Krafty Kitchen with Linda Fraser

November 23, 2020
Amber Meyer

Join the L&A County Museum & Archives for a series of workshops with local artisan, Linda Fraser, as she teaches us how to create traditional holiday items with a twist! She will be sharing her passion for pottery, felting and creating wood decorations. 

Linda will be doing a video presentation of how to make your crafts live from 11:00-12:00, or as a recording for those unavailable to attend the live session. Kit numbers are limited, first come first served.  

Join Linda and museum staff the following Wednesday mornings from 11am - noon:

Keeping Our KFL&A Community Safe and Open

November 19, 2020

To: Business Community 

Case counts of COVID-19 are increasing across the province. They are also rising now in our KFL&A region which demands increased vigilance and strengthened sector-specific public health and workplace safety measures.

Thank you L&A Businesses

November 16, 2020
Warden Marg Isbester

2020 has been challenging and unpredictable and has been very hard on our business community. Your perseverance, dedication and passion is appreciated now more than ever. On behalf of the County of Lennox & Addington, thank you for all that you do.

We are a strong community with exceptional individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations. Thank you for your continued trust, patience, and empathy for one another as we work together during the pandemic. I want to share my gratitude for your calm, along with your willingness to support your community and neighbours.

Staff Pick: The Orphan's Song

November 16, 2020

Kristin recently enjoyed The Orphan's Song by Lauren Kate, a new novel that she says is "a gorgeous tale with strong characters and a vivid setting that any fan of historical fiction will devour." Here is her review:

JMPC Update

November 16, 2020
Angela Malcolm

I’m sure we can agree that the news relating to COVID-19 has been overwhelming. This is especially true of the tragic stories coming out of Long Term Care (LTC) and retirement homes across the province. As staff working in LTC, we cannot imagine how isolating and helpless you must feel not being able to visit your loved one at the John M Parrott Centre (JMPC). 

This is an unprecedented time in history and we are all in this together.

Remembering From a Distance

November 9, 2020
Kim Kerr

Remembrance Day ceremonies and events are not immune to COVID-19 and will be different this year. The National Ceremony Committee in Ottawa is discouraging crowds to gather in person, and the Napanee ceremony around the cenotaph at the Courthouse is moving to a streaming platform. Typing those words feels cold and disrespectful but for the service men and women we honour on this day, it’s exactly right. They fought and fight for the safety of Canadians, and we need to do the same.

Big Bright Light Season returns to Downtown Greater Napanee

November 7, 2020
Rob Plumley

If you're looking to get festive this holiday season, look no further than Downtown Greater Napanee. Big Bright Light Season - and its 750,000 LED Christmas lights - on now and nightly throughout the holiday season.

Just ZOOMing Along

November 2, 2020
Joanne Himmelman

As a person who is reluctant to engage in much technology, this COVID world of streaming everything has kick started my anxiety sky high. While I understand our need for digital connections, my need for real world experiences weighs heavily as I struggle with the balance. To Zoom or Not To Zoom is the question these days.

Treaties Recognition Week 2020

November 2, 2020
Jennifer Robinson

Ontario observes an annual Treaties Recognition Week the first week in November. This is a time for all Canadians to learn about the importance of the treaties and treaty relationships that shape Ontario.

A late season paddle on the Napanee River

October 30, 2020
Rob Plumley

With the paddling season nearing an end for another year, I took advantage of a beautiful late-October afternoon to paddle a stretch of the Napanee River that I hadn't yet visited.

While most leaves have fallen here in L&A, the drive from Napanee was still a pretty one. I took the scenic route to the boat launch on Curl Road in Stone Mills between Camden East and Yarker.