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Mon - Jan 01
  Blood Donor Clinic in Belleville

Give the gift of life this holiday season at a blood donor clinic at the Belleville Fish and Game Club on Jan. 1 from noon to 3 p.m. Book your appointment online at www.blood.ca or call 1-888-2DONATE.

Mon - Jan 01
  Vocalese Community Choir - Brighton
The "Vocalese" Brighton Community Choir practices every Monday night from 7 to 9 p.m., commencing the month of September through to April, at the Trinity St. Andrew's United Church, Prince Edward St., Brighton. The choir performs a Christmas and Spring concert every year. Please come and join our fun loving group. New members are always welcome.
Mon - Jan 01
9:00 AM
  Artisan workshop - Codrington Community Centre
Mondays, Artisans can exhibit their work in a citizen workshop at the Codrington Community Centre. Every Monday morning at 9am, people who do any kind of art or craft are encouraged to spend time together and help or be helped by others with their craft. There is no set charge for the events but residents are encouraged to donate $1 for the use of hall. The event is open to the public and the weekly workshops begin this morning and will run Monday mornings starting at 9 am.
Tue - Jan 02
  Colborne - Community Kids Zone
Colborne - Community Kids Zone Prospect Church in Colborne is welcoming all kids between the ages of 5and 12 to attend the Community Kids Zone every Tuesday from 3 pm to 4:45. Activities include crafts,snacks, games and life lessons. Also available are staff to assist with homework.All kids from all communities are welcome. Help us make this program a huge success. Find us at Prospect community Church at 75 King East at the corner of Elgin.
Tue - Jan 02
  THE JAM at The Arts Club - Brighton
If you like JAZZ you will love THE JAM. The Jam is a club for jazz musicians that gathers and performs every Tuesday evening at The Arts Club in Brighton. The Jam takes place in The Arts Club Back Stage Theatre, a special sound stage which is often used for recording sessions and music videos. Its acoustics and atmosphere emulates a cross between the intimate Jazz clubs of New Orleans and an underground Greenich Village Cafe. A great venue to listen to live music. The Jam brings talented musicians together to create Jazz that will keep your toes a tapping. So join us for an evening of hot Jazz on Tuesday nights. The Jam starts at 7pm and costs $6 including a draw ticket. Info at 613-475-9900 or TheArtsClub.ca
Wed - Jan 03
  St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga
St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga Gentle Yoga, ideal for seniors and beginners but adaptable for any yoga level. These classes focus on stretching your mind, spirit and body! Taught by Alexandria Barker, a certified instructor with 12 years experience. Clessas take place every Wednesday at 4 p.m. Pay by the class or the month, with discounted price for multiple classes. Come join! Call Alexandria at 613-475-3867
Wed - Jan 03 -- Thu - Jan 04
  Belleville Warm Rooms Open in Extreme Cold

The Canadian Mental Health Association-HPE will operate a warm room Jan. 3 and 4 from 8 p.m. to 8:30 a.m. at 41 Octavia St. in Belleville, for anyone in need.

Hours of operation for Saturday will be announced, if the extreme cold continues.

The CMHA will provide after-hours homeless emergency services for Hastings County. If you are homeless and require help with shelter please call 1-877-528-9514

The Salvation Army will operate a warm room from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at 295 Pinnacle St. in downtown Belleville, including a free hot meal.

Wed - Jan 03
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Books to Go-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children presents: Books to Go This early literacy based program will focus on having fun with songs, nursery rhymes and books. Each month features a seasonal theme and a special gift a book for your child to take home. Wednesdays from 11:00 am to noon at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Wed - Jan 03
6:00 PM
  Brighton Lions Club Bingo
Every Wednesday is Lions Club Bingo!! Come out to the Brighton Community Centre for a great night. Doors open at 6pm and the Zips (quick games) start at 6:45. There will be a Bonanza, Jackpot and Special games as well. Brighton's Lions Club is commited to community involvement and raising money to help people in the area.
Wed - Jan 03
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  Brighton and Presqu'ile Railway Assotiation - Model Trains
Brighton has an model train club which meets every Wednesday,7-9 PM, above the Trinity St. Andrew's Clothing Depot on Prince Edward St. The Club is presently constructing a modular layout and invites anyone who may consider joining the Club to come and see what is going on. The 17 members also talk about and photograph railroads, watch rail videos and take occasional field trips. President Robert Coker- 613-394-5494
Thu - Jan 04
  Campbellford Kinette Bingo
Campbellford Kinette Bingo Every Thursday at the Campbellford Arena. Bingo starts at 7pm - doors open at 5pm. Jackpot of $1000 in 54 numbers or less, back up prize of $200. We now have a new "winner take all game" - Come and join the fun
Thu - Jan 04
  Pipes and Drums - Brighton Legion Highlanders
Pipes and Drums - Brighton Legion Highlanders Brighton Legions Highlanders are recruiting new members for pipes and drums. Lessons are free and no experience is necessary. Open to all ages. Lessons are once a week on Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm at the Brighton Legion. Come and check us out!
Thu - Jan 04
  The PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile Monthly Meetings
The PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile invites retired or semi-retired people (singles or couples) to our monthly meetings. Held the third Wednesday every month at the King Edward Park Community Centre, Brighton. 9:30 - 12 noon Program: Savour the County with their wines Contact: Jean 613-242-5387 or visit our website "http://www.probusnorthumberland.com"
Fri - Jan 05
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children hosts Play Group at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne on Fridays from 10:00 am to noon. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Sat - Jan 06
  Brighton Legion - Meat Draw
The Branch 100 Royal Canadian Brighton Legion has a Meat Draw every Saturday afternoon at 3 pm. The "$5 Across the Board" gives you a ticket to each item. Looney and Toonie draws of 3 tickets. All for 22 fresh items of meat of your choice. Included are 2 premium cuts at draw #11 before the break and again on draw #22. They're asking that comrades, neighbors, campers and friends all come for an afternoon of fun and friendship.
Sat - Jan 06
  Colborne Legion - Saturday meat draw
Saturday meat draw Get to the meat draws every Saturday afternoon in the Colborne Legion clubroom, 92 King St. E.. Win up to three pieces of meat at 3 p.m., three pieces at 4 p.m. and again at 5 p.m. for just $2 each hour (and five tickets per draw). You don't have to be a member to drop in!
Sun - Jan 07
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  Clay Target Shooting
The Quinte Trap Club gets together every Sunday from 10am till 2pm to practice skeet shooting. Tournaments and other in house competitions are to be announced. Visit www.quintetrapclub.com for more information
Mon - Jan 08
  Vocalese Community Choir - Brighton
The "Vocalese" Brighton Community Choir practices every Monday night from 7 to 9 p.m., commencing the month of September through to April, at the Trinity St. Andrew's United Church, Prince Edward St., Brighton. The choir performs a Christmas and Spring concert every year. Please come and join our fun loving group. New members are always welcome.
Mon - Jan 08
9:00 AM
  Artisan workshop - Codrington Community Centre
Mondays, Artisans can exhibit their work in a citizen workshop at the Codrington Community Centre. Every Monday morning at 9am, people who do any kind of art or craft are encouraged to spend time together and help or be helped by others with their craft. There is no set charge for the events but residents are encouraged to donate $1 for the use of hall. The event is open to the public and the weekly workshops begin this morning and will run Monday mornings starting at 9 am.
Tue - Jan 09
  CARP Coffee and Chat in Belleville

Join the CARP - Greater Bay of Quinte (Chapter 39) for a coffee and chat on Jan. 9 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the multipurpose room at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre in Belleville.

Tue - Jan 09
  THE JAM at The Arts Club - Brighton
If you like JAZZ you will love THE JAM. The Jam is a club for jazz musicians that gathers and performs every Tuesday evening at The Arts Club in Brighton. The Jam takes place in The Arts Club Back Stage Theatre, a special sound stage which is often used for recording sessions and music videos. Its acoustics and atmosphere emulates a cross between the intimate Jazz clubs of New Orleans and an underground Greenich Village Cafe. A great venue to listen to live music. The Jam brings talented musicians together to create Jazz that will keep your toes a tapping. So join us for an evening of hot Jazz on Tuesday nights. The Jam starts at 7pm and costs $6 including a draw ticket. Info at 613-475-9900 or TheArtsClub.ca
Tue - Jan 09
  Colborne - Community Kids Zone
Colborne - Community Kids Zone Prospect Church in Colborne is welcoming all kids between the ages of 5and 12 to attend the Community Kids Zone every Tuesday from 3 pm to 4:45. Activities include crafts,snacks, games and life lessons. Also available are staff to assist with homework.All kids from all communities are welcome. Help us make this program a huge success. Find us at Prospect community Church at 75 King East at the corner of Elgin.
Wed - Jan 10
  Free Web Workshop at Belleville Library

Join the Belleville Public Library for bi-weekly drop-in workshops starting Jan. 10 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Learn to surf the Internet, browse Facebook, practice file management and more. Each week will focus on a new topic. Learn more call calling 613-968-6731 ext. 2037.

Wed - Jan 10
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Books to Go-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children presents: Books to Go This early literacy based program will focus on having fun with songs, nursery rhymes and books. Each month features a seasonal theme and a special gift a book for your child to take home. Wednesdays from 11:00 am to noon at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Wed - Jan 10
  Codrington WI ROSE Event

Codrington WI is hosting a ROSE (Rural Ontario Sharing Education) event on Jan 10 at 7:15 p.m. at the Codrington Community Hall. Kim Carr from the Colborne Lions Club will talk about the raising of funds to provide service dogs in Northumberland County. Everybody is welcome, refreshments will be served.

Wed - Jan 10
  St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga
St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga Gentle Yoga, ideal for seniors and beginners but adaptable for any yoga level. These classes focus on stretching your mind, spirit and body! Taught by Alexandria Barker, a certified instructor with 12 years experience. Clessas take place every Wednesday at 4 p.m. Pay by the class or the month, with discounted price for multiple classes. Come join! Call Alexandria at 613-475-3867
Wed - Jan 10
6:00 PM
  Brighton Lions Club Bingo
Every Wednesday is Lions Club Bingo!! Come out to the Brighton Community Centre for a great night. Doors open at 6pm and the Zips (quick games) start at 6:45. There will be a Bonanza, Jackpot and Special games as well. Brighton's Lions Club is commited to community involvement and raising money to help people in the area.
Wed - Jan 10
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  Brighton and Presqu'ile Railway Assotiation - Model Trains
Brighton has an model train club which meets every Wednesday,7-9 PM, above the Trinity St. Andrew's Clothing Depot on Prince Edward St. The Club is presently constructing a modular layout and invites anyone who may consider joining the Club to come and see what is going on. The 17 members also talk about and photograph railroads, watch rail videos and take occasional field trips. President Robert Coker- 613-394-5494
Thu - Jan 11
  The PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile Monthly Meetings
The PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile invites retired or semi-retired people (singles or couples) to our monthly meetings. Held the third Wednesday every month at the King Edward Park Community Centre, Brighton. 9:30 - 12 noon Program: Savour the County with their wines Contact: Jean 613-242-5387 or visit our website "http://www.probusnorthumberland.com"
Thu - Jan 11
  Pipes and Drums - Brighton Legion Highlanders
Pipes and Drums - Brighton Legion Highlanders Brighton Legions Highlanders are recruiting new members for pipes and drums. Lessons are free and no experience is necessary. Open to all ages. Lessons are once a week on Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm at the Brighton Legion. Come and check us out!
Thu - Jan 11
  Campbellford Kinette Bingo
Campbellford Kinette Bingo Every Thursday at the Campbellford Arena. Bingo starts at 7pm - doors open at 5pm. Jackpot of $1000 in 54 numbers or less, back up prize of $200. We now have a new "winner take all game" - Come and join the fun
Thu - Jan 11
  Opening Reception - Parrott Gallery

“Laurine Sage: A Retrospective” and “Passing Through,” a photographic journey by Lola Reid Allin and Bert Jenkins, will run Jan. 4 to Feb. 15 at the Parrott Gallery, Belleville Public Library. Join us for the opening reception on Jan. 11 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. To learn more, call 613-968-6731 ext. 2040 or email gallery@bellevillelibrary.ca.

Fri - Jan 12
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children hosts Play Group at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne on Fridays from 10:00 am to noon. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Fri - Jan 12 -- Sun - Jan 14
  Brighton/Trenton Co-Host Fairfield Marriott Challenge

Join the Brighton and Trenton curling clubs as they co-host the Fairfield Marriott Challenge, a provincial curling bonspiel, Jan. 12 to 14. The event brings 32 of the best mens teams from across the province to Quinte - First two sets on Friday at 6:30 p.m., Saturday's games run 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday's semi-final games will be played at 9:30 a.m. The championship games for all four divisions are in Brighton at 2 p.m.

Sat - Jan 13
  Colborne Legion - Saturday meat draw
Saturday meat draw Get to the meat draws every Saturday afternoon in the Colborne Legion clubroom, 92 King St. E.. Win up to three pieces of meat at 3 p.m., three pieces at 4 p.m. and again at 5 p.m. for just $2 each hour (and five tickets per draw). You don't have to be a member to drop in!
Sat - Jan 13
  Brighton Legion - Meat Draw
The Branch 100 Royal Canadian Brighton Legion has a Meat Draw every Saturday afternoon at 3 pm. The "$5 Across the Board" gives you a ticket to each item. Looney and Toonie draws of 3 tickets. All for 22 fresh items of meat of your choice. Included are 2 premium cuts at draw #11 before the break and again on draw #22. They're asking that comrades, neighbors, campers and friends all come for an afternoon of fun and friendship.
Sat - Jan 13
  Pink in the Rink at QSWC

Join the AAA Quinte Red Devils as they take on the Central Ontario Wolves for Pink in the Rink at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre's Family Dental pad (rink A) on Jan. 13 at 2:15 p.m. Wear pink and help support breast cancer survivors and their families in our community!

Sun - Jan 14
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  Clay Target Shooting
The Quinte Trap Club gets together every Sunday from 10am till 2pm to practice skeet shooting. Tournaments and other in house competitions are to be announced. Visit www.quintetrapclub.com for more information
Mon - Jan 15
  Vocalese Community Choir - Brighton
The "Vocalese" Brighton Community Choir practices every Monday night from 7 to 9 p.m., commencing the month of September through to April, at the Trinity St. Andrew's United Church, Prince Edward St., Brighton. The choir performs a Christmas and Spring concert every year. Please come and join our fun loving group. New members are always welcome.
Mon - Jan 15
9:00 AM
  Artisan workshop - Codrington Community Centre
Mondays, Artisans can exhibit their work in a citizen workshop at the Codrington Community Centre. Every Monday morning at 9am, people who do any kind of art or craft are encouraged to spend time together and help or be helped by others with their craft. There is no set charge for the events but residents are encouraged to donate $1 for the use of hall. The event is open to the public and the weekly workshops begin this morning and will run Monday mornings starting at 9 am.
Tue - Jan 16
  THE JAM at The Arts Club - Brighton
If you like JAZZ you will love THE JAM. The Jam is a club for jazz musicians that gathers and performs every Tuesday evening at The Arts Club in Brighton. The Jam takes place in The Arts Club Back Stage Theatre, a special sound stage which is often used for recording sessions and music videos. Its acoustics and atmosphere emulates a cross between the intimate Jazz clubs of New Orleans and an underground Greenich Village Cafe. A great venue to listen to live music. The Jam brings talented musicians together to create Jazz that will keep your toes a tapping. So join us for an evening of hot Jazz on Tuesday nights. The Jam starts at 7pm and costs $6 including a draw ticket. Info at 613-475-9900 or TheArtsClub.ca
Tue - Jan 16
  Colborne - Community Kids Zone
Colborne - Community Kids Zone Prospect Church in Colborne is welcoming all kids between the ages of 5and 12 to attend the Community Kids Zone every Tuesday from 3 pm to 4:45. Activities include crafts,snacks, games and life lessons. Also available are staff to assist with homework.All kids from all communities are welcome. Help us make this program a huge success. Find us at Prospect community Church at 75 King East at the corner of Elgin.
Tue - Jan 16
  Cramahe January Horticultural Meeting

Join the Cramahe Horticultural Society for their January general meeting on Jan. 16. The afternoon meeting will feature speaker David Rettalick, everything you always wanted to know about pruning.

Wed - Jan 17
  St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga
St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga Gentle Yoga, ideal for seniors and beginners but adaptable for any yoga level. These classes focus on stretching your mind, spirit and body! Taught by Alexandria Barker, a certified instructor with 12 years experience. Clessas take place every Wednesday at 4 p.m. Pay by the class or the month, with discounted price for multiple classes. Come join! Call Alexandria at 613-475-3867
Wed - Jan 17
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Books to Go-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children presents: Books to Go This early literacy based program will focus on having fun with songs, nursery rhymes and books. Each month features a seasonal theme and a special gift a book for your child to take home. Wednesdays from 11:00 am to noon at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Wed - Jan 17
  Creative Café Drop-in
Social art & craft drop-in, this group will meet once a month to work on individual projects and socialize. Tea & coffee will be provided. It is all about sharing techniques and ideas, relaxing and meeting new people. Tuesdays 1-3pm Fee: $2.00 January 17, 2017 February 21, 2017 March 21, 2017 Location: CCN’s Activity Centre – 46 Prince Edward Street, Unit #14, Brighton, Ontario To register, please call Gail at 613-475-4190
Wed - Jan 17
6:00 PM
  Brighton Lions Club Bingo
Every Wednesday is Lions Club Bingo!! Come out to the Brighton Community Centre for a great night. Doors open at 6pm and the Zips (quick games) start at 6:45. There will be a Bonanza, Jackpot and Special games as well. Brighton's Lions Club is commited to community involvement and raising money to help people in the area.
Wed - Jan 17
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  Brighton and Presqu'ile Railway Assotiation - Model Trains
Brighton has an model train club which meets every Wednesday,7-9 PM, above the Trinity St. Andrew's Clothing Depot on Prince Edward St. The Club is presently constructing a modular layout and invites anyone who may consider joining the Club to come and see what is going on. The 17 members also talk about and photograph railroads, watch rail videos and take occasional field trips. President Robert Coker- 613-394-5494
Thu - Jan 18
  Campbellford Kinette Bingo
Campbellford Kinette Bingo Every Thursday at the Campbellford Arena. Bingo starts at 7pm - doors open at 5pm. Jackpot of $1000 in 54 numbers or less, back up prize of $200. We now have a new "winner take all game" - Come and join the fun
Thu - Jan 18
  Estate Planning Workshop at Belleville Library

Join financial advisor Galen Nuttall for a free estate planning workshop in the third floor meeting room of the Belleville Public Library on Jan. 18 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. No registration needed. Call 613-968-6731 ext. 2037 for more information.

Thu - Jan 18
  Pipes and Drums - Brighton Legion Highlanders
Pipes and Drums - Brighton Legion Highlanders Brighton Legions Highlanders are recruiting new members for pipes and drums. Lessons are free and no experience is necessary. Open to all ages. Lessons are once a week on Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm at the Brighton Legion. Come and check us out!
Thu - Jan 18
  The PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile Monthly Meetings
The PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile invites retired or semi-retired people (singles or couples) to our monthly meetings. Held the third Wednesday every month at the King Edward Park Community Centre, Brighton. 9:30 - 12 noon Program: Savour the County with their wines Contact: Jean 613-242-5387 or visit our website "http://www.probusnorthumberland.com"
Fri - Jan 19
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children hosts Play Group at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne on Fridays from 10:00 am to noon. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Sat - Jan 20
  Karaoke Night at Brighton Legion

Join the Brighton Royal Canadian Legion for karaoke night with host Terry Randall on Jan. 20 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the club room. Details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/395141907588763.

Sat - Jan 20
  Brighton Legion - Meat Draw
The Branch 100 Royal Canadian Brighton Legion has a Meat Draw every Saturday afternoon at 3 pm. The "$5 Across the Board" gives you a ticket to each item. Looney and Toonie draws of 3 tickets. All for 22 fresh items of meat of your choice. Included are 2 premium cuts at draw #11 before the break and again on draw #22. They're asking that comrades, neighbors, campers and friends all come for an afternoon of fun and friendship.
Sat - Jan 20
  Colborne Legion - Saturday meat draw
Saturday meat draw Get to the meat draws every Saturday afternoon in the Colborne Legion clubroom, 92 King St. E.. Win up to three pieces of meat at 3 p.m., three pieces at 4 p.m. and again at 5 p.m. for just $2 each hour (and five tickets per draw). You don't have to be a member to drop in!
Sun - Jan 21
  Ladies Auxiliary Breakfast at Brighton Legion

Join the Brighton Royal Canadian Legion for their ladies auxiliary gourmet breakfast on Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Admission just $8 per person.

Sun - Jan 21
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  Clay Target Shooting
The Quinte Trap Club gets together every Sunday from 10am till 2pm to practice skeet shooting. Tournaments and other in house competitions are to be announced. Visit www.quintetrapclub.com for more information
Mon - Jan 22
  Vocalese Community Choir - Brighton
The "Vocalese" Brighton Community Choir practices every Monday night from 7 to 9 p.m., commencing the month of September through to April, at the Trinity St. Andrew's United Church, Prince Edward St., Brighton. The choir performs a Christmas and Spring concert every year. Please come and join our fun loving group. New members are always welcome.
Mon - Jan 22
9:00 AM
  Artisan workshop - Codrington Community Centre
Mondays, Artisans can exhibit their work in a citizen workshop at the Codrington Community Centre. Every Monday morning at 9am, people who do any kind of art or craft are encouraged to spend time together and help or be helped by others with their craft. There is no set charge for the events but residents are encouraged to donate $1 for the use of hall. The event is open to the public and the weekly workshops begin this morning and will run Monday mornings starting at 9 am.
Tue - Jan 23
  Colborne - Community Kids Zone
Colborne - Community Kids Zone Prospect Church in Colborne is welcoming all kids between the ages of 5and 12 to attend the Community Kids Zone every Tuesday from 3 pm to 4:45. Activities include crafts,snacks, games and life lessons. Also available are staff to assist with homework.All kids from all communities are welcome. Help us make this program a huge success. Find us at Prospect community Church at 75 King East at the corner of Elgin.
Tue - Jan 23
  THE JAM at The Arts Club - Brighton
If you like JAZZ you will love THE JAM. The Jam is a club for jazz musicians that gathers and performs every Tuesday evening at The Arts Club in Brighton. The Jam takes place in The Arts Club Back Stage Theatre, a special sound stage which is often used for recording sessions and music videos. Its acoustics and atmosphere emulates a cross between the intimate Jazz clubs of New Orleans and an underground Greenich Village Cafe. A great venue to listen to live music. The Jam brings talented musicians together to create Jazz that will keep your toes a tapping. So join us for an evening of hot Jazz on Tuesday nights. The Jam starts at 7pm and costs $6 including a draw ticket. Info at 613-475-9900 or TheArtsClub.ca
Wed - Jan 24
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Books to Go-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children presents: Books to Go This early literacy based program will focus on having fun with songs, nursery rhymes and books. Each month features a seasonal theme and a special gift a book for your child to take home. Wednesdays from 11:00 am to noon at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Wed - Jan 24
  Brighton Legion Halloween Dinner/Dance
Friday October 28th the Brighton Legion is hosting a Halloween dinner/dance, featuring A new rock n roll duo "Bit of "Nostalgia". Prizes for best costumes! Tickets on sale $18.00 in advance at the legion pub room. Roast beast dinner!
Wed - Jan 24
  ellevegas IV: The Big Band Sessions
The Quinte Arts Council Presents: Bellevegas IV: The Big Band Sessions will be held Saturday, November 5, 7:30 pm at The Empire Theatre in Belleville, featuring the fabulous Dan Shaer Big Band and some very talented vocalists: Jeanette Arsenault, Lenni Stewart, Wendy Shaer, Susan Walsh, Kim Dafoe, Debra Tosh, Jenn Miller, Tim Campbell, Tim Hunt, John Miller, Sonya Zaback and Freddie Vette (who will also host the event). Tickets are $25, $20 for students and QAC members, and are on sale at the Empire Theatre in Belleville, 613-969-0099, www.theempiretheatre.com. Some tickets are also on sale at the QAC Gallery and Gift Shop, 36 Bridge St. East, Belleville. For more information, call 613-962-1232.
Wed - Jan 24
  St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga
St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga Gentle Yoga, ideal for seniors and beginners but adaptable for any yoga level. These classes focus on stretching your mind, spirit and body! Taught by Alexandria Barker, a certified instructor with 12 years experience. Clessas take place every Wednesday at 4 p.m. Pay by the class or the month, with discounted price for multiple classes. Come join! Call Alexandria at 613-475-3867
Wed - Jan 24
6:00 PM
  Brighton Lions Club Bingo
Every Wednesday is Lions Club Bingo!! Come out to the Brighton Community Centre for a great night. Doors open at 6pm and the Zips (quick games) start at 6:45. There will be a Bonanza, Jackpot and Special games as well. Brighton's Lions Club is commited to community involvement and raising money to help people in the area.
Wed - Jan 24
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  Brighton and Presqu'ile Railway Assotiation - Model Trains
Brighton has an model train club which meets every Wednesday,7-9 PM, above the Trinity St. Andrew's Clothing Depot on Prince Edward St. The Club is presently constructing a modular layout and invites anyone who may consider joining the Club to come and see what is going on. The 17 members also talk about and photograph railroads, watch rail videos and take occasional field trips. President Robert Coker- 613-394-5494
Thu - Jan 25
  The PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile Monthly Meetings
The PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile invites retired or semi-retired people (singles or couples) to our monthly meetings. Held the third Wednesday every month at the King Edward Park Community Centre, Brighton. 9:30 - 12 noon Program: Savour the County with their wines Contact: Jean 613-242-5387 or visit our website "http://www.probusnorthumberland.com"
Thu - Jan 25
  Campbellford Kinette Bingo
Campbellford Kinette Bingo Every Thursday at the Campbellford Arena. Bingo starts at 7pm - doors open at 5pm. Jackpot of $1000 in 54 numbers or less, back up prize of $200. We now have a new "winner take all game" - Come and join the fun
Thu - Jan 25
  Pipes and Drums - Brighton Legion Highlanders
Pipes and Drums - Brighton Legion Highlanders Brighton Legions Highlanders are recruiting new members for pipes and drums. Lessons are free and no experience is necessary. Open to all ages. Lessons are once a week on Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm at the Brighton Legion. Come and check us out!
Fri - Jan 26
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children hosts Play Group at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne on Fridays from 10:00 am to noon. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Sat - Jan 27
  Robbie Burns Dinner/Dance at Brighton Legion

Join the Brighton Royal Canadian Legion for their Robbie Burns dinner/dance on Jan. 27. A Scottish menu with haggis and entertainment by D.J. Bert Shutler. Tickets just $20 each. Details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/520179735034414.

Sat - Jan 27
  Brighton Legion - Meat Draw
The Branch 100 Royal Canadian Brighton Legion has a Meat Draw every Saturday afternoon at 3 pm. The "$5 Across the Board" gives you a ticket to each item. Looney and Toonie draws of 3 tickets. All for 22 fresh items of meat of your choice. Included are 2 premium cuts at draw #11 before the break and again on draw #22. They're asking that comrades, neighbors, campers and friends all come for an afternoon of fun and friendship.
Sat - Jan 27
  Colborne Legion - Saturday meat draw
Saturday meat draw Get to the meat draws every Saturday afternoon in the Colborne Legion clubroom, 92 King St. E.. Win up to three pieces of meat at 3 p.m., three pieces at 4 p.m. and again at 5 p.m. for just $2 each hour (and five tickets per draw). You don't have to be a member to drop in!
Sat - Jan 27
  Hawthorn Herbals at Belleville Library

Join Hawthorn Herbals’ Tamara Segal for a workshop on alternative remedies at the Belleville Public Library on Jan. 27 at 2 p.m. Herbs, Health and the Elements - It'll include local, wild and easily accessible herbs and foods in our area. No registration required. Details by calling Information Services at 613-968-6731 ext. 2037.

Sun - Jan 28
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  Clay Target Shooting
The Quinte Trap Club gets together every Sunday from 10am till 2pm to practice skeet shooting. Tournaments and other in house competitions are to be announced. Visit www.quintetrapclub.com for more information
Mon - Jan 29
  Vocalese Community Choir - Brighton
The "Vocalese" Brighton Community Choir practices every Monday night from 7 to 9 p.m., commencing the month of September through to April, at the Trinity St. Andrew's United Church, Prince Edward St., Brighton. The choir performs a Christmas and Spring concert every year. Please come and join our fun loving group. New members are always welcome.
Mon - Jan 29
9:00 AM
  Artisan workshop - Codrington Community Centre
Mondays, Artisans can exhibit their work in a citizen workshop at the Codrington Community Centre. Every Monday morning at 9am, people who do any kind of art or craft are encouraged to spend time together and help or be helped by others with their craft. There is no set charge for the events but residents are encouraged to donate $1 for the use of hall. The event is open to the public and the weekly workshops begin this morning and will run Monday mornings starting at 9 am.
Tue - Jan 30
  Colborne - Community Kids Zone
Colborne - Community Kids Zone Prospect Church in Colborne is welcoming all kids between the ages of 5and 12 to attend the Community Kids Zone every Tuesday from 3 pm to 4:45. Activities include crafts,snacks, games and life lessons. Also available are staff to assist with homework.All kids from all communities are welcome. Help us make this program a huge success. Find us at Prospect community Church at 75 King East at the corner of Elgin.
Tue - Jan 30
  THE JAM at The Arts Club - Brighton
If you like JAZZ you will love THE JAM. The Jam is a club for jazz musicians that gathers and performs every Tuesday evening at The Arts Club in Brighton. The Jam takes place in The Arts Club Back Stage Theatre, a special sound stage which is often used for recording sessions and music videos. Its acoustics and atmosphere emulates a cross between the intimate Jazz clubs of New Orleans and an underground Greenich Village Cafe. A great venue to listen to live music. The Jam brings talented musicians together to create Jazz that will keep your toes a tapping. So join us for an evening of hot Jazz on Tuesday nights. The Jam starts at 7pm and costs $6 including a draw ticket. Info at 613-475-9900 or TheArtsClub.ca
Wed - Jan 31
  Northumberland Cares for Children-Books to Go-Colborne
Northumberland Cares for Children presents: Books to Go This early literacy based program will focus on having fun with songs, nursery rhymes and books. Each month features a seasonal theme and a special gift a book for your child to take home. Wednesdays from 11:00 am to noon at Colborne Public School, 8 Alfred Street, Colborne. For more information please contact Cheryl McMurray, Northumberland Child Development Centre, 905-885-8137 x209 or toll free at 1-866-218-1427. cheryl@ncdcent.com
Wed - Jan 31
  St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga
St Paul's Anglican Church in Brighton - Gentle Yoga Gentle Yoga, ideal for seniors and beginners but adaptable for any yoga level. These classes focus on stretching your mind, spirit and body! Taught by Alexandria Barker, a certified instructor with 12 years experience. Clessas take place every Wednesday at 4 p.m. Pay by the class or the month, with discounted price for multiple classes. Come join! Call Alexandria at 613-475-3867
Wed - Jan 31
6:00 PM
  Brighton Lions Club Bingo
Every Wednesday is Lions Club Bingo!! Come out to the Brighton Community Centre for a great night. Doors open at 6pm and the Zips (quick games) start at 6:45. There will be a Bonanza, Jackpot and Special games as well. Brighton's Lions Club is commited to community involvement and raising money to help people in the area.
Wed - Jan 31
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  Brighton and Presqu'ile Railway Assotiation - Model Trains
Brighton has an model train club which meets every Wednesday,7-9 PM, above the Trinity St. Andrew's Clothing Depot on Prince Edward St. The Club is presently constructing a modular layout and invites anyone who may consider joining the Club to come and see what is going on. The 17 members also talk about and photograph railroads, watch rail videos and take occasional field trips. President Robert Coker- 613-394-5494