Trans-Script – By Rosemary Nolan and Eleanor Crowder Jan. 21 & 22, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at the Gladstone Theatre

Presented by Faith and Arts Ottawa

Becoming who you are is never easy. How do we find and define our identities? What does it mean to be a woman? What can we change? What happens to our most important relationships when we do change?

Based on real stories, Trans-Script follows six characters over the course of a few months as they adapt to changes and find new truths about themselves. The stories and characters of Trans-Script pose an essential question: “Is love enough?” Both evening performances will be followed by a moderated audience-cast talkback. Content suitable for ages 12+

Kitchissippi United Church’s – Annual Curling at the Granite Curling Club

KUC’s Annual Curling event

Saturday, February 17 (3pm- 5pm) at the Granite Curling Club, 2026 Scott Street.

chili dinner around 5:30pm. Cost is $5 to eat, $12 to curl (free to be a spectator).

Teams play two one hour games. We try to balance the teams so that there is a mix of men and women and levels of expertise.

The chili dinner option is quite popular and open to non-curlers as well. A vegetarian version is also available (people should specify that if that’s what they’d prefer). Sign up sheet on bulletin board outside the office.

January Sunday Serving Group

January Sunday Serving Group Co-ordinators: Bob Garrow and Wendy Graham Members: Yekta Ansari , Beth Barclay, Doug & Shirley Garrow, Arch Harvey, Norm & Pat Mcleod, Cheryl Page, Morag Pearce, Patricia Ryan, Mary Shaw, Ken Smith, Jordan Toews, Edward & Wael Stefane, Linda Zakour, and Susan Wade

Ottawa School of Theology and Spirituality

54th Winter Term on Monday January 8th with a lot of United Church content. Six courses are offered, including one by Paul Dillman with Brien Marshall “Would you want Jesus as your financial adviser?” Classes are at the Dominican University College, 96 Empress off Somerset. Mondays at 7:30 pm for 10 weeks. Further information & registration: