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Cycling the Cheddar & Ale Trail: MacKinnon Brothers Brewing and Wilton Cheese Factory

Story by Jen Pinarski, Posted on Dec 21st, 2015

Header Image Via CraftBrewCreative. One of the first things I did when I moved to the Bay of Quinte region last fall was investigate the local cycling scene. As a road cyclist, I’m always looking ...

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The Great Waterway Classic December 18, 2015

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Spring's Just Around the Corner... December 17, 2015

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Kiwanis Walleye World December 17, 2015

James Mathias Sea's the Day Fishing Charters

The Big Guide to Bay of Quinte Fishing Charters December 17, 2015

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From Presqu'ile to Madoc to Napanee December 18, 2015

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September 15 – October 15 2016

The Quinte Restaurant Association members will come together once again to feature local food and drink from farmers and producers across the Bay of Quinte region.

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October 1st 2016

Grab your hosen and join us at Empire Square Downtown Belleville for Quinte Craft: Oktoberfest! We're saying farewell to summer with live outdoor entertainment, local food vendors and the craft beer, cider and wine that our region is famous for.

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