• Charity Car Wash and BBQ

    Charity Car wash and BBQ at Brockville Hyundai each Saturday from now until Thanksgiving weekend. The Fun runs from 10 – 3 at Brockville Hyundai on Stewart Blvd. This week it’s St. John Ambulance washing your car and cooking up Burgers and hot dogs.
  • 7th annual Fairies in the Park

    FAIRIES in the Park! 8th Annual! Saturday, June 15th at 11am-3pm St. Lawrence Park, Brockville, ON Things are about to get a little more enchanted ... Come let your fairies and fantasy creatures roam and fly; Wings, Tutus, and fantasy apparel encouraged! Show up as a Fairy, Unicorn, Pirate, Mermaid, anything mystical! Enchanted story telling with magical guests, Face Painting, DIY Photo Shoot, Yoga, Crafts Live Performances... Vendor market; Food, and more! Girls AND Boys of all ages are welcome! Bring the whole family and picnic in an enchanted environment! FREE ADMISSION VOLUNTEERS & EVENT SPONSORS NEEDED HELP US OUT WITH THE GROWING DEMAND FOR MORE MAGIC AND FUN! Contact or call (613) 498-2952 for vendor registration & SPONSORSHIP info.
  • Shanley Road at Mallorytown Legion

    Father's Day at the Mallorytown Legion with Shanley Road, dancing from 1 - 5 pm. Cold plate dinner at 5 pm. $13 for both entertainment and food. Tickets at the Mallorytown Legion.
  • Bloomsday

    Join us in Brockville's 9th Annual Celebration of Bloomsday On a summer day – June 16, 1904 – Leopold Bloom embarked on his epic Odyssey around the city of Dublin, as chronicled by James Joyce in his famous novel Ulysses. To celebrate Bloomsday and its chaotic festival of life in all its messy glory, we enjoy selected and fairly comprehensible readings from Ulysses, together with readings from early celebrants including Patrick Kavanaugh and Flann O'Brien, Irish music and song, gorgonzola sandwiches and wine...
  • Blood Donor Clinic

    Blood Donor Clinic Monday June 17thth from 1 – 7 pm at the Brockville Memorial Centre, Brockville – sponsored by the Brockville Lions Club. There is an urgent need for Blood donors - YOU have a chance to give the gift of life! Donate blood and give a hospital patient the gift that can’t be bought. Book online at, call 1-888-236-6283.
  • St. John Ambulance Awards

    The Leeds-Grenville and Lanark area Branch of St. John Ambulance will be celebrating the achievements of our volunteers. Citizens from our neighbourhoods will receive the following awards:  Most Duty Hours (Youth Division)  St. John Ambulance Brigade (best new Youth member)  The Eyre Award (outstanding work throughout the year)  The Dame Colleen Lloyd Award (most improved Youth member)  Most Duty Hours (Medical First Responder Division)  Col W.S. Watson Award (most improved member Medical First Responder Division)  CBC Broadbent Award (most outstanding member Medical First Responder Division)  Excellence in Instructing Volunteers will also be recognized for years of service, duty hours, and number of visits (Therapy Dog Teams). Brockville City Councillor Leigh Bursey will be the guest speaker. Each year, more than 75 local volunteers provide the citizens in the Leeds-Grenville and Lanark communities with medical first response (first aid) services at events across the region. Our volunteers also offer Dog Therapy visits, Car Seat clinics, youth programs and of course, first aid training!
  • Zumba Fiesta

    Zumba Fiesta - Join in the fun and join us on the Tennis Courts on Tuesday June 18, 2019 at 5:15-6:15 pm The rain date is Thursday, June 20. Door Prizes! Donations to the YMCA’s 2019 Strong Kids Annual Giving Campaign welcomed. This event is open to all, Photo ID required 16+ years.
  • Alzheimer Society Men's Caregiver Chat Group

    The Alzheimer Society's men's caregiver chat group meetings the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 10 - 11:30 am at Good Shepherd Lutheran church at 374 Stewart Blvd., Brockville - this is for male caregivers.
  • Genealogy Drop-in

    Genealogy Drop-In sponsored by Leeds & Grenville Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society at our Archives/Library at 5 Henry Street, Brockville (in the basement at the Brockville Museum). Drop in any time from 10:00 am until noon on Wednesday June 19th. Members of the local Branch will be on hand to answer questions to help you in your genealogy research. Come build your family tree. This is a free event. The Archives are also open every afternoon Monday-Saturday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm from June until Labour Day weekend, and anyone is welcome to drop in for research and assistance with their genealogy. All welcome!
  • Friends of Mac Johnson Wildlfe Area Potluck

    Friends of MJWA annual POTLUCK – Wednesday, June 19, 5 p.m. at the MJ Nature Ctr. - All welcome. Bring your Own plates and cutlery along with a group main dish or a group dessert . • Beverages provided (coffee, pop, water) • Come and learn more about FMJWA and how you can volunteer
  • Evening to Remember

    Brockville General Hospital Palliative Care Program Annual Hardy Park Evening to Remember. We invite you to join us for a reflective gathering of music, hope, healing, and remembering those who have died. Wednesday, June 19th, 2019, Begins at 7:00pm On the banks of the St. Lawrence River at the Hardy Park Pavilion. Please bring a chair, rain or shine
  • Weekly Bingo

    Weekly BINGO 6:00 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 Light Snacks Available at the Mallorytown Legion
  • Criminal Past Walking Tour

    Explore Brockville's criminal past on the Brockville Museum's downtown walking tour. Hear some of the curious accounts from trials held at the local courthouse; learn about one of the largest bank heists in Canadian history, and discover exactly what happened to John Simpson's skin, among other true stories. Experienced and entertaining historical interpreters will be your hosts on this 90 minute journey. Tickets are only $8 per person and are available for purchase through SNAP'D or in person at the Brockville Museum. Parental discretion is advised. All tours begin and end at the Museum.
  • Historic Waterfront Walking Tours

    Historic Waterfront Walking Tours - Thursdays 7 p.m. & Fridays 3 p.m. June 20 - August 23. The St. Lawrence River has always held a special place in Brockville's history. Once our industrial core, our shores have been transformed into the city's recreational heart. Let one of the Brockville Museum's entertaining and informed historical interpreters tell you some of the fascinating stories about our treasured waterfront. Tours are approximately 90 minutes in length. Tickets are only $8 per person and are available for purchase through or in person at the Brockville Museum. All tours begin and end at the Museum.
  • Alzheimer Support Group Meetings Brockville

    Caregiver Support Groups meeting throughout Lanark, Leeds and Grenville. BROCKVILLE: 2nd Thursday of each month (July 11th) from 10:30 - noon at 42 Garden St in the Alzheimer Office. 3rd Thursday of each month (June 20th)from 6:30 - 8 pm at the Alzheimer office at 42 Garden St.; 4th Tuesday of each month (June 25th) from 1 - 3 pm at the Royal Brock Retirement Living.
  • Alzheimer Support Group Meetings Athens

    The Alzheimer Support groups meet throughout Lanark, Leeds and Grenville. In Athens, it's the 3rd Thurdsay of each month from 1 -2:30 pm at Maple View Lodge
  • Music at the Spencerville Mill

    Music at the Mill, Spencerville, 11 Water St.,Fabulous eastern Ontario, melodic rock guitarist Cory M. Coons brings his driving force to the historic Mill. June 20, 7:30 pm. Doors open 7:00 pm. Tickets $15 at the door or Cash bar
  • Maycourt club Fundraising BBQ

    MayCourt Club Fundraising BBQ June 22nd from 11:00 to 3 p.m. at Superstore. Chef Michael is cooking! For more information check out MayCourt Thrift Shop Brockville Facebook page or call 613-342-2251.
  • Men's Free Breakfast Meeting

    Open men's free breakfast meeting at; Brockville Tabernacle Church 2811 second Concession Brockville Date: the Fourth Saturday of every month. Next meeting: May 25th, 2018 Contact email: Contact Phone: 613-802-3670
  • Rhubarb Festival

    North Augusta United Church presents The Rhubarb Festival Saturday June 22nd from 1 - 3 pm at the Community Hall in North Augusta. Indulge in Rhubarb desserts, Sundaes, Ice cream, Punch, Tea and coffee. Live music my Eric King. All proceeds to North Augusta United Church.
  • 4th Annual Lansdowne Textile Festival

    It's the 4th annual Lansdowne Textile Festival - Come and enjoy the vision and feel of hand crafted art. See spinners, weavers, quilters, rug hookers, needles crafters, and more showcase their skills. Feel the softness of the rovings and the colourful hand dyed wool. Finished products, wool, kits and accessories are waiting to tempt you! Sat June 22, 2019 from 10am to 4pm at the Lansdowne Community Hall. Admission: $1.00
  • Be a Super Hero for Strong Kids

    Be A Super Hero for Strong Kids! For ages 5-12 years. Saturday, June 22, 2019 @ 2-4 pm (minimum 10 participants required) Kids can paint their own version of a Superhero, while supporting The YMCA 2019 Strong Kids Annual Giving Campaign Sign up today at the Membership Desk. Cost $40. Tax receipt will be issued for $20.
  • Sunday Concerts in the Park

    Sunday in the Park 2019 June 23 – Sue Baker and 1000 Islands Jazz Quartet; June 30 – Perpetual Emotion Vocal Quartet; July 7 – Brockville Concert Band; July 14 – 1000 Islanders Chorus; July 21 – Alexander’s Big Time Band; July 28 – Night Train Big Band; August 4 – Fiddlers Plus; August – 11 Ruby Tuesday Dixieland Band (at St. John’s because of Ribfest); August 18 – Maple Leaf Brass Band; August 25 – Chris and Alex with the Great Music Guys. 10 Concerts total. Rain venue SJUC Stage. June/July concerts start at 7:00, August at 6:30
  • Alzheimer Support Group Meetings Prescott

    The Alzheimer Society support groups meet throughout Lanark, Leeds and Grenville. In Prescott, it's the 4th Monday of each month from 10 - 11:30 am at Walker House, at 623 King St. West.
  • MS Society Support Group Meeting

    The MS Society Support group meets the 4th Thursday (June 27th) of every month, Richard's Coffeehouse (across from the Brockville Arts Centre), 1-3 p.m.This is a wonderful way to connect with other people affected by MS for mutual support, comfort and friendship. Contact Margaret at 613-342-6396 foe more information
  • Rideau Lakes Studio Tour

    The 21st annual Rideau Lakes Studio Tour is being celebrated on June 29th and 30th, 2019, at various studios throughout the Rideau Lakes district. Artists featuring paintings, pottery, sculptures, wood carvings, weaving, quilts, jewelry and more will be open from 10:00 am to 5:00pm, brochures are available at local restaurants, stores and welcome centres, visit our website at, like us on Facebook or call 613-272-3630. See you there.
  • Monthly Grief Support Meeting

    The Brockville & District Hospice Palliative Care Service monthly grief support meeting is for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. The next meeting is Wed. July 3 at 7 pm in the boardroom of the Garden Street Site. The topic: . For more info or to register call Pam Foster at 613-345-5649 Ex 4415
  • Home for Dinner Exhibit

    Over the last two years, the Spencerville Mill has hosted two popular retro-exhibits, Quiltessence and Toys of Yesteryear which highlighted the design talent and unique craftmanship of things created before mass production. Both exhibits required short-term loans of treasures from local collectors. This year’s exhibit, Home for Dinner, will feature household kitchens, women’s house wares and the evolution of kitchen “conveniences” over 50 years; pre-electrification, pre-refrigeration and pre-convenience food − no TV dinners in this era! Although the challenge may be greater, once again the Mill is putting out the call for loans of artifacts. Exhibit organizers hope to find items from 1890 to 1945 including the kitchen sink – and hopefully an old stove or two as well. Interested lenders can go to the Mill website for more information and access to an on-line artifact loan form or call lead organizer Sheila Fawcett at 613 658-5290. All donations will be carefully protected and returned at exhibit end. Some assistance can be provided to pick-up larger artifacts. Exhibit admission $2 a person which goes to Mill maintenance and exhibit development
  • Monthly Big Breakfast

    Mallorytown Legion MONTHLY Big Breakfast {* Please Notice Price Change*} July 7th, 2019 8:00 - 12 Noon Pancakes, Toast, Home-fries, Eggs, Bacon,Sausage, Ham, Juices, Coffee, Tea $9/Adults, $5/Youth, Free/kids under 6yrs
  • Dog Park BBQ

    The dog park BBQ is on July 13th from 11 - 3 behind the Brockville Youth Arena. Food will be by donation and we’ll have games, door prizes, hopefully some demos. We’ll also have vendors such as the Brockville animal hospital and Apple ridge farms. A day full of fun and games in support of the Off Leash Dog Park.
  • Touch a Truck

    The Children Services Department of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville will be holding its 6th annual Touch a Truck Event this summer on: Friday, August 23, 2019 10:00am-2:00pm This FREE event will be held again this year at St Lawrence College.
  • Rockin' the Big House

    Kingston Penitentiary - Kingston
    the United Way brings the first-ever public concert to Kingston Penitentiary. The historic concert will bring some of the finest Canadian talent together featuring Headstones, The Trews, The Pursuit of Happiness, and Kasador with special guest Tom Cochrane!