Arts, culture and activities in the community

Community life in Chelsea means activities related to organizations and  institutions who work in and for the community.

Whether it is Education, Well Being, Quality of life or events that are offered by organizations working in the Hills, activities implemented by these organizations and community institutions are presented in this section as well as events offered by local commerce and businesses. Explore this page to learn more about what these organizations have to offer and to participate in activities in the Hills.

 

 

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Call to artists - Public Art Competition

Artistis living in the Outaouais region are invited to submit a concept for a permanent public art structure for the site chosen within the MRC des Collines-de l'Outaouais' Heritage Trail project.

IMPORTANT:

Further to the information session for the Call for projects in regards to the public art project, as part of Phase II of Parcours II des Collines on February 6th, the Municipality took into consideration the comments of the artists who were especially the importance of having a predefined development plan for the future site, in order to start the creative process in the right direction. The tender is postponed for the end of 2019 to have a public art opener in Chelsea towards the end of the year 2020. In this way, the site or the work of art will be installed will possibly be partially built during the integration phase of the work.

We are sincerely sorry change in the project's trajectory and hope to review all participating artists and other interested by the end of 2019 to participate in this beautiful project.

We ask you to remain attentive to the outcome of the project. If you wish to be informed as soon as the call for projects reopens, you can send your contact information to loisir@chelsea.ca and we will send you the documents as soon as the process starts again.

 

Message to all teenagers

Be committed to your environment!

The "Salon jeunesse des Collines" organizing committee is currently setting up a Youth Advisory Committee. This committee, ideally made up of 2 to 3 teenagers from each municipality of the MRC des Collines, will have the mission of advising the Organizing Committee about the content of the program.

A consultative meeting will be held on January 16, 2019 at 18:30 at the CSÉE (if you can not get there in person, we could use Skype or other to have you join in);

* As we do not want language to be a barrier to your involvement, please note that we will accompany the group in both languages.

Make a difference by getting involved! Get in touch with Annie Lesage, Coordinator for the Social Development Roundtable of Collines-de-l’Outaouais.

819.457.4480, poste 223, Free toll number:  1.877.770.2435, poste 223 or visit www.tdsco.org

 

Creeping thyme for the MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais Heritage Circuit: A community project for the future public work of art in Farm Point

The Municipality of Chelsea, as part of the Water Heritage Project initiated by the local centre for development of the MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais and Cultural Commission des Collines-de-l'Outaouais, has chosen to honor the theme by representing Chelsea’s Cottage Life. Further to a call for tenders, the Municipality selected Marc Walter's project in late 2016. The Art piece will soon be located near the Farm Point community center.

In order to make this work of art a great participatory and community project, we invite Chelsea residents who have a patch of Wild Thyme offering to bring it to Farm Point to plant it on the circular hold of the work of art that will be Materialized next June 17 . If you are interested in participating in this collective effort, please indicate your intention to loisirs@chelsea.ca with your full name. A mention of your contribution will be posted on the municipality's website.

Thank you for contributing to the cultural development of our community!