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Public welcome to join tree planting events Sept. 28 and Oct. 1

Public welcome to join tree planting events Sept. 28 and Oct. 1

The Millennium Trail planting is set for Wednesday, September 28 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. – made possible with a grant from Tree Canada and the LCBO. The tree planting event planned for Wilkinson Memorial Park Oct. 1 begins at 10 a.m. and is in partnership with Tree Canada and the LCBO. The event […]

Join County naturalists on 'Zoom' exploration of Millennium Trail

Join County naturalists on ‘Zoom’ exploration of Millennium Trail

Join the Prince Edward County Field Naturalists via ‘Zoom’ as they welcome local naturalist, writer, and Millennium Trail walker Terry Sprague speaking about the trail – its history, human and natural, and its uses, past and present. Email gerry.jenkison@icloud.com for the link to the presentation Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m.

Make a smudge feather at Bloomfield Library Sept. 28

Make a smudge feather at Bloomfield Library Sept. 28

Engage with traditional teachings around smudging, medicines and create a smudge feather with Melanie Grey Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 2 p.m. in the Bloomfield Library. Registration required. Click here

Library hosting three Women Killing It Festival events

Library hosting three Women Killing It Festival events

Women will be ‘killing it’ in Prince Edward County during three events for this year’s Women Killing It Crime Writers’ Festival, hosted by the Prince Edward County Public Library. The festival has been on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but returns with events Sept. 24, 29 and Oct. 1. All events are free of […]

Ameliasburgh all-candidates' meeting Sept. 26

Ameliasburgh all-candidates’ meeting Sept. 26

The Rednersville Branch Women’s Institute is hosting an all-candidates meeting for ward 4 Ameliasburgh on Monday, Sept. 26 from 6 to – 9:30 p.m. at the Ameliasburgh Town Hall. The W.I. asks visitors to hand in written questions to the representative at the door. A mayoral candidates’ debate has also been set for Wednesday, Oct. […]

Sign up to Keep Kids Warm

Sign up to Keep Kids Warm

Prince Edward County Ontario Provincial Police and volunteers are gearing up to help keep County kids warmer this winter. The Keep Kids Warm program supports working families and those in need of assistance by providing coats, boots, hats and mitts, free of charge. Past program years have assisted more than 100 children here in the […]

September seniors' action includes Tai Chi, nature webinars, socials

September seniors’ action includes Tai Chi, nature webinars, socials

Prince Edward Community Care’s Seniors’ Active Living programs in September continue using Zoom webinars and all seniors 60+ are welcome to attend free of charge. The other option is to call in and participate on a phone (no computer required for this). Active Living Programs are available for seniors 60+ five days/week Prince Edward Community […]

Join in on free family hike to spot birds and butterflies

Join in on free family hike to spot birds and butterflies

Join Quinte Conservation and the Picton Kiwanis Club for a guided hike at Macaulay Mountain to learn about migratory birds and monarch butterflies on the move in September All are invited to this free-of-charge event Saturday, Sept. 17 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Macaulay Mountain, 224 County Road 8, to search for the […]

Volunteers invited to help clean up County's south shore

Volunteers invited to help clean up County’s south shore

930 pounds. That’s how much garbage that almost 70 people collected throughout the south shore of Prince Edward County one sunny September morning in 2021. For World Clean Up Day 2022, South Shore Joint Initiative (SSJI) is once again inviting volunteers of all ages to help Clean Up the County’s south shore. Everyone is invited […]

Register for 55-Alive mature driving course

Register for 55-Alive mature driving course

Community Care for Seniors is hosting a driver refresher course developed by the Canada Safety Council, designed to help older drivers improve skills. To register, call 613-476-7493.

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