We have family passes available to a variety of museums and other educational attractions located both near and far! Each pass has its own borrowing stipulations. Overdue fees charged at $1 per day. Click the links below to learn more.
Menzel Centennial is one of Lennox & Addington County's most well-kept secrets for nature lovers. Found just east of Roblin, Ontario, it's a 4.8 km path with an abundance of significant wetlands that makes for a visit well worth making.
Are you the owner, organizer, visionary of a small flock chicken business? Incubator farm? Local pizza and brewery? Community cannery? Co-operative abattoir? All the dreams of new local food and farm social enterprises just got closer to reality.
As a Goodreads browser you are probably used to discovering all sorts of great new books to read but if you have ever found yourself in a situation where you wanted to know whether a book you are coveting is available at the library, read ahead...
Marg is big into thrillers. One of her recent favorites is The Other Woman by Sandie Jones, a fast-paced and twisty domestic thriller. Here is here review:
There have been plenty of BIG books this year; that is, books so popular that it is difficult to keep up with demand. While some of the titles featured below have cooled off a bit in recent months, they still have plenty of readers raving about them. Read ahead to find out if any of your 2018 favorites have made the list, and consider trying another book that shares many of the same themes or reading appeals.
Please note that this event has been postponed to a later date.
Tourism stakeholders in Lennox & Addington are invited to learn about an exciting opportunity designed to create and enhance experiences that can inspire visitor travel.
An IGNITE Information Session takes place at the Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives, 97 Thomas Street East, Napanee on Tuesday, November 6th at 1:30pm.
You may not be aware, but Lennox & Addington County manages a number of forests in Addington Highlands. One spot in particular, found in Flinton, is a particularly beautiful place to go for a stroll.
A good starting point to start your journey is from the parking lot at the Addington Highlands Municipal Office. Find the blue sign to the east end of the lot by the outdoor rink. From there, enter the forest and enjoy an easy 2 km walk around the perimeter.
The autumn leaves are really popping right now in Lennox & Addington so now is the perfect time to tour our roads. We recently went for a scenic drive along some of the quiet country roads in the Township of Stone Mills. As you'll see below, the views were spectacular!
The views from the water this time of year are amazing. The brilliant colours of fall reflecting off still lakes and rivers are spectacular, and the cool autumn air makes the experience all the more enjoyable.