JUL 31 – AUG 31

Save Al Purdy’s Trees!!

The Al Purdy A-Frame Association has had some unfortunate surprises in the last couple of months and it looks like our annual budget won't stretch to cover inoculating the Ash trees on the property this year and the trees likely won't make it if we don't inoculate them! In response to our financial challenge, The Al Purdy A-frame Association announces a project from Thee Hell Box Press. Hugh Barclay will be starting a chapbook of poems by Al Purdy selected by Purdy’s widow Eurithe. He only plans to print 100 numbered copies in a letterpress edition which will be signed by Mrs. Purdy so we don't think they will last too long. The book will sell for $35 with all proceeds going to the Al Purdy A-Frame Association. If you would like to reserve a copy, email Hugh at and he will confirm your order and assign a copy number. Please don't send money at this time. If you wish to make a financial donation, please visit Donations over $50 will get tax receipts.


Roblin Lake, Prince Edward County, Ontario

AUG 10 – JAN 10

New deadline to nominate for Arts Recognition Awards – Feb. 15

The deadline to submit nominations for the QAC's Arts Recognition Awards has been changed to February 15.

AUG 19 – AUG 19
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Paint Event at the Museum

Join Local Artist Megan (Doyle) Chisholm as we nuture our inner painting skills.

Ameliasburgh Heritage Village

517 County Rd. 19, Ameliasburgh, ON

AUG 19 – AUG 19
8:00pm - 10:00pm

Comedy Country presents SOUL DECISION

Comedy Country presents Toronto sketch comedy duo SOUL DECISION. Award winning – high energy sketch comedy duo, Soul Decision seamlessly weave together a world of characters and relationships with heart that has earned them big laughs and won them “Best of the Fest” at the 2017 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival. They’ll make you dance, cry and hopefully beatbox. Oh and they’ll make you laugh! Comedy Country is Prince Edward County's summer comedy series.

Athol Recreation Centre

1685 County Rd. 10, Cherry Valley, ON

AUG 20 – AUG 20
10:00am - 5:00pm


The 36th annual KINGSTON WOMEN’S ART FESTIVAL will take place on August 20th, 2017 from 10:00AM to 5:00PM. Join us for a day of ART, MUSIC and FUN. Over 150 Canadian women artists and artisans will be showcasing and selling their original hand-crafted original work including painting, printmaking, sculpture, jewelry, photography, drawing and textiles. ARTISTS MARKET • LIVE MUSIC • KIDS AREA • FOOD TRUCK • SILENT AUCTION. The event will be held in City Park (Barrie & Bagot Streets) in beautiful downtown Kingston - RAIN OR SHINE. For more information, visit our website at

City Park, Downtown Kingston

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AUG 22 – AUG 22
10:00am - 3:00pm

Watch Artists en plein air

Artists from the Black River pARTnershop collective with other County artists will be painting the garden splendour in the fields of flowers and rows of veggies at Black River Bed and Breakfast, 68 Morrison Point Road. Drop by to experience this unique event and chat with the artists. Sunflowers, cosmos, cornflower, poppies, peppers and butterflies will be their inspiration.

Black River Bed and Breakfast

68 Morrison Point Road, Black River, Prince Edward County, Ontario K0K 2P0

AUG 23 – AUG 23
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Unveiling of Fifth Historical Plaque – Pinnacle Street Railway

The Hastings County Historical Society invites everyone to attend the unveiling of the final bronze historical plaque to be dedicated in downtown Belleville this summer. This plaque commemorates the Pinnacle Street Railway which carried passengers and all manner of freight (including Corby Distillery products during Prohibition) between the Grand Trunk Station and Belleville harbour from 1877 to June 1964. Come join us to celebrate this piece of downtown Belleville history. A reception will follow.

210 Pinnacle Street, Belleville, ON

210 Pinnacle Street

AUG 23 – AUG 23
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Summer Fun – Make ice cream!

Summer Fun at the Museum Bring the family to explore the historic house and join our demonstrators for some old fashioned summertime fun. *Regular museum admission applies; children must be accompanied by an adult. Wednesday, August 23, 2017 - 2 to 4 pm Make and taste homemade ice cream with our old-fashioned churn!

Glanmore National Historic Site

257 Bridge Street East, Belleville, Ontario

AUG 26 – AUG 26
6pm - 10pm

“Swing Under The Wings” Murder Mystery

The year is 1944. World famous Glenn Miller is meeting with his constituents prior to his dispatch overseas. They will discuss matters that could alter the course of WW2. Little did they know unseen forces are lurking in the shadows.....  What happens next will make history a mystery! Tickets are $40 on sale now. Available at Kimberley's DeJa Vu Boutique, 6835 Highway 62 N. Sommerville Centre Belleville. Debit and credit is available. For tickets and more info call Daniel at (613) 243-1002. Online at

Canadian Air Force Museum

220 RCAF Rd, Trenton, ON K8V, Canada

AUG 30 – SEP 2
8:00pm - 10:30pm

Annual Evening of One-Act Plays – Belleville Theatre Guild

Belleville Theatre Guild presents its fourth Annual Evening of One-Act Plays at 8:00pm at the Pinnacle Playhouse. Performances run for four nights only -- August 30-31 and September 1-2 -- at 8:00pm. Don’t miss the original works of local playwrights who, with genius and imagination, won a spot on this programme. The writing is fresh, relevant, and intense. You never know what you're going to get. Just know you will not be bored! Tickets are $10 at the door (not part of the subscription series), or phone 613-967-1442.

Pinnacle Playhouse

256 Pinnacle Street, Belleville, Ontario K8N 3B1

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