Events



OCT 26 – OCT 26
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Amaryllis Trio in concert

Please join the Amaryllis Trio October 26 (2:30-3:30 p.m.) in their maiden voyage concert at the Parrott Gallery! Violinist Gabriella Hamley, cellist Ana Varona and pianist Debra Richardson-Edge will perform a selection of light classical and salon music surrounded by the beautiful artwork in Gallery One.

PARROTT GALLERY

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OCT 26 – OCT 26
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Nora Young – Navigating Our Digital Economy

Join us as CBC Radio Host of Spark, Nora Young, guides us through the challenges of the digital economy and the impact on our community.

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

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OCT 26 – OCT 26
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Saturday Afternoon Concert with Duncan Cooper Trio & Friends

The Duncan Cooper Trio (James MacKenzie- drums, John Beach- bass, Duncan Cooper- piano, vocals) will be joined by good friends, vocalist Debra Tosh and tenor saxophonist Dan Bone to perform a fun afternoon of jazz standards and not-so-standards. No advanced tickets or door sales. A Free Will offering during the concert will be collected with all proceeds going to Eastminster’s Open Door Cafe (our community soup kitchen).

Eastminster United Church


432 Bridge St. East, Belleville, Ontario




OCT 26 – OCT 26
7:30pm

Deborah Kimmett in Downward Facing Broad – A CBC Comedy Special – October 26th @ 7:30

“Laughed my guts out over and over again.” Snug Harbour Media. Bring the waterproof mascara as funny lady Deborah Kimmett ( CBC Debaters, Winnipeg Comedy Festival) is coming to town. Kimmett is at her best in this show as she disses on the senior discount, the generation gap and how to not to get into a fight at Aquafit. Kimmett is an award winning author, comic and storyteller. She appears regularly on CBC TV’s, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Frankie Drake and The Debaters. Opener: Special Musical guest KIM POLLARD, Maple Bluesfest Singer Tickets $34.50. Age requirement: 13 and over

The Empire Theatre

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OCT 26 – OCT 26
8pm

Instant Rivalry Live @ Capers

Brother and sister duo, Caleb and Megan Hutton started playing music together as Instant Rivalry(IR) while attending high school.  The Highway - a track off their first album – remained on the independent charts for nine weeks, peaking at number two and received international radio play. Since their last album, IR has toured Canada (opening for acts such as Tanya Tucker, Clint Black, Prairie Oyster, The Trews, Jefferson Starship, Honeymoon Suite, Tyler Shaw, Marshall Dane and Sarah Cripps). They are often in Nashville, TN to perform and write songs, as they are active members of the Nashville Songwriting Association International. Both Caleb and Megan are the musical composers, lyricists and producers behind Instant Rivalry’s music. Instant Rivalry won The Next Country Music Star Talent Search 2015. Trevor Lammas, of Sony Music Canada, called their song, Little Old Farmhouse, one of the best songs he had ever heard. Bruce Sutton, the stage manager of Havelock Jamboree, said you better enjoy seeing them now before you have to pay big bucks to see them again. VISIT ARTIST WEBSITE

Capers

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OCT 27 – OCT 27
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Sing if You Dare!

Howl into Halloween with Andrew Queen and the Campfire Crew…We’ll sing our way through spooky swamps and boil a witch’s brew! Sharing tales of little ones outsmarting wily wolves…Hungry giants, bug-eyed goblins, ogres, bats and trolls! Multiple award-winning children’s recording artist Andrew Queen and the Campfire Crew (Karen, Ivan & Lewis Stille) are a family folk band who sing their hearts out while playing guitar, ukulele and percussion. Together, the family crafts an interactive musical storytelling show rooted in the magic and memories of summer camp. Great for families and especially ages 4–10. Come in costume!

Clock Tower Cultural Centre


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




OCT 27 – OCT 27
2:30pm - 4:30pm

Symphony Spooktacular

Quinte Symphony proudly presents Symphony Spooktacular: a spine-tingling performance for the whole family. All Students admitted FREE and Halloween costumes are encouraged. *Children under 12 must be accompanied by an Adult. Sunday October 27 2:30 Bridge St. Church. Tickets at Sam the Record Man, Pinnacle Music Studios, at the door or online at thequintesymphony.com.

Bridge St. Church

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NOV 1 – NOV 2

Annual Fibre Arts Sale – Belleville Weavers & Spinners Guild

Come see what’s new in one-of-a-kind creations — handwoven items, exciting handspun yarns, felted jackets and vests, botanical print scarves and shawls, irresistible winter accessories — all handcrafted and unique. Friday November 1 from 3:00pm to 6:00pm and Saturday November 2 from 9:30am to 4:00pm at St. Thomas’ Church Hall, 201 Church St., Belleville. 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 1 – NOV 1
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Dickens with a Musical Twist!

Friend of Arthur Sullivan and a fan of Chopin, Charles Dickens was clearly more than a great novelist. Author & musician Chris Cameron takes you back to Victorian England to experience the world of Dickens from a musical point of view. *Make sense out of what you hear! Special guest artists present 60-minute chat concerts on favourite musical topics. Free (pay-what-you-can), informal, fun, and fascinating! Bring your lunch and your curiosity and join us at the Clock Tower Cultural Centre on the first Fridays of February, March, April, May, June, October and November at twelve noon.

Clock Tower Cultural Centre


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




NOV 1 – NOV 1
7:30 pm

Matt Mays Howl At The Night Tour with Special Guest: Skye Wallace

After years alternating between sweaty rock shows in clubs and more organic semi-acoustic theatre gigs, JUNO winner Matt Mays is embarking on the Howl at The Night Tour this fall – bringing together both sides of the Matt Mays concert experience for the first time. Matt describes the show as “a journey through songs, old and new, an evening that will start off woody and mellow and finish electric and stormy. Without a doubt, it’ll leave everyone in the house howling at the night!”

TheHowl at The Night Tourfollows a summer of electric shows with his full band and the acoustic Dark Promises Tour. Other recent highlights include US tour dates with The Gaslight Anthem, a set at the Outlaw Music Festival supporting Willie Nelson and Matt’s first headline concert at the legendary Massey Hall in Toronto.


The Empire Theatre

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