25th Anniversary of the Trenton Scottish Irish Festival Full Calendar

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25th Anniversary of the Trenton Scottish Irish Festival Full Calendar
Quinte
West
25th Anniversary of
the Trenton Scottish
Irish Festival
Full Calendar of Events
see page 22
resident’s
guide
Photo by Michael J. Brethour
Locally owned and One of a Kind!
Come and enjoy the “Taste of Country Experience”
BAKERY
“Home of the Best” CHERRY BREAD
• Apple Cinnamon Bread • Cheese Bread
• Butter Tarts • Cookies • Fruit Pies
LOCAL FOODS
• Cheese • Maple Syrup • Jams & Jellies
• Pickles & Preserves • Honey
• Old Fashion CANDY
FROZEN FOOD
• Seafood • Chicken • Steaks
• Fruit & Vegetables
• Desserts
• Hors D’Oeuvres
ENJOY SHOPPING
• Decorating Ideas • Specialty Gifts
• Unique Candles, Cards & Calendars
• Pictures & Metal Décor
• Gift Baskets
NEW
“STONE HOUSE CAFÉ”
• Organic and Regular Coffee
• Teas
• Bakery Treats & Sandwiches
And MUCH MORE to come
Contents
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Mayor’s Message............................................................. 3
Front Street Farmers’ Market...................................27
City Council & Meeting Schedule.......................... 3
Award Programs............................................................. 28
Fast Facts............................................................................... 4
Youth Advisory Council/Volunteering.............. 29
Emergency Services......................................................... 5
Youth Centres................................................................. 30
PRISM-911........................................................................... 6
Accessibility Contacts...................................................31
Transportation................................................................... 8
On the Water.................................................................. 32
Public Works....................................................................... 9
Trent Port Marina.......................................................... 33
Quinte West Facilities..................................................10
Photo Contest Winners............................................. 34
Parks Maps.........................................................................12
Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial.................... 35
Parks......................................................................................14
Concerts in the Park.................................................... 38
Environmental..................................................................15
Service Clubs.................................................................... 39
Golf Courses & Public Skating...............................16
Schools................................................................................ 40
Splash Parks & Dog Park...........................................17
Places of Worship...........................................................41
Calendar of Events........................................................ 22
Cadet Units....................................................................... 42
Quinte West Public Libraries................................... 25
Community Contacts.................................................. 43
Shop Smart, Shop Local, Shop Quinte West.... 26
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Council
Council
2014-2018 City of Quinte West Council
From left to right, top row: Councillors: Fred Kuypers, Don Kuntze, Sally Freeman, Mayor Jim Harrison,
Karen Sharpe, Rob MacIntosh, Michael Kotsovos. L-R seated: Councillors: Duncan Armstrong,
Doug Whitney, Keith Reid, Deputy Mayor Jim Alyea, David McCue, Allan DeWitt.
MESSAGE FROM MAYOR Jim harrison
Warm greetings to our citizens and neighbours!
We are thrilled to provide you with the 2015 Quinte West Resident’s Guide. We hope you will find this a useful
resource and encourage you to also explore a further compliment of services online at www.quintewest.ca or by
visiting one of our municipal service locations located in Trenton and Frankford.
On behalf of myself and City Council, we are looking forward to our first of a 4 year term in office and are
committed to continued successes as we pursue further enhancements to our downtown cores and waterfront
area and continue to foster and celebrate the strong partnership with our military community.
There are endless opportunities that exist in this beautiful community and I invite you to explore the many
attractions, local businesses, events, waterways and scenic areas that make Quinte West, A Natural Attraction.
Sincerely,
Jim Harrison, Mayor
2015 council meetings
• January 19
• April 6 & 20
• July 13
• October 5 & 19
• February 2 & 17 (Tues.) • May 4 & 19 (Tues.)
• August 10
• November 2 & 16
• March 2 &16
• June 1 & 15
• September 8 (Tues.) & 21 • December 7 & 21
All meetings will begin at 6:00 pm (In Camera) and 6:30 pm for public session, unless otherwise notified.
Note: These dates are for REGULAR Council meetings. Special meetings of Council may be called as the need arises.
quinte west council
Mayor Jim Harrison.613-392-9437 • [email protected]
WARD 1 - TRENTON
Duncan Armstrong.....613-397-3236 • [email protected]
Sally Freeman......613-965-6769 • [email protected]
Michael Kotsovos.. 613-827-3335 • [email protected]
Fred Kuypers......613-392-8588 • [email protected]
Doug Whitney....613-392-4779 • [email protected]
WARD 2 – SIDNEY
Allan DeWitt.....613-771-9490 • [email protected]
Don Kuntze.................613-962-6122 • [email protected]
Rob MacIntosh... 613-438-2564 • [email protected]
Karen Sharpe......613-398-0386 • [email protected]
WARD 3 - MURRAY
Deputy Mayor Jim Alyea .....613-475-1519 • [email protected]
David McCue.............................613-848-1625 • [email protected]
WARD 4 – FRANKFORD
Keith Reid ...............................613-398-7991 • [email protected]
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municipal offices
Council
CITY HALL
FRANKFORD MUNICIPAL OFFICE
7 Creswell Drive • P.O. Box 490
Trenton, ON K8V 5R6
613-392-2841 • 1-866-485-2841
Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
22 North Trent Street,
Frankford, ON K0K 2C0
613-392-2841 • 1-866-485-2841
Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Our services are only a click away! Visit us online at www.quintewest.ca
department listings
Department
Location
CONTACT
Office of the Mayor........... QW City Hall .......... 613-392-2841
Office of the CAO............... QW City Hall .......... 613-392-2841
- Economic Development & Tourism Services
- Human Resources
- Health & Safety
Corporate &........................... QW City Hall........... 613-392-2841
Financial Services
- Treasurer
- Tax Department
- I.T. & GIS Services
- City Clerk
- Facilities Management
Public Works &.................... QW City Hall .......... 613-392-2841
Environmental Services
- Water & Wastewater Services - Outdoor Operations & Parks
Planning &.............................. QW City Hall .......... 613-392-2841
Development Services
- By-Law Enforcement
- Building Inspection
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Quinte West Fast Facts
Photo by Michael J. Brethour
Fast Facts
Location: Eastern Ontario on the shores of the
Bay of Quinte; 1.5 hours east of Toronto and
2.5 hours southwest of Ottawa along Hwy 401
Population: City of Quinte West - 43,086*
Market (500 mile radius): 50 million people
Incorporation: City of Quinte West - 1998
Regional Land Area: 494.15 km2
Population Density per square km: 87.2*
Total Private Dwellings: 18,236*
Labour Force: 100,000 (within a 45 minute commute)
Largest Industry groups:
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Wholesale & Retail Trade - 3,300
Business Services - 4,345
Manufacturing Industries - 2,650
Health Care & Social Services - 2,160
8 Wing/CFB Trenton - approx. 4,300
Source: *2011 Census
Quinte West Industrial Community (to name a few):
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Anamet Canada Inc.
Canadian Blast
Freezers
• Cooney Transport
Ltd.
• Electro Cables Inc.
• GlobalMed Inc.
Climate:
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McKesson Canada
Nestlé Canada Inc.
Food Service
Quinn and Quinn Inc.
Saputo Foods Ltd.
Trenton Cold Storage
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Winter, December to March, Avg. temperature: -4ºC
Spring, April to June, Avg. temperature: 13ºC
Summer, July to August, Avg. temperature: 21ºC
Fall/Autumn, September to November,
Avg. temperature: 9ºC
Precipitation Statistics:
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Annual Rainfall - 716 mm
Annual Snowfall - 168 cm
Days with minimum temperature > 0°C: 304
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ADVERTISING DIRECTORY
Taste of Country......................................
................................. Inside Front Cover
Boston Pizza.........................................18
Quinte Access.....................................18
Lydia St. Louis......................................18
Carquest Auto Parts.........................18
Loyalist College...................................19
Trent Pools & Spas...........................19
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Napa/Riverside Automotive........19
Bob’s Portable Toilet Rentals.......19
Weaver Family Funeral Homes....19
Tomasso’s/Jim’s Pizzeria.............. 20
M & R Automotive......................... 20
Trenton Pet Hospital....................... 20
Legacy Collision Centre..................21
VON........................................................21
Promise Land Family Fun Farm....21
Carm’s Pools........................................21
Rob Haid Contracting..................... 24
Marinovich Dental........................... 24
Downtown Trenton BIA................ 26
YMCA.................................................... 36
Willow Printing & Publishing Co....
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HollisWealth - Jason Howes........ 45
Bay of Quinte
Remedial Action Plan...................... 45
Quinte West Automotive............. 45
Klemencic Properties...................... 45
Dr. Brett’s Family Dentistry
................................................ Back Cover
Emergency Services
Emergency Services
Quinte West Fire and Emergency Services
Serving a community of over 43,000 through 7 stations
contact us: fire
165 Front Street
Trenton, ON K8V 4N6
Tel: 613-392-2841 x7460
Fax: 613-965-6133
John Whelan
Fire Chief, x7464
[email protected]
Dan Smith
Deputy Fire Chief, x7474
[email protected]
Greg King
Senior Fire Prevention Officer,
x7479
[email protected]
emergency
Robert Comeau
Fire Prevention Officer, x7481
[email protected]
Ontario Provincial Police
Administration:
Quinte West Detachment
Phone: 613-392-3561
Toll Free 1-888-310-1122
Fax: 613-392-5202
3 Dixon Drive, P.O. Box 1050
Trenton, ON K8V 6E6
Tim Hennessey
Fire Prevention Officer, x7465
[email protected]
Dial 911
contact us: police
In an emergency, seconds count! When emergencies occur, dial 911
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PRISM-911
In March, 2008 the City of Quinte West launched
PRISM-911, an Emergency Notification System.
PRISM-911 allows the City to directly contact
Quinte West residents via a telephone message
during emergency situations. The City’s PRISM
Program was the first of its’ kind in Canada. In
2008, the City of Quinte West was awarded two
major Provincial awards recognizing our innovative
PRISM applications, PRISM-GIS and PRISM-911
and in 2011 the City received a third Provincial
award for its PRISM Program.
The City currently has over 15,000 phone numbers
in our PRISM database (including cell phone
numbers); however, we are still missing phone
numbers. Your number may be one of them. Please
visit the PRISM page on the City’s website www.
quintewest.ca to see if your contact information is
in our database. In the fall of 2010 the City launched
PRISM-911 QWik Check which allows you to check
to see if your phone number is in the City’s PRISM
database. Just go to the City’s website and type
QWik in the search field to go to this site (the City
would also needs your cell number(s) if applicable).
All information in our PRISM database is utilized
for PRISM notifications only.
register with PRISM-Care will be noted on the map
indicating their requirement for assistance. This
information is confidential and will only be used
by First Responders (Fire Department and OPP). If
you or someone you know in Quinte West needs
to be registered with PRISM-Care, please complete
the form and submit to City staff.
The City has successfully used PRISM-911 for
emergency notifications regarding an OPP standoff, flooding events, boil water advisories, missing
person events. Since 2008 the City has used PRISM
on twenty-five (25) occasions.
PRISM-911 ~ Keeping You Informed and Safe
The City will be updating our PRISM database via
a PRISM Verification process. This process will take
place annually between October and December
during which the City’s PRISM VoiceGate system
will call each number in our PRISM database
to ensure the contact information is accurate.
The responsibility to keep your PRISM contact
information updated is yours. For PRISM to
continue to succeed, the City needs your support
and assistance.
PRISM-Care is another innovative feature of the
City of Quinte West award winning PRISM Program.
PRISM-Care is a geo-referenced database that notes
if the owner / tenant of a subject property require
additional assistance from emergency personnel
in the event of an evacuation or other emergency.
Using the City’s GIS mapping system, people who
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Please fill in the following form so that we may add your information to either our
PRISM-911 or PRISM-Care databases. PRISM-Care is for citizens that may require
special care assistance in the event of an emergency. The information provided will
only be used in the event of an emergency and will not be released to any third party.
PRISM-911 Registration Form
PRISM-911 & PRISM CARE REGISTRATION FORM
Date:
Name:
Street Address
(no PO Box)
Suite or Apt Number
Municipality
City of Quinte West
Contact Phone #1
Check one
Contact Phone #2
Home r 
Work r
Cell r
Check one
Home r
Work r
Cell r
FOR PRISM-CARE REGISTRANTS:
Special care
assistance issue:
PRISM-CARE
Notification Process:
Would you like to be notified by:
Phone r
Email r
Email Address:
Please bring or send your completed form to:
City of Quinte West
7 Creswell Drive, PO Box 490
Trenton, ON K8V 5R6
For more information regarding PRISM-Care or the City’s PRISM Program, please contact:
Edward S. Woods
Information Technology Manager
613-392-2841, ext. 4465
[email protected]
Steve Whitehead
GIS Supervisor
613-392-2841, ext. 4404
[email protected]
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Transportation
Transportation
Public Transit
VIA Rail
• Daily bus service throughout Quinte West
For information about schedules: please check the
public transit signs in your neighbourhood or visit the
Quinte Access website www.quinteaccess.org
• Daily passenger service, Trenton Junction to major
cities including Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal
For information about schedules or to make a
reservation: Call 1-888-842-7245 or visit www.viarail.ca
Bus Service
Canadian National
Railway/Canadian Pacific
Railway
Laidlaw Transit Ltd.
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Commuting service from Trenton to Belleville
3 bus runs daily, Monday to Friday
Starting from: Market Square in downtown Trenton
Stops: CFB Trenton and Loyalist College
(will stop along Highway 2)
• End point: Toronto Dominion Bank at Front and
Bridge Streets in Belleville
For information about schedules: 1-888-738-8808
• Freight and express service
• Piggyback and container facilities available
• Overnight express service to Montreal and Toronto
(and other locations)
For information about rail freight/express service:
1-888-668-4626 (CN Rail)/1-888-333-8111 (CP Rail).
Above and Beyond
Photo by Mark Hopper
Coach Canada
• Scheduled service to and from Lester B. Pearson
International Airport
• Bus service to Kingston
• Bus service to Montreal
For information about schedules: 1-800-461-7661
Greyhound Bus Services
For information about schedules: 1-800-661-8747 or
visit www.greyhound.ca
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Photo by Michael J. Brethour
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Indian Summer
Photo by Edith Lepage Crete
Public Works
Public Works
Information
Adopt-a-Park/Adopt-a-Roadway
Program
The City of Quinte West has developed an Adopt-APark/Adopt-A-Roadway Program to help beautify our
roadsides and parkland.
How the Program Works. City parks, roadways,
and greenbelt areas can be ‘adopted’ by youth
clubs, neighbourhood groups, schools, or other
organizations. These groups plan and carry out
environmental activities within their adopted parks, in
cooperation with City staff.
Their volunteer work can be augmented by funds from
local sponsors to pay for materials and equipment.
Plaques will be mounted at the entrance of each park
or along the roadway identifying the adoptee group.
Objectives. The objectives of the project are to:
• create the opportunity for citizens to help the
environment
• build community pride and a sense of ownership
in our parkland and roadways
• develop opportunities for youth to learn about the
environment
• share the responsibility for a clean community with
residents
• reduce litter and associated costs of cleanup
• provide a means for service clubs and
corporate sponsors to contribute towards local
environmental projects
How to Register. If you are interested in the AdoptA-Park Project or Adopt-A-Roadway Project, please
submit a completed registration form (available at
City Offices or for download at www.quintewest.ca)
and submit it to the Recreation & Tourism Services
Department or the Public Works & Environmental
Services Department. For more information, please
613.392.2841.
LARGE AND BULKY CURBSIDE COLLECTION
Curbside collection for large and bulky items is available
by purchasing a large and bulky tag at City Hall or the
Frankford Municipal Office and items are picked up on
Friday only. The tags are priced from $10.00 for a small
item (chair, kitchen chair, end table, tv stand, bundled
wood, carpet), $15.00 for (couch, chair, desk, mattress,
box springs, toilet, tank) $27.30 (stove, dishwasher,
washer, dryer, microwave, humidifier, barbecue) to
$37.80 (for Freon item).
HELP BEAUTIFY QUINTE WEST PARKS
Honour or memorialize someone by beautifying
public spaces. Sponsorship options are available should
you wish to purchase a park bench or tree complete
with a plaque to be located in a City Park or at the
new marina. Please contact the City at 613-392-2841
Ext. 4912 for further information.
PARKS & SPORTSFIELD RENTALS
• 9 Ball Diamonds (6 lighted) • 25 Soccer Pitches
• Numerous parks, trails & picnic areas
For more information contact 613-392-2841
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Map of Facilities
The City of Quinte West - Facilities
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81-B Plant St., Batawa
11,000 sq. ft. main hall with a capacity of 300 with an
elevated stage. Attached activity room with a capacity
of 100. Ideal for wedding receptions, socials, meetings
and tournaments.
CENTENNIAL HALL
DR. MCMULLEN RECREATION CENTRE
Wallbridge-Loyalist Road
Used weekly for City programs. Used casually for
meetings.
35 March Street, Frankford
Multi-purpose auditorium, single pad arena.
CENTENNIAL PARK PAVILION
DUNCAN MCDONALD MEMORIAL COMMUNITY GARDENS
Centennial Park, Trenton
Outdoor picnic shelter with hydro. Ideal for company
picnics or family reunions.
8 Couch Crescent, Trenton
Multi-purpose room with a capacity of 240. Rink #1
with a capacity of 948, Rink #2 with a capacity of 500.
The twin pad arena is fully accessible.
FRANKFORD TOURIST PARK PAVILION
Outdoor picnic shelter with hydro, elevated stage.
Ideal for company picnics, family reunions or
community events. Washroom facilities available.
City Facilities
AMPHITHEATRE
Centennial Park, Trenton
Outdoor spectator capacity of 7,000. Seasonal facility
with washrooms, showers and large rehearsal room.
Large covered outdoor stage that hosts weekly
summer concerts and large events. Ideal location for
large company picnics or reunions.
Trent port marina
The main gathering hall overlooking the water is
equipped with free wifi and projection screens.
Ideal for your intimate celebration or business meeting.
For rates, call 613-392-2841 x4414
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Scenic Parks
ScenicParks
The total area of parkland in Quinte West is approximately 400 acres, encompassing 57 community
and neighbourhood parks and floral displays, among other community recreational parkland areas.
A full map can be viewed online at www.quintewest.ca
Centennial Park
Park’s canteen.
Located in the “hub” of Trenton, Centennial Park is
home to the Duncan McDonald Memorial Community
Gardens (Arena), amphitheatre, splash pad, new
comfort station, skate park, 16 premier soccer fields,
1 premier hardball field and several play structures.
There is also a paved accessible waterfront trail that
runs through the park and links to downtown Trenton.
From fireworks to ice fishing, there are special events
and seasonal activities that take place in the park
throughout the year.
Hollinger Park
Hanna Park
This 42-acre park, located in the Trenton Ward,
features marked nature trails, beautiful scenery, tennis
courts, and a children’s play area. Hanna Park is home
to the recently opened Kinsmen Community Dog Park,
a fully enclosed, off-leash dog park.
Frankford Tourist Park
Situated on a stretch of parkland along the Trent River
in downtown Frankford, the Tourist Park is the centre
for regional outdoor activities and special events. The
park has a sandy beach area and playground, covered
picnic pavilion, and seasonal overnight camping
facilities. To reserve your camping site, please call
613-392-2841 x4414 during business hours or visit the
With over 25 acres of hardwood and pine trees, this
beautiful public park, located in the Sidney Ward,
features a mixture of trees on several marked trails. It
also offers a sheltered picnic area adjacent to an open
meadow with benches perfect for large group outdoor
activities.
Community Greenhouse
The Quinte West Community Greenhouse is a
community-driven, volunteer-run greenhouse located
on city property at 8 Meyers St. Trenton. This 100 ft.
long, 20 ft. wide professional greenhouse is run by a
handful of community volunteers who start the growing
season ‘under plastic’ in March. The greenhouse
provides fresh produce to the Trenton Care and Share
Food Bank, Salvation Army and Community Partners
for Success. These groups serve our produce to more
than 8,000 low-income earners in our community
during the greenhouse-growing season, between midMay and mid-October. If you’re interested in becoming
a volunteer with the Community Greenhouse, or if you
would like more information, please contact Connie
McLean at Community Living at 613-394-2222.
Note: The Smoke-Free Ontario Act prohibits smoking within 20 metres of any point on the perimeter of a children’s playground
and within 20 metres of any point on the perimeter of a sporting area or a spectator area adjacent to a sporting area.
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Environmental
batawa natural playground
Environmental Services
What started out as a need to replace outdated
playground equipment in Batawa, has turned into a
community initiative with both the Batawa Lions Club
and the Batawa Development Corporation joining
the City of Quinte West in developing a “Natural
Playground”. The goal is to create and promote both
active and passive play while maintaining a space that
will be durable enough to ensure our investment for
years to come.
Conservation Authorities are community-based
environmental protection agencies that work closely
with municipal, provincial and federal government
partners, landowners and community groups to
conserve, restore and manage the natural resources
within their watershed jurisdiction.
This multi-phased project, expected to be completed
by 2017 is designed to be the connection point of the
community. The play space will be divided into junior
& senior areas as well as a swing bay, possibly a water
play and an adventure area.
The junior area will include a 4 metre tall wooden tower
with a slide and climbing wall as well as a multi – event
rope climber, limestone boulder and fallen log climber
feature. In the senior area a large robinia-pseudoacacia
log jam with a slide and climbing net dominating the
space, a horizontal log climbing wall is included and
edging ensures the separation of materials.
Between these two feature areas a water play
opportunity is presented, a concrete runnel in the
shape of the Trent Severn Waterway is set into a large
sand play area. The runnel includes wiers to represent
the lock system and is surrounded by carved logs
representing small boats or canoes.
Moving further into the site the user is presented with
a dual swing bay that includes an accessible basket
swing. Continuing into the site exposes an adventure
hillslide, a limestone boulder tunnel and even a zipline.
A portion of this park will be available for use
this summer. Watch for news about the launch.
Parks/Conservation
Rendition of a Natural Playground
Lower Trent Conservation and Quinte Conservation
are the two Conservation Authorities who have
jurisdiction within the City of Quinte West. Residents
are encouraged to contact us regarding a variety of
environmental services including:
• Obtaining a permit for construction activities
adjacent to any waterway or wetland
• Advice on tree planting, shoreline naturalization
and other land stewardship activities
• Water quality and quantity monitoring
• Drinking water source protection
• Outdoor recreation opportunities
• Environmental education events and activities
• Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan
• Flood management programs
• Volunteering
Lower Trent Conservation
714 Murray Street, Trenton, ON K8V 5P4
613-394-4829
[email protected]
www.ltc.on.ca
Quinte Conservation
R.R. #2, 2061 Old Highway 2,
Belleville, ON K8N 4Z2
613-968-3434
[email protected]
www.quinteconservation.ca
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Golf Courses/Public Skating
GOLF COURSES & driving ranges
Barcovan Golf Club
1412 County Road 64
Carrying Place, ON K0K 1L0
Tel: 613-475-2155
www.barcovangolf.com
Frankford Golf Course
9 Wallace Street
Frankford, ON K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-398-7836
www.frankfordgolf.com
Roundel Glen Golf Course
50 Golf Club Road
Astra, ON K0K 3W0
Tel: 613-392-1544
www.roundelglen.com
Bay of Quinte Golf Course
1830 Old Highway 2
Belleville, ON K8N 4Z2
Tel: 613-968-7404
www.bayofquintegolf.com
Murray Hills Golf Course
1595 County Road 28
Wooler, ON K0K 3M0
Tel: 613-397-3037
www.murrayhillsgolfcourse.com
Trenton Golf Course
292 King Street
Trenton, ON K8V 5W6
Tel: 613-392-9568
www.trentongolf.ca
Bayview Family Golf Centre
1915 Old Highway 2
Trenton, ON K8N 4Z9
Tel: 613-962-1254
www.bayviewgolfingcentre.webs.com
Oak Hills Golf Course
1538 Frankford-Stirling Road
RR #4 Stirling, ON K0K 3E0
Tel: 613-395-2611
www.oakhills.ca
Bellevue Driving Range
391 Bellevue Drive, RR #5
Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5
Tel: 613-962-4653 (during season)
www.bellevuegolfingcentre.com
Quinte Hills Golf Course
63 Holland Road (Stockdale)
RR #1 Frankford, ON K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-847-9900
www.quintehillsgolf.com
PUBLIC SKATING
Fee: $2.00 per person
Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Centre
8 Couch Crescent, Trenton, ON K8V 1G8
Saturday8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Tuesday 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Dr. McMullen Recreation Centre
35 March Street, Frankford, ON. K0K 2C0
Sunday 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Wednesday 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Public skating begins in September and
finishes at the end of March when the ice
surfaces come out for the year.
For ice rental information and
times, please contact
613-392-2841 x4414
Please check the City’s
website www.quintewest.ca
for any cancellations.
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outdoor skating
Enjoy a free skate outdoors courtesy of the
Batawa Lions Club and the Batawa Development
Corporation.
Skate from dawn until 10:00 pm at these three
lighted rinks in Batawa’s Town Square.
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Dog Park & Splash Parks
Splash Parks
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the Kinsmen Community Dog Park
Located in Hanna Park, just off Dufferin Ave., this offleash dog park allows plenty of space for your dog to
run. The dog park is completely enclosed to ensure
the safety of all.
Dog Park Rules and Regulations
• All dogs must be licensed.
• Puppies under five months of age are not currently
allowed in the park.
• No female dogs in heat.
• Dogs must be under the control of the handler,
who must have a leash.
• Dog owners/handlers must be present with their
dogs inside the park.
• Dogs must wear flat collars.
• No children under six years of age; children
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• Maximum of three dogs per handler.
• No food or drink in glass containers.
• Dogs must be removed from the dog park at the
first sign of aggression.
• Dogs must be on a leash when entering and exiting
the park.
Owners must comply with all other park rules and
regulations. Users of the dog park do so at their own
risk. Dog owners are subject to the Dog Owner’s
Liability Act.
The City of Quinte West is considering developing a
new Dog Park Committee; please call the City’s Public
Works Department to inquire how you can get involved.
the frankford & Trenton Splash Parks
Frankford Splash Park
FREE!
Corner of Riverside Parkway and River Drive in Frankford.
Wilf Wilkinson Rotary Splash Pad
Bay Street, Trenton. NEW Comfort Station
Visit our sites and enjoy the great
water features….it’s fun for the
whole family! Playground and
picnic facilities on site.
Opening Date: Victoria Day
Closing Date: Thanksgiving
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Daily operating hours
for both Splash Pads:
9:00 am – 8:00 pm
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Christmas in Trenton
Photo by Tim Morris
APRIl
24-26
Bay of Quinte Home Show
www.bayofquintehomeshow.ca
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Quinte Trash Bash
www.quintetrashbash.ca
MAY
2 & 3
34th Annual Kiwanis Walleye World
Live Release Fishing Derby
Centennial Park
613-403-3666
www.kiwaniswalleyeworld.com
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Frankford Riverfest & Fireworks
Frankford Tourist Park
www.quintewest.ca
28 -31
Kinsmen Carnival
Centennial Park
30 Barks By the Bay Canine Festival
& Trade Show
Centennial Park
www.barksbythebay.ca
30 Access-a-thon
Quinte Access
97 Front Street
613-392-9640
6
Frankford Fish & Game Club Youth Day
613 392-3579 or 613 921-2656
6
Spring Craft Fusion Sale and Showcase
Batawa Community Centre
$2 admission
613-398-6111
6
Heroes Highway Ride and Rally 2015
Main Parade Square, CFB Trenton
8:30 am – 12:00 pm (depart)
14 Bay of Quinte Road Race Challenge and Tour
Quinte West City Hall
www.quintewest.ca
25 SEPTEMBER
JULY
11 & 12 1
Canada Day Celebrations
Centennial Park
613-392-2841
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26 Annual Ad Astra Dedication
2:00 pm
National Air Force Museum of Canada
www.airforcemuseum.ca
Sports Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony
YMCA, Quinte West
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
16-18
Downtown Trenton’s Festival on the Bay
www.downtowntrenton.ca
17
Bay of Quinte Boat Cruise
1:00 – 4:00 pm & 7:00 – 10:00 pm
19 Trenton Big Band Festival
Centennial Park
Trenton’s 25th Anniversary
Scottish Irish Festival
Centennial Park
october
3
Doors Open Quinte West
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
16 Savour Bay of Quinte Food and Drink
Knights of Columbus Hall
www.savourquinte.com
24-26 Wheels on the Bay Car, Truck & Bike Show
Centennial Park
www.mshpromotions.ca/wheels.html
31 Boofest
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Duncan McDonald Memorial
Community Gardens
www.quintewest.ca
30 to Classic Country Music Reunion
Aug 2
Centennial Park
www.ccmr.ca
AUGUST
School’s Out Summer Carnival
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Quinte West Youth Centre
NOVEMBER
6
2nd Annual Senior’s Expo
Batawa Community Centre
Free admission
21 Holiday Craft Fusion Sale and Showcase
Batawa Community Centre
$2 admission
28
Frankford Santa Claus Parade
2:00 pm
Christmas Fantasy Lighting in
Frankford Tourist Park
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Trenton Santa Claus Parade
4:30 pm
Christmas Fantasy Lighting in Fraser Park
Trenton
DECEMBER
2
DBIA Nativity Celebration &
Jingle Bell Walk
4
DBIA Wagon Rides begin
613-394-4318
www.downtowntrenton.ca
5
DBIA Lighting of the Menorah
Fraser Park
www.downtowntrenton.ca
8-9
Cameron Memorial Soccer Tournament
Centennial Park
www.quintewestsoccerclub.com
JUNE
15
Quinte Zombie Zone
Batawa Ski Hill
www.quintezombiezone.com
WEEKLY EVENTS
21 - 23
Loonie Tic BMW Riders of Quinte West –
Reunion
Centennial Park
www.ltbmwr.ca
22 - 23 Quinte West House League Soccer
Tournament
Centennial Park
www.quintewestsoccerclub.com
22 - 23 Bay of Quinte Heritage Festival
www.murraycanaldistrict.ca
29 Hockey Heritage Event
Duncan McDonald Memorial
Community Gardens
27 United Way presents the Quinte West
Food Truck Festival
Centennial Park
www.unitedwayofquinte.ca
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Photo by
Michael J.
Brethour
Calendar of Events
Calendar of Events
Photo by Michael J. Brethour
QU I NTE WEST R ESI DENT’S GU I DE 2015
Quinte Access Cruise Nights
Sundays from May - September, starts at 5:00 pm
Front St. Parking Lot, Trenton
RiverFront Square Concert Series
Saturdays, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Mid-June to September
DBIA Fraser Park Concert Series
Fridays, May 29 to September 4, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Fraser Park, Trenton
Front Street Farmers’ Market
Thursday & Saturday
Seasonally from May to November
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
Norampac Summer Concert Series
July 1- Labour Day weekend
Wednesdays & Sundays
Centennial Park Amphitheatre
www.quintewest.ca
Frankford Summer Movie Series
Sundays in July & August
Starting at dusk
Frankford Tourist Park
www.frankfordyouthcentre.ca
For more event listings, visit the events calendar at www.quintewest.ca or call 613-392-2841 x4479
Please note, events listed on these 2 pages are subject to change without notice. For complete information about
an event, please visit the specified website or contact Quinte West City Hall for complete and timely information.
Free Fall
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Imagine, Discover, Explore!
The Quinte West Public Library provides two library
branches for residents, one in Trenton and one in
Frankford. Both libraries are housed in the municipal
buildings, allowing residents the ease of “one stop
shopping” and offer an array of library materials to
members, including print and non-print materials,
downloadable e-books, DVDs, music CDs, magazines,
newspapers, large print books, graphic books, French
language material, language learning and literacy
material. We have a Family History collection, local
directories and microfilmed newspapers. Many of our
historical photographs are available on a searchable online database via an on-going digitization project. This
year, the library is very excited to provide downloadable
e-books and audio-books via our website.
The Quinte West Public Library is a member of Hastinet.
In partnership with the Belleville Public Library, Hastinet
provides reciprocal borrowing privileges to residents of
the two communities. With one library card, members
can use the resources of both libraries, either in person
or via our websites.
Home Delivery
Delivery of service to those unable to visit our facilities
is also available. “Homeward Bound” provides
materials to residents of many local seniors’ facilities
and volunteers deliver materials to members residing in
their own homes but who are physically unable to visit
their library.
Programs for Adults and Kids
A wide variety of programs are available at the library.
Free computer classes for seniors are offered a number
of times a year and the Writer’s Circle of Quinte West
meets monthly to share their stories. Other workshops
and programs are held at the library. The Quinte Branch
of the Ontario Genealogical Society calls our library
home, providing materials and assistance to visiting
genealogists. Regular workshops and guest speakers are
offered. We also provide space for organizations such as
Volunteer and Information Quinte and QUIS (Quinte
United Immigrant Services).
Kids are always welcome at the library. We provide
opportunities for families to play and learn together.
There are books for all ages in both English and French,
magazines, CDs and DVDs as well as downloadable
audio books and e-books. On our website readers can
find Tumblebooks and PebbleGo, online reading and
game programs.
Regular activity programs for kids are available at the
Trenton Branch. These include Mother Goose for
parents and babies, Storytime for preschoolers, Little
Hammers for young builders, Gaming for Tweens
and Teens, and special programs on Saturdays and
holidays such as March Break and summer.
Our Kid’s Space in Trenton is a centre for creative play
and learning with games and activities, a monthly Story
Box with reading activities and crafts, and 2 touchscreen
Early Literacy Station Computers for kids up to 12 years,
with both English and French programs. The new Teen
Zone offers comfortable seating for reading, especially
our growing graphic novel collection, 2 internet access
computers, and a group study/meeting area.
Quinte West Public Libraries
QUINTE WEST PUBLIC LIBRARIES
Friends of the Library
Our Friends of the Library group work hard to provide
advocacy and material assistance to the library. They
host “Reading with Friends”, an adult book club which
meets monthly to discuss their readings. The Friends is
always ready to welcome new members.
Visit your library for an opportunity to
Imagine, Discover and Explore!
Contact us at www.library.quintewest.ca
or by telephone at the Trenton Branch 613-394-3381
or at the Frankford Branch 613-394-3381 x7572
BRANCH LOCATIONS & HOURS
TRENTON MAIN:
7 Creswell Drive
Trenton, ON K8V 6X5
Tel: 613-394-3381
TTY Users: 613-965-6849
Friday 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 9:30 am – 8:00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am – 8:00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
FRANKFORD:
22 North Trent Street,
Frankford, ON K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-394-3381 x7572
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Friends of the Library book
sale hours – Trenton Branch
Tuesday: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Last Saturday of the month:
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
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Shop Smart, Shop Local, Shop Quinte West
The City of Quinte West believes that the unique character
of our local community is defined in large by the businesses
that reside within and it is those businesses that create
charm, appeal and prosperity that help to attract new
business and prospective residents to the Quinte West
area. In support of this belief the City continues to adopt
a variety of Shop Smart, Shop Local, Shop Quinte West
promotional programs; offering a division of collaborative
marketing tools including newsprint, radio, and internet
driven campaigns, to name a few.
The City’s Shop Smart, Shop Local, Shop Quinte West
initiatives support local partnerships, allow businesses
of all sizes the opportunity to participate via means of
financial collaboration, as well as aid in promoting to
our local residents the many benefits of shopping locally,
including strengthening our job market and overall
economic growth.
For more information on the Shop Local programs, please
contact Linda Lisle, Manager of Economic Development
& Tourism at 613-392-2841 Ext 4477.
,
Neighbours Serving
Neighbours with Pride
6 Dundas Street, Trenton ON K8V 3P1
613.394.4318 www.downtowntrenton.ca
• Friday Night Concerts in the Park
• Downtown Trenton’s Festival on the Bay
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FARMERS’
Contents
FRONT STREET
MARKET
Council
OPEN
Thursday and Saturday
Buy In-Season Produce,
Baked Goods, Artwork,
Crafts, Maple Syrup,
Honey, Preserves
and so much more!
LIVE MUSIC
from10:00am-1:00pm
If you are interested in performing at the
Front Street Farmers’ Market, please contact
613-392-2841 ext. 4416
www.quintewest.ca
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Award Programs
Award Programs
SPORTS WALL OF FAME
VOLUNTEER EXCELLENCE AWARDS
Located at the YMCA of the City
of Quinte West, the Sports Wall
of Fame boast over 131 recipients
with an induction ceremony
held annually to recognize the
accomplishments of residents in
the areas of athletes, builders, and
championship teams.
The annual Volunteer Excellence Awards are held January to recognize
those individuals and groups who have excelled in volunteer service to
make our City a better place to live, work and play.
Induction Ceremony: July 11, 2015
Criteria and nomination forms for all of the above can be accessed online
at www.quintewest.ca or can be picked up at either of the City’s municipal
offices.
For more information, please contact the Economic Development &
Tourism Services Department at 613-392-2841.
Deadline for nominations: December 11, 2015
IRIS AWARDS
The City of Quinte West, in
partnership with the Trenton
Horticultural Society, presents the
annual Iris Awards.
Nominate yourself or someone
you know who goes that extra mile
to beautify our City by landscaping
their property.
Entry forms and criteria are
available for pick up at Quinte
West City Hall or the Frankford
Municipal Office or available
for
download
online
at
www.quintewest.ca.
For more information, please
contact 613-392-2841.
Deadline for nominations:
July 3, 2015
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Small but Beautiful
Photo by Andrea Dubeau
Youth Advisory Council
youth advisory council
THE 5 W’s OF VOLUNTEERING
The Youth Advisory Council is the official youth
advisory committee for the City of Quinte West.
Established in 2009, the Youth Advisory Council
advocates for youth issues giving youth a voice, works
with the City of Quinte West and the YMCA, and
serves as a connection between the leaders of today
and the leaders of tomorrow.
WHO?
You! We have lots of fun and rewarding volunteer
experiences for youth, adults and seniors. Volunteer
individually, with a friend or with family…the choice is
yours!
Responsibilities
The responsibilities of the Youth Advisory Council are
briefly outlined below.
• Centralize all the requests/interests of youth (age
13-19) residents of Quinte West.
• Act as liaison between the youth residents, the
Mayor and City Council, and the schools located in
Quinte West.
• Plan and implement fundraising activities and
events in coordination with City Council, to
further the interests and means of local businesses,
service organizations, and youth residents.
• Become actively involved in the Quinte West
community.
• Play an active role in the Youth Advisory Council
appointment process.
• Identify and bring forward issues that have an
impact on the youth of Quinte West and may
be of sufficient significance to warrant the City’s
consideration or support.
• Encourage members of the Youth Advisory
Council to become more familiar with the
workings of local government through education,
involvement, and participation.
• Encourage the constructive input of the youth of
the City of Quinte West on those matters that are
likely to have an impact on them.
For more info please contact Colleen Vickers at
613-392-2841 Ext. 4487 or [email protected]
Council Representative: Michael Kotsovos
WHAT?
Volunteer opportunities are available in a variety of
areas within our programs and special events
WHERE?
Inside, outside, daytime, evenings… you name it!
We have a wide variety of experiences throughout
Quinte West.
WHEN?
Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall...we have volunteer
opportunities all year long. Let’s work together to
find a time that works for you!
WHY?
• Experience personal growth, learning and
satisfaction
• Pursue professional growth and development
• Create employment skills
• Expand your professional network
• Enjoy social interaction/meet new people
• Be a part of positive change in your community
• Have fun
• Build personal empowerment and self-esteem
• Instill a value of giving and caring
• Complete education or work experience
requirements
To find the volunteer opportunity right for you,
please contact the City of Quinte West at
613-392-2841, or visit us online at
www.quintewest.ca.
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Youth Centres
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Frankford Youth Centre exists “to love and
serve the youth of Frankford in positive,
practical ways.” We are a drop in centre after school Tuesday
to Friday, and offer evening programs for
high school students on Friday nights.
There is a girls club and a boys club,
March Break and Summer Camps, and
many special events throughout the
year. Volunteers are always needed. Located in downtown Frankford, the youth
centre is a non-profit organization fully
funded by generous donors. For more information please visit
www.frankfordyouthcentre.ca, or our
Facebook page, or call 613-398-1211.
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Accessibility Contacts
Collaborative Access Development Service Agencies
in Hastings & Prince Edward Counties
CNIB
1-800-563-2642
www.cnib.ca
Community Living
Prince Edward
613-476-6038
www.clpe.on.ca
Community Living Quinte West
613-394-2222
www.clqw.ca
Community Living
Belleville & Area
613-969-7407
www.communitylivingbelleville.org
Community Visions &
Networking
613-966-8484
[email protected]
North Hastings Community
Integration Association
613-332-2090
www.nhcia.ca
Counselling Services of
Belleville & District
613-966-7413
www.csbd.on.ca
Pathways to Independence
613-962-2541
www.pathwaysind.com
Kerry’s Place Autism Services
613-968-5554
www.kerrysplace.org
Madoc COPE Corporation
613-473-4158
www.centrehastings.com
Accessibility Advisory
Committee
Quinte West Staff
Accessibility Contacts
Chelsey Brooks
Anne-Marie Cunningham,
[email protected]
Darlene Dale
Customer Service Policy
Doug Jackson
June Kennedy
If you would like to provide feedback to the City
regarding Accessibility of City properties, facilities, or
services, please contact:
Johanna Teske
Bill Vandervoort
Council Representative: Duncan Armstrong
Quinte Vocational
Support Services
613-968-5211
www.qvss.on.ca
Kevin Heath, City Clerk
[email protected]
7 Creswell Drive, PO Box 490
Trenton, ON K8V 5R6
Phone: 613-392-2841
Fax: 613-392-0131
TTY: 613-965-6849
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On the Water
Ready for a Boat’s View of the Water
Photo by Shelley McCumber
On the Water
Trenchtown Wake Park
Trent severn waterway
Located on the beautiful Bay of Quinte at the mouth
of the historic Trent-Severn Waterway, Trenchtown
Wake Park is Ontario’s newest location for cable
wakeboarding. Set to open late May 2015, the park
will have two straight-line cables with jumps and rail
features that will cater to both the seasoned rider, or
someone who is just getting started. A Pro-shop is
on site and rentals are available. Lessons are included
with all riding time. Call ahead or book on-line. For
more information visit trenchtown.ca or facebook.
com/TrenchtownWake and follow them on twitter @
TrenchtownWake.
Originating in Quinte West, the Trent-Severn
Waterway is a popular summer boating attraction
connecting Lake Ontario through inland waterways to
Lake Huron. The mouth of the waterway at Trenton is
known as the gateway to the Trent-Severn Waterway.
Travelling northwest through Frankford, Sidney, and
Murray Wards, boaters can stop at any of the seven
Parks Canada locks operated in Quinte West. The
entire length of the waterway is 386 kilometres,
including 44 locks, two of which are hydraulic and
unique to North America.
MURRAY CANAL
The Murray Canal connects the Bay of Quinte
to Presqu’ile Bay, off Lake Ontario. The canal
was man-made in the 1880’s to accommodate
burgeoning shipping routes and to avoid open lake
navigation. The Murray Canal is bridged at County
Road 64 and Carrying Place. Overnight mooring
is permitted at each bridge, with public toilets and
picnic tables. There is a native portage trail existing
across the narrow band of land between the two
bays which is known as the Old Portage Road. It
claims to be part of the oldest road in Ontario.
Murray Canal
Photo by Darren Cole
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TRENT SEVERN LOCKS
There are 7 locks located within Quinte West. Charts
and passes can be purchased at Lock One in Trenton.
Lock 6 in Frankford has been recently upgraded to
accommodate overnight visitors with electricity and
showers. Parks Canada Locks are also picturesque
picnic areas for residents and visitors.
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Trent Port Marina
NEW BERTH ANNOUNCEMENT!
Trent Port Marina in the heart of Quinte West will be open for business this spring. The complete plan includes
over 380 docks. Phase 1 is targeted to open by mid-May and will see the breakwaters and over 200 docks
installed and ready for the 2015 boating season. All
transient and seasonal slips are served with water,
electricity and free WiFi.
The marina will provide boaters first class amenities
that include a bright and roomy boater’s lounge,
canteen, laundry facilities, and well-appointed showers
and washroom pods.
BBQ’s, FREE WiFi, covered pavilions, gardens and
walking paths will set the Trent Port Marina apart as a
place to “slip into something more comfortable”.
The main gathering hall overlooking the water,
equipped with Free WiFi and projection screens will be
ideal for your intimate celebration or business meeting.
Fraser Park Marina will continue to offer fuel and pump
out services.
SEASONAL SLIP RATES start at $43.50/ft
Transient rates start at $1.45/ft
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Lisa Grills, Supervisor of Tourism & Special Events
613-392-2841 ext. 4421 • [email protected]
www.trentportmarina.ca
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Photo Contest Winners
1
2014 Road Race - Sean Scally
Congratulations to the 2014 Quinte West Photo Contest Winners. Visit us online to find out more details about
our annual contest, view past photo galleries and be sure to grab your camera and enter your own great shots
from Quinte West this year.
Honourable mentions
1. Landscapes &
Landmarks
A River in Winter
Jeffrey Bach
2
1
Beauty - Mark Hopper
2. Community
& Lifestyle
King Harvest
Has Surely Come
R. Cummings-Deriger
2
3
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Supermoon at Bakers Island - Tim Morris
4. Miscellaneous
Small Visitor
Lisa Young
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& Events
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Darren Cole
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The
Afghanistan
Repatriation
Memorial
Remember, Reflect, Rejoice
Photo by R. Cummings-Deriger
The Memorial is a beautiful, permanent monument
honouring our Canadian soldiers – the men and women
who have sacrificed their lives in the war in Afghanistan.
The entire project has been funded solely by Canadians
honouring Canadian soldiers through the Give To Honour
Those Who Gave campaign, with no government assistance.
Located in Trenton, Ontario’s Bain Park on the beautiful
Bay of Quinte, and with Canadian Forces Base Trenton –
Canada’s largest Air Force Base – nearby, the Afghanistan
Repatriation Memorial is a fitting tribute not far from
where so many repatriation ceremonies occurred and at the
beginning of our fallen soldiers’ journey along the Highway
of Heroes, from Trenton to Toronto.
The entire site is designed to be reflective and contemplative
in character and harmonize with its surroundings. Within
the Memorial’s circular form, two granite benches provide
seating for those who come to reflect and enjoy the peace
and beauty of the Memorial site and park which is open
year-round.
Highway Of Heroes
Commemorative
Coin
Limited mintage of 25,000
$69.95 each (no tax)
Payable by Cash,
Interac, Visa or
Mastercard
Supporting Our War Vets
Photo by Hilary Amolins
(no cheques)
Available at City Hall
(upstairs counter).
Quantities are limited.
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YMCA of Central East Ontario
City of Quinte West Branch
50 Monogram Place, Trenton (613)394-9622
Belleville Branch
433 Victoria Avenue, Belleville (613)966-9622
Balsillie Family Branch
123 Aylmer Street, Peterborough (705)748-9622
www.ymcaofceo.ca
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Christmas in Trenton
Photo by Tim Morris
Holiday Events
Santa Claus Parades
November 28, 2:00 pm
Frankford
November 29, 4:30 pm
Trenton
Christmas Fantasy lighting
ceremonies follow parades
in each community
Christmas Fantasy
Fraser Park, Trenton
& Frankford Tourist Park
November 29 through
January 2, 2016
Thank you to volunteer contributors
for their countless hours of setup
and maintenance!
DBIA Nativity
Celebration &
Jingle Bell Walk
December 2
Lighting of the
Menorah
December 5, Fraser Park, Trenton
Wagon Rides Begin December 4 • Pick-up at Old Town Hall, 55 King St., Trenton • Free, courtesy of the DBIA
Business Cards Banners invoiCes Letterhead
notepads LaBeLs enveLopes Logo design Laminating
BroChures digitaL Copies CheQues raffLe tiCkets
posters newsLetters Bookmarks Magazines
Canvas Prints & Much More
Office: 613-475-2927
• TOll free: 1-800-339-5662
www.willowpublishing.com • [email protected]
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!
/willowpublishing
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Concerts in the Park
Concerts in the Park
DBIA Friday Night
Concerts in the Park
NORAMPAC Summer
Concerts Series
Ted Snider Band Shell, Fraser Park
Friday evenings June through September
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
www.downtowntrenton.ca
Amphitheatre, Centennial Park
Wednesdays and Sundays
July through to Labour Day weekend
For schedule and entertainment line-up,
please visit www.quintewest.ca
RiverFront
Square
RiverFront Square is a
pedestrian plaza framed by
lovely restaurant patios to
the west and the Trent River
to the east. Residents and
visitors alike are invited to
enjoy this area that features
interlock paving stones,
plenty of seating, lighting,
beautifully
landscaped
gardens, an information
kiosk and stage. Watch
our
events
calendar
on our homepage at
www.quintewest.ca
for
events
including
the
RiverFront Square Concert
Series
on
Saturday
evenings
during
the
summer months.
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Colour Party
Photo by Suzanne Meloche
Service Clubs
Service Clubs
413 Wing
(Air Force City)
Walter Peckham
613-392-3878
Quinte Queen
Rebekah Lodge
Margaret Simpson
613-475-2504
Batawa Lions Club
Rene Lefort
343-263-1794
Rotary Club of Quinte
Sunrise
613-392-4710
Beta Sigma Phi
613-969-1323
Rotary Club of Trenton
P.O. Box 22065
www.trentonrotary.ca
Elks Lodge 486
& Royal Purple 338
613-392-8722
Frankford Lions Club
Harold Wood
613-398-7251
Kente Kiwanis Club
Paul
613-394-3890
Kinsmen Club of
Trenton
[email protected]
Kiwanis Club of
Trenton
[email protected]
trentonkiwanis.ca
Knights of Columbus
613-392-2310
Royal Canadian
Legion, Branch 110
Trenton
613-392-3740
Royal Canadian
Legion, Branch 387
Frankford
613-398-7866
Trenton Lioness Club
613-392-2537
Trenton Lions Club
613-392-2198
Trenton Odd Fellows
Lodge #113
613-392-0584
planning some
construction
or renovations?
Check with our Planning
& Development Services
Department to see what permits
are required before starting your
next project.
Visit www.quintewest.ca
for more information
or speak with
one of our friendly
Department
staff at Quinte West
City Hall during
regular office hours
at 613-392-2841.
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Quinte West Schools
Schools
Hastings & Prince
Edward District
School Board
Algonquin & Lakeshore
Catholic District
School Board
Conseil des ecoles
publiques de l’est
de l’ontario
Bayside Secondary School
1247 Old Highway #2, Bayside
613-966-2922
Sacred Heart Catholic
Elementary School
31 Thomas Bata Boulevard,
Batawa
613-398-6393
École Cite-Jeunesse
30 Avenue Fullerton,
CFB Trenton
613-392-6961
Bayside Public School 132 Aikins Road, Bayside
613-962-0694
Breadner Elementary School
31 Gimli Street, CFB Trenton
613-394-1394
College Street Public School
20 South Street, Trenton
613-392-4524
St . Paul Catholic
Secondary School
15 Tripp Boulevard, Trenton
613-394-4843
Frankford Public School 36 Adelaide Street, Frankford
613-398-6425
St. Peter Catholic School
15A Tripp Boulevard, Trenton
613-392-6577
North Trenton School
12 Briardale Boulevard, Trenton
613-392-6294
Kawartha Pine Ridge
District School Board
Prince Charles Public School 138 Dufferin Avenue, Trenton
613-392-5461
Queen Elizabeth Public School
16 Sillers Avenue, Trenton
613-392-5004
Trenton High School
15 Fourth Avenue, Trenton
613-392-1227
VP Carswell Elementary School
4 Seneca Drive, Trenton
613-392-8845
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St. Mary Catholic School
85 Campbell Street, Trenton
613-392-3538
East Northumberland
Secondary School
71 Dundas Street, RR#3
Brighton
613-475-0540
Murray Centennial Public School
654 County Road 40, Trenton
613-392-9238
Stockdale Public School 994 Will Johnson Road,
Stockdale
613-398-7200
École Elementaire
Marc-Garneau
30 Avenue Fullerton,
CFB Trenton
613-392-6961
École Secondaire Marc-Garneau 30 Avenue Fullerton,
CFB Trenton
613-392-6961
Conseil des ecoles
catholiques du
Centre-est
École L’Envol
45, pr. Johnson, CFB Trenton
613-392-5590
Private education
Quinte Christian High School
138 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road,
Belleville
613-968-7870
Trenton Christian School
340 2nd Dug Hill Road,
Trenton
613-392-3600
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LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints
79 Byrne Avenue
Trenton, Ontario
Tel: 613-392-4084
ANGLICAN
Christ Church
770 Highway 33, RR #5
Trenton, Ontario K8V 5P8
Tel: 613-394-7236
www.ontario.anglican.ca
Holy Trinity Church
Box 419, 60 North Trent Street
Frankford, Ontario K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-398-8470
www.ontario.anglican.ca
St. George’s Church
9 Byron Street
Trenton, Ontario K8V 6S2
Tel: 613-394-4244
www.ontario.anglican.ca
METHODIST
Frankford Community
Free Methodist Church
272 Mill Street
Frankford, Ontario K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-398-6386
www.fcfmc.com
BAPTIST
Orchard View Baptist Church
178 Lester Road, R.R.#5
Trenton, Ontario K8V 5P8
Tel: 613-392-5284
Trenton Baptist Church
15 South Street
Trenton, Ontario K8V 2N5
Tel: 613-392-4596
[email protected]
BIBLE CHAPEL
Lorne Avenue Bible Chapel
66 Lorne Avenue
Trenton, Ontario
Tel: 613-394-4225
Trenton Wesleyan Church
125 Dixon Drive
Trenton, Ontario K8V 1W7
Tel: 613-392-1075
www.trentonwesleyan.org
NAZARENE
Church of the Nazarene
18148 Telephone Road, R.R.# 1
Trenton, Ontario K8V 5P4
Tel: 613-475-3838
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
At the Crossroads
24 Dundas Street West
Trenton, Ontario K8V 3P2
Tel: 613-392-8200
www.atthecrossroads.ca
PENTECOSTAL
CHRISTIAN REFORMED
Ebenezer CRC
18 Fourth Avenue
Trenton, Ontario K8V 5N3
Tel: 613-394-5046
www.ebenezercrc.ca
Community CRC
149 King Street
Frankford, Ontario K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-398-7681
Bethel Pentecostal Church
77 Herman Street
Trenton, Ontario K8V 6S2
Tel: 613-392-5742
www.trentonbethel.ca
FULL GOSPEL
Zion Fellowship Church
2598 County Road 40 (Box 51)
Wooler, Ontario K0K 3M0
Tel: 613-397-3270
PRESBYTERIAN
Full Gospel Tabernacle
33 South Trent Street
Frankford, Ontario K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-398-6185
www.fullgospeltabernacle.ca
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
16 Marmora Street
Trenton, Ontario K8V 2H5
Tel: 613-392-1300
www.standrewstrenton.ca
ROMAN CATHOLIC
St. Alphonsus RC Church
98 County Road 5
Wooler, Ontario
Tel: 613-397-3189
St. Francis of Assisi Parish
288 Riverside Parkway
Frankford, Ontario K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-398-6745
Places of Worship
Places of Worship
St. Peter’s Catholic Church
125 Queen Street
Mailing: 140 Dundas Street West
Trenton, Ontario K8V 3P5
Tel: 613-392-3767
www.stpeters-trenton.org
SALVATION ARMY
Salvation Army Church
244 Dundas Street East
Trenton, Ontario K8V 1L9
Tel: 613-392-3392
UNITED
Carrying Place United Church
20 Old Portage Road
Carrying Place, Ontario K0K 1L0
Tel: 613-392-2146
Frankford United Church
61 Mill Street
Frankford, Ontario K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-398-6434
Stockdale United Church
1671 County Road 5, Box 1, RR #1
Frankford, Ontario K0K 2C0
Tel: 613-634-7280
www.stockdaleunited.ca
Trenton United Church
85 Dundas Street East, Box 21025
Trenton, Ontario K8V 1M2
Tel: 613-392-6001
www.trentonunited.ca
Wooler United Church
2798 Wooler Road
Wooler, Ontario K0K 3M0
Tel: 613-397-1600
[email protected]
Westminster United Church
1199 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road
Belleville, Ontario K8N 4Z5
Tel: 613-968-4304
[email protected]
www.westminsteruc.ca
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Quinte West Cadet Units
Cadet Units
SEA CADET CORPS
58 RC(Sea)CC Belleville
16 South Front Street, Belleville, ON K8N 2Y3
Parade Night 1830 hours (6:30 pm) Thursday
Corps Telephone Number 613-962-4647
E-mail Address [email protected]
79 RC(Sea)CC Trenton
Breadner Elementary School, 31 Gimli Rd, Trenton, ON
Parade Night 1800 hours (6:00 pm) Tuesday
Corps Telephone Number 613-392-1055
E-mail Address [email protected]
ARMY CADET CORPS
2818 RC(Army)CC Belleville
Belleville Armoury, 187 Pinnacle St., Belleville, ON
Parade Night 1800 hours (6:00 pm) Monday
Corps Telephone Number 613-966-2123
E-mail Address [email protected]
100 RC(Army)CC Brighton
71 Dundas St. Brighton K0K 1H0
Parade Night 1800 hours (6:00 pm) Monday
Corps Telephone Number 905-355-5170
E-mail Address [email protected]
2777 RC(Army)CC Campbellford
Campbellford District High School
119 Ranney St. North, Campbellford, ON K0L 1L0
Parade Night 1900 hours (7:00 pm) Monday
Corps Telephone Number 705-201-1047
E-mail Address [email protected]
385 RC(Army)CC Madoc
Madoc Armouries, 139 St. Lawrence St. E.,
Madoc, ON K0K 2K0
Parade Night 1830 hours (6:30 pm) Monday
Corps Telephone Number 613-473-1841
E-mail Address [email protected]
AIR CADET SQUADRONS
173 RC(Air)CS Trenton
Trenton High School, 15 Fourth Ave., Trenton, ON
Parade Night 1800 hours (6:00 pm) Wednesday
Squadron Telephone Number 613-394-5156
E-mail Address [email protected]
608 RC(Air)CS Belleville
Belleville Armouries, Pinnacle & Bridge St., Belleville, ON
Parade Night 1800 hours (6:00 pm) Wednesday
Squadron Telephone Number 613-962-7300
E-mail Address [email protected]
704 RC(Air)CS Trenton
Trenton Cadet Training Centre, 3 Yukon Street,
8 Wing/CFB Trenton, Astra, ON K0K 3W0
Parade Night 1800 hours (6:00 pm) Monday
Squadron Telephone Number 613-392-1360
E-mail Address [email protected]
851 RC(Air)CS Picton
224 County Road #8, Picton, ON K0K 2T0
Parade Night 1815-2100 hours
(6:15 - 9:00 pm) Tuesday
Squadron Telephone Number 613-476-6881
E-mail Address [email protected]
Cadets must be 12 years of age to join, and may remain in the cadet movement until they reach their 19th birthday.
There is no fee to join cadets. Uniforms will be provided after enrolment. Applicants are required to produce their
birth certificates when applying to join cadets. Activities vary between each of the cadet elements (Air, Land, Sea).
There is classroom training, weekend exercises, and various community services involved. After a complete year of
parading with a cadet unit, the cadets may apply to attend a summer camp for Basic Training activities.
RCACS – Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron • RCSCC - Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps
RCACC - Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps
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Photo by
Lyle Webb
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SPORTS ACTIVITIES
Youth Bowling of Canada & Youth Bowling League......
................................................................................613-392-5756
Aikido – Bushinkan Dojo............................. 613-395-4747
ARTS GROUPS
Batawa Ski Hill................................................ 613-398-6568
Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons... 1-888-277-2628
............................................................. [email protected]
Club Medd Bowling Lanes...........................613-392-5756
Cold Creek Cloggers....................................... 613-392-9145
Dance Time Studio...........................................613-392-8112
Frankford Figure Skating Club................... 613-394-1016
......................................................................www.frankfordfs.ca
Arts Quinte West............................................613-392-7635
Bay of Quinte Community Players..www.mytheatre.ca
Cold Creek Wood Carvers............................613-392-1777
Quinte Arts Council........................................613-962-1232
Trent Valley Quilters.........Trentvalleyquiltersguild.com
Trenton Stamp Club...................................... 613-394-2024
Trenton Art Club............................................. 613-398-6525
Frankford Golf Club........................................613-398-7836
seniors GROUPS
Frankford Minor Softball..............................613-847-1474
Frankford & District Seniors Club #386............................
613-395-2347
Friends of the Trail..........................................613-398-0782
...........................................................www.friendsofthetrail.ca
Old Timer Hockey – Stirling Arena......... 613-395-5000
Quinte Bay Cloggers..................................... 613-966-7026
Contacts
Wooler Minor Sports..................................... 613-394-1016
Community Contacts
Community Contacts
Seniors 105 Club............................................. 613-392-5400
Seniors Unlimited (Batawa)...................... 613-965-0943
Quinte Bay Gymnastics................................ 613-967-9517
Quinte Blades Speed Skating Club........................................
...................................................www.quinteblades.reach.net
Quinte Judo Club............................................. 613-395-5192
Quinte Men’s Soccer League..................... 613-968-4823
Quinte Needle Arts Guild........................... 613-962-9095
Quinte Rowing Club.......................................613-962-6818
Quinte Sailability............................................613-475-4427
..........................................................................www.sailability.ca
Quinte Touch Football.............. [email protected]
Quinte Twirlers Square Dancing...............613-961-7884
Quinte West Minor Ball Hockey League........613-969-5757
Quinte West Amateur Ball......................... 613-394-6500
Quinte West Minor Hockey League........ 613-965-0496
Quinte West Soccer Club............................. 613-965-6283
Sidney Slow Pitch.............................................613-968-5487
Stirling Curling Club..................................... 613-395-4444
Trenton City Sockers Soccer Club...........................................
............................................................... [email protected]
Trenton Curling Club..................................... 613-392-5244
Trenton Figure Skating Club....................... 613-955-8912
Trenton Lawn Bowling Club....................... 613-392-5938
Trenton Nomads Hockey (Old-timers)........613-475-1255
Trenton Rowing & Paddling Club.............613-392-7635
Trenton Yacht Club........................................ 613-392-8995
Whaley’s Karate Studio............................... 613-392-4369
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Community Contacts
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LIBRARIES & MUSEUMS
Frankford Library............................................... 613-398-7572
Farmtown Park.....................................................613-395-0015
Quinte West Main Library..............................613-394-3381
National Air Force Museum of Canada.....613-965-7012
..............................................................www.airforcemuseum.ca
Heritage Café/Trenton Town Hall 1861.. 613-394-1333
The James Alexander Theatre....................... 613-394-1333
COMMUNITY GROUPS
8 Wing / CFB Trenton................................... 613-392-2811
413 Wing Pipe & Drums..............................613-955-0518
Addictions Centre.......................................... 613-969-0077
Alcoholics Anonymous..............................1-866-951-3711
Alzheimer’s Society........................................ 613-962-0892
Big Brothers/Sisters of Hastings and
Prince Edward Counties............................... 613-962-3666
Canadian Cancer Society............................ 613-962-0686
Children’s Aid...................................................613-962-9291
Children’s Mental Health Services..... 1-800-668-6868
Community Care.............................................. 613-392-4181
Community Living Quinte West............... 613-394-2222
The Compass Program................................. 613-394-2302
Community Partners for Success...............613-965-1167
................................................................................613-398-1881
Crime Stoppers.................................................613-969-8477
.......................................................................... 1-800-222-8477
Downtown Business Improvement Area
(Trenton).............................................................613-394-4318
FSNA Quinte Branch (National Association
of Federal Retirees) ....................................... 613-394-4633
Friends of Trenton Pipes & Drums.......... 613-922-9982
Girl Guides of Canada..............1-877-323-4545 x 3424
Hastings County Social Services............... 613-966-8032
...........................................................................1-800-267-0575
Health Unit (Trenton)...................................613-394-4831
.......................................................................... 1-800-267-2803
Kids Help Phone......................................... 1-800-668-6868
Lower Trent Conservation........................... 613-394-4829
Loyalist College.................................................613-969-1913
Loyola School of Adult and
Continuing Education................................... 613-965-5840
Meals on Wheels............................................. 613-392-5369
Mental Health Services................................ 613-394-3449
New Beginnings.............................................. 613-394-3449
Community Learning Alternatives...........613-394-3740
Quinte Health Care Trenton...................... 613-392-2540
Quinte West Chamber of Commerce......613-392-7635
Scouts Canada (Quinte West)..............1-888-726-8876
Pathways to Independence..........................613-962-2541
Special Olympics............................ 1-888-333-5515 x 278
St. John Ambulance........................................613-962-7933
Trenton Horticultural Society
& Garden Centre.............................................613-392-2572
Trenton & District Business
& Professional Women’s Club.................. 613-394-0802
............[email protected]primus.ca
Trenton Children’s Centre........................... 613-392-0595
Trenton Food Bank..........................................613-394-5551
VON – Victorian Order of Nurses........... 613-392-4181
Welcome Wagon..............................................613-475-5994
...........................................................................1-866-873-9945
YMCA ................................................................. 613-394-9622
Youth Habilitation.......................................... 613-392-8317
FEDERAL AND PROVINCIAL
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
northumberland Hastings & Prince
& quinte west
Edward County
Federal
Federal
MP Rick Norlock
103-B Dundas Street W.
Trenton. ON K8V 3P4
Tel: 613-392-3382
Fax: 613-392-3130
www.ricknorlock.ca
MP Daryl Kramp
1 Millennium Parkway
Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5
Tel: 613-969-3800
Toll Free: 1-866-471-3800
Fax: 613-969-3803
www.darylkramp.ca
Provincial
Provincial
MPP Lou Rinaldi
Eastern Office
6 Oliphant St., Unit 3B
Box 1000
Brighton, ON K0K 1H0
Tel: 613-475-1040
Toll Free: 1-800-263-3980
Fax: 613-392-2241
[email protected]
MPP Todd Smith
81 Millennium Parkway,
Unit 3, P.O. Box 575
Belleville, ON K8N 5B2
Tel: 613-962-1144
Toll Free: 1-877-536-6248
www.toddsmithmpp.ca
EMERGENCY CONTACTS
Emergency................................................................................ 911
Quinte West O.P.P...........................................613-392-3561
Quinte West Fire Department...................613-392-6557
Quinte Health Care Trenton Memorial Hospital
............................................................................... 613-392-2540
Hastings & Prince Edward Counties Health Unit
............................................................................... 613-966-5550
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A beautiful smile starts here.
When you visit our practice, we hope you will experience the fun, friendly
atmosphere we work hard to create. We believe that a doctor and patient
become a team for treating an individual’s dental needs.
Dr. Brett’s experience with pediatric dentistry ensures that his younger
patients get the specialized care needed for long optimal, oral health.
We offer a full service family clinic and we invite you to experience
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