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EnviroArts: Earth Day Edition

Quinte Arts Council 36 Bridge St. E., Belleville

Fridays for Future Quinte presents EnviroArts: Earth Day Edition, an intersection of art and activism. Raising awareness about environmental issues, while appreciating the beauty of nature. The show will give an opportunity to artists of all different ages and abilities to show their work.

Free
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EnviroArts: Earth Day Edition

Quinte Arts Council 36 Bridge St. E., Belleville

Fridays for Future Quinte presents EnviroArts: Earth Day Edition, an intersection of art and activism. Raising awareness about environmental issues, while appreciating the beauty of nature. The show will give an opportunity to artists of all different ages and abilities to show their work.

Free
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Campbellford Farmers’ Market

66 Front Street, Campbellford, ON 66 Front Street, Campbellford

Located at the corner of River & Front South, the Campbellford Farmers’ Market is open Saturday mornings for the season (May to October). New vendors welcome!

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Cobourg Farmers’ Market

Rotary Waterfront Park Cobourg

We're back every Saturday at the Oval for our 2022 season. Lots of fresh, locally grown produce, sweet, sweet fruits, yummy baked goods, cheeses, as well as tasty prepared foods to take home or enjoy right there. Plus we'll have a kids zone, live music, and a monthly artisan crafts market!

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Cobourg Farmers’ Market

Rotary Waterfront Park Cobourg

The Cobourg Farmers’ Market is held in Rotary Waterfront Park (around the Oval) in downtown Cobourg, on Albert Street behind Victoria Hall.

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Port Hope Farmers’ Market

56 Queen Street, Port Hope 56 Queen Street, Port Hope

If you are looking for farm fresh produce and meats, home made preserves and baking, as well as handmade crafts and artwork, the Port Hope Farmers' Market is the place to be!

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Quinte West Farmers’ Market

67 Front Street Trenton, ON 67 Front Street, Trenton

Come out to the Front Street Farmers' Market and purchase local products straight from the producers. Located in beautiful Downtown Trenton in the City of Quinte West.

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Stirling-Rawdon Farmers’ Market

Grand Trunk Railway Station (Stirling) 122 North Street, Stirling

The Stirling-Rawdon Farmers' Market is open from May to October at the Grand Trunk Railway Station. Come by and see what's been growing in our community.

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Belleville Farmers’ Market

Belleville Market Square Pinnacle Street, Ontario

Located on Historic Market Square behind Belleville's City Hall. Accessible from both Front St. and Pinnacle St. Walking distance within Belleville’s downtown core. Open year 'round, no matter the weather.

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Ode to Van Gogh for Young Painters

County Arts Lab 206 Main Street, Unit 1G, Picton

Kids' Creation Club is back with a very special 3-week course - Ode to Van Gogh! Young artists will learn about the art of one of the most influential figures in western art history - the celebrated Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh. Each week will focus on a different work, with participants recreating their own versions of three of his most famous paintings. For artists who are 9 to 11 years old.

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Port Hope House Tour Spring Walking Tours

Port Hope, Ontario 198 Victoria Street N., Port Hope

Join us for the Port Hope House Tour Spring Walking Tours. Three tours are offered: A King Street tour and two tours of the Downtown Heritage District (North-South or East-West). Each tour is approximately 90 minutes and will have information on the homes, businesses, streets, and general history that has created the unique fabric of the town.

$15.00
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Scugog Arts May Show

Scugog Arts Space 175B Queen Street, Port Perry

Three Lake Scugog Studio Tour artists will show their work at the Scugog Arts Space through the month of May. Explore the works of jeweller Cheryl Fulcher, painter Jeremy LePage, and woodturner Neil Olerenshaw. Each artist brings a different medium to the table … and space.

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Lived Experience Show at 2Gallery

2Gallery 256 Main St. W., Picton

2gallery is excited to present a solo show of new mixed-media paintings by artist Hazelle Palmer. This extraordinary collection of paper collage and acrylic works, entitled Lived Experience, captures the flurry of emotions and experiences which occurred during the pandemic.

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Peterborough Poutine Feast

Morrow Park 171 Lansdowne St. W., Peterborough

Poutine Feast is a collection of award-winning food professionals specializing in the greatest food ever invented in Canada, the poutine and will be touring across Ontario this summer. With over 50 variations and generous portions, there is a poutine for everyone. Each event features music, entertainment, amazing poutine and so much more.

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POSE Exhibition at AGN

Art Gallery of Northumberland 55 King Street West, Cobourg

POSE is a skill-building exhibition, designed to contextualize the nude portraits and sketches from the Art Gallery of Northumberland’s Permanent Collection within the wider history of the genre. The featured nine works range from expressive and gestural to strategically posed and methodically executed.

Free
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Lights up, Play on! (for Kids)

County Arts Lab 206 Main Street, Unit 1G, Picton

Experience the magical world of theatre with Georgia Papanicolaou! Through drama games, music, movement, character-building, and storytelling, young thespians will build confidence, expand and explore their creative expression and imagination, and learn to collaborate with their peers.

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Six-Week Short Fiction Writing Workshop

County Arts Lab 206 Main Street, Unit 1G, Picton

Explore and learn the art of short story writing with Andrew Binks! In this 6-week, hands-on, pen-to-paper workshop, participants will be introduced to the elements of short story writing through an engaging series of prompts, examples, and other exercises. They will learn about and practice various forms of short story writing, and learn strategies for increasing their perception to see and write the stories that exist within and around them.

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The Savannah Sipping Society by Northumberland Players

Best Western Plus Cobourg Inn and Convention Centre 930 Burnham Street, Cobourg

In this delightful, laugh-a-minute comedy, four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it’s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. You will be served a three-course plated dinner before the performance.

$68.00