Tag Archives: Adults

Sports and Fitness in OOE

This fall, CAG is offering a wide range of classes and programs to help you stay active. We have options for adults taking place both indoors and outdoors. From urban pole walking, co-ed volleyball, and our Better Body Bootcamp to pilates, Zumba, and Tai Chi, there’s something for everyone. [metaslider id=2386] Details for our adult…
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Fall Yoga in OOE

CAG offers a variety of beginner and intermediate yoga classes, with several styles taught by veteran instructors. Our Vinyasa, Hatha, and Yin classes are perfect for practitioners looking to develop and maintain their skills. All emphasize different techniques, and if you’re interested in yoga you’re sure to find one that works for you. All classes…
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New Art Classes in OOE!

CAG is excited to add the following two new art classes to our weekday programming at the Old Town Hall. FIGURE Drawing Come join this weekly gathering and practice your figure drawing skills while learning and sharing with your fellow artists. A model is organized each week for the group. The model poses in the…
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Women’s Ultimate at Springhurst Park

By Susan Redding October 13th, 2016 Old Ottawa East welcomed a new sports league this summer. Organized through the Community Activities Group, Women’s Ultimate Frisbee enjoyed a successful first season. Approximately 50 players, organized into four teams, competed on Thursday evenings at Springhurst Park from early May to late August. The league welcomed everyone from…
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Main-ly Safely Navigating

By John Dance September 21st, 2016 Main Street is all so new with zigzags, elephant feet, shark teeth, bike boxes and sharrows. The new street markings present an educational challenge for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians but improved safety and comfort for all users will make it all worth it. With September’s opening of the rebuilt…
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“Angling For The North Star” Domicile Artwork

By Isobel Smith August 9th, 2016 Ever wondered about the animals fishing on top of the Domicile “The Corners at Main” Presentation Center? You may recognize the style as similar to other public artwork in the Ottawa area. Senior VP of Sales and Marketing, David Chick explains why Domicile was inspired to bring Tim desClouds'…
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