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Discover our attractions, culture and the arts, shopping, dining, entertainment, recreation and much, much more!

Discover what’s in your backyard...

visit a Conservation Area 613-968-3434

Belleville Office 106 North Front St. 613.969.9907 Wellington Office 304 Main St. 613.399.5900 Picton Office 1 Lake Street 613.476.5900 Tweed Office 259 Victoria St. N. 613.478.9907

Madoc Office 81 St. Lawrence St. W. 613.473.9037 Marmora Office 10 Forsyth St. 613.472.7007 Trenton Office 447 Dundas Street W. 613.392.6594 Brighton Office 41 Main Street 613.475.6594

T h e C o r p o r at i o n o f t h e

City of Belleville

Message from the Mayor It is my pleasure as the Mayor of the City of Belleville to bring you greetings on behalf of my colleagues on Council and welcome you to the Quinte region! This resourceful Visitor Pocket Guide gives a detailed overview of Belleville, which is situated on the beautiful Bay of Quinte, as well as the charming communities in the surrounding areas. As you peruse this book you will quickly discover the amazing amenities in our city, from our beautiful waterfront trails and parks to the wonderful restaurants and entertainment available for your enjoyment. The ‘Friendly City’ has so much to offer our citizens as well as visitors alike that you will no doubt enjoy your time here. Thank you for choosing Belleville as your vacation destination. We sincerely hope that your visit creates wonderful memories and that you return to the Quinte area in the future.

Neil R. Ellis, Mayor Emergency Numbers To report a life threatening emergency situation Police- Fire- Ambulance- 911

Hospital Belleville General Hospital 265 Dundas Street East Telephone: 613-969-7400

Belleville Police Service Administration

After Hours Clinic Bayview Medical Clinic 274 Dundas Street East Telephone: 613-968-5709

613-966-0882 Belleville Fire Department Administration

613-962-2010 Ontario Provincial Police

1-888-310-1122 Poison Information

1-800-268-9017 Marine Air Search and Rescue


Tourism and Visitor Information Belleville & District Chamber of Commerce The Log Cabin, 5 Moira Street East, Belleville Telephone: 1-888-852-9992 or 613-962-4597 City of Belleville City Hall, 169 Front Street, Belleville Telephone: 613-968-6481

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Our Highest Membership In Over 10 Years – 600 & Counting! 5 Moira St. East, P.O. Box 726, Belleville, ON K8N 5B3 Tel: (613)962-4597 • Toll Free: 1-888-852-9992 4

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Contents Welcome to Belleville..................................................................... 6 Hotels........................................................................................... 8 Hiking Trails................................................................................. 10 Boat Launches/Museums............................................................. 10 Business..................................................................................... 11 Galleries...................................................................................... 12 Libraries...................................................................................... 14 LCBO & Beer Stores..................................................................... 14 Shopping..................................................................................... 18 Family Fun................................................................................... 20 Golf & Recreation......................................................................... 24 Events......................................................................................... 25 Restaurants................................................................................. 30 Day Trip North.............................................................................. 36 Day Trip South............................................................................. 38 Day Trip East................................................................................ 40 Day Trip West............................................................................... 42 Maps.......................................................................................... 44 Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory........................................................ 48

Welcome to Belleville Stay, shop, play and dine in Belleville. Take a walk on one of the waterfront trails, visit a museum, stop at the local outdoor farmers market (behind City Hall) on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday or spend a few hours on a leisurely drive to any of the small towns in the surrounding countryside. Thank you goes to all of our advertisers whose participation has made this publication possible. All information in the Belleville & Area Visitor Pocket Guide is believed to be correct at the time of publication. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the written consent of Allan Graphics Ltd. Produced by Allan Graphics Ltd

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Your Bay of Quinte adventure starts here in Belleville, which literally translates to, “beautiful village.” We are located just off the 401, approximately 1.5 hours east of Toronto and 45 minutes west of Kingston, on the shores of the Moira River and the Bay of Quinte in South Eastern Ontario. With access to water and plentiful greenery, this region of the province is one of the most picturesque in Ontario and also one of the best-kept secrets. Belleville boasts many amenities to the Bay of Quinte traveller with a fine assortment of shops, restaurants, and accommodations. Please read and use this pocket guide to make the most of your visit here in “the friendly city.”

History of the City of Belleville In 1789 some fifty United Empire Loyalists settled here in Belleville with the most notable being Captain John Walden Meyers, a true Renaissance man. Hardworking and resourceful, he built the first dam in Belleville on the Moira River, and erected a sawmill, gristmill, and a distillery. Captain Meyers gristmill drew settlers from as far away as Napanee and Port Hope, and the community soon became known as Meyers Creek. The Moira River, which winds its way through Belleville, played an important role in the early stages of the community’s development as it brought raw lumber inland for the settler to cut and sell. Soon, Belleville was Upper Canada’s most prosperous community. In the spring of 1816, the Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, Sir Francis Gore, visited the settlement. Inspired by Lady Arabella, the wife of the Lieutenant Governor, the residents opted to change the name of the community to “Belleville” in honour of the fair lady. 6

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From the city’s pioneer settlement past to the vibrant community of today, Belleville continues to enjoy a diverse industrial base along with strong links to agriculture and its beautiful waterfront, and is a community which continues to grow and prosper.


Climate Winter: The average temperature is -4 C. Spring: The average temperature is 13 C. Summer: The average temperature is 21 C.

The City of Belleville maintains over 500 acres Autumn: The average of parkland throughout the community. Several temperature is 9 C. hiking and cycling trails, as well as parks along the Bay of Quinte and the Moira River are available for your enjoyment year round. Floral displays can be found at numerous locations throughout the city adding colour to the landscape, notably highlighted is Belleville’s floral Canadian flag on the Hwy. 401 hill in West Riverside Park. The Corby Rose Garden nestled in Belleville’s East Hill displays over 2000 roses, perennials, and annual flowers each summer. If you are looking to picnic, you can do so throughout the City’s parks and in West Riverside, East Bayshore and Zwick’s Park up to 100 of your closest friends can join you. Corby Park Lions Park Riverside Park Robin Jeffrey Park 210 Ann St. 70 Station St. 259 North Park St. 220 Bleeker Ave. Pirate Ship Playground Playground For details and locations on the smaller parks in the community please see the map at the back of this guide or visit: continued on page 10 > Belleville & Area Visitor Pocket Guide


• 135 ft. waterslide • 25 minutes to Prince Edward • Tennis Courts, Exercise Room, County Winery Region and Games Room, In/Outdoor Pool, Sandbanks Provincial Park Sauna & Hot Tub • Onsite Restaurant & Lounge • Pet Friendly – next to Dog Park with Room Service

11 Bay Bridge Road, Belleville ON Tel: 613-968-3411 • Toll Free: 1-800-420-3555

Four elegant guestrooms each with ensuite bath. Pool, terrace, gardens, dining room, living room, A/C and wifi. 144 Bridge St. E. Belleville 613-969-2894

“Helping you achieve your goals. One day at a time.”

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Travelodge Hotel 11 Bay Bridge Rd (Hwy 62S) Toll Free: 1 800-420-3555





Heritage Charm Inn 118 Bridge St East 613-962-8472






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Hiking and Trails Kiwanis Bayshore Trail Access south of Dundas St. E. 2.5 km multiuse trail runs along the beautiful shores of the Bay of Quinte. Parrot Riverside Trail Access from Front and Station St. 1.6 km trail follows the Moira River north from the Bay of Quinte and passes through downtown Belleville. Zwick’s Trail Access south of Dundas St. E. 3.2 km double looped trail runs along the beautiful Bay of Quinte. Riverside Trail Access north of College St. 5.2 km of trail runs along side the Moira River and passes through Riverside Park. H.R. Frink Outdoor Education Centre features 14 trails plus a wetland ecology boardwalk available to observe different natural ecosystems. Located at 381 Thrasher Road, 2 km east of Hwy 37. 613-477-2828. Vanderwater Conservation Area Located 3 km east of Thomasburgh off Hwy 37. Open daily from sunrise to sunset providing picnic sites, cross country skiing, and hiking. 613-968-3434

Quinte Conservation Access from Hwy 2 at WallbridgeLoyalist Road. View natural forest regeneration taking approximately two hours to complete the circuit. For access to our Recreational Trail Guide visit: or pick one up at The Belleville & District Chamber of Commerce Log Cabin, 5 Moira St. E.

Boat Launches Belleville Boat Launch (2) Superior 32’ wide concrete ramps with 60’ docks on the Bay of Quinte. Located at the end of South George Street and South Herchimer Street. Parking available. Meyer’s Pier Fuel, visitor’s docks, pump-out, showers, shore power, ice, restaurant, bikes, VHF Monitor 68. Located on the beautiful Bay of Quinte, at the south end of Front St & Pinnacle St. 613-967-1906

Museums Glanmore National Historic Site One of Belleville’s many fine homes dating back to the 1800’s and an example of high Victorian architecture at its best. A glimpse of the grandeur of Victorian life in Belleville over 100 years ago, housing a fine collection of art, furniture, paintings, lamps, continued on page 12 >


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Where business comes to grow!

If you want it all â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to live and work where you would love to vacation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; consider a location in Belleville for you and your business! With a solid manufacturing and business base, Belleville is home to a diverse and incredibly successful base of businesses which lend to the exceptionally high quality of life enjoyed by all our residents and visitors. The business climate in Belleville is bolstered by a great location (close to everything and everyone), quality labour force, affordable real estate, low cost of living as well as a solid diversified economic base upon which to grow your business. For more information on how you can invest in beautiful Belleville, please contact the Economic and Strategic Initiatives department at 613-9673238 or

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and local displays. Located at 257 Bridge St. E. For more information and hours of operation please call 613-962-2329 Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment Military Museum War is not glorified at the museum but presented as an integral part of Canadian heritage. Features a collection of uniforms, badges, diaries, equipment, weaponry, and other memorabilia. Located in the Armoury on the corner of Bridge and Pinnacle Street. For more information and hours of operation please call 613-966-2125. Belleville Scout/Guide Museum Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest museum dedicated to the preservation of Scout and Guide history though a growing collection of memorabilia donations. Boasts over 40,000 items including books, journals, stamps, newspaper articles, uniforms, badges, pins, belt buckles, and much more. Open by appointment only. Located at 350 Dundas St. W. For more information please call 613-966-2740 or 613-968-7605. Hastings Heritage Centre Features historical information and memorabilia depicting the heritage of Belleville & Hastings County, including textual records, photographs, maps, newspapers, and other materials which provide information about the people, places, and development of Belleville & Hastings County. Located at 154 Old Cannifton Road N. For more information please call 613968-5023. National Air Force Museum of Canada Explore the history of the Canadian Military Aviation from its birth in World War One to the present day. Explore original art, weapons, sig-

nificant archival materials, medals, aircraft, artifacts, and other memorabilia. Located at 8 Wing Trenton, Hwy #2, 10 minutes west of Belleville. For more information please call 613-965-2140. Farmtown Park Learn more about the agriculture industry in Hastings County. Find out about cheese and butter making and the development of farm machinery. Walk through Heritage Village, our unique country town from the 1930â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Visit our one-room school house and explore the Discovery Centre with the amazing collection of toy trucks, tractors and cars. Located at the Stirling Fair Grounds, 20 minutes northwest of Belleville via Hwy 62N & 14. For more information please call 613-395-0015. Ameliasburgh Historical Museum Complex Explore an array of 14 buildings of agricultural and industrial history featuring a steam engine, art gallery, native displays, log cabin, and blacksmith shop. Now includes the Victoria Schoolhouse, home of the Quinte Educational Museum and Archives. For more information and hours of operation please call 613-966-5501.

Galleries Gallery 121 Non-profit art gallery providing exhibition space for Belleville and Quinte West artists. Located at 48 Bridge St. E. in downtown Belleville. Please call 613-962-4609 or visit Quinte Arts Council Founded on the belief that arts are for everyone and should be accessible to all. Featuring arts from local artisans come check us out! Located at 36 continued on page 14 >


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It’s a place of a thousand stories – write your own. The mystery and romance of the 1000 Islands, the culinary excellence of Kingston’s food scene, the passion and flair of the County wineries and the raw excitement of sport fishing in the Bay of Quinte and Land O’Lakes. Write your own story - visit us today!

Bay of Quinte | Prince Edward County | Land O’Lakes Kingston | Rideau Heritage Route | 1000 Islands Cornwall and the Counties

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Bridge St. E. in downtown Belleville. For more information call 613-962-1232 or visit

Belleville Public Library Belleville Public Library is the place to go for children’s programs, author readings, an excellent collection of materials to borrow, free internet and wireless access, and a great space to relax and enjoy yourself! Located at 254 Pinnacle St in Downtown Belleville. For more information call 613968-6731 or visit

Belleville Art Association Gallery Home to an ever-changing series of exhibitions by the association members. Located at 392 Front St. in downtown Belleville. For more information please call 613-968-8632. John M. Parrott Art Gallery Located in the Library at 254 Pinnacle Street in downtown Belleville. Featuring art exhibitions and programs and an artisan gift shop. 613-698-6731. ArtPlus A diverse arts centre in the heart of Belleville, featuring acclaimed work from local and international artists. Located at 54 North Front St. (two blocks north of downtown Belleville). For more information call 613-961-1977 or visit Fusion Creative Collections A unique gift shop and collection of art by visual artists who have come together to present their work to the public. Located at 250 Front St. in downtown Belleville. For more information call 613-967-4438 or visit 14

Radio Stations 91.3 Alternative/ College Radio (Loyalist College) 95.5Hitsfm Quinte’s Greatest Hits 97.1 Hits from the 80’s, 90’s and beyond Cool 100 Country Hits 102.3 Christian Contemporary Rock 107 Classic Rock CJBQ AM-800 Quinte Country

Beer, Spirits, & Wine The Beer Store Open 7 days a week! Two locations: 91 S. Front St. 613-968-8559 113 Station St. 613-969-1828 Liquor Control Board Ontario Wine, spirits, beer, and mixers! Closed Sundays .Three locations: 190 Bell Blvd. 613-962-2132 470 Dundas St. E. 613-962-1342 Prince Edward Square (Hwy 62 South just over the Bay Bridge) 613-989-9947

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Discover Belleville’s Treasure... Open Year Round Tuesday to Sunday - 1 to 4:30 pm June, July, August - 10 am to 4:30 pm 257 Bridge St. E., Belleville, ON 613-962-2329

“Celebrating 25 Years” Eastern Ontario’s Largest Annual Outdoor Farm Show August 21st & 22nd, 2013 300 Exhibitors of Agricultural Equipment 255 Fairgrounds Road, Quinte West Belleville & Area Visitor Pocket Guide


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Downtown Belleville, known as “The Village” is located in the centre of the City on the shores of the beautiful Bay of Quinte and Moira River. The Village is the community’s financial centre and provides a wide range of services and specialty stores and some of the best dining establishments in the City. Take a stroll along the riverfront trail or explore the local stores and galleries, relax in one of the spas or salons or take in a play or concert at one of the theatres. Downtown is host to many special events throughout the year. Music festivals, sidewalk sales, consumer contests, street dances and gallery tours all bring the community together through fun and engaging activities. Come and discover downtown Belleville. For more information on our downtown visit: When visiting the downtown be sure to check out the rich variety of crafts and produce year round at the Belleville Farmers’ Market. In the spring, the market comes alive with maple syrup and crafts, and remains a ‘hive of activity’ right through the Christmas season. The market is held in the Market Square behind City Hall, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. 7 a.m to 6 p.m. all the year round. Belleville & Area Visitor Pocket Guide


Quinte Bowling Centre 17 Roy Blvd., Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5 â&#x20AC;˘ 613 967 2695

Open Daily 11:30 am Canteen On-Site Free Parking

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Family Fun

Belleville presents a variety of natural spaces, bike/walking trails, parks and waterfront areas for everyone to take pleasure in. Children will enjoy playing at the Lady Nicole Pirate Ship Park, the Kiwanis Skateboard Park, sports fields, the Canada Day toboggan hill and coming in 2013 a new children’s splash pad all located at Riverside Park. At Zwick’s Park there is a playground and wading pool as well as a four acre “off-leash dog park” maintained by the Quinte Dog Park Association, for your four legged friends. Be sure to check out the spectacular Christmas light display at Jane Forrester Park. This “must see” display is in place from mid November through to early January. Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre provides a state-of-the-art multipurpose facility to enjoy recreational swimming, skating, walking/ running and more. Located at 265 Cannifton Rd. Please call 613-9664632 for more information. YMCA of Belleville and Quinte is committed to building strong kids, strong families and a strong community with a wide variety of programs. Located at 433 Victoria Ave. Please call 613-966-9622 for more information. The Belleville Bulls are Quinte’s Ontario Hockey League Team. They play their home games at the Yardmen Arena which is located in the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre from September – March. Family Fishing Weekend where Canadian residents are able to sample Ontario’s fishing opportunities, licence-free from July 6-14, 2013 and again from February 15-17, 2014. The Empire Theatre & Centre for the Performing Arts has award winning musical acts and music festivals with performances all year. Located at 321 Front St. 613-969-0099.

Party Castle is an indoor playground and party centre. Book a party or drop in for daily play, music lessons, preschool programs or dance and fitness classes. Located at 393 Sidney St. 613-962-3450. Monster mini-Golf (Seasonal) is great fun for all ages. Located in the Quinte Mall parking lot. Galaxy Cinemas is an eightscreen theatre located behind the Quinte Mall. 613-969-7080. Shannonville Motorsport Park is a hidden gem east of the City on Highway #2. Home to Supermoto bike racing, car drifting events, drag racing (see page 40). 613-969-1906 or 1-800-959-8955 Brighton Speedway is the region’s home for dirt track auto racing and more! A short drive west of Belleville at 775 County Rd 64, Brighton via hwy #401 or #2. 1-866-681-1102

Quinte Bowl is fun for all with youth programs, parties, tournaments, lazer bowl and rock’n bowl. Located on 17 Roy Blvd off of Hwy 62. 613-967-2695. Belleville & Area Visitor Pocket Guide


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Rain or Shine

The Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, located at 265 Cannifton Road has expanded the facility by more than 177,000 square feet, with the building now totaling over 330,000 square feet. While youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re here, experience the many pleasures of Belleville.

Recreation, Culture & Community Services For more information: 613-966-4632

Something for Everyone! The Centre boasts the addition of highly energy efficient and customer friendly features including: • Two new NHL sized ice pads and all the amenities, including warm viewing in addition to the Wally Dever and Yardmen Arenas • An Aquatic Centre with an 8 lane, 25 metre pool, along with preschool and therapy pools and spectator viewing area • Large, double Multi-use Gymnasium space which can transform into a performance venue for approximately 400-500 people • Indoor rubberized and heated walking/running track • Retail space, including a Café style food service provider, physiotherapy and massage services and a pro-shop • A Seniors Centre and Youth Drop-in Room • 3 fitness studios (yoga/pilates, aerobic and dryland training) • Public lounge for social gathering and networking • Customer Service Counter with public and tourist information • Community Group rental space, featuring a Fireplace room and Multipurpose room • Expanded and upgraded parking, along with a new City of Belleville transit stop Enjoy recreational swimming, skating, visit the free indoor walking/running track, participate in a drop in aerobics class, register for a day camp…join us at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre

Where Everyone Is Welcome!

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Head to downtown Belleville to try local berry dishes at our fabulous participating restaurants.

June 15th, 2013

Street Dance Downtown Belleville August 16, 2013

Come downtown and enjoy the very popular Downtown Street Dance on August 16th 2013. Edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Garage Band is back by popular demand!

Sidewalk Sale July 11, 12 & 13, 2013

In coordination with the Waterfront Festival and the Poker Run, this three day event is filled with great deals, promotions and family fun in Downtown!

Front Street open to pedestrian traffic only for this event!

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Culture Days September 27-29, 2013

Plein Air Festival May 31 to June 2, 2013

Come enjoy this 3 day outdoor artistic event in downtown Belleville & surroundings. Artists will abound the streets capturing art en plein air!

Student Art Show April 26-27, 2013

Follwing the opening, a Student Art Walk Tour will be created throughout the month of May in downtown Belleville.

Enjoy a weekend full of culture in Downtown Belleville. The BDIA presents “Belleville Culture Days”. Enjoy an Artwalk, Music Crawl, Literary/Film Events, performing arts and Doors Open Belleville, all in the downtown core. The ever-so-popular Flavours of Fall event will run in conjunction with Culture Days on Saturday September 28th. Another great way to celebrate culture in downtown!

Savour the Chill 2014

February 22, 2014 Sample delicious local soups, enjoy hot chocolate and cookies, and take in a horse drawn wagon ride through downtown Belleville. Family fun all day long. Don’t forget to take in the SALES at participating retail locations.

Holidays in Downtown

Farmers Market

Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday year round!

November & December 2013 Black Friday - November 29, 2013 Enjoy BIG SALES and promotions at our downtown retail locations. Enjoy holiday promotions for the month of December.

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Golfing, hiking, boating, fishing, exploring, shopping, swimming or just relaxing - Belleville offers you all the recreational options you’ll need to ensure the whole family has a great time! There are more than 15 regional golf courses that provide the enthusiast with an array of challenging layouts. Our courses have hosted some of Ontario’s premiere golfing events and yet still offer challenges for everyone from the champion to the beginner. The Bay of Quinte offers world class fishing and is the perfect spot for your next angling adventure. In addition to fantastic walleye fishing there is an abundance of large and small mouth bass, pike, musky and perch to name a few. Not just for summer, in winter the Bay transforms into the ideal ice fishing destination! Broad, sheltered waters make the Bay of Quinte one of Canada’s top sailing destinations and a prime location for power boating, kayaking and windsurfing. Residents and visitors can also enjoy rowing and dragon boating on one of the most beautiful waterways in the Province.

Golf Courses Barcovan Golf Club Bay of Quinte Country Club Bayview Golf Centre Black Bear Ridge Golf Course Briar Fox Golf & Country Club Frankford Municipal Golf Course Oak Hills Golf Club


Picton Golf & Country Club Pine Ridge Golf & Country Club Salt Creek Golf Links Timber Ridge Golf Course Trillium Wood Golf Club Warkworth Golf Club Wellington on the Lake Golf Course

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Calendar of Events FEBRUARY Savour The Chill (23)

AUGUST Norm Carr Classic Motorcycle Races (10)

MARCH Downtown Docfest (1-3)

Quinte Ribfest (9-11)

Sportsman Boat & RV Show (8-10) APRIL Quinte Home & Lifestyle Show (5-7) Healthy Living Expo (20/21) Downtown Student Art Show (26-27) MAY Plein Air Festival (31-June 2) JUNE Berrylicious (15)

Downtown Street Dance (16) Hastings County Farm Show (21/22) Belleville Fair (29 – Sept 1) SEPTEMBER Empire Square Anniversary Weekend (5-7) Culture Days Celebration • Downtown Artwalk (27/28) • Doors Open Belleville (28) • Flavours of Fall Festival (28) NOVEMBER Christmas At The Pier (TBA)

Quinte Ex Rodeo (15/16)

Santa Claus Parade (17)

Big Music Fest (22)

Festival of Trees (16 & 20-23)

JULY Canada Day Celebrations (1)

Black Friday (29)

Hollyrood Country Jamboree (5-7)

DECEMBER Downtown Belleville - Holiday Season Promotions (14)

A Victorian Fair at Glanmore House (7) Belleville Waterfront & Ethnic Festival (11-14) • Downtown Sidewalk Sale (11-13) • Dragon Boat Festival (13) • Poker Run Rendezvous Boat Races (12-14) Party In The Square (19) Empire Square Rockfest (25-27)

OTHER SEASONAL EVENTS & PERFORMANCES: Farmer’s Market, behind City Hall (T/T/S – year round) Belleville Theatre Guild Quinte Ballet School Quinte Symphony Concerts In The Park

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July 11th, 12th, 13th & 14th 2013 • World’s Finest Midway

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Ethnic Food Village Vendor Exposition Ultimate Air Dogs Children’s Arts & Crafts Building Workshop Puppet Shows FREE Balloon Art

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Jungle Cat World Exhibit Mural Colouring Project Paddle Boats & Water Walkers Meet our LIVE Robot! Junkyard Symphony


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LIVE MUSIC IN THE COVERED PAVILION … TRIBUTE CONCERTS INCLUDE: · The Beach Boys · The Young Rascals · Shania Twain (direct from Las Vegas!) · ABBA · The Bee Gees · Boogie Wonder Band (70’s Disco) · Power Connection (Blood Sweat & Tears, Chicago, Lighthouse)

· 80’s Rock Machine (Queen, Fleetwood

Mac, The Eagles, Aerosmith, U2, Journey)

PLUS a 50’s & 60’s Rock n’ Roll Dance, Celtic Kitchen Party, Salute to Oktoberfest, The 65-member Northern Lights Steel Orchestra, Bollywood & Caribbean Celebrations, The Canadian Indie Music Festival AND the 120-member Gouverneur New York High School Marching Wildcats! Bring your lawn chairs & ENJOY!

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Saturday, June 22nd E. Zwick’s Park gates open at noon Hedley, Counting Crows, The Wallflowers, Bleeker Ridge and Burton Cummings! Monday, July 1st W. Zwick’s Park, 11am-10pm FREE Admission – Parking $2 LIVE music, arts & crafts, giant sand box, petting zoo, pony rides and fireworks!

July 25th , 26th, 27th Empire Square (Downtown) Journey, Kim Mitchell, REO Speedwagon, Night Ranger, David Wilcox, Styx lead singer Dennis DeYoung & TOTO!

August 9th , 10th & 11th W. Zwick’s Park, open daily 11:30 am FREE Admission – Parking $2 LIVE music (including Bon Journey, Ambush, The Remedy & Cruisin’), 6 ribbers to choose from, hot air balloon rides, dunk tank, kids zone, ongoing raffles & draws!

Cafés, Diners & Bakeries The Old Firehouse 394 Front St. 613-779-6663

Debbie’s Restaurant 19 Campbell St. 613-968-5900

Café E (Empire Square) 357 Front St. W. 613-968-1412

Wimpy’s Diner 274 North Front St. 613-969-8156

West Side Café 436 Dundas St. 613-966-0365

Nova Deli-Maritime Donairs 200 North Front St. 613-968-3357

Sweet Escape Dessert & Coffee Lounge 194 Front St. 613-966-0000

Cedar Nights (Chicken Shawarma) 21 College St. W. 613-771-1311

Sans Souci 240 Front St. 613-968-2952

Smoke’s Poutinerie 305 North Front St, 613-779-9100

Katrina’s Cakes & Treats 296 Front St. 613-966-1274

Burger Revolution 300 North Front St. 613-966-3388

Cheech’s Cozy Grill 207 Front St. 613-962-6969

Maggie’s Country Corner 487 Dundas Street W. 613-962-1180

Irene’s Diner (Bayview Mall) 470 Dundas St. E. 613-967-1074

The Millenium Diner 580 Ashley St. Foxboro 613-966-2090

Riverside Restaurant & Bakery 1 Moira St. E. 613-967-4928

Y’Wanna Hav’ a Café 254 Pinnacle St (library) 613-771-0060 199 Front St (Century Place) 613-966-3762

Sensuous Up Café 33 South Pinnacle St 613-966-8800

Dining Places Dem Bones Smokehouse & Sports Bar 13 Bell Blvd. 613-966-1874

Quinte Restaurant 135 Cannifton Rd. 613-962-1313

Capers Brasserie & Wine Bar 272 Front St. 613-968-7979

Your Family Restaurant 191 Dundas St. E. 613-966-9994

Denny’s Family Restaurant 398 North Front St. 613-962-6634

Kelsey’s 170 North Front St. 613-967-2400

Dinkel’s Restaurant & Courtyard 44 Bridge St. E. 613-966-2556

Red Rock Canyon 365 North Front St. 613-966-8210

L’Auberge de France 304 Front St. 613-966-2433

Swiss Chalet 15 Bell Blvd. 613-968-6819

Lone Star Texas Grill 130 Bell Blvd. 613-962-8677

Windows on the Bay (Travelodge) 11 Bay Bridge Rd. 613-968-3411

Montana’s Cookhouse 170 Bell Blvd. 613-967-9970

Greek Oasis 290 North Front St. 613-962-2888

Northway Restaurant 205 North Front St. 613-962-7119

La Favorita Trattoria 248 Front St. 613-779-8993

Olympic ’76 Restaurant 444 Dundas St. W. 613-966-1686

Crabby Joe’s Tap & Grill 305 North Front St. 613-967-2630

Steakhouses Earl & Angelo’s Steak & Seafood 182 Front St. 613-962-1182 30

Prime Time Steakhouse 260 North Front St. 613-962-5361

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DISTINCTLY DELICIOUS. DELICIOUSLY CAPERS. 272 Front Street, Belleville ON 613-968-7979• banquet & meeting space • live music • fantastic wine selection•amazing food

300 North Front Street, Belleville, ON K8P 3C4 613-966-3388 Belleville & Area Visitor Pocket Guide


Italian Cuisine East Side Mario’s (Quinte Mall) 390 N. Front St. 613-962-8440

Pasta Tavola (Take Out) 109 North Front St. 613-779-9739

Jim’s Greek-Italian Eatery 326 Front St. 613-966-1444

Paulo’s Italian Trattoria 38 Bridge St. E. 613-966-6542

Linguine’s 257 North Front St. 613-962-5444

Seafood Captain George’s Fish & Chips 150 Sidney St. 613-967-8088

The Boathouse Restaurant 32 South Front St. 613-969-2211

Kalays Seafood Restaurant 393 Sidney St. 613-962-3838

Asian Buffet Garden Restaurant 365 North Front St. 613-967-7888

Pho Viet 30 Dundas St. E. 613-968-2605

China Gate 253 Front St. 613-966-3444

Saigon 110 North Front St. 613-966-0045

Modern Café 190 Front St. 613-962-4182

Thai Garden 151 Pinnacle St. 613-962-1188

North China Buffet 300 Bell Blvd. 613-771-9988

Toro Sushi Restaurant 338 Pinnacle St. 613-967-6478

Aji Sai Japanese Restaurant 32 Dundas St. W. 613-966-3939

Yangtze Restaurant 444 Dundas St. E. 613-966-6600

Oriental Wok & Himalayan Cuisine 59 Dundas St. E. 613-962-9232

Hibachi Buffet 327 North Front St. 613-969-8886

Thai House Cuisine 230 Front St. 613-966-7888

Fast Food A&W 366 North Front St. 613-969-9276

Harvey’s 233 North Front St. 613-967-1165

Wendy’s 350 North Front St. 613-967-9636 McDonald’s 185 North Front St. 613-962-7400 470 Dundas St. E. 613-968-5400 274 Millennium Parkway – Wal-Mart 613-962-2705 Taco Bell 336 North Front St. 613-967-6394

KFC 464 Dundas St. E. 613-962-2907 336 North Front St. 613-967-6394

Mary Brown’s Famous Chicken & Taters 150 Sidney St. 613-967-0202

Arby’s 281 North Front St. 613-966-1844 Burger King 298 North Front St. 613-966-9797

Dairy Queen 74 Dundas St. E. 613-968-8959 Tim Hortons 169 North Front St. 613-967-1777 48 Dundas St. W. 613-967-2753 218 Bell Blvd. 613-968-1180 161 Bridge St. W. 613-968-5402 32

470 Dundas St. E. 613-967-0503 165 College St. E. 613-967-2197 Hwy. 62 N. & Cloverleaf Dr. 613-967-2130 902 Wallbridge-Loyalist Rd. 613-966-3776

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Reader’s Choice Award For Favourite Italian Restaurant Excellent Italian dining with a wide variety of pasta, steak, chicken and veal dishes. We carry an exceptional wine list. Five star service provided. It’s a wonderful choice for a night out.

WIFI • Patio • Free Banquet Facilities Groups Welcome • Take Out Available Limo service available upon request Monday to Saturday open at 11 am Sunday open at 4 pm

257 North Front St., Belleville 613-962-5444

Two Great Restaurants Side by Side Steak, Fresh Fish, Chicken, Gourmet Wood-Fired Pizza

Restaurant & Courtyard 44 Bridge Street East

613 966 2556

38 Bridge Street East

613 966 6542

Mediterranean • Quality • Value • Taste


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Sandwiches & Subs Pita Pit 305 North Front St. 613-966-6617

Mr. Zed’s Subs & Burgers 324 Front St. 613- 968-7787

Extreme Pita 365 North Front St. 613-969-9777

Quizno’s Subs (Reid’s Dairy) 222 Bell Blvd. 613-967-7703

Great Canadian Bagel 365 North Front St. 613-966-2013

Subway 110 North Front St. 613-961-7229 366 North Front St. 613-969-6600 450 Dundas St. E. 613-969-8920 49 Dundas St. W. 613-967-1727 219 Millennium Pky. 613-966-0987 51 Adam St. 613-969-6667

Mr. Sub 41 Dundas St. E. 613-968-8466 243 North Front St. E. 613-969-7231

Pizza Bourbon Street Pizza Company 5A Market St. 613-779-0803

Papa’s Kitchen Pizzeria 212 North Front St. 613-966-7212

Boston Pizza 180 Bell Blvd. 613-966-2444

Pizza Hut 268 North Front St. 613-310-1010

Domino’s Pizza 143 College St. W. 613-962-4949

Pizza Pizza 170 North Front St. 613-967-1111

Goody’s Pizzeria (Bayview Mall) 470 Dundas St. E. 613-969-4444

Tina’s Pizzeria 113 Cannifton Rd. 613-966-0241

Jim’s Pizzeria 326 Front St. 613-966-1444

Topper’s Pizza 365 North Front St. 613- 813-7171

Little Caesars 110 North Front St. 613-966-0963

Brenda’s Pizza Factory 150 Sidney St. 613-968-3336

Papa John’s Pizza 142 North Front St. 613-771-1155

East Side Franco’s Pizza Express 652 Dundas St. E. 613-962-1212

Nightlife & Sports Pubs Slapshots Bar & Grill 151 Cannifton Rd. 613-967-3813

Wild Wing 366 North Front St. 613-967-4848

The Thirsty Bull Pub 449 Dundas Street W. 613-779-0980

The Red Lion 211 Coleman St. 613-966-2458

Legendz Pub 5529 Hwy. 62 S. Rossmore (across the Bay Bridge) 613-779-7888

The Beaufort Pub 173 Dundas St. E. 613-966- 7060

Matt & Joe’s Nightclub 366 North Front St. 613-969- 2291

The Dugout 644 Dundas St. E. 613-968- 5169

Little Texas 290 North Front St. 613-966- 2427

Dugout North 7276 Hwy. 62 N. 613-967- 2426

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In the heart of

“Downtown Belleville” 230 Front Street, Belleville K8N 2Z2 613-966-7888 Eat In / Take Out

Thai House Cuisine

Authentic Thai Food

Hearty breakfast, lunch & dinner Great homemade soups, pies etc. Beef/pork/turkey slow roasted on premises Catering for all occasions 580 Ashley St., Foxboro • (613) 966-2090 •

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Venture out on a day trip north


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Stirling -23 km north on highway 62 then right on county road 14. Enjoy smalltown theatre at the Stirling Festival Theatre (www.stirlingfestivaltheatre. com) or visit the Hastings County Museum of Agriculture Heritage (613-3950015). Stirling was awarded the Kraft Hockeyville Championship in 2012. Tweed – 33 km north on highway 37 on the shores of Stuco Lake and the banks of the Moira River. Visit one of the smallest jail houses in the province (4.9m x 6.1m). If you happen to be visiting in August, be sure to attend the annual Elvis Festival (August 23rd, 24th & 25th) - a very popular event. And while you are in the village, take a stroll along the main street... main street Ontario!! Madoc – 41 km north on highway 62. Visit the O’Hara Sawmill (613-4732084), an historic sawmill or check out the local artisans. Launch your boat on Moira Lake South, take a dip in the lake or sit on the beach and enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the surrounding area. Campbellford – 52 km north on highway 62, left on county road 14, right on county road 8. Campbellford is situated on the Trent Severin Waterway and the Trans Canada Trail. You will notice the rolling hills, numerous horse farms and prime argricultural land on your drive. Ferris Provincial Park is located just south of Campbellford. Plan ahead and arrange tickets at the amazing Westben Arts Festival Theatre ( At the end of the day, head back to your B & B or hotel in Belleville, relax, enjoy a swim with your family and then it’s out to one of Belleville’s great restaurants for dinner.

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Venture out on a day trip south

Picton, Bloomfield, Wellington & The County – 25 km south on highway 62 will be your distance from Belleville to Picton. The County offers things to see and do for the whole family. Whether it’s a day at Sandbanks Provincial Park, a wine tour for the adults (approximately 35 wineries to choose from) or visit some of the local artisans at their studio or gallery. Visit Lake on the Mountain (located on county road 7) overlooking the Glenora Ferry crossing for some amazing views. Have lunch at one of the fabulous resaurants in The County. At the end of the day, head back to your B & B or hotel in Belleville, relax, enjoy a swim with your family and then it’s out to one of Belleville’s great restaurants for dinner.


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SMP mix & match EVENTS


The public may enjoy the Drag testing on Fabi with Test days - May 4 & 5 track during our timing slips and/or car May 17-19 - SMP Pro Pay-Per-Lap Program. lapping on the Nelson track. May 20, June 10, July 1, 15 National Series Race Full Day Aug 5, 19 - 5:30 till dusk. June 7-9 SMP Pro track $35 Car / $5 Spectators It’s Very Affordable! July 19-21 SMP Long track Evenings 1 lap $6 / 5 laps $25 August 2-4 Fabi track $25 Car / $5 Spectators Only four cars on at a time, drive at Aug 30,31 - Sept1 - Long your own comfortable pace. April 21, Oct 5 - Full Day of Sept 20-22 - SMP Pro Mix & Match - 9am - 5pm Car Lapping Days Evenings Only 6pm to 9pm VINTAGE ROAD RACE April 20, May 3, May 3, 24, June 14, July 26, May 31, June 1,2, July 6-7 June 21, July 5, Aug 10, Aug 16, Sept 6, 27 REGIONAL EVENTS Sept 7, 16, Oct 4 Fri $5, Sat $10, Sun $15, $160 one week advance Drag Series Wkd $25, Kids under 12 free $200 at gate (HST incl.) May 11-12, July 5-7, Brack Driving NATIONAL EVENTS Aug 10-11, Sept 14-15 Concepts program Fri $15, Sat $20, Sun $30, October 11-13 $275 plus HST Wkd $50, Kids under 12 free one week in advance June 29-30 - Luskville QC RACE SCHOOL Lunch provided August 24-25 - Luskville QC May 4, 5, 17, July 19 Phone for details



Full Day $90 driver, $10 spectator

May 17, Sept 20 2013 - Pro track May 27, June 14, 28, July 8, 19, Aug 19, 30, Sept 28, 2013 – Long Track August 2, 2013 - Fabi Track $145 one week advance $160 at gate (HST incl.)

April 14, May 4, 20, July 1, Aug 5, Sept 2, Oct 14 Full days are 9am to 5pm

Evenings only $40 driver, $5 spectator June 21, July 12 Evenings start at 5:30pm

SUPERMOTO June 15-16 - Sat. eve. practice, Sun. race Aug 10-11 - Sat. eve. practice, Sun. race Sept 28-29 - Sat. eve. practice, Sun. race

7047 Old Hwy. #2, Shannonville, ON K0K 3A0 • 40

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Venture out on a day trip east

Shannonville – 14 km east on 401 highway (exit 556) or take highway 2 east for a leisurely drive. Shannonville rests on the banks of the gently-flowing Salmon River. Visit the unique shops and galleries on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Stop at Shannonville Motorsport Park (see page 40 for schedules). Travel north on Shannonville Road to Harmony Road (10 min north of 401) for a walk through Tyendinaga Cavern & Caves (613-919-5686 for information). Marysville – 18 km east on 401 highway (exit 566) or take highway 2 east from Belleville. Visit the Sacred Circle Gift Store (highway 49) for unique finds (see ad this page). If you are travelling to Prince Edward County, continue south on highway 49 over the Skyward Bridge. Deseronto – 20 km east on 401 highway (exit 570) or take highway 2 east from Belleville. Deseronto is the eastern gateway to the Bay of Quinte Tourist Region. Visit O’Connor House Tea Room for a soothing cup of tea in historic downtown Deseronto (369 Main Street). Napanee – 36 km east on 401 highway (exits 579 and 582) or take highway 2 east from Belleville. Visit the Napanee Museum which is housed in the old County Gaol (jail) located at 97 Thomas Street East or enjoy tea at MacPherson House, located at 180 Elizabeth Street, which has been restored to its former glory. Make a stop at Springside Park for a picnic or a stroll on the boardwalk along the Napanee River. At the end of the day, head back to your B & B or hotel in Belleville, relax, enjoy a swim with your family and then it’s out to one of Belleville’s great restaurants for dinner.

Gifts for a New Age Smudge Beeswax Candles • Tarot Cards Beanpod Candles • Fairies Healing Crystals

Always in Stock

777A Hwy 49, Deseronto, ON • 613-396-9982 Belleville & Area Visitor Pocket Guide


Venture out on a day trip west

Brighton KOA Campgrounds Big Rig Trailer Sites Tenting, Cabins & Lodges Dog Park & Walking Trails Pool & Hot Tub New Large Playgrounds Giant Chess & Checkers

15051 Telephone Road, Exit 509 (off Hwy #30) Brighton 1-800-562-0906 â&#x20AC;˘ 613-475-2186 42

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Photo: Robert Scott

Trenton – 18 km west on 401 highway (exit 526) or take the leisurely route along highway 2 west from Belleville (approximately 16 km). Trenton is located on the Bay of Quinte and is the southern gateway to the Trent Severn Waterway. Visit downtown Trenton to experience the local stores, restaurants and entertainment or spend some time at the National Air Force Museum, 220 RCAF Road. Brighton – 33 km west on 401 highway (exit 509). Brighton is known for its yearly AppleFest event. This year it will be held on September 27th, 28th & 29th. Attend the parade (28th), enjoy the entertainment and music, sample the local food. While in the area stop at Presqu’ile Provincial Park for a swim, walk along the trails or come for the spring or fall bird migration. In the autumn, the park is a gathering point for monarch butterflies before they begin their migration to Mexico. Colborne – 52 km west on 401 highway (exit 497). Visit the Big Apple for lunch and tour the renovated country-market store. Take home an apple pie for dessert! Cobourg – 67 km west on 401 highway (exit 472 and 474). Cobourg has maintained its small town atmosphere. Visit the downtown area, stroll through one of their many parks or stop at the nearby beach and harbour. Attend the Highland Games on June 15th in Victoria Park. Belleville & Area Visitor Pocket Guide



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Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte

Discover our ancestral land along the shores of the Bay of Quinte. Experience our rich culture and history. Amongst the beauty, you will find a historical presence on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. There is a Cairn in place at the location for the annual reenactment of our Landing, on the shores of the Bay of Quinte which originally took place in 1784.

Pow Wow

Another important location to visit is Tsi tkerhitoten Park (jeet-ger-hee-doe-du), meaning “where the trees are standing.” This park is where we hold our annual Pow Wow, but it’s view of the Bay of Quinte and shade trees make for a great gathering place for family picnics and other events. The Pow Wow is taking place on August 10th and 11th, 2013.

Agricultural Fair

The Mohawk Agricultural Fall Fair has been celebrated for over 100 years. It is on the same grounds as the Mohawk Community Centre where community and visitors gather for many events. The Mohawk Fair celebrates agriculture, with a midway, horseshoe tournament, horse pull and more. The Fall Fair takes place on September 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2013. To visit Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, we are just 10 minutes south from the Marysville or Shannonville exits of the 401.

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Quinte Mall welcomes you and your family to visit our 125 Stores and Services!

North Front Street at Hwy 401, Exit 543A Belleville • 613-968-3571 Monday-Friday 9:30 am-9 pm Saturday 9:30 am-6 pm . Sunday 11am-5 pm

Belleville & Area 2013 Visitor Guide  

Find out about all of the wonderful things to do in the Belleville, Ontario Area in the 2013 Visitor Guide.