Upcoming Community Events

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Upcoming Community Events

Also check out our Events Calendar for some of the larger events in our Community.

May 22:

  • Parrott Gallery will be hosting a watercolour notecards spring flowers workshop from 10am - 1pm registration is just $20. "Our adventures in watercolour continues with the introduction of watercolour pencils. Targeted at the beginner watercolourist, this workshop provides participants with both palate and pencil techniques used in watercolour painting. Two cards to take home will be created."  Click Here for more information
May 24:
  • New Career Panel, 6-7:30pm at Belleville Public Library. "Looking for resume writing advice? Had a gap in employment? Thinking of starting a small business? Come check out the Belleville Public Library’s New Career Panel on Thurs. May 24 from 6-7:30 to learn about all this and more! With panelists from Loyalist College, META Employment Services, and the Small Business Centre, this informative evening will help you get on track to fulfill your dreams! Come with lots of questions for our experts. This free program requires no registration; for more information call 613-968-6731 x2037."

​​May 24 - 27: 

  • The Quinte Arts Council’s Arts en Plein Air Festival is back again this year. Arts en Plein Air Festival, Belleville and Quinte. May 24 to 27, 2018. Celebrating Plein Air painting together with the outdoor celebration of all the arts of the Belleville/Quinte region in various venues in the downtown core, including non-plein air painting, sculpture, photography, music, theatre, etc. More info: 613-962-1232 or visit www.quinteartscouncil.org 

May 25: 

  • Ahoy, Matey - Let's Pirate at the Beaufort Pub - Fundraiser. Join us Friday, May 25th Featuring Caribbean Food: Appetizer - plantain, Main Course -Jerk Chicken, Rice and Peas. Regular Menu available as well. ALL PROCEEDS FOR THE CHILDREN'S SAFETY VILLAGE. Exciting activities leading up to and during the evening. Stay Tuned or Walk the Plank!!! Contact 343-261-1343 or email info@csvbelleville.com for more information.
  • Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship Round 1 happening May 25-27 Check out Shannonville Motorsports Park - Shannonville ON Canada 7047 Old Hwy #2, Box 259
    Shannonville, ON K0K 3A0 www.shannonville.com
  • Dancing with the stars Quinte. 6pm-11:30pm at the Yardmen Arena.  An event the whole family will enjoy! It’s the 11th Annual “Dancing with the Stars Quinte” Eight amateur dance couples are paired with a professional dance instructor and they are given only 12 weeks to practice. They collaborate on dance style, music and costume unique to them. Click here for more information.
May 26: 
  • Family Artfest is a day dedicated to spending quality time with your family and friends creating some unique and unconventional art! This event is free admission with food and beverages available. Family Artfest is community oriented event and aims to bring out the creativity in everyone, giving families a chance to create memories and enjoy the sunshine! Join us Saturday May 26, from 10am-3pm at West Zwicks Park. Click Here for More Information
  • Arts Fest on the Bay - Explore the work of Bay of Quinte artists, sip on County wine, enjoy food from our vendors and enjoy the Quinte Symphony in historic Downtown Belleville. Activities for all ages. More details to come, Click Here for More Information  
  • Barks by the Bay, Centennial Park 9am-4pm. This annual canine festival showcases many unique vendors, breeds & breeders, canine accessories, training aids & techniques, pet hospitals, pet food stores and groomers. Bring the whole pack.  Click here for more information 

May 26- 27: 

  • Annual Mohawk Landing Celebration at the mohawk landing site 10 am on the 26th - 3pm on the 27th

​​May 27:

  • Belleville Walk for Alzheimer's: Help raise funds for the local Alzheimer Society, and support those in our community affected by Alzheimer's disease, dementia and memory loss. More information to come.
  • Free kites for kids. Kite decorating for the little ones. Magical Balloon animals. Face Painting. BBQ snacks for sale. An afternoon of family fun in the fresh air. Bring the kids for an afternoon that won't break your budget at Kiwanis Club of Belleville 411 Bridge St. East. Click here for more information 
  • The 9th Annual Ride for Hunger motorcycle ride in support of Gleaners Food Bank will be taking place Sunday May 27th at 10:30am- 4pm at Zwick's Island in Belleville. Event will include the ride, a live band on site, barbeque lunch, 50/50 draw, vendors, and a silent auction. All proceeds go to Gleaners Food Bank. To see pricing for tickets and to register, go to www.gleanersfoodbank.ca or call 613-962-9043

  • Signal Brewery Spirit Of A Saint Fundraiser for QSS Scholarships 12:30 - 3:30pm at Signal Brewery, tickets $50. Painters will complete a 12x16 canvas of a beautiful Canadian Shield landscape. 100% of ticket sales will go directly to create scholarships for Quinte Secondary Students graduating in Quinte’s final year. The event will also include a silent auction with MANY great items for sale and there will be a raffle for a Lori Meeboer Original Painting valued at $800. The Silent Auction will continue until 7pm to allow bids from family and friends who drop in to the brewery. Click Here for more information.

May 30: 

  • The Barra MacNeils at Empire Theatre - The Barra MacNeils are touring this spring in support of their latest release On The Bright Side, an exquisite collection of everything their fans love. It’s an upbeat album, with fiddle tunes that you know will erupt into a flurry of step-dancing on stage. When Lucy sings the heart-wrenching Ribhinn Donn, whether or not you ‘have the Gaelic’, have a tissue handy. You’ll need it. The distinctive family harmonies; an array of rhythmic instruments weaving through and around various themes—some decidedly classical but then, suddenly, very traditional Cape Breton; the lads singing a cappella; a thoughtful solo gradually merging into a frenzied all-hands-on-deck medley. More Information Here

May 31:

  • Menopause The Musical at the Empire Theatre at 7:30pm "COME CELEBRATE YOUR WOMENHOOD AND JOIN THE SISTERHOOD! On the heels of a sold out show last year, Menopause The Musical, featuring it’s All-Star Canadian Cast is returning to Belleville to delight audiences even more!" For tickets and more information click here. 

May 31 - June 17:

  • Belleville Theater Guild Annie Get Your Gun: Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin, book by Dorothy and Herbert Feilds, directed by Moira Nikander-Forrester. More information to come.

June 2:

  • Annual Fixed for Life: Strut for Strays Walk - Strut for Strays is an annual Walkathon and Pet Festival. It is a day filled with Pet activities to raise money to help the homeless and abandoned animals in our community. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year and we need your support! Saving lives is just a Walk in the Park! Happening Saturday June 2 from 9:30 to 4:00 at West Zwicks - under the new Lions Pavillion. Click Here for More Information
  • 3rd Annual Family Fun in the Sun & Vendor Show: Come join us for NEW Vendors, NEW games and a Bouncy Castle! Old Favourites will be back - Tyler & his stock car & Lily's Fable Friends. NEW THIS YEAR - "The Fry Wagon". DJ and photo booth by "Extreme Entertainment". FREE games for the kids! Ton's of amazing vendors to check out! SO EXCITING! Free admission. Parkdale Community Centre, 199 Birch St., Belleville. For more information click here.
  • Quinte Ballet school's Assemblé Performance at Centennial secondary School form 2:30 - 4pm ! Tickets are now on sale for QBSC'S annual spring shows, beginning with the recreation division’s community-spirited ‘Assemblé’. ‘Assemblé’ is a popular afternoon’s entertainment for families, with over 100 student performers aged 4 to 18 from the Quinte area, including PEC, Brighton, Stirling, Trenton and Belleville. Always full of fun, talent and charm, this year’s show features over 20 newly choreographed works created by QBSC’s professional Artistic staff, from Ballet to Jazz, Tap and Hip Hop, providing the opportunity for students to display their learned skills to a wide and appreciative audience! Click here for more information. 
  • Capers presents "Sounds of the City" from 8-10pm​. Come enjoy an intimate evening of original songs and the stories behind them. This event will run as a Nashville style song writer's circle, in which each performer will share the stage together, share stories together, and at times even collaborate together. This is a night not to be missed! Doors open at 7 PM, show starts at 8 PM. Tickets $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Click here for more information. 

June 3: 

  • Belleville Lions Club 8th Annual Show & Shine Car Show at Zwick's Park from 8:00am - 3:00pm. Registration closes at 12 Noon. Vehicle Registration Fee $10. Spectators admitted free. Dash plaques for first 200 registered. Lots of door prizes and trophies. Professional photograph of vehicle on arrival. 50's/60's music. Food and Refreshments on site. Click Here for More Information

June 6: 

  • 38th Annual Chicken BBQ. Our Major Fund Raiser of the Year. Come out and pick up the best chicken dinner around. Pre-order for $14.00 or stop by the Quinte Curling Club to eat in or take-out, but hurry because we do sell out. Click here for more information
  • A Mystical Fantasy Family Puppet Show & Crafts. Join us for a fun and entertaining puppet show called "A Mystical Fantasy". This event is geared for children ages 3-12, but all ages are welcome! The event is free at The Belleville Public Library, and doors open at 5:30pm. There will also be a craft time (supplies will be provided). Click here for more information 

June 7:

  •  ART WALK from 4-7pm Staring at the Parrott Gallery.​ In partnership with Gallery 121 and other art galleries, restaurants and businesses in downtown Belleville, the Parrott Gallery is participating in an Art Walk, which will take place once a month on Thursday evenings throughout the summer.
June 9: 
  • Belleville Pride Parade & Pride in the Park. Pride is a Celebration, which honors gender identity and sexual diversity. This celebration will take place on Saturday June 9 at West Zwick's Park from 12 to 4pm. The Pride Parade begins at noon (the route will be confirmed when it becomes available). Assemble a group to march or gather along the parade route to support the marchers as they go by! There will be Music, Entertainment, Food & Games at Zwicks Park until 4pm. Free Event! All ages! All welcome! Click Here for More Information

June 10:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: The Reasons - 50's/60's/70's Rock. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.
  • Quinte TOYCON is Eastern Ontario's Largest Pure Collectibles Event! Focusing on the collectible nature of fandom, Quinte TOYCON brings in dealers from all over ontario and attendees from across the province to shop hundreds of collectible tables, filled with everything from Transformers, to vintage comics, cards and Lego. Click Here for More Information 
  • Capes & Crowns Family Ball is a fundraising event for parents and children to spend a fun afternoon together raising money and awareness for the Field of Ability in Belleville. The event welcomes everyone of all ages and is fully-accessible. Tickets are $50 per person, includes buffet, photo booths, and dance with music provided by a local DJ. Click here for more information

June 13:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: The Fade Kings - Classic Rock/Blues/Jazz. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

June 16: 

  • Quinte Bass Champs - Big Bass Challenge on June 16. The annual Quinte Bass Champs big bass challenge continues again this year. Compete with hundreds of anglers for thousands of dollars in cash and prizes in an hourly big bass format. Each year the event gets bigger and better! Any and all proceeds from the event support a wide variety of Quinte Youth and Conservation activities including the youth angler program of the Quinte Bass Anglers fishing club. Click Here for More Information  
  • Gather the whole family together for this FREE outing at Potter's Creek Conservation Area on Father's Day weekend! The event takes place from 9:30 am - noon on the north side of Highway 2 near the Quinte Conservation main office. A story walk is a self-directed, family-friendly activity that places a children's book along a safe, outdoor walking route. Click Here for more Information.

June 17:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Ken Kovak & Heartland - Classic Country. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

June 20:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Matt Cage & Derek Morris - Tribute to Elvis & Johnny Cash. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

June 21:

  • FREE Kindness Rock Painting 7-9pm​  at She Thrives (161 Front St. Belleville.) For more information, CLICK HERE 
  • Trenton Horticultural Society Strawberry Social at Trenton United Church from 7-9pm. Click here for more information.

June 22: 

  • Fraser Park Concert Series, Fade Kings (music steeped in blues and R&B, with influences of soul, jazz, roots traditional, Latin and rock)​ from 6-8pm. Come on out with your lawnchair for some local talent FREE of charge. Fraser Park Trenton. For more information and upcoming dates click here. 

June 23:

  • Belleville Brain Tumor Walk 8:30am-1pm at Zwicks Centennial Park. "Walk to raise funds to support your brain tumour community. These funds go towards life-changing research, support programs, information, advocacy, awareness, and HOPE." Route Length(s): 2.5km or 5km. Register Here, Online Free.

June 24:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: The Offbeats - 50's/60's/70's Rock. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

June 27:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: The Shadowz - 50's/60's/70's Rock. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

June 29:

June 29 - 30: 

  • Berkley B1 Fishing Tournament Stop - Canada's premiere professional bass fishing competition featuring a 3-event Championship TOUR. Bay of Quinte out of Belleville, Ontario. Lake Erie out of Port Colborne, Ontario and Lake St-Francis out of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec. Click Here for More Information

June 30 - July 8: 

  • Family Fishing Week - Ontario Family Fishing Events is a province-wide opportunity for Canadian residents to fish Ontario waters without the otherwise mandatory fishing version outdoors card. There has never been a better time to introduce a friend or family member to fishing! Events such as festivals, clinics, derbies and workshops are hosted across the province. To find an event near you, Click Here

July 1: 

  • Belleville's Canada Day Celebration at West Zwick's Park. Stay tuned as details come out! Visit www.bellevillecanadaday.com for all the details as they come out. 

July 4:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Texas Tuxedo - Rocking Country. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

July 5-8:

  •  Kingston Buskers Rendezvous 2018 "What started as a fun addition to Downtown Kingston’s July Sidewalk Sale is now in its 30th year and is known as one of the preeminent festivals of its kind in Canada. Join us as Buskers from around the world take over the streets of Kingston July 5-8,2018!" Click here for more information.

July 6:

  • Fraser Park Concert Series, Fire Bush (will take you on a journey through four decades of rock music)​ from 6-8pm. Come on out with your lawnchair for some local talent FREE of charge. Fraser Park Trenton. For more information and upcoming dates click here. 

July 8:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: The Commodores Orchestra - Big Band Memories. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

July 10:

July 12 - 15: 

  • The 40th Annual Belleville Waterfront & Multicultural Festival at West Zwick's Park. Join us for an amazing 4 days of celebrations that include; Music, Food, Drinks, Children's Village, Vendor Market, Midway, and Entertainment for all ages. Admission is free some come enjoy musical acts, food, and entertainment from around the world. Visit www.bellevillewaterfrontfestical.com to see all of the details as they are released.    

July 13:

July 18:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: DejaVu - Women of Rock - 50's/60's/70's Rock. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

July 19:

  • ART WALK from 4-7pm Staring at the Parrott Gallery.​ In partnership with Gallery 121 and other art galleries, restaurants and businesses in downtown Belleville, the Parrott Gallery is participating in an Art Walk, which will take place once a month on Thursday evenings throughout the summer.

July 22:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Ambush - Rocking Country. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

July 25:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Grandpa's Goodtyme Gang - Yesteryear Favourites. 6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

July 26 - 28: 

  • The 12th Annual Empire Rockfest at Empire Square - This year's event will be headlined by Canadian artists Billy Talent, Arkells and The Glorious Sons featuring special guests The Standstills, Matt Mays and The Beaches. Check out the full details on Belleville's premier rock event, Click Here for More Information

July 27: 

  • 4th annual Wheels on the Bay is excited to be happening at Zwicks Centennial Park on the shore of the beautiful Bay of Quinte in Belleville. This year come and meet Tom Smith, formerly of Gas Monkey Garage and now Misfits Garage. Come out for Ontario's Premier 3 Day Wheels Festival. Click here for more information   
  • Fraser Park Concert Series, Cruisin (50s and 60s) from 6-8pm. Come on out with your lawnchair for some local talent FREE of charge. Fraser Park Trenton. For more information and upcoming dates click here. 

July 29:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Freddy Vette & His Rhinestone Plowboys. Classic Country -  6:30pm - 8:30pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 1:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Crusin' 50's/60's Band - 50's/60's/70's Rock. 6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 3:

August 5: 

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Cathy Whelan & Land O'Lake Cruisers - Country. 6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 8:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: The Reasons - 50's/60's/70's Rock.  6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 9:

  • ART WALK from 4-7pm Staring at the Parrott Gallery.​ In partnership with Gallery 121 and other art galleries, restaurants and businesses in downtown Belleville, the Parrott Gallery is participating in an Art Walk, which will take place once a month on Thursday evenings throughout the summer.

August 10:

  • Fraser Park Concert Series, Wrought Iron Roots (A mix – Country, Bluegrass, Celtic, and some other surprises) from 6-8pm. Come on out with your lawnchair for some local talent FREE of charge. Fraser Park Trenton. For more information and upcoming dates click here. 

August 12:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Ken Stapley's Country Jamboree - Country Classics.  6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 15:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Wicklow - Country/Rock.  6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 16:

August 17:

August 17-18:
  • 1000 Island Poker Run, Confederation Basin Marina, Kingston "More than 80 performance boats will dock in the Confederation Basin Marina, on public display Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. When the flag drops at 10 AM on Saturday, the fleet will follow a course up the St. Lawrence River to Brockville, then on to Prescott, then back down through Gananoque, before returning to Kingston at more than 80 Miles per hour! You can view these spectacular boats at all the card stops, or from the comfort of your own boat as part of the spectator fleet. The evening events include a downtown street party, exhibits, and the exciting poker hand reveal – join us to see who wins the title of King of the 1000 Islands!" Click here for more information. 

August 17-19:

  • Upper Canada DryStone Festival at O'Hara Mill Homestead  ( 638 Mill Road. Madoc, Ontario K0K 2K0) Fri, 17 Aug 2018, 8:30 AM – Sun, 19 Aug 2018, 4:00 PM. For more information click here.

August 19:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: White Brothers - Country  6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 22:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: The Offbeats - 50's/60's/70's Rock.  6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 24: 

August 25: 

  • The 5K Foam Fest is a one of kind Obstacle Course based fun run. Join us for 22+ obstacles including the world's largest inflatable waterslide, mud pits and 2.5 MILLION cubic feet of foam! Rock out all day to 12,000 watts of awesome music, enjoy a FREE kids zone for kids 7 and under, delicious food, great vendors and beer gardens. Click here for more information

August 26: 

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: Frank Howard Orchestra Band - Big Band Memories.  6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 29:

  • Concerts on the Bay 2018: The Emily Creek Band - Country/Rock/Dance.  6pm - 8pm. Join us and enjoy an evening of entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick's Park. Bring a lawn chair. Canteen on site. Free will - donations in support of Lions Community Services.

August 31:

September 7:

September 13:

  • ART WALK from 4-7pm Staring at the Parrott Gallery.​ In partnership with Gallery 121 and other art galleries, restaurants and businesses in downtown Belleville, the Parrott Gallery is participating in an Art Walk, which will take place once a month on Thursday evenings throughout the summer.

September 15: 

  • Belleville 5K WALK for ALS at Zwicks Park. Check ins start at 8:30am, and the walk begins at 10am. The WALK for ALS is about local communities coming together to raise funds and celebrate hope for a future without ALS. Funds received support our vision: supporting Canadians living with ALS and investing in research to make ALS a treatable, not terminal disease. Register online today!

September 20:

September 29: 

  • Porchfest 2018 - Come out and join us for the 10th Annual Porchfest. This is a Free community family event presented by the Rotary Club of Belleville. Come hear local musicians, singers and entertainers throughout Belleville’s Old East Hill neighbourhood. Over 30 venues to enjoy. Walk, ride or catch the community bus. Sign up as an act, a porch owner or an act with a porch/porch with an act. Click here for more information

October 20:

  • Crossfit Belleville GIRLS GONE RX CANADA, compete for a cure. ​Girls Gone Rx Canada is an all-female competition made up of three person teams. "Girls Gone Rx Canada is a platform for women to team up and compete together; even those who have never competed. When you get women together, it is all about empowering each other and supporting each other. Each event and each workout is designed for women to come together and overcome something they perhaps didn’t think was possible." Registration opens June 2018. Click here for more information.​
     

Day Trip Ideas:

Festival Players of Prince Edward County: http://www.festivalplayers.ca

Stirling Festival Theatre: http://stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Montrose Inn Tea Room:  http://www.montroseinn.ca

Farmtown Park: http://www.farmtownpark.ca

Nationial Air Force Museum of Canada: http://airforcemuseum.ca/en/

County Wine Tours:  http://thecountywines.com/index.php

Kingston Trolley Tours: http://kingstonchamber.on.ca/tourism

Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston: http://marmuseum.ca/

Glanmore National Historic Site: 613-962-2329, http://www.glanmore.org/h/LifeAtGlanmoreSChapline.html

 

Online Resources for Upcoming Events:

http://bayofquinte.ca/tourism/

http://bellevillechamber.ca/events.php