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Events for March 2015

Monday, March 2nd, 2015

Tulip Day!

The Lung Association's 18th annual Tulip Day Campaign is underway. We will be out in the community selling tulips March 2 - 7th at Century Place, LCBO Trenton, LCBO Bell Blvd., LCBO Rossmore and Dewe's Your Independent Grocer. Look for us. Support the Lung Association! Thanks Call 613-969-0323 for more information.

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Hospice Quinte Volunteer Training Session

Hospice Quinte's Winter Volunteer Training Session kicks off March 6th, 2015. If you are interested in taking part please contact Jan at 613 966 6610 ext 223. Hospice Volunteers are a compassionate and welcoming prescense in the lives of their patients and their families. They offer in home support and care to patients and their families in the comfort of their home.

Passport Funding Information Fairs

For People with a Developmental Disability and their Families

Passport is a Ministry of Community and Social Services program that helps adults 18 years or older with a developmental disability to participate in their communities. It also helps caregivers of an adult with a developmental disability take a break from their caregiving responsibilities.

Free Passport Information Fair near you!

Prince Edward County

Thursday, February 26, 2015 ‐ 5:00‐8:00 p.m. at The Salvation Army, 46 Elizabeth Street, Picton

Belleville‐Quinte West

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 ‐ 5:00‐8:00 p.m. at Occasions by the Bay, 980 Highway 2, Quinte West

Centre/North Hastings

Thursday, March 5, 2015 ‐ 5:00‐8:00 p.m. at Limerick Township Hall, 175 Hwy 620 (on the left side) ‐take Hwy 62 to the Coe Hill turn (junction of Hwy 620

Tulip Day!

The Lung Association's 18th annual Tulip Day Campaign is underway. We will be out in the community selling tulips March 2 - 7th at Century Place, LCBO Trenton, LCBO Bell Blvd., LCBO Rossmore and Dewe's Your Independent Grocer. Look for us. Support the Lung Association! Thanks Call 613-969-0323 for more information.

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

Tulip Day!

The Lung Association's 18th annual Tulip Day Campaign is underway. We will be out in the community selling tulips March 2 - 7th at Century Place, LCBO Trenton, LCBO Bell Blvd., LCBO Rossmore and Dewe's Your Independent Grocer. Look for us. Support the Lung Association! Thanks Call 613-969-0323 for more information.

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

Passport Funding Information Fairs

For People with a Developmental Disability and their Families

Passport is a Ministry of Community and Social Services program that helps adults 18 years or older with a developmental disability to participate in their communities. It also helps caregivers of an adult with a developmental disability take a break from their caregiving responsibilities.

Free Passport Information Fair near you!

Prince Edward County

Thursday, February 26, 2015 ‐ 5:00‐8:00 p.m. at The Salvation Army, 46 Elizabeth Street, Picton

Belleville‐Quinte West

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 ‐ 5:00‐8:00 p.m. at Occasions by the Bay, 980 Highway 2, Quinte West

Centre/North Hastings

Thursday, March 5, 2015 ‐ 5:00‐8:00 p.m. at Limerick Township Hall, 175 Hwy 620 (on the left side) ‐take Hwy 62 to the Coe Hill turn (junction of Hwy 620

Tulip Day!

The Lung Association's 18th annual Tulip Day Campaign is underway. We will be out in the community selling tulips March 2 - 7th at Century Place, LCBO Trenton, LCBO Bell Blvd., LCBO Rossmore and Dewe's Your Independent Grocer. Look for us. Support the Lung Association! Thanks Call 613-969-0323 for more information.

Hastings Stewardship Council- Winter Speaker Series

Thursday March 5 at 7 pm in Ivanhoe

ONTARIO'S IMPORTANT BIRD AREAS AND E-BIRDS ,

Mike Burrell, Ontario Important Bird Areas Coordinator for Bird Studies Canada's leading science-based bird conservation organization will speak on citizen science projects for the birds including eBird, Christmas Birds Counts, Project Feederwatch, Breeding Bird Atlases and more

For information, contact Matt Caruana at 613-391-9034

Veteran’s Memorial Hall 11379 Highway 62 in Ivanhoe, Ontario

$5.00 or donation to offset cost of event. Children Free

Pioneer Club for Kids

Pioneer Club For Kids

 

For children ages JK to Gr 6

At Maranatha Church, 100 College St, West, Belleville

Beginning Thursday, September 25, 5:15 " 7:15 pm

It's a kids' club that provides a perfect balance of life skills, scriptural education and fun activities.

Children earn cloth badge awards for completing units of bible exploration, where they learn about God, His Word and His world, and for completing life skill activities.These life skill areas include; arts, sports, music, first aid, hiking, carpentry, cooking, drama and lots more.

To register your child, call Linda Wattam at 613-848-7083 or online at maranatha-church.com/pioneer-club-registration

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Tulip Day!

The Lung Association's 18th annual Tulip Day Campaign is underway. We will be out in the community selling tulips March 2 - 7th at Century Place, LCBO Trenton, LCBO Bell Blvd., LCBO Rossmore and Dewe's Your Independent Grocer. Look for us. Support the Lung Association! Thanks Call 613-969-0323 for more information.

Saturday, March 7th, 2015

Magic O' The Mist

The Stirling Festival Theatre presents Magic O’ The Mist on Saturday March 7 at 2pm. Come and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with all things Irish with Belleville’s favourite Celtic band the Fiddleheads featuring dancers from The Kelly School of Irish Dance. All seats $20. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Tulip Day!

The Lung Association's 18th annual Tulip Day Campaign is underway. We will be out in the community selling tulips March 2 - 7th at Century Place, LCBO Trenton, LCBO Bell Blvd., LCBO Rossmore and Dewe's Your Independent Grocer. Look for us. Support the Lung Association! Thanks Call 613-969-0323 for more information.

Magic O' The Mist

The Stirling Festival Theatre presents Magic O’ The Mist on Saturday March 7 at 2pm. Come and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with all things Irish with Belleville’s favourite Celtic band the Fiddleheads featuring dancers from The Kelly School of Irish Dance. All seats $20. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Hazardous & E-Waste Drop Off in Belleville

Dispose of your hazardous and electronic waste Saturday March 7th at 75 Wallbridge Crescent in Belleville between 10am and 2pm!

Paint, stain, tvs, computers, fluorescent tubes and bulbs, batteries, household cleaners, microwaves and more!

Help us keep these items out of landfill.

Visit http://www.quinterecycling.org for details!

A Movie to Remember

Loyalist College Public Relations students are hosting a movie event on Saturday, March 7th 2015 to raise funds in support of the Alzheimer Society of Belleville-Hastings-Quinte. Come out and see the new Sony film “Chappie", from the producers of district 9! Film rated 14A.

Admission is only $10 and includes a complementary popcorn and drink. Tickets can be purchased at the Belleville-Hastings-Quinte Alzheimer’s Society office (in the Bayview Mall - 470 Dundas St East, Belleville) or at the door. Movie begins at 3:15 pm, with silent auction opening at 3:00 pm (and closing 10 minutes after movie ends). We hope you can make it out to take advantage of this great deal, while supporting a great cause!

Chappie trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6bmTNadhJE.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1572090213036029

Saturday at the Movies

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 2:00 pm

Join us in the 1st Program Room of the library as we show “Big Hero 6“ on the big screen. Check out http://www.bellevillelibrary.ca for more details or call 613-968-6731 x2235. Admission by donation.

Dinner and a Movie

Join us at The Pentecostals of Quinte for a free spaghetti dinner and screening of the movie “Home Run” as we kick off ‘Celebrate Recovery’. Saturday, March 7, 5:30pm, 490 Dundas St. West, Belleville. This program is designed to help those struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups. Come and celebrate the role that recovery plays in improving the lives of individuals, families and communities. Everyone welcome. Admission is free. Childcare available. For more information please visit our website at http://www.ilovechurch.ca, call 613-969-9999, or email cr@thepoq.com

Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Hospice Quinte's Dump the Plump Weight Loss Challenge

Let's Kick Start that New Years Resolution!

Create a team or sign up as an individual and Dump that Plump!

Register on January 13th for this 6 month weight loss challenge. Weigh ins are the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Hospice Quinte office from 8am-6pm

Prizes are awarded to every participant including the Biggest Individual Loser and Overall Team loses!

Contact Hospice Quinte for more information at 613 966 6610 ext 224

Hospice Quinte Volunteer Training Session

Hospice Quinte's Winter Volunteer Training Session kicks off March 6th, 2015. If you are interested in taking part please contact Jan at 613 966 6610 ext 223. Hospice Volunteers are a compassionate and welcoming prescense in the lives of their patients and their families. They offer in home support and care to patients and their families in the comfort of their home.

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

Bath Public School Children's Thrift Sale

Wanna PURGE your kid stuff you no longer use?

You can sign up as a seller: you bring $25 and a self-addressed stamped envelope, you tag your items, we sell it for you and mail you a cheque of your profits.

Don't want to bother tagging but still want to get rid of stuff?

Simply DONATE items.

Mar. 11th 6:30-8pm - Seller sign up and donation drop off

Mar. 28th 9am-1pm - Sale, $2 Admission (kids free)

https://www.facebook.com/events/588154964662558/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

Thursday, March 12th, 2015

Pioneer Club for Kids

Pioneer Club For Kids

 

For children ages JK to Gr 6

At Maranatha Church, 100 College St, West, Belleville

Beginning Thursday, September 25, 5:15 " 7:15 pm

It's a kids' club that provides a perfect balance of life skills, scriptural education and fun activities.

Children earn cloth badge awards for completing units of bible exploration, where they learn about God, His Word and His world, and for completing life skill activities.These life skill areas include; arts, sports, music, first aid, hiking, carpentry, cooking, drama and lots more.

To register your child, call Linda Wattam at 613-848-7083 or online at maranatha-church.com/pioneer-club-registration

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Warkworth Maple Syrup Supper

The Warkworth Maple Syrup Supper will be held on Friday March 13, 2015 at St. Paul’s United Church, 60 Main Street, Warkworth. 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Tickets are $15.00 for adults, $6.00 for children ages 6 to 12. Children under age 5 are free. For tickets and information call Janice Laver 705-924-2623, Ruth Widdowson 705-924-3843 or Don Young 705-924-3121. Tickets also available at Eclectic Mix in Warkworth. Come and enjoy the delicious dinner and famous desserts that this church is known for.

Saturday, March 14th, 2015

St. Patrick's Day Open Mic & Dance

Celebrate with music and song with Cathy Whalen and friends. Bring your favorite Irish dishes (and more) and your dancing shoes.

Potluck Dinner 5-6:00 P.M.

St. Edmund Parish Hall

Stoco, Ontario

Good will offering

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Kittyspiel

A ladies cat themed bonspiel as a fundraiser for Loyalist Humane Society in Picton at the Prince Edward Curling Club. It will be a purrfect day of fun. Costumes are encouraged, and prizes will be awarded to all participants for this fundraiser. Entry forms are available by contacting: cynthiamillingtonj@loyalistc.on.ca

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

A Look for Lungs

Explore downtown Belleville in search of hidden gems in support of the Lung Association (Hastings Branch). Join us at Belleville's Market Square Saturday March 14th 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Receive your passport-style booklet and begin your scavenger hunt to support a worthy cause. “A Look for Lungs” has been organized by Post-Graduate Public Relations students at Loyalist College. Passports are $5 per adult, $2 per child and $10 for a family of five. Completed passport will have a chance to win a gift basket valued at approximately $250. For more information, please email alookforlungs@gmail.com. And remember - if you can't breathe, nothing else matters!

Sunday, March 15th, 2015

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Monday, March 16th, 2015

March Break Program: The Puppet Tamer

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 3:00 pm

Ages: 4 & up

Kick off March Break with the Puppet Tamer Tim Holland and his ferocious and uncooperative puppets! Tickets $2.50 each(3 and under are free).

Call 613-968-6731 x2235 for more details.

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

General Meeting at Belleville Fish and Game Club

March 16, 2015 Start time 7:00pm

Don’t miss this informative marine and water safety presentation by the Odessa Safety Unit OPP

For details please contact the club at:(613) 966-6731.

Thank you for your membership and support.

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

Hospice Quinte Volunteer Training Session

Hospice Quinte's Winter Volunteer Training Session kicks off March 6th, 2015. If you are interested in taking part please contact Jan at 613 966 6610 ext 223. Hospice Volunteers are a compassionate and welcoming prescense in the lives of their patients and their families. They offer in home support and care to patients and their families in the comfort of their home.

March Break Program: Wii Dance Off

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 2:00 pm

Ages: 8-12

So you think you can dance? Get your groove on to tunes from Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams and many more from Just Dance 2015!

Space is limited so call 613-968-6731 x2235 to register!

March Break Program: Irish for a Day!

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 10:00 am

Ages: 3-7

Dancing with The Kelly School of Irish Dance and stories from the Emerald Isle. What better way to spend St. Patrick's Day! Wear something green!

Space is limited so call 613-968-6731 x2235 to register!

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

March Break Program: Puppet Making

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 10:30 am OR 2:00 pm

Ages: 4-12

Inspired by The Puppet Tamer? Everyone loves puppet play so come and make your own sock puppet or Minecraft puppet!

Space is limited so call 613-968-6731 x2235 to register!

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

TRENTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Meeting

The Trenton Horticultural Society meets monthly on the third Thursday of most months at Trenton United Church, 85 Dundas St. East, Trenton. Guests are always welcome. Annual membership is $15.

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

March Break Program: Angry Birds

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 2:00pm

Ages: 8-12

You've played the game online. Now come and play it for real.

Space is limited so call 613-968-6731 x2235 to register!

March Break Program: Birds of a Feather!

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 10:30 am

Ages: 4-7

Cheep, tweet and chirp with us! Enjoy stories and songs then make your own feathered friend to fly home with you!

Space is limited so call 613-968-6731 x2235 to register!

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Seniors 50+ Showcase Information Fair

Seniors 50+ Showcase Information Fair

Cost: Free

Date: March 19, 2015

Time: 11 am to 3 pm

Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville

65+ Exhibitors

Seminars & Fitness Demonstrations

Fashion Show by: Julia’s Womens Wear

Complimentary refreshments

Information: 613-966-4632

This event hosted by the City of Belleville in partnership with

the Older Adult Centres’ Association of Ontario

and sponsored by the Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat.

Pioneer Club for Kids

Pioneer Club For Kids

 

For children ages JK to Gr 6

At Maranatha Church, 100 College St, West, Belleville

Beginning Thursday, September 25, 5:15 " 7:15 pm

It's a kids' club that provides a perfect balance of life skills, scriptural education and fun activities.

Children earn cloth badge awards for completing units of bible exploration, where they learn about God, His Word and His world, and for completing life skill activities.These life skill areas include; arts, sports, music, first aid, hiking, carpentry, cooking, drama and lots more.

To register your child, call Linda Wattam at 613-848-7083 or online at maranatha-church.com/pioneer-club-registration

Friday, March 20th, 2015

Superhero Day at the Stirling Library

Drop in to the Stirling Library from 10-2 for some Superhero fun! Games, puzzles, activities, crafts and stories will be available for kids to enjoy. Come dressed as your favourite Superhero!

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Magic of Reading

Magic will be in the air on Friday, March 20th from 10am to 11am at Madoc Public Library . To celebrate the March Break, award winning magician Ian Crawford will be presenting “The Magic of Reading”. This exciting, laugh filled 50 minute magic show is designed specifically to help kids celebrate reading and explore the magic in every book. Using magic, storytelling, ventriloquism and lots of audience participation, kids will have so much fun they won't even know they're learning about the library, books and reading. This is a free event for all ages.

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

March Break Program: Minecraft Party

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 10:30 am

All Ages

Watch our skit, "Steve & the Beanstalk: A Minecraft Tale", Then enjoy games and music! Refreshments to follow.

Space is limited so call 613-968-6731 x2235 to register!

Saturday, March 21st, 2015

Family Fun Concert: Giggle and Stomp

Canadian Federation of University Women Belleville District & The Belleville Public Library presents: Giggle and Stomp!

Place: Belleville Public Library, 254 Pinnacle St. Belleville

Time: 11:00 or 1:30 shows

Tickets: $5 (under age 2 - free. All children must be accompanied by an adult)

Available to purchase at the Reader's Advisory Desk. Call 613-968-6731 x2235.

Have you ever explored the fascinating world of percussion instruments? Discover sounds that will make you laugh, and rhythms that will get you dancing! Playing percussion instruments is so much fun! But watch out, with Thierry and Bruno, you have to keep the beat. A production of Jeunesses Musicales Canada.

Hey kids, bring a comfy cushion....and enjoy McDonald's refreshments after the show!

Matthews Table Saturday luncheon

St. Matthews United Church at 25 Holloway street Belleville welcomes everyone to Matthews Table Saturday luncheon...This event takes place on Saturday March 21st from 11am to 1:00pm at st. Matthews united Church...everyone is welcomes and best of all it's always free...for details you can contact st. mattehws united church office at 613-967-1511 ext. 4. Elevator available

K9 Crusaders - Rescued Dogs Adopt-A-Thon and Bake Sale

Come meet our rescued dogs now available for adoption.

Buy a baked treat and support the work of K9Crusaders - The Voice That Speaks For Those Who Can't.

http://www.k9c.ca/

Thank you to the staff at Pet Valu in Belleville for hosting this event.

Saturday March 21st 10am - 6pm

365 N. Front St.

Belleville, Ontario

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Patsy Cline Tribute

Crazy for Patsy Cline featuring Debbie Drummond & The Inclines @ The Frankford Legion Saturday March 21,2015. Dinner & Show. Dinner 6P.M. Show @ 8P.M.. Tickets $25.00 per person Call 613-398-7866

PLease advertise as much as possible please before the event. Thank You Barbara

A Tale Of Knights

The Stirling Festival Theatre Young Company presents A Tale of Knights written by Ken MacDougall. A young farmhand dreams of being a Knight. He leaves the farm in pursuit of his Knight Vision! Along the way, we meet a mixed bag of Knights (Sir Plus, Sir Real, Sir Cumference, etc) This is an epic tale of Heroes, Princesses and a Knight competition where the winner gets a “Sir Prize”! Family fun during the March Break! All Seats are $10. For ticket information call our Box Office 613-395-2100 or 1-877-312-1162 and speak to one of our Sales Associates or book online at http://www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com

Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

Leap Into Spring at the Frink Centre

Join Quinte Conservation and Friends of the Frink at this year’s Leap Into Spring event on March 22. Visitors can watch as the history of making maple syrup comes to life. There will be guided hikes through the sugar bush, outdoor displays, sales of pancakes and maple products and people can even learn how to tap a tree.

DATE: Sunday, March 22, 2015

LOCATION: HR Frink Conservation Area and Outdoor Education Centre, 381 Thrasher Road, Plainfield

TIME: 11:00 am " 3:00 pm

ADMISSION: $5 per person, $10 per family, $20 per group

Proceeds from admission and maple product sales go to Friends of the Frink and any money raised from pancake sales go to a local youth group.

The HR Frink Conservation Area has been used an outdoor education centre for local school boards since 1972 and is visited by 15,000 students a year. The area was named after Herbert Frink, a well-known local educator and conservationist who was an advocate of outdoor education. The Conservation Area is also open to the public. A highlight is the 500-metre Wetland Ecology Boardwalk.

Since 1993, the Friends of the Frink Centre have played an important role by consolidating community support for the HR Frink Conservation Area and Outdoor Education Centre and providing the funding necessary for special projects such as the Wetland Ecology Boardwalk and the Sustainability Demonstration Site/Washroom Facility.

Quinte Conservation is a community-based environmental protection agency. It serves 18 municipalities in the watersheds of the Moira, Napanee and Salmon Rivers and Prince Edward County. It provides cost-effective environmental expertise and leadership. Quinte Conservation’s main goal is to create a sustainable ecosystem where people and nature live in harmony. More information about Quinte Conservation is available at http://www.quinteconservation.ca.

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Women Build

Please join us for our Women's Week. The Women Build is an initiative that allows women the opportunity to be onsite, an opportunity they might normally shy away from. No experience is necessary!

This fundraising initiative will allow women to volunteer their time to be on site for a minimum donation of $50 as well as raising money via pledges. If $100 in pledge funds is raised, the registration fee will be waived.

We also need corporate sponsors, if you can't be onsite why not be a sponsor? Not only are there monetary sponsorship opportunities but we need lunch sponsors as well.

Visit our Facebook page, our website: http://www.habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415 for more details!

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

Habitat for Humanity Women Build Trenton 2015

Join us March 23rd through March 27th as we roll up our sleeves for our 4th Women Build for Habitat for Humanity Prince Edward Hastings. For more info and to sign up yourself or your team visit habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415. We Can Do It!

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Habitat for Humanity Women Build Trenton 2015

Join us March 23rd through March 27th as we roll up our sleeves for our 4th Women Build for Habitat for Humanity Prince Edward Hastings. For more info and to sign up yourself or your team visit habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415. We Can Do It!

Quinte Search and Rescue

Quinte Search and Rescue will be holding a public information meeting at the Quinte West council chambers from 6 - 8 pm on Tuesday March 24. This session is to provide information about this unit of the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary and the role of the rescue boat to be stationed at the new Trent Port Marina. Come out and learn about volunteers saving lives on the water.

Women Build

Please join us for our Women's Week. The Women Build is an initiative that allows women the opportunity to be onsite, an opportunity they might normally shy away from. No experience is necessary!

This fundraising initiative will allow women to volunteer their time to be on site for a minimum donation of $50 as well as raising money via pledges. If $100 in pledge funds is raised, the registration fee will be waived.

We also need corporate sponsors, if you can't be onsite why not be a sponsor? Not only are there monetary sponsorship opportunities but we need lunch sponsors as well.

Visit our Facebook page, our website: http://www.habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415 for more details!

Afternoon Book Club

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 2:00 " 3:00 pm

The Afternoon Book Club meets on the fourth Tuesday in the Board Room on the second floor. This month we will be discussing “The Silent Wife" by A.S.A. Harrison. Everyone is welcome - find your new favourite author - make new friends! Call 613-968-6731x2235 or visit http://www.bellevillelibrary.ca.

Hospice Quinte Volunteer Training Session

Hospice Quinte's Winter Volunteer Training Session kicks off March 6th, 2015. If you are interested in taking part please contact Jan at 613 966 6610 ext 223. Hospice Volunteers are a compassionate and welcoming prescense in the lives of their patients and their families. They offer in home support and care to patients and their families in the comfort of their home.

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Habitat for Humanity Women Build Trenton 2015

Join us March 23rd through March 27th as we roll up our sleeves for our 4th Women Build for Habitat for Humanity Prince Edward Hastings. For more info and to sign up yourself or your team visit habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415. We Can Do It!

Women Build

Please join us for our Women's Week. The Women Build is an initiative that allows women the opportunity to be onsite, an opportunity they might normally shy away from. No experience is necessary!

This fundraising initiative will allow women to volunteer their time to be on site for a minimum donation of $50 as well as raising money via pledges. If $100 in pledge funds is raised, the registration fee will be waived.

We also need corporate sponsors, if you can't be onsite why not be a sponsor? Not only are there monetary sponsorship opportunities but we need lunch sponsors as well.

Visit our Facebook page, our website: http://www.habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415 for more details!

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Preparing For Emerald Ash Borer

The Prince Edward Stewardship Council presents a very informative evening on the invasion of this very destructive pest which is coming to an Ash tree near you. Learn what and where this pest is now and how you can prepare for the potentially costly consequences on your lot or in your woodlot.

When: Wed., March 25 @ 7:30 p.m.

Where: Bloomfield Town Hall

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

BGH Volunteer Intake/Information Session

Belleville General Hospital Auxiliary needs Volunteers. If you have 2-4 hours/week to give, please come and join us at at 265 Dundas St. E., 2nd Fl., Volunteer Office at 1:30 p.m. We will be discussing and answering questions about Volunteering opportunities. If you are unable to attend and want information on how to become a volunteer, please call 613-969-7400 Ext 2297 or visit us at qhc.on.ca/volunteer. We need you as a Volunteer.

Thursday, March 26th, 2015

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Habitat Family Selection Information Session

Starting in January 2015, Habitat for Humanity will be hosting Family Selection information sessions on the fourth Thursday of every month. If you have lived in the Hastings or Prince Edward area for the last year, are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, steadily employed but can't afford or obtain a conventional mortgage and you are living somewhere that doesn't meet your families needs then come to an information session. You may be eligible to become a Habitat partner family! Join us on Thursday at 7pm at Habitat for Humanity Prince Edward-Hastings, 365 Bell Blvd, Belleville. Further information: 613-969-1415

Pioneer Club for Kids

Pioneer Club For Kids

 

For children ages JK to Gr 6

At Maranatha Church, 100 College St, West, Belleville

Beginning Thursday, September 25, 5:15 " 7:15 pm

It's a kids' club that provides a perfect balance of life skills, scriptural education and fun activities.

Children earn cloth badge awards for completing units of bible exploration, where they learn about God, His Word and His world, and for completing life skill activities.These life skill areas include; arts, sports, music, first aid, hiking, carpentry, cooking, drama and lots more.

To register your child, call Linda Wattam at 613-848-7083 or online at maranatha-church.com/pioneer-club-registration

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

Women Build

Please join us for our Women's Week. The Women Build is an initiative that allows women the opportunity to be onsite, an opportunity they might normally shy away from. No experience is necessary!

This fundraising initiative will allow women to volunteer their time to be on site for a minimum donation of $50 as well as raising money via pledges. If $100 in pledge funds is raised, the registration fee will be waived.

We also need corporate sponsors, if you can't be onsite why not be a sponsor? Not only are there monetary sponsorship opportunities but we need lunch sponsors as well.

Visit our Facebook page, our website: http://www.habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415 for more details!

Habitat for Humanity Women Build Trenton 2015

Join us March 23rd through March 27th as we roll up our sleeves for our 4th Women Build for Habitat for Humanity Prince Edward Hastings. For more info and to sign up yourself or your team visit habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415. We Can Do It!

Friday, March 27th, 2015

Habitat for Humanity Women Build Trenton 2015

Join us March 23rd through March 27th as we roll up our sleeves for our 4th Women Build for Habitat for Humanity Prince Edward Hastings. For more info and to sign up yourself or your team visit habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415. We Can Do It!

Family Fun Night at the Museum

The Trenton Military Family Resource Centre and the National Air Force Museum of Canada are hosting their first ever Family Fun Night! The night at the museum, sponsored by A&W Trenton, is open to all ages and will include interactive tours of the museum and a dance.

Your family will have the chance to discover and explore the National Air Force Museum of Canada like no one has before, with history coming alive right before your eyes! The Great Root Bear, also known as Rooty, the A&W mascot will join you as you dance amongst the old planes to the best live DJ music with your family and friends. Rooty and A&W Trenton owner Bryan Rhodes will be there to award door prizes and make sure every child and youth goes home with a treat.

There will be a special scavenger hunt to uncover sweet surprises and other fun games where children and youth can win prizes. A canteen will also be available for guests to enjoy a snack and quench their thirst. Admission is a $5 donation per family. The admission fee is in support of the Museum. Proceeds from the canteen will benefit the Trenton MFRC Youth Centre.

What: Family Fun Night at the National Air Force Museum

When: Friday, March 27

Museum tours & Scavenger hunt 5:30 " 7:30 p.m.

Dance 7:30 " 9 p.m.

Where: National Air Force Museum of Canada

220 RCAF Road

Trenton, ON

K0K 3W0

Who: All ages " a great night out for the whole family

Cost: $5 donation per family at the door

For more information on this event please contact Amy LeGresley, Youth and Personal Development Coordinator for the Trenton MFRC " (613) 965-3575 or AmyL1@cogeco.net.

Batteries Dead? Recycle Instead!

During the Week of March 16th, and March 23rd, residents throughout the entire Quinte Waste Solutions’ service area will be encouraged to recycle all of their single-use household batteries. A battery bag was mailed to residents on March 5th. Any resident who did not receive a battery bag can pick one up at their municipal office.

Municipalities include:

City of Belleville, Centre Hastings, Marmora & Lake, Madoc Township, Prince Edward County, Stirling-Rawdon, Quinte West, Tyendinaga Township, and Tweed.

Step 1 ��" Place used or unwanted single-use, dry cell batteries inside the Battery Recycling Bag that you will receive in your mailbox on March 5th.

Step 2 ��" Read the instructions on the bag carefully, fill the bag with your batteries, and seal the battery bag using the zip tab.

Step 3 ��" Place sealed battery bag on top of your curbside recycling box on your collection day that falls during the week of March 16th or March 23rd, 2015.

visit: http://quinterecycling.org/batteries-dead-recycle-instead/ for details or call us at 613-394-6266

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Messy Church

Christ church Anglican in partnership with St. Matthews united Church at 39 Everett Street Belleville invites everyone to join us for Messy Church...This event is for all ages and includes Games, arts, craft, Music and a video production of Holy Moly...a supper will be provided as well...for more information contact Christ church Anglican at 613-968-3474. We also inclourage Parents, Guardians and Grandparents to be a part of this event

Women's Roller Derby Info Sessions

Women's Roller Derby Info Session

Friday March 27 6pm Susanna Moodie Elementary School

Sunday March 29 2-4pm Travelodge Belleville

Come out and learn all about roller derby, meet our team, try on some gear and sign up for our

Learn to Skate Camp/Fresh Meat Intake starting in April.

SmileGuard Custom Mouth Guards & Twelve Thirty Four Skate Co will be there with all the gear you will need!

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Women Build

Please join us for our Women's Week. The Women Build is an initiative that allows women the opportunity to be onsite, an opportunity they might normally shy away from. No experience is necessary!

This fundraising initiative will allow women to volunteer their time to be on site for a minimum donation of $50 as well as raising money via pledges. If $100 in pledge funds is raised, the registration fee will be waived.

We also need corporate sponsors, if you can't be onsite why not be a sponsor? Not only are there monetary sponsorship opportunities but we need lunch sponsors as well.

Visit our Facebook page, our website: http://www.habitatpeh.org or call 613-969-1415 for more details!

Fish Fry And All The Trimmings!

All you can eat MIke Mundell's fish and chips, salad, baked beans, dessert, and beverage, on Feb. 27th from 5 to 7 PM .

At St. John's Anglican Church, 115 Durham St. N in Madoc.

Adults $14, Children under 12 $7, A family rate (with children under 12) $40 and preschool children free.

Saturday, March 28th, 2015

Electronics Recycling Event

Albert College students are holding an Electronics Recycling Event on March 28 and 29 from 9am until 4pm at Albert College, 160 Dundas Street West, Belleville. All proceeds will benefit the Quinte Humane Society and Albert College Grad Class of 2015. Come on out and help our four legged friends. Bring in any old electronics gathering dust and taking up space! For a complete list of accepted electronics please go to recycleyourelectronics.ca

7th Town Historical Society March Presentation

7th Town Historical Society

Invites You To A Public Presentation

Topic: Monuments--What they can tell us: not just names and dates

Speaker: Gary Foster President of Campbell Monument

When: Saturday, March 28, 2015

Time: 1:30 p.m.

Location: Ameliasburgh Community Hall

13 Coleman St., Ameliasburgh ON

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Castleton United Church Roast Beef Dinner

Castleton United Church Roast Beef Dinner

1815 Percy St.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

5 to 7:30 pm

Musical Entertainment by Cheryl Casselman, Howard Baer, Tim Sanders, Al Farenbach

Adults: $15

Children ages 6 to 12 yrs. $6

Children under 5 FREE

Tickets available at Castleton General Store or Downey Pharmacy in Colborne or call Marion 905-344 " 7601 or Linda 905-344-5084 or Church office 905 " 349 -2736

No Native Dancers & Drummers will be at this event.

Pancake Breackfast

Moria # 11 will have A pancake breakfast held at Belleville Masonic

Temple 132 Foster Ave

All you can eat

Cost of $7.00 per adult $4.00 under !2 years

Pancakes, Sausage, Home Fries, Coffee, Tea & Juice

Date March 28th 2015 8 am - 11 am.

Everyone welcome

Bath Public School Children's Thrift Sale

Hi, Can you PLEASE change my ad so it reads:

9am-1pm, 247 Church St. Bath, $2 Admission (kids free)

Amazing deals on kids clothes, toys, books, footwear, games, maternity wear and much more! Definitely worth checking out! Cash or credit only.

https://www.facebook.com/events/588154964662558/

Bath Public School Children's Thrift Sale

Wanna PURGE your kid stuff you no longer use?

You can sign up as a seller: you bring $25 and a self-addressed stamped envelope, you tag your items, we sell it for you and mail you a cheque of your profits.

Don't want to bother tagging but still want to get rid of stuff?

Simply DONATE items.

Mar. 11th 6:30-8pm - Seller sign up and donation drop off

Mar. 28th 9am-1pm - Sale, $2 Admission (kids free)

https://www.facebook.com/events/588154964662558/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

Romeo & Juliet Zodiac Singles Dance

Love* is in the Stars! Singles Dance Party, Sat March 28th 2015.

Top floor,Trenton Legion 9pm-1am.

Dance the night away with us. Enjoy all Request Music and a Night to remember. Sat March 28th! Top Floor, Trenton Legion, 9pm-1am, back entrance.

Everyone Welcome! DJ Mr Music, Low Legion bar prices, Huge dance floor, 50/50, Mixed crowd of all ages, dress code is wear anything comfortable, preferably no ball caps, $10 cover. No tickets are needed in advance.

Castleton United Church Roast Beef Dinner

Castleton United Church Roast Beef Dinner

1815 Percy St.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

5 to 7:30 pm

Musical Entertainment by Cheryl Casselman , Howard Baer, Tim Sanders, Al Farenbach along with Native Dancers & Drummers!

Adults: $15

Children ages 6 to 12 yrs. $6

Children under 5 FREE

Tickets available at Castleton General Store or Downey Pharmacy in Colborne or call Marion 905-344 " 7601 or Linda 905-344-5084 or Church office 905 " 349 -2736

Sunday, March 29th, 2015

Electronics Recycling Event

Albert College students are holding an Electronics Recycling Event on March 28 and 29 from 9am until 4pm at Albert College, 160 Dundas Street West, Belleville. All proceeds will benefit the Quinte Humane Society and Albert College Grad Class of 2015. Come on out and help our four legged friends. Bring in any old electronics gathering dust and taking up space! For a complete list of accepted electronics please go to recycleyourelectronics.ca

So You Think You Can Skate!

Prince Edward County Skating Club will be hosting their carnival this year. So You Think You Can Skate!! March 29th at 3pm at the Essroc Arena in Wellington. Guest Skaters will be international Free Skate Pairs Competitors Hope McLean & local skater from Brighton Trennt Michaud as well as the Prince Edward County Skating Club Skaters. Admission is at the door. $5 per person u12 free.

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Women's Roller Derby Info Sessions

Women's Roller Derby Info Session

Friday March 27 6pm Susanna Moodie Elementary School

Sunday March 29 2-4pm Travelodge Belleville

Come out and learn all about roller derby, meet our team, try on some gear and sign up for our

Learn to Skate Camp/Fresh Meat Intake starting in April.

SmileGuard Custom Mouth Guards & Twelve Thirty Four Skate Co will be there with all the gear you will need!

Sportsman Show at Belleville Fish and Game Club

Sportsman Show at the Belleville Fish and Game Club

Doors open at 10 am until 2 pm, cost is $5 at the door.

Bring a non perishable item for Gleaners Food bank and you will be entered into a door prize draw.

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

It's A Spring Thing !

Sunday afternoon, March 29, Central Hastings Support Network in Madoc hosts its first major fundraiser of the year, featuring men's apparel from Laftertty's Crossings of Belleville with fashions for the ladies from Julia's Women's Wear of Stirling. Enyoy a tea tasting by Amazing Coffee of Madoc and a smorgasbord of sweet treats.

Proceeds of the event support the Helping Hands Food Bank and the Public Transit system serving Comfort Country residents. Ten Dollar tickets available at the office- 151 St.Lawrence St.East or call 613 473 5255 - or at the door starting at 1:30 p.m. at the Kiwanis Centre Madoc. 50/50 tickets are now available.

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Fireside Book Club

Place: Belleville Public Library

Time: 6:30-7:30 pm

The Fireside Book Club meets at the fireplace on the main floor of the library on the last Monday of each month. This month we will be discussing "The Aviators Wife" by Melanie Benjamin. Everyone is welcome - find your new favourite author - make new friends! Call 613-968-6731x2235 or visit http://www.bellevillelibrary.ca.

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

Hospice Quinte Volunteer Training Session

Hospice Quinte's Winter Volunteer Training Session kicks off March 6th, 2015. If you are interested in taking part please contact Jan at 613 966 6610 ext 223. Hospice Volunteers are a compassionate and welcoming prescense in the lives of their patients and their families. They offer in home support and care to patients and their families in the comfort of their home.

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon

Order your Rain Barrels

Rain barrels drastically reduce runoff with low costs and minimal maintenance.  They are simple to install and suitable for almost any home.  They store relatively clean (and unchlorinated) water for use on lawns and garden, and can lower water bills and demands on the city water system, especially during peak summer periods.  Order your rain barrel today by visiting www.rainbarrel.ca/qhcs Pick them up at Quinte Christian on May 2 from 10AM"12 Noon


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