Online Plant Sale now over - Thank yous


A big thank you to all the people who stepped up and supported our first on-line plant sale.
It was very successful and raised about $1,130 to support our neighbourhood flower gardens and the St. John School Garden Club.

The flower garden committee will have an enjoyable time discussing the best way to use these funds.

We would welcome people donating any empty flower pots, 6 inches across or smaller.  We sold 618 plants, so we went through a lot of flower pots and potting soil.  Just drop them off on the porch at 110 Strange Street.

CPNA Perennial Plant Sale

We will post a link to the Plant Catalogue later this week.

Spring Clean-up & BBQ - postponed

Our annual spring cleanup & BBQ is postponed until further notice

Outdoor Bread Oven

All our bakes scheduled for heating up our Outdoor Bread Oven are on hold until the Covid-19 crisis is over and we are allowed to get together for social again.

Spring Programming Cancelled

All registration for our Spring programming has been cancelled due to Covid-19.  God willing, we will be getting back to normal by September.

Skating Party - Thank you

We had a lovely day for the Skating Party on Sunday, February 16th
We had Hotdogs, curling, hockey, tobogganing, snowshoes, skating, music, hanging out with the neighbors, hot chocolate, hot cider and apple chips.

Thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed themselves and especially for all the organizers. Job well done!


Community Potlucks

Hello neighbours,


After a month or two of organizing we finally have some dates & locations for beginning our neighbourhood potlucks.

Debbie Chapman has graciously offered to host a potluck once a month at her home, 45 Strange Street (the corner of Cherry & Strange St). Potlucks will occur on the following dates:

Wednesday, March 25th - cancelled due to Covid-19 - until fall


Except for this month all dates will be the fourth Wednesday of the month. If I remember correctly we said potlucks would go from 6-8 PM

In the future we hope to host two neighbourhood potlucks a month, one on the fourth Wednesday at Debbie's and another on a different night of the week and on a different week aimed especially at those who can't make it to the fourth Wednesday potluck.

Book your calendars and spread the word!

Isaiah

KW Hospital / Midtown Neighbourhood Secondary Plan Update


KW Hospital / Midtown Neighbourhood Secondary Plan Update
The City of Kitchener published the revised KW Hospital / Midtown Neighbourhood Secondary Plan.  The secondary plan assigns zoning land use to individual properties.  The revised plan reflects some of the input from residents to the first draft of the KW Hospital /Midtown Neighbourhood Secondary Plan.  
Documents related to the KW Hospital / Midtown Neighbourhood Secondary Plan are posted on the City’s website at:https://www.kitchener.ca/en/city-services/kw-hospital-midtown.aspx .  Consult the proposed zoning map  to see how the City proposes to zone your property , properties adjacent to yours, and other properties in the neighbourhood .   Details on the zoning types are provide under the heading Proposed Zoning on the KW Hospital/ Midtown Secondary Plan page on the City’s website.

If you have any questions or require further clarification regarding the proposed land use designation and zoning of your property please email secondaryplans@kitchener.ca.


ESL Book Club

The CPNA has a book club for adults (14+ yrs) that meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7 PM in Victoria Hills Community Centre.  It is designed for people for whom English is their second language.  We are always open to new members.  Please email reading123@hotmail.com to let us know you are coming.

"Singing Down the Moon" by Scott O'dell is our book for the second Tuesday of April.

The library doesn't have this book in the collection but I have enough copies of my own for the gang.
Please email reading123@hotmail.com if you need a copy.

Spring newsletter

Our spring newsletter has gone out to all the homes in the neighbourhood.  If you want to see a digital copy of the newsletter please click https://drive.google.com/open?id=1894AqXvtV67O00096Y3YPTqpKslYaoOH