Community Messages

Friday, April 3
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

12:00 PM

Friday Hot Lunches

12:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Hot, Nutricious and Delicious! $12 Lunches by Rodney Carr.  Every Friday  12 pm -1 pm. 

Saturday, April 4
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

11:00 AM

Cancelled: Rotary Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 4 to Sunday, April 5

Cancelled: The Rotary Easter Egg Hunt originally planned for Saturday, April 4, at Rotary Park, Brockville, has been cancelled due to COVID-19.

Sunday, April 5
All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Monday, April 6
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

Tuesday, April 7
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

Wednesday, April 8
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

Thursday, April 9
All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

Friday, April 10
All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

12:00 PM

Friday Hot Lunches

12:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Hot, Nutricious and Delicious! $12 Lunches by Rodney Carr.  Every Friday  12 pm -1 pm. 

Saturday, April 11
All day

Attention City of Brockville Residents: No Blue Box Collection March 30th-April 10th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

To protect the health and safety of our front-line workers, please note that from the weeks of March 30th to April 3rd AND April 6th to the 11th, there will be No curbside collection of recyclable (blue box) materials in the City of Brockville. Garbage collection will continue as scheduled*. Many blue box materials carry the risk of contamination by the coronavirus and are handled in close contact by the collection staff. Therefore, to reduce the risk, recycling collection will cease for the next 2 weeks, and the situation will be re-assessed at that time. Garbage collection will continue, and any loose garbage (ie. in garbage cans) MUST be bagged and tied closed in order to be collected. Loose garbage will not be handled by collection staff. In addition, please try to double-bag any tissues, gloves, masks, and hygiene products within the garbage for extra protection.  The public recycling containers at the Waste Management Transfer Station (on California Avenue) will also be closed at this time as well due to the amount of people who have congregated in close proximity at the bins. This is to ensure safety for the public and for staff.  It is recommended that extra recyclable materials be stored until blue box collection can resume. This time also allows the risk of contamination to lower. * please note that there is no collection on Good Friday, it is moved to Saturday, April 11th; and ** please also note that garbage collection WILL RUN on Monday, April 13th (no change due to Easter Monday).

All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Sunday, April 12
All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Monday, April 13
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

All day

Transit Changes in the City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City understands how important the transit services are for our community and have taken new precautions to continue. City Transit has modified services: Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, Brockville Transit will continue with the modified transit service and only operate the “Evening Route” (Yellow). Starting 6:45 am and will operate on a 30-minute (loop) route until 6pm. 6pm to 9pm is on an hourly (loop) service. The Blue, Red and Green Routes will not be in operation. 
  • 40-Ride Passes are to be returned into the fare box by the rider when presented.
  • The Transit Driver will issue the rider 40 paper tickets. This removes the need for physical interaction between rider and driver.
  • People will be able to transfer busses very easily, however, the actual paper transfer will no longer be issued.
  • As a safety precaution, additional cleaning of busses will also take place. 
  • Other transit related information can be found here: https://brockville.com/transit

All day

Leeds & Grenville Branch OGS meeting cancelled

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

  Leeds & Grenville Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society meeting scheduled for April 13th is cancelled. Please check our website for updates:   leedsandgrenville.ogs.on.ca 

Tuesday, April 14
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

06:06 PM

Girlfriends In God

06:06 PM — 07:30 PM

Open to all area women ages 21+  Come join us as we walk our journey of faith together. Connect, Renew and Restore through inspirational speakers, devotionals and events. Free childcare is provided. 6:00 to 7:30pm Every 2nd Tuesday, starts September 10th.

Location/Venue Name
New Hope Church

  • 2811 Second Concession, Brockville, K6V 5T1
Wednesday, April 15
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Thursday, April 16
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Friday, April 17
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

12:00 PM

Friday Hot Lunches

12:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Hot, Nutricious and Delicious! $12 Lunches by Rodney Carr.  Every Friday  12 pm -1 pm. 

Saturday, April 18
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Sunday, April 19
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Monday, April 20
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Tuesday, April 21
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Wednesday, April 22
All day

Full of Beans Monthly Cooking Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

FULL OF BEANS COOKING CLUB SATURDAYS, last week of each month, 4-7 pm at St. Paul's Church, 12 Pine Street, Brockville. Learn to cook and enjoy a delicious, inexpensive and nutritious meal in friendly company.  All ingredients and equipment provided.  Participation is free, donations welcome.  For information and to register, call Virginia 613 345 2793, or Lynn 613 340 5696.

All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Thursday, April 23
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Friday, April 24
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

12:00 PM

Friday Hot Lunches

12:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Hot, Nutricious and Delicious! $12 Lunches by Rodney Carr.  Every Friday  12 pm -1 pm. 

Saturday, April 25
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Sunday, April 26
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Monday, April 27
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Tuesday, April 28
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Wednesday, April 29
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Thursday, April 30
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Friday, May 1
All day

Call for volunteers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Palliative Care Program at Brockville General Hospital is looking for caring and compassionate people to volunteer with palliative patients and families in the hospital and in the community. If you have a few hours to spare, please consider sharing them with us. Training start in Brockville this Spring. For further information please contact 613-345-5649 ext. 4417 or 4410

Location/Venue Name
Brockville General Hospital - Garden Street Site

  • 42 Garden Street, 4th floor, Brockville, K6V 2C3Call for Volunteers
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com

Saturday, May 2
All day

City of Brockville

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

City of Brockville Information Regarding COVID-19 Please visit our website pages https://brockville.com/covid19 City Hall remains operational to provide essential services and assistants to residents by calling 613-342-8772 or through info@brockville.com