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Improving the quality of life in our community.

The mission of the Tanglewood Hillsdale Community Association is to enhance the quality of life and promote community spirit, representing the views of its membership, and participating in charitable, educational and recreational activities.

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Garden Contest

Winners will be announced in August

In the early summer, we look at Gardens in your front yard. We want to celebrate all properties, large and small, and we feel it isn’t the size of your yard, but what you do with your space that matters. Bring colour and imagination to your yard! Although there are many lovely back yard gardens, back yards will only be included if requested by the gardener through an email to [email protected]

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Community garden

The registration for the Community Garden is opening online mid-April and in-person on April 26 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at 30 Woodfield Drive. Any questions send email to: [email protected]

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Medhurst Park Tree Planting

Medhurst Park proposed tree planting plans, to rebuild the forest canopy that was lost from the 2018 Tornado & providing additional shade, are being reviewed by the City.

Pending any major changes, trees are scheduled to be planted this spring, May or June.

Contact Graeme Roderick for questions or concerns

Download the tree planting plans

Recent happenings

Summer Garden Contest

In the early summer, we looked at Gardens in your front yard — and we’ve chosen winners from all the amazing entries

Winter Carnival

This year’s Winter Carnival was a huge success with lots of families enjoying the fun.

Annual Corn Roast

Check out all the fun at the corn roast. Big thanks to Hard Stones Grill.

Featured programs & activities

FREE Mixed Sport and Activities for Children

Wednesdays from 5:30 to 7:00pm Inside and Outside the Community center at 30 Woodfield Drive

The program will consist of Skill building activities and group games. For ages 7-11. Spaces are limited Please contact Rana Awni at [email protected] or 613-596-5626 ext: 253 to register

Tennis Summer Program

{6 – 12 yrs} Tanglewood Tennis courts

Capital Kids Tennis progam is a Partnership with the Ontario Tennis Association and the City of Ottawa. Participants receive 4 one-hour Tennis lessons at various locations across Ottawa. Progressive tennis equipment is used, and instructors are Tennis Professional Association (TPA) certified.
Cost: $10 For registration and info, check website Unfortunately This program will not be in Tanglewood this year.
If you are interested in lessons at Tanglewood, send an email to [email protected]
If you are interested in teaching Tennis lessons at Tanglewood this summer, send an email to [email protected]

Soccer and T-ball

T-ball: Tuesdays May 28 to June 25 Soccer: Thurs. May 30 to Aug 1 from 6:30 to 7:30pm

T-ball for kids age 3 to 8 years old
Soccer for kids 4 to 10 years old — both held beside the community centre & weather dependant
Register April 26, 5 to 7 pm in the community center, on-line or on the first day that you attend the program
Call Niki 613-224-6815 for more info

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Volunteer Positions

Assistant coach for T-ball & Soccer

As a volunteer, you are a member of the Outdoor Activities team responsible to help set up the field, supervise a group of children to learn basic skills of T-ball and soccer, play games with the children and help put the equipment away. These positions will be from 6:15 to 7:45pm and weather permitting. T-ball will be on Tuesdays May 28 to June 25 & Soccer will be on Thurs. May 30 to Aug 1 You are at least 17 years old and prepared to obtain a Working with Vulnerable Persons Clearance from the Police. Community Volunteer Hour program applies. Additional hours could be obtained by volunteering to help at our Arbor Day Spring Fair on April 26 and our Corn Roast on Sept 4. For more information on immediately available positions please contact Graeme: [email protected]  or Niki: [email protected] 


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