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Prince Edward County, Ontario
Rossmore is located on the edge of the Bay of Quinte, at the base of the Bay Bridge on Highway 62. It forms the northern entrance to Prince Edward County. Rossmore Business Directory Restaurants & Eateries Shopping Business Services Attractions Rossmore Trail
Sonrise Christian Academy is a non-denominational elementary school for students in Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8. Our school provides a family-like atmosphere with a low student-teacher ratio and small class sizes. We strive to provide our students with an excellent education based on Christian values.
Sonrise Christian AcademyA non-denominational elementary school for students in Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8.
58 Johnson St. Picton Ontario
The website has been built to allow seasonal residents and visitors to read the paper electronically and keep up to date about community events and activities. A secondary objective of the website is to extol the virtues of South Marysburgh – its talented and creative people; the numerous local businesses; its restaurants and inns. If you have never been down to this part of the County, hopefully you will find something here to entice you to visit.
3032 County Road 10 Milford ON
Picton offers excellent shopping facilities, live theatre, fine heritage homes and public buildings, a beautiful harbour and marina as well as six municipal parks including the grand Macaulay Heritage Park. As the seat of government for Prince Edward County, Picton houses the District Court and Land Registry Office. Incorporated in 1837, Picton is Prince Edward County’s Town. Prior to that date, the separate villages of Picton and Hallowell Bridge occupied opposite sides of Picton Bay. Named after General Sir Thomas Picton, Wellington’s second-in-command at the Battle of Waterloo, the Town of Picton has a rich history. It was here that Sir John A. Macdonald managed a law office for his cousin, Lowther P. MacPherson. Also see history of Picton’s castles (photos of Rickarton Castle and Castle Villenueve in the photo gallery above) Picton Business Directory Where to Stay Where to Shop Where to Eat Grocery & Convenience Beer, Wine & Liquor Gas Stations Favourite hangout from Tee Durning ☞ The little park on Hill Street overlooking the Prince Edward Yacht Club. Attractions The Regent Theatre Picton Harbour The Crystal Palace Macaulay Heritage Park Sir John A Macdonald life-sized sculpture Bird House City Dog Park Picton Walking Circles Public Parks & Playgrounds Youth […]
Quinte Educational Museum & Archives (QEMA) Celebrating the History of Education in the Quinte Area The Montgomery Family has generously donated the 1904 `Victoria Schoolhouse` to be used as the new, permanent home for QEMA`s extensive collections. We are currently located in the former Ameliasburgh Council Chambers at 13 Coleman Street in Ameliasburg, with our century-old Victoria Schoolhouse on location at the Ameliasburgh Heritage Village. We are open daily for the season from the Victoria Day Weekend until Labour Day Weekend from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. The Archives are open on Monday mornings. Appointments may be arranged outside these times by calling our office at 613-966-5501. Visit our website for details.
Victoria School (museum)Quinte Educational Museum & Archives (QEMA) Celebrating the History of Education in the Quinte Area
517 County Rd 19, Ameliasburgh, Ontario
The name “Waupoos” is derived from the Ojibwe waabooz, “rabbit”. The Waupoos area lies between the head of Smith’s Bay and Cape Vesey or the “Rock”. Heinrich Schmidt settled here in 1784 from whose name “Smith Bay” was derived. The view from the Rutherford B. Stevens lookout is gorgeous. This area is apple country, featuring an apple blossom festival in May (see the calendar of events) and pick-your-own apples in the fall. Prince Edward County is now Ontario’s official fourth wine region — and Waupoos has two of the County’s first wineries. Waupoos business directory: Where to Stay Where to Eat Breweries, Cideries & Wineries Fifth Town Artisan Cheese Factory Farm markets Waupoos Marina Attractions: Rose House Museum Rutherford Stevens scenic lookout Sunday music in the Park (seasonal) Petting zoo at Waupoos Winery
County Newcomer Clubs – Weekly coffee mornings Tuesday mornings @ 10 am a.m. Picton Branch Library. More information can be found on the Library website at http://peclibrary.org/picton/ Thursday mornings @ 10 am at the Wellington Library http://peclibrary.org/wellington/ Welcome Wagon – a Canadian national greeting service that provides free services to communities throughout Canada. Register for a visit at http://www.welcomewagon.ca/index.php/en/new-to-the-community
The lakeside Village of Wellington is nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario, with a view of the largest freshwater dunes in the world at Sandbanks. In the heart of Prince Edward County’s exciting new wine industry, Wellington is a warm and welcoming working village. Enjoy Wellington’s hospitality with fine dining, award-winning wines and a variety of art and musical events. Wellington is home to many artists and artisans. Browse the studios of painters, potters, a jeweller, glass blower and fibre artist, all within walking distance of each other. In the centre of the village is a waterfront park featuring a community-built playground and gazebo. Wellington also has a beach with a boardwalk along the shore to a lighthouse. Wellington harbour has docking facilities with Canada Border Services, for boaters arriving from the United States. Kayaks & canoes, paddleboards, boat rentals and fishing charters are available at the marina. Wellington Business Directory Where to Shop Where to Eat Where to Stay Nearby Wineries Business Services Attractions Wellington Rotary Beach Marina Waterfront park Wellington Town Hall Wellington on the Lake Golf Course & Driving Range ESSROC Arena, public skating and an indoor walking track Wellington Dukes OHL hockey Entertainment Gazebo Concerts in the Park (July & August) Live Music […]
42 Mary St. Picton Ontario
Ainsworth Funeral Homes offers a wide variety of funeral and cremation services to meet the needs of every family while honouring the wishes of the deceased.
288 Noxon Ave. Wellington Ontario
Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board (ALCDSB) is a separate school board. The school board is the school district administrator for Roman Catholic schools in the western portions of Eastern Ontario, including Napanee, Kingston, Belleville and Quinte West.
151 Dairy Ave. Napanee Ontario
We deal with women ages 16 + who have experienced Domestic Violence and we operate Second Stage Housing
187 Main Street, Unit # 2, Picton, Ontario
Come and visit Bethany and celebrate God’s grace to us through Jesus Christ. We join together each Sunday to open our hearts up to God. We sing praise, spend time in prayer, and we are rejuvenated by God’s word.
158 Main St. Bloomfield, Ontario
The vision of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hastings and Prince Edward Counties is to significantly contribute to the healthy development of youth and children within our communities. We provide a community matching program, Couples for Kids program, In-School Mentoring program, Go Girls! program and Game On! program.
223 Pinnacle St. Belleville Ontario
Black River Chapel is a charming heritage building in rural Prince Edward County, not far from the Black River Cheese Company. The chapel can be booked for special events and gatherings including weddings, renewal of vows, memorial services and concerts. Available year round Seats 80 (Woodstove and oil lamps tended by a Chapel volunteer)
822 County Road 13 Milford Ontario