Archive for the ‘Carleton Place Ontario Events’ Category.

Tea & Talk at the Museum


Join local coin collector Ryan Goode as he shares his collection of “love tokens” with us!


Date : February 17, 2019 from 1 to 3pm

Event location : Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum

Contact : Carol Millar at 613-253-7013 or

Heritage Day Dinner



We are getting ready to host our 7th annual fundraising Heritage Dinner!  To kick off the Carleton Place 200th celebrations in style we are presenting “In Rhythm with Our Roots”. It’s a night to gather together for a meal, have fun, and celebrate our history!Our Master of Ceremonies Linda Seccaspina, together with members of the Mississippi Mudds, will guide us on a musical journey through time as we recall local historic events as seen from the Mississippi River’s point of view! That river has seen a lot in 200 years!“In Rhythm with Our Roots” takes place Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at the historic Carleton Place Town Hall Auditorium. Doors open at 5:30 with cocktails from 6 to 7, followed by a Roast Beef buffet dinner prepared by Leatherworks Catering. Along with historical displays there will be a silent auction featuring fabulous Valentine themed items. This is a great opportunity to get your sweetheart something unique!

Look for door prizes too!This annual event is our major fundraiser of the year, and raises much needed funds to continue the work we do collecting, safeguarding and sharing our local history. All funds raised will assist in the Society’s operation of the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum. Since 1988 the Museum has been the town’s main trustee of local history. As a non-profit organization, we rely on the community’s generous support to maintain our work, especially as we embark on our community’s historical milestone 200th year.

Tickets are $50 per person and may be purchased by cash at the Museum or by etransfer to Tax receipts will be issued and available for pickup at the door.



Date : Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Event location :

Contact : Carol Millar at 613-253-7013 or

Valentine’s Day Craft Drop


Join us for a fun heart-themed craft drop in. This is for all ages, and we’ll have crafts, a special I Spy, and maybe even a game. No registration is necessary! Parents, please plan on staying with your children. They activities might take your child a few minutes or the entire hour…and supervision will be limited. Please call us at 257-2702 for more information.


Date : Tuesday, February 12, 2019 from 6 to 7pm

Event location : Carleton Place Public Library – 101 Beckwith Street, Carleton Place ON, K7C 2T3

Contact : 613-257-2702 or visit

Ron & Jeff McMunn Heart Jam


Ron McMunn started the “Heart Jam” over 25 years ago to raise funds for the University of Ottawa Heart Institute.  The jam has always been held each year on the first Sunday in February during “Heart Month”.  It was with great sadness that Ron’s son, Jeff, died from a heart condition in late 2016.  As such, the event is now being referred to as the “Ron & Jeff McMunn Heart Jam”.

Again this year, the event is being promoted as an audience participation event, not a concert.  People are encouraged to get up and dance throughout the day.  Tickets for this year’s Ron & Jeff McMunn Heart Jam are available at the locations listed on the poster.  Get yours early as this event always sells out.  All proceeds go towards the University of Ottawa Heart Institute.



Date : Sunday, February 3, 2019 from 2 to 8pm

Event location : Carleton Place Arena  – 75 Neelin Street, Carleton Place ON, K7C 2V8

Contact : Lindsay Firestone: 613-696-7261 /


Une Heure de Conte en Français


Join us for Une Heure de Conte en Francais, a half hour of stories, songs, activities in French and English! New date and time for winter and spring.

Join us on Saturday afternoons for Une Heure de Conte en Francais, a half hour of stories, songs, activities in French and English! We’re excited to try a new date and time for Winter and Spring, and we hope to see lots of new faces. There is no registration for this program, and it is for all ages, but works best when the child knows a little bit of French.


Date : Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 1 to 1:30pm

Event location : Carleton Place Public Library, 101 Beckwith St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 2T3, Canada

Contact : (613) 257-2702


The Hammer and Anvil Charity 40K Tournament

Come play in a relaxed / casual format tournament, and help raise money for a local charity!


January 19th 2019
Registration @ 9:00 AM
First Round Starts @ 9:30 AM
Lunch @ 12:00 PM
Second Round Starts @ 12:45 PM
Final Round Starts @ 3:30 PM
Awards / Ceremonies @ 6:15 PM


Carambeck Community Centre
351 Bridge Street, Carleton Place, K7C 3H9

Ticket cost and details:
Ticket cost = $35.00
E-transfer to:

Tournament proceeds will be donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters Lanark County Branch.

Army Composition and Rules:

1500 Point armies. Battleforged / Matched Play Rules. All current FAQ and Chapter approved rules in effect.
Must be a single faction keyword across all units in your list (This cannot be Imperium, Chaos, Aeldari).
List must be organized into a single battalion detachment.

Army Painting & Proxies:
Armies must be a minimum of base coated (1 Colour).
Models must be based on properly sized bases. TOs will use discretion for recently updated or changed basing sizes by GW.
Proxies must properly represent the size and look of the models they are being substituted for. TO discretion will be used.
Any questions or concerns regarding the above points should be submitted via email to:


Date :
January 19, 2019 at 9am

Event location :
Carambeck Community Centre351 Bridge Street, Carleton Place, Ontario K7C 3H9, Canada

Contact :

The Gravitation Pull of Bernice Trimble

The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble


Studio Theatre Productions presents: THE GRAVITATIONAL PULL OF BERNICE TRIMBLE by Beth Graham, directed by Jane Stott. “Gravity is a good hugger – it keeps you grounded.” Iris Trimble may very well fly off the face of the earth if she doesn’t hang on to the kitchen counter. At least that’s how she feels after her mother, Bernice, a lively, recently widowed fifty-nine year old breaks the news that she has Alzheimer’s.

Iris and her siblings each have their own ways of dealing with the news, while Bernice, as vivacious as ever, is ready to finally put herself first. Exceptionally well written, this play is intense, poignant and wonderfully nuanced.

Playing January 17th to 27th with evening and matinee shows. Tickets are $24 at Tickets Please (11 Gore St. East, Perth). Also available at the door on show nights. Save $5 opening night; $10 rush seats for students with ID. Produced by special arrangement with Playwrights Guild of Canada.


Date :
January 18, 19, 20, 25,26,27, 2019

Event location :
63 Gore Street East
Perth, ON K7H 1H8
Contact :


Ladies Drop-in Darts

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Starting June 7th 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm: Ladies drop in darts: Downstairs Carleton Place Legion: All women welcomed come learn and have fun. $4.00 every Tues.


Date :
January 1, 2019 from 7:30pm to 9pm

Event location :
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 192, 177 George St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 1Z6, Canada

Contact :
Phone contact: +1 613-257-1727 or visit Website:

Afternoon Cribbage or Bridge at the Legion

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Come play Cribbage or Bridge every Tuesday afternoon at the Legion. Coffee and snacks provided $5 includes a door prize as well. Everyone is welcome. If you can remember how to play we will help you


Date :
January 1, 2019 from 1 to 4pm

Event location :
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 192, 177 George St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 1Z6, Canada

Contact :


Perth Polar Bear Plunge

Polar Bear Main

Taking place on New Year’s Day, come and participate or watch the PERTH POLAR BEAR PLUNGE! Brave and crazy souls will take a dip in the icy Tay River on January 1st in support of the Canadian Cancer Society. All are welcome to pledge, donate or plunge themselves! Breakfast starts at 8am in the Legion Hall (26 Beckwith St. East) – plungers eat for free, others $10 per plate (sponsored this year by Barnabe’s Your Independent Grocer).

Safety meeting for plungers begins at 10am sharp, the Plunge starts at 10:15. Awards will be handed out in the hall at 11am. Visit the website for further details or to contact organizers


Date :
January 1, 2019

Event location :
26 Beckwith St. East, Perth

Contact :
Phone contact: 613-267-4400 or visit Website: