• Brockville Ontario Speedway Ultimate Fan

    All week listen to BOB Mornings with Brock Tufts  from 6-10 and Josh Corbett from 2-6 for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the Brockville Ontario Speedway race on Saturday, July 21st! Plus a chance to win the ULTIMATE FAN package!
  • Lansdowne Fair

    All week listen to BOB Mornings with Brock Tufts for your chance to win a 4 pack of day passes to the Lansdowne Fair this weekend!
  • July $500 Cash Grab

    Want to win $500 cash fast?! You can do just that with BOB FM Cash Grab!
  • Fort Kids Summer Fun

    Summer is a great time for kids to have fun and explore the natural and cultural treasures of Parks Canada’s special places. That is why Fort Wellington National Historic Site has created Fort Kids; a program designed to encourage imagination, discovery, and adventure, while learning about Canada's heritage. The popular kid’s day-program takes place on Tuesdays at Fort Wellington beginning on July 10th and runs until August 14th. Children aged 7-12 are invited to re-live history as time travellers to the War of 1812, the 1840 Rebellion, and other periods related to the fort's past. Each Tuesday presents a new and exciting theme such as Soldier Day, Pirate Day, and Archaeology Day. During the camps, children get the chance to play dress up, build their own forts and naval vessels, and enjoy the same games that children would have played 200 years ago. Each Fort Kids single day session runs from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Participants who don’t want to miss out on this historic adventure should register soon as space is limited to 20 participants each Tuesday. Register for one day, or for every Tuesday, by contacting Fort Wellington at ont-wellington@pc.gc.ca or by calling 613-925-2896. A complete list of the Fort Kids themes can be found on the Fort Wellington’s website. Parks Canada develops innovative programs, such as Fort Kids, to inspire more Canadians, including youth and newcomers, to experience the outdoors and learn about our history.
  • Summer Fun at the Brockville Library

    Head to the Library for some old-fashioned outdoor fun -- chalk art, hopscotch, skipping games, bubble concocting and more will be the activities taking place. We'll also be registering participants in the TD Summer Reading Club. All books that are read through this program will count towards our 2018 grand total -- last summer we read 1444 books. Pick up a calendars to see all our other summertime events taking place at YOUR LIBRARY. Please contact LISA CIRKA for any further details. 613-342-3936 x6424 or lisa@brockvillelibrary.ca
  • Sisters of the Drum

    Learn about Indigenous culture and history while making a traditional medicine bag with Sisters of the Drum. Thursday, July 19 from 6-8 pm at the Brockville Public Library. All supplies included and everyone is welcome to join. Tickets are $18 each available at the library and online at 1000islands.snapd.com. For more information, please call 613-342-3936.