Events



JUL 15 – JUL 15
2pm

Leah den Bok Artist Talk – “Nowhere to Call Home”

The Parrott Gallery is pleased to invite you to our first ever Online Artist Talk on Wednesday July 15 at 2:00 pm. Leah den Bok will be discussing her online exhibition "Nowhere to Call Home" as well as how she started on her journey to become an advocate for the homeless. Please register in advance for this FREE event. For more information please call 613-968-6731 x 2040 or email us at gallery@bellevillelibrary.ca.

Online Belleville Public Library

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JUL 15 – SEP 16
5:00pm

Open Mic – The Patio Sessions

Come join us on the patio for a drink, wood fired pizzas and an evening of music with friends, socially distanced in the fresh air. It’s open mic (without the mic) all acoustic on our new outdoor stage. We are required to take reservations.

Old Church Theatre

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JUL 15 – JUL 15
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Concerts on the Bay- Ambush

Famous for their live shows, the Ambush Army is a quarter of a million fans strong and still growing! In 2006 Ambush was crowned champions of the CMT reality series "Plucked." Being part of the series allowed the band to shoot their first ever video for the Country Music News top 20 song "This Could Be The Night." Cogeco YourTV has agreed to partner with the Lions Club to film the entertainment scheduled for this summer's Concerts on the Bay series and broadcast on Wednesday & Sunday evenings from 6-8 p.m on Cogeco Channel 4 (Belleville YourTV) or use the YouTube link.

Virtual

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JUL 15 – JUL 19
9:00pm

Mean Girls and I Love You Man

SCREEN #1 The first movie starts just after sunset (around 9pm)Wed-Sun. All parking is first come, first served. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the show, or earlier if you want a choice parking spot! Movies play Rain or Shine. No Refunds. Mean Girls: Cady Heron is a hit with The Plastics, the A-list girl clique at her new school, until she makes the mistake of falling for Aaron Samuels, the ex-boyfriend of alpha Plastic Regina George. I Love You Man: Friendless Peter Klaven goes on a series of man-dates to find a Best Man for his wedding. But, his bond with his new B.F.F. puts a strain on his relationship with his fiance

The Mustang Drive-In PEC

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JUL 17 – SEP 10

Summer Array- Art Exhibition

Oeno Gallery's summer group show brings together a brilliant array of media and imagery in a range of price points by gallery artists. The artworks include new ceramic vessels by Loren Kaplan, landscape paintings by F. Lipari and Julie Himel, moose and flags from the irascible Charles Pachter, dynamic abstractions by Scott Pattinson and so much more.

Oeno Gallery

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JUL 17 – JUL 17
5:00pm

Victor Cooper

Raised in Eastern Ontario, Canada, Victor is one of eight children. He spent most of his childhood either climbing trees, or writing music. Soon music took over and for the past twenty years Victor has been writing his own material. His folksy sound and vocal range allow him to express himself through originals as well as a very wide variety of covers from Johnny Cash to Michael Jackson. Victor is also co-owner of a creative agency called eighty Twenty studio in Belleville, Ontario which acts as a second outlet for his creativity. Married to Jodi Cooper since 2004, he finds her to be great inspiration for much of his music.

Capers

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JUL 18 – JUL 18
5:00pm

Ryan Zaback – On the Patio

Ryan’s performances are charming and passionate, to be brief. From folk and singer-songwriter to blues and classic rock, the choice of music is recognizable, but done with his own particular flair. “Songs of salvation to salve the soul.” We’re pleased to have Ryan back on the patio where we’re practicing social distancing, serving wood fired pizza and having a good time. Bring your mask (or we can provide one) and be sure to register and let us know how many will sit at your table.

Old Church Theatre

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JUL 18 – JUL 18
5:30pm - 7:30pm

The Wakami Wailers

The Wakami Wailers transport audiences back to simpler times, through music and humour, telling the stories of Canada's trappers, miners, settlers, and lumberjacks. In 1984, Mark Despault, Rob Hollett, Mike Bernier, and Jeff Allen were commissioned by the Government of Ontario to develop a musical interpretation of the province's rich white pine lumbering heritage. They developed the interpretive showcase "The Last of the White Pine Loggers", and toured extensively throughout Ontario. This show has since been enjoyed by audiences throughout North America, from Epcot Center in Florida, to Expo 86 in Vancouver.

Old Church Theatre




JUL 19 – JUL 19
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Concerts on the Bay- Ben Vandergaast/Derek Morris & The Tennessee Two

Cogeco YourTV has agreed to partner with the Lions Club to film the entertainment scheduled for this summer's Concerts on the Bay series and broadcast on Wednesday & Sunday evenings from 6-8 p.m. on Cogeco Channel 4 (Belleville YourTV) or use the YouTube link.

Virtual

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JUL 21 – AUG 9
12:00pm - 5:00pm

For the Love of Water / Pour l’amour de l’eau

A visual art exhibition of painting and poetry, exploring our connection with water. Paintings by Karole Marois. Poetry by Lindsay Brant and Conrad Beaubien. Open everyday except Monday.

Prince Edward County

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