• Local love in a Global Crisis

    The United Way is asking the community to support the most vulnerable in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The fund known as local love in a global crisis . We have been reaching out to our community partners, front line agencies, and local health authority to identify needs in our community. To make a donation go to the United Way Website
  • St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival Cancels the season

    TO OUR "SHAKESPEARE" FAMILY, FRIENDS, SUPPORTERS AND OUR COMMUNITY AT LARGE: Following restrictions released by the Government of Canada, the Government of Ontario and the Town of Prescott regarding the COVID-19 global pandemic, we at The St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival are heartbroken to announce the postponement of our 2020 season. A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Fantasticks were originally set to open on July 10th, 2020 at the Kinsmen Amphitheatre in Prescott, Ontario, in collaboration with our partner the Town of Prescott and with support from the Ontario Arts Council.​ Richard Sheridan Willis, the Festival's Artistic Director, says: "We truly regret that these amazing stories and artistic visions will not be shared with our audiences this year – our 18th season. This was an upsetting decision to make but the only option available to us in the current circumstances. The health and safety of our artists, audience and community are paramount at this time. This, together with the considerable work needed to prepare for our celebrated rep season and the significant costs involved, presents too great a risk during a time of such upheaval and uncertainty. Our goal is to ensure that we continue to be one of Ontario's top outdoor summer theatre companies and to be here to serve our community in the future."​ The Festival's plan is to program these exciting productions as part of their 2021 season. The company still hopes to stage the popular community musical of Mary Poppins in the Fall of 2020 depending on circumstances prevailing at that time.​
  • Zoom Karoake Party

    The Fort Wellington Branch #97 is inviting you to a ZOOM KARAOKE party. This will be every Friday at 6 pm until June 5th. It’s the LEGION FRIDAY NITE KARAOKE PARTY
  • Virtual MS Walk

    The MS Walk has gone virtual, join us on Sunday, May 24 as weChallengeMS. Walking and being part of the MS Walk is an annual tradition for many, and this MS Awareness Month is no different. On Sunday, May 24, #WeChallengeMS together and turn your ordinary walk into an extraordinary action. Join us as we rally together as the MS community and create positive change through the first ever virtual MS Walk.
  • Brockville Srrong Food Drive # 2

    Following the generous support of the initial food drive on held on Sat. April 11th, a second Community Strong Food Drive is set in support of Loaves & Fishes and the Food Bank for Saturday May 9th from 11am to 1pm* with two new routes (1 west and 1 east) south of the 401. Both will be starting and finishing at Quickie Convenience location on the corner of Central and Ormond . Monetary donations are graciously accepted via email transfer to the following: Items can also be dropped off at the radio station at 601 Stewart Blvd.
  • Monthly Meeting of Ontario Genealogical Society

    On Monday, May 11th the Leeds & Grenville Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society will host its first-ever Online Branch Presentation, beginning at 7:00 pm. Our presenter, Tom Graham, will give us “Tales from the General Store – the Untold History of Bishop’s Mills”. His presentation will share some of the stories captured in his book of the same name, of the development of the community, the families who settled there, and major events which took place in the village. You are invited to attend our Zoom meeting on Monday, May 11, 2020 at 7:00 pm EDT. You need to register in advance for this meeting, using the registration link located on our website: . If you’ve never used Zoom before, you will be prompted to download the software.