QUINTE BALLET SCHOOL OF CANADA
196 Palmer Road, 
Belleville
Ontario, Canada K8P 4E1
613-962-9274

Fax: 613.962.9275

Cover Photo Credits:  Kareem Byfield

CATHERINE TAYLOR
Artistic Director
artisticdirector@quinteballetschool.com


JANE GARDNER
General Manager
generalmanager@quinteballetschool.com


DESIRÉE BOTTING  
Assistant to the Artistic Director
info@quinteballetschool.com
ext. 21

HELEN WELLS
Recreation Division & QBSC Promotions Coordinator
recreation@quinteballetschool.com
ext. 23

TERESA ALLEN
Evening & Saturday Admin Assistant
reception@quinteballetschool.com
ext. 36

WENDY WARD
Finance
finance@quinteballetschool.com

STEVEN NUNES
Maintenance
ext. 26


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

OFFICERS

Christina Taylor … Chair
Anya-Deane Best … Vice-Chair & Secretary
Dan Atkinson … Treasurer
Shaune Lightfoot … Member
Jennifer Keilty-Friesen … Member

Ex-Officio Members

Catherine Taylor, Artistic Director
Jane Gardner, General Manager
Brian Scott, Artistic Director Emeritus
Helen Kelly, Guild Representative


QUINTE REGION & LINKS

Quinte Ballet School of Canada is well situated in Ontario’s charming and diverse Bay of Quinte region, an area offering students and families all the amenities and opportunities that nurture both youth and adults in a safe and connected community. Identified as one of the best areas in Canada in which to live, it is rich with history and a thriving industrial sector.  There is much to recommend a visit to enjoy magnificent beaches, live theatre, farm markets, OHL hockey with the Belleville Senators, plus some of Ontario’s best golf courses.

Conveniently located off Hwy #401, Belleville itself serves a population base of over 155,000 people.  Thus, its facilities and services are on par with those of a much larger community.  Fine dining, cinemas, a variety of shops and a thriving arts community, the area is also a destination of choice for outdoor fun – skiing, boating, fishing, hiking and camping. QBSC is just minutes away from the Bay Bridge which is the gateway to Prince Edward County with its numerous artisan studios, wineries, craft breweries, and world famous Sandbanks Provincial Park beaches.

The region boasts many performance venues such as Pinnacle Playhouse – home of the Belleville Theatre Guild, the Regent Theatre in Picton, Festival Players of Prince Edward County and the nearby Stirling Festival Theatre. Belleville’s landmark Empire Theatre offers concerts, film and stage productions with world class artists. Westben in Campbellford delights with jazz, and the Quinte Symphony offer the perfect solution for those who enjoy classical music.

Driving Distances from…

Toronto – 188 km – 2 hrs
Kingston – 82 km – 55 mins
Ottawa – 272 km – 2 hrs 50 mins
Montreal – 363 km – 3 hrs 49 mins

BELLEVILLE INFORMATION
PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY INFORMATION
QUINTE WEST INFORMATION