To have your group listed here, please contact email@example.com
Visit the City of Ottawa's website for the arena's drop-in programming including public skates and information about renting the arena. Or you can telephone:
613-824-5197 Arena's direct line
613-580-2595 City of Ottawa Allocations (for rental information)
3-1-1 for general inquiries
Blackburn Art Group
This casual art group meets about every other Thursday from 1-4pm at the Community Hall (please call to confirm the schedule). The most common media are watercolours and pencils. Most supplies are provided; simply bring a mug for tea or coffee and a shower curtain or similar to use as a drop sheet. Feel free to bring your own expertise to share; art books are also often available for inspiration and discussion.
Contact Margarete Froelich (613-824-6503) for more information and to confirm the schedule.
Blackburn Badminton Club
The 40-member club plays Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at Glen Ogilvie School, 46 Centrepark. Junior badminton is held on Saturday afternoons for ages 9 to 16. For information go to http://blackburn.odba.ca or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blackburn Hamlet Preschool
Blackburn Hamlet Preschool offers play-based early learning programming for children aged 1.5 to 4 years in a morning preschool or toddler program. A part of the community since 1971, they have small class sizes, experienced and caring teachers, and inquiry-based learning through play in a nurturing environment.
Registration is ongoing. For more information, please call 613-824-3251 or visit www.bhps.ca
Blackburn Ladies Ringette Scrimmage
Played Mon. and Wed. mornings at Blackburn arena. Contact either Sue French (613-830-0684) or Jane Ross (613-837-1504).
Blackburn Ladies Softball
We play recreational softball on Monday and/or Wednesday evenings from May to September at the Blackburn Arena diamond. For more information contact Johanne Danis at email@example.com. A registration form can be found on our website at www.blackburnladiessoftball.com.
Blackburn Tennis Club
This community tennis club features six illuminated hard courts, a fully serviced clubhouse, and an enthusiastic, friendly staff. We welcome players of all ages and skill levels to our round robins, tournaments, and social activities. We have a very active Junior Program, with after school sessions and summer half day "camps". Our certified Pros use the most up-to-date teaching methods, while having fun at the same time. For more information please go to our website, send us an email, or call during the season.
613-824-0002 (between April and October)
President: Barbara Nolen
Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre
Reaching out to strengthen our community. The Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre is a community-based, non-profit organization. The EORC offers a wide range of services for children & youth, women, families, and Seniors. We offer the following services: resource & referral, counseling, child & youth services, community development initiatives, senior community support services, first words, counseling for women victims of violence & their children. We have various seconded services such as Ottawa Community Immigration Services of Ottawa and Gloucester Recreation Development to list a few. We offer services programs that enhance the communities that we work in: Blackburn Hamlet, Beacon Hill, Carlsbad Springs, Gloucester South, Orleans, Cumberland, Navan, and Sarsfield. For a complete list of our services please visit our web site at www.eorc-creo.ca or call us at 613-741-6025.
Kamsok (Branche des Guides franco-canadiennes)
Groupe d’âge 14 à 17 ans
Lyne Tremblay (613-741-3732)
Gloucester-Cumberland Girls Hockey Association
The Gloucester-Cumberland Girls Hockey Association (GCGH) is a not-for-profit volunteer-based organization established to provide opportunities for girls in our community (East Ottawa) to become involved in recreational and competitive hockey. GCGH is affiliated with the Ottawa District Women's Hockey Association (ODWHA) and the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA).
From its initial formation as Gloucester Girls Hockey with a single team in 1987, GCGH programs are designed to provide girls and young women with opportunities to participate and develop both hockey and life skills in an atmosphere of fun, friendship and enjoyment. Girls from 4 to over 21 years of age can participate in the sport at a level that matches their individual skills. GCGH programs run from early September to April with an average of games and practices of 3-4 hours per week for Competitive teams, 2 hours per week for House League teams and 1 hour for our FUNdamentals program.
You can send an email to Info@GCGH.ca and someone will get back to you asap.
Gloucester-Cumberland Ringette Association
Gloucester Cumberland Ringette Association offers a ringette program or team for all ages and skill levels. The bunnies program is our introductory, learn to skate program open to all as young as 4 years old.
For more information please visit the GCRA website or the GCRA Facebook Page.
Come try the fasted sport on ice: Ringette!!
Gloucester Horticultural Society
Meetings with guest speakers, flower shows, garden tours, etc. Call 613-749-8897, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website http://www.gardenontario.org/site.php/glouster
Gloucester Women's Competitive Volleyball League
The Gloucester Women's Competitive Volleyball League (GWCVL) is a 4-team league playing on Wednesday nights from 8 - 10 pm at Emily Carr Middle School in Blackburn Hamlet. Level of play: Intermediate competitive (with a more relaxed atmosphere!). Teams selected by draft process. Season runs from end of Sept to end of April. Banquet incl in fees. Refs provided.
Spares needed on an on-going basis during the season!
For more information about playing full-time in the GWCVL, or sparing, please contact:
GWCVL's Facebook Page
The Ottawa Newcomers Club is designed to help women new to the City, or who have experienced a significant life style change, to adjust by meeting women of similar interests and to develop friendships by participating in a variety of group activities. These include Fun Lunches, Crafts, Bridge, Walks, Art Tours, Movies, Book Clubs, Photography and Dining.
For more information please contact Marilyn Porter at email@example.com or visit our website at www.ottawanewcomersclub.ca
Ottawa Public Library
The Blackburn Hamlet branch of the Ottawa Public Library is located in the heart of the neighbourhood. You can attend free programming for children, teens, and adults. These include our popular Babytime, Family Storytime, and Bookchats. You can borrow trendy magazines, read the latest newspapers, or download music, eBooks, and movies! You can also access some great resources that you may not think libraries offer such as Chromebooks to borrow, free WiFi and computer access, Kill-A-Watt meters, and more! Of course the branch has a wonderful selection of books to choose from – there is something for all tastes and all ages. You can get any item from our catalogue delivered to the Blackburn Hamlet branch to make it easier for you to borrow! Friendly and welcoming employees can help you with your research, and are pleased to answer your questions. Stop in and explore something new, enjoy a bit of quiet time with a good book, or gather with your community in the branch's meeting room!
Library website and catalogue.
New and experienced quilters meet Thursdays at the Community Hall, alternating evenings and afternoons (see the community hall schedule or call to confirm meeting times). We support many charities including providing CHEO and St. Mary's Home with quilts. Contact Joanne Bushell 613-824-6524 for more information.
Toastmasters International is a non-profit organization which gives its members the opportunity to develop and improve their public speaking abilities through local club meetings, training seminars and speech contests. At Blackburn Toastmasters Club 3171418, we provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. We meet every first and third Thursday of the month from 18:30 to 20:00 at Amica Retirement Residence 2645 Innes Road, Ottawa (Blackburn Hamlet). Please sign in at reception. Guests are welcome! Visit our local club's page at http://3171418.toastmastersclubs.org or Toastmasters International at www.toastmasters.org.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to update any outdated contact information for your group.
Blackburn Hamlet Preschool
Glen Ogilvie Elementary School
Good Shepherd Catholic School
Emily Carr Middle School
l’École Secondaire Louis-Riel
Norman Johnston Secondary Alternate Programme
Colonel By Secondary School
Gloucester High School
Canterbury High School
St. Matthew Catholic High School
Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School
Life Christian Academy
A directory of businesses located in Blackburn Hamlet is curated as a Facebook group. You must have a Facebook account to see the group, but you do not need to join the group to browse its posts.