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Brockville Downtown Business Improvement Area Announces Established Turn-Key Business for Sale

Brockville Downtown Business Improvement Area, dedicated to helping small businesses thrive, has announced that a well-established turn-key business is for sale in downtown Brockville.

Brockville, ON - August, 2017 - Brockville Downtown Business Improvement Area announces a turn-key business for sale in the historic downtown area of Brockville.

 

  • Located in the beautiful area of the 1000 Islands and backed by the St. Lawrence River, New York Restaurant sits in the center of the main downtown street at 19 King St. West and is surrounded by shopping and attractions. The second and third floors boast breathtaking views of the river and surrounding area. Its location places it right in the middle of one of the area's main tourist hubs on the main Ontario corridor. 

  • As the area's oldest running Chinese restaurant, the New York Restaurant has been voted Best in Town on a number of occasions throughout its 85 years in operation. Its history of success makes it a great turn-key business for those who would prefer continuing with the well-established restaurant.

  • This location is licensed for up to 130 people, with ample private and public parking in the rear as well as parking on the main street for customers. An easily accessible loading dock allows for smooth deliveries.

  • 19 King St. West boasts 4,000 square feet on the main floor, including a full kitchen and has been renovated inside and out, including recently the front windows. The second and third floors offer 7 to 8 bedrooms with washrooms that would make great meeting rooms or office space for rent in Brockville. The building is heated with a gas hot water boiler.

  • The building, land, and business contents are all included in the sale price of $675,000. This is the perfect location for the right person. Those interested in learning more about the property are encouraged to contact James So directly.

 

Contact:

Chris Wiltshire

(613) 360-7972

 

For more information on this or other office space for rent in Brockville, please visit: www.DowntownBrockville.com/turn-key-businesses.php

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Downtown Brockville Starts the School Year off Right

With school starting up, now is the time to take advantage of all the great opportunities in Downtown Brockville. From looking towards the future, saving those loonies, and keeping your wardrobe fresh, here's how Downtown Brockville events caters to youth.

Explore Your Future Career Options 

Whether you are looking for ways to improve your resume and job experience to help you land your ideal job after university, or you are interested in starting a business, there are many options available in Downtown Brockville. From career counseling providers to job placement agencies, students can explore future careers and gain valuable experience.

Take Advantage of the Many Student Discounts

As students, you know how important it is to save your hard earned money. Many Downtown Brockville businesses offer valuable student discounts off of products and services you use every day. Simply show your student card to take advantage of these discounts. In fact, many local area schools provide discounts on those student cards, helping you save even more.

Brockville Public Library Perks Program

Did you know your library card does more than let you borrow books and media from the Brockville Public Library? The BPL perks program provides additional valuable discounts on local area products, services, and even select Brockville events. When shopping in Downtown, show your library card at select businesses to take advantage of these money saving offers.

Update Your Wardrobe with all that Money You've Saved

After you've taken advantage of the money saving discounts, freshen up your wardrobe for the coming school year at any one of the great retail shops in Downtown Brockville. Whether you are looking for the perfect back to school outfit, or something great for the upcoming Brockville events, there are options for every style and budget. 

Brockville Events to End the Summer Right

To help bring the summer to an end, Downtown Brockville will be hosting its annual Red Hot & Blue Rockabilly Weekend Aug 30th starting at 10:00 am. The Red Hot & Blue Rockabilly Weekend its:

The 1st Canadian Rockabilly Festival!

- A weekend of music

- DJs from Canada, the United-States and Europe

- International bands

- Jive classes

- Saturday night Jive Contest

- Vintage market

- Closing night wrap up party


Between the many ways students can save money, and the career advancement opportunities, Downtown Brockville has something for everyone. So grab a double-double and come see the excitement for yourself today.

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6 People You Should Know in Downtown Brockville - Part 2

Welcome back!  We're continuing to look at some of our most influential thought leaders and entrepreneurs who are responsible for the amazing Brockville restaurants, shopping, and cultural experiences that make our downtown so great.  

Here are three more of the great people we have to thank for Brockville's downtown revitalization. 

Meeting the Movers and Shakers of Downtown Brockville - Part 2

4. Peter from The Brockville Arts Centre

The historic Brockville Arts Centre is the heart of our local live performance scene, as well as showing plenty of great films.  It's a classic venue that both locals and tourists alike love to experience.

  • What is the best part about having a business in Downtown Brockville?

The downtown is the heritage core and heartbeat of Brockville. The awesome historic buildings never cease to impress me.

  • How do you and your business contribute to the community?

For over 150 years the Brockville Arts Centre has been the arts and cultural hub of our community and a huge economic engine for our downtown.

  • What new or innovative project are you working on at your business?

My dream is to have a revolving restaurant and nightclub on top of the BAC flytower with a glass elevator. The view from the top of the BAC flytower is breathtaking. An IMAX theatre in our rear parking lot is also on our bucket list. (Think BIG!)

5. Brandy, from The Brockville Public Library 

Our local library is a true treasure, originally founded more than 150 years ago.  It's gone through a lot of changes over the years, including a period of being a Carnegie Library, but it's always been one of the most important parts of the city.

  • What is the best part about working in Downtown Brockville?

Going for walks on my lunch break! I love to pick up a perfect bite to eat from one of the cafes or Brockville restaurants (Tait’s, Boboli, Fudgery, Maphins) and then taking in the amazing scenery by the river at Hardy Park or Blockhouse Island. It’s always amazing and gorgeous even in the winter!

  • How do you and your organization contribute to the community?

The Library provides space, support, and services. We are a free place for people to just be. We try to help promote a healthy strong community through providing support for local people, arts, culture and community service organizations, and grassroots groups in pursuing their goals. For example, we are partners with Every Kid in Our Community and we run a drop-in group for LGBTQ youth and their allies. We also provide essential services like printing, faxing, and scanning, research help, computer training, meeting space, free Wi-Fi, and public computers… the list goes on.

Oh yeah, and we have books!

6. Meg, The Executive Director of the DBIA

Of course, we can't forget about Meg, our Executive Director at the Downtown Brockville Improvement Association.   Meg understands the ins and outs of making the Downtown alive and vibrant. She has been at the helm of the DBIA for over two years, and during this time has seen vacancies decrease, increased attendance at Downtown events, and helped in beautifying the heart of the city even more!

If you are going to be starting a business in downtown Brockville, Meg is the person to call on for all the help and advice you need!

There you have it.  Six of the people who've helped ensure we have such great Downtown Brockville restaurants, events, arts, shopping, and more.  So, the next time you see Ida, Anne, Helen, Peter, Brandy, or Meg - give them a big thank you!

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6 People You Should Know in Downtown Brockville - Part 1

Brockville has been making a lot of waves lately thanks to downtown revitalization efforts.  In just a few years, the area has been transformed - there's enough downtown Brockville shopping, restaurants, arts, music, and culture to keep anyone happy year-round!  

But we couldn't have done it without some of the amazing personalities and forward-thinkers living here.  So, we wanted to highlight some of the people who made Brockville's downtown such an amazing place.

Meeting the Movers and Shakers of Downtown Brockville

1. Ida from The Sir Isaac Brock Bed & Breakfast

Situated in an amazing renovated 1820s mansion, The Sir Isaac Brock has been rated by TripAdvisor as being among the fifteen greatest B&Bs in all of Canada!

  • What is the best part about having a business in Downtown Brockville?
    Being located in the historic downtown our guests are within easy walking distance to the waterfront, the Arts Centre, shops, great restaurants and all the other attractions Brockville has to offer. We also find membership in the DBIA to be of great benefit in fostering a close-knit local business community. The central location and historic nature of the area has been a key ingredient to our success.
  • What new or innovative project are you working on at your business?
    This year we are re-branding our business to Sir Isaac Brock B&B Luxury Suites. The addition of Luxury Suites to our name more accurately describes our guest accommodations.  

2. Anne from Hang Ups Creative Picture Framing

For twenty-three years, Hang Ups has been helping locals express themselves through great custom framing, along with a widely-loved gallery of local art pieces that's considered a "best kept secret" of Brockville shopping.

  • What is the best part about having a business in Downtown Brockville?

The community, hands-down. Being able to build great relationships with our customers and other store owners, and knowing that there's an inclusive network you can be part of is a wonderful thing. Plus, the lunch options downtown are spectacular when we don't want to paper bag it!

  • How do you and your business contribute to the community?

I am pleased to say that our entire staff is active in the community; we all volunteer in various capacities. I personally help out with the Rotary Club and Palliative Care golf tournaments, as well as being involved with the DBIA. 

3. Helen from Dive Brockville Adventure Centre

If you want to go scuba diving, you go to the Dive Brockville!  Helen teaches diving, and her Adventure Centre also provides a wide variety of other nautical services like boat tours, kayaking, and snorkeling adventures. 

  • How do you and your business contribute to the community?

We volunteer for the annual breakfast every year, I'm an active member of Save Ontario Shipwrecks which has been actively developing Centeen Park. With my late husband’s memorial fund money, we have built the second set of stairs at Centeen Park being dedicated this year! I provide on-going tourist information to anyone that stops by. I attend the Beneath the Sea dive show in New Jersey and promote the City of Brockville and several local businesses at my own cost.

  • What new or innovative project are you working on at your business?

This summer we launched our 'Island Picnics' and water taxi service to city islands partnering with Manolls Fish and Chips and Cosies. We are also working on the Brockville/Morristown ferry service!

Phew!  There's so much downtown Brockville shopping, dining, and other activities to cover and so little time.  Join us next blog for another look at great Brockville entrepreneurs!

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4 Great Brockville Events Happening Downtown This August

Brockville is filled with great attractions that both locals and tourists can enjoy.  It's one of the reasons we have such a great community.  Our downtown is filled with great ways to mix, mingle, and meet new people - whether they're from down the street or halfway across the continent.  

August is going to be filled with great Brockville events and activities downtown.  Here's a taste of what's to come.

Four Can't-Miss Downtown Brockville Events in August

1. Rails to Trails Festival (August 10-13)

This year's biggest waterfront festival in Canada has to be Rails to Trails, commemorating both Canada's 150th as well as the reopening of the historic local railway tunnel.  There's truly something here for everyone, from great local music acts to the world's biggest rubber duckie!  Why?  Because why not!  

And while you're there, make sure to make time for...

2. Brockville Ribfest (August 10-13)

Just a short walk down the riverfront, the Brockville Ribfest will be going on concurrently to Rails to Trails.  This isn't just going to be one of the biggest and most mouth-watering Brockville events ever, it's also for a good cause!  Proceeds go to the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, helping Canadian youth while filling your tummy with the best in Canadian eats.

3. Downtown Funfest (August 19)

As if Rails to Trails weren't enough, just a week later we've got another great festival - Downtown Funfest on King St.   It's a day long street party, running from 9am to 4pm, full of music, shopping, and great family activities.  The shops will be running specials, and it'll be full of activities for the kids to enjoy.  Also, make sure to check out the great local farmers' market!

4. Red Hot & Blue Rockabilly Jam (August 31-Sept 3)

Rounding out August and heading into September will be one of Brockville's signature music festivals - the Rockabilly Jam!  This celebration of down-home Canadian culture doesn't just feature four straight days of DJs and live bands.  It's also a celebration of history, including a vintage market, car and clothing shows, and special exhibits at the nearby Brockville museum.  At Rockbilly Jam, you can go retro in a big way!

We're super-proud of our local culture here in Brockville, and we hope you can be a part of it.  Please contact us for more information about upcoming events!

 

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4 Great Ways to Explore Downtown Brockville This Summer

Summer is a wonderful time to get out and see what your area has to offer. Whether you are a native looking for great Stay-Cation ideas, or are an out of town visitor looking for wonderful Brockville shopping opportunities, these four ways to explore will have you feeling like a kid again.

  • Bicycles 

Bikes are a fantastic way to explore Downtown Brockville! Not only are they a quick and healthy way to see the many great sights we have to offer, but they also help reduce pollution and keep our area cleaner. Downtown Brockville has been certified as a bike friendly business area by Ontario by Bike, so bring your wheels, rent a set from the Dive Centre, or buy the perfect bike from Cranks Bicycle Shoppe today.

  • A Segway

These two wheeled rides will have you feeling like a kid again as you zip around the Downtown Brockville area. A Segway is a wonderful way to get around and see the many sights and shops. This summer, the coastal resort, Tall Ships Landing, will be offering Segway tours of the area, allowing you greater opportunity to explore, discover, and enjoy your Downtown Brockville!

  • Walking

Walking is not only good for you, it's good for the environment and the community. The next time you crave a bit of Downtown Brockville shopping, leave the wheels at home and stretch your legs instead. Throughout the area, small historical markers line the path, taking you on a self-guided tour. Brockville Tourism offers guided tours, such as Ghosts Walks, which allow you to see a side a Brockville you may not have seen before. Another option is to swing by the Brockville Museum, where they host a couple of great tours as well.

  • By Water 

Located on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Downtown Brockville offers visitors breathtaking views via the water. 1000 Islands Cruises, for example, offers both high speed and relaxed cruises around the area. For a closer look at the water's beauty, consider swinging by the Dive Shoppe to rent Canoes, Kayaks, and paddle boards. The Dive Shoppe also offers charters to the many islands which are great for picnics, snorkeling and more!

Visit Downtown Brockville Today!

Why wait? Grab your bike, lace up the sneakers, getting your feet wet, and see the wonderful Downtown Brockville area. For more information, please contact Downtown Brockville today!

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The 6 Types of Office Space for Rent in Downtown Brockville

Small businesses make up the bulk of Downtown Brockville and office space for rent in the area provides ample opportunities for other small businesses to set up shop and grow with the rest of the community. Situated on the bank of the St. Lawrence River, Downtown Brockville not only provides great shopping, but also beautiful views and rich history.

Combined with the supportive community, Downtown Brockville's many rental options are perfect for nurturing your business.

  1. Rent by the Room or by the Building

If you've ever dreamed of owning a small used bookstore, thrift shop, flower shop, or any type of small business, you will find the perfectly sized location to meet your needs. Whether you need just a single room to display your products, or the whole building for storage and display, Downtown Brockville has what you need. 

  1. Combination Property

Many buildings in the downtown area boast both residential and commercial uses, allowing the small business owners to supplement their business income by renting out the apartments on the top, while running their business on the ground floor. 

  1. Professional Office Space for Rent

First impressions can make or break customer confidence and loyalty. By inviting potential clients to a well-kept, quaint office in the beautiful Downtown area, you can better ensure that they will be confident in your services or products, while maintaining your productivity.

  1. Retail Space

Store fronts boasting a variety of fun, adorable, and unique items are iconic within Downtown Brockville. The retail space for rent allows you to beautifully display your items and entice shoppers into your store.

  1. Services Space

Salons, nail artists, tattoo artists, and instructors are all welcome within the business community of Downtown Brockville. Many rental properties in the area have the required features for many service centered businesses. Whether you are dreaming of opening your own salon, or if your dance school has outgrown your current building, downtown Brockville has the perfect option for you.

  1. Restaurants

No downtown area is complete without a selection of mouthwatering eateries. Rental properties with commercial kitchens, such as what you would expect for a cafe or family restaurant often include commercial grade appliances, reducing startup costs, and expediting opening day.

No matter your business, there is the perfect office space for rent in Downtown Brockville. To learn more, or to see listed properties, please contact Downtown Brockville today!

 

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Five Downtown Date Night Event Ideas in Brockville

Downtown Brockville is the perfect place to go if you’re looking to impress a new date or create a magical evening! Whether you’re looking for the classic “Dinner and a Show” date night or a unique way to spend time with that special someone, Brockville’s events and locations will have something for you!

Dinner

The first part of many date nights is going out to dinner; Downtown Brockville has a whole assortment of restaurants available for your liking. Brockville offers fancy restaurants, family restaurants, all the way down to restaurants that are perfect to go to if you’re looking for a quick bite to eat. Take a closer look at the restaurants Downtown Brockville has to offer.

Shows

After going to dinner, it’s show time! Brockville Arts Centre offers a whole assortment of entertainment and always has events available. These Brockville events range from movie screenings, live music, shows for all different tastes, trivia nights, and performing arts.

Drinks and Dessert

You can end your date by going out for drinks or dessert (or maybe even both). You can choose from a wide variety of locations to visit, and grab a sweet drink with your date in Downtown Brockville.

Spa Day

A spa day is the perfect way to relax with each other. Taking you and your date out to a spa day is a fantastic way for the both of you to pamper yourselves and bond. Looking for a spa to choose in Downtown Brockville? Click here to see your spa and salon options!

Book Stores

Looking for a unique date idea for that special someone? Go check out our Brockville Public Library and browse books together! Bonding over books with a fellow book worm is a great way to bond and learn more about each other; also, if you bring your library card with you, you can use your card at participating restaurants to get a discount on your meal when you go out to eat. You can also visit one of our great bookstores for even more reading options!

Visit Downtown Brockville Today

Downtown Brockville is filled with vibrant small businesses and people that are certain to make any date a hit. Contact us today for more information on Brockville events!

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Brockville Shopping Makes Prepping for Prom Ten Times Easier!

Prom is a very stressful event, especially if you’ve never been to prom before! There are so many different details that you have to plan and as the date gets closer, you may run into some last-minute problems. That’s okay, because Brockville shopping has you covered, no matter what special request you may have!

Dresses and Formal Wear

If you’re a female, dress shopping is the hardest part about prom. You have a specific idea of what you’re looking for in a dress, but pricing and fitting make that dream difficult. Brockville shopping has many prom dress and formal wear shops scattered throughout Brockville, giving you many opportunities to find your perfect dress or tuxedo!

Accessories

Whether you’re looking to add some sparkle to your dress or looking to add to your tux, finding the perfect accessory for your prom night won’t be a problem. Jewelry, shoes, makeup, and shapewear are all items that you can pick up at special shops in Brockville! No matter what your price range may be, you can certainly find the perfect accessories to add some flare to your prom night!

Floral Accessories

Want to surprise your date with a bouquet of their favorite flowers? Or maybe you just want to purchase your date a corsage or a boutonniere? Whatever your request is, Colonial flowers is here to make your prom night just a little bit less stressful. No matter if you’re on a last minute floral run or you’ve planned weeks ahead, the floral shops at Brockville shopping have your back.

Hair

If you’re looking for a last-minute trim, coloring, or an up-do, Brockville has you covered. There are many, many hair salons, and barbers all around downtown Brockville that are certain to give you an amazing experience. Just make sure that you call ahead of time to make an appointment so you can be served without a rush!

If you’re looking for more help planning your Brockville shopping for prom, contact us today!

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5 Benefits of Owning a Downtown Brockville Business

Currently, Downtown Brockville is home to more than 300 thriving businesses; from cozy cafes, to high end retailers, and everything in between. Owning a Brockville business in the downtown area provides business owners with several benefits.

  1. Be Part of Something Beautiful

    Downtown Brockville has many of the oldest, most beautiful shop fronts, and views of some of the designated Cultural Heritage Sites. Doing business in the downtown area allows businesses to be part of the rich history of the area, while taking advantage of both street and foot traffic. The beauty of the area is hard to ignore and will naturally flow into your store front or office area.

  2. A Cohesive Downtown Organization

    Part of the charm of a Downtown Brockville business is participating in local area events, such as beautification projects, Sidewalk Sales, and seasonal festivities. Business owners work together to create mutually beneficial projects, which effectively boosts the whole town’s sense of pride.

  3. A Community to be Proud of

    Brockville, though a popular travel destination thanks to the St. Lawrence River, still nurtures the local community. Organizations, such as our own Brockville Police, regularly hold events and community days designed to bring people together to celebrate things and learn something new. Owning a Brockville business opens more opportunities to get involved and make a difference in the local community.

  4. Opportunities for Growth

    Owning a small business in Downtown Brockville, provides owners with easy access to invaluable resources. You will enjoy the benefits of membership with Leeds Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre and the Thousand Island Community Development Corporation. These resources will provide you with the tools and information you need to grow your business and thrive with the rest of Downtown Brockville.

  5. A Share of Brockville's Flourishing Tourism Dollars

    Located on the St. Lawrence River, Brockville is a popular tourist destination. People from all over the world come to enjoy the sights, sounds, and history of the Thousand Island region, the Aquatarium, and the Brockville Arts Centre Heritage Theatre, just to name a few. As part of the wonderful community of Brockville businesses, you will benefit greatly from the tourism dollars that our historic Downtown area brings in each year.

Downtown Brockville is alive and vibrant with a wonderful community of small business owners looking out for one another. All it's missing is your business. Contact Downtown Brockville today for more information!

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Gluten-Friendly & Vegetarian Restaurants in Brockville

Gluten-Friendly and Vegetarian Restaurants in Brockville

Do you have special dietary needs, such as gluten allergies or a need for vegetarian options? There are still plenty of restaurants in Brockville to choose from! All of the following restaurants have both gluten-free/friendly and vegetarian options to make your dining choices easy.

1000 Islands Pizzeria
This unique combination of pizzeria and Greek restaurant has been a family-owned Brockville staple since 1970! They also have an amazing selection of appetizers and delicious sandwiches.

241 Pizza

At 241 Pizza you are able to get any medium-sized pizza with gluten-free crust!

 

A Taste of Italy the Mill

The Mill restaurant is located in one of the most stunning historical buildings in Brockville.  The Mill features a traditional Italian cuisine with a European flair.  The menu has several items that are vegetarian and gluten friendly.  Open for Lunch and Dinner and private parties.

Brimstone Wood Fired Pizza
If you're craving real wood-fired pizza, Brimstone Pizza is where it's at. Their options range from the traditional to the eclectic, and the staff makes every effort to accommodate dietary needs.

Brockberry Grill
The Brockberry Grill is a relaxed casual dining spot, known particularly for its range of creative salads and crepes. It's also available for reservations and special events.

Buell Street Bistro

The Buell Street Bistro features Canadian Cuisine with a Mediterranean flair! They offer a separate gluten-free menu. 

Georgian Dragon Pub
This traditional British-style pub offers up a wide variety of traditional pub foods, as well as one of the best breakfast\brunch menus in town!

Golden Gate Restaurant
The Golden Gate is the top buffet in Brockville, featuring a variety of Chinese, Szechuan, and Canadian specialties. If you don't see vegetarian\gluten-free options on the buffet, just ask!

Island Delight
This mixed Chinese/Thai restaurant is a long-time favorite, with fantastic stir-fry’s, curries, and egg noodle dishes. Tofu and other meat replacements available.

Kazuko Restaurant
The best spot in Brockville for Japanese and pan-Asian fusions, Kazuko offers a variety of specialties and dim sum, all prepared by a master Japanese chef.

Nakhon Thai Express
This family-owned restaurant features the most authentic Thai in town, and a head chef who has worked around the world. Try their excellent combo meals for a great sampler!

O'Mally Kourt Fudgery

There's no shortage of food options at O'Mally Kourt Fudgery. This includes gluten-free fudge, a line of gluten-free breads, and gluten-free meals to take home!

Shawarma Garden
The first and only restaurant in Brockville featuring Lebanese cuisine, Shawarma Garden is a true treat. A wide variety of vegetarian options makes this a great animal-friendly choice.

Spitfire Cafe
While the retro-themed Spitfire has an inclusive menu, they specialize in great gluten-free and vegetarian dishes. It's a must-visit!

Tait's Bakery
Don't be put off by the name - Tait's Bakery still offers gluten-free options, with a great selection of yummy baked treats.

Tall Ships Waterfront Grille

With a stunning view of the St. Lawrence River, Tall Ships offers an elegant dining experience. They have an expansive menu and are happy to accommodate gluten-free guests.

Tandoori Mint
Brockville's top Indian restaurant serves a wide variety of vegetarian dishes, all deliciously authentic and exotic.

The Union Jack Pub
Take a step into Britain at the Union Jack, with a variety of pub foods and gluten-free/vegetarian options available on request.

For more information about Downtown Brockville, please contact us today!

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Celebrate Canada 150!

Time to get in the spirit!

Downtown Brockville is gearing up to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday! There are plenty of events, programs, contests, and ways for you to get involved.

Spend some time taking in 150 years of the area’s history with the Brockville Museum.  For the 150 days leading up to July 1st, the Brockville Museum will be sharing an interesting tidbit about our past on their social media. You can also check out the digital exhibit here.

Really get into the spirit by hosting a Canada 150 event!  If you have an event already planned, or an interesting idea for one, simply connect with the Brockville Tourism office to have your event included in local event listings.  Have cherry and vanilla popsicles, sing some Tragically Hip, play pin the tail on the moose – get creative!

Check back here for more events and initiatives throughout the year!

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September 8, 2017
Brockville Downtown Business Improvement Area, dedicated to helping small businesses thrive, has announced that a well-established turn-key business is for sale in downtown Brockville. Brockville,
August 30, 2017
With school starting up, now is the time to take advantage of all the great opportunities in Downtown Brockville. From looking towards the future, saving those loonies, and keeping your
August 3, 2017
Welcome back!  We're continuing to look at some of our most influential thought leaders and entrepreneurs who are responsible for the amazing Brockville restaurants, shopping, and cultural