Session I: Arts, Culture and Recreation

The Coffee House Series
Session #1:  Arts, Culture and Recreation

Funded by the Ottawa Community Foundation and in collaboration with Little Jo Berry’s Coffee and Treats, Families Matter Co-op Inc. invites you to join us for some tasty treats and a great conversation on the topic of Arts, Culture and Recreation: Exploring inclusive opportunities to have fun, develop skills and build social networks.

The Coffee House series is designed for parents, siblings and caregivers to get together and share knowledge and experiences, build networks and access essential information on community services, programs and supports systems.

When: Thursday, March 1, 2018 (6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.) 

Where:  Little Jo Berry’s Coffee and Treats

Little Jo Berry's is an amazing local vegan food/coffee shop.
Fantastic treats, drinks and coffee will be available for purchase to take back home! 

* * *  Although there is a ramp at the front door, the washrooms are regrettably not fully accessible.  If this poses an issue, kindly advise us.  We will investigate options enabling you to benefit from this session (i.e. video skype, video recording, etc.)

Guest Speakers:  

  • Kyle Dowd, Admin chair, Greater Ottawa Community Council (on behalf of Special Olympics Ontario); and
  • Christina McCormick, Aquatics Specialized and City Wide Programs, City of Ottawa.


  • $15/person (free for members of Families Matter Co-Op. Inc.)

To register:

  • Limited seating.  Registrations are first-come, first-served.
  • Follow instructions on the attached Registration Form and e-mail it to

Questions may be addressed to:



Thu, Mar 1 2018 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Little Jo Berry's Bakery
1305 Wellington Street, W.
Ottawa, ON K1Y 3B1

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