Events



NOV 16 – NOV 17

Annual Fibre Arts Sale – Belleville Weavers & Spinners Guild

The Belleville Weavers & Spinners Guild presents its annual Fibre Arts Sale on Friday, November 16, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm and Saturday, November 17, from 9:30am to 4:00pm at St. Thomas’ Church Hall at 201 Church St. in Belleville (corner of Bridge & Church Streets). Come see what’s new in one-of-a-kind creations — exciting textured yarns, cozy shawls, warm mittens, felted bags and purses — all handcrafted and unique. Free admission & parking, wheelchair accessible. Payment by cash, cheque, or major credit cards. For more information, contact bellwsg@gmail.com.

St. Thomas' Church Hall


201 Church Street, Belleville, Ontario




NOV 16 – NOV 16
7:30pm - 9:00pm

Westben House Concerts: Monica Rizzio

Get up-close and personal with an exciting range of artists right in the “living room” of our home at the Clock Tower Cultural Centre. Curated and hosted by Campbellford singer-songwriter, Ken Tizzard, these friendly House Concert inspired evenings explore Americana, Fold, Bluegrass and more. (cash bar)

The Clock Tower Cultural Centre


36 Front Street South, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0




NOV 16 – NOV 17
1pm - 3pm

Candy Cane Lane Bazaar

The Candy Cane Lane Bazaar is an annual craft sale event hosted by the United Church Women of Bridge Street United Church, 60 Bridge St. E. Belleville. The bazaar provides an excellent opportunity for your special Christmas gift shopping. This year the 2018 event will run over two days: Friday Nov.16; 1-6pm and Saturday Nov.17 9:30am-3pm. The sale features the creative talents of many crafters, as well as baked goods and silent auction items. Saturday will feature an optional lunch offering. Contact: Nancy LeClair 613-962-7498 for further details.

Bridge Street United Church


60 Bridge Street East, Belleville, Ontario




NOV 16 – NOV 16
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

House Concert with Monica Rizzio

The locals call someone who moves to Cape Cod but was not born there a Washashore. In Texas, a young girl barrel-raced on Pleasant Valley Ranch and had never seen the ocean. So when Monica Rizzio crossed over the iconic bridges of Cape Cod in 2004, she instantly became the Washashore Cowgirl. The former Tripping Lily front woman has left behind the acoustic, condenser mic style and has brought her East Texas roots up North for her debut album, fittingly named, “Washashore Cowgirl”. Much of the album is like a stiff cocktail, deeply auto-biographical and mixed with a hint of fiction.

Clock Tower Cultural Centre


36 Front Street South, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0




NOV 17 – NOV 17
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Art Talk

In conjunction with the show “Preoccupied with my Father,” on display in Gallery Two November 8 to November 29, join Simon Schneiderman as he presents a poignant talk about his family and their struggle to build a life after the Holocaust, and the continuing struggle of refugees to this day on Saturday, November 17 from 2-4 p.m.

PARROTT GALLERY


254 Pinnacle Street




NOV 18 – NOV 18
4:30pm - 6:30pm

Belleville Santa Claus Parade

Impressive lighted floats, Christmas music and of course Santa!

Starting at The Belleville Fairgrounds - Bridge & Sidney Streets


240 Bridge Street West, Belleville, Ontario




NOV 22 – NOV 22
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Art Talk

Join photographer Larry Tayler Thursday, November 22, 6:30-7:30 p.m., as he discusses his creative process in an art talk presented in conjunction with his collaborative show, “Heart & Soul: Two Men Tell Their Stories,” on display in Gallery One November 8 to November 29.

PARROTT GALLERY


254 Pinnacle Street




NOV 24 – NOV 24
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Christmas at Westben: The Little Drummer

Jordan Mowat – Drummer Westben Festival Chorus Westben youth & teen Choruses Donna Bennett & Brian Finley – directors Christmas starts with Westben! Ojibwe drummer from Alderville, Jordan Mowat joins the Westben Festival Chorus and Westben Youth & Teen Choruses in an original narrated concert about an orphan boy who finds his self-worth by marching to his own drum. Heart-warming and fit for the whole family, this 90-minute concert explores the meaning of Christmas through the noises and silences of the season.

Westben


6698 County Road 30 North




NOV 25 – NOV 25
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Christmas at Westben: The Little Drummer

Jordan Mowat – Drummer Westben Festival Chorus Westben Youth & Teen Choruses Donna Bennett & Brian Finley – Directors Christmas starts with Westben! Ojibwe drummer from Alderville, Jordan Mowat joins the Westben Festival Chorus and Westben Youth & Teen Choruses in an original narrated concert about an orphan boy who finds his self-worth by marching to his own drum. Heart-warming and fit for the whole family, this 90-minute concert explores the meaning of Christmas through the noises and silences of the season..

Westben


6698 County Road 30 North




NOV 29 – NOV 29
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Art Talk

Join quilt maker Bill Stearman & photographer Larry Tayler Thursday, November 29, 6:30-7:30 p.m., as they discuss their creative process in an art talk presented in conjunction with their collaborative show, “Heart & Soul: Two Men Tell Their Stories,” on display in Gallery One November 8 to November 29.

PARROTT GALLERY


254 Pinnacle Street


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