The Too-Scary Story
Do the spooky woods at night give you the heebie-jeebies? Join storyteller Kim Cullen in a scary
story-time and an interactive hike activity. Become brave explorers as we discover the not too scary secrets of the forest. Halloween costumes encouraged.
Face covering required. Program size is limited. Pre-registration required. Please call (315) 482-2479
between the hours of 8:00am – 4:00pm Wednesday through Sunday to register.
Pine Cone Wreath Making
Hike Redwood Hill Preserve and choose your favorite pine cones to use in creating a beautiful seasonal craft. Let us know when you are coming and we will have all the supplies ready for your family. We have three picnic tables and therefore room for three families at a time under social distancing protocol.
Email us at [email protected]g or phone us at 315-482-4757 to set up an appointment.
Brockville Artists Studio Annual Show & Sale
Open to the Public
Reception Fri. Nov 6, 5-9 pm, Sat Nov 7, 10-5, Nov 8, 10-5
Brockville Memorial Centre, 100 Magedoma Blvd, K6V 7J5
Plenty of Free Parking
Mastercard, VISA accepted
The tickets are $5 each and the money raised will go to Zoo New York and the Children’s Miracle Network. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced, and masks must be worn. Those at the Sackets Harbor Ballroom will be cleaning continuously, and there will be hand sanitizer available at each vendor station.
Vendors include: Wise Designs, The Gerber Daisies, Cozy Country Corner, Second and Thread Co., Misc. Delights Co., Custom Wood Signs by Bova, Peaks and Pine, Kitchen Witches Soap, From Ribbons to Wreaths, Knots and Twine Co., The Golden Pine Co., Winsomewalls, Vanilla Bean Bake Shop, Marigold Bow Co., Simmons Farm, Manos Maple Farm, and Twisted Knitter.
Tickets are required with a time for an appointment and may be purchased at wisedesignsmarket.ticketleap.com/2nd-annual-christmas-market/details
Christmas Parade with Lights
The Annual Christmas in Cape Vincent Celebration will take place. Businesses will be open serving holiday treats and The Christmas Parade with lights will begin at 5:30 pm. Floats will be decorated with holiday lights. After the parade the children can visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus and hot chocolate and donuts will be served. For more information call 315-654-2533.
Feb Fest Kingston
This month celebration of winter happens each year at the beginning of February in Kingston, Ontario. Feb Fest is a bustling time in the historic Limestone City. For action, be sure to check out the outdoor hockey games at Market Square Park or bring your skates and twirl whenever the ice is open.
Kingston’s event venues pull out the red carpet for music and comedy acts by nationally touring headliners. The city’s many museums offer special exhibits and events. Food tours, guided Do-It-Yourself workshops, snowshoe races and so much more all take place at Feb Fest.
Kingston has plenty of hotels and places to stay so there’s plenty of places to stay despite Feb Fest’s popularity. Pick the events you want to do and head to Kingston in February, you’ll want to come back again next year.