Come out for a Family Fun Day at Karters’ Korners in Stittsville on Saturday July 8th (time TBD) to raise much needed funds for Camp Aftermath.

Camp Aftermath is part of the Aftermath Association, a not-for-profit organization supporting military members and veterans, along with first responders suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Camp Aftermath, a sanctuary to be established in Costa Rica this year, will provide participants with comprehensive holistic therapy methods, opportunities for self-healing activities and philanthropy. After their 21 day stay, participants should achieve a sense of empowerment through their rehabilitation, and be imbued with hope for a brighter and healthier future.

Donations are accepted here or you can mail your donation to 2119 Avebury Drive, Orleans, ON  K4A 4G6.



The Phoenix Big Band, seven seasoned musicians hailing from Barbados, England, Silesia, Romania via Israel, the USA and across Canada, hit the stage in Aberdeen Pavilion for a night of traditional Blues and Jazz-Blues Fusion with touches of Reggae.

Event proceeds will be donated to the EPIC Walk and the purchase of a new mammography unit for the Queensway Carleton Hospital The Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation and QCH are proud partners in making a difference to cancer care in Ottawa.

Event takes place at the Lansdowne Park Tulip Gallery on Saturday, May 20 from 8:00pm to Midnight.  Tickets are $15 inclusive and $5 per ticket will be donated to the EPIC WALK.

To order your tickets CLICK HERE