Events



NOV 26 – DEC 31

Stirling Festival Theatre Christmas Panto : Sleeping Beauty

Panto returns to the SFT stage! Princess Slumber-Lee can’t stop napping. Prince Carmen Machiatto can’t fall asleep. They have been cursed by the evil sorceress, Malignicent.

It has been a long slumber, you Stirling Beauties. It’s time to wake up and get your tickets. Featuring Naughty and Family performances. Also a special Relaxed Performance, physically-distanced seating performances, and the ever-popular Naughty New Year’s.
Written & Directed by Ken MacDougall. With Debbie Collins, J.P. Baldwin, Dan Curtis Thompson, James Elias Island, Bruce Tubbe & Lia Luz

Stirling Festival Theatre

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NOV 26 – DEC 26
11 - 5

Give A Little Bit

Melt Studio + Gallery will be celebrating this holiday season with Give a Little Bit, a group show in our Main Gallery from November 26 to December 26. Give a Little Bit will showcase small works of art, perfect for gift-giving, from artists/artisans of various disciplines. In the spirit of gift-giving, Melt Studio + Gallery will be hosting a raffle for one of Susan Wallis’s encaustic paintings, with all the proceeds being donated to Kenhte:ke Seed Sanctuary and Learning Centre in Tyendinaga. The Gallery will be open 11-5 pm, Thursday-Sunday for the duration of the show. Visit our website http://www.meltstudiogallery.com for more info.

Melt Studio + Gallery

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DEC 1 – MAR 8

Toronto Outdoor Art Fair – CALL FOR ARTISTS

Toronto Outdoor Art Fair (TOAF), Canada’s longest-running contemporary outdoor art fair, launching artists’ careers and building a trusted discovery platform for the public since 1961 open up their call for artists for their 61st Outdoor Art Fair this summer, which will take place in person and online. Many artists have considered TOAF a jumping-off point for their careers, and an invaluable experience for marketing, selling and sharing their work with the public. TOAF reserves a portion of booths at the Fair for student artists, offered at a discounted price, and is proud to have hosted many well-known Canadian artists early in their careers including: Barbara Astman, Edward Burtynsky, Ken Danby, David Blackwood, Joanne Tod and many others. The Call for Artists is open until March 8, 2022. Artists can choose how to participate: 

  • 3-Day In-person Fair at Nathan Phillips Square + 10-Day Online Fair, or
  • 10-Day Toronto Online Art Fair - a wonderful alternative for artists from outside of the Greater Toronto Area.


Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto and Online Fair




DEC 1 – DEC 4
2pm - 5pm

Annual Art & Artisan Christmas Sale

Annual Art & Artisan Christmas Show and Sale. 4 Days of Hand Crafted Gifts! The Tweed & Area Heritage Centre houses a variety of services, a museum with various collections displayed, a vast archive, a gallery promoting local artists and an information and welcome centre for the Tweed and area.

Tweed and Area Heritage Centre

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DEC 1 – DEC 15

Christmas Card Campaign

In partnership with Three Oaks and Hastings and Prince Edward County Occasional Teachers -Status of Women, handmade Christmas cards will be available for sale. Cards can be purchased at Annette's Consignment, Quinte Credit Union and Three Oaks. Proceeds go to support programming. Suggested donation of $5.00 per card

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DEC 1 – DEC 1
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

PAGES: A Writers’ Salon with Linda Bond

Love the craft of writing? Belleville Public Library is excited to offer a new two-part Writers’ Salon called PAGES. Hosted by creative non-fiction writer and author Linda Bond, PAGES provides an opportunity for the community to gather to hear local writers share their work and discuss their craft. Part Two features writers Nell Davidson and Jana Dumas. Africa and Travel will be the themes. Everyone is welcome and there is no cost to attend. This program will be meeting in the Gallery space. Registration and proof of vaccination is required. To register, call 613-968-6731 ext. 2037 or send us an email at infoserv@bellevillelibrary.ca. Don’t forget your mask!

Belleville Public Library

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DEC 1 – DEC 1
6pm - 9pm

Make Your Own Holiday Wreath!

Loyalist Continuing Education presents: Floral Workshops with Mary Curcic Using fresh greens and a few seasonal surprises, you will build your own holiday wreath to take home with you. Following step-by-step instructions you will learn the basics of creating a wreath while gaining insight into the concept of outdoor-winter design. SUPPLIES: Greenery, wiring and seasonal décor is provided. Students need to bring branch clippers and wear comfortable clothes and shoes. See link for information on how to register and pricing.

Loyalist College

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DEC 2 – DEC 21

Glanmore by Gaslight: Holiday Tours

Pre-book your holiday tour and delight in an authentic Victorian Christmas! Signature 'Glanmore by Gaslight' tours will be held Dec. 2,9,11,14,16,18,21 Please visit their website for available time slots (some dates offer afternoon spots, and other dates offer evening spots).

Glanmore National Historic Site

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DEC 2 – DEC 2
5:00 - 7:00

No More Silent Nights

For women educators on HPEDSB (e.g., teachers, dece, dsw, ea, cyw, support staff, retired) This event will be in partnership with Three Oaks Women’s Shelter. Participants will hear from guest speaker, Kaitlyn Chapman, who will provide information about the organization. This is an event to support women who have been abused and their children. In this workshop, participants will be making holiday cards to help fundraise. Cost: Free Masking and Proof of Vaccination Required. Reservations Required By November 20th Contact Sabrina Jovic to reserve a spot at sabrinajovic@hotmail.com

3rd Floor Meeting Room, Belleville Public Library




DEC 2 – DEC 2
7:30

Big Wreck & Monster Truck

BIG WRECK & MONSTER TRUCK with special guests Brkn Love

The Empire Theatre

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