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Virtual Craft-a-Long at Cobourg Library

Online Ontario

Do you enjoy trying different handcrafts?  Looking to learn a new craft? Join our Craft-a-long group on Facebook for different projects and ideas! We'll be looking at crochet and sharing patterns online. Give them a try, find your favorites, or make them all and have enough pieces to make a blanket. New patterns posted each week on Mondays. 


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.


Cross Cut Exhibit at Lang Pioneer Village

Lang Pioneer Village 104 Lang Road, Keene

The Cross Cut: Traditional Ontario Folk Songs Revisited Exhibit will be on display at the Peterborough County Agricultural Building. CBC’s Edith Fowke collected folk songs in rural Ontario during the 1950s—many in Peterborough County. Traditional music came to Ontario with European settlers. Lyrics and tunes were adapted to local experiences and the personal preferences of the players, and these offer a reflection of society at different moments in history.


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.


Juried Art Show at Parrott Gallery

John M. Parrott Art Gallery 254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville

"Shifting Narratives" is the Parrott Gallery’s 14th Juried Show featuring work by Quinte-area artists. The Opening Reception is planned for May 12th from 6 - 7:30 p.m.


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.

Afternoon Book Club at Belleville Public Library

Belleville Public Library 254 Pinnacle St., Belleville

The Afternoon Book Club is the place to be for great books and plenty of lively discussion. We will be meeting in the Board Room on the second floor of the library. At this meeting, we will dip our toes into science fiction and discuss To Say Nothing of the Dog​ by Connie Willis. Spaces are limited and registration is required.


Socrates Cafe at Quinte West Public Library


Are you looking for an opportunity to get together virtually with others to exchange thoughtful ideas and experiences while embracing the Socratic method of argumentation? The Quinte West Public Library is pleased to offer people of different ages and backgrounds the opportunity to engage in non-academic philosophic discussion. Contact the Library to register - 613-394-3381 ext. 3325 or email kristar@quintewest.ca.


Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward TV Bingo

Cogeco YourTV Quinte Ontario

Help the animals in the shelter and win money. TV Bingo is played on Cogeco YourTV Quinte on channels 4, 700 and 100. Tickets are $4.50 for a booklet of three to play seven games. The jackpot starts at $450 and increases by $50 each week until it is won. Visit our website for a list of retailers to purchase your tickets.


The Gilmour Project at Empire Theatre

The Empire Theatre 321 Front St., Belleville

This concert will be divided into two sets: The first set will be Dark Side Of The Moon, and the second will be a performance of various musical masterpieces from David Gilmour’s/Pink Floyd. The Gilmour Project is the only band since Blue Floyd in 2000 endeavoring to take these songs ‘out’, speaking in jazz protocol, without disregarding the cherished classic hooks, licks and musical phrases.