e m o c l e W enue v n e i B Belleville is the perfect place to stop, relax and explore.
We are cultivating creativity – the arts and culture scene has an immense impact on our City and in building a vibrant community. Live music, theatre and galleries can be enjoyed year-round. Whether you are taking a scenic walk along the waterfront trail or patio dining with friends, our waterfront is the ideal
Belleville est le lieu idéal pour faire une halte, pour relaxer et pour explorer. Nous cultivons la créativité – l’impact de la scène artistique et culturelle sur notre Ville et sur la création d’une collectivité dynamique est immense. Notre théâtre, notre musique et nos galeries d’art sont à votre portée à longueur d’année pour votre pur plaisir. Que vous fassiez une randonnée pédestre panoramique le long du sentier riverain ou que vous partagiez
place for families to explore the outdoors and enjoy recreation and entertainment. Ask about snapping a photo with our signature BELLEVILLE sign – a fun photo opportunity that carries the memories and image of Belleville well beyond our region. Welcome to Belleville, on the picturesque Bay of Quinte!
un repas entre amis sur nos terrasses, notre secteur riverain est l’endroit idéal pour les familles désireuses d’explorer la nature et de profiter de nombreux divertissements et activités récréatives. Venez découvrir notre panneau signature BELLEVILLE – renseignezvous sur cette superbe occasion de prendre une photo amusante qui transportera les souvenirs et l’image de Belleville bien au-delà de notre région. Bienvenue à Belleville, dans la pittoresque baie de Quinte!
MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR — Mitch Panciuk
As Mayor of the beautiful City of Belleville it is my pleasure to welcome you, on behalf of my colleagues on City Council, to the Bay of Quinte region. Thank you for choosing Belleville as your destination. We are committed to building a community that offers quality of life for all. There are endless experiences awaiting you in our City; unique shops and fine restaurants, beautiful waterfront trails, parks and recreational facilities. As an ideal place for the outdoor enthusiast, we encourage you to spend your time in the great outdoors that add an array of colour and splendor to our City landscape. This Visitor Guide is an excellent resource to help plan your vacation or day trip, and a great opportunity to explore new places and uncover hidden gems, of which there are many in our great City of Belleville!
MITCH PANCIUK, Mayor BELLEVILLE.CA
IN THIS EDITION
03 City Information Visitor Centre, Getting
Here, Navigating the City
06 Arts Week 07 Festivals & Events Photo: Signal Brewing Co.
14 Stay & Explore See & Do, Our
Farmers' Market, A Foodies Heaven
20 Shopping Love Shopping,
e d i s n I s ' t a h W FEATURES —
Is coffee your social lubricant? Find your cup of perfection and more here!
Why the Bay of Quinte has a rich history steeped in occasional scandal.
ALL THINGS CORBY
Henry Corby – a businessman and politician who built a town around spirits.
23 Outdoors Trails, Peace Poles, Cycling, Golfing, Waterfront
29 On The Water Boating, Marinas,
34 Living Here Life, Innovation,
Education & Healthcare
37 Recreation Rainy Day Fun,
Parks & Pools
39 Music & Entertainment Unique Festivals,
Live Music, Concerts
43 Arts & Culture Cultivating Creativity,
Galleries, Theatre, Musuems, Heritage
r o t i s Vi e r t n e C YOUR FIRST STOP
Your first stop when coming to Belleville needs to be the Belleville Visitor Centre. You’ll find it located in the Log Cabin (as the locals know it) at 5 Moira Street East on the beautiful banks of the Moira River. The Log Cabin is a fully stocked information centre with maps, guides and brochures for Belleville, Quinte West, Prince Edward County and beyond.
Check out the Bay of Quinte digital kiosk. Explore an interactive map that lets you browse by area, category or search key words and explore businesses Google & TripAdvisor ratings. Then build your own itinerary of locations and events and email directly to your phone. This kiosk will make planning your trip and exploring the city a breeze.
Prefer paper to a cell phone? Want a local’s insight and recommendations for an authentic Belleville experience? Come in and learn about all the things that Belleville and the Bay of Quinte have to offer.
52 Winter Fun 55 Directories
BOQ DIGITAL KIOSK
— Want a local’s perspective but also want to log your trip on your cell phone?
64 Bay of Quinte Region
g n i t t Ge e r e H BY CAR — Belleville is the largest and most central point of the region located between Toronto and Ottawa directly along Highway 401. Take exits 538, 543 and 544 S to visit our beautiful City on the Bay of Quinte.
BY TRAIN — The Via Rail Station located at 250 Station Street is a short distance from major amenities and hotels, providing visitors with convenient rail service to and from Belleville for business and pleasure.
BY BUS — Travel to Belleville from anywhere across Canada. The Greyhound terminal
is located at the 10 Acre Truck Stop on Walbridge-Loyalist Rd. directly off the 401. Once you’re here, using our Belleville Transit system is easy, economical and good for the environment.
BY BOAT — Belleville, on the Bay of Quinte is a boater’s paradise.
— Navigating the City
BELLEVILLE TRANSIT - LET'S GO!
Belleville is at the forefront of a revolutionized transit service through the introduction of an on-demand bus-hailing system. The system is being used on the Route 11 night bus.
1. Sign-up through the online application.
2. Use the map to select the stop and time you want to be picked up from and dropped off at.
3. Keep up to date on the status of your request.
Meyers Pier is Belleville’s premium 160 slip marina, ideal for boaters navigating the Bay of Quinte, and within walking distance from downtown shopping and dining. Belleville also operates two boat launches on the City’s waterfront that offer high quality launch facilities and parking. Visit our Outdoor Adventure section of this guide for more boating options.
PARK AND RIDE EVENT SHUTTLE
The City has partnered with the Belleville Senators to get you to all #BellevilleSens home games! Both west and east routes are available beginning at the Quinte Mall and Bayview Mall, and operate on a 10 minute schedule with the last bus dropping off at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre approximately 10 minutes before game time. Return service is available directly after the game.
BELLEVILLE TROLLEY TOUR
Our hop on hop off premium shuttle services key areas of interest in the City. It is the perfect mode of transportation from June to September for visitors looking to experience the best of Belleville. Check out our beautiful City by day – you can access the waterfront, or hop off in East Hill to admire Belleville’s most historic neighbourhood. Dinner reservations? Get picked up at your hotel, dropped off downtown to indulge in great food and drink, and get back to the hotel after your evening out. BELLEVILLE.CA
Likea Local LUISA on ZWICK'S PARK — My daughter Sophia and I spend a ton of time at Zwick’s Park every season - it gives us a beautiful backdrop to make long lasting memories and the chance to enjoy a healthy lifestyle. Our favourite park events are Artfest and Canada Day. We often bring a blanket and picnic for our summer evenings!
A CREATIVE CITY — Arts Week
Our City is rich with creativity – this is evident through the myriad of events taking place that highlight our thriving arts community. Celebrations for the Mayor’s Week for the Arts kick off May 22 with a Quinte Symphony Concert at the Empire Theatre. A Mayor’s Luncheon for the Arts will follow on May 24 at Capers restaurant. Arts En Plein Air is a premiere event held May 23 to 26. Spanning all four days, the Plein Air painting competition has artists capture the beauty of Belleville, with focus on the
downtown core, parks, riverfront and harbour. Art enthusiasts can flock downtown on May 25 to enjoy stage entertainment, vendors and buskers with wine and craft beer served across from City Hall. Family Artfest is full of fun at Zwick’s Park on May 25 – painting, chalk art, sculpting, sand art, paper crafts, music and more - the perfect way to explore your creative side!
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07 DISCOVER WHAT’S ON Sometimes the best way to experience a destination is through the events inspired by their culture and heritage.
WHAT’S ON —
The Mother of all Craft Shows May 4 motherofallcraftshows.com
Belleville Lions Club 8th Annual Show & Shine Car Show June 2 West Zwick’s Park
Quinte Sportsman Boat & RV Show March 8-10 Quintesportsmanshow.com
Mayor’s Week for the Arts May 22-24 Belleville.ca
Bay of Quinte Pride June 8 Bellevillepride.ca
Arts En Plein Air May 23-26 Quinteartscouncil.org
Quinte Bass Champs June 15 Quintebassanglers.ca
Quinte Home & Lifestyle Show April 5 - 7 Quintehomebuilders.com Quinte Woodcarvers Show April 13 Quintewoodcarvers.ca
Pitter Patter Fun Run 1K, 5K, 10K April 28 Loyalist College
- MAY 39th Annual Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby May 4–5 Kiwaniswalleyeworld.com
Berkley B1 Fishing Tournament June 28–30 Fishb1.com Family Artfest May 25 West Zwick’s Park Facebook.com/ familyartfest Quinte Toy Con May 26 Toyforce.ca
- JUNE Strut for Strays June 1 Fixedfurlife.com/ strut-for-strays
Get Out On The Water June 22 bqyc.ca
Family Fishing Week June 29 – July 7 Ontariofamilyfishing.com
- JULY Canada Day Celebration July 1 Bellevillecanadaday.com
Town & Country Garden Tour July 5
Belleville Waterfront & Multicultural Festival July 11 – 14
Bellevillewaterfront festival.com Empire Rockfest July 25 – 27 Empiresquarelive.com Wheels On The Bay July 26 – 28 Wheelsonthebay.com
- AUGUST Belleville Poutine Feast August 1 - 4 Zwick’s Park Quinte Exhibition August 29 – September 1 QER.ca
- SEPTEMBER Doors Open Belleville September 21 Doorsopenontario.on.ca Flavours of Fall September 28 Facebook.com/ flavoursoffall Porchfest Belleville September 28 Porchfest.ca
dine • drink • live • savour • shop • watch • discover • enjoy • play • create • stroll • work • learn
- NOVEMBER Christmas At The Pier November 15 – January 2020 belleville.ca Santa Claus Parade November 17 Bellevillechamber.ca
DOWNTOWN BELLEVILLE downtownbelleville.ca
be a part of it!
Quinte’s 24th Annual Model Railroad Show November 30 – December 1 Bellevillemodelrail roadclub.ca
- JANUARY 2020
- MARCH 2020
Cops for Kids Fishing Derby Herchimer Street Boat Launch ontariofamilyfishing.com
Belleville Downtown Docfest Downtown Belleville downtowndocfest.ca
-FEBRUARY 2020 Savour the Chill & Stay Awhile Downtown Belleville downtownbelleville.ca
A CITY TRADITION — Canada Day Festival
On July 1st 40 years ago, Mayor Ben Corke and Councillor Selma Bochnek held the first City event celebrating Canada’s birthday at Meyers Pier. Today Belleville’s Canada Day features an afternoon of FREE attractions and entertainment - bring your family, friends, lawn chairs and Canadian spirit!
Enjoy live music, pony rides, inflatable fun, face and hair art, juggling, a community BBQ, birthday cake and a spectacular fireworks display over the Bay.
come explore Belleville Public Library and visit
The Parrott Art Gallery
SHAUN on STARTING THE DAY DOWNTOWN — My wife and I love going to The Fitness Guild in Century Village. The staff are second to none and the classes are as challenging as you want them to be. An hour class really energizes us for the day, but first we have to head down the hall to Focus Coffee Bar for a fresh baked scone and a hot coffee.
254 Pinnacle Street, in Downtown Belleville Experience art exhibitions, workshops, classes, concerts and more. Discover the Parrott Collection of original Manly MacDonald oil paintings.
JORDAN on CHILANGOS MEXICAN RESTAURANT — Chilangos Mexican Restaurant has the most exquisite food and best customer service you will ever encounter. I rate it 10/10 - they treat you like family, you feel welcomed right away and it’s an amazing atmosphere!
Visit the Parrott Gallery Shop for unique gifts by local artists.
y a t S re o l p x E Belleville is the hub of the Bay of Quinte region - the City offers accommodation options for every budget, size and preference. Book a hotel package for your next vacation if you are looking for the most modern amenities for the family. Or if you want to experience small town charm, discover entire homes and private rooms perfect for any trip – many located in Belleville’s historic East Hill. There is no shortage of things to see and do. You will need more than a weekend just to scratch the surface.
SEE & DO Living like a local must include spending time in Downtown Belleville – the place that offers a unique experience for everyone. Locals do more than just shop and eat; we get out and explore the over 45km of multiuse trails and bicycle lanes that get you around the city. Prefer to
DOWNTOWN BELLEVILLE —
LOCALLY GROWN & HOME-MADE — Belleville Farmers' Market
Generations have grown up at the Belleville Market – a market that has been in Downtown Belleville for over two centuries. Constructed in 1872-73, five years before Belleville became a city, the original City Hall building housed an indoor market on the first floor and a public hall and municipal office on the second floor. During this time residents could go inside to purchase fruits, vegetables and pies on display or even ready-to-eat chickens. The hustle and bustle of a farmers’ market morning triggers a sense of community. In the spring, the market comes alive with rich produce, maple syrup, plants and baking, and remains a 'hive of activity' right through the Christmas season. The market is a gathering place, and people are making the choice to support locally grown and made. Located in Market Square behind City Hall, the market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays all year round from 8am to 5pm (peak time 9am to 2pm).
venture off the beaten path? We are also surrounded with beautiful conservation areas to hike, bike or capture that perfect scenic photo. Not the adventurous type? Or just need some R&R? Book a spa day, explore a museum or art gallery, play a round of golf on one of our premiere golf courses, enjoy some gaming at Shorelines Casino, or take in a professional hockey game with the Belleville Senators.
Likea Local TANIA on a SATURDAY MORNING DOWNTOWN — On Saturday mornings I love to head downtown for a coffee before taking my two children to the Farmers’ Market where we load up on fresh produce and hummus. After the children's programming at the Belleville Public Library, we take our books to the Waterfront Trail where we eat our market finds while reading – a perfect way to spend a morning downtown, like a local!
Photos: Signal Brewing Co. + The Lark + Burger Revolution
STAY & EXPLORE —
A FOODIES HEAVEN — Eat & Drink
Belleville’s variety is a foodie’s heaven. During your stay you must spoil yourself with the best local food spots the city has to offer. With over 100 diverse dining options, Belleville offers a style, atmosphere and price for every occasion.
Seafood on the water, traditional favourites passed down through the generations, live music and drinks at a contemporary elegant lounge, farm fresh to the table, or something on the go, we have awesome cuisine options to keep those taste buds satisfied. Annual events such as Belleville Waterfront & Multicultural Festival, Savour the Chill & Stay Awhile and Flavours of Fall showcase the local’s passion for quality food, and foodies from near and far join us for these festivals to help celebrate our love affair with outstanding local food.
EMILIE on TEN ACRE TRUCK STOP'S INFAMOUS BREAKFAST — Every Sunday you can find me at the Ten Acre Truck Stop just a few minutes north of Loyalist College. Being a student at Loyalist, I had heard about their infamous breakfast and had to stop by; I've been stopping by every Sunday since then! Pro tip: their homemade pizza is the best!
Likea Local JENN on EXPLORING BELLEVILLE'S CULINARY LANDSCAPE — Being a military spouse, I came to the Bay of Quinte region with fresh eyes two years ago and I am still exploring! My favourite part of Belleville is the food. From Bourbon Street Pizza to Chilango’s to The Lark, there’s so much variety. Being vegetarian hasn’t hindered my options at all-I absolutely love finding new spots, cafes, pubs and bars to try out!
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ARTISANAL COFFEE SHOPS
Bourbon & Bean — Caffeine cravings can definitely be satisfied at Belleville’s newest coffee culture hot spot. Coffee bar by day, and whiskey bar by night, sister and brother team Cara and Shane describe themselves as a brasserie with a full espresso bar. Depending on the day, you can let them know if your coffee needs an extra shot of warmth!
Focus Coffee Bar — Husband and wife team Alex and Amber operate a trio of coffee shops in the downtown core. Whether you’re stopping in to browse the shelves at the Belleville Public Library or strolling by their primary Front Street location, they’ve got you covered with an espresso bar, a variety of gourmet salads and sandwiches, set by a cozy fireplace and friendly smiles.
Is coffee your social lubricant? If you are looking for more than just a cup of coffee, Belleville is filled with creative and flavourful coffee bars with a cup of perfection and more waiting for you!
Photo: Focus Coffee Bar
— In the heart of downtown Belleville and adjacent to the historic Empire Theatre is Café e – your go to for County Coffee, vegan friendly and gluten free foods. Home of the “E Bites”; make Café e your spot for breakfast or lunch.
— Their name says it all – expect nothing but the best selection at Gourmet Diem! This locally owned café sells gourmet coffee and specialty beverages, light lunches and a selection of imported cheeses, meats and food products. See Sonya for some great coffee and charcuterie options!
Likea Local EMILIE on the BRAKE ROOM — After my first meeting with my Bay of Quinte Blogging team at the Brake Room, I realized I had found my new favourite spot! All my free time has been spent at the Brake Room since then; writing while documenting their delicious and beautifully presented coffee. Their bike repair shop meets coffee house brand is brilliant and has become a staple of downtown Belleville.
STAY & EXPLORE —
Photo: Quinte Mall
e v o L g n i p p o h S Belleville offers countless places to satisfy your inner shopper. The largest of which is the Quinte Mall - the region’s shopping centre with over 125 stores and services. The mall offers your favourite destination stores in an inviting indoor atmosphere, as well as entertainment and dining options. Visit the Quinte Mall for food, fashion and fun. Looking for a shopping experience off the beaten path? There are dozens of possibilities to be found: studios, barns, roadside stands, garden centres and more. Your out of town drive must include food which is why we recommend a visit with the Country Butcher. Doug and his team offer a destination shop with an array of
in-store specialty meat products, quality cuts of beef, pork, lamb, chicken and sausages, as well as baked goods. Now that you have your meat, it’s time to drive cross country for your cheese - Maple Dale Cheese. Whether you’re a visitor to the area, out for an afternoon drive, or need to satisfy a sudden craving, Maple Dale offers a wide variety of award winning cheeses and gourmet food products. Did I mention you can sample their cheese while you shop!
YOUR STYLE lives here Visit our 125 stores and services including: HomeSense, Roots, SoftMoc, Eddie Bauer, Salon You, Old Navy, Chapters, Winners, LCBO, Starbucks, SportChek, Le Château and more! For a complete list of retailers visit: QUINTEMALL.COM
No matter what area of the city you visit, you’ll find stores brimming with interesting finds and welcoming shop owners.
390 NORTH FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE / QUINTEMALL.COM /
SHOP: Mon - Fri: 9:30am - 9pm • Sat: 9:30am - 6pm • Sun: 11am - 5pm
Interested in an original piece to enhance your home design? Visit Dianne at Upfront Gallery & Home – her 160 year old beautifully renovated building is home to popular furniture, area rugs, artwork, lighting and accessories. Needing (or wanting) a new pair of shoes? Sole Solutions+ offers a new kind of footwear experience. Al sources shoes from across Europe and North America that are healthy, supportive and suitable for your lifestyle. And the best part about this experience – you can sip on a fresh coffee or tea from The 116 Bistro while being fitted – located right in the building!
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23 EXPLORE OUTDOORS Known for its hundreds of acres of parks and kilometres of scenic trails, Belleville is the ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts. Over 45 kilometres of wellgroomed beautiful trails are maintained year round for activities such as walking, running, cycling and rollerblading.
STAY & EXPLORE —
STROLL & SHOP
— Downtown Belleville One-of-a-kind offerings can be found in Downtown Belleville. Our revitalized downtown features new urban design and landscape elements that provide the perfect backdrop for your shopping experience. Whether you’re perusing the boutiques for a special find, visiting a local gallery or here for an appointment at one of Belleville’s chic salons - there is something for everyone downtown.
Looking to embrace the latest and greatest in eyewear fashion? Allain from Essenzia Eyewear helps make things on the horizon a whole lot clearer with fashionable trendy eyewear – and the energy he brings to your appointment is exhilarating! Get to know our beautiful, historic city centre in 2019 and witness the wonderful transformation that is Downtown Belleville! BELLEVILLE.CA
URBAN WATERFRONT TRAILS The Kiwanis Bayshore Trail is 2.75 km in length and borders the north shore of the Bay of Quinte. Lighted and paved, it is part of the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail. Included along the trail is Meyers Pier which is a first rate marina. Public washrooms, seasonal canteen, children’s playground, two boat launches and the CN Train Monument commemorating Belleville’s railroader history are just some of the sights you’ll encounter alongside the beautiful multi-purpose trail. The Parrott Riverfront Trail is a 1.6 km paved and lit trail that leads you along the banks of the Moira River. You’ll spot ducks, turtles and even blue herons along the path. The trail skirts the edge of Belleville’s downtown giving you access to shops, restaurants and services. The Riverside Park Trail is a partly paved 5.25 km trail that runs alongside
the Moira River and passes through Riverside Park and under the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge. There are several rest spots along the way and you will also find a seasonal canteen, the Kiwanis Skateboard Park, the Lady Nicole Pirate Ship Park, a children’s splash pad, sports fields, the Canada flag toboggan hill and public restrooms. The Zwick’s Trail is a 3.25 km double looped, paved and well-lit trail. Winding its way along the beautiful Bay of Quinte you will view picturesque parkland and natural landscapes. Zwick’s Park plays host to a number of events and activities throughout the year. This popular trail will take you to picnic areas, playgrounds, groomed sports fields and peaceful rest stops. For those who enjoy a social experience with their dog, visit the Quinte Dog Park at East Zwick’s Park – a three acre fenced park for your four legged friends!
Belleville is the gateway to the trails! Our section of the Trans Canada Trail enters near Corbyville and follows north to Stirling. The trail is 23.5 km in length and provides opportunity for hiking, horseback riding, ATVing or snowmobiling. Eastern Ontario Trails maintains trail networks spreading from the Bay of Quinte all the way north to Algonquin Park. There are endless ways for you and your family to experience nature, while discovering history, our natural environment and rural communities. Begin your journey in the great City of Belleville and explore the route up to Corbyville.
Check it out! BELLEVILLE’S PEACE POLE Belleville’s Peace Pole was erected in October as part of the municipality’s work with the United Nations
QUINTE CONSERVATION This area offers an abundance of recreational opportunities. Natural trails wind through a former farm, past fragrant orchards, open meadows and scenic woodlands. The park area, at the mouth of Potter’s Creek overlooking the Bay of Quinte, provides a great starting point for canoeists, kayakers and windsurfers. Quinte Conservation also features an off-leash trail (affectionately called the “Pooch Path”).
Association Quinte Branch. It now stands prominently along the waterfront trail at West Zwick’s Island Park, not far from the shadows cast by the Norris Whitney Bridge. It will serve as a reminder to Belleville citizens and visitors that the city is a welcome place for people of all cultures, races and religions.
H.R. FRINK CENTRE Local school boards operate an outdoor education centre located at this 341 acre Conservation Area. Featuring 13 km’s of trails through a variety of habitats including deciduous forest trails along the Moira River and Parks Creek to a beautiful boardwalk through Silver Maple Swamp. Discover the beauty of horsetails, orchids and all the inhabitants of the wetlands.
HIT THE GREEN
— Cycle Belleville Belleville is full of unique natural features that can be enjoyed along our beautiful waterfront trail – and you can see it all by bike! Journey on one of the City’s new urban or rural cycle routes, and along the way plan to stop by our bicycle friendly businesses to ensure you have everything you need to make your ride a success. Doug’s Bicycle has been serving cyclists in Belleville for over 35 years, and has truly embraced the role of a local, community bike store. Headed downtown? Stephen Licence Bicycles and Hobbies has been a staple in the downtown for nearly a century. If you’re looking for a break and a bite, stop by The Brake Room. This innovative café-bike shop is a hub for community, coffee and cycle culture where you’ll find latte art to fuel you through your next bike ride! Not ready to quit cycling for the season? Winter cycling enthusiasts are encouraged to check out Fat Bikes at Ideal Bike, great for riding on soft unstable terrain including snow! Also Downtown Belleville has Sandy and her crew at Tri & Run Sports who are all about getting you up to speed – to run, swim, bike or walk your way to better health.
Belleville has committed to developing a full cycling network and continues to invest millions in cycling infrastructure and improvements. You can now find bike stations – there are three located across the City – equipped with common bike repair tools and a bicycle pump. These stations are located at Jane Forrester Park by the Bayshore Trail, Riverside Park near the canteen and splash pad and the Riverside Trail pedestrian bridge on Station Street by the Lions Park. In recent years the City opened our first on-street bicycle lanes, constructed a new path along a major arterial road, paved and lit existing paths, began construction on the first phase of an active transportation path connecting Loyalist College to Downtown Belleville and completed design work for a new footbridge that will accommodate cyclists into our newly revitalized Downtown. As a result of these efforts, the City of Belleville was awarded with a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community Award in 2017.
JOAN on the WATERFRONT TRAIL — I love our waterfront trail. It’s a beautiful pathway that winds along the Bay and Moira River. If I’m in the mood for some real exercise, I ride my bike. If I’m in a ‘let’s enjoy nature’ mood, I walk the trail. One of my favourite spots is the turtle pond. When I’m off the trail, I stop for a bite at Bourbon Street Pizza in the Market Square. It’s the best pizza in town!
Did you know that the Bay of Quinte has been a golf destination for quite some time? In fact, the first nine holes of the Bay of Quinte Golf and Country Club opened almost one hundred years ago. There is much to behold in the realm of golf here in the Bay of Quinte. With 16 unique golf courses across the region - like Black Bear Ridge which was rated in the top 30 public courses in Canada by ScoreGolf and Trillium Wood ranked in the top 3 by Golf Advisor the caliber of courses to be played here are worth your discovery. Booking your stay and play golf package is easy - with an abundance of four and five star accommodations to choose from, plan your picture perfect golf getaway at bayofquinte.ca/golf. Black Bear Ridge is a traditional parkland layout designed with sweeping vistas, natural water features and superior conditioning. With five sets of tees from 5145 to 7238 yards, golfers of any skills level will find a distance that provides them with a pleasant experience. Trillium Wood Golf Course is characterized by mature trees, large greens, elevated tees, rolling bent grass fairways, picturesque ponds and strategically placed bunkers. The magnificent scenic 18 hole course gives one the sense they have been part of the landscape for many years.
WATERFRONT & MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL
Likea Local SARA on the WATERFRONT TRAIL — We love taking the time to stroll along the waterfront. Pack a picnic for a snack, take our fishing pole and toss a line in, and admire the ducks, geese and swans. Our eight year old loves to ride her bike along the trail, while keeping her eyes open for the various birds, reptiles and other critters that reside there.
The food is why you come – the fun is why you stay! Featuring 11 countries with great food from around the world, a unique vendor marketplace, midway, children’s village, main stage music, canine watersports and dog shows, dance performances and multicultural entertainment! Don’t miss the 41st annual Waterfront & Multicultural Festival July 2019.
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Ask any Belleville local to describe life on the water – they’ll say “it can’t be beat!” The broad, sheltered waters of the Bay of Quinte make Belleville one of the top destinations for sailing, boating, kayaking and windsurfing. Belleville operates two high quality boat launches on the City’s waterfront allowing full access to the Bay. One is located at the bottom of Herchimer Avenue and the other at South George Street. Life on the water is about bringing people together and making amazing memories with family and friends. Plan a water adventure with Twiggy from Cruising Canoes. Adventure and tour packages range from backyard canoe trips, local Pint and Paddles, river runs and pontoon boat tours. BELLEVILLE.CA
FISHING IN QUINTE
The Bay of Quinte and Moira River offer world renowned fishing for all. The Bay is internationally known as the Walleye capital of the world, and anglers from all across North America come to take part in our annual Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby. The Bay is also home to one of Berkley B1’s tour stops for the 3rd year in a row and 8th Annual Quinte Bass Champs Tournament. The Moira River runs through the heart of Downtown Belleville, where you will find the shores lined with local fishing enthusiasts starting in early May during the walleye season. The Bay and Moira are home to a wide variety of fish including; large and small mouth bass, pike, musky, perch, catfish and other pan fish. So whether you are on a boat or on the shore, fishing the Bay of Quinte is a must.
A marina should be more than just a place to tie-up your boat, but rather a place far away from the stress of everyday life.
Meyers Pier offers first class amenities for travelling boaters: • Gas and diesel pump outs; • 160 boat slips with power and water; • Washrooms, showers and laundry on-site; • Evening security; • Wireless internet. Downtown Belleville can be accessed by the trail - shopping, groceries, supplies and dining options are within walking distance from the harbour.
Victoria Park provides the ideal location for dragon boat racing and is home to the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club, the second oldest yacht club in Ontario and fourth oldest in Canada. Offers 124 fully serviced seasonal slips with power and water at most slips, a great spot for off-shore fishing and is adjacent to the Boathouse Seafood Restaurant waterfront patio! Discover a boater’s paradise at Crate Marine, with 200 full service premium slips featuring brand new docks, power, new showers and high speed internet. Stillwater Basin offers 50 fully-serviced slips. Washroom and laundry facilities, wireless internet, rental properties and winter storage are available at this site.
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Year round charters are the perfect adventure, and our expert guides will take you to the best locations to catch that “local legend”. These charters include boats, expert guides and tackle, as well as ice fishing options.
WATERFRONT POP-UPS Entrepreneurs are bringing Belleville’s shoreline to life with the activation of pop-up shops along the waterfront. Visit Victoria Park and Freestone Point for bike and watersport rentals, tour packages, classes, retail, food and more! Allowing entrepreneurs to activate our waterfront has created more activities for youth and visitors to our community – a great first step before significant long-term investment is made on Belleville’s multi-million dollar asset. Look for Phase 1 this summer and an expanded second phase in 2020. BELLEVILLE.CA
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During the roaring twenties, America was undergoing what is most commonly referred to as prohibition. During a time when alcohol was banned from every house and business in America, Canada came to the rescue by illegally smuggling the sought-after spirits into the country through the Great Lakes. As the Bay of Quinte region sits on the shores of Lake Ontario directly across from Rochester NY, many Canadian men risked their lives during this time for the dangerous life of bootlegging. One such gentleman was Ben Kerr. A cheeky and rebellious boy, Kerr was born in 1884, and grew up to be
ON THE BAY OF QUINTE
The Bay of Quinte has a rich history steeped in not only tradition, but occasionally in scandal. For those of you who don’t know, the Bay of Quinte area enjoyed a storied history of rum running.
a talented young man who dabbled
the Pollywog. Kerr made many trips
in such industries as plumbing and
to America, delivering only the finest
music before making a real name for
spirits found in the Bay of Quinte region,
himself in the rum running business. His
getting his goods from Corby Distilleries
introduction to the world of rum running
in Corbyville (established in 1859 and
came when he met Rocco Perri (the king
located at the north end of Belleville,
of bootlegging) during the First World
now home of Signal Brewing Co.).
War. Sharing the secrets of the industry, Perri turned Kerr into the most notorious
Although his lifestyle was lucrative and
post-war rum runner on the shores of
exciting, it did not end well. Kerr went
missing in February of 1929; six weeks
Photos from the Bill Hunt Collection
later his body washed up on a patch
By the mid-1920s, Kerr had made a
of beach just down the shore of Lake
name for himself not only in the rum
Ontario near Colborne. What exactly
running business, but also in the local
killed Ben Kerr? No one has ever found
music scene. Moving to the Presqu’ile
out. It could have been a showdown
Peninsula in 1928, Kerr played the piano
with the law, it could have been a freak
and provided plumbing services by day
winter boating accident, it could have
while gaining contacts and customers
been Rocco Perri, the previous king of
for the rum running business by night.
bootlegging coming to take revenge for
Once established, it became common
moving in on his territory.
knowledge that Kerr could make up to three runs across Lake Ontario, from
In the end, Kerr went down in history as
the Belleville Harbour to Rochester,
the most infamous rum runner this side
a night in his jet black speed boat,
of Lake Ontario. BELLEVILLE.CA
AN INVITING BLEND — Work-Life Balance
Check out our affordable and impressive real estate offerings – whether you’ve always imagined yourself in a historic hillside home, on a picturesque farm, living on the water or simply building a home unique to your specifications - in Belleville you’ll find all the options available and surprisingly affordable – the average house is still well below $300,000. Overall there continues to be strong growth and employment opportunities in the City. A recent labour study conducted for the Bay of Quinte region indicated that local employers continue
to require new workers to fill available positions including entry level positions to skilled trades and other positions. Despite our growing community, Belleville is set apart by its inviting blend of rural and urban opportunities, offering the most efficient environment for your business with low land costs and labour rates. Belleville boasts a thriving commercial district and is well positioned to accommodate new growth and development.
Barn Owl Malt Photo: Barn Owl Malt
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A DRIVER FOR GROWTH — Rural Innovation
The Bay of Quinte region is focused on facilitating and encouraging business innovation by entrepreneurs. Belleville is embracing rural innovation as a driver for the growth of industries and emerging sectors. Fostering innovation in the City and across the region supports our skilled workforce development, youth retention and population growth, and is creating an attraction for entrepreneurs and leading-edge investments. Accelerating rural innovation is bringing new people and jobs to our City. “We see so much potential and hear fantastic ideas and concepts being discussed about how we might make our region even more spectacular than it is. With the right people and supports in place we are finding new ways to collaborate, problem solve, innovate and move things forward.” – Quintevation
— A relatively new malting house on the outskirts of Belleville and operated by husband and wife team, Devin and Leslie, Barn Owl Malt focuses on creating a variety of small-batch malts that make use of local Ontario barley and the historic method of floor malting to bring forth a malt that separates itself from the commonly used brands.
Pasta Tavola — Sisters Paula and Victoria, who have fond memories of cooking with their Italian mother and nonna, make a range of raviolis with no fillers, additives or preservatives – providing a pure taste experience! A customer favourite is the Roasted Butternut Squash & Smoked Gouda, made with local Prince Edward County squash and local Ivanhoe Cheese smoked gouda. Cook from frozen in three minutes and you have a gourmet dinner in minutes – Buon appetito!
Signal Brewing Co. — After many years spent focusing his business endeavours in Belleville’s beautiful downtown core, Richard was looking for a different, more thirstquenching endeavor to sink his teeth into. Proudly found in the historic Corbyville distillery district, Signal Brewing Company is keeping the heritage of its buildings alive with great beer, tasty food and world class entertainment. BELLEVILLE.CA
LIVING HERE —
EDUCATION & HEALTHCARE When it comes to healthcare, Quinte Health Care provides a wide range of high quality services through four hospitals in the region. Belleville General Hospital is the largest of the four hospitals and operates as the main health care centre for the region. Located on more than 200 acres in the beautiful Bay of Quinte region, Loyalist College will take you through
a fully experiential learning environment with community engagement and hands-on opportunities to drive you to your personal career destination. Loyalist offers more than 65 full-time programs, as well as opportunities for continuing education. Belleville is also home to Albert College, Canada's oldest, independent, co-educational, day and boarding school. With over 150 years of experience and excellence in a wellrounded education, Albert College provides an enriched and engaging curriculum from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 / Post Graduate.
RAINY DAY FUN A rainy day in Belleville doesn’t need to ruin your vacation. Here are some exciting indoor options to enjoy with your family. You can go to Break Out Belleville and try one of their escape rooms or do some axe throwing, or go and Rock’N’Bowl at
Quinte Bowling Centre with glow-in-the-dark pins, disco lights and a live DJ. Or you can enjoy a dance class, open swim or start a pickup basketball game at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre. Need something for the kids? Grab a day pass at the YMCA and check out their new kids ninja zone and play house, or stop by Rhino Sports & Playland for some virtual videogames, jungle gym, trampoline zone and rock climbing
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wall. You then need to finish the day off with a movie or live show at the historic Empire Theatre, home to a wide variety of live music, shows, and popular movies.
Where Everyone Is Welcome Swimming Skating Indoor Walking Track Gymnasium Workout Studio Youth Room (FREE) Belleville’s 50+ Centre Four Arenas and so much more!
Parkdale Veterans Park — This nature-themed splash pad is designed for families in mind, complete with fun spray and colourful features that add an element of excitement to the playground.
West Riverside Park
PARKS & POOLS The City of Belleville maintains over 500 acres of parkland at 55 locations. Looking for fun times to share with the family? Beat the heat during the sizzling summer at one of our three splash pads or outdoor pool. Or just kick-off your shoes and enjoy a picnic at one of our picturesque parks that offer an array of amenities including playground equipment for all ages.
Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre — The Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre is home to three indoor pools - a therapeutic pool, an eight lane, 25 metre long lap pool and a preschool shallow pool.
— Conveniently located just off Highway 401, challenge yourself on rails, ramps and jumps at the Kiwanis Skateboard Park. You’ll also find the popular pirate ship play structure and a splash pad to cool off from the heat. Canteen and picnic areas are also available at this location.
LEONA on LUNCH SPOTS & THE EMPIRE THEATRE —
SIGHTS, SOUNDS & TASTES
— Flavours of Fall & Porchfest Join us and enjoy the sights, sounds, scents and tastes
of the Harvest Season! Activities are spread throughout
— The newly revitalized Kinsmen Park includes a 30 metre outdoor pool, complete with an accessible lift, six lanes and a slide, in addition to a new splash pad and accessible playground enjoyed by many in Belleville’s east end. Pack a lunch and create some lasting memories with your family!
the downtown core, including the Belleville Farmers’ Market & Belleville Armouries. Mark September 28th on your calendar – free events for the whole family include pumpkin and nature crafts,
My go to lunch spots are Toro Sushi or Café e, followed by an afternoon movie at the Empire Theatre in downtown Belleville. The Empire Theatre features movies that don’t necessarily play in chain movie theatres, but are interesting, artsy, award-winning, and/or internationally renowned.
pony rides, corn husk doll making, face painting, balloon art & much more! In conjunction with our fall festival is Porchfest Belleville; a neighbourhood celebration. Come hear local musicians, singers and entertainers throughout Belleville’s Old East Hill – over 30 venues to enjoy! BELLEVILLE.CA
LIVE MUSIC SPOTS
e v i L � c i s u M SPOTLIGHT —
Capers — Located in the heart of downtown Belleville, Capers offers exceptional local cuisine, a large wine selection, the region’s best craft beer and some of Ontario’s best folk, blues, and acoustic bands - live every Saturday night.
Focus Coffee Bar Dugout Grill — Their amazing crew continually goes above and beyond to make your experience great! Known for using fresh local meat, providing a fun venue to enjoy live entertainment and pouring a full glass of wine!
names in music and more have performed on The Empire stage. They also host film festivals and cinema nights. Located adjacent to the theatre is the outdoor venue Empire Square Live which plays host to the Annual Empire Rockfest, bringing together the best of rock music each July.
— The Empire Theatre & Centre for Performing Arts is a 700 seat state-of-the-art theatre in downtown Belleville. Top national and international acts consistently make stops here. Some of the top
— Live music during the lunch hour? Yes please! Focus Coffee Bar has you covered with an espresso bar, variety of gourmet salads and sandwiches, cozy fireplace and friendly smiles.
Piper Arms Pub — The Piper Arms delivers traditional restaurant comfort food, neighbourhood pub favourites and traditional British fare. A favourite hotspot for locals with 21 beers on tap to satisfy your thirst and live music every Saturday night.
Signal Brewing Co. — Belleville’s newest brewery is located in the historic Corbyville distillery district and features a huge outdoor patio overlooking the beautiful Moira River. Along with brewing top of the line beers, they also play host to local, national and international musicians of all genres, along with a variety of other events and entertainment all year long.
The Beaufort Pub — This British style pub provides a warm cozy atmosphere with traditional pub and British fare, large selection of import and local brews and live music on Saturday afternoons and evenings.
floors of dining and meeting rooms. This is where you can expect to see some amazing local and not so local acts. Whether it is a top notch blues act or a local favourite, this is the environment to unwind in.
The Boathouse — Located on the beautiful Victoria Harbour downtown Belleville, The Boathouse Seafood Restaurant offers a waterfront patio with boat docking and features live music every Saturday night.
The Pier — Meyers Pier Patio and BBQ is open seasonally with live music to enjoy during the weekend.
The Belleville Club
The Red Lion Pub
— The Belleville Club makes a historic, 19th Century, brick building on the corner of Bridge and Pinnacle its home. It boasts a winding staircase entry, and two
— Sip a glass of beer or wine on the patio, located in beautiful downtown Belleville overlooking the Moira River. Live entertainment can be enjoyed Friday nights. BELLEVILLE.CA
LIVE MUSIC —
CONCERTS ON THE BAY -
Bring a lawn chair and enjoy evening entertainment on the waterfront this summer at the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick’s Park. Donations are accepted in support of Lions community services.
09 THE REASONS
04 CATHY WHELAN
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
50’S/60’S BAND (Rock & Roll)
12 JUS’ ROCKIN’ (50’s/60’s/70’s Rock)
07 THE COMMODORES ORCHESTRA
17 DEJAVU WOMEN OF ROCK
& Johnny Cash)
21 FREDDY VETTE &
23 KEN KOVAC &
HIS RHINESTONE PLOWBOYS
24 GRANDPA’S GOODTYME GANG
26 SALINE FIDDLERS
& LAND O’LAKE CRUISERS (Country)
MEET LOCAL ARTIST CHRIS BENNETT
ARTISAN COLLECTIVE MARKET
A proud local and full time artist
This vibrant indoor market space
operating from his Downtown Belleville
surrounded by exposed brick is full to
studio, Chris Bennett has made artwork
the brim. Always creating, this group of
a part of our City; a step in the right
artisans have come together to offer an
direction to encourage more public art
indoor space where their talent can be
and feel the energy that artwork provides.
shared all year long.
Chris was commissioned by local bakery
There are always new people sharing
Glazed and Confused in 2018 to paint a
stories and their love for the craft.
18 FRANK HOWARD
mural on their building. Chris also worked
From natural skin care products and
with United Way Quinte during their 60th
handcrafted candles to hummus, you
(Big Band Memories)
Anniversary year to paint a mural which
will love meeting some of the newest
now brightens the west side of their
members of this artisanal crew.
07 THE SHADOWZ (50’s/60’s/70’s Rock)
11 KEN STAPLEY
(Tribute to Elvis
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
(Big Band Memories)
19 MATT CAGE &
14 WICKLOW (Country/Rock/Disco)
21 THE OFFBEATS
Perhaps his most prominent piece is the
28 FLASHBACK (Classic Rock)
30 LYNZI COUCH & THE WHISKEY DEVILS (Celtic Country/Dance)
PHILHARMONIC (Old Time Fiddle Band)
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25 WHITE BROTHERS (Country)
artwork that can be admired downtown. “To me the downtown is the heartbeat of the city,” says Chris. “I want to see
31 THE FIDDLEHEADS (Classic Celtic)
28 THE EMILY CREEK BAND
Belleville grow, I want people to feel proud to come down here.”
ARTS & CULTURE —
THEATRES & PERFORMANCES Belleville has built a thriving cultural community with a flourishing arts scene that is booming. With a number of annual events, a world class symphony, community theatre groups, a premier ballet school, exceptional museums and a number of art galleries, programs and classes provide every art lover days of exploration and learning. The Belleville Theatre Guild is now in their 67th season. This experienced community theatre group performs at the beautiful Pinnacle Playhouse located in the heart of downtown Belleville. Home to a variety of great plays, as well as Night Kitchen Too, a monthly local acoustic variety show. Great entertainment at family friendly pricing. The Village Theatre is Belleville’s newest community theatre group. Now in their 5th season, they offer great dinner & show events at Capers restaurant and the Pinnacle Playhouse. They also offer workshops and improv classes for aspiring local actors. The Quinte Symphony is recognized as one of the most significant performing arts organizations in the Quinte Region.
For almost 60 years the symphony has been providing Quinte with world-class live orchestral music, featuring both local and International talent. Performing out of the acoustically renowned Bridge Street Chruch, their performances are a must see for every music fan. Belleville is home to one of Canada’s top full time professional ballet schools, the Quinte Ballet School of Canada. This premier school is home to talented young dancers training to become world class professionals. Many of its graduates go on to perform with major Canadian and international dance companies, and you have the opportunity to see them during their annual showcase events.
exhibition space for Quintessential art! Every six weeks the main gallery exhibition changes and a larger body of work is featured in the smaller gallery room by a member.
The Front Street Belleville Art Association
Since 1973 the library gallery has been a
Gallery is home to an ever-changing series
cultural hub for the region, providing an
of exhibitions by association members.
exhibition space for local, national and international artists. Many changes have
The Core Arts & Culture Centre
occurred over the years, but the John M.
of Downtown Belleville provides
Parrott Art Gallery continues in its role as
programming such as pottery, music and
the only public art gallery of the Quinte
art. The venue provides a gallery space
for cultural events and features state of the art lighting and sound, creating an
The Quinte Arts Council’s Gallery and
intimate performance space for local and
Gift Shop offer works by local artists.
Browse the shop in Belleville’s gallery district for unique items such as pottery,
Located in Belleville’s Bridge Street East
glass art, jewelry, stained glass, soaps and
Gallery District is Gallery 121, providing
ARTS & CULTURE —
MUSEUMS Glanmore National Historic Site — Designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1969 in recognition of its exceptional 2nd Empire architecture, Glanmore was built in 1882 – 1883 for wealthy banker J.P.C. Philips and his wife Harriet Dougall Philips. The grand interior includes hand-painted ceilings and ornate woodwork. Many rooms have been restored to the 1890s with period room displays containing some original furnishings as well as objects from the Couldrey Collection. Local history is highlighted in Glanmore’s lower level and includes the Early Homestead display and Maid of All Work: Domestic Service at Glanmore exhibit. Winner of 2016 Peter Stokes Restoration Award from the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario. Discover Belleville’s treasure - open year-round!
The Regimental Museum — Features a collection of uniforms, badges, diaries, equipment, weaponry and other memorabilia. Located in the Armory on the corner of Bridge and Pinnacle Street. Open Tuesdays from 1pm to 4pm or by appointment.
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The Belleville Fire Department Exhibit — Discover the fascinating history of the Belleville Fire Department in this interactive exhibit and display at Headquarters Fire Station on Bettes Street. Here you will learn about 180+ years of firefighting in Belleville. Search the map to find out about significant fires. Discover the inner workings of hoses and protective gear. Snap a selfie wearing a bunker coat. This free exhibit may be visited during regular office hours.
TUESDAY TO SUNDAY SEPT. TO MAY: 1 PM-4:30 PM JUNE TO AUGUST: 10 AM—4:30 PM
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s g n i Th l l A y b r o C SPOTLIGHT —
Corbyville is a town built around spirits. Henry Corby moved to Belleville and opened one of the first bakeries achieving great success. After a military service in 1837 and the loss of his wife and two out of three of his children, he sold his bakery and bought a St. Lawrence steam liner. He worked as a grain merchant for four years, traveling from Belleville to Kingston. Corby’s involvement in buying and selling grain led to him purchasing a gristmill in Corbyville. Farmers would grind their grain into meal and reserve a portion to be made into whisky. This
sparked Corby’s interest in the distilling process and he was soon making his own whisky for local consumption. By 1859, the distillery operation was incorporated and quickly began to eclipse the mill operations. When Corby went to pursue a career in politics (Belleville Mayor 1867-68) his son Harry took over the business, moving it into the retail trade and setting up a bottle shop in Belleville. When Corby’s health rapidly declined, he sold the businesses to his son for $10,000. Henry Corby passed away in 1881, but it was Harry’s modernization of the business that helped it attain a prominent position in the distilling industry around the world. In 1918, Corby’s distillery partnered with J.P. Wiser’s.
home to Henry’s Place, in honour of Henry Corby himself. Along with brewing top of the line beers, Signal plays host to musicians of all genres. The brewery is a must stop attraction - enjoy this historic setting on the riverfront patio for beer made with love, thought and passion and food perfect for sharing!
Corby Rose Garden
It wasn't until 1989, after 132 years in business, that the distillery closed its doors and all maturing whisky inventory was transferred to the Hiram Walker facility in Windsor. The plant officially closed in 1991 and 179 workers were out of a job, some of which had multiple family generations working there.
— The Corby Rose Garden was donated to the City of Belleville by the Corby family in 1905. The garden features display beds of 2,000 roses, perennial and annual flowers and a lovely fountain. A stroll through the winding paths, or a rest on one of the benches to enjoy the quiet nature of the park makes the Corby Rose Garden a peaceful place to stop and smell the roses.
Signal Brewing Co.
The Henry Corby House
— The property was left abandoned for almost 25 years, until Signal Brewing Co. began restoring the old buildings, opening a craft beer business, restaurant and event venue. Last fall Signal renovated and added to their facilities, property located immediately south of the brewery, which is now
— Henry Corby Sr. built this house in 1875 and moved here from a large stone house at the northeast corner of Bridge and George Street. He then proceeded to build a house next door for his daughter and her husband. Today, the house is a bed and breakfast offering three guest rooms with private living spaces. BELLEVILLE.CA
e g a t i Her s e t i S
WALK THE TOWN
— Self-Guided Tours Stop by City Hall or download a copy of our Heritage Guide online.
THE CITY HALL WALKING TOUR
The view of Belleville City Hall from across the Moira river is an iconic image of our city. Once named the Town Market Building, it was built in 1872 and features stained glass windows, original bricks and wooden trusses.
DESIGNATED SITES WALKING TOUR
THE COUNTY CARRIAGE COMPANY There is no better way to see the sights of Belleville than from a private horse and carriage tour. The County Carriage Company provides a full spectrum of horse drawn services. Popular themed and guided tours that offer interesting history include a Haunted Tour of Belleville’s Old East Hill, Historic Tours of our beautiful Victorian neighbourhoods and waterfront of Belleville and Christmas Light Tours to enjoy the breathtaking views and delightful holiday scenery.
Learn about Belleville’s history through the designated heritage properties located throughout the City. There are 33 designated sites included on this tour, all with their architectural history preserved.
To mark the 200th anniversary of the City of Belleville and the 150th anniversary of Canada, the Hastings County Historical Society placed five historical plaques in the downtown area of the city. These plaques commemorate various historic buildings, events and locations in the city centre.
PLACES OF WORSHIP WALKING TOUR
This self-guided tour takes a look at the many churches and sites in Belleville that existed from the City’s beginning up to 1940 that served a religious purpose, some of which continue to do so. This tour is designed with City Hall as the starting point, and takes approximately two hours to visit 20 sites.
394 Front Street housed the fire department plus stables for its fire horses, police office and town council. Built in 1867, it closed in 1950 and is currently a restaurant.
The Griffin Opera House was located at 65 Bridge Street East and built in 1884. It was the centre of theatre and opera and was recognized as one of the finest theatres between Montreal and Toronto.
Simpson's Tavern was built in 1797 and replaced in 1799. It was the hub of political, military and social events. The plaque can be found in the northwest parkette at the intersection of Dundas and Front streets. On many occasions, the Moira became blocked at its mouth with giant ice floes, causing serious flooding downtown. A plaque recognizing the great Belleville floods is at 224 Front Street.
From 1877, trains carried freight and passengers along Pinnacle Street from Belleville Harbour to the Grand Trunk Station. It was part of the Grand Junction Railway. The last train operated on the line in 1964. A plaque recognizing the Pinnacle Street Railway is affixed to the outside wall of the Belleville Club. BELLEVILLE.CA
e k i l er t n i W a Local! EXPERIENCE —
Belleville is home to a beautiful winter landscape that screams frosty fun. Winter play doesn’t always need to be an outdoor activity. Festivals aren’t just for the summer anymore. Check out our annual local soup contest and family festival Savour the Chill & Stay Awhile in Downtown Belleville. Enjoy fresh local soups at various locations and a stop at the family fun village for arts & crafts. It’s not all about food though. You can also take in a riveting documentary film at our Annual Downtown DocFest, or if you need
something with a little more heart pounding excitement, grab some ringside seats at a professional hockey game and cheer on the AHL Belleville Senators.
BRAVE THE COLD!
Not afraid of the cold weather or snow? It is the perfect time to get out on snowshoes and explore our amazing trails or take a guided snowshoeing tour with a group. Check out snowshoeing adventures with Cruising Canoes. Is walking a little too slow for you? Try Fat Biking,
the popular new winter sport that lets you fly through the ice and snow. Learn more about Fat Bikes or rent one today at Ideal Bike. The Bay’s world famous fishing can be enjoyed during all four seasons. Ice fishing takes over the bay once the water freezes, and there are a variety of guides and ice hut rentals available. The frozen bay isn’t just for fishing. Victoria Harbour provides the perfect location for some good old fashioned outdoor skating or hockey. We are also home to two brand new outdoor community rinks.
A PREMIER ANNUAL WINTER ATTRACTION — Christmas at the Pier Christmas at the Pier is a Christmas Light Display at Jane Forrester Park and serves as the unofficial kick off to the Holiday Season. Enjoy live music, hot chocolate and free horse drawn carriage rides every Friday night starting November 15 and enjoy the lighting up of the boardwalk with holiday spirit. The following Sunday, November 17th is the Annual Nighttime Santa Claus Parade, as Santa travels through the streets of Belleville and brings 70+ colourful floats, marching bands, elves, music, and family fun for all. These are two perfect events to kick off the holiday season in Belleville.
Food + k n i r D CAFÉ’S & BAKERIES
THE 116 BISTRO 116 Pinnacle Street 613 - 689 - 2224 BOURBON & BEAN HANDSHAKE SOCIETY 281 Front Street 613 - 962 - 9826 THE BRAKE ROOM 34 Dundas Street 613 - 779 - 8444 thebrakeroom.com
FOCUS COFFEE BAR 254 Pinnacle Street (Library) 199 Front Street (Century Place) 15 Bridge Street, W. (Courthouse) 613 - 966 - 3762 GLAZED & CONFUSED BAKERY 144 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 1274 glazedandconfused.ca GOURMET DIEM 249 Front Street 613 - 779 - 9995 gourmet-diem.com LEGION CAFÉ 132 Pinnacle Street 613 - 962 - 2643
CAFÉ E 357 Front Street on Empire Square 613 - 968 - 1412 café-e.ca
RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT & BAKERY 1 Moira Street E. 613 - 967 - 4928
COURTYARD CAFÉ 265 Cannifton Road (QSWC)
ROSEMARY & THYME 417 Bridge Street E. 613 - 962 - 9358
CRUST & CRUMB BAKERY 37 Pinnacle Street, S. 613 - 779 - 1115
SANS SOUCI 240 Front Street 613 - 968 - 2952 sanssoucichef.com
CASUAL/ PUB/DINER 10 ACRE TRUCK STOP 902A WallbridgeLoyalist Road 401 Exit 538 613 - 966 - 7017 BELLE PUB 310 Front Street 613 - 968 - 5650 BOSTON PIZZA 180 Bell Boulevard 613 - 966 - 2444 bostonpizza.com BURGER REVOLUTION 300 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 3388 burgerrevolution.ca CAPTAIN GEORGE’S FISH & CHIPS 150 Sidney Street 613 - 967 - 8088 CHUCK’S ROADHOUSE 305 North Front Street 613 - 779 - 0987 chucksroadhouse.com DENNY’S FAMILY RESTAURANT 398 North Front Street 613 - 962 - 6634 dennys.ca BELLEVILLE.CA
EAST SIDE MARIO’S 390 North Front Street 613 - 962 - 8440 eastsidemarios.com EGGSQUIS 117 Bell Boulevard 613 - 779 - 8444 eggsquis.com HEATHER’S PLACE 6835 Highway 62 N. Sommerville Centre 613 - 771 - 1937 IRENE’S DINER 470 Dundas Street E., Bayview Mall 613 - 967 - 1074 LA FAVORITA 248 Front Street 613 - 779 - 8993 LITTLE T’S NIGHTCLUB & TEXAS PUB 290 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 2427 LONE STAR TEXAS GRILL 130 Bell Boulevard 613 - 962 - 8677 lonestartexasgrill.com MAMA’S KITCHEN 191 Dundas Street E. 613 - 779 - 7200 MONTANA’S COOKHOUSE 170 Bell Boulevard 613 - 967 - 9970 montanas.ca
NORTHWAY RESTAURANT 205 North Front Street 613 - 962 - 7119 northwayrestaurant.com OLYMPIC ’76 RESTAURANT 444 Dundas Street W. 613 - 966 - 1686 PAULO’S ITALIAN TRATTORIA 38 Bridge Street E. 613 - 966 - 6542 dinkels.ca/paulos PASTA TAVOLA 109 North Front Street 613 - 779 - 9739 pastatavola.ca PIPER ARMS PUB 170 North Front Street 613 - 779 - 9866 piperarmspub.com QUINTE RESTAURANT 135 Cannifton Road 613 - 962 - 1313 quinterestaurant.com RED ROCK CANYON 365 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 8210 redrockcanyon.ca SENSUOUS UP CAFÉ 33 South Pinnacle Street 613 - 966 - 8800
SHOELESS JOES 13 Bell Boulevard 613 - 779 - 1134 shoelessjoes.ca
WIMPY’S 170 North Front Street 613 - 969 - 8156 wimpysdiner.ca
DRAGON ROLLS 265 North Front Street 613 - 969 - 0988 dragonrollsbelleville.com
ROYAL HAVELI 366 North Front Street 613 - 962 - 1409 royalhaveli.ca
SLAPSHOTS BAR & GRILL 151 Cannifton Road 613 - 967 - 3813 famousforwings.com
WINDWARD RESTAURANT & LOUNGE SHORELINES CASINO 380 Bell Boulevard 613 - 689 - 9100 shorelinescasino.com/ belleville
GREEK OASIS 690 Sidney Street 613 - 962 - 3332 greekoasis.ca
SWAD OF INDIA 325 North Front Street 613 - 779 - 8203 swadofindia.business.site
INDIA CURRY HOUSE 180 North Front Street 613 - 968 - 5731
TA-KE KITCHEN 150 Sidney Street 613 - 779 - 0888 takekitchen.ca
KU MO SUSHI 71 Millennium Parkway 613 - 969 - 9090
THAI GARDEN 151 Pinnacle Street 613 - 962 - 1188
LEE’S GARDEN RESTAURANT 444 Dundas Street E. 613 - 966 - 6600
THAI HOUSE CUISINE 230 Front Street 613 - 966 - 7888 belleville-thaihousecuisine .com
SWISS CHALET 15 Bell Boulevard 613 - 962 - 7010 swisschalet.com THE BEAUFORT PUB 173 Dundas Street E. 613 - 966 - 7060 thebeaufortpub.ca THE BOATHOUSE RESTAURANT 32 South Front Street 613 - 969 - 2211 boathouselure.ca THE DUGOUT 514 Dundas Street E. 613 - 968 - 5169 dugoutgrill.ca
ETHNIC/ INTERNATIONAL AJI SAI JAPANESE RESTAURANT 32 Dundas Street W. 613 - 966 - 3939 ajisai.ca BUFFET GARDENS RESTAURANT 365 North Front Street 613 - 967 - 7888 buffetgarden.com
THE FISH & CHIPS 41 Dundas Street E. 613 - 967 - 1414
CARIBBEAN JERK SPOT 690 Sidney Street 343 - 600 - 4028
THE RED LION 211 Coleman Street 613 - 966 - 2458
CHEF BOX 94 College Street W. 613 - 771 - 1010
WILD WING 366 North Front Street 613 - 967 - 4848 wildwingrestaurants.com
CHILANGOS 394 Front Street 613-771-9292 chilangos.ca
MODERN CAFÉ 190 Front Street 613 - 962 - 4182 NORTH CHINA BUFFET 300 Bell Boulevard 613 - 771 - 9988 northchina-buffet.com ORIENTAL WOK & HIMALAYAN CUISINE 59 Dundas Street E. 613 - 962 - 9232 theorientalwok.com PHO VIET 30 Dundas Street E. 613 - 968 - 2605
TORO SUSHI RESTAURANT 338 Pinnacle Street 613 - 967 - 6478
FAST OR ON THE GO A&W 366 North Front Street 613 - 969 - 9276 390 North Front Street (Quinte Mall) 613 - 966 - 4817 aw.ca
ARBY’S 281 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 1844 arbys.com BURGER KING 298 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 9797 burgerking.ca CEDAR NIGHTS 21 College Street W. 613 - 771 - 1311 DAIRY QUEEN 74 Dundas Street E. 613 - 968 - 8959 dairyqueen.com EXTREME PITA 365 North Front Street Unit 4B 613 - 969 - 9036 HARVEY’S 233 North Front Street 613 - 967 - 1165 harveys.ca KFC 464 Dundas Street 613 - 962 - 2907 336 North Front Street 613 - 967 - 6394 kfc.ca MARY BROWN’S FAMOUS CHICKEN & TATERS 150 Sidney Street 613 - 967 - 0202 marybrowns.com
MCDONALD’S 274 Millenium Pkwy (Wal-Mart) 613 - 962 - 2705 185 North Front Street 613 - 962 - 7400 470 Dundas Street E. (Bayview Mall) 613-968-5400 mcdonalds.ca MENCHIES FROZEN YOGURT 150 Sidney Street 613 - 779 - 0900 menchies.com MUCHO BURRITO 297 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 8246 muchoburrito.com MR. SUB 390 North Front Street (Quinte Mall) 243 North Front Street E. 613 - 968 - 2060 mrsub.ca
QUIZNO’S SUBS 222 Bell Boulevard (Reid’s Dairy) 613-967-7703 quiznos.ca REID’S DAIRY 222 Bell Boulevard 613 - 967 - 1970 reidsdairy.com SHAWARMA PIT 180 North Front Street 613-210-0755 SMOKE’S POUTINERIE 305 North Front Street 613 - 962 - 2873 smokespoutinerie.com STARBUCKS 390 North Front Street (Quinte Mall) 613 - 962 - 0479 295 North Front Street 613 - 697 - 0874 starbucks.ca
PANERA BREAD 179 Bell Boulevard 613 - 967 - 7758 panerabread.com
SUBWAY 110 North Front Street 366 North Front Street 450 Dundas Street E. 49 Dundas Street W. 219 Millenium Parkway 51 Adams Street 25 Bellevue Drive subway.com
PITA PIT 305 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 6617 pitapit.com
TACO BELL 336 North Front Street 613 - 967 - 6394 tacobell.ca
NOVA DELI-MARITIME DONAIRS 200 North Front Street 613 - 968 - 3357
TIM HORTONS 161 Bridge Street 165 College Street 169 North Front Street 390 North Front Street (Quinte Mall) 470 Dundas Street E. (Bayview Mall) 48 Dundas Street W. 902 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road, Highway 62 timhortons.com WENDY’S 350 North Front Street 613 - 967 - 9636 wendys.com
FINE DINING BIRDY’S FINE CASUAL DINING 449 Dundas Street W. 613 - 779 - 0856 birdysdining.ca CAPERS 272 Front Street 613 - 968 - 7979 capers.ca
L’AUBERGE DE FRANCE 304 Front Street 613 - 966 - 2433 belleville.aubergedefrance.ca
JIM’S GREEK-ITALIAN EATERY PIZZERIA 326 Front Street 613 - 967 - 1444
LINGUINE’S 257 North Front Street 613 - 962 - 5444 linguines.ca
LITTLE CAESARS 110 North Front Street 613-966-0963 littlecaesars.ca
SIGNAL BREWERY 86 River Road, Corbyville 613 - 779 - 8633 signal.beer
PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA 142 North Front Street 613 - 771 - 1155 papjohns.com
THE LARK 199 Front St., Suite 104 thelark.ca
PIZZA HUT 268 North Front Street 613 - 968 - 4582 pizzahut.ca
PIZZA BOURBON STREET PIZZA COMPANY 5A Market Street 613 - 779 - 0803 bourbonstreetpizzaco.ca CUNNINGHAMS’S BELLEVILLE 652 Dundas Street E. 613 - 962 - 1212
DINKEL’S RESTAURANT & COURTYARD 44 Bridge Street E. 613 - 966 - 2556 dinkels.ca
DOMINO’S PIZZA 262 North Front Street 613 - 962 - 4949 dominos.ca
EARL & ANGELO’S STEAK & SEAFOOD 182 Front Street 613 - 962 - 1182 earlandangelos.ca
GOODY’S PIZZERIA 470 Dundas St. E. (Bayview Mall) 613-969-4444 goodyspizzeriabayside.ca
PIZZA NOVA 94 College Street W, 1- 844 - 310 - 3300 pizzanova.com PIZZA PIZZA 170 North Front Street 613 - 967 - 1111 pizzapizza.ca TINA’S PIZZERIA 113 Cannifton Road 613 - 966 - 0241 tinaspizza.ca TOPPER’S PIZZA 365 North Front Street 613 - 813 - 7171 / toppers.ca WESTSIDE PIZZA FACTORY 150 Sidney Street 613 - 968 - 3336 BELLEVILLE.CA
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H.R. Frink Conservation Outdoor Education Centre
Black Bear Ridge Golf Course
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Trillium Woods Golf Club
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HERITAGE CHARM INN 118 Bridge Street East 613 - 962 - 8472 bbcanada.com/9310
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COUNTRY INN & SUITES BY RADISSON 245 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 6622 countryinns.com
TRAVELERS INN 325 North Front Street 613 - 968 - 5353 travelersinn.ca
COMFORT INN 200 North Front Street 613 - 966 - 7703 comfortinnbelleville.com
BEST WESTERN 387 North Front St. 613 - 969 - 1112 bestwestern.com
TOWNEPLACE SUITES BY MARRIOTT 400 Bell Boulevard 613 - 779 - 1212 towneplacesuites.marriott .com
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Isn’t it time you discovered the Bay of Quinte? Our region is made up of communities
wanders past scenic villages. With 180 lakes
bound together by a common history,
and countless streams it is also the perfect
landscape and shared economy. No matter
place for fishing.
what time of year, there’s something for everyone across each of our towns.
In recent years The County has become a top culinary and winery destination.
Minutes north of the 401 in Quinte West is
Tantalize your taste buds with over 40
Batawa Ski Hill. Batawa offers everything
wineries to experience. Drive the
from alpine skiing and snowboarding to
spectacular countryside and meet the
summer day camps, mountain biking and
talented artists who make The County a
beautiful place to relax, explore and unwind.
Continue your outdoor adventure under the earth’s surface with a trip to Tyendinaga Cavern & Caves. Home to Ontario’s oldest natural cavern, you can take a tour and learn the history of this phenomenon. Hastings County stretches from the shores of the Bay of Quinte up north to Algonquin Park. Tourists can enjoy an extraordinary multi-use trail system that