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ROC'N Revue at the Regent Thursday

ROC’N Revue at the Regent Thursday

Book your tickets now for the fourth annual ROC’N Revue fundraising event to support the ROC and the Prince Edward County Youth Centre, a dedicated, supervised space for all teens in the County. Featuring some new acts, and a heavier focus on teens, all talent is teamed up with community coaches including: Emily Fennell, Astrid […]

Federal funding to the tune of $25,000

Federal funding to the tune of $25,000

Heritage Canada funding to the tune of $25,000 will help two Prince Edward County festivals unfold their seasons this year. Bay of Quinte MP Neil Ellis presented the Prince Edward County Festival Players $15,000 in funding toward a series of theatre presentations and the Prince Edward County Music $10,000 in support of its 2017 festival. […]

County author Janet Kellough's Wishful Seeing on Arthur Ellis Award shortlist

County author Janet Kellough’s Wishful Seeing on Arthur Ellis Award shortlist

Janet Kellough’s book ‘Wishful Seeing’ has been short-listed for a Crime Writers of Canada’s 2017 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel. The award honours excellence in Canadian crime writing. Finalists are announced late April and winners are honoured at the annual awards banquet in late May or early June. “Well, that was an interesting day. […]

Free movies, music, tv shows with your library card

Free movies, music, tv shows with your library card

All the hoopla is at the library! Thousands of movies, television shows, music albums, e-books, audio books and comics are available free of charge to library card holders. Public libraries in Prince Edward County, Trenton and Belleville and the John M. Parrott Art Gallery have partnered with hoopla digital to give customers online and mobile […]

Command Performance presents Sesquicentennial Choral Celebration

Command Performance presents Sesquicentennial Choral Celebration

The Command Performance Choir, in collaboration with the Goulbourn Jubilee Singers of Ottawa, is presenting a special Sesquicentennial Choral Celebration at the Regent Theatre, Sunday, May 14 at 2p.m. The concert will feature the music of Canada by Canadians, from early days right up to the present. A highlight of the afternoon will be the […]

Free cake for Canada Day crowds enjoying 24th annual Art in the County

Free cake for Canada Day crowds enjoying 24th annual Art in the County

When the Prince Edward Arts Council showcases the finest works of its members during this year’s 24th annual Art in the County event, they will also welcome Canada Day crowds free of charge. The Arts Council, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, will waive its $3 show admission fee and provide viewers with birthday cake […]

Town & Country Video closing is end of an era

Town & Country Video closing is end of an era

The final credits are coming up for Town & Country Video, the County’s last remaining video rental store. After almost 30 years at 130 Main St., in Picton, thousands of movies and video game rentals will be for sale – and when they’re gone, the store will be closed. Owner Gavin Bonham-Carter made the announcement […]

No rain on Easter parade and community egg hunts

No rain on Easter parade and community egg hunts

From the Easter Bunny’s lips to Mother Nature’s ear, were hopes for the rain to hold off for a glorious morning of sunshine as youngsters participated in community Easter Egg Hunts all over Prince Edward County. Following a hiatus of a few years, the Picton Firefighters Association brought Easter fun back to Benson Park Saturday morning with […]

Centennial celebration of Vimy honours 13-year-old soldier from Hillier

Centennial celebration of Vimy honours 13-year-old soldier from Hillier

The sun shone on the House of Falconer in Picton Sunday afternoon, for a special performance marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Stark contrast from a century ago when Canadian soldiers captured the strategically important ridge from the Germans in rain and sleet. Among them, one of the youngest soldiers – […]

PECI student talent shines in free production of Macbeth

PECI student talent shines in free production of Macbeth

PECI students dramatize what happens when a trio of witches predicts a brave Scottish general will become King as they present Shakespeare’s tragedy of Macbeth this weekend at the high school. Notable quotes from the play include: “Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble”; “Out, damned spot! Out, I say”; “What’s done […]

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