northumberland photography club


The Northumberland Photography Club was formed to provide an opportunity for members of the community with a wide range of experience and interest to come together regularly to share, learn, and develop photographic skills in an environment that is mutually supportive and committed to exploring the creative and documentary potential of photography.

2017/18 Themes and Programs

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First Monday of every month, September through June (Except deferred a week for holidays)

At 7:00 p.m. at the Salvation Army Church Gymnasium, 59 Ballantine Street, Cobourg, Ontario.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for coffee.

Please join us for the Northumberland Photography Club's holiday dinner and get together!

  • December 11th, 2017
  • Reception 5:30pm, Dinner 6:30pm, After dinner bar service until 10:30pm
  • Buffet Dinner & Cash bar
  • Slide show. Throughout the evening, we will be showing the NPC December slideshow
  • Barrier free access

Please make your payment via the "add to Cart" PayPal button.

Cost: $36.00 per person. Ticket includes buffet dinner, tax & staff tips.

Important: Once you have paid, please go to the Woodlawn site here to reserve your space and provide any special instructions. Your reservation is complete once you have paid and made a reservation at the Woodlawn.

The Woodlawn site also has the menu and a link back to this page.


On April 20, 2017, Northumberland News published the article below.  Written by Karen Longwell This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

A year in the life of Cobourg

COBOURG - Capturing the Canada 150 events in Cobourg should be a snap for the Northumberland Photography Club.

The club accepted the task from the Town of Cobourg to photograph the Canada 150 events throughout 2017, said the club's president Raymond Williams.

"The idea is to capture a year in the life of Cobourg for 2017;” said Williams.

Club members have already begun the busy task with the town's two big Canada 150 events early this year - the Ontario Curling Championships and the 2017 Ontario 55+ Winter Games, said Williams. Up next is the RBC Cup National Jr. A Hockey Champion­ship. There are about 50 to 60 events to cover throughout the year.

David O'Rourke has provided an update of the Outings planned for the first half of 2017.

  • Sunday, March 19th – The Beach Area, Toronto
  • Saturday, March 25th – Tour of Queen’s Park, Toronto
  • Saturday, April 8th – Port Hope’s “Float Your Fanny Down the Ganny”
  • Saturday, April 15th – CANCELLED -- Waterfall Tour of Prince Edward County -- CANCELLED
  • Wednesday, April 12th - Nuevo Norte Alpaca Farm, Colborne
  • Saturday, May 13th - Sunday May 21st – RBC Cup at Cobourg Community Centre (A Cobourg Celebrates Canada 150 Event)
  • Friday, May 19th - Haute Goat Farm, Port Hope
  • Tuesday, May 23rd - Presqu'ile Park, Brighton
  • Sunday, May 28th – Century Game Park (Bison & Elk) and the Warkworth Lilac Festival Photo Exhibit
  • Late May/Early June (Date TBA) – Plane Watching at Pearson International Airport
  • Saturday, June 3rd – Highway of Heroes Motorcycle Ride and Rally, Port Hope
  • Sunday, June 4th – Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington
  • Saturday, June 17th – Cobourg Highland Games (A Cobourg Celebrates Canada 150 Event)
  • Sunday, June 25th – Toronto Harbour Boat Tour
  • Saturday, July 1st – Cobourg Canada Day Parade and Waterfront Festival (A Cobourg Celebrates Canada 150 Event)

Also, be sure to go look at the outings photos here.


Many club members participated in the CLiC Photo Show in Picton on July 23 to Aug 7, 2016.  This year, in addition to the Winners’ Gallery, they now have their complete 2016 Gallery on-line. 

Go here: CLiC Photo Show: Home


At the AGM in June 2016, a new board was elected. The outgoing board members were thanked and the new members introduced.

The new board (as of April 2017) is:

  2015/16 2016/17
President Howard Goodfellow Ray Williams
Vice President Larry Keeley Larry Keeley
Program Director Patricia Calder Jeannie Gane
Oureach Director
Jeannie Gane Doug Johnson
Technical Director John Glover John Glover
Membership Director Chloe Craig Donna Edmonds
Treasurer Bill Hornbostle Stan Kicak
Outings Director David O'Rourke David O'Rourke
Secretary Sandra Peters Sandra Peters
Communications Director Bob Robertson Bob Robertson