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FESTIVAL PLAYERS Presents:

TIME: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm      WELLINGTON PARK/Main St

Quinte Conservation Presents: "Watershed Wonders" and "Discover the Bugs"

Quinte Conservation is a community-based wildlife protection agency that serves 18 municipalities in the watersheds of the Moira, Napanee and Salmon Rivers, and Prince Edward County. Their programs, services and work alongside residents create a sustainable ecosystem where people and nature live in harmony.  Learn about our local watershed through an interactive model where you can see the effects of changing water levels and contamination in the watershed.



TIME: 9:00  PM      FESTIVAL PLAYERS STUDIO THEATRE/310 Main St.

Watermark by Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky: Fundraiser

There’s a chance that after seeing this film you will never look at water the same way again. This full-length feature captures the immense scale of waterscapes around the world—many forever altered by large-scale human activity—illustrating every sort of human interaction with water. It is a truly awe-inspiring experience.

Family Events + Activities:

The following events have been programmed with children and family interests in mind and can be enjoyed by the entire family.

TIME: 12:00  PM      WELLINGTON HERITAGE MUSEUM/290 Main St.

Where we are, What we make

A concert, workshop and film screening for kids of all ages. Featured on the concert is Water Week guest artist, Ryan Scott, performing, “Orion Constellation Theory”—a virtuoso work partly inspired by the hypothesis that there is a correlation between the location of the three largest pyramids of Giza and the three middle stars of the Orion constellation. Bring the whole family and explore the correlation between where we live and what we create.

FREE EVENT!

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COST: FREE

SUNDAY, AUGUST 18

FREE FOR KIDS UNDER 14!

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COST:  KIDS FREE

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22

TIME: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm      WELLINGTON HERITAGE MUSEUM/290 Main St.

The Shore Line Project - An Interactive Documentary

“Rising seas and violent storms affect all of us, but not in the same way.” You’ll be able to explore this engaging story-based project that features 43 stories, 9 countries and our one, shared global coast line, all week long at the museum. Read about, watch and listen to people who are taking action around the globe, for their coastlines and their communities.


FREE!

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COST: FREE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 - SUNDAY, AUGUST 25

TIME: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm      WELLINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY/261 Main St.

Water Week themed programming:

Stop in to see what’s happening at the library during their summer programming that highlights “Our Natural World.” During Water Week the library will programme fun, water-themed art and science activities for children. Please check out their schedule here!


FREE!

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COST: FREE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 - SUNDAY, AUGUST 25

FREE!

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COST: FREE

DATE TBC:

TIME: 12:00  PM      FESTIVAL PLAYERS STUDIO THEATRE/310 Main St.

Watermark by Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky: Fundraiser

There’s a chance that after seeing this film you will never look at water the same way again. This full-length feature captures the immense scale of waterscapes around the world—many forever altered by large-scale human activity—illustrating every sort of human interaction with water. It is a truly awe-inspiring experience.

FREE FOR KIDS UNDER 14!

For more information, click here.

COST:  KIDS FREE

SUNDAY, AUGUST 25

TIME: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm      MIDTOWN BREWING COMPANY/266 Main St.

Swim, Drink, Fish, Square Foot Art Exhibit and Sale

A week-long art exhibit will once again be organized by the prolific Wellington-based artist, Stew Jones. In 2018, in honour of Wellington Water Week - Stew organized an incredible exhibit inspired by Lake Ontario Waterkeeper’s mandate to create a "swimmable, drinkable, fishable future" that featured several original works from outstanding local artists.


FREE!

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COST: FREE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 - SUNDAY, AUGUST 25