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Day Camp 2019

Come Anytime – Leave Anytime Drop-In Day Camp – children aged 9 – 13 are once again welcome to join the activities being held at the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre during the summer vacation. This drop in day camp is operated by the Fitzroy Harbour Community Association and will start July 2 and will run eight weeks during weekdays from 9 am – noon and 1 pm – 3:30 pm. There is no cost for participation. However, kids must be members of the FHCA. Family membership is $20. Memberships can be purchased by email transfer to Attendance is not taken, and kids are free to come and go as they please. The FHCA gratefully acknowledges the funding contribution of the Government of Canada Summer Jobs Program towards this activity. If you have any gently used board games, craft supplies, etc. you would be willing to donate, please drop them off at the Community Centre.

Harbour Days 2019 is July 4 to 6.

Be sure to check out all the activities.

2019 Annual General Meeting

Thanks to all that attended our 2019 A.G.M. on March 28. Reports presented to the community are available online here.

Thanks as well to those who volunteered their time for the executive for this coming term.


Back row: Sean Ovington, Colin Ovington, Tricia Peever, Mark D’Arcy, Councillor Eli El-Chantiry (AGM guest), Fred Gillard, Laurie Hall, Jackie Port. Front row: Karen Taylor, Sarah Wilson, Leigh Ann Kyte, Wendy Mayhew. Missing: Kelly Roper


The Fitzroy Peeper – the FHCA’s email newsletter
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Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre has launched a community service centre in Fitzroy Harbour!

Now you can pay for your membership online by clicking here (TEMPORARILY OFFLINE)


Fitzroy Youth Group

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New-ish initiative to provide fun social activities for youth ages 10 to 17 in Fitzroy Harbour.  Events once or twice a month.  Check out their page for more details.

Youth Connextion R.E.A.C.H

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The R.E.A.C.H. (Recreation Empowering Active Community Helpers) program provides an opportunity to Ottawa youth to get involved in the community by creating, planning, and hosting special events.

Provide recreation opportunities for your community!

Be empowered by working on projects you are passionate about!

Learn new skills and gain new experiences. It’s more than volunteering, it’s community involvement!

Youth Connextion Website
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