Come and try modern square dancing! Harbour Lites invite singles and couples of any age to join them every Wednesday, from 7 to 9 pm at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Prescott. Your first two nights of dancing are free. For more info contact Gerald at 613 652 4232 or Pearl 613 925 1197.
The MS Society Support group meets the 4th Thursday (Sept.26th) 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
Brockville's favourite dress up party will be back this Fall! The Rotary Brockville ShowTime Extravaganza sponsored by Brockville Home Hardware Building Centre will not disappoint as this year we will be dressing up as our favourite movie star! There will be awards for best costume. September 27, 2019 featuring Chris Coyea & Alex Fleuriau Chateau for live entertainment. The Brockville Country Club Granite Room Tickets available at: Brockville Home Hardware Building Centre Alan Browns Clothiers or from your favourite Brockville Rotarian.
Open men's free breakfast meeting at; Brockville Tabernacle Church 2811 second Concession Brockville Date: the Fourth Saturday of every month. Next meeting: Sept 28th, 2019 Contact email: email@example.com Contact Phone: 613-802-3670
Big Trouble in little Tunnel Town is an original Murder Mystery Comedy Dinner Theatre
event that will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2019 in support of the charitable work
of the May Court Club of Brockville. The Uppity Improv Society will perform a hilarious script they have written that focuses on
the world-wide attention the historic railway tunnel has attained since its re-opening as a
major tourist attraction. Watch out for a fast-talking salesman with big ideas on how to make
it even more famous.
The event will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 96 on Park Street in Brockville,
in the upstairs banquet room. Roast chicken with all the fixin's and dessert is on the menu. A
veggie alternative dinner is also available upon advance notice. A cash bar will be available.
Tickets are $50. per person and are available at the May Court Thrift Shop on King Street in
Brockville; on line at Snapd1000islands.com or by calling 613-926-1631.
Brockville Culture Days will celebrate its 5th Anniversary on September 28th, while Canada Culture Days mark their 10th Anniversary of celebrating arts and culture in the community. The Brockville festival will take place between 9 am and 4 pm on King St.W. between Buell and Perth St. thanks to a street closure sponsored by Downtown Brockville. The gathering of over fifty arts and culture groups allows the community to learn more about the broad range of activities, volunteer opportunities, and learning experiences available here in Brockville.
There are three notable additions this year. At 9 am the Brockville Walls Project Mural, located behind From Here to Infinity Gallery, off of St. Paul St. will be formally dedicated, with the project team present to answer questions and discuss the genesis of the project. The Consensus Bus is sponsored by Ontario Culture Days and created by Alex Snukal. It is a free bus that runs for 4 hours and will take any passenger wherever they wish to go, provided that all the other passengers are in agreement.
The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is coming to St. John’s United Church in Brockville on Saturday, September 28th when the Sultans of String will perform on the St. John’s Stage.
The St. John’s Fundraisers team will be offering a limited seating dinner for 75 people before the concert. The pricing for this home-cooked ham dinner is $20. Ticket sales for the pre-concert dinner are going quickly with only 15 seats left for this dinner. Please contact the Church Office if you want to reserve a seat for the dinner.