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Petticoat Lane’s One Month Before Christmas Sale!

It's never too early to start your Christmas shopping! On Friday November 27th and Saturday November 28th, there will be 50% off on everything in the shop! Find us at 25 Munroe Street, Cobourg, across from No Frills (phone 905-372-9002). Managed by the Northumberland Hills Hospital Auxiliary, all sales proceeds are donated to the hospital.


Ceramic Exploration for the Garden with Andrea Piller

County Arts Lab 206 Main Street, Unit 1E, Picton, Ontario, Canada

Join Andrea Piller for a 6-week course on ceramic hand building techniques using red earthenware clay. Earthenware can be used to make bells, pots, birds or any other sculptural pieces you can imagine! All materials are provided and no experience is necessary.



Duet Art Show at QAC Gallery

Quinte Arts Council Gallery 36 Bridge St. E., Belleville, Ontario, Canada

The first Duet show and sale at the QAC Gallery in 2023! See the works of Hugh Perry and Bev Shepherd. Enjoy their artistic interpretations of the world. Opening reception on April 6th from 4-6 pm.


Millbrook Farmers’ Market

Millbrook/South Cavan Public School 47 Tupper Street, Millbrook, Ontario, Canada

The Millbrook Farmers Market brings together food producers, bakers, local artisans and prepared food vendors on Sundays from April to October at the Millbrook/South Cavan Public School.


Belleville Farmers’ Market

Belleville Market Square Pinnacle Street, Ontario, Canada

The Belleville Farmers Market was established in 1816. It is open year-round to bring together local farmers and food producers to offer the best in local seasonal produce, including fruits and vegetables, microgreens, unpasteurized honey and skin care, gourmet mushrooms, ecologically-raised meat, baking and jams, crafts, and more.


Campbellford Farmers’ Market

River & Front Streets - Campbellford River & Front Streets, Campbellford, Ontario, Canada

The Campbellford Farmers' Market starts the first week of May and runs until the end of October. We are located at the corner of River and Front Streets in Campbellford, Ontario (in the parking lot across from the TD Bank). We offer a variety of vegetables, plants, cut flowers, fruits, meats, crafts, preserves, maple syrup, honey and home baking - locally grown, made and raised.


Front Street Farmers’ Market (Trenton)

67 Front Street Trenton, ON 67 Front Street, Trenton, Ontario, Canada

The Front Street Farmers’ Market is beautifully nestled along the Trent Severn Waterway at 67 Front St. in downtown Trenton. Visitors can find a wide variety of artisanal and produce vendors with products ranging from fruits, veggies, crafts to baked goods and more. 


Cobourg Farmers’ Market

Rotary Harbourfront Park 35 Albert Street, Cobourg, Ontario

One of the oldest markets in Ontario, Cobourg’s Farmers’ Market was established in 1839 and offers locally grown and certified organic produce, crafts, flowers, plants, cheese, farm fresh meats, breads, pastries, and other delectables.


Port Hope Farmers’ Market

56 Queen Street, Port Hope 56 Queen Street, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada

If you are looking for farm fresh produce and meats, home made preserves and baking, as well as hand-crafted treasures, be sure to visit this weekly market.


Codrington Farmers’ Market

2992 County Rd. 30 2992 County Rd. 30, Codrington, Ontario, Canada

Since its opening in 2015, the Codrington Farmers’ Market established itself as one of the region’s premier weekly destinations. Our market is in the heart of agricultural land and our vendors showcase their locally grown produce surrounded by farms.