Events

May 18

L&A County Markets

May 18th - October 13th

Various Locations, Lennox & Addington

Lennox & Addington County is home to many growers, crafters and artisans. A number of markets are available in L&A where you can take home some unique goods. Markets are happening on weekends on Amherst Island, Amherstview, Bath, Napanee and Yarker. More details are available below.

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June 18

The Creation of the Lost Villages

June 18th

7:00 pm

97 Thomas Street East, Napanee

It's sure to be an informative evening at the next edition of Tuesday Night at the Museum. On Tuesday, June 18th at 7pm, Jim Brownell presents The Creation of the Lost Villages.

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June 19

Community Foundation For Lennox & Addington Fundraiasing Tournament

June 19th

12:00 pm

201 County Road 8, Napanee

Come out and join us in our efforts to continue helping: social services, arts and culture, health, education, recreation, the environment, youth, and senior services throughout Lennox and Addington County! Tickets $100 per player, includes: power cart, golf, lunch and dinner.

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June 21

North American Gaeltacht's AGM & Immersion Weekend

June 21st - June 23rd

298 Gilmore Road, Tamworth

Don't miss the North American Gaeltacht's AGM and Immersion Weekend! All events on Friday and Sunday are free. Tickets may be purchased for lunch ($10) and supper ($25) on Saturday. There is also a charge for the entertainment and Céilí on Saturday night ($10). Camping on site may be coordinated through Aralt Mac Giolla Chainnigh (aralt@gaeilge.ca).

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June 22

Trail Building Day in Flinton

June 22nd

8:30 am

72 Edward Street, Flinton

L&A County's brand new County Forest Trails are almost ready! Join us at Trail Building Day in Flinton on Saturday, June 22nd from 8:30am - 1pm.

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June 22

Art, Language, Music & Culture Celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day and The International Year of Indigenous Language

June 22nd

97 Thomas St E, Napanee

In recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day and 2019 being The International Year of Indigenous Languages, join us on June 22nd for a day celebrating Indigenous Languages and Culture. A children’s Indigenous art activity will start the day at 10:00am followed by a talk hosted by Joe Brown on the reclamation of Mohawk Language at 11:00am.

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June 22

Mosaic Mirror Workshop

June 22nd

11:00 am

3 Dundas Street East, Napanee

Lansing Gifts & Gallery is hosting a workshop. In this workshop you will be creating a 15" x 15" mosaic mirror project. You will learn to cut with a glass cutter and mosaic cutter to create a piece. Patterns used are those of the imagination of the student. The options are endless. All materials are provided and no experience is necessary. Cost is $115.00 + HST.

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June 22

Cloyne Pioneer Museum: Season Opening!

June 22nd

14238 Highway 41, Cloyne

The Cloyne Pioneer Museum opens for the season on June 22nd. Coupe de Ville (formerly the Pickled Chicken Band) are booked as the house band. The 2020 Heritage calendar featuring local schools that are "No Longer" will be launched.  For more information visit pioneer.mazinaw.on.ca.

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June 22

Astrophotographers Assemble

June 22nd

7980 County Road 41, Erinsville, ON

The Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area presents "Astrophotographers Assemble". It's an informal evening where night sky photographers - from novice to expert and everyone in between - are encouraged to come out and photograph the stars overhead. 

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June 23

Live Music Sundays

June 23rd

4:00 pm

Finkle's Shore Park, Bath

Live Music Sundays is a weekly event in the Village of Bath. Come join us as we promote a variety of musicians from the local area. Lakefront views, music, and food! 

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June 25

Book Talk: Woodwork in Historic Buildings of the Kingston Region

June 25th

7:00 pm

216 Church Street, Bath

The Loyalist Township Heritage Committee is hosting an informative book talk at St. John's Hall in Bath on June 25th at 7pm. Dr. Jennifer McKendry will be speaking about her new book "Woodwork in Historic Buildings of the Kingston Region". 

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June 27

Tween Night: Escape Room

June 27th

6:00 pm

Amherstview Branch, 322 Amherst Drive, Amherstview

The book-loving, crazy cat lady has been overprotective of her briefcase lately but you can solve puzzles to find out what treasure she's guarding. The treasure could be yours...if you beat the clock!

All Tween Night programs are free and take place in the Amherstview Branch for ages 7-12. 

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June 27

Teen Night: Melted Crayon Art

June 27th

6:00 pm

Napanee Branch, 25 River Road, Napanee, ON.

Come and make a fun art project that uses crayons, paint, stencils and a hair dryer. Create a melted crayon masterpiece that is unique as you are. All materials will be supplied

All teens are welcome to join this free program - and bring your friends!

All Teen Night programs take place at the Napanee Branch and are aimed at teens ages 12+.

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June 27

8 to the Bar

June 27th

7:30 pm

16 Dundas Street East, Napanee

StarStop presents 8 to the Bar at Ellena's Café on June 27th.

8 to the Bar is an 8 piece jazz ensemble from Kingston featuring 2 trumpets, 2 saxes, trombone, bass, piano and drums. The band plays recognizable great standards from the jazz catalogue such as Footprints, Blue Monk, Body and Soul, Invitation and many more including vocal standards.

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June 28

Summer's Here Stargazing Tour

June 28th - June 29th

7980 County Road 41, Erinsville, ON

Don't miss the L&A County Dark Sky Viewing Area's Summer's Here Stargazing Tour on Friday, June 28th and Saturday, June 29th.

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June 29

Our Feathered Friends: Canadian Museum of Nature Travelling Exhibition

June 29th - September 6th

97 Thomas Street East, Napanee

Watch The Museum take flight this summer! Birds are found almost everywhere: from the Arctic to the Antarctic, in jungles and cities, from oceans to deserts. They range in size from the Ostrich to the tiny Bee Hummingbird. Many are brightly coloured, but others are muted or dull. Most can fly, but some cannot. Some travel thousands of kilometres as they migrate north and south.

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June 29

Stained Glass Tapestry Panel Workshop

June 29th

11:00 am

3 Dundas Street East, Napanee

Lansing Gifts & Gallery is hosting a workshop. You will be creating a tapestry (average size 6" x 12" rectangle) using stained glass, globs and wire to create a one-of-a-kind piece. You will be taught the basics of glass cutting, foiling and soldering. All supplies are provided. All materials are provided and no experience is necessary. Cost is $75.00 + HST.

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June 29

Canada Day Weekend at UEL Campground

June 29th - June 30th

15 Park Road, Adolphustown

Celebrate Canada Day at UEL Campground!

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July 1

Greater Napanee Canada Day

July 1st

Strathcona Paper Centre, 16 McPherson Drive, Napanee

Celebrate Canada Day in Greater Napanee. There's lots going on! Admission is free. Rain or shine. Fireworks at dusk! For more information visit www.GreaterNapanee.com.

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July 1

Tamworth Canada Day

July 1st

Tamworth

Head to Tamworth for an amazing Canada Day celebration. The fun starts with a delicious Fire Department Pancake Breakfast and there'll be live music, a vendors market, car show, children's activities all day long at the ball field. Fireworks start at dusk! For more information visit www.Tamworth.ca.

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July 1

Denbigh Canada Day Fireworks

July 1st

Heritage Park, Denbigh

Head to Heritage Park in Denbigh for some Canada Day Fireworks! The fun starts at dusk.

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July 1

Canada Day in Newburgh

July 1st

5:00 pm

Conservation Park, Factory Street, Newburgh

Celebrate in Newburgh this Canada Day! The event kicks off at 5pm on July 1st with a parade starting at Newburgh Public School. There will be fire truck rides, bouncy castle, live music, games, canoe races and a barbecue at Conservation Park. Fireworks at dusk!

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July 2

Lunchtime Yoga in the Park & Paddle Boarding

July 2nd - August 20th

180 Elizabeth St., Napanee, ON

Escape the busyness of your day and enjoy a brain and body break in the beautiful parkland of the Macpherson House. Studio Yoga Yoga will be hosting these pop-up yoga sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout July and August from 12:10 - 12:50pm. Studio Yoga Yoga will be providing the yoga mats for these classes. No preregistration is required, and you are welcome to

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July 2

Succulent Fairy Gardens

July 2nd

2:00 pm

180 Elizabeth St., Napanee, ON

It’s a Demo Day at the Allan Macpherson House & Park in Napanee! On July 2nd at 2pm join Lisa Davis from Simple Country Pleasures who will be demonstrating how to create a Succulent Fairy Garden.

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July 4

Flitting and Flying with Feathered Friends: Bird Talk and Birdhouse Making

July 4th

2:00 pm

180 Elizabeth St., Napanee, ON

It’s a Demo Day at the Allan Macpherson House & Park in Napanee!  On July 4th at 2pm join Birding Expert Janet Scott, for an afternoon dedicated to our feathered friends.  Who might be in your garden and how can we make them feel welcome?

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