Small Gifts that Help Create the Future of Our South Shore:
New Ways to Support SSJI!
We have some exciting news to share with you!
Your support is greatly appreciated and it allows us to continue to run our programs. SSJI is a volunteer-run charity dedicated to protecting and restoring the natural heritage of Prince Edward County’s South Shore. We rely on our members, donors and funders to be able to run our education and advocacy programs.
Art Extravaganza at The Maker's Hand
When: November 10, 2023
Where: Highline Hall, Wellington
Don’t miss the opportunity to visit THE MAKER’S HAND and SSJI’s ART EXTRAVAGANZA booth from Nov 10-12 at the Highline Hall in Wellington. The Maker’s Hand, presented by the Prince Edward County Arts Council, is one of the finest craft shows in Eastern Ontario, showcasing the work of 40 talented artists from Ontario and Western Quebec.
At the ART EXTRAVAGANZA booth, you can admire and purchase the artwork of over 30 local PEC artists who donated their pieces to support SSJI’s conservation efforts. The artworks in various mediums and sizes were inspired by the stunning natural beauty of Prince Edward County. So far, 18 pieces have been sold, raising funds to support SSJI’s work in advocacy, education and preservation of PEC’s South Shore.
We are grateful to Prince Edward County Arts Council for partnering with us in this successful initiative.
Participating artists: Whitney Babcock, Rosemary Brown, Nell Casson, Veronica Cluett, Andrew Csafordi, Diane Cole, Ron Erwin, Katherine Farris, Bill Hurst, Bert Jenkins, Petra Lepage, Michael Lindon, Nina-Marie Lister (at Melt Gallery), SaraLou Miller, Katie Newton, Lynn Stein and Susan Wallis.
If you can't make it to this highly popular event, visit our Art Extravaganza page to view and buy artwork.
MNR Road Stroll
When: November 18, 2023 at 9:00am
Where: MNR Road and Army Reserve Road
Contact: Cheryl Anderson [email protected]
We will meet at the corner of Army Reserve Road and MNR Road at 9 a.m. MNR Road is the road between the extension of Simpson and Lighthall Roads leading to the Lake. This road is generally quite wet with lots of ruts and potholes. We will need sturdy waterproof boots. As we will be well into the fall, flowers and insects will be rare; however, we may find it easier to spot birds since the leaves will be off the trees. Please allow three hours for this outing. The walk to the Lake is over a kilometre and we may want to take time to look for wintering waterfowl at the shore. Click here to RSVP
20th Edition of The South Shoreliner
In case you've missed it here is the October issue of The South Shoreliner:
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The quality of the Bay of Quinte will be a topic of a public free event hosted by the Lennox & Addington Stewardship Council and Friends of the Napanee and Salmon Rivers and the Wilton Creek Watershed to join us for this free public event. Tuesday, November 28th (1:00 – 3:00 pm) at the Strathcona Paper Centre, 16 McPherson Dr. in Napanee. To register for this event, ask questions, or be a Sponsor, please email the organizers at: [email protected]
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