Where the Past Greets the Fututre

Special Interest Groups

Apple Route Grannies

We are grandmothers and grandothers who gather monthly from September to June to plan fun fundraising events. With the help of the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmother-to-Grandmother Campaign, we enjoy working together to support African grandmothers raising their grandchildren orphaned by HIV/AIDS. Women are invited to join:  simply attend one of our meetings on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 9:30, at Trinity-St. Andrews United Church, 56 Prince Edward Street, Brighton, ON.

Contact: Maureen at 613-475-5460 or appleroutegrannies@gmail.com
Website: http://appleroutegrannies.weebly.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/appleroutegrannies/
Stephen Lewis Foundation: http://www.stephenlewisfoundation.org/


Brighton Arts Council
Please click here for information!

Brighton and Batawa Chess Club
Informal chess club for intermediate or experienced players. Thursdays 1:00 p.m. at Batawa Community Centre. Contact: John 613-475-3010 or Peter 613-475-3830

Brighton and Presqu'ile Model Railway Association
HO Scale Model Railroad Club and Rail Fans.
Co-Host with the Belleville Club the Quinte Model Train Show; a spectacular event held in early December. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m
Contact: Tom at twillison@xplornet.ca

Brighton Book Club

The club meets every other week to discuss and review books. First meeting is first Thursday after Thanksgiving, and goes every other Thursday until June.
Contact: Pattie 613-475-3642

Brighton Branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario
This Branch of the ACO is dedicated to the preservation of historically and architecturally important properties in the Municipality of Brighton.
Contact: Nanci at (613) 475-3458 or Ian at (613) 475-1741
The link is http://www.arconserv.ca/branches/show.cfm?id=21

Brighton Computer Club

Our club purpose: People Helping People is assisting each other to understand our computers, and to help those of us who get in trouble now and then. You will find that the meetings are the glue that holds us together. We try to structure the meetings with minimum emphasis placed on administration and maximum effort placed on education and help. We endeavour to have a presentation on a popular subject in the first half, a social break, then a session of Questions and Answers.

The executive monitors the world of automation in between meetings and keeps the membership up to date with targeted emails concerning breaking news that could affect us. New members and visitors are always welcome to attend our meetings. All our meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 9:30am, at the King Edward Park Community Centre, 75 Elizabeth St., Brighton.


Email: brightoncomputerclub@gmail.com

Horticultural Society
The Society mission is "To share the Love of Gardening" by promoting horticulture in the community. Regular meetings usually have presentations by Guest speakers. Flower shows are held to encourage members to achieve excellence by example and competition. Activities include a plant auction in May, a flower show in the Spring, an annual flower and vegetable show in August. Also assists with the gardens at Proctor House Museum and other sites in the area. The Society offers a bursary for a student graduating from East Northumberland Secondary School who plan to enter into the field of horticulture or agriculture for their post-secondary education. New members welcome.

Meeting at 7:30 p.m. on the 4th Monday of each month (except in July and August), at King Edward Park Community Centre on Elizabeth Street.
AGM in November
Contact: Linda Wallis 613-475-1852

Presqu'ile Point Lighthouse Preservation Society
The Presqu'ile Point Lighthouse Preservation Society is a non-profit, charitable organization consisting of a group of dedicated volunteers who are committed to arresting the deterioration of the Presqu'ile Point Lighthouse, restoring the structure to the former beauty and commanding presence it once enjoyed in the community, and maintaining it for future generations.

By becoming a member, you are a Keeper Of Presqu'ile Point Lighthouse Association (KOPPLA) and we hope that you take pride in helping to "Let Our Light Shine".

Dave Sharp, 613-475-5109
P.O. Box 962, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0

Vocalese Community Choir

Vocalese is an Adult community choir that practices every Monday evening from September through May, 7pm-9pm at Trinity St. Andrew's United Church in Brighton. Two concerts are held each year, one in December and the other in May. All singers are welcome, as well as volunteers for events. To find out more information, drop by Trinity St. Andrew's United Church at 13 Chapel Street to sit in on a practice or email us at vocalese@live.com.