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Tue - May 01
  Free Prenatal Group in Amherstview

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Tuesday afternoon in Amherstview from 12:30pm to 3pm at 20 Manitou Crescent West (Lower level of Prince Edward Lennox and Addington Social Services).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Tue - May 01 -- Mon - May 07
  Hockey Coaching Course

Napanee District Minor Hockey is offering a Coaches' Course for those wishing to coach house league in the Fall. The Date is May 12- 9:30-5:00 at the Strathcona Paper Centre. Sign up by May 7 by contacting James Dacosta 613-561-8837 or email him at omha@ndmha.ca
The organization and the kids need you for the success of the program.

Tue - May 01
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Wed - May 02
  Westdale Community Kids Club
Westdale Community Kids Club (JK-Gr.5) runs every Wednesday 6:30pm at Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee (across from L&A Hospital) A free program of fun activities, upbeat music, crafts, snacks and a great time learning about God. Contact the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 02 -- Sat - May 12
  Volunteer Services (LACGH) Yard Sale

Volunteer Services to LACGH wil be hosting a Yard Sale at the Westdale Complex of LACGH on Saturday May 12 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon. We are seeking donations from the community for our Yard Sale. We welcome items such as books, plants, small kitchen appliances, dishes, tools, toys, puzzles, sports equipment,  household items, and crafts.

We cannot accept items such as flip phones, Betamax or VHS tapes, clothing, old crt-type televisions, silver tea sets, kittens (in fact - no pets or pre-school children of any kind), air conditioners, ammunition or magazines.

Items can be dropped off at the Westdale Complex (12 Richmond Park Dr.) on wednesday to friday (May 9 to 11)  from 12 noon to 4:00 PM

Wed - May 02
  Napanee Community Bingo
Every Wednesday evening starting at 7:00 at the Napanee Lions Hall. Proceeds from the Lions Club and Rotary Club's weekly BINGO goes to the community to provide funding and support for those in need. Canteen is open for a light lunch and refreshments. Must be 18 years of age.
Wed - May 02
10:30 AM
  Puppytales
Join Lily the Pug Wednesday mornings at 10:30 at the Amherstview Branch Library for a storytime with a tale wagging twist. Lily is a certified therapy dog who participates in this tradition storytime that is filled with books, rhymes, finger plays, felt stories and is followed with a simple craft.
Wed - May 02
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  The Community Closet
The Community Closet, a ministry of Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, across from L&A Hospital is open Wednesdays; except the first Wednesday each month. Good used clothing, personal items and some non-perishable food are all free of charge to anyone. Call the Church at 613-354-2669.
Thu - May 03
  Through a Lens
Youth Photography classes are coming to the Napanee Library. There are 2 6 week courses available. The first is Thursday's April 6th to May 11th. 6-7pm at the Library. Course 2: June 8th-July 13th. 6-7pm at the Napanee Library. Courses are for ages 11-15 and cost $60 dollars for the 6 weeks. Register online at www.bookking.ca/greaternapaneepub/
Thu - May 03
  Blind Draw doubles darts
Thursday Night Blind Draw Doubles Darts at the Napanee Legion, Now held downstairs at the Legion! 8pm

 

Thu - May 03
  Score a Trip to Vegas

Back by popular demand! The Raiders are selling tickets for a chance to win a trip for two, to Las Vegas. Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased at Gray's IDA or AM Sports.

Thu - May 03
  Free Prenatal Group in Napanee

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Thursday afternoon in Napanee from 12:30pm to 3pm at 465 Advance Avenue (at Lennox and Addington Resources for Children).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Thu - May 03
  Napanee Badminton Club

Join the action at Napanee District Secondary School on Monday and Thursday nights! Bring your racket and birds on Mondays from 7:00pm-9:00pm & Thursdays from 8:00pm-9:30pm. Join for $65.00/year from September to May. Bring the famliy for just $120.00 or pay the drop-in fee of $5.00. Ages 16+ or accompanied by an adult. For more information contact Paul at paulkimmettres@hotmail.com or Alphonse at alphonse.poitras@gmail.com.

Thu - May 03
5:00 PM
  Kingston Grandmother Connection Meeting
The Kingston Grandmother Connection meets the first working Monday of each month. Our next meeting is Monday, Nov. 3. 5 pm at Ongwanada Resource Centre, 191 Portsmouth Ave. A group of women committed to helping grandmothers in Africa raising their orphaned grandchildren, through fund raising for The Stephen Lewis Foundation Grandmother to Grandmother Campaign and Help Lesotho. You do NOT have to be a grandmother to join! kingstongrandmotherconnection@gmail.com or www.g2gkingston.ca or Carolyn Chapman 613-384-9732.
Thu - May 03
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview and Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Sat - May 05
  CRCA Frog Night Hike

The entire family will enjoy an opportunity to get up close and personal with everyone's favourite hopping amphibian as part of the CRCA Frog Night Hike, which takes place Saturday, May 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area. Participants will learn about the various frog species living in the area as they take a short walk and listen for the various frog calls. To ensure we have enough hike leaders, pre-registration is required. Go to www.crca.ca/online-services to sign up. The cost is $6 per person, which includes the regular gate fee. Kids under one get in free.

Sat - May 05
  The Take Over-A local food and beverage Event

This special local food and beverage event will take place in the Lennox Agricultural Society's arena at the Napanee Fairgrounds, 170 York St., on Saturday, May 5, from 11a.m. to 7 p.m. 
Folks attending the event will have the chance to try out the best of local beer, cider, wine and other beverages, as well as the tasty wares of a selection of local food vendors. As well, The Take Over will be presenting live music from several talented local artists and bands.
Single tickets are available for $15, while groups of four can be purchased for $55. Early birds can get single tickets for $12 or $40 for a group of four before April 6, after which regular prices will be in effect. All paid tickets come with an event sample cup and 2 tokens. The Take Over is an all-ages event, with kids 12 and under getting in for free and those 13-18 getting in with a donation to the local food bank. 
Website: http://https://napaneetakeover.wixsite.com/thetakeover

Sat - May 05
  Hand-Dyed Handkerchiefs

It's sure to be a fun and informative edition of Museum Kids on May 5th at 10am. Joanne Chamberlain brings her special gift of whimsy back to the museum to show Museum Kids how to paint their very own handkerchief just in time for Mother's Day. Admission is free! For more information please visit www.CountyMuseum.ca or call 613-354-3027.

Sat - May 05
  Heritage Arts Workshop: Turn Gourds into Art

Join Joanne Chamberlain from Willowbrook Farm and learn how to turn gourds into art at the L&A County Museum & Archives on May 5th from 1:30 - 4pm. This workshop focus is on creating "life gourds". Using the gourd as the canvas, participants will depict the story of their life. The facilitator will provide ideas and drawings (if required), and at the end of the workshop participants will bring home both their gourd creation as well as the skills to make other artistic projects using gourds.  All materials are included.

The cost is $35 per person and pre-registration is required by calling 613-354-3027. Please note that this workshop is intended for people ages 14+ (not geared for children).

Sat - May 05
  CRCA Lemoine Point Tree Planting

The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority and the Friends of Lemoine Point are encouraging area residents to come out to the Lemoine Point Conservation Area on Saturday, May 5, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., to help plant trees. This ambitious reforestation initiative promotes community engagement and environmental awareness. Besides increasing the number of trees in the local ecosystem, participants will have a chance to learn about the importance of green spaces within an urban setting. Folks coming to the event are advised to bring outdoor clothing and footwear appropriate to weather conditions, work gloves, a shovel, insect repellant and sunscreen. Come to the north parking lot (Coverdale Drive entrance) to the Lemoine Point Conservation area for instructions. For more information, call Peter at (613) 389-4187 or Rick at (613) 389-3651.

Sun - May 06
  Roast beef dinner for the Mission

Full roast beef dinner at the Morningstar Mission.

59 Water Street West.

Sunday May 6th. Dinner served from 4:30pm-6:30pm. Adults $15, children 12 and under $7.

Come and enjoy a relaxing evening with family and friends. Funds will be used to support the outreach programs for the vulnrable in the community.

Mon - May 07
  Seniors Exercise Group
Monday Seniors Exercise Group at the Napanee Legion, Upstairs hall. 11am - 12pm
 
Mon - May 07
  Soup and Sandwich

Every Monday at 11:30am-1:00pm Soup n Sandwich is served at St. John's Comm. Hall on Church St. in Bath. The price is $8. and for that you get your choice of 3 Homemade Soups, 3 types of sandwiches...baked goods and Coffee or Tea! It is a wonderful community weekly event. Please come and meet us!

Mon - May 07
  L&A County Hospital Foundation Raffle

SOLD OUT!!!!!!!

Draw will be held at 22nd Annual Benefit Golf Tournament Wednesday, June 6th, 2018. You do not have to be present to win. Great prizes...Air Canada Tickets, Limo excursion, Golf packages, Spa day and many more. 

Mon - May 07 -- Sun - May 13
  Success By 6 Week

Success By 6 Week is a fun-filled week of activities designed with the youngest members of our community in mind. The week provides a variety of FREE activities that encourage simple family fun. From movies, swims, celebrity story time, moms & tots yoga and more. Stay tuned to https://www.unitedwaykfla.ca/programs/success-by-6/ for when the listing of events will be posted.

Mon - May 07
10:00 AM
  Storytime
Join Joan at the Camden East Branch Library Monday mornings at 10 for stories, finger plays, felt board stories and more. All are welcome to attend.
Tue - May 08
  Caregiver Support Groups

You don't have to do it alone. Hospice L & A is offering 2 separate, free, Caregiver support groups:one for those caring for an adult and one for those caring for a child. Groups meet on a monthly basis. Please call Lee at 613-354-3301 ext.206 to register.

Tue - May 08
  Free Prenatal Group in Amherstview

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Tuesday afternoon in Amherstview from 12:30pm to 3pm at 20 Manitou Crescent West (Lower level of Prince Edward Lennox and Addington Social Services).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Tue - May 08
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Wed - May 09
  Westdale Community Kids Club
Westdale Community Kids Club (JK-Gr.5) runs every Wednesday 6:30pm at Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee (across from L&A Hospital) A free program of fun activities, upbeat music, crafts, snacks and a great time learning about God. Contact the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 09
  Napanee Community Bingo
Every Wednesday evening starting at 7:00 at the Napanee Lions Hall. Proceeds from the Lions Club and Rotary Club's weekly BINGO goes to the community to provide funding and support for those in need. Canteen is open for a light lunch and refreshments. Must be 18 years of age.
Wed - May 09
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  The Community Closet
The Community Closet, a ministry of Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, across from L&A Hospital is open Wednesdays; except the first Wednesday each month. Good used clothing, personal items and some non-perishable food are all free of charge to anyone. Call the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 09
10:30 AM
  Puppytales
Join Lily the Pug Wednesday mornings at 10:30 at the Amherstview Branch Library for a storytime with a tale wagging twist. Lily is a certified therapy dog who participates in this tradition storytime that is filled with books, rhymes, finger plays, felt stories and is followed with a simple craft.
Thu - May 10
  Blind Draw doubles darts
Thursday Night Blind Draw Doubles Darts at the Napanee Legion, Now held downstairs at the Legion! 8pm

 

Thu - May 10
  Score a Trip to Vegas

Back by popular demand! The Raiders are selling tickets for a chance to win a trip for two, to Las Vegas. Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased at Gray's IDA or AM Sports.

Thu - May 10
  Napanee Badminton Club

Join the action at Napanee District Secondary School on Monday and Thursday nights! Bring your racket and birds on Mondays from 7:00pm-9:00pm & Thursdays from 8:00pm-9:30pm. Join for $65.00/year from September to May. Bring the famliy for just $120.00 or pay the drop-in fee of $5.00. Ages 16+ or accompanied by an adult. For more information contact Paul at paulkimmettres@hotmail.com or Alphonse at alphonse.poitras@gmail.com.

Thu - May 10 -- Sat - May 12
  Kingston Grand Theatre presents: It Was a very Good year

Back by popular demand! This show is a must see for any Sinatra fan. Our story takes place in 1993 five years before Frank’s death, with the uplifting, humorous and poignant recollections of five of Sinatra’s devoted fans who had personal interactions with him. These are intertwined with the portrayal of “the man” himself, by Kingston's own "A Bit of Nostalgia". Ryan portrays the "Young Sinatra", Reagan, "Old Blue Eyes", and John as the "Chairman of the Board". The Sinatra signature renditions, takes the audience on an unforgettable musical journey. Get an intimate insight into the “man” behind the music.

All-Star Cast includes: John Malcolm, Reagan Smith, Ryan Malcolm, Cher Lepine, Jim East, Michael K. Myers, Richard Z. Palimaka, & Walt Freeman.

May 10, 11, and 12th at the Grand Theatre. 

Tickets now on sale. Thursday, Friday & Saturday evening, and a Saturday matinee. Special discounted prices for seniors!

Proceeds support Senior's Association of Kingston Region and L&A Seniors Outreach Service. 

 

https://www.itwasaverygoodyear.biz

Thu - May 10
  Free Prenatal Group in Napanee

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Thursday afternoon in Napanee from 12:30pm to 3pm at 465 Advance Avenue (at Lennox and Addington Resources for Children).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Thu - May 10
  Through a Lens
Youth Photography classes are coming to the Napanee Library. There are 2 6 week courses available. The first is Thursday's April 6th to May 11th. 6-7pm at the Library. Course 2: June 8th-July 13th. 6-7pm at the Napanee Library. Courses are for ages 11-15 and cost $60 dollars for the 6 weeks. Register online at www.bookking.ca/greaternapaneepub/
Thu - May 10
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview and Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Sat - May 12
  Endometriosis And Me Presents: Kingston's First Annual Awareness Event

Endometriosis affects 1 in every 10 women worldwide. Even though this disease affects so many we are still faced with ignorance and lack of education about it. Endometriosis takes up to 10 years to properly diagnose. That's 10 years without adequate treatment. That's 10 years without answers. That's 10 years of suffering.

Event includes: Yoga In The Park, Silent Auction, Bake Sale, Endometriosis Awareness Swag and Cotton Candy. Saturday, May 12 at 10 AM - 2 PM in Confederation Park. https://www.facebook.com/events/1902865819725971/

https://www.facebook.com/donate/1934701010194005/

http://www.endometriosisandme.com/

Sat - May 12
  Napanee Lion's club presents: Ambush

Ambush takes to the Napanee Lion's hall on Saturday May 12, 9pm-1am (doors open at 8pm)

Tickets are $20 dollars each, available at the Lion's Hall, October's clothing store and April's Image. ($25 dollars the night of a the door)

This event is fundraiser for KFL&A Addiction and Mental Health Services.

Sat - May 12
  Roast Beef Supper

Sat.May 12th, 5pm-7pm. Selby United Church
Adults-$15. Children- 12 & under $6
For tickets in advance call 613-354-3180 or 613-388-2805

Sat - May 12
  Dining in the Dark presented by Chef Michael Hoy

On May 12th, Chef Michael Hoy present's Dining in the Dark, in support of those living with sight loss in your community. Chef Michael is excited to invite you to an evening of exploration as you enjoy a delicious three course meal blindfolded, discovering textures, flavours and aromas in a whole new way. Tickets are $100 and include your meal and a complimentary glass of wine from Huff Estates Winery, a cash bar will also be available throughout the evening. Funds raised support CNIB programming to provide social and emotional support to people of all ages who are blind and partially sighted, enabling Canadians impacted by blindness to live the lives they choose.  For many, adjusting to life with sight loss is one of the most difficult experiences they'll ever face. The profound stigma of sight loss, compounded by the significant challenges of accommodating it in nearly every aspect of practical life, can create overwhelming feelings of fear, shame, despondency and isolation. The right support, at the right time, can make a world of difference. No one should have to face sight loss alone.

For tickets: http://cannib.convio.net/site/Calendar?id=100483&view=Detail

For more information feel free to contact Kelly, kelly.verberne@cnib.ca or Chef Michael, chefmichaelhoy@gmail.com.

Sat - May 12
  LACGH Yard Sale

Volunteer Services to LACGH hosting a Yard Sale at the Westdale Complex of LACGH on Saturday May 12 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon. 

Sun - May 13
  Stampeders announce second Tamworth Concert

A second concert by Canada's musical legends, the Stampeders, has been announced for Tamworth. The matinee show will start at 2:00 pm on Sunday May 13 at the Tamworth Legion. Tickets are $50 each. Call 613 379 2808 for details and tickets


Sun - May 13
  Sandy Pines Baby Shower

Sunday, May 13 from 10am until 4pm. The only day of the year Sandy Pines opens its doors to the public to tour our clinic, watch baby animal feedings, see informative displays. A Petting Zoo, face painting, games for the kids, a BBQ and live music with The Fade Kings and The Kitchen Gypsies. Nice Ice Baby Ice Cream truck, vendors and much more. Free Admission and wheelchair accessible.

http://sandypineswildlife.com

Mon - May 14
  Napanee Valley Cruisers

Join the Napanee Valley Cruisers every Monday night until Oct. 1st, weather permitting, at the Napanee No Frills north end parking lot. Take a trip down memory lane. Bring your special vehicle or just drop by to see some classic rides and hear some great music.  Everyone is welcome at this free, weekly event.

Mon - May 14
  L&A County Hospital Foundation Raffle

SOLD OUT!!!!!!!

Draw will be held at 22nd Annual Benefit Golf Tournament Wednesday, June 6th, 2018. You do not have to be present to win. Great prizes...Air Canada Tickets, Limo excursion, Golf packages, Spa day and many more. 

Mon - May 14
  Soup and Sandwich

Every Monday at 11:30am-1:00pm Soup n Sandwich is served at St. John's Comm. Hall on Church St. in Bath. The price is $8. and for that you get your choice of 3 Homemade Soups, 3 types of sandwiches...baked goods and Coffee or Tea! It is a wonderful community weekly event. Please come and meet us!

Mon - May 14
  Seniors Exercise Group
Monday Seniors Exercise Group at the Napanee Legion, Upstairs hall. 11am - 12pm
 
Mon - May 14
10:00 AM
  Storytime
Join Joan at the Camden East Branch Library Monday mornings at 10 for stories, finger plays, felt board stories and more. All are welcome to attend.
Tue - May 15
  Free Prenatal Group in Amherstview

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Tuesday afternoon in Amherstview from 12:30pm to 3pm at 20 Manitou Crescent West (Lower level of Prince Edward Lennox and Addington Social Services).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Tue - May 15
  Concert with Sewanee Choir

St. George's Cathedral hosts the University Choir from Sewanee Tenessee, directed by Geoffrey Ward, on Tuesday May 15 at 7:30pm. Music by Anton Bruckner, Charles Wood, Charles Stanford, Felix Mendelssohn, Jehan Alain, John Tavener, and others. Freewill offering. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts or call 905-522-0001 for details. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.

The University Choir is an active touring ensemble, and has performed extensively throughout the United States. Since 1979, the choir has made ten tours of England, singing the service of Choral Evensong in more than 23 cathedrals and abbey churches. The choir has also sung at the American Cathedral in Paris, France.

Director since 2016, Geoffrey Ward is originally from Brampton, Ontario. He studied piano performance at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto and holds degrees from Mount Allison University, Arizona State University, and the University of Kansas. He has held many church positions, including being the Healey Willan Organ Scholar at The Church of Saint Mary Magdalene in Toronto.

This will be the choir's first trip to Canada. They will sing in Kingston, Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto, and Niagara.

Tue - May 15
  Dr. Oronhyatekha: His Life and Legacy

Learn about the fascinating life and legacy of Dr. Oronhyatekha at this edition of Tuesday Night at the Museum on May 15th at 7pm. History professor Michelle Hamilton examines the remarkable life of London, Ontario physician Dr. Oronhyatekha (1841-1907). Born at Six Nations of the Grand River and rising to prominence in medicine and politics, he became embroiled in the controversial search for Tecumseh's grave, lobbied for the vote for Indigenous peoples, and became the first non-white member and ultimately the Supreme Chief Ranger of the Independent Order of Foresters.

This event is proudly presented by the Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives. Tickets are $3 each and are available at the door. 'Tuesday Night at the Museum' is a monthly programming feature at museum, a series covering a wide array of themed programming presented by experts on their respective subjects. For more information, please visit www.CountyMuseum.ca or call 613-354-3027.

Tue - May 15
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Wed - May 16
  Westdale Community Kids Club
Westdale Community Kids Club (JK-Gr.5) runs every Wednesday 6:30pm at Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee (across from L&A Hospital) A free program of fun activities, upbeat music, crafts, snacks and a great time learning about God. Contact the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 16
  Napanee Community Bingo
Every Wednesday evening starting at 7:00 at the Napanee Lions Hall. Proceeds from the Lions Club and Rotary Club's weekly BINGO goes to the community to provide funding and support for those in need. Canteen is open for a light lunch and refreshments. Must be 18 years of age.
Wed - May 16
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  The Community Closet
The Community Closet, a ministry of Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, across from L&A Hospital is open Wednesdays; except the first Wednesday each month. Good used clothing, personal items and some non-perishable food are all free of charge to anyone. Call the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 16
10:30 AM
  Puppytales
Join Lily the Pug Wednesday mornings at 10:30 at the Amherstview Branch Library for a storytime with a tale wagging twist. Lily is a certified therapy dog who participates in this tradition storytime that is filled with books, rhymes, finger plays, felt stories and is followed with a simple craft.
Thu - May 17
  Free Prenatal Group in Napanee

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Thursday afternoon in Napanee from 12:30pm to 3pm at 465 Advance Avenue (at Lennox and Addington Resources for Children).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Thu - May 17
  Through a Lens
Youth Photography classes are coming to the Napanee Library. There are 2 6 week courses available. The first is Thursday's April 6th to May 11th. 6-7pm at the Library. Course 2: June 8th-July 13th. 6-7pm at the Napanee Library. Courses are for ages 11-15 and cost $60 dollars for the 6 weeks. Register online at www.bookking.ca/greaternapaneepub/
Thu - May 17
  Blind Draw doubles darts
Thursday Night Blind Draw Doubles Darts at the Napanee Legion, Now held downstairs at the Legion! 8pm

 

Thu - May 17
  Napanee Badminton Club

Join the action at Napanee District Secondary School on Monday and Thursday nights! Bring your racket and birds on Mondays from 7:00pm-9:00pm & Thursdays from 8:00pm-9:30pm. Join for $65.00/year from September to May. Bring the famliy for just $120.00 or pay the drop-in fee of $5.00. Ages 16+ or accompanied by an adult. For more information contact Paul at paulkimmettres@hotmail.com or Alphonse at alphonse.poitras@gmail.com.

Thu - May 17
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview and Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Fri - May 18
  P.A. Day Fun Day

Children aged 4years to 12 years are invited to join us at Grace United Church, on the corner of Bridge and Robert St. in Napanee, Friday May 18th from 8am to 5pm for a fun day full of Bible stories, games, crafts and activities. Snacks and lunch are provided. Cost is $10 per child. Please contact the church office to pre-register at 613-354-4373.

Fri - May 18
  CLBA 35th Annual Mayors' Golf Challenge

Community Living Belleville and Area's 35th Annual Mayors' Golf Challenge. The tournament takes place June 12 at Trillium Wood Golf Club. Early registration is until May 18. For more information visit CLBA on Facebook or Twitter!

Fri - May 18
  Odessa Farmers Market

The Odessa Farmers Market operates every Friday afternoon from 2-6 at the Odessa Fairgrounds.Stop in and take home supper or stock up for the weekend with fresh local farm produce. Support local and keep it growing!

Organization: Odessa Farmers Market
Publication Start Date: 5/18/2018
Publication End Date: 10/26/2018
Contact's Name: Brad Smith
Contact's Phone: 613-572-2065
Contact's Email: odessafarmersmarket@gmail.com

Sat - May 19
  CRCA Native Plant Sale - Lemoine Point

Area green thumbs or those looking to do a little landscaping on their property are invited to come to the Lemoine Point Conservation Area for its annual native plant sale, Saturday, May 19, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For a number of years the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority, in partnership with the Friends of Lemoine Point, created a nursery at the north end of the site to grow plant stock for various reforestation activities using seeds and cuttings from native trees and shrubs. There are also a wide variety of wildflowers grown. Some of these trees, shrubs and wildflowers will be available for sale, with all proceeds going back to support the nursery and the tree stock being grown to support local forestry programs.

Come to the north parking lot (Coverdale Drive entrance) to the Lemoine Point Conservation area for instructions. For more information, call Peter at (613) 389-4187 or Rick at (613) 389-3651.

Sat - May 19
  Electronic Recycling & Yard Sale

The Newburgh-Camden Lions Club is having an Electronics Recycling and Yard & Bake Sale event on Saturday, May 19 from 8:00 - 4:00 at the Newburgh Hall.  There will be a BBQ from 11:00 - 2:00.  The Ontario Electronics Stewardship has also partnered with the Ontario Federation of Cerebral Palsy to include the collection of good used clothing along with the electronics.  Please put used clothing into bags and bring them along with you when you are dropping off your old electronics. Call 613-354-6528 or 613-379-9972 for more information.  This is an OES-approved event.

Sat - May 19
  Cystic Fibrosis Yard Sale &BBQ

3rd annual Yard Sale and BBQ for Cystic Fibrosis on Sat. May 19th at 105 Richman Bld. Starting at 8:00am. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO CYSTIC FIBROSIS

Mon - May 21
  Dollhouse and Miniatures Show and Sale

Presented by the Miniature Enthusiasts of Kingston and Area, at the Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, 53 Yonge Street, Kingston, Ontario on Saturday, May 12.  There will be dealers, displays, and door prizes.  Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for seniors and children, and a $20 family rate.  We hope to see you there!

Mon - May 21
  Soup and Sandwich

Every Monday at 11:30am-1:00pm Soup n Sandwich is served at St. John's Comm. Hall on Church St. in Bath. The price is $8. and for that you get your choice of 3 Homemade Soups, 3 types of sandwiches...baked goods and Coffee or Tea! It is a wonderful community weekly event. Please come and meet us!

Mon - May 21
  L&A County Hospital Foundation Raffle

SOLD OUT!!!!!!!

Draw will be held at 22nd Annual Benefit Golf Tournament Wednesday, June 6th, 2018. You do not have to be present to win. Great prizes...Air Canada Tickets, Limo excursion, Golf packages, Spa day and many more. 

Mon - May 21
  Napanee Valley Cruisers

Join the Napanee Valley Cruisers every Monday night until Oct. 1st, weather permitting, at the Napanee No Frills north end parking lot. Take a trip down memory lane. Bring your special vehicle or just drop by to see some classic rides and hear some great music.  Everyone is welcome at this free, weekly event.

Mon - May 21
  Seniors Exercise Group
Monday Seniors Exercise Group at the Napanee Legion, Upstairs hall. 11am - 12pm
 
Mon - May 21
10:00 AM
  Storytime
Join Joan at the Camden East Branch Library Monday mornings at 10 for stories, finger plays, felt board stories and more. All are welcome to attend.
Tue - May 22
  Free Prenatal Group in Amherstview

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Tuesday afternoon in Amherstview from 12:30pm to 3pm at 20 Manitou Crescent West (Lower level of Prince Edward Lennox and Addington Social Services).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Tue - May 22
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Wed - May 23
  Westdale Community Kids Club
Westdale Community Kids Club (JK-Gr.5) runs every Wednesday 6:30pm at Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee (across from L&A Hospital) A free program of fun activities, upbeat music, crafts, snacks and a great time learning about God. Contact the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 23
  Napanee Community Bingo
Every Wednesday evening starting at 7:00 at the Napanee Lions Hall. Proceeds from the Lions Club and Rotary Club's weekly BINGO goes to the community to provide funding and support for those in need. Canteen is open for a light lunch and refreshments. Must be 18 years of age.
Wed - May 23
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  The Community Closet
The Community Closet, a ministry of Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, across from L&A Hospital is open Wednesdays; except the first Wednesday each month. Good used clothing, personal items and some non-perishable food are all free of charge to anyone. Call the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 23
10:30 AM
  Puppytales
Join Lily the Pug Wednesday mornings at 10:30 at the Amherstview Branch Library for a storytime with a tale wagging twist. Lily is a certified therapy dog who participates in this tradition storytime that is filled with books, rhymes, finger plays, felt stories and is followed with a simple craft.
Thu - May 24
  JJ O'Neill Family Fun Fair

Thursday May 24th from 4:30-7:30. All Kids games will be free and we will be having raffles, silent auctions and cash BBQ food booths. We are striving to raise money to buy new technology for the students to use, new playground equipment and to help subsidize year end trips.

Thu - May 24
  Napanee Badminton Club

Join the action at Napanee District Secondary School on Monday and Thursday nights! Bring your racket and birds on Mondays from 7:00pm-9:00pm & Thursdays from 8:00pm-9:30pm. Join for $65.00/year from September to May. Bring the famliy for just $120.00 or pay the drop-in fee of $5.00. Ages 16+ or accompanied by an adult. For more information contact Paul at paulkimmettres@hotmail.com or Alphonse at alphonse.poitras@gmail.com.

Thu - May 24
  Free Prenatal Group in Napanee

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Thursday afternoon in Napanee from 12:30pm to 3pm at 465 Advance Avenue (at Lennox and Addington Resources for Children).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Thu - May 24
  Blind Draw doubles darts
Thursday Night Blind Draw Doubles Darts at the Napanee Legion, Now held downstairs at the Legion! 8pm

 

Thu - May 24
  Through a Lens
Youth Photography classes are coming to the Napanee Library. There are 2 6 week courses available. The first is Thursday's April 6th to May 11th. 6-7pm at the Library. Course 2: June 8th-July 13th. 6-7pm at the Napanee Library. Courses are for ages 11-15 and cost $60 dollars for the 6 weeks. Register online at www.bookking.ca/greaternapaneepub/
Thu - May 24
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview and Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Fri - May 25
  Blood Donation Clinic

SAVE LIVES! Every 60 seconds someone in Canada needs blood - so we need your help! Join us at the Strathcona Paper Centre on May 25, 2018 from 12:30-6:30pm and donate blood to save lives. Book your appointment at www.blood.ca or by calling our toll-free number 1-888-236-6283. See you on May 25!

Fri - May 25
  Sound Escapes: Broadway through the Ages

Sound Escapes: Broadway through the Ages
Friday May 25, 1:30 to 3:30pm
Come on a musical journey highlighting the best of Broadway. Featuring local Kingston talent, this concert includes favourites from Gilbert & Sullivan, Cole Porter, Rogers & Hammerstein, Sondheim, Lloyd-Webber, and others. $10/person; refreshments available for sale during intermission. The Senior Centre, 56 Francis St.; 613.548.7810. Generously sponsored by James Reid Funeral Home.

Website: http://https://seniorskingston.ca/event/sound-escapes-broadway-through-the-ages/

Fri - May 25
  Odessa Farmers Market

The Odessa Farmers Market operates every Friday afternoon from 2-6 at the Odessa Fairgrounds.Stop in and take home supper or stock up for the weekend with fresh local farm produce. Support local and keep it growing!

Organization: Odessa Farmers Market
Publication Start Date: 5/18/2018
Publication End Date: 10/26/2018
Contact's Name: Brad Smith
Contact's Phone: 613-572-2065
Contact's Email: odessafarmersmarket@gmail.com

Sat - May 26
  Community Clean up day: Deseronto

Volunteers needed to help with a community clean up day on May 26th 2018. The Deseronto Business Association needs volunteers to come and help clean the litter from town streets in Deseronto downtown core. Event will take place in coordination with towns community clean up day. It will run from 9 am until 1:30 pm. Contact Patricia Adriaans at 613-396-5289

Sat - May 26
  Annual Plant Sale

Lennox & Addington Horticultural Society Annual Plant Sale, Saturday May 26, 9am to 1 pm. Perennials, herbs, veggies, trees, hostas, ferns and advice from experienced gardeners.

Website: http://Gardenontario.org

Sat - May 26
  Yard Sale

Tamworth Lions Yard Sale and E-Waste collection will start at 8am till noon inside the Tamworth Arena 
With over 60 tables on May 26. Food and drinks available.

Sat - May 26
  Hospice L&A's 14th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Hospice L&A will host it's 14th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Sat May 26th at Briar Fox Golf & Country Club.  1pm shot gun start.  Steak dinner.  Lots of prizes and a fabulous silent auction table.

Sat - May 26
  Smorgasbord Supper

Smorgasbord Supper. Deseronto United Church

Saturday, May 26 @ 5:30pm

Adults $15.00 Children 10 and under $6.00
For tickets call- 613 396 2919 or 613 354 7634

Sat - May 26 -- Sun - May 27
  Investors Group Walk for Alzheimer's

Investors Group Walk for Alzheimer’s takes place on May 26 at Conservation Park in Napanee and on May 27, at Lake Ontario Park in Kingston. Registration begins at 9 a.m and the Walks will start at 10 a.m. In addition to the Walk, participants will enjoy on-site games and activities for all ages and live entertainment (Roger James in Kingston, Three for a Quarter in Napanee). There is still lots of time to register on-line or at the event! More than 4,000 people in KFL&A are living with dementia and this number continues to grow. Currently, there are no cures or effective treatments to delay or stop the disease. Registrations remain open or you can register before the walk at the park. Donations can also be made online or in person at the park. Visit www.walkforalzheimers.ca to register or donate.

For Saturday May 26th, 2018.
Napanee – Conservation Park (Alzheimer Society of KFLA)

For Sunday, May 27, 2018
Kingston – Lake Ontario Park

Sun - May 27
  Fundraising fashion show in support of the Poverty Reduction Committee

Sunday, May 27th from 1:30pm - 3:00pm at the Napanee Golf and Country Club. Tickets are $25 each and available at April's Image, October's Clothing and at the door. Door prizes, appetizers and beautiful clothing for summer and fall! All proceeds from the event will go to the Poverty Reduction Committee and will stay in this community.

Sun - May 27
  High Tea and Concert

The St. George's Cathedral Children's Choir, directed by Michael Capon, and the Youth Group, directed by Jennifer Wilson, will perform a concert on Sunday May 27 at 4pm in the Cathedral Great Hall. A delicious High Tea will be served starting at 3pm. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected in support of the Choir program. The Great Hall is at 129 Wellington St. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts or call 613-548-4617.

Sun - May 27
  Music Festival

The monthly Classic Country Music Festival, sponsored by the Newburgh-Camden Lions Club, will take place on May 27 at the Newburgh Hall, 1:00 - 5:00 with a potluck to follow. The Youth Competition wraps up for ages 12-18.  This is the final monthly Festival in this series.  The Festivals will return on October 28, 2018. For more information call 613-354-6528 or 613-379-9972.

Mon - May 28
  L&A County Hospital Foundation Raffle

SOLD OUT!!!!!!!

Draw will be held at 22nd Annual Benefit Golf Tournament Wednesday, June 6th, 2018. You do not have to be present to win. Great prizes...Air Canada Tickets, Limo excursion, Golf packages, Spa day and many more. 

Mon - May 28
  Seniors Exercise Group
Monday Seniors Exercise Group at the Napanee Legion, Upstairs hall. 11am - 12pm
 
Mon - May 28
  Napanee Valley Cruisers

Join the Napanee Valley Cruisers every Monday night until Oct. 1st, weather permitting, at the Napanee No Frills north end parking lot. Take a trip down memory lane. Bring your special vehicle or just drop by to see some classic rides and hear some great music.  Everyone is welcome at this free, weekly event.

Mon - May 28
  Soup and Sandwich

Every Monday at 11:30am-1:00pm Soup n Sandwich is served at St. John's Comm. Hall on Church St. in Bath. The price is $8. and for that you get your choice of 3 Homemade Soups, 3 types of sandwiches...baked goods and Coffee or Tea! It is a wonderful community weekly event. Please come and meet us!

Mon - May 28
10:00 AM
  Storytime
Join Joan at the Camden East Branch Library Monday mornings at 10 for stories, finger plays, felt board stories and more. All are welcome to attend.
Tue - May 29
  Free Prenatal Group in Amherstview

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Tuesday afternoon in Amherstview from 12:30pm to 3pm at 20 Manitou Crescent West (Lower level of Prince Edward Lennox and Addington Social Services).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Tue - May 29
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30
Wed - May 30
  Westdale Community Kids Club
Westdale Community Kids Club (JK-Gr.5) runs every Wednesday 6:30pm at Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee (across from L&A Hospital) A free program of fun activities, upbeat music, crafts, snacks and a great time learning about God. Contact the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 30
  Napanee Community Bingo
Every Wednesday evening starting at 7:00 at the Napanee Lions Hall. Proceeds from the Lions Club and Rotary Club's weekly BINGO goes to the community to provide funding and support for those in need. Canteen is open for a light lunch and refreshments. Must be 18 years of age.
Wed - May 30
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  The Community Closet
The Community Closet, a ministry of Westdale Park Free Methodist Church, 7 Richmond Park Drive, across from L&A Hospital is open Wednesdays; except the first Wednesday each month. Good used clothing, personal items and some non-perishable food are all free of charge to anyone. Call the Church at 613-354-2669.
Wed - May 30
10:30 AM
  Puppytales
Join Lily the Pug Wednesday mornings at 10:30 at the Amherstview Branch Library for a storytime with a tale wagging twist. Lily is a certified therapy dog who participates in this tradition storytime that is filled with books, rhymes, finger plays, felt stories and is followed with a simple craft.
Thu - May 31
  Live at the Museum with Hannah Barstow

You're invited to a great night of music at the Lennox and Addington County Museum & Archives in Napanee on Thursday, May 31st at 7pm. The evening's entertainment features talented jazz pianist Hannah Barstow. Originally from Napanee, Hannah is making a name for herself in Toronto's jazz music scene. It's sure to be a fantastic homecoming at the museum you won't want to miss.

'Live at the Museum' is proudly presented by the Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives, located at 97 Thomas Street East in Napanee. Admission is only $3 person and tickets are available at the door. Find out more by visiting www.CountyMuseum.ca or call 613-354-3027.

Thu - May 31
  Blind Draw doubles darts
Thursday Night Blind Draw Doubles Darts at the Napanee Legion, Now held downstairs at the Legion! 8pm

 

Thu - May 31
  Older Adult (50+) Information Fair

Cost: Free for all 50+ older adults and spouses/caregivers
Date: May 31, 2018
Time: 11 am to 3 pm
Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville
-80+ Exhibitors
-Interesting and Informative Seminars 
-Fitness Demonstrations   
-Fashion Show
-Complimentary refreshments
Information: 613-966-4632

Thu - May 31
  Through a Lens
Youth Photography classes are coming to the Napanee Library. There are 2 6 week courses available. The first is Thursday's April 6th to May 11th. 6-7pm at the Library. Course 2: June 8th-July 13th. 6-7pm at the Napanee Library. Courses are for ages 11-15 and cost $60 dollars for the 6 weeks. Register online at www.bookking.ca/greaternapaneepub/
Thu - May 31
  Free Prenatal Group in Napanee

Pregnant?  Join the Food for You, Food for Two program offered by KFL&A Public Health.  Pick up new recipes, learn about a healthy pregnancy and meet new moms. Groceries and childcare are provided each week. Transportation may be available. Join us every Thursday afternoon in Napanee from 12:30pm to 3pm at 465 Advance Avenue (at Lennox and Addington Resources for Children).
For more information or to register, contact KFL&A Public Health 613-549-1232 ext. 1416 or visit www.kflaph.ca.

Thu - May 31
  ingston Community Strings - Napanee Concert

Kingston Community Strings

Wayne Tindale, Music Director
Dave Barton, guitar soloist

Thursday, May 31, 7:00 pm
St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church
137 Robinson Street, Napanee
Admission $20 (at the door)

Fundraising concert for the Congolese Refugee Relief

Premiere of compositions by Kingston jazz guitarist Dave Barton and more.

Thu - May 31
  Napanee Badminton Club

Join the action at Napanee District Secondary School on Monday and Thursday nights! Bring your racket and birds on Mondays from 7:00pm-9:00pm & Thursdays from 8:00pm-9:30pm. Join for $65.00/year from September to May. Bring the famliy for just $120.00 or pay the drop-in fee of $5.00. Ages 16+ or accompanied by an adult. For more information contact Paul at paulkimmettres@hotmail.com or Alphonse at alphonse.poitras@gmail.com.

Thu - May 31
6:30 PM
  Maker Club
Join Maker Club and use your imagination to create masterpieces using craft supplies, rainbow looms, and Lego. This drop in program is free and all are welcome to attend. Clubs run: Yarker Branch Library - Tuesday at 6:30 Bath Branch Library - Wednesday at 6:30 South Fred. Branch Library - Thursday at 6:30 Amherstview and Napanee Branch Library - Saturday at 10:30