The Brighton Speedway will mark the track's 50 years of racing tradition on Saturday, July 15th with an Anniversary Celebration. The evening will feature live music, a classic race car display and memorabilia in the courtyard and, of course, exciting racing on the track.
The Trenton Scottish Irish Festival is the premiere event for those who love a traditional Scottish and Irish celebration and will include the 2017 Canadian Scottish Athletic Federation Women’s Heavy Event Championship this year.
The third family of Belleville hockey, is not from Belleville but that doesn't mean the Subban family doesnt appreciate the support and kindness afforded them by the city, the former Bulls organization and their billet family.
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Hockey is indeed back in the Bay of Quinte area, as the AHL team of the Ottawa Senators will play next season in Belleville. The team will start on the road until the upgrades to Yardmen Arena are completed. The club is aiming at November 1 for its home opener.
Lloyd was heavily involved in the umpiring scene for almost 30 years in the Bay of Quinte Area.
Enjoy some of the great events being offered and enjoy what makes Quinte West a great place to live, work and play!
Astounding Heights Dance Academy's “Dreams for Dancers Program” to help 15 underprivileged children.
On any given day there are over 100 sporting events happening in our area.
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Plenty of options to choose from, including this year’s brand new full travel team.
Studio is proud to offer a wide range of dance styles for students, including ballet, jazz, lyrical, tap, contemporary, pointe, acro and hip hop in both our recreational & competitive dance programs in Belleville, Ontario!
The Belleville Youth Swim Team has approximately 120 swimmers in total but managed to have a dozen qualify for the Eastern Canadian Open. The BYST impressively placed 34th overall out of 125 teams at the meet.
Trenton takes CAF National Championship back to 8Wing for just the second time in history. Trenton also won the title in 1999.
Children from the ages of 6 to 15 have a chance to learn to play golf at Trillium Wood’s exceptional practice facility.
Pay to the initial warning signs of pain, seek out some medical attention and take care of the issue.
Donated by Mrs Phyllis Gravelle of Trenton, widow of Orval Gravelle, the collection consists of ice hockey insignia and equipment as well as lapel pins and participant plaques and souvenirs from the games. Visit the exhibit at the RCAF Museum at CFB Trenton.
Team comprised of a rag-tag mix of current and ex-Air Force members, along with some Army colleagues, who just happened to play hockey in their spare time surprised everyone by capturing the gold medal at the Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Trinity Family Dental outlines the different types of mouthguards for sports participants and why it is crucial for athletes to use one.
Train without of the cold, wet, dust and heat in a baseball friendly indoor environment that maximizes training time.
The Trenton Golden Hawks have claimed the Dudley-Hewitt Cup championship trophy for the second time in two years, this time on home ice in front of a sold out crowd. The Hawks are off to the 2017 RBC Cup in Cobourg to play for the Canadian Junior A title.
With almost 140 teams chasing one goal, the RBC Cup is more difficult to win than the Stanley Cup, writes Jack Miller
Teams from the Bay of Quinte Region have had their share of success at the Dudley-Hewitt Cup writes Tim Durkin