Interclub Can/Am Event

The Kiwanis New York State District Governor, Joe Aiello, will be making his official visit to the St. Lawrence Division, as part of St. Lawrence Division of the NYS Kiwanis International.  The Riveredge Resort in Alexandria Bay has been reserved for a Gala Dinner with a cost of $32 per person, with room for 250 people. 

President Peter and his wife Mary would be pleased if others would like to join them and to sign up for the weekend for golf and socializing.  Please get in touch with Interclub Chair Shirley Bradley or 613-226-3657 as soon as possible.  Thank you. 

The Biggest Annual Lobster Event of the Year

The Kiwanis Club of Ottawa West takes great pride in once again hosting “The Biggest Annual Lobster Event of the Year” on Friday May 23, 2014 at the Centurion Centre, 170 Colonnade Road South. This dinner-dance has been a “sell-out” for the past 35 years and gets bigger every year. This is the major annual fundraiser for the Kiwanis Club of Ottawa-West and all proceeds from this event are returned to the community. 

This year’s event will be headlined by the music of The New Classics which were a hit last year. As well, there will be door prizes, spot-dance prizes and a silent auction.  Doors open at 5:30 pm and dinner starts at 6:30 pm. For those who are lobster challenged, there is a BBQ chicken dinner alternative. Please so indicate when ordering tickets.

Tickets are still $55.00 and can be obtained through the Ticket Hotline at (613) 787-9977 or via email to

Giant Interclub with the Kiwanis Club of Sage

YOU ARE INVITED to the Kiwanis Club of Sage,
Wednesday, February 15th,  10 AM
Woodroffe United Church,  207 Woodroffe Ave
Cost: $ 4.00 for coffee and muffins

The Kiwanis Club of Sage will be hosting this Giant Interclub with a variety of entertainment provided by various contestants in the 2012 Kiwanis Music Festival National Capital Region

BE ONE of Kiwanis Ambassadors - Membership Committee initiative

Dear fellow Kiwanians,  
The Kiwanis Ambassadors project is an initiative of the Membership Committee that is intended to raise the Club’s profile at all levels of the Community as well as strengthen our relationships with the groups we support. This pilot project will showcase opportunities where individuals can proudly represent and serve Kiwanis and is also a way for those who may be unable to attend regular luncheons, or actively serve on a committees, to stay involved.

Below you will find a few such community events related to the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa and it is our intention to expand this list to

Members’ Christmas Party

Please join us for an Open House with fellowship and Christmas cheer at the home of Bill and Joanne Gosewitz, 30 Saddlehorn Crescent, Kanata. Come earlier or come later - whatever suits your schedule. Serving warm fellowship, & hot hors d’oeuvres, with wine or beer. Cost $30.00 per person. Rsvp to or the Kiwanis Office by end of business Nov 20th to book your spot(s). We must consider all bookings as firm commitments as we are committing financially to the catering firm.