The Cornwall BMX Track has only been open a short time, but it’s already drawing visitors to the City. “We’ve had some people from Kingston, Ottawa and Almonte come and try out the track during opening week,” said Dan Drouin, Cornwall BMX Club President. “We also had some riders from Chatham drop by to test […]
Some promising young baseball prospects from across Ontario are in Cornwall this week for the Senior Provincial Baseball Tournament. The event kicked off on Tuesday, July 3rd at Legion Park on the Cornwall waterfront and continues all week, with the championship game scheduled for Monday, July 9th. The host Cornwall team – featuring players from […]
Shakespeare is taking over Lamoureux Park this weekend. Montreal-based Repercussion Theatre is bringing its 30th season of Shakespeare in the Park to Cornwall with a contemporary, gender-bent take on a classic love story: Romeo & Juliet: Love is Love. The show will run on two nights, Saturday, July 7th and Sunday, July 8th, with a […]
The Lost Villages Museum gives visitors a chance to discover a unique piece of our area’s history. This Saturday, museum visitors will also have a chance to discover a unique treasure or two. The heritage attraction on Highway 2 west of Cornwall will host a Pop Up Market on Saturday, July 7th from 10 am […]
It’s Family Fishing Week! Twice a year, Canadian residents can fish in Ontario without buying a fishing license in February and July. From June 30-July 8, grab your fishing gear and head on over to the St. Lawrence River to catch some fish! Keep reading to learn some fun facts about fish and to learn […]
Christmas spirit is alive and well in Cornwall and the Counties as Upper Canada Village's Alight at Night and The Alexandria Festival of Lights prepare to light up the region with their spectacular displays of Christmas lights.
One of the most fascinating displays of culture occurs at the Akwesasne International Powwow. On September 6 - 7, celebrate the traditions of the First Nation people.