The cold isn’t stopping us from getting out and enjoying the winter weather. But when we DO get cold, we like to keep a few indoors activities up our sleeve, too. Scroll down for a handful of things to do this January in Bay of Quinte (and find even more on our events calendar).
🍷 Pull up a seat at The Lark and experience wine flights with a sommelier that cover Prince Edward County to the rest of the world’s iconic wine regions.
⛷️ Hit the slopes or take your snowshoes through the winding trails at Batawa Ski Hill for a snow day outdoors.
✈️ If you’re more of an indoors person, elevate your local aviation history IQ with a visit to the National Air Force Museum of Canada.
💆 Join Mona Warner for an afternoon talk at The Yoga Hub on January 11 about Ayurveda’s Three Pillars of Health and take home ideas around how to strengthen these pillars in your own life.
🏕️ Hike, snowshoe and camp on an outdoor wilderness adventure with Andrew Twigg (aka “Twiggy”) of Cruising Canoes.
🎶 When it comes to storytelling, Brock Zeman is a master craftsman. Explore his stories through roots-rock and alternative country at Capers in downtown Belleville on January 11.
🏒 Head down to the Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Gardens as the Trenton Golden Hawks face off against the Lindsay Muskies in Quinte West on January 12.
🍳 Brunch is back at The Brake Room’s seasonal pop-up Brakefast Club, featuring fresh new menus each week from a rotating crew of local chefs.
🎤 Have a laugh–or ten–as Gerry Dee takes his trademark humour about marriage, fatherhood, and his years as a teacher to the stage at the Empire Theatre on January 18.
🎶 Catch Po’Boy Jeffreys, a Toronto-born, blues musician and singer/songwriter, at the Old Church Theatre, a cool rural venue in Quinte West.
🏒 Head down to the CAA Arena to cheer on our Belleville Senators as they face off against the Utica Comets in the regular season. #fortheB
🛍️ New year, new you? Outfit your home with some new (by which we mean old and amazing) finds at the Fab 4 Vintage Market in Quinte West.