LOCAL EVENTS

SEP 20 - SEP 22
SEP 20 - SEP 22
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50+ Rock 'n Roll Fitness Studio, 736 Mona Drive
I've been rockin' & rollin' for over 50 years in fitness, began at the local YMCA in 1965 . Now specializing in: Walking to the Beat - 50+Rock'n Roll Fitness Our 50+ year olds enjoy moving to classic rock and roll favourites that increase mobility by gently developing overall wellness and prevent injuries. We have fun, build stamina, stay active, and feel good. Full-body one-hour group programme combines walking, basic foot patterns, stretching, strengthening and a rest and relaxation to cool down - completing with a group sing-a-long. LOCATION: 50+ Rock 'n Roll Fitness Studio, 736 Mona Drive Time:Tuesday and Thursday mornings,9:30 am and 11:00 Contact (613) 389-6540, email: fitness4rocknrollers.com
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JAN 13 - APR 07
JAN 13 - APR 07
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Sydenham St. United Church
The Cantabile Choirs of Kingston launches its newest choir, the Primary Choir, for ages 6 and 7 beginning on Friday January 13, 2017. (Don't fear; it will be a day charmed with good luck!) The choir will run the same time as the Junior Choir 4:15-5:15. Join in a sing-along, action songs, circles songs and sheer fun! Register NOW by contacting the office at info@cantabilechoirs.net or (613) 549-0099.
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JAN 18 - MAR 31
JAN 18 - MAR 31
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170 Queen Street, Kingston ON
Dresses4Prom has launched their 2017 dress drive. They are collecting new and gently used prom dresses to be distributed to grade 12 girls in need in the Kingston and surrounding area. Their goal is to collect 150 dresses by March 31st. If you have that special dress , please drop it off at Corus Ent. 170 Queen Street. For monetary donations, please email them at dresses4prom@hotmail.com. Donate a dress, help create a memory! The Cataraqui Centre (guest services) is our second drop off location, but the collection starts FEB 1st at that location.
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JAN 18 - FEB 22
JAN 18 - FEB 22
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785 Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd, Unit 7A, Kingston, ON, Canada
Every Wednesday from January 18 to February 22, the Kingston Symphony's Volunteer Committee will be accepting donations for all of their fall sales including the Vinyl Records Sale, the Fall Book Fair, the Nearly New Sale, and All Things Christmas! Put your clutter to good use! Warehouse Wednesdays will begin on January 18 and will continue every Wednesday up until February 22 between the hours of 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event will be held at the Kingston Symphony Warehouse, located at 785 Sir John A. Macdonald Boulevard, Unit 7A. The fundraising sales run by the Volunteer Committee support the work of the Kingston Symphony Association and provide financial awards to youth studying music in the Kingston region.
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FEB 04 - FEB 26
FEB 04 - FEB 26
Canadian Tire, Bath Road, Kingston, ON, Canada
Rideau Trail Association of Kingston-Upcoming Hikes February 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 25, 26 Hikes are lead by qualified hike leaders. For additional information regarding the meeting times and where hikes will take place refer to our website. www.rideautrail.org No fee is charged for the hikes except gas fee and possible park fee, depending on hike location. We encourage people to join our group for a one-year individual membership of $25.
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FEB 21
FEB 21
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Isabel Turner Library 935 Gardiners Rd, Kingston, ON K7M 9A9
Bring Your Thing is a series of free pop-up museums to celebrate Canada 150. The next event is at the Isabel Turner Branch of Kingston Frontenac Public Library, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017 As part of the Kingston's Canada 150th celebrations, you are invited to bring any object you think relates to the theme "What's Your Story?" Bring your favourite book, your go-to conversation piece or any item that inspires a story, then display that item and share. Learn the untold stories of Kingston's heritage through the objects of others. Local storytelling expert Selina Chiarelli will be sharing tips on how to tell the best story (selinachiarelli.com) and Charly Chiarelli, veteran storyteller and actor, will share his personal tale. See artifacts from local collections, including from the Marine Museum and the local histories and genealogy collection of Kingston Frontenac Public Library. If you can't make the event, you can follow along on facebook, twitter & Instagram @kingstonmuseums and the hashtag #BYTKingston to share your "What's Your Story" items. 
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FEB 22
FEB 22
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Kingston, Ontario
Kids witness bullying everyday. They want to help, but they don’t know how. Teach them how to stop bullying and be more than a bystander- Be Kind  - The Message is Simple, the Impact is Big!  Boys and Girls Club Pink Shirt Day is February 22nd. Order your shirt today www.bgckingtston.ca  in partnerhship with Karwartha Credit Union.
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FEB 22
FEB 22
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Ambassador Hotel & Conference Centre, Princess Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
St. Lawrence College Employment Service presents YGK Job Fair. Looking for a job? Let us connect you with employers who are hiring! Bring copies of your resume and be prepared to meet with a variety of local employers. 
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FEB 22
FEB 22
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Kingston City Hall, Ontario Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
Celebrating local community projects to mark Canada's 150th! Join us as we award Canada 150 grants to enable local charities to undertake special projects in Kingston over the coming year to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation. When: Wednesday Feb. 22nd @ 4pm Where: Memorial Hall, City Hall, 216 Ontario Street This special granting opportunity has been made possible thanks to a partnership with Community Foundations of Canada and the City of Kingston. Through the Community Fund for Canada's 150th we are funding local projects connected to Canada's 150th, that: ENCOURAGE participation in community activities and events to mark Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation; INSPIRE a deeper understanding about the people, places and events that shape our country and our communities; and, BUILD vibrant and healthy communities with the broadest possible engagement of all Canadians, including Indigenous peoples, groups that reflect our cultural diversity, youth, and official language minorities. Come and find out what great projects will be funded here in Kingston to mark Canada's sesquicentennial and have a meaningful impact in our community. RSVP by clicking the event URL or calling the Community Foundation office at 613.546.9696 Event Location: Kingston City Hall, Memorial Hall 216 Ontario Street
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FEB 22
FEB 22
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Trinity United Church, 2170 Unity Road, Elginburg
Should Your Trees be Worried? - Forests in the 21st Century. Hosted by the Ontario Woodlot Association, Limestone Chapter. First in a series on how to get the most out of forests and woodlots. 7pm at Trinity United Church, 2170 Unity Road in Elginburg, north of Kingston. Contact David at 613-373-9334 or owalimestone@gmail.com
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FEB 22
FEB 22
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Church of The Good Shepherd, 46 Cowdy Street, Kingston ON
This a great opportunty for members of the community to learn about Habitat for Humanity's exciting plans for 2017,  become members of the  Build Committee, or join our amazing volunteer crew!
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FEB 24
FEB 24
Renaissance Hall Event Venue, 285 Queen Street, Kingston ON
Melos presents A Venetian Carnevale Fundraiser! Enjoy a masked evening of Carnevale entertainment, with period music, food, drink, and a Silent Auction of Talents and Experiences. Friday, February 24th, at 7:30 pm, at the Renaissance Hall Event Venue, 285 Queen Street, Kingston K7K 1B7. Tickets $50. information available on the NEW website: melos-earlymusic.org, or from holly.gwynnetimothy@gmail.com, 613-767-7245
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FEB 25
FEB 25
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Balsam Grove School, 85 Grosvenor Court
In partnership with the City of Kingston and United Way KFL&A, Ongwanada are launching a new support group for caregivers of individuals with developmental disabilities. The group will meet monthly from 9:30 a.m - 11 a.m. at Balsam Grove School located at eighty-five Grosvenor Court starting February 25. Respite Support will be provided to ensure Caregivers can fully benefit from the support group while their loved one with developmental disabilities is being properly supported. Any developmental service caregiver is welcome. Call Monika Cook today for information at 6 1 3 - 5 3 2 - 9 4 0 2 or visit Ongwanada.com.
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FEB 25
FEB 25
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 96, Park Street, Brockville, ON, Canada
Put on your dancing shoes and join us for an afternoon of music with "Neil Carter" in the lower lounge at the Brockville Legion from 1-5 pm. Everyone welcome. No cover charge. (19+)
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FEB 25
FEB 25
Bethel Church-Kingston 314 Johnson Street Kingston, ON
nightlight Canada is encouraging Kingston residents to bundle up and raise cold, hard cash for The Coldest Night of the Year Walk. A family-friendly winter fundraising event for Kingston's homeless, hungry and hurting, the WALK takes place on the evening of February 25, 2017. Thousands of participants will be taking part in the walk in an anticipated 100 cities across Canada. By walking together in the chill of the night, participants will better understand the experience of being on the streets during a cold Canadian winter, while raising funds to aid the work of nightlight Canada which is providing much-needed support to members of our community. The Kingston WALK begins and ends at Bethel Church, located at 314 Johnson Street, where walkers will register, turn in the results of their fundraising efforts, and return at the end of the evening for a warm celebration meal. Donning iconic blue toques, participants will walk a 2km, 5km or 10km route, and will warm up with toasty drinks at rest stops along the way. This is nightlight Canada's Fifth year taking part in the Coldest Night of the Year, and they’re aiming to raise $45,000 for their work with the homeless in Kingston. An expected 175 walkers and 35 teams, including staff and friends of nightlight are expected to brave the cold winter's night. Community sponsors include The Mansion. nightlight Canada has been serving Kingston for Five years, and the funds raised in the Coldest Night of the Year will benefit their clients in a time of the year known historically for low levels of giving.
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FEB 25 - FEB 26
FEB 25 - FEB 26
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Renaissance Event Venue, Queen Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
It’s time to enjoy a night of elegance and mystery at the annual Next Gen Masquerade! Join us on Saturday, February 25th, 2017 from 8:00pm to 1:00am at the Renaissance Event Venue for a memorable night out. Slip into semi-formal attire, add a mask and get ready for a night of dancing, cocktails, appetizers, prizes and a little intrigue! Get your tickets before January 31st, and take advantage of the early bird special pricing of $30. Advance tickets will go up to $35 after January 31st, so don’t miss out! Get your tickets today!
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FEB 25
FEB 25
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The RCHA Club 193 Ontario Street, Kingston, ON
An evening of music and dancing with a 10-piece band, featuring a 6-piece horn section and vocals by Michael K. Myers
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FEB 26
FEB 26
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The Box. H’Art Centre, 267 Wellington Street, Kingston
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FEB 26
FEB 26
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St. George's Cathedral 270 King Street East Kingston, ON K7L 3B1
This Kingston Chamber Choir concert will be a celebration of Black history in Black History Month and will feature the Requiem by Maurice Duruflé. In a salute to black history, baritone Jorell Williams will perform spirituals and the choir will perform a selection of works by composers of colour. Local author and researcher Judith Brown will honour us with stories of early Black settlement in the Kingston area. This will be Jorell's debut with the KCC. Also appearing are Erin Lawson, mezzo, and Matthew Larkin, organ. The concert will be presented by Scarthingmoor Farms. A fundraising dinner will follow the concert a short walk from the cathedral at Olivea Restaurant. Dinner tickets in advance at: kingstonchamberchoir.ca There will be a silent auction of a painting by Kingston artist Grace George
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FEB 27 - MAR 03
FEB 27 - MAR 03
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Kingston, Ontario
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FEB 27 - MAR 01
FEB 27 - MAR 01
Smitty's, Princess Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
In honour of Shrove Tuesday (February 28, 2017) otherwise known as Pancake Tuesday, Smitty’s is holding their 19th Annual Pancake Days in Kingston. A special all you can eat, all day pancake breakfast for only $8.69 will be available at Smitty’s all day Monday, February 27, Tuesday, February 28 and Wednesday, March 1. For every order purchased, Smitty’s will donate the entire $8.69 to Easter Seal Kids. In addition, on Shrove Tuesday, the serving staff at Smitty’s will graciously contribute all of their tips the day. The management and staff at Smitty’s would like to invite the residents of Kingston to join them in helping this worthwhile cause! Come into Smitty’s on February, 27, 28 and March 1 and enjoy an endless stack of the World’s Greatest Pancakes! In the past 18 years Smitty’s has raised $64,000 for Easter Seal kids.
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FEB 28
FEB 28
Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc., 541 Palace Rd, Kingston, ON K7L 4T6, Canada
This is our first of a four part Proactive Women Health Workshop series. Come join Naturopathic Doctor Dr. Angela Hunt ND and Physiotherapist Christine Campbell as they discuss different aspects of women's health over the coming months. The first workshop "Strong Heart & Healthy Weight" will touch on an often overlooked issue in women's health- heart disease. Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of women in Canada? This talk is great for those concerned about heart issues, healthy weight, or who have a significant family history of heart disease. We will explore hormonal aspects of heart disease, and discuss cholesterol, diet, and exercise plans. We are asking for a $5 donation for each workshop. All the proceeds will be going to Dress for Success here in Kingston. We will be serving hot tea and providing handouts for each workshop. Come join us and be empowered. Space is limited, registration is required. Please call 613-547-5442 to sign up today!
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MAR 02
MAR 02
56 Francis Street, Kingston ON
Julie Daniluk: The Hot Detox Plan Thursday March 2, 2:00pm. Location: 56 Francis Street. Registered Holistic Nutritionist and bestselling author Julie Daniluk, talks about her new book: Hot Detox.  Learn how to cleanse your body and heal your gut with warming, anti-inflammatory foods. Generously sponsored by Tara Natural Foods and Nature’s Way. Advance tickets only. $7/person. Available at the Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St.
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MAR 02 - MAR 18
MAR 02 - MAR 18
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Domino Theatre, Church Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
A year in the life of Chelm, the village of fools legendary in Jewish folklore. Outsider Yosef falls in love with another outsider and watches in fear as the "Chelmniks" prepare for a Cossack attack Tickets available at: The Grand Theatre box office 613-530-2050 Online at: www.kingstongrand.ca Or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance if tickets available (please note: cash only at the door) Seniors and members $16 at the door Thursdays only. Adults: $20 Students: $10 Children: $10 Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights 7:30 p.m.
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MAR 03 - MAR 11
MAR 03 - MAR 11
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St. Lawrence College, Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston, ON, Canada
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MAR 04
MAR 04
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Kingston Gospel Temple, 2295 Princess Street, Kingston, ON
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MAR 04
MAR 04
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376 Wallbridge Loyalist Road, Bellevile, ON
Join us on Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 11am - 4pm! Enjoy a bowl of gourmet soup and hand-crafted bowl for $20, or enjoy soup only for $8. All proceeds support local food banks. Local art/craft vendor fair as well!
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MAR 04
MAR 04
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Kingston Yacht Club, Maitland Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
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MAR 06
MAR 06
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Odessa Fairgrounds, Odessa ON
ALL WELCOME!! Interested in showing your horse or pony (english, western, halter, performance and games) or just helping out with the club? Very FAMILY and BEGINNER friendly! Affordable! Come out and join the discussion of how we want to see the club be run. Coffee and snacks provided.
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MAR 08
MAR 08
Belleville Public Library and John M. Parrott Art Gallery, Pinnacle Street, Belleville, ON, Canada
Special Event: International Women’s Day March 8, 2017 beginning at 4:30 pm International Women’s Day is March 8th. This year, the Belleville International Women’s Day Committee is pleased to welcome Katherine Govier of the Shoe Project. Ms. Govier will be speaking about her project which empowers immigrant women to write their stories through the theme of their shoes. On March 8th, join us at 4:30 at the Library for the annual Women’s Day March through downtown, followed by refreshments and social hour at 5:00, and a talk by Ms. Govier at 6:00 pm! Bring your friends and family and help us celebrate women around the world! No registration is required for this free event. For more information call 613-968-6731 x2237.
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MAR 11
MAR 11
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Queen's University New Medical School
The Queen's University Blood Team has actively been promoting blood, stem cell, and organ donation for over ten years. On Saturday, March 11, QUBT will be hosting its first ever QHEARTT (Queen's Healthcare, Education, Awareness and Research on Transplants and Transfusions) Symposium in the New Medical Building at Queen's University! The goal of the event is to bring together bright minds and interested students to learn about blood, stem cell, and organ donation. The event will consist of a series of talks from various speakers, including Dr. John Matthews and Dr. David Lillicrap. The event will include a light lunch, a networking period, and a raffle.  
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MAR 11
MAR 11
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Queen's University Athletic Centre, Kingston ON
Motionball is an organization that raises funds and awareness for Special Olympics Canada. On March 11th, Special Olympic athletes from the Kingston area will be joining Queen's University Varsity teams to participate in a friendly sports tournament. It is expected that 200 people will be attending this event. 
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MAR 11
MAR 11
St. George's Cathedral, Wellington Street, Kingston ON
Kingston organist and conductor David Cameron turns eighty this year. Last fall also marked the fiftieth anniversary of his moving to work in Kingston. So as he says, “How does a musician celebrate? With music, of course!” He and many of his friends will celebrate with a concert at St. George’s Cathedral, Saturday, March 11, at 4:30—with a birthday-party reception to follow, of course. Admission will be by donation to Lunch by George, money or non-perishable food. Lunch by George is a 34-year-old program for those in need, providing coffee and a hot lunch, five days a week: last year it served over 12,000 lunches. The March 11 concert will involve a choir, a string orchestra, chamber ensembles, and several soloists. Well-known participants will include St. George’s Music Director Michael Capon, Holly Gwynne-Timothy, now Artistic Director of Melos, and David Cameron’s wife, the pianist Fran Harkness. The program will be partly a retrospective of music Dr. Cameron has composed over his fifty years in Kingston, and partly a wide-ranging selection ofother music, from the Renaissance to the present. Born and educated in Toronto, David Cameron came to Kingston in 1966 as Music Director at Chalmers United Church. When Queen’s began its Bachelor of Music program in autumn 1969, he taught pipe organ and other subjects, work he continued for forty years. He was also the founding director of the Pro Arte Singers, in the 1970’s, and of the Melos Choir and Period Instruments. For further information call or email Fran Harkness at 613-549-7125 or <harknessfran@gmail.com>
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MAR 11
MAR 11
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Cooke's-Portsmouth United Church, 200 Norman Rogers Drive, Kingston, ON K7M 2R4
Saturday 11 March 7:30 pm. Got the Winter blues? "All Spirits Rise" and yours will too, when the 100-strong Open Voices Community Choir presents songs from the Spiritual tradition! Featuring guest conductor Ian Juby (Chorus Master of Kingston Choral Society, Capitol Men's Chorus, and so many local musical theatre shows). Tickets: $15 ($5 under 18) at Brian's Record Option, Long & McQuade (formerly Renaissance Music), Limestone Music, online at http://www.openvoices.ca/tickets/ through Paypal, from Choir members, and one hour before the concert at Cooke's-Portsmouth United Church, 200 Norman Rogers Drive, Kingston, ON K7M 2R4. Supported by Ontario Trillium Foundation. Wheelchair Accessible.
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MAR 18 - APR 13
MAR 18 - APR 13
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Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning 370 King Street West Kingston, Ontario K7L 2X4
The Kingston Fibre Artists' annual show and sale, Art Threads, showcases new work by the artists, including fibre art created primarily with paper. You are warmly invited to meet the artists at the Opening Reception at the Tett's Community Gallery on Saturday, March 18 from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. KFA members have been creating contemporary textile art and exhibiting together for the past 20 years. Art Threads is made possible by the generous support of the Ballytobin Foundation. For more information, please visit http://kingstonfibreartists.ca/
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MAR 18
MAR 18
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Royal Canadian Legion Branch 96, 180 Park Street, Brockville, ON, Canada
Mixed Triples Dart Tournament in support of Youth Darts & MS being held on Saturday March 18/17 from 9am-6pm in the Upper Lounge at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 96 in Brockville. 2 men 1 lady or 2 ladies 1 man. 20$ per person 60$ per team. Half paid out to youth darts/MS an half to winners hoping to get 20 teams prize money depending on amount of teams. 50/50 draw an silent auction. Bar will be open at 11 downstairs dart play is upstairs. Pizza or food will be there for sale. Please contact Ron Neddo at 613-865-8682. Please come out an support these 2 great charity's. Registration between 9:00 to 9:45 play starts at 10:00. Please notify me by no later then March 17th of your team so I have the amount of teams playing. Thank you.
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MAR 21
MAR 21
Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc., 541 Palace Rd, Kingston, ON K7L 4T6, Canada
This is our second of a four part Proactive Women Health Workshop series. Come join Physiotherapist Christine Campbell and Naturopathic Doctor Dr. Angela Hunt ND as they discuss different aspects of women's health over the coming months. This workshop is focused on "Energy, Fatigue & Sleep" and how that relates to your overall wellbeing. This talk is great for those who are looking to boost their energy, as we will cover many practical tools that you can easily implement into your daily life. We will explain the physical, hormonal and mental-emotional connections to energy and sleep. We are asking for a $5 donation for each workshop. All the proceeds will be going to Dress for Success in Kingston. We will be serving hot tea and providing handouts for each workshop. Come join us and be empowered. Space is limited, registration is required. Please call 613-547-5442 to sign up today!
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APR 01
APR 01
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Prost Bowling Centre, Kingston, ON, Canada
Kawartha Credit Union Bowl For Kids Sake 2017 Bowl For Kids, Eh? Are you ready to celebrate Canada’s big 150? Well wait no more, the celebration begins on April 1st, at Prost Bowling Centre! Sign up your team and show your pride for being a part of this great nation. Pick a Canadian theme and prove that you and your team are the most patriotic out there.
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APR 08
APR 08
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Bath Public School, 247 Church St, Bath, ON, Canada
Come check out the AMAZING deals on gently used children's clothes, footwear, sports equipment, toys, games, books, movies, infant supplies, maternity wear and more! More info. about selling, donating or volunteering contact countrygirlj73@gmail.com
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APR 08
APR 08
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Thousand Islands Secondary School, Parkedale Avenue, Brockville, ON, Canada
Easter Vendor and Crafter Event in support of Multiple Sclerosis and Autism on Saturday April 8/17 from 10am-4pm at Thousand Islands Secondary School in Brockville. Half the proceeds going to Multiple Sclerosis which is a Neurological Disorder with no known cure and half to our local ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) Program which helps Families whose children are affected by ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) to cope with every day challenges children with ASD face. They are a Government Funded Program with very little funding so with the money raised they can purchase new books, IPads, Learning tools, etc. This event will be held in Gym D, Hallways and the grade 7 & 8 Activity Room. **ACCESS TO THIS EVENT WILL BE AT THE BACK DOORS OF THE SCHOOL WHERE BUSES DROP STUDENTS OFF**. We will have lots of local Vendors and Crafters as well as a 50/50 Draw & Silent Auction. We will also have Hot Spot BBQ from the Brockville Farmers Market Bbq'ing all day as well as complim entary coffee. Please join Marina and I to help 2 great causes. Easter Vendor and Crafter Event in support of Multiple Sclerosis and Autism on Saturday April 8/17 from 10am-4pm at Thousand Islands Secondary School in Brockville. Half the proceeds going to Multiple Sclerosis which is a Neurological Disorder with no known cure and half to our local ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) Program which helps Families whose children are affected by ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) to cope with every day challenges children with ASD face. They are a Government Funded Program with very little funding so with the money raised they can purchase new books, IPads, Learning tools, etc. This event will be held in Gym D, Hallways and the grade 7 & 8 Activity Room. **ACCESS TO THIS EVENT WILL BE AT THE BACK DOORS OF THE SCHOOL WHERE BUSES DROP STUDENTS OFF**. We will have lots of local Vendors and Crafters as well as a 50/50 Draw & Silent Auction. We will also have Hot Spot BBQ from the Brockville Farmers Market Bbq'ing all day as well as complimentary coffee. Please join Marina and I to help 2 great causes. 
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APR 20
APR 20
Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc., 541 Palace Rd, Kingston, ON K7L 4T6, Canada
This is our third of a four part Proactive Women Health Workshop series. Come join Physiotherapist Christine Campbell and Naturopathic Doctor Dr. Angela Hunt ND as they discuss different aspects of women's health over the coming months. This workshop is focused on chronic pain, arthritis prevention and bone health. One of the primary reasons for a lower quality of life is chronic pain, come learn how to prevent and treat chronic pain naturally. We will also discuss different approaches to managing and preventing osteoarthritis and how to promote bone health. We are asking for a $5 donation for each workshop. All the proceeds will be going to Dress for Success in Kingston. We will be serving hot tea and providing handouts for each workshop. Come join us and be empowered. Space is limited, registration is required. Please call 613-547-5442 to sign up today!
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APR 28
APR 28
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Vimy Officer's Mess, Princess Royal Avenue, Kingston, ON, Canada
Canadians for Women in Afghanistan [C4WA – Kingston chapter] is a volunteer-based, non-religious organization and registered Canadian charity whose mission is to support women and children in Afghanistan. We are one chapter of 12 across the country. Together our organization has raised over 7 million dollars and educated more than 50,000 girls in Afghanistan by hiring teachers and supporting other projects. Currently, we are training teachers at a rate of 1,000 per year, which provides enormous benefit for thousands of children. We believe that our work aligns with Canada’s support of Afghanistan and offers a tangible way for ordinary Canadians to make contributions to Afghanistan, building on the traction so hard won over the past 16 years. The Kingston Chapter has raised over $222,000.00 to date.
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APR 29
APR 29
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James R. Henderson Public School, 361 Roosevelt Drive, Kingston, ON K7M 4AB
Steps for Life - Walking for Families of Workplace Tragedy is a fun, 5-km fundraising walk to help support families affected by life-altering workplace injuries, illnesses and deaths. It’s a unique way to educate your community about the devastating ripple effects of a workplace tragedy and how we can work together to prevent others from being injured or killed on the job. You can make a difference too.
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MAY 06
MAY 06
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St. Lawrence College, Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston, ON, Canada
This community event is intended to bring education, resources and support to the Kingston and Surrounding Communities affected by diabetes. Our event is open to the general public. The Canadian Diabetes Association will highlight our organization's commitment to the fight against diabetes; provide information about how to prevent, delay or manage diabetes to those who need it; and showcase available products and services to a very targeted and engaged audience of people living with diabetes. Our symposium will include: o Expert keynote speaker(s) o Information sessions on a variety of self-management topics o A tradeshow featuring information about diabetes-related products and health information from partner organizations and exhibitors o Experiential components such as cooking demonstrations, fitness activities and risk assessments For more information please contact: betsy.lake@diabetes.ca and/or linda.rodgers@diabetes.ca
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MAY 16
MAY 16
Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc., 541 Palace Rd, Kingston, ON K7L 4T6, Canada
This is our fourth of a four-part Proactive Women Health Workshop series. Come join Physiotherapist Christine Campbell and Naturopathic Doctor Dr. Angela Hunt ND as they discuss different aspects of women's health over the coming months. This workshop is focused on "Stress & Wellbeing." Do you know the signs of adrenal fatigue and how it can impact your daily life? Join us to learn about many practical, natural ways to reduce your stress and boost your daily living. We are asking for a $5 donation for each workshop. All the proceeds will be going to Dress for Success in Kingston. We will be serving hot tea and providing handouts for each workshop. Come join us and be empowered. Space is limited, registration is required. Please call 613-547-5442 to sign up today!
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MAY 27 - JUN 10
MAY 27 - JUN 10
154 Cannifton Road North, Cannifton, ON, Canada, K0K 1K0
Discovering North Hastings - The North So Near - Saturday, May 27 or Saturday, June 10, 2017 - Day-long guided bus tour of North Hastings County. Cost $70. which includes lunch.  Organized by Hastings County Historical Society.  For more information, contact Mary-Lynne Morgan (613-961-7091) or go to www.hastingshistory.ca
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JUN 01 - JUN 02
JUN 01 - JUN 02
South Grenville District High School, Prescott, ON, Canada
Relay For life is an event South Grenville District High school has been doing for 4 years. It raises money for The Canadian Cancer Society. Whether you are cheering on survivors, walking the track, passing the baton to your teammate or joining in exciting trackside activities, Relay For Life is more than just a cancer walk - it's a journey. Any age or fitness level is welcome - it is up to you how far to push yourself. Whether you want to walk 5 km or 15 km, you will be supporting everyone in your life who has been affected by cancer. So what the community can do is either make up a team, donate, sponsor, volunteer or just generally support us and join our fight against Cancer. This years event is " You can be a hero, Just for one day!" and will take place June 1st from 12 pm-12am. Our goal this year is to raise 20 000$ but if we surpass it that would be great! It will be filled with lots of fun events and is family friendly. We'd also like to thank you f or your ongoing support!
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JUN 04
JUN 04
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Confederation Park, Kingston ON
THINK YOU CAN BEAT BEETHOVEN? For the last 21 years, thousands of participants have challenged themselves to finish an 8 km race or a 4 km fun run/walk through downtown Kingston before the Kingston Symphony has finished playing 50 minutes of Beethoven's best music. Date/Time: Sunday, June 4, 2017, 10:30AM Location: Confederation Park, Downtown Kingston (in front of City Hall) HOW TO REGISTER? You can register for Beat Beethoven online by visiting www.beatbeethovenkingston.com or in person at Runners' Choice: 56 Brock Street in Kingston. Cash and cheque are accepted and all cheques should be made out to the Kingston Symphony Association. All entries are non-refundable and non-transferable. Registration Fees 4 km Fun Run/Walk | $35 8 km Race | $45 Event t-shirts are guaranteed to all participants registered before May 12, 2017. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Beat Beethoven is such a success year after year because of the hard work and dedication of our volunteers! For more information on how to get involved please call 613-546-9729 or email info@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
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JUN 24
JUN 24
Perth, Ontario
The annual Perth’s World Record Kilt Run will be hosted in Heritage Perth, June 24th, 2017. Organizers of this year’s event have opened the 2017 “All Things Maple” Kilt Run registration for the 8km, the Royal Mile, and the kid’s races at www.perthkiltrun.ca . The theme for this year’s races ties in to Lanark County’s claim of being the Maple Syrup Capital of Ontario and will add to the Town of Perth’s celebrations for Canada’s 150th anniversary. Volunteers will play a very key role in the event, as in previous years, to ensure that the races and activities occur without a hitch. Anyone wishing to volunteer should contact Mary Stewart at therunninggoat@cogeco.net . The current registration fee will increase after January 25th, 2017 so get online and register today!
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