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The November 2014 edition of NESI new is now available. Please CLICK HERE to have a look.
Thursday October 30th from 4:00-6:00 PM at 280 Rochester (corner of Gladstone and Rochester)
The Ottawa Police Services and the Nepean, Rideau and Osgoode Community Resource Centre are hosting an information session on elder abuse in our community on Friday November 7th from 6-8PM at 101 Centrepoint Drive. For more information and to register CLICK HERE
SWCHC has a flu shot clinic today at our 30 Rosemount Branch from 5:00 - 7:30 PM
Join our Community Dietician Bonnie Baxter for this interactive and informative workshop on making your own baby food.
When: Wednesday November 12 from 10:00 - 11:30 AM
Where: 55 Eccles Street Branch, 3rd floor
Who: Parents with babies ready to transition to baby food or parents with babies already on solid foods.
The board and staff of Somerset West Community Health Centre congratulate you on your victory in yesterdays municiple election and look forward to working together over the next number of years.
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The October 2014 edition of NESI new is now available. Please CLICK HERE to have a look at the October edition.
Check out the new edition of the Kitchissippi Times .
What a great day we had at our official 30 Rosemount Branch Grand Opening on September 18th. The event was attended by many special guests including: Mayor Jim Watson, MPP Yasir Naqvi, MP Paul Dewar and Councillor Katherine Hobbs. We were also privileged to have Champlain LHIN CEO Chantale Leclerc and acting LHIN Board Chair Joycelyn Beauchamp with us for the celebrations.
A Yummy Journey for a Healthy Tummy...An innovative learning experience for Chinese seniors. Five food tours will be held in the area of Ottawa's famous Chinatown! Program Starts this September and runs until March 2015. For more information please clal 613-232-6695
Join us at our Eccles Branch for this great workshop for parents with babies ready to start solid foods! For more information CLICK HERE
Come out and have a blast with family and friends at the GTxpress Family Carnival happening this Saturday at Parkdale Park (right behind the Pardale Market). THe fun starts at 10:00 am with carnival games, dunk tank, BBQ and more! CLICK HERE for all the info.
Many thanks to all our guests, sponsors, auction item donors and the Orange Art Gallery for an amazing evening of fun, good food and a few laughs. The live and silent auction items were a huge success and we're proud to say every single item was sold well above minimum bids!
Tickets are still available for the "Growing West" Live & Silent Auction fundraiser being held tomorrow evening at the beautiful Orange Art Gallery, tickets are availalbe at the door or CLICK HERE.
Our community has just been given a wonderful gift from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Our partners at the Pardale Food Centre have received a Trillium Foundation grant of $92,000 for for two years to help the west-end food bank expand its innovative cooking workshops and promote healthy food options.
Want your children’s school lunches and snacks to measure up in flavour, nutrition, serving size & safe storage? Want ideas for snacks & sample lunches? Then this hour with Bonnie Baxter, dietician at the Somerset West Community Health Centre, will be time well spent!
From the Ottawa Citizen: There’s no better time to start planning for a healthy start to the school year than right now. It benefits children and is a great opportunity to kick-start healthy routines for adults. The best way to ensure a good start is to eat smart.
The Next Good Food Market is August 28th from 4-7pm at Gladstone Terrace, 865 Gladstone Avenue.
Click HERE for more information or call Emilie at 613-238-8210
Are you thinking of sponsoring your spouse, dependant children or other family members. Come to a workshop presented by Catholic Centre for Immigrants, that will help answer your questions.
CLICK HERE for all the information.
Wonderful article by Dr. Laura Muldoon a primary care physician at Somerset West Community Health Centre.