By bringing chefs, restaurateurs, farmers and
patrons together for a two-day festival to celebrate Northumberland’s culinary culture, Cultivate is
dedicated to attracting new visitors and commerce to the region; contributing to a sustainable local
economy by supporting growers, brewers, chefs and restaurants throughout the County.
Read more in this
Northumberland News article.
Come on out.
Cultivate: A festival of food & drink is
September 26th & 27th at Memorial Park
in Port Hope.
Fare Share Food Banks
Check out our
Thank you to everyone who has enjoyed
our Cooler By The Lake Anniversary Ale.
We are contributing 50¢ from the
sale of every bottle to the
Northumberland Fare Share Food Banks.
Cooler By The
Lake Anniversary Ale will be available this summer at Northumberland Hills Brewery.
can also get Cooler By The Lake on tap
The Mill Restaurant & Pub or stop by
the brewery and try one of their many
other great beers.
The brewery is located at 1024 Division Street on the northeast corner of Division and Veronica/Patterson streets in Cobourg. NHB is open Wednesday through Saturday from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m.
Water Country Music Series
is proud to once again present the Sweet
Water Country Music Series. The folks at
the Concert Hall at Victoria Hall have
another great lineup for 2015.
Future concerts include:
September 13 - The Sweet
October 18 - Johnny Burke
& Harold MacIntyre
Talk & Save
from just $25/month
has been more than 40 years since
Northumberland County residents have
been able to purchase their local
telephone service from a locally owned
and operated company*.
The area once again has a local
telephone service provider...
eagle.ca! Our new digital Talk &
Save service provides local phone
numbers and you can bring your existing
number to eagle.ca too.
Our local calling
area is all of Ontario (that's
right... the whole province is just a
local call away) and we give you more
than a dozen calling features in our
* Since 1899, more than 28 locally owned
and operated companies have delivered
telephone service in Northumberland. The
last of these, Alnwick Rural and Fenella
Rural were sold to Bell Canada in 1970.
Do you have a community event planned? Let us
know about it by emailing and we'll post it on our
Community Events Calendar!
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You can protect your phone and your
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SPAM and virus filtering for eMail
All eagleMembers receive free junk mail filtering.
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