It’s not over yet! ❄️☃️ While we are inching ever so slowly towards spring (will it ever get here?), one look out our office windows (see right) swiftly crushes any thoughts of gardens or drinks on the patio.
But guess what, cold weather curmudgeons? That means there’s still time to fall in love with winter. Lace up your boots, grab your toque and check out these 12 things to do this March in the Bay of Quinte.
Enjoy three days of outstanding documentaries including the Friday night Opening Gala film and live musical performance. Get access to over 50 documentaries in five convenient downtown Belleville venues.
Slow sweet acoustic musical stylings by Capers’ own Melanie Hilmi pairs perfectly with a glass of wine and some yoga.
The 2019 Quinte International Women’s Day event at Trent Port Marina will focus on women finding balance in the number of roles they play in everyday life.
For its final Pub Night of the season, Batawa Ski Hill is bringing in fan favourites Jeremy Kelly and Prince Eddy’s Brewing Company for a legendary night in paradise!
Get your pink and purple snowsuits out and live it up for the final night ski and snowboard of the season at Retro Night at Batawa Ski Hill.
It’s the first annual Signal Brewing Co Maple Frolic Craft Beer Fest! Enjoy food and drink at this family-friendly event celebrating winter in Corbyville.
Try some space activities that are out of this world, put your detective skills to the test or spend some time outdoors–it’s up to you!
On the third Friday of every month, join the members of the Bay of Quinte PRIDE at Beers for Queers at the Beaufort Pub.
Grab your fan gear and head to the CAA Arena to cheer on our Sens as they take on the visiting Manitoba Moose, Laval Rocket, Utica Comets and Syracuse Crunch.
Find everything green that you own and get ready for the Signal St. Paddy’s Day party with axe throwing, fireworks and of course: bag pipes.
Celebrate the end of a great 2018 – 2019 Ski and Snowboard Season out on the slopes for one last weekend at Batawa Ski Hill.
Get a taste of Quinte’s live music scene (and maybe some local craft beer and wine) at Capers, Port Bistro, Old Church Theatre and Signal Brewing Co.