3rd Party Run Programs

3rd Party Organization Run Programs held at the Tanglewood Park Community Building—30 Woodfield Dr.

To register: In person:    See contact information in this insert or attend the program.
Online: Visit their website.

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These programs are running at the Community Center at the moment

NROCRC Summer Camp

Aug 19 – 22 Time 8:30am to 3:30pm for ages 7 -12
NROCRC will run a FREE summer day camp with activities such as crafts, games and sports for kids
Registration is open. Spaces are limited. email: [email protected] or phone 613-596-5626 ext 251 

Tanglewood Tykes 

Registered (not a Drop-In) program for children and parents/caregivers to interact with each other. Children play with toys, do crafts, and eat healthy snacks.
Day:     Tuesdays   Time: 9 to 11 am
Date:   Sept 10, 2024 to May 27, 2025
             (not in the winter or summer)

Cost:    $2.00 per child per visit; free for children under 1 year
Info:     Gale Deering at [email protected]

Monkey Rock Music

Fun, interactive and entertaining music program for young children and their caregivers!

Saturday April 13th to June 29th  
Class start times (age groups): 9:15am (2-4yrs); 10:00am (1-2 yrs); 10:45am (2-4 yrs); 11:30am (0-5 yrs).

Classes are 30 minutes long.
For more information go to: https://monkeyrockmusic.com/classes/sessions/
This program fills up very quickly, so be sure to register early.

Baby College Ottawa West and area

Days: Thursday mornings Starts: Sept 7
12.00pm to 1.00pm 
Age: Toddler class (9-18m approx) 

Baby College is a parent and baby class that is as much about the parent as the baby! 
We will come together to dance, sing and play. A full developmental workout including tummy time, sensory play and much more with insights into their behavior and development.
Cost: $114 no tax for 6 weeks.
To register see www.BabyCollege.ca

Taekwondo (Youth){15 to 20}

The curriculum offered by OTACT Tae E. Lee Taekwondo Program is based on the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) / Olympic style of Taekwondo.
Day: Saturdays Time: 9am to 12:30pm

Session 1: Sept to December
Session 2: Jan to March
Session 3: April to June
To register contact: Pathipan Sivarasa, P.Eng, PMP, 3rd Dan [email protected] or 613-915-7097 or [email protected]

Group Violin Lessons 

Saturdays 1, 2 & 3pm Registration for the 2023 fall semester violin lessons begins in June. 
To register contact Sara Mastrangelo at [email protected] 

Girl Guides –

This program paves the way for a better world, by girls. They will develop their sense of self, feel a sense of belonging, and connect with their community. Girls can join at any age. If you want Girl Guide cookies, email [email protected] or call (613) 620-3327
Info: For info and to register, see www.Girlguides.ca

Sparks {5 to 6 yrs} –

Girls will make lots of new friends, start earning badges, and begin to learn all kinds of new skills in a safe and fun atmosphere.
Day & Time: Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 pm
This program is not running at the moment due to lack of leaders.

Leaders are needed for this group Please email Virginia [email protected]  

Embers {7 to 8yrs} –

Girls gain new skills they can use in everyday life, make close friends and find ways to “Lend a Hand” (the Embers motto) in their communities.
Day & Time: Fridays from 5:30-7pm ( this group is at Manordale Public School)

Guides {9 to 11yrs} –

Girls start to take the lead in group activities and help to organize events and community service projects. Guides make tons of discoveries about the world and about themselves.
Day & Time: Wednesdays from 6:00-7:30pm (this group is at Manordale Public School) or Thursdays from 6:15-7:45pm (this group is at Sir Guy Carleton High School)

Rangers {15 to 17yrs} –

Rangers is about leadership and community involvement and a flexible program that allows teens to create their own unique Guiding experience. Young women begin to explore career
options and learn valuable skills such as budgeting and event planning. Rangers are also involved in active leadership opportunities like global development projects, eco-awareness initiatives and teaching skills to younger girls as Girl Assistants.
Day & Time: Wednesdays from 7:30-9pm (this group is at Tanglewood Community centre)

Capital Kids Tennis Program  {6 – 15 yrs}

This program will be available at Tanglewood Tennis courts from June to August

2024 Sessions (4 weeks each)

Season 1: June 3rd – June 30th
Season 2: July 2nd – July 28th
Season 3: July 29th – August 25th

Days offered:
Tuesdays: 4:30-5:30pm (6-9yrs); 5:30-6:30pm(6-9yrs); 6:30-7:30pm (10-12yrs); 7:30-8:30pm(13-15yrs) 
Saturdays: 10:00-11:00am (6-9yrs); 11:00-12:00pm (6-9yrs); 12:00-1:00pm(10-12yrs); 1:00-2:00pm (13-15yrs)
Sundays: 10:00-11:00am (6-9yrs); 11:00-12:00pm (6-9yrs); 12:00-1:00pm(10-12yrs); 1:00-2:00pm (13-15yrs)

Partnership with the National Capital Tennis Association and the City of Ottawa.
Capital Kids is a recreational community outreach program, aimed at introducing tennis to children and youth. The main focus of Capital Kids is to minimize barriers to participation (proximity, price and equipment) and therefore increase accessibility to tennis for those kids, who would not otherwise have the opportunity. 

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.
Registration Guidelines: 1. You can register for up to 3 days per week, per session. 2. You will receive a confirmation email after you register. 

Cost: $20 per session. For registration and info, check the website https://www.capitalkidstennis.com/

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly  tops.org)

Weekly meetings are the heart of TOPS’ support. They usually last an hour or less.

You’re welcome to attend your first meeting free of charge—bring a friend if you like. There’s no obligation.

Here’s what you can expect:

Each member has a private weigh-in before the meeting. (That’s the first time you’ll see listed.) Meeting starts with members sharing challenges, successes, or goals (if they want).Followed by a  brief program. TOPS programs are engaging, professionally prepared programs covering a variety of health and wellness topics.

TOPS is available to men, women and children from age 7 and up (Children under the age of 18 would need to be accompanied by a parent). Partners can join together and one gets ½ off the registration fee.

Annual fees are $59.00 for the first year, $49 the following year and weekly dues are $3.00.

If you would like more information or have any questions, please call Catherine at 613-408-0403.

Day: Tuesdays Time: 6:00-8:00 pm
6:00 to 6:30 weigh-in  6:45 to 7:30 meeting

Tops membership $59.00 first year, $49 following year. $3 weekly due.

See their website for more info TOPS.org
Contact Catherine Underwood at (613) 408-0403

The Ottawa Bead Society

The Ottawa Bead Society (OBS) is a group of beading enthusiasts who meet once a month year-round to share their passion for all types of beads and beading.
The society’s purpose is to promote the art of beads and beading designs, and to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and inspirations in a collaborative manner. OBS activities range from structured tutorial sessions to informal discussions. However, OBS objective is to enhance OBS members’ skills and further their beading knowledge.
OBS strives to create an enabling and fun environment in which the enjoyment and passion of its membership for the art of beading is the prime purpose.
We meet on the 3rd Sunday of every month, except in December when we meet on the 2nd Sunday of the month. We meet in the Tanglewood Park Community Center, located at 30 Woodfield Drive in Ottawa, Ontario. Doors are open at 1 pm, but our meetings start at 1.30 pm.

ottawabeadsociety.ca  Cost $45.00/year
For more info Contact [email protected] 

Bead Society Brochure

Sikh Community Services Ottawa 

Bi-weekly get together to exchange topics such as health, well-being, and any other information relevant to seniors. During these meetings and outings, we invite speakers on various subjects and ask the seniors to participate in sharing their views on these subjects. Lunch is catered by a well-known Indian restaurant and the cost is minimal.

Dates:April 10, April 24, May 8, May 22, June 5.  ( Program does not run in the summer )

Time: 12 to 3:30pm

Info: Kulvinder Chana [email protected]

Indo-Canadian Community Centre (ICCC Seniors Group)

Fridays from 11:00 pm to 3:00 pm During the winter, this program will be virtual
Meeting and fellowship, educational/ informational talk, games and entertainment, tutorials and demonstrations, tea and snacks, yoga…. Bridge in Lions Den
Contact Anil Sukhhia at (613) 791-7593 or [email protected] for more info

Living Word Believers Church

Sundays 9:30-12:30 pm
Info: Contact Tshingambo Mbundu at (613) 263-1275 or [email protected]

Christ Kingdom Fellowship

Sundays from 9:15am to 11:45am
For more information about this service contact
Matthew Kalaiselvam Thiruvengadam   613-889-5831   [email protected]

These programs are running online at the moment

For online programs and virtual tours look at

Upcoming Programs will run in the Center

(Please note that the programs under this section are subject to change )

Lullaland -Sensory Play Program 

( Coming September 9,2024 )

This is a third Party program. Lullaland is a sensory play program for babies and toddlers. It provides three programs for young ones from 6 weeks to 3.5 years old. Please check out Lullaland’s website for details and costs (www.lullalandsensory.ca).

Date: 7 Mondays Starting September 9, 2024.
Time: 9am-2pm

Location: Hillsdale Hall@THCA

Contact: [email protected]

These programs are not running at the moment

Children’s Sports and recreational program
{7 to 11 yrs}

The children will have fun playing sports, games, and doing arts and crafts! The program will consist of Skill Building activities and group games. Spaces are limited.
Day: Wednesdays   Time: 5:30 to 7:00 pm
Start date: Oct 12th  Cost: FREE
 To register and for more information Please contact Brad at [email protected]  
This program is run by NROCRC

First Lego League Competition 

This program is a City Run program now 
We inspire youth to experiment and grow their critical thinking, coding, and design skills through hands-on STEM learning and robotics.
Training Schedule: Saturday’s 2PM to 4 PM
Wize Dragons 7 to 10 years old
Wize Beavers: 10 to 14 years old 

Summer day camp July 10 to Aug 4 (Monday to Thursday for 4 weeks)

Register: https://www.wizeacademy.com/ottawa-we/

I love to Skate  {6 to 12 yrs } go to City of Ottawa run programs

This FREE program is offered to children who do not know how to skate and cannot register for city programs with cost.

I Love to Play Hockey  {7 to 14yrs} See you next year

This FREE program is offered to children who know how to skate and want to learn to play hockey but cannot register for city programs with cost. Wednesdays from 6:15 to 7:15 & Fridays from 6:45 to 7:45

These two programs will be held from January 17- Feb 28 of 2020. Vouchers to buy equipment at Canadian Tire will be given to registered participants. To register please contact [email protected]

Nepean Hockey League

To play as much hockey as possible during the Spring & Summer, and have a good time. Always open to more people. If you feel like bringing friends, don’t need to ask.. they are welcome so long as they aren’t leaf fans j/k.
We host yearly tournaments and play rivalry games when we can against other teams for fun.
Sundays from 4 to 6 at Tanglewood ball hockey court next to Tanglewood Community center at 30 Woodfield Dr, (behind Canadian tire and the Brick at Hunt club and Merivale) Please park behind the Brick
We also will playing on the ice next year as soon as the ODR opens.
Contact info: Phone: 613-618-9402  Email: [email protected] OR [email protected]