- Picnic spot
- Wheelchair accessible
A non-profit citizens’ association dedicated to the preservation and rehabilitation of Waring’s Creek and its 3500-acre watershed, an important natural resource of Prince Edward County.
Hwy 49 Picton Ontario
Volunteering is a great way to get involved in the community, gain experience, share your talents and meet new people. Our community has a number of volunteer opportunities and there are numerous Boards and Committees which rely on volunteers for input on policy and service delivery. There are more than 300 volunteers working on a number of Municipal special projects and committees ranging from the Millennium Trail to Museums and Ward Recreation Committees. Local clubs, organizations and event committees are always interested in, and welcome, volunteer assistance. For more local volunteer opportunities please contact, Volunteer and Information Quinte: www.viq.ca/index.php
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Volunteer fire fighters in all fire departments have weekly meetings. The meetings are to practice fire fighting. The fire fighters hold fund raising events such as car washes, dances, benefit baseball games and benefit hockey games. Charities donated to are M.S. and the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Providing volunteer recruitment and referral to over 75 agencies in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. We can help you find volunteer opportunities. We also provide an information hotline for community services and organize workshops on various topics. Please call if you’re looking for help. Picton Office open 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, 9 til 3 Belleville Office: 199 Front St., Suite 121
67 King St. Picton Ontario
Activities: Regular memberships depend on heritage. Associated memberships are obtained if you agree on the aims and objectives of the association. The groups holds bi-monthly meetings. Members operate the Loyalist Museum in Adolphustown. The museum is open seasonally, by appointment visitors may use the genealogy library year round.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Service held annually in June. The White Chapel is open every Sunday afternoon during July and August for viewing. The White Chapel is a small, starkly beautiful, whitewashed chapel that has stood at the edge of Picton, off of what is now Highway 49, for almost 200 years. Built in 1809, it is a simple, spiritual and inspiring place that holds just one public church service a year. You are warmly invited to join the congregation in the chapel where the earliest settlers sang their hymns – a chapel that has been a place of worship longer than any other church of Methodist origin in Ontario. Address: Hwy 49 and White Chapel Rd. Picton Ontario For more information call Picton United Church at 613-476-6050
269 Main St. Wellington Ontario
The Storehouse is a foodbank serving the Wellington & District areas. It is located at the Wellington Pentecostal Church, 305 Niles Street. The Storehouse helps out families and individuals in need, in and around the community. Items commonly supplied (when available) are: Boxed Mixes, Bread, Canned Meats Cereal, Coffee, Cookies, Condiments, Frozen Meats, Juice, Pasta, Soup, Stew and Treats. Along with food items, The Storehouse also provides (when available) things like: Laundry Detergent, Linens, Shampoos, Soaps and More! For more information, or to donate, please refer to the contact information below: Linda & Bob Downey Lisa & Wallace Marquardt H: 613.399.1450 H: 613.399.1482 C: 613.849.7403 C: 613.849.1852 E: [email protected] To make a monetary donation, please make cheques payable to The Storehouse Foodbank, P.O. Box 441, Wellington, ON, K0K 3L0.
Wellington Pentecostal Church, 305 Niles Street. Wellington ON
46 Elizabeth St. at Queen Picton
The Legion mandate is three fold. First, as the keeper of Remembrance Day, Legion Branches are also dedicated to the support of local Veteran’s and their dependents and lastly; they are actively involved in community Youth and Education. The Poppy Fund is an important part of the Legion movement, raising money for veterans in need. The Legion performs community services beyond the capability of the individual, assistance to the aging, to youth, to churches and food banks to name just a few. Bingo, turkey rolls, barbecues and suppers are just some of our regular fund raising events. Each Legion Branch has a licensed club service room that is open to the public and catered Legion halls that are available for public rental. For information on activities or for membership inquiries, contact any of the following: Royal Canadian Legion Branch #78, Picton 21 Elks St, Picton, ON K0K 2T0 (613) 476-6161 facebook.com/groups/262997300414108/ Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 160 Wellington 364 Main St., Wellington On K0K 3L0 (613) 399-1684 facebook.com/RoyalCanadianLegionBranch160WellingtonOn/ Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 509 Consecon 184 Mill St., Consecon, ON K0K 1T0 (613) 392-7433 facebook.com/RCL509/
The Rotary Club of Wellington meets at the Royal Canadian Legion, 364 Main St., Wellington, every Tuesday morning at 7:07am. We are an organization of business, professional, and community leaders who come together through committment and fellowship to create opportunities and a better future for future generations. Visitors to our meetings are welcome and applications for membership are available. Members get a chance to become more involved in the community and to provide aid to other parts of the world through the opportunities that the local club and Rotary International offer. For information please call: The Rotary Club of Wellington 613-399-3415
364 Main Street Wellington Legion Wellington Ontario
1901 County Road 12 West Lake
Scenic route dedicated in memory of the Loyalists who settled here following the American War of Independence. The Loyalist Parkway offers a wide choice of accommodation, sightseeing and recreation for the whole family. A one meter wide paved shoulder has been provided for cyclists along its length. There are over 40 listed Archeaologic sites and at least 125 notable heritage buildings adjacent to the Parkway.
The Hub Child and Family Centre, formerly Prince Edward Child Care Services, is committed to providing the families of Prince Edward County an opportunity to engage in family enriching programs, supports, activities and education. This is a government supported, not-for-profit charitable organization. For more information: www.thehubcentre.ca/
10 McFarland Court Picton Ontario
The Historical Archives for the County of Prince Edward are manned by volunteers and members of the Prince Edward Historical Society. Our mission is to classify, safeguard, index and catalogue materials that are in held in the public’s trust. All holdings are open to perusers free of changer, subject to legal limitations. From September until June, the Archives are open to the public on Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. During the months of July and August, the Archives are open to the public Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. 30 East Street behind the Wellington Library Wellington Ontario
30 East Street, Wellington, Ontario
The Friends of Wellers Bay is a non-profit association of volunteers dedicated to enhancing the enjoyment of the waters and beaches of Wellers Bay. We frequently dredge the channel into Lake Ontario. New members always welcome.
Carrying Place, Consecon, Ontario
A caring environment that recognises and validates individual life and loss experiences. We provide clinical grief counseling in a safe, creative natural environment utilizing the human-animal bond, horticultural experiences and the arts for all ages.
We are a small and friendly church family. Services are Sunday @ 10am We can also accommodate your next birthday or anniversary party. We can accommodate your business meeting, social meeting, wedding, funeral reception, and more We have Country Music Jamborees once a month. Some of our partners are the 4H Club, PE. Pet Food Bank, PE. Seniors Club and more.