Date: February
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Place: Batawa Community Centre
Telephone: 613-398-6111
Description: Come out and enjoy a day of family fun. Free entertainment all day! Lunch and skating on the outdoor ice surface, warm up or roast a marshmallow by the community bonfire, arts & crafts, face painting, balloon twisting, play with a furry new friend at the Petting Zoo, and many more fun and exciting things to do. Enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride sponsored by the Batawa Development Corporation.

  Date: May
Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Place: Frankford Tourist Park, Frankford
Telephone: 613-392-2841 ext 4487
Description: Join us for a weekend of family fun at the Frankford Riverfest. Saturday features a midway fair, cardboard boat races, face painting, petting zoo, live entertainment, vendors and spectacular fireworks display starts at 9:30pm! On Sunday, don't miss the antique car show and midway.

Saturday begins with a pancake breakfast from 8am to 11am at Frankford Tabernacle, 33 South Trent St.

  Date: May
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Place: Centennial Park, Trenton
Telephone: (613) 392-2841 ext 4487
Description: This annual canine festival is held the last Saturday in May and showcases many unique vendors, breeds & breeders, canine accessories, training aids & techniques, pet hospitals, pet food stores and groomers. Bring the whole pack.

  Date: June (Thursday - Saturday)
Time: Thursday open 4pm, Friday 2pm, Saturday noon, Sunday noon - 5pm
Place: Centennial Park, Trenton
Telephone: (613) 847-6902
Description: Family Passes are Sold on-line in Advance Only! Family Day Passes are valid for all-day ride bracelets for any one day of the event for Mom Dad and 2, 3, or 4 kids. Family members must be present at redemption to have their bracelets put on by CA staff.

On-Line Sales End the Day Before the Event Starts

Admission to the Grounds if Free!

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Date: July 1st.
Time: All Day & Evening
Place: Centennial Park, Trenton
Telephone: 613-392-2841
Description: There is a lot to do all day especially for the kids. They always have a car show for everyone to enjoy on Canada Day. There are also many food trucks for you to enjoy while waiting for the fireworks.

This is a nice, hilly, clean park to take the kids. There is a splash pad so you can keep the little ones cool in the summer. Also, this is where the Canada Day fireworks were held, when we lived there two years ago. For a small town like Trenton, the fireworks display will blow you away! Not to be missed!

Come and celebrate Canada's birthday in Centennial Park. All day entertainment, vendor village, displays & demonstrations, free cake, outdoor bingo, activities for children and families, and a spectacular fireworks display. Be sure to join in the 'Canada Day Eh!' community parade taking place from arena to the headquarters stage, beginning at 11am. Prizes in Youth, Adult & Group categories for best expressed Canadian Spirit.

  Date: July (Saturday & Sunday)
Time: Saturday 7:30pm - 10:30 pm, Sunday1:00pm - 4:00 pm
Place: Amphitheatre, Centennial Park, Trenton
Telephone: 613-392-2841
Description: The Trenton Big Band Festival returns for another fabulous year! The festival boasts some of the best names in big band music! In addition to the music, swing dancers will be performing and festival goers will have the opportunity to dance the afternoon away.

Join us on Saturday, July 22 at Trenton's RiverFront Square with the exciting sounds of the Rythym & Truth Brass Band, 7:30pm - 10:30 pm - free admission!

Tickets needed for the event at the Amphitheatre, Centennial Park, Trenton, Sunday. July 23, 2017. 1:00pm - 4:00 pm (gates open at 12:00 noon)

  Date: July
Place: Downtown Trenton
Description: Join downtown Trenton's annual three-day festival with sidewalk sales, art in the park, live entertainment, boat cruises, and the Trenton Dragon Boat Festival.

  Date: June to August (Every Friday Evening)
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Place: Fraser Park Gazebo, Trenton
Telephone: 613-394-4318
Description: every Friday will showcase a different local artist. Free performances for the community. Music in the park, bring your blanket or lawn chair and come out to enjoy various local artists.

  Date: June to September (Every Saturday Evening)
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Place: RiverFront Square, Trenton North of the Veterns' Skyway Gateway to the Trent Bridge
Description: Free musical performances for the community. Music in the park, bring your lawn chair and come out to enjoy various local artists.
  Date: July to September (Thursday & Sunday Evening)
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Place: Amphitheatre, Centennial Park, Trenton
Telephone: 613-392-2841
Description: Free performances for the community. Music in the park, bring your blanket or lawn chair and come out to enjoy various local artists.

  Date: August (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Place: Amphitheatre, Centennial Park, Trenton
Telephone: 613-965-6283
Description: Big Brothers Big Sisters of HPEC. Get ready for sticky fingers, big smiles, and delicious fall-off-the-bone ribs.

Every August, Quinte Ribfest serves up thousands of mouth-watering ribs with 5 internationally acclaimed ribbers. Proceeds raised stay the Hastings and Prince Edward communities. The money raised throughout this 3 day saucy event are a part of our BIG plan of providing every little in our communities with a positive role-model. We believe that changing the course of young lives can in turn change our community's future.

  Date: September (Saturday & Sunday)
Time: 613-392-2841 ext. 4487
Place: Amphitheatre, Centennial Park, Trenton
Description: This annual festival celebrates the Celtic ancestry of the Bay of Quinte through traditional music, games, and fare. Kick the festival off with a parade through the downtown, and take in the all-day Heavy Events, Highland Dancing, Pipe & Drum Bands, vendor village, and live musical entertainment!

Admission: $5, children under 12 FREE.

  Date: September (Saturday)
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Place: Trenton Farmers' Market parking lot
Telephone: 613-394-4318
Description: Marketfest features the Front Street Farmers' Market, with in-season produce, flowers, baked goods, ciders, artwork, crafts, maple syrup, honey, preserves and more PLUS live music from Mark McGreevy, a pancake breakfast, scarecrow making, Quinte Antique Tractor Club, and a Market scavenger hunt with the chance to win a Front Street Farmers' Market gift basket.

  Date: October 31st.
Time: 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Place: Duncan MacDonald Memorial Community Gardens
Telephone: 613-392-2841 Ext. 4487
Description: Inviting all ghosts and goblins of Quinte West to the Annual BOOFEST Halloween Party! Tons of candy, ghost stories, colouring, toys and games. Free Admission.

  Date: November (Saturday)
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Place: Downtown Frankford (starts from the Frankford Arena)
Telephone: 613 398-7447 or 613 920-4496
Description: Celebrate the Annual Frankford Santa Claus Parade with bands, community floats and costume characters leading up to the Jolly Old Elf. The parade leaves from the Frankford Arena and heads north to the four corners in Frankford and West on Mill St. Don't forget to bring a non-perishable item for the food bank and a new or gently used toy for the Kinsmen Toy Drive. Following the parade, join us at the Legion. Inside the legion, kids will be treated to hotdogs, hot chocolate and S'mores and a visit from Santa.

Kids, don't forget your letters to Santa.

  Date: November
Time: 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Place: Centennial Park, Trenton
Telephone: 613 392-7635
Description: The Trenton Santa Claus Parade delighted hundreds of spectators with many floats, marching bands and entertainers.

Enjoy a festive lighted Christmas Parade with lots of music and community floats.

Starting promptly at 4:30 p.m. from Centennial Park the parade, heads up Bay St to Campbell St., up Campbell to Dundas, West on Dundas over the bridge and through the Downtown.

  Date: November to January (Saturday)
Time: 4:30 p.m.
Place: Frankford Tourist Park, Frankford
Telephone: 613 920-4496
Description: Come out and enjoy musical entertainment refreshments starting at 4:30 pm followed by Fireworks and the lighting of the Christmas Fantasy display at approximately 5 pm. Admission To The Park To See The Lights Is Free.

  Date: November to January (Sunday)
Place: Fraser Park, Trenton
Telephone: (613) 392-2841 or 1-866-485-2841
Description: Join us for hotdogs and hot chocolate starting at 3:30 p.m. at Fraser Park.Tour these magical waterfront light displays while listening to favourite holiday carols. Lighting takes place immediately following the Trenton Santa Claus Parade.

  Date: December
Time: 4:30pm - 8:30pm
Place: 55 King St. Trenton (Trenton Town Hall/Historical Society)
Description: Hop on the free Holly Trolley to visit the Frankford & Trenton Fantasy of Lights Displays! Enjoy the magic of Quinte West's Fantasy of Lights Displays aboard a San Francisco themed trolley via Kingston Trolley Tours. An accessible shuttle via Quinte Access will also be running every half hour.

Hop off to enjoy the lights up close and hop back on the next trolley or bus to see yet another fantastic display!

Trolley departs every half hour from the Trenton Town Hall (55 King St.), Trent Port Historical Society, Doug Whitney Fantasy of Lights, Frankford Christmas Fantasy of Lights. Historical Society volunteers will be on hand to greet tour participants and serve refreshments. Trolley is first come first serve. Please bring a donation for the local food bank.

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