Events



JUL 7 – JUL 31
10:00am - 4:00pm

Christmas in July – Songs of Summer Contest

This July, purchase a copy of Belleville Strong: Heroes and Other Poems by Karen Dack at the Quinte Arts Council Gallery & Gift Shop and enter to win the author's Songs of Summer Contest. Correctly match a list of artists with their songs and you can win a suite of prizes including 2 CDs (The Street I Lived On by Belleville musician Andy Forgie and 1 by the Beatles), a book (Oh What a Feeling: A Vital History of Canadian Music by Martin Melhuish) and a summer print. The contest runs from July 7th to 31st at the QAC and the Belleville Public Library.

Quinte Arts Council


36 Bridge St. East, Belleville, ON




JUL 22 – JUL 22
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Glenwood Live!

The Regent audience will be in high spirits and be rocking to the sound of Blues, Rock 'n Roll, Opera, Folk, Pop, East Coast, Jazz and Broadway, all performed by cream-of-the-crop established County musicians who have donated their time and talent to the cause...." A fundraising event in aid of repairing the 100+ sites and monuments that were vandalized on June 20th, 2018. Estimated $150,000 damages.

The Regent Theatre


224 Main Street, Picton, Ontario




JUL 22 – JUL 22
2:00 pm - 4:00 PM

John McDermott

John McDermott – Tenor Jason Fowler – Guitars Mark Lama – Keyboards, Melodia, Accordion Known and loved by everyone from US Presidents and hockey fans to war veterans and palliative patients, John McDermott is a champion to lovers of Scottish and Irish music the world over. Of his 25+ albums, three have gone platinum, one has reached double platinum, and yet another has achieved a triple platinum ranking. We are honoured to present this master tenor of Celtic music, traditional Irish and Scottish folk tunes, ballads and jazz standards.

Westben


6698 County Road 30 North




JUL 25 – JUL 25
2:00 pm - 4:00 PM

Crazy for Gershwin – Broadway at The Barn

Caitlin Wood – Soprano, Marjorie Maltaise - Mezzo Soprano, Adam Fisher – Tenor, Clarence Frazer – Baritone, Brian Finley – Piano Celebrating George & Ira Gershwin, one of the greatest song-writing teams in history, Crazy for Gershwin is this year’s instalment of our ever-popular Broadway at The Barn Working almost exclusively together, this team of brothers is known for over two dozen scores written for Hollywood and Broadway Four voices bring it all to life with songs such as Summertime and It Ain’t Necessarily So from Porgy & Bess, along with other hits such as Embraceable You, I Got Rhythm, Someone to Watch Over Me, The Man I Love & more

Westben


6698 County Road 30 North




JUL 26 – JUL 26
2:00 pm - 4:00 PM

Crazy for Gershwin – Broadway at The Barn

Caitlin Wood – Soprano, Marjorie Maltaise - Mezzo Soprano, Adam Fisher – Tenor, Clarence Frazer – Baritone, Brian Finley – Piano Celebrating George & Ira Gershwin, one of the greatest song-writing teams in history, Crazy for Gershwin is this year’s instalment of our ever-popular Broadway at The Barn Working almost exclusively together, this team of brothers is known for over two dozen scores written for Hollywood and Broadway Four voices bring it all to life with songs such as Summertime and It Ain’t Necessarily So from Porgy & Bess, along with other hits such as Embraceable You, I Got Rhythm, Someone to Watch Over Me, The Man I Love & more

Westben


6698 County Road 30 North




JUL 26 – JUL 28
7:30pm

A Funny Proposition, a cabaret-play… perhaps a caberplay! one-man musical by Bruce Dow (and a bunch of other guys)

Festival Players is thrilled to welcome back Bruce Dow (who played Bottom in last summer’s Hippolyta’s Wedding: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and directed the hit show Stones in His Pockets) to perform his new show A Funny Proposition for three performances July 26-28, 2018 at the Wellington United Church. A master of the cabaret form, Dow’s one-man-musicals are heralded as fearless, intimate, and energetic. Join a poor, lost soul on the highway of life as he comes face to face with those events we can never expect. A Funny Proposition is funny, touching, and full of song.  

Wellington United Church


243 Main Street Wellington




JUL 27 – JUL 29
10 am - 3 pm

BON ECHO ART EXHIBITION & SALE

The Friends of Bon Echo Park invite you to the annual Bon Echo Art Exhibition and Sale taking place at Bon Echo Provincial Park, Hwy. # 41, Cloyne, ON, about 45 minutes north of Napanee, ON. This show is a juried and the theme is Canadian nature & countryside. It takes place in a central location in beautiful Bon Echo Provincial Park. About 35 artists will have their work on display and for sale. Make a day of it and enjoy art & demonstrations, BBQ, snake show, and music. All profits go to the preserving the natural & cultural heritage of the Park.

Bon Echo Provincial Park


16151 Hwy. 41 , Cloyne, ON




JUL 27 – JUL 27
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

TGIFolk! Sarah Harmer

A true Canadian classic! With a Juno Award and several nominations, Polaris Music Prize shortlist spots, and guest appearances on some of the most beloved Canadian rock records for more than the past 20 years, Canadian folk singer Sarah Harmer is at The Barn to share a special, intimate evening of favourite and new music. Before the Show: Farm Fresh BBQ by CULTIVATE (5 pm – 7 pm)

Westben


6698 County Road 30 North




JUL 28 – JUL 28
9:30am - 12:00pm

Blood Donation Clinic – Calvary Community Church

SAVE LIVES! Every 60 seconds someone in Canada needs blood – so we need your help! Join us at Calvary Community Church on July 28 from 9am – 12pm. Book your appointment at http://www.blood.ca or by calling our toll-free number 1-888-236-6283. See you on July 28!

Calvary Community Church


679 Dundas St W, Belleville, Ontario




JUL 28 – JUL 28
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Unveiling of the Fifth Second Historical Plaque – MacKenzie’s Mills, Madoc

The Hastings County Historical Society invites everyone to the unveiling of the fifth of seven bronze historical plaques to be unveiled throughout Hastings County this summer. This plaque celebrates the origins of the town by Donald MacKenzie who erected a sawmill, grist mill and store in the 1839's beside Deer Creek in Madoc. The mills were vital to the development of the town.

Bronson's Parkette, Madoc


Bronson's Parkette, Madoc, Ontario


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