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Tug Hill Winter Fun Challenge


TUG HILL WINTER FUN CHALLENGE!
Now through April 15, 2023, take part in at least 8 winter outings in the Tug Hill Region and we’ll send you a Winter Fun Challenge Patch or Decal to congratulate you on your accomplishment! Hike, Snowshoe, XC or Downhill Ski, Sled, Tube, Mush, Fat Bike, and more.

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Feathered Friends – Minna Anthony Nature Center


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Saturdays, January 7 and March 4 // 11:00 a.m.—Noon
Every winter the Nature Center builds a bird feeder station to help the wintering bird
population. Birdseed will be provided to feed the birds. Our feathered friends may even land
and take seed from your hand, or your head! All ages are welcome.

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Free Snowshoe Days – Minna Anthony Nature Center


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Saturdays: January 14, February 18, and March 11 // 9:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m.
Gear up – for free! Take a pair of snowshoes out on our trails and explore winter! Weather
permitting: seven inches of snow is needed to take our snowshoes out on the trail. Please call
for conditions. Visit the Nature Center during open hours to sign out your shoes.

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A Film by Todd Field Blanchett -Tar – Brockville Arts Centre – Brockville, ON


Starring Cate Blanchet
Thursday, January 26 at 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Friday, January 27 at 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 18 at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets $10.00 (HST included)
Set in the international world of Western classical music, the film centers on Lydia Tár, widely considered one of the greatest living composer-conductors and the very first female director of a major German orchestra.

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The Trews – Clayton Opera House


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Tickets are $30/$35/$40 (General Admission/Side Balcony/Center Balcony)
Tickets | The Trews – Full Band Acoustic 2023 | Clayton Opera House
**This event is standing room only in the performance hall orchestra with a bar (cash and debit cards accepted). Balcony side and center seating is available.

The achievements of rock ‘n’ roll heavyweights The Trews are many and mighty, highlighted by multiple radio hits drawn from seven critically acclaimed studio albums plus several EPs, a pair of live records, and a retrospective. Among the most prolific, electrifying, and innovative bands on the planet, The Trews — singer/guitarist Colin MacDonald, guitarist John-Angus MacDonald, bassist Jack Syperek, drummer Chris Gormley, and keyboardist Jeff Heisholt — have shared stages with everyone from the Rolling Stones to Weezer, Bruce Springsteen to Rich Robinson, the latter collaboration culminating in three blazing tracks on the band’s latest, The Wanderer, cut in Nashville with the onetime Black Crowes guitarist. Amid the global pandemic, which halted both the Nashville sessions and tour plans for 2018’s epic Civilianaires album, The Trews completed The Wanderer at home in Canada with producers Derek Hoffman and Eric Ratz, emerging with their fiercest and most accomplished set of songs to date, and a heck of backstory to boot.

 

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Ice Fishing Clinic – Minna Anthony Nature Center


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Join local fishing guide Aziel Snyder for a step-by-step instruction of ice fishing on Eel Bay!
Augering the ice, tip-up setup, and baiting will be demonstrated. Meet at Eel Bay boat launch,
near Campsite Area H. No restrooms on site, Nature Center is a 2 minute drive away.

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Snowtown Film Festival – Watertown


Kick-off flannel casual red-carpet reception will be held from 6-8pm at Empire Square, 65 Public Square, in downtown Watertown, NY!

Official Film Selections

Broadcast on WPBS-TV on Saturdays at 8 p.m. January 28th, February 4, 11, and 18th, 2023

Snowtown Film Festival, a winter celebration of film, is held the last weekend in January in historic downtown Watertown, NY. Now in its ninth year STFF has grown from a humble film-lover’s weekend to a community-wide celebration of filmmaking. Home of the flannel-casual red-carpet reception, the festival features films from throughout the world that emphasize winter and the “North Country spirit”. Feature length official selections, a juried short film competition, filmmaker panel discussions and an awards ceremony have marked the schedule, culminating in a unique, culturally enriching event in the depth of lake effect snow season.

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The Last Bus – Brockville Arts Centre – Brockville, ON


Starring Timothy Spall
Sunday, January 29 at 2:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Tickets $10.00 (HST included)
An old man crosses the country just using local buses.

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Hashing over History – T I Museum- Clayton


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Discussion on: Clayton Central School 1940 Dedication.

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Fire & Ice – 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel – Clayton


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DON’T MISS WINTER’S HOTTEST PARTY
Bringing much needed merriment to winter’s longest stretch, ICE Bar promises thrills and chills as our magnificent grounds are transformed into adult playgrounds punctuated by roaring fire pits. Inside, the fun continues as party goers revel in great music, their favorite cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres. The evening ends with a blaze of color as fireworks streak across the sky. It’s an amazing and unforgettable night, which is why tickets always sell out quickly.

Tickets are $30 and will be available, starting Dec. 18, 2022, on brownpapertickets.com

Packages are available and include overnight accommodations & 2 tickets for Fire & Ice.

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Alexandria Bay Winter Carnival – Alexandria Bay


Schedule of Events:

2nd-Thursday-Figure Skating Show-Ice Arena – 6pm $1pp/$5/family.

3rd-Friday – Town Trivia-Municipal Rm – 6:30pm $2 pp-Bonfire in front of library – 8pm.

4th-Saturday-Indian River Lakes Conservancy Trail Hike- 1pm

5th-Sunday-Sledding-Golf Course-Snow Permitting

6th -Monday-Otter Creek Trail Hike-3:30 pm

7th-Tuesday-Ping Pong Tourney-Matt Chase’s- Co Route 1 – 7pm $10 pp- 50% payout.

8th-Wednesday-Scavenger Hunt-ACS-3pm – Bingo Municipal Rm-7pm-$3pp-Prizes

9th-Thursday-Village Walk-ACS-3pm-Corn Hole Toss-Fire Hall – 7pm $2pp/(8Tosses).

10th-Friday-Public Skating at Ice Arena-3pm-4pm-Movie Night at Library- 6:30pm-$1pp.

11th-Saturday-Foul Shooting-Reformed Church-9pm – 11pm. Soup on library- 11 am-2 pm- By Donation. Game Night-7pm-9:30pm. Euchre-Municipal Rm- 7pm- $2pp.

12th-Sunday-Survivor Challeges-ACS-12pm-$5pp. 4 person teams.

 

 

 

 

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1000 Islands Pond Hockey Classic 2023 – Alexandria Bay


Location is dependent on ice conditions/weather and is subject to change at any time**

Bonnie Castle Manor (Boathouse)

Register your team by January 21st @ www.riverhockeyclassic.com

Games begin Saturday @ 9 am

ENTER A TEAM TODAY!
3 on 3 Pond Hockey with Max 4 Players Per Team (35+ has a 5-player max)
$400 Entry Fee
5 Co-Ed Divisions
100′ x 50′ Rinks With 18″ High Boards
High Powered Light Towers for Night Games
Power Brooms Clean Ice After Each Game
Fire Department Floods Ice at Night
5 – DIVISIONS
All Divisions are CO-ED

Divisions may be expanded, integrated or cancelled based on numbers. We will do our best to put like talent together.

21+ Open – Mix of 20–35-year-old players with a lot of hockey experience but may not play often anymore.
21+ Recreational – Mix of beginners and former players that are more interested in the beer than the hockey.
35+ Recreational – Players in their late 30’s and 40’s that haven’t played in years but want to experience pond hockey. (5 player max)
35+ Open – Players that still play somewhat competitively in adult leagues. (5 player max)
50+ Recreational – 50- and 60-year old’s that haven’t played in a while or are more interested in the experience than the competition.

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Cliff Cardinal’s Special – Theatre Kingston – Kingston ON


You’re listening to the radio in your kitchen. The program moves from the host to the story, the story to the song. An evening of words and music with internationally-lauded writer and performer Cliff Cardinal as he performs original, dark and catchy folk songs; miraculous stories of familial resilience; legends of Turtle Island survival; and new contributions to the ongoing mythology of the Canadian experience. This is Cliff’s eagerly anticipated solo follow-up to Huff, and teams him once again with acclaimed director/dramaturge Karin Randoja.

Named by The Globe and Mail as a Canadian Cultural Icon in 2022, Cliff Cardinal is a polarizing writer and performer known for black humour and compassionate poeticism. His solo theatre productions STITCH, HUFF, and CLIFF CARDINAL’S CBC SPECIAL have won numerous awards.

Created and Performed by Cliff Cardinal;

Directed by Karin Randoja

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Redwood Hill Preserve to Celebrate Groundhog’s Day


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Join us to celebrate Groundhog’s Day, enjoy the sights and sounds of the forest, and learn all about this interesting creature. All ages are welcome.

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Winter Carnival Hike – Redwood Preserve


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Snowshoes are optional for this unique guided walk through the beautiful wintry Redwood Hill Preserve trails. Listen to facts about local trees and Butterfield Lake during the hike and enjoy a cup of hot cocoa with friends afterward.

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Pack Basket Class – Minna Anthony Nature Center


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Saturdays, February 4 and March 18 // 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Have you ever wanted to weave your very own pack basket? Come join a small class to learn
this traditional craft. This is an all-day workshop, please bring a lunch. Space is very limited,
please call to reserve your spot. Fee is $100.00, payment is due when reserving your spot.
This class is recommended for adults.

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Snowtown – Watertown


Snowtown USA is a winter festival that will be taking place in and around Watertown, NY.

Snowtown USA is more than just a series of events over the month of February.
It’s a celebration of all of us, the Northerner. To the brave men and women willing to live where the weather can jump from +98 to -40 in 6 months. That’s why we hold it on the craziest month of the year! With several sponsored events from February 2nd – 4th, there’s something for absolutely everyone. Events like Hot Air Balloon Rides at Thompson Park, Snowtown USA Pub Crawl, Free Bowling, and many MANY more.

So come out and come out often all February long and join your fellow locals. Whether you were born here in the snow or made the incredible decision to move here and become one of us, all are welcome here in Snowtown USA!

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Beer Fun 101 – Thousand Islands Winery – Alexandria Bay


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Lively & Fun Discussion of Beer Making Process, Behind the Scenes Tour of Thousand Islands Winery, a 4-Postion Paddle Tasting of Tap Beers, Sample & Discuss 5 Tastings of New York Craft Beer, Glass of Favorite Beverage, Soft Pretzel with Cheese Dip, Graduation Cap & Diploma for $25 Per Person, $30 Day of Event. This Event is part of a 4-Part Series. Purchase 1 Event $ 25 or All 4 for $80 before 1/20.

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Redwood Volunteer Fire Department Annual Fishing Derby


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Registration:
Location: Thousand Island Bait Store
– Adults: $10
– Children: $5 Prizes:
– Adult Grand Prize: $1,000 (Redwood FD)
– Child Grand Prize: Lifetime NY Fishing License (KahrsCo Electric Construction LLC)

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The Brockville Museum Lecture Series- Brockville Arts Centre- Brockville, ON


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Lecture Series
Single tickets $15.00 + Applicable Fees
Early Bird Lecture Series $35.00 + Applicable Fees (On or before January 31st)
Lecture Series $40.00 + Applicable Fees (After January 31st)
Single tickets available online.
To purchase series tickets please call the box office at 613-342-7122
Door opens at 9:30 a.m.
Lectures begin at 10:00 a.m.

Series – February 7th – 14th – 21st & 28th.

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Hashing over History – T I Museum – Clayton


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Valentine’s Day Wine Affair! Thousand Islands Winery – Alexandria Bay


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Pick & reserve Your 1-Hour Slot. $28 per person includes: 5 Wine Tastings, A Barrel Tasting, 1 Glass of Wine, 1/2 Antipasto Board, Box of Chocolates and a Photo Booth.

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Winona Forest Tourathon Annual XC Ski Event


THE WINONA FOREST TOURATHON
will be held SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2023
at the CCC Camp in Winona Forest
Registration and race info HERE
Tourathon Racer Info Sheet (TBA)

The 2023 Winona Forest Tourathon promises to once again delight Nordic skiers from across the USA and beyond. This is the 42nd Anniversary of this event! Our lake effect snow machine, and professional grooming equipment will provide race participants with unrivaled Nordic conditions.
Bib pick-up and sign-in begins at 7:30 AM.
Cost: 12.5 KM – $40., 25KM – $50., 50KM – $60. Student category is $30 – 35. Discounted family registration is available.
Flouro Free Wax used only please.

Please check www.winonaforest.com frequently for directions and event updates.
Race Start Time: 8:30 AM for the 50 km distance.
9:00 AM for 12.5km and 25 km distances.
The 50KM Segment is dedicated in honor of Walter Chapman. The oldest finisher of the 50KM segment will receive the Walter Chapman Award.
We are bringing back the full post-race festivities! Hot soups and hot chocolate will be served after the race, in addition to the return of the top finisher awards. We may even have a bonfire for those that would like to stay awhile. BYOB for personal enjoyment.
IMPORTANT NOTE: For those skiing the 4 loop (50 km) distance, due to the safety concerns a CUT-OFF time is being imposed. If you do not start your final loop of the event by 2:00 you will be asked to finish down the finishing lane upon arrival at the junction. If you wish to proceed beyond and continue against the Race Officials warnings -your race bib will be removed, and you will be disqualified from the race.

Spending time on Winona’s ski trails, you will be pleased with our trail systems. Please become a member of our club. This keeps the tourathon alive and well and allows our volunteers to keep the trails in great condition all winter long. To become a member, please visit Winona Membership. We will also have membership forms available at the race.
Registrations are non-refundable under all circumstances. In the case that we have to cancel this event, we will consider all registrations as a donation to our club. In turn we will return our appreciation in the form of fabulous well-groomed trails for you to enjoy throughout the winter.

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DOG SLED DEMONSTRATION by RIVER FEVER MUSHING – Minna Anthony Nature Center


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Ever wonder what it takes to run a dog sled team? Come meet local dog sled team River
Fever Mushing! Watch the dogs in action with a live demonstration followed by a meet-andgreet at the end. This an outdoor activity, please dress fo

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2023 Winterfest – Carthage


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Carthage Recreational Park. Cardboard Sled Races, Games, Food, Scavenger Hunt, Fry Pan Toss, Raffles and More.

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Wine Pairing with Julie Purpura: Romance Your Way Around France – Clayton Opera House


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-Saturday, February 11, 5-7pm. Doors open at 4:30pm
-Tickets are $45 each and are only available by calling or stopping by the box office (11am-5pm Tues-Fri) 315-686-2200
-‘Romance Your Way Around France’ at this wine tasting with all French wines! We will begin with a sparkling, then transition to a white and red, and then to a dessert wine.

Here is the menu:
-Cucumber cup with smoked salmon
-Boeuf (beef) Bourguignon with Cheesy French Bread and Croissant
-Lemon bars, Truffles, and Chocolate dipped Apricots

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36th Annual Luck of the Draw Theresa Fire Department Ice Fishing Derby


36th Annual Luck of the Draw Theresa Fire Department Ice Fishing Derby

Registration:
Location: Thousand Island Bait Store
– Adults: $10
– Children: $5 Prizes:
– Adult 1st Place: $1,200 (Sponsored by Caskinette Ford)
– Children 1st Place: $300

Regulations:
– Pike only
– Open boundaries
– Must be present to win

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Three Mile Bay Fire Department 45th Annual Lyme Ice Fishing Derby


Three Mile Bay Fire Department 45th Annual Lyme Ice Fishing Derby

Registration:
Location: Thousand Island Bait Store
Cost: $12

Regulations:
– Fish must be 26″
– Fish must be in by 5:00 PM Saturday and 4:00 PM Sunday Prizes:
– 1st Place: $1,500 Cash (AES)
– 2nd Place: $1,000 Cash (TMB Fire & Auxiliary)
– 3rd Place: $750 Cash (AES & TMB Auxiliary)
– Top 10 Places: Case of Beer
– Snow Dog Raffle: $10 (Donated by Bourquin Farm Equipment)

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Hashing over History – T I Museum – Clayton


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Abba Mania & British Legends – Brockville Art Centre


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AbbaMania, the world’s number one production of Abba returns to the Brockville Performing Arts Centre. The show consists of studio musicians and an incredible front 4 that recreate Abbamania live in concert. They are the only Abba production to perform for the cast of Mamma Mia. Hear the hits from “Waterloo, Mama Mia, S.O.S to Dancing Queen. Let Abbamania take you back in time to when Abba ruled the pop music world.

On the same show enjoy special guest tribute appearances from Adele, Mick Jagger, Freddy Mercury & Night Fever – The Bee Gees Tribute.

Also Featuring the Chicago Transit Horns!

New York Times – “Vocally superb”

Cast of Mama Mia – “Abbamania is ABBA”

Globe & Mail – “I thought I was watching the original, Wow!!!

 

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Alan Doyle- Former Lead Singer of Great Big Sea – Clayton Opera House


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Thursday, February 16, 7:30pm. Doors open at 7pm
**Sponsored by Cerow Agency and Watertown Wealth Management, Philip J. Sprague**
-Tickets are $20/$30/$40 (Side/Center/Premium)
-From the moment Newfoundland’s Alan Doyle burst onto the scene in the early 1990s with his band Great Big Sea, his charisma, sense of humor and magnetic stage presence propelled him to stardom. Today, his solo work continues to endear him to roots music fans everywhere. His 2020 EP release, “Rough Side Out,” and 2021’s “Back to the Harbour” offer distinctive interpretations of contemporary country and folk music, respectively.

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Teen Ice Fishing on Red Lake


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Learn to ice-fish with Tom Hughes, NY State Sportsman Hall-of-Famer! Tom will provide instruction, equipment, and fishing stories! Open to all teens 14 and up.

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Nature Talk: Bird Quest – Indian River Lakes


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Feed yourself with soup as you learn how to properly feed local bird species. Learn how to identify different birds based on what makes them unique. Fun facts about their behaviors will also be part of this talk.

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A Loud Winters Nap – Minna Anthony Nature Center


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Join us for a reading of the book A Loud Winters Nap written by Katy Hudson. This is a
hilarious kids story you don’t want to miss. After the story we will be headed outside for some
winter outdoor fun. Please dress to play outside in the snow

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Snowshoe Trek – Crooked Creek Preserve and MacSherry Trail


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Embark on a classic winter adventure perfect for nature-loving kids and adults.
Hike through the mixed hardwood forest of the Crooked Creek Preserve and explore all of the winter beauty that the Macsherry Trail has to offer. This Trek is a perfect excursion for beginners and experienced snowshoe hikers.

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Wine Fun 101 – Thousand Islands Winery – Alexandria Bay


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Lively & Fun Discussion of Wine Making Process, Tour of Thousand Islands Winery, 6 Tastings of Estate Grown Wines, Bourbon Barrel Aged Marquette Tasting, Cheese and Crackers, Glass of Wine, Graduation Cap and Diploma.

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Clayton’s Ice Fishing Derby


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Clayton Mid-Winter Ice Fishing Derby Rules
• Adult Entry Fee is $25.00 / Youth (15 and under) are free with adult entry.
• Pre-registration is required for all participants.
• Register Online: www.1000islands-clayton.com
• Register in Person: Clayton Chamber of Commerce, 517 Riverside Dr, Clayton. Mon-Fri 9am-4pm | TI Bait Store (Feb 13-17 ONLY!) 42980 NY-12, Alex Bay
• Derby Hours: Saturday 7am – 3pm. You may be on the ice but no fishing prior to 7 AM.
• CLOSED BOUNDARIES – All fishing is to take place in French Bay only.
• All New York State DEC laws and regulations apply.
• Minimum Length on Northern Pike is 26”. No questionable or frozen fish.
• All fish must be weighed at the weigh-station by an event official. If you need assistance getting your fish there please let us know at registration or by calling one of the committee members listed at the bottom of the page.
• In the event of a tie in weight, the fish will be measured by length. DEAD FISH WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR ENTRY.
• All fish entered become the property of the Derby and will be handled by Event Officials.
• Fish may not be held for entry in another hour. When fish is caught it must be entered for that hour or be immediately released.
• You must have your registration receipt & lanyard (Online Registrations: pick up lanyard at weigh-station) with you always.
• Hourly cash prizes will be awarded for the largest fish measured that hour. Amount will be determined based on the number of entries.
• There will also be a Luck of the Draw and Door Prize Winners hourly!
• Youth Derby will have one grand-prize winner for the largest Perch caught during the Derby (7am – 3pm). Perch must be at least 7” and brought to weigh-station to enter. All Youth entered in Derby will also be entered to win a Door Prize!
• If an hourly prize is not awarded due to the lack of entries, money will be awarded as determined by the event officials.
• Winners will be posted Hourly at the Weigh-Station. All prizes will be awarded at 4pm at the Wood Boat Brewery.
• Any unsportsmanlike conduct, as determined by the event officials will be cause for disqualification.
• The Derby Committee claims no responsibility for accidents or injuries on the ice or the surrounding area as a whole. You are fishing on the premises at your own risk.
• Please keep the area clean and pick up after yourself.
• Please show courtesy to others and follow all the rules & regulations to make a FUN and SAFE day of Fishing! For questions please contact: Alex Buduson at the Clayton Chamber of Commerce: 315-686-3771 / Terry Fox: 315-771-3533 / PJ Schleher: 315-767-4677

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Jann Arden performs at the Brockville Arts Centre


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With ten studio albums under her belt, 17 top ten singles, multiple Juno awards and her name firmly cemented on the Canadian Walk of Fame, Jann Arden not only stands tall as a well-respected national figure but also widely recognized for her incredible song-writing ability. She is performing at the Brockville Arts Centre on February 19.

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Snow Hike! – Otter Creek Preserve – Alexandria Bay


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Are those Yeti tracks?!
Join us for a fun snow hike as we look for animal tracks and other signs of winter activities along the Otter Creek Trail.

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Kids Week! – Minna Anthony Nature Center


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School’s out! This winter break stop by the Nature Center for some winter fun! We will have
programs daily. Topics include fairy houses, storytelling, bird bingo, snow flea discovery, winter
track identification, and a scavenger hunt!

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Hashing over History – T I Museum – Clayton


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Wild Wednesdays Snow Hike – Otter Creek Preserve


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Embark on a giggle-filled walk through the beautiful forest of Otter Creek Preserve while we learn to use snowshoes and look for animal tracks in the snow. Study the various tracks we find and discuss if you can identify which animal (or person) made which tracks. Can you tell if they were running or jumping through the snow?

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CVVFD Ice Fishing Derby & Community Ice Skating Party! – Cape Vincent


Hashing over History – T I Museum – Clayton


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EEN By Rosemary Doyle – Theatre Kingston – Kingston ON


Written by Rosemary Doyle
Directed by Liam Karry

EEN is a memory play in that all of the playes written about by Rosemary Doyle have existed. It follows the journey of a college-age girl to Ireland to meet her maternal grandmother for the first time. During the play we learn of the secrets of four generations of women in this family and come to understand that you can never escape who you are and what you have decided to do.They make you who you are.

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Merc Hall Is Hosting Snow Fest – Maitland ON


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Canteen, Campfire, Skating, Disc Golf, Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoe, Kids Activities – Snowman Building, Fort Building and Curling. Come out and join the fun!  Activities are Weather Permitting.

120 East McLean Blvd, Maitland, ON

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Hashing over History – T I Museum – Clayton


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Snow Flea Hunt – Minna Anthony Nature Center


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Come join us on a fun hunt for the amazing, but very tiny, snow flea! We will take a hike
through the woods to see if we can find this small creature. Learn what a snow flea is, and how
to find them – no worries, snow fleas won’t bite!

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Mermaids are back at the Aquatarium – Brockville, ON


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Mermaids are back for the second year and If you’re looking for a unique and memorable experience that will bring joy and a sense of wonder, look no further. This year’s Mermaids Experience is bigger than ever and sure to make anyone feel like royalty. With the addition of a VIP add-on our guests with being able to have a more personalized time with our mermaids in areas like our exclusive Merlounge.

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Hashing over History – T I Museum – Clayton


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Irish Festival – Watertown Goes Green


Our Mission Is to provide a weekend of fun, good food, quality entertainment, activities for all age groups, and a celebration of all things Irish. We plan to continue our practice of donating all profits to our Scholarship Program and community donations. Check out our list of events on our website.

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Howl at the Moon – 5th Annual Dueling Piano Show-1000 Islands Harbor Hotel – Clayton


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Come join us St Patrick’s Day Weekend for our 5th Annual Dueling Piano Show… This year will be themed around St Patrick’s Day. We will be giving out a prize for the BEST themed outfit and we also have a ‘Pot of Gold” Drawing that will have some really great prizes that have been donated from some of our local businesses.
Get your tickets, we will sell out fast!
www.Phinney.eventbrite.com
The Phinney Charitable Foundation

The nationally known Dueling Piano Show, Howl at the Moon, will be performing on March 17-18, 2023. Howl at the Moon is the total entertainment experience! This high energy show is centered around all kinds of music from your dance hits, party anthems, country and even the oldies. You request it and they play it. Please join us for this fun filled event.

Doors open at 6pm and the show will take place 7pm – 9pm. This is an event you will not want to miss! Remember this is charitable event and proceeds will go to the Clayton Fireworks.

This year we are seating where you chose your own assigned seat!

***Please note this event will be held on 2 separate nights, if you wish to attend both nights 2 Tickets purchases will be required***

1000 Islands Harbor Hotel will have discounted room rates. please contact the hotel directly for room reservations 315.686.1100

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Nature Talk: Community Gardening – Depauville Library


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Do you love communities that care for their own people? What about food security?

Come to this talk for soup and ideas about how to create community gardens. Take home a garden plant to plant in your backyard!

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Hashing over History – T I Museum – Clayton


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Discussion on: Clayton’s Island View Subdivision.

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The Strictly Hip- Masters of the Music of the Tragically Hip – Clayton Opera House


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-Friday, March 24, 7:30pm. Doors open at 7pm
**Sponsored by Pepe’s Parts Xpress
-Tickets are $25/$30/$35 (General Admission/Side Balcony/Center Balcony)
-The Strictly Hip performs The Tragically Hip’s music with passion, reverence, respect, accuracy and fun. Originally conceived in 1995 in St. Catharine’s, Ont., Canada, The Strictly Hip is now based in Buffalo, performing to sold-out venues across North America. The band provides a nostalgic adventure through The Tragically Hip’s catalog of favorites. The Strictly Hip will bring the soundtrack of a million campfires, road trips and backyard parties to the concert stage.

 

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Barn Quilt Workshop – Minna Anthony Center


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Have you ever seen quilt patterns painted on wood? Even if you don’t have a barn to hang one
on, join us to learn this regional artform! Quilter Barb Hearn will lead you step-by-step to make
your own. Class size is limited. Preregistration required. Workshop fee including materials is $30

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Thousand Islands Snowmobile Rally – 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel-Clayton


Saturday, March 25, 2023:
Registration 8am, Show 9am-2pm, Voting 9am-1pm, Awards 2:00pm

Entry Fee:
$5 Per Sled ($20 Max – Over 4 Sleds Free)

Registration:
Saturday 8am-10am

14 Judged Classes
Class 1: Antique, 1966 & Older – Unrestored
Class 2: Antique, 1966 & Older – Restored
Class 3: Vintage, 1967 – 1973, Unrestored
Class 4: Vintage, 1967 – 1973, Restored.
Class 5: Vintage, 1974 – 1985, Unrestored
Class 6: Vintage, 1974 – 1985, Restored.
Class 7: Classic, 1986-1996
Class 8: Factory Built Race Sleds, Unrestored
Class 9: Factory Built Race Sleds, Restored
Class 10: Combo with Cutter
Class 11: Custom Sleds
Class 12: Unique, Anything Goes
Class 13: Junkyard
Class 14: Kids
Awards
Trophies for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place In Each Class

Additional Information
Exhibitors can Call Mike Davis (315) 778-5521 or the Clayton Chamber at (315) 686-3771

2023 SPONSORSHIP LEVELS
KING CAT SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE $1,000
Logo on poster.
Banner displayed at event. (Sponsor must provide a banner prior to the event)
Listing on thank you sponsorship flyer that will be handed out at registration.
Free entry of 10 sleds.
TNT SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE $500
Logo on poster.
Banner displayed at event. (Sponsor must provide a banner prior to the event)
Listing on thank you sponsorship flyer that will be handed out at registration.
Free entry of 5 sleds.
SCORPION SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE $250
Listing on poster.
Listing on thank you sponsorship flyer that will be handed out at registration.
Free entry of 3 sleds.
BLIZZARD SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE $100
Listing on thank you sponsorship flyer that will be handed out at registration.
Free entry of 2 sleds.
MINI Z SPONSOR $75
Your business name listed on the trophies for a sponsored class.

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Migration Mania – Rivergate Trail – Clayton


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Rivergate Trail on the S. Gerald Ingerson Preserve

Discover who makes the longest journey, why animals travel for the winter, and uncover some surprising participants in the migration mania during this interactive walk along the Rivergate Trail.

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Hashing over History – T I Museum – Clayton


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Discussion on: Clayton’s Episcopal Church-Stained Glass Windows.

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Celtic Angels- Celtic Singers and Dancers – Clayton Opera House


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-Friday, March 31, 7:30pm. Doors open at 7pm
**Sponsored by Allan Newell
-Tickets are $30/$35/$40 (Side/Center/Premium)
-Through their shared zeal and passion for Ireland’s musical traditions, this troupe enables their audiences to experience the Real Ireland. Celebrating their cherished heritage through Irish dance, music and song is something these entertainers take very seriously. You’ll be enthralled from the moment the lights dim as the sweet and stirring songs of Ireland, rigorously precise dances and traditional musicianship carry you to Ireland on wings of music. The Celtic Angels are joined by the Celtic Knight Dancers, featuring two former lead dancers of Riverdance and The Trinity Band Ensemble of Dublin.

 

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Signs of Spring – Macsherry Trail on Crooked Creek Preserve- Alexandria Bay


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Macsherry Trail on
Crooked Creek Preserve

How many signs you can find? Join us on this fun guided scavenger hunt as we look for traces of spring along the Macsherry Trail.

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FANATICCON Brockville


FANATICCON returns to Brockville

FANATICCON is a fan convention offering the best in vintage toys, comics, retro games, art, costuming, entertainment and more. Mark your calendars for May 7, 2023, at the St. Lawrence College Gymnasium.

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Spring Ice Fishing Derby at The Village Green – Cape Vincent


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Weigh-in is at the Village Green, 357 Broadway St.

Hours are 9 am until 4:00 pm

Prizes will be awarded at 5:00 pm.

 

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Live Music from On the Fly – Swan Bay Resort – Alexandria Bay


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Live music from a fan favorite local band, On the Fly! On the Fly will be playing in their favorite sports Jerseys for Swan Bay’s May Gameday. Come sport your favorite Jersey and watch a free concert!
Location: The Tiki Bar at Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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Wine & Spirits Tour with Swan Bay Resort- Alexandria Bay


Take a Ride on Swan Bay Resort’s Shuttle Bus and get chauffeured to 4 different local tasting rooms in the 1000 Islands Region. The tour is $30/person (cash only) and registration is required the day before.
Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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Pollinator Palooza – Otter Creek Preserve – Alexandria Bay


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Otter Creek
Preserve

Explore the ways that flowers and their pollinators are perfectly suited to one another on this interactive walk at Otter Creek Preserve.

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1st Annual Taste of the 1000 Islands Festival – Swan Bay Resort- Alexandria Bay


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Walk around and enjoy the beautiful view of the St. Lawrence River while being immersed in 1000 islands food, drinks, crafts, jewelry & more! There will also be live music from RANSOM at the Pavilion. If you are Interested in being a vendor, email.

Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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Cape Street Market – Cape Vincent


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A unique Farmer’s market experience along the St. Lawrence River. Join us at The Village Green.

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Town & Village Yard Wide Sales – Cape Vincent


Maps will be available at the Chamber Office.

Questions call 315-654-2481.

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Wine & Spirits Tour with Swan Bay Resort – Alexandria Bay


Description: Take a Ride on Swan Bay Resort’s Shuttle Bus and get chauffeured to 4 different local tasting rooms in the 1000 Islands Region. The tour is $30/person (cash only) and registration is required the day before.
Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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LOVERBOY Kicks off the 1000 Islands Regatta – Brockville


HUGE CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENT: We’re so excited to announce that Loverboy is coming to the 1000 Islands Regatta as the Friday night headliner for Canada Day weekend 2023

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Annual French Festival – Cape Vincent


Friday night, July 7th, begins the festival weekend with a family Block Dance featuring a live band on Broadway St. in front of the Cape Vincent Fire Department at 241 E Broadway. Craft Vendors, Pastries, Parade, Fireworks. Come join us for French Inspired Fun.

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2023 Thousand Islands Charity Poker Run


Boating Poker Run in the beautiful 1000 Islands that raises money for Make-A-Wish Central NY & the River Community Wellness Program at River Hospital. Mark your calendars for this year’s event – July 14-16, 2022, in Clayton, NY!

The setting, boating, event, people and the cause will all be memorable on this charity run. Money raised will support Make-A-Wish of Central NY and the River Community Wellness Program at River Hospital.

https://www.facebook.com/1000islandscharitypokerun

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Annual Tibbetts Point Walk & Run – Cape Vincent


RUNNERS & WALKERS:
Check-in at the “Anchor” of the Village Green: 357 Broadway

You will receive your bib, pins, tee, and a goodie bag – come early so that you can check-in and hand-off your bag before 9AM.

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Wine & Spirits Tour with Swan Bay Resort – Alexandria Bay


Take a Ride on Swan Bay Resort’s Shuttle Bus and get chauffeured to 4 different local tasting rooms in the 1000 Islands Region. The tour is $30/person (cash only) and registration is required the day before.
Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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NYTBF Points Tournament on the St. Lawrence River – Cape Vincent


TENTATIVE 2023 SCHEDULE for the NYTBF
Saturday June 10 Lake Champlain at Chazy Landing Points #1
Saturday June 24 St. Lawrence at Cape Vincent Points #2
Sunday June 25 St. Lawrence at Cape Vincent Dick Garlock Team Open
Saturday July 29 Lake George at Mossy Point Points #3
Sunday July 30 Lake George at Mossy Point Collegiate Team Open Fundraiser
Sat-Sun August 12-13 Championship Qualifier Port Henry
TBF District 14 Semi-Final (NY, PA and Ontario), Sept., exact date and site TBA

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Country Day – Swan Bay Resort – Alexandria Bay


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A day full of beer, booze, games and live Country music from Josh Breen at the Tiki Bar. Saddle up and head over to Swan Bay Resort for some good ole’ fashioned country fun!
Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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NYTBF 2nd Annual Dick Garlock Open Memorial Tournament – Cape Vincent


TENTATIVE 2023 SCHEDULE for the NYTBF
Saturday June 10 Lake Champlain at Chazy Landing Points #1
Saturday June 24 St. Lawrence at Cape Vincent Points #2
Sunday June 25 St. Lawrence at Cape Vincent Dick Garlock Team Open
Saturday July 29 Lake George at Mossy Point Points #3
Sunday July 30 Lake George at Mossy Point Collegiate Team Open Fundraiser
Sat-Sun August 12-13 Championship Qualifier Port Henry
TBF District 14 Semi-Final (NY, PA and Ontario), Sept., exact date and site TBA

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5th Small Format Event @ Tisa Gallery-Clayton


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One evening over 30 artists-all original artwork under 8 by 6″

Music and Light Refreshments.

Tisa Gallery

412 Merrick Street

Clayton, NY 13624

Contact number 315-749-6155

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Theatre Kingston Fringe Festival – Kingston ON


The TK Fringe Lottery is now open!

When you get chosen for the TKFRINGE:
Upon winning a spot from the lottery, and once my Festival Fee is deposited and my application accepted, your will be permitted to perform in the 2023 THEATRE KINGSTON FRINGE FESTIVAL (“the festival”); Your will have the right to a theatre space, technical equipment, box office services, and general festival publicity without any further charges.
THEATRE KINGSTON will provide you with a theatre space and a theatre tech to run your lights and sound.
Every ticket sold will provide $12 to your company if sold full price and $11 to your company if sold as part of the package. Fellow artists and reviewers are comped into your show if seating is available. The final ticket price to the customer will be determined based on additional box office fees, and taxes but will be kept as low as possible to encourage a “FESTIVAL FEELING” where people will be encouraged to see as many shows as possible.
You will be provided with a minimum of 6 performance opportunities and a guarantee of at least 50 seats per performance. All companies will be treated equally within the Fringe.
Your set must be able to be put up and come down within 15 minutes by your company.
You are responsible for providing publicity materials, bios, an image, information about your show. The TK Fringe will have a poster dedicated to the Fringe, but you may put up your own show specific flyers and posters, which must carry the TK Fringe logo and the Kick and Push Logo.

Upon acceptance the TKFRINGE FESTIVAL FEE is $325 plus HST. You may play this upfront, or it can be taken out of your box office revenue.
Rosemary Doyle, Theatre Kingston’s Artistic Director is available to answer any questions. [email protected]

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Brockville RibFest – Brockville, ON


THURSDAY, AUGUST 10TH

11am – 8pm KIDZ ZONE
11am – 10pm Vendor Village & Food Booths
11am – 11pm Beer Tent
3pm-11pm Live Entertainment

FRIDAY, AUGUST 11TH

11am – 8pm KIDZ ZONE
11am – 10pm Vendor Village & Food Booths
11am – 11pm Beer Tent
11am-11pm Live Entertainment
6pm Rib Eating Contest

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12TH

8:30am Brockville Hyundai Beach Volleyball Tournament
9am -12pm Cops’ & Kids’ Fishing Derby
10am – 8pm KIDZ ZONE
11am-2:30pm Arm Wrestling Competition
11am – 10pm Vendor Village & Food Booths
11am – 11pm Beer Tent
6:30pm Ribfest Idol
11am-11pm Live Entertainment

SUNDAY, AUGUST 13TH
8am Piggy Run Registration
9am Piggy Run Road Runners 5km Run
11am – 6pm KIDZ ZONE
11am – 6pm Vendor Village & Food Booths
11am – 6pm Beer Tent
11am– 6pm Live Entertainment
Noon – 3pm Rib Winners Announced & West Jet Draw

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Stroll on Broadway Music Festival – Cape Vincent


SIP, SHOP & DINE in Downtown Cape Vincent all day!

Starting at 10am – Sidewalk Sales, Artists Demonstrations & Free Children’s Entertainment

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Wine & Spirits Tour with Swan Bay Resort – Alexandria Bay


Take a Ride on Swan Bay Resort’s Shuttle Bus and get chauffeured to 4 different local tasting rooms in the 1000 Islands Region. The tour is $30/person (cash only) and registration is required the day before.
Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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Annual Autos on the River – Cape Vincent


Time for the Autos on the River, Vintage & Classic automobile show, in Cape Vincent!

The time and place are the same as year’s past, we’re just changing it up a bit to make it more family-friendly and welcoming.

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Sackets Harbor Marathon & Half Marathon


Join us for a Boston-qualifying Marathon and Half Marathon through the scenic lake-side village of Sackets Harbor and the surrounding area. This is an out-and-back course with the START and FINISH of both races on Pike Road along the Madison Barracks Polo Field in Sackets Harbor, NY. You will enjoy many of your miles along Lake Ontario before heading out to some beautiful country roads. Because the views along the lake are so awesome, you will run lakeside again, through the village, with a magnificent finish back at the Polo Field.

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Oktoberfest – Cape Vincent


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Annual Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest Celebration. Genuine German oompah band, NY wineries and breweries, volunteer fire dept food stand, kids section.
The Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce proudly presents their annual Oktoberfest Celebration. Featuring the Enzian Bavarian Band and Dancers, NY State Wineries and Breweries, kids’ section and Farmer’s Market. Held under the on the Village Green in downtown Cape Vincent

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Wine & Spirits Tour with Swan Bay Resort – Alexandria Bay


Take a Ride on Swan Bay Resort’s Shuttle Bus and get chauffeured to 4 different local tasting rooms in the 1000 Islands Region. The tour is $30/person (cash only) and registration is required the day before.
Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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Mini-Oktoberfest – Swan Bay Resort – Alexandria Bay


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Traditional German food and beers with pumpkin activities and vendors!
Location: The Pavilion at Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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Wine & Spirits Tour with Swan Bay Resort – Alexandria Bay


Take a Ride on Swan Bay Resort’s Shuttle Bus and get chauffeured to 4 different local tasting rooms in the 1000 Islands Region. The tour is $30/person (cash only) and registration is required the day before.
Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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7th Annual Swan Bay Spooktacular (formerly Trunk or Treat) – Alexandria Bay


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A Spooktacular Halloween festival with a haunted hayride, trick or treating, site decoration contest, pumpkin carving, food, speciality drinks and more!
Location: Swan Bay Resort – 43615 NY-12, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

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Annual Trek & Treat – Cape Vincent


Bring your school-aged kids for their very own Cup of Joy during Cape Vincent’s annual Trek-n-Treat! We’ll have our fun and festive Hot Cocoa Bar available rain or shine 🦇 🌧

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Small Business Saturday – Cape Vincent


Come to Cape Vincent and shop and dine, Visit all our local small businesses!

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Tree Lighting Festival – Cape Vincent


Join us for an evening with family and friends as we celebrate the start of the holiday season in Cape Vincent!
There will be Christmas caroling, Entertainment from local musician…

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Christmas in the Cape: Holiday Hoopla – Cape Vincent


Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair, Community Christmas Parade, Pictures with Santa.

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