September 23 & 24 from 10 am to 5 pm
18 unique artists at 14 stops featuring rustic woodworking, pottery, wire sculpture, paintings in many mediums, wood art and wood turning, fibre art, stained glass, fusing, mosaic, and jewellery. An excellent opportunity to meet artists and view or purchase their unique creations.
September 23 & 24th
Enjoy a self-guided tour in the countryside as it transforms to autumn's glory, and relax in the warmth of Tweed's friendly people. This event is organized by a not-for-profit organization made up of local artists and artisans from the south central area of Hastings County, Ontario. 2017 will be our 20th year.
Departing From the Tweed Heritage Centre
Experience Tweed as you never have before! Tweed Harvest Festival, and Culture Days 2017, join this historic walking tour of Tweed Ontario into the rich history of this community, exploring cultural assets, and discover how the railroad, the corduroy roads, and the waterways shaped the way people lived and travelled during the time of our founding fathers. How did Tweed go from a burgeoning centre joined by three railroads to a cottage community with a thriving arts and culture scene? You'll have to join to find out! Explore the town with new eyes guided by our singing tour guides and local characters from the past in this highly entertaining and informative one hour walking tour.
Friday, September 29th @ 6 PM
Saturday, September 30th @ 6 PM
Sunday, October 1st @ 6 PM
This free, one day summit aims to connect youth in Hastings, Prince Edward and Lennox & Addington Counties as well as Belleville and Quinte West. The keynote speaker, Ryan Porter will be providing a youth-focused presentation and workshop to start off the event. In the afternoon, youth will participate in engaging discussions and networking with peers, professionals, and community leaders regarding local issues and topics of interest. There will also be pizza, subs and other free snacks!
Click on the Title link to register.