop-In or MultiPass Eligible
Register Online

Thursdays
Lower Hall - Church of St Columba
6:15 - 7:00 a.m.
$100 per 10-class session
$15 Drop-In or MultiPass Eligible
Register Online

Saturdays
Lower Hall - Church of St Columba
7:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m.
$100 per 10-class session
$15 Drop-In or MultiPass Eligible
Register Online

Looking for that extra challenge? Take advantage of discounted rates if you sign up for 2 or more morning classes. Simply add the classes into your cart and the discount will be applied at checkout.

10-week session rates:
1 class / week - $100
2 classes / week - $175
3 classes / week - $225

Yin Yoga

Ring in the New Year with the MPCC through a blend of yoga, meditation and essential oils. Yin yoga is the practice of stillness. Instructor Nathalie Gagnon will guide participants through a series of poses that are gently held for 3-5 minutes, allowing you to let go and connect to your body. As you stretch and reflect calming essential oils will be diffused to further allow for the ability to feel yourself present and steady.
This class is open to all skill levels.
Instructor: Nathalie Gagnon

Mondays
4:30 - 5:30 PM
Manor Park Community Centre
$100 per 10-class session
$15 Drop-In or MultiPass Eligible
Register online

Heart Wise Programs

Programs displaying this Heart Wise symbol are accredited by the uOttawa Heart Institute.  At Heart Wise programs, participants are assured that the programs meet strict criteria, provide excellent exercise for the heart, are safe to do, promote longevity -- and contribute to an active (and healthy) lifestyle.

Party HEARTy 

The most fun you can have while getting your heart rate up! A program of dance aerobics to upbeat Latin music makes every class a party.
Dance elements from cha-cha, rhumba, tango -- but participants don't need to know how to dance! No partners needed.  No experience needed.  It's easy! Shouldn't everyone dance in the afternoon?
Instructor:  Michael Markov 

Wednesdays
12:30 - 1:30 PM
Manor Park Community Centre
$100 per 10-class session
​$15 Drop-In or MultiPass Eligible
Register online

Fridays
12:30 - 1:30 PM
Manor Park Community Centre
$100 per 9-class session
​$15 Drop-In or MultiPass Eligible
Register online

Stay Strong and Stable

This class for adults is strength and stability training in a fun atmosphere. A great introduction to exercises that strengthen the legs and work on balance. This training can add years of independent living while in good health, and the opportunity to manage chronic conditions. Participants will learn how to stay safe by preventing falls.  

Instructors: Louise Hannant, CanFitPro Certified Personal Trainer
                   Nina LePage, CanFitPro Certified Personal Trainer

Tuesdays 
12:30 - 1:30 PM
Manor Park Community Centre
$65 per 10-week session
$10 Drop-In
Register online.

Thursdays
11:30 - 12:30 PM
Manor Park Community Centre
$65 per 10-class session
$10 Drop-In
Register online. 


Adult Improv

FREE TRY IT SESSION! Improv Comedy Class
Have you always wanted to try improv? Now is your chance with a one-time, FREE TRY IT Session in a safe and supportive environment.

Test and develop your ability to think on your feet. The class will be structured with a warm-up phase, game phase, and wrap up. There will be time af the end to analyse the scenes and get audience feedback. A great introduction to feel comfortable being on stage, developing characters, and creating a narrative.

Enjoyed yourself? Register for the corresponding four week course!

Monday 
March 9 2020
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Register Online

Improv Comedy Basics
*Each 4-week course can be taken independently and will build a distinct set of skills.

Have you always wanted to learn improv? Learn new skills in a safe, SUPPORTIVE environment and develop your ability to think on your feet in this 4-week course. This course is designed for people with little to no improv background will allow you to become comfortable being on stage, develop authentic characters and features a workshop on character. Each class will last 2 hours. They will be structured in three phases: warm-up, games, and wrap up. Learning concepts will be presented as needed. There will be time after each game to analyse the scene and get audience feedback.

Mondays
March 30 - April 27 2020
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Register Online

Narrative Improv Course
*Each 4-week course can be taken independently and will build a distinct set of skills.

Are you looking to learn more about narrative? Work on character growth and narrative arcs in this fun 4-week course. This course is perfect for someone who has completed the first session, or has a little improv experience and wants to build their narrative and worldbuilding skills. Each class will last 2 hours. They will be structured in three phases: warm-up, games, and wrap up. Learning concepts will be presented as needed. There will be time after each game to analyse the scene and get audience feedback.

Mondays
May 11 - June 8 2020
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Register Online


Adult Art Classes

Watercolour Painting - with Laurie Hemmings

Laurie's classes have gathered a large and loyal following of artists -- and are known to sell-out! Join them and learn from a master. Classes  are on Saturday mornings in the newly renovated Manor Park Community Centre. Individual style is encouraged with lots of one-on-one instruction. Specific lessons will be discussed in the first session. All skill levels welcome. Supplies not included. 

Instructor: Laurie Hemmings, OWS.  Laurie has painted in watercolour for the last 35 years and has taught art to the local Ottawa community for 30 years. Winner of president’s, Jurors’ and Public Choice awards at juried exhibits with the Ottawa watercolour Society and Arteast, Laurie was also represented by Galerie d’Art Nicholas Art Gallery from 1982 to 1997.  Now representing herself, Laurie enjoys painting rural landscape and animal subject matter. 

Saturdays 
April 25 - June 12, 2020
10:00 AM - 12:00pm
Register Online

Artist’s Pocket Course: Portraiture - with Lindsay Watson, BFA

Put portraits in your pocket! Explore the skills needed for accurate and expressive portraiture, including   facial proportions, shading, and front, 3 /4, and profile views.
January 2020

Acrylic Painting - with Lindsay Watson

Get the most out of your acrylics! Learn the fundamentals of colour mixing, composition, and paint application while exploring traditional and non-traditional subject matter, such as landscapes, portraits, and abstraction. All skill levels welcome.

Wednesdays
January 29 - March 25, 2020
9:30 - 12:00pm
Register Online

Artist's Pocket Course: Drawing Fundamentals - with Lindsay Watson

Put drawing in your pocket! Learn tricks to draw accurately and expressively, including sketching, shading and rendering. All skill levels welcome.

Mondays
March 23 - April 20, 2020
12:30 - 2:00pm
Register Online


Adult Craft

Sew Amazing Sundays

This group of sewists will meet every other Sunday at the Manor Park Community Center to work on, and assist each other with, various projects and skills. Need somewhere to sew with likeminded individuals? Need some assistance with a difficult pattern? Join the group and share your love of fabric hoarding, project starting and the immense gratification that finishing the perfect project brings!

Every other Sunday
January 19 - June 21, 2020
1:00 – 4:00pm

$7 per open-sew session
Or $50 for the season
Register Online 2020

The Manor Park Knitting Circle

Have a project you're working on? Need help getting something started or learning a new stitch? Say 'hello' to Manor Park's new Knitting Circle. Join Marianne van derJagt & Christine Bloch for a weekly social knitting club. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Coffee, tea and light snack each week.

Attending is free! But a small weekly donation to The Opportunity Fund is welcomed.

Thursdays
January 16 - April 9, 2020
1:00 - 3:00 PM
Register Online


Adult Workshops

Macrame Hanging Planter
Learn how to create a fun and trendy macramé hanging planter – complete with pot and real plant! Kaitlin Shears of Minimalist Macrame will guide you through the steps to create a beautiful hanging planter, perfect to bring some fresh, greenery to your home this spring. All supplies included.

Thursday
March 5, 2020
6:30 - 8:30pm
$85
Register Online

Don't Waste Your Waste: Pestos, Leafy Greens & Pickles
Create delicious meals using all the odds and ends that may otherwise end up in the compost - or event worst - the trash! This class will guide you to better understand how to get the most out of whats in your kitchen! Don't waste your waste - turn it into healthy and hearty meals. Reduce your waste and get the most out of your dollar! All supplies & samples included.

Wednesday
March 25, 2020
6:30 - 8:30 PM
$60
Register Online

Don't Waste Your Waste: BrothsBroths
Learn ways to keep vegetable trimmings on hand to make delicious vegetable and chicken broths and avoid costly high sodium store bought versions! This class will guide you to better understand how to get the most out of whats in your kitchen! Don't waste your waste - turn it into healthy and hearty meals. Reduce your waste and get the most out of your dollar! All supplies & samples included.

Wednesday
April 22, 2020
6:30 - 8:30 PM
$60
Register Online

Essential Oils & Yin Yoga: Self-Care Using Mindset Techniques & Essential Oils
All participants will receive a complimentary 15 minute, Yin Yoga session and leave with calming essential oil infused bath salts.

Join Nathalie Gagnon, Speech Language Pathologist and yoga teacher, as she guides you how best to use essential oils when considering self-care and mindset techniques. Discover the ways essential oils can bring balance and healing to your life, or simply enjoy the calming aroma they can bring to your home.

Monday
April 6, 2020
6:00 - 8:00pm
$45
Register Online

Essential Oils & Yin Yoga: Kids Support
Join Nathalie Gagnon, Speach Language Pathologist and yoga teacher, to learn how best to use essential oils to support the children in your life. All participants will receive a complimentary 15 minute Yin Yoga session and leave with a 5ml essential oil filled rollerball of a calming bedtime blend suitable for children. Discover the ways essential oils can bring balance and healing to your life, or simply enjoy the calming aroma they can bring to your home.

Monday
May 4, 2020
6:00 - 8:00pm
$45
Register Online

Cake Decorating Techniques
Join Sophie as she takes you through a new cake decorating technique each week. You will learn skills and techniques to decorate professional and tasteful looking cakes. From icings to fondants, this is a great place to get started learning useful and life-long skills. All supplies included.
January - February 2020

Warm Hearts Lunch Club - IS BACK!
Don't eat lunch alone this winter. Warm your heart and share a delicious, freshly prepared lunch with friends and neighbours. Join us for Warm Hearts Lunch Club, where you will learn how to and help prepare a delicious new recipe - then sit down with fellow friends and neighbours to enjoy a beautiful lunch! All ages and skill levels welcome.

Session #1 - Fish Tacos Anyone?!
Join in and make your own FRESH tortillas from scratch - to serve with delicious fish tacos - along with all the accompaniments and a beautiful apple, fennel slaw. Delicious!! Tacos can be made vegetarian or vegan!
January 2020

Session #2 - Vegetarian Burgers with Pizazz!
Join in to make healthy, flavourful beet burgers, which will be served on homemade buns, with quick pickled cucumbers, crispy shallots! A lovely mixed green salad with maple vinaigrette and candied walnuts will be prepared as a side. A menu not to miss!
Postponed

Essential Oils: Learn the Basics of Essential Oils
Join Nathalie Gagnon, Speech Language Pathologist and yoga teacher, as she guides you through the basics of Essential Oils and their uses. Discover the ways essential oils can bring balance and healing to your life, or simply enjoy the calming aroma they can bring to your home. All participants will leave with new knowledge and a 15ml Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Lemon Oil.
January 2020

Essential Oils: Managing Stress & Anxiety
Join Nathalie Gagnon, Speech Language Pathologist and yoga teacher, as she guides you through the uses of essential oils when managing stress and anxiety. Discover the ways essential oils can bring balance and healing to your life, or simply enjoy the calming aroma they can bring to your home. All participants will leave with a 5ml Relaxing Rollerball Blend, for easy and clean application.
February 2020

Moss Frame Workshop with The Urban Botanist
Design your own unique frame with preserved Scandinavian reindeer moss. Learn all about how this moss grows, where it comes from and how to care for it! Best news of all? These Moss Frames are very low maintenance! Great for all ages. Bring your creativity to life! Explore layering of textures and colours in your frame with natural moss. All supplies included. Each participant will leave with a 12.5" x 12.5" filled moss frame. Perfect to breathe some freshness into your home this winter. All supplies included. Ages 14+
February 2020


Manor Park Strings

Manor Park Strings will be hosting their first ever Christmas Concert this December at St. Columba Church.

Sunday
December 8, 2019
7:30 - 8:30 PM - with refreshments and socializing to follow
At The Church of St. Columba 
24 Sandridge Road
Free to attend. Donations accepted.

Manor Park's chamber orchestra is looking for people who play violin, viola, cello and bass. United by their enjoyment of learning and playing a classical repertoire, this group meets bi-weekly at the Manor Park Community Centre for guided rehearsals. Brigitte Amyot (Masters in Chamber Music, University of Ottawa), directs the group and guides with years of expertise.

New players welcome. Approximately Grade 5 Royal Conservatory of Music or Suzuki Book 4 levels are recommended.

The conductor will quickly assess each participants playing level to be sure the group is right fit - this is not an audition.

manorparkstrings.com

Every other Sunday
Starting January 12, 2020
6:16 - 8:15pm
$120
Register Online


Manor Park Art Sale

Now Accepting applications for 2020 display.

Art created by local artists - and we have alot of talent around Manor Park - will be proudly displayed in the entrance of the Manor Park Community Centre. Great viewing for residents and visitors, but best of all, pieces will be available for purchase!

Artists wishing to have their pieces considered must apply.

To apply, submit via email to ssears@manorpark.ca the following:

  • high quality .jpg or .png file of art work
  • artist's name
  • contact information
  • brief biography
  • artist's statement (200 words maximum)
  • title of the work
  • year
  • medium
  • exact size (including frame, if applicable) and
  • price

All mediums accepted for consideration (photography, painting, mixed media, textile, sculpture, etc...)

Artwork sale transactions will be through the Manor Park Community Council (MPCC) online system 'Amilia', and 20% of the selling price will be taken by the MPCC as commission. Revenue generated will support recreation programs for residents in financial need through The Opportunity Fund.

Unsold artwork will be returned to the artist after a period of approximately 6 months. Artwork that has been sold will be available to the buyer for pick-up no later than the end of the 6 month-term that works will be on display. Amateurs and professionals are welcome to submit their work for consideration. Only those whose work is selected for display will be contacted.

NOW ON DISPLAY:

Helen Wright
Blueberry Downs

Resin, acrylic and pigment
32 x 24
$725

I was born in a small village in England called Marple Bridge.
I've been living in Canada for twenty three years.

I've loved art for as long as I can remember...always creating something!
My passion for resin began three years ago, it's a perfect blend of glass and colour.
I love pouring resin, the movement is slow but purposeful.
I watch how the colours and resin flow together to become a beautiful piece of art.
The medium is alive but only for a short while....then stops, frozen in time!

Martha Nixon
Estival

Mixed media on wood
38 x 70
$700

Martha's love of making art began with a trip to the Haliburton School of Arts during the first week of being free from her work as a public servent in 2003. Her studies continued at the Ottawa School of Art, Mixed Media workshops and classes. Martha's work can be fund in private collections and is available at the Galerie Old Chelsea, QC, and at Urban Ottawa on Beechwood Ave. Martha's work features her love of colour, texture and layers of transparent paint that often reveals what is in the background. Most often her work is abstract and shows how emotion can find its way to a canvas.

Teresa Rozkiewicz
Joyful Bouquet of Flowers

Acrylic on canvas
39 x 27
$500

Teresa is a Venezuelan-Canadian artist. Although she has a Master in International Relations from France and worked in development in Venezuela and Canada, her true passion, art, started during her university years and blossomed when she first lived in Japan. Her time spent there in the mid-nineties allowed her to experience the essence of the Japanese aesthetic and changed her life.

Although mostly a self-taught artist, Teresa spent a year studying papermaking techniques in Japan and then back in Canada followed studies for one year at the Ottawa School of Art. Her pieces are structured in a series of layers and read through texture. The artist’s work includes multiple layers of paint through which images appear tracing back in her memory. The washi paper, metal, photography and recycled everyday objects she uses give richness to her works, which are often reinforced with a photographic or text narrative. “My work is an interpretation of my new surroundings, new contexts, and new circumstances”.

Casey Callahan
Purity of Peru

Acrylic on canvas
12.5 x 10.75
$105

Yes, I'm a Baby Boomer. And I was raised strictly by military and religious influences as we moved to a new Canadian town every six years. As a child, I lived very near Manor Park on two occasions and it still resonates with me.   I studied language and adminstration for employment, and worked in health and social services, later becoming a teacher.  
A dreamy child, I soon escaped into my own softer world of a visual appreciation of simple things.
Colour---always colour, and moments refined by nature or human quirkiness inspire me to take up the challenge on canvass or paper.  This journey has continued over the last twenty years.  My greatest schooling is my own observation and I have only graced the art course scene a few times.  Often the observation comes from a scene in another country where I am artistically ripe to "see in a new way."


Manor Park Talks

Do you have a story to tell? The MPCC is looking for people from all walks of life wanting to share their stories. Storytelling predates writing. It brings people together. It is a means of entertainment, cultural expression, education and can teach lessons or moral values. Celebrate storytelling in 2020 with us at the Manor Park Community Centre.

We want to hear your story! Silly, sad, heartfelt, passionate, heartbreaking and everything in between.
Contact ssears@manorpark.ca for criteria and availability.

Information and opinions expressed by speakers at Manor Park Talks or at workshops are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Manor Park Community Council. 

How I learned to be Fearless and Vulnerable in the pursuit of the Impossible with Melanie Rebane
A local Manor Park Mom, beat all the odds when she competed in the British Columbia Bike Race. 

"Have you ever just set the wheels in motion to achieve something so impossible that you don’t tell a soul for months for fear they will talk you out of it or affirm your negative self talk for all the reasons that it’s unreasonable? Like deciding to race in an 8 day mountain biking stage race in BC with olympic and pro riders, people who live and breath mountain biking - and you just got back on your back after 15 years and it might as well be the first time.?
With plenty of road blocks and really good reasons to quit many times, I pushed myself to my physical and mental limits  in a fearless pursuit to prove to no one but myself that I was stronger than I thought. I needed to know the answer to “what if?” - what if I just kept going? What if I just embraced the vulnerability of a process that would be new and push new boundaries every day. Where would it take me and how might it change me?

Join me as I share the experience of journey to Riding the BC Bike Race - it has almost nothing to do with a bike and everything to do with with  reaching past who you think you are to become  something new."
January 2020

Key Concepts in Àbadakone: Continuity, Relatedness and Activation with Gary Goodacre, Chief of Education and Public Programs at the National Gallery of Canada
Learn about the newest exhibition in the National Gallery of Canada’s series of presentations of contemporary international Indigenous art, Abadakone. Discover how gallery programming, artist performances and community activities engage us with the creativity, concerns and vitality of contemporary Indigenous art from around the world.

Monday
February 24, 2020
7:00 - 8:00pm
$7
Register Online

Father, Daughter Hike through Camino De Santiago with Mark Lowry
The Camino de Santiago is a network of pilgrimages, totalling 800km, leading to the shrine of the apostle Saint James in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain. In 2015, Mark completed this trek with his daughter Taylor. Before, during and after they took on this endeavor they were often asked - Why? Mark will share his top ten reasons for taking this challenge, including his most personal and unexpected discovery, which was the deep bonding and reshaping of his relationship with his daughter.

Monday
March 30, 2020
7:00 - 8:00pm
$7
Register Online

The Manor Park Community Council (MPCC) strives to give people with disabilities the same opportunities to access and benefit from our services as others, and to provide services while respecting their dignity and independence. For our policies or to tell us how we are doing:

mpcc@manorpark.ca
Community Centre Office: 100 Thornwood Road, Ottawa, ON  K1K 4Y1  613-741-4753
Child Care and Early Learning Office: 100 Braemar Street, Ottawa, ON K1K 3C9 613-741-4776