Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre
Completed in the summer of 2012, the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre provides Belleville and the surrounding area with a state-of-the-art multipurpose centre. Featuring: four ice pads – an aquatic centre — a multi-use gymnasium – public lounge – community space – seniors centre (coming soon) – three fitness studios – youth drop in room – multipurpose room – preschool room – indoor heated walking/running track – social & cultural spaces – meeting rooms – customer service counter with public and tourist information – and expanded parking with enhanced building entrances. The Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre is capable of serving the community’s recreational and leisure needs in one convenient location.
Accessibility Features at Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre
Thousands of people enjoy Belleville’s Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre every day. For some it’s a life changer.
Glanmore National Historic Site
Glanmore National Historic Site is a restored Victorian home located in Belleville, Ontario. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1969 in recognition of its exceptional Second Empire architecture. The museum cares for an extensive collection of antique furniture, paintings and ceramics. This seven minute video features highlights from the 38 minute DVD, which increases accessibility.
Promotional Video For Belleville Economic Development
The City of Belleville is ideally located on Highway 401 in eastern Ontario between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, close to the US border and US I-81. United Empire Loyalists first settled in the late 18th century. Now with a population of 49-thousand, Belleville serves as the commercial centre of the Bay of Quinte region with a market area of about 200 thousand people. Revised – December, 2011
Summer Company – Promotional
Summer Company is an exciting opportunity for enterprising students, 15 to 29 years old, to start and run their own summer businesses. This video was produced for the Small Business Centre serving Quinte, Hastings County, Prince Edward County and Lennox & Addington County.
Invest in Hastings – Entrepreneur Profiles
The Old Carriage House, Stirling, Ontario
A 10 year search for a bed and breakfast location lead Linda and Gary Leonard to the Village of Stirling in Hastings County, Ontario. Shops, boutiques and local attractions like the Stirling Theatre in a tranquil setting also proved to be ideal for their counseling retreat.
Limerick Lake Lodge
After he retired as an engineer in California, George Offshack returned to his youth in Hastings County and bought Limerick Lake Lodge & Marina.
The Callanetics Exercise Method
Gail Beare is a certified teacher in The Callanetics Exercise Method, having obtained her certificate in April, 2011. She has been practising Callanetics since 1987.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hastings & Prince Edward Counties
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hastings & Prince Edward Counties has been creating friendships since 1974 in Belleville and the surrounding area. Much of the program’s success can be attributed to the volunteers who have given their time as Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Board Members and Volunteers.
Music Video – “One For My Baby” – Dean Hollin
Canadian actor/singer Dean Hollin’s rendition of the classic One For My Baby, from the album “Indicative”. The music video is produced and directed by Michael Rutland. Director of Photography and editor: Gerry Fraiberg. Filmed on the Sony HVR-Z5U. Edited on FCP X. Location: Belleville Club, Metso Minerals, Belleville, Ontario.
Great Lake Swimmers’ Tony Dekker In Conversation With Author/Photographer Ian Coristine
After hearing Canadian folk rock band “Great Lake Swimmers” on CBC’s Vinyl Café, author/photographer Ian Coristine extended an invitation to visit the 1000 Islands. Tony Dekker explained the band’s preference for recording in acoustically interesting spaces so Coristine arranged the use of Singer Castle, the Brockville Arts Center and historic St. Brendan’s church in Rockport, Ontario. The result marries beautiful music to a beautiful place in their album Lost Channels, which has been nominated for many prestigious awards. This conversation was recorded at Ian Coristine’s summer home on Raleigh Island and features his photos.
EORN – Eastern Ontario Region Broadband Network
Federal, provincial and municipal politicians gathered at Trillium Woods Golf Club on Tuesday, August 31, 2010 to mark the start of construction of Ontario’s largest rural broadband network. The high speed internet infrastructure project will connect with local delivery systems to expand service to an estimated one million residents and businesses in Eastern Ontario. The Eastern Ontario Warden’s Caucus (EOWC) has been working on this infrastructure development for five years.
Beyond The Beach
Beyond the Beach is a 22-minute educational video produced for Friends of Sandbanks Provincial Park. It focuses on the dunes at West Lake – the world’s largest baymouth barrier on fresh water. The video is used as part of the park’s interpretive program. Copies are available in local libraries and school boards. This is the first five minutes of the video.
Reid’s Dairy – Plant Tour
Reid’s Dairy in Belleville Ontario is a successful family run business. This clip is from a 14 minute plant tour video that explains how milk is processed – from the farm gate to the dairy case at your local grocery store.
Carrie & Kurt – Wedding Video Opening
Whenever I document a wedding, I am honoured to be a part of that celebration. And I imagine the couple viewing their wedding video 10 or 20 years from now. Video captures the emotion, the smiles, the laughter, the tears like no other medium.
Maxwell College – Belleville, Ontario
Informational piece produced for Maxwell College of Advanced Technology, Belleville, Ontario