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Family Day fun all weekend in the County

Family Day weekend fun began in Sophiasburgh on Saturday but outdoor winter carnival activities were curtailed due to warmer than usual temperatures. The town hall at Demorestville was the gathering place for families, as planned hockey tournament and skating fun were cancelled due to slushy conditions on the ice pad behind the hall. Inside, there […]

Warm weather for Family Day weekend prompts water safety statement

Quinte Conservation has issued a water safety statement as local temperatures for the weekend and into next week are forecast to be above normal. The statement indicates that high flows, unsafe banks, melting ice or other factors could be dangerous, but flooding is not expected. This statement is valid until Feb. 23. “We are urging […]

Seedy Saturday a promise that spring is on the way

County residents and visitors trudging through the snow for this weekend’s Seedy Saturday event will swap, share, learn and get a jump on spring garden plans. Prince Edward County’s eighth annual celebration of seeds has found a new home to accommodate the growing enthusiasm from the community. On Saturday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., […]

Angler reels in big prize for small fish

Saturday’s weather was perfect for anglers of all ages to drop their lines in the 8th annual Merland Park Ice Fishing Derby. Hosted by Merland Park’s Jennifer and Kevin Lavers, the event is known for its many ice games, which kick off with the Shirt Off – Fish On competition where participants fish shirtless for […]

Snowfall of 15-25cm expected for the County

UPDATE: Snow expected to taper off toward midnight. Environment Canada says Monday brings a 40 per cent chance of flurries in the morning, clearing late in the afternoon and more flurries overnight. A snowfall warning is expected to continue until midnight for Prince Edward County. Environment Canada says snow will continue, falling heavily at times, late […]

Students encouraged to complete the 150 Literacy Challenge

More than 60 school children from CML Snider school in Wellington met award-winning children’s illustrator Bill Slavin at the Wellington Public Library on Wednesday. Slavin visited the library in support of MP Neil Ellis’s Bay of Quinte Canada 150 Literacy Challenge. The students, quizzed by Whitney Shantz, Youth Coordinator for the Prince Edward County Public […]


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