COVID-friendly Christmas in Merrickville coming to Village

A modified Christmas in Merrickville is being planned for the Village on the first weekend in December. Due to COVID-19, many of the usual...
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Faith and Science Forum discusses Human Genome

The recent discovery of the details of the human genome has been a groundbreaking project that involved many scientists under the leadership of Dr....

Virtual Trivia Night supports the training of guide dogs

by Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is excited to launch a new event - Virtual Trivia Night sponsored...

Merrickville’s Handmade Christmas Makers Market coming to Village

A Christmas version of the Merrickville’s Makers Market is coming to the Village this weekend. Local maker, Laura Starkey, has been organizing makers markets...

20th Annual North Grenville Community Sweetheart Brunch

North Grenville Municipal Centre, Kemptville Sunday, February 11 , 2018 Looking for a delicious brunch, live entertainment and a great way to support the North Grenville...

Heritage Stable hosting new fall event in Merrickville

Heritage Stables in Merrickville will be hosting a brand-new event on Thanksgiving weekend, which promises all sorts of Fall fun. “Fall for Merrickville” is...
Kemptville Farmers' Market

Gangsters and Molls at the Kemptville Farmers’ Market

submitted by Bruce Enloe It's time to start getting ready for our next big Kemptville Farmers' Market special event on July 28 -- we are calling it 'Gangsters and Molls...

Tackaberry & Sons Construction hosts OPP BBQ for KYC

Fantastic day for last Thursday’s OPP BBQ, as Tackaberry & Sons raised $800 for the cause. George Tackaberry was on hand to oversee quality control,...

Kemptville Pride invites public to celebrate love with first fundraiser of 2020

The organizers of Kemptville Pride 2020 are inviting you to celebrate love with an upcoming fundraiser in support of this year’s event. Last year,...

Archaeology on Ontario’s Saltwater Shore

by Michael Whittaker Almost four centuries of archaeological materials from Fort Severn, on Ontario’s southwest shore of Hudson Bay, are the subject of Katherine Davidson...