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 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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MAR 01 - MAR 31
MAR 01 - MAR 31
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Gananoque & District Humane Society 85 Hwy 32 Gananoque, ON K7G2V3
March Is Cupcake Month at the Gananoque & District Humane Society. We invite you to help us raise funds by baking cupcakes - any kind you wish - and sharing them with friends & colleagues for a cash donation to the shelter. Please drop off your proceeds to our shelter, with your name and contact numbers once you cupcake-sharing is over. Or, you may order them from our cupcake baker. Please contact Arlene at arleneamassey@gmail.com, 613-923-1953. Our menu: Chocolate, Vanilla, Pumpkin Spice, and Salted Caramel. Our goal is $5000, going directly to the care of the animals in need in our volunteer-run, no-kill shelter. We can do it, one cupcake at a time!
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MAR 10 - MAR 25
MAR 10 - MAR 25
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Tir Nan Og, Ontario Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
Friday March 10, 2017 Kingston Irish Folk Club present Pre-St. Pat’s warm up ceili from 7:00-8:30 pm (Act TBD).  Double Exposure perform on our main stage from 9:30 to close.   Saturday March 11, 2017 St. Patrick’s day Parade commencing at 1:00 pm at the celtic cross in Skeleton (McBurney) Park.  Participants to assemble at 12:15 pm; there will be a brief commemoration to remember those who are buried there.  The annual parade will begin and use Clergy Street, Princess Street and Ontario Street leading to its’ final destination in front of City Hall.  A letter will be read in front of City Hall, on behalf of the Irish community, to a representative of city hall.  The parade will include Queen’s Marching band.  Everyone is welcome to walk in the parade. Expected arrival at Tir nan Og is 2:00 pm where a Post-Parade Ceili and Celtic Jam will be held from 2:00 – 4:30 pm featuring the Kingston Irish Folk Club with Irish dancers—reels and jigs—a celtic music jam session featuring Fiddle Earth and Bards.  Queens Marching band might play a tune or two! Kingston Irish Folk Club present a warm up St. Pat’s ceili from 7:00-8:30 pm featuring Fiddle Earth. 9:30 – Close, Eric Uren will perform an acoustic session with possibilities of guests joining him.   Thursday March 16, 2017 IRISH THEMED Thursday night Karaoke with Lumpy at 9:30 pm.  Lumpy promises to have an abundance of Irish favourites in his repertoire that evening.    Friday March 17, 2017/St. Patrick’s Day! Mainstage 12:30 – 5:00 pm, Shamus Plugg & the All-night Rentals are back by popular demand and are sure to keep things rocking all afternoon! 6:00 – 10:00 pm, Logan Brown will carry forward the afternoon’s momentum with a playlist laced with great rock covers and some Irish favourites sprinkled in.  Logan may have some surprises in his arsenal! 10:00 – 2:00 am, Celtic Kitchen Party will raise the roof and bring the house down with a powerful climatic play list! Monte’s  (ALL-AGES until 7:00pm) 12:00 – 6:00 pm, Kingston Irish Folk Club will provide a traditional Irish celebration of St. Patrick’s day with display of Irish dances by Tir nan Og Irish Dancers---learn to Irish ceili dance/listen to Celtic bands.  Performing will be Irish Disorders, Celtic B and others; playing a selection of popular Irish, Scottish and East Coast Canadian music.  Make it a family occasion; Lily the Fairie will be on site to do face painting.  Other characters will be on hand.  Anyone interested/available to play, please contact Tony O’Loughlin by email at irishtol@sympatico.ca, or by telephone, at 613-389-0754. 7:00—12:00 am, Shamus Plugg & the All-night Rentals will return to out-do their amazing performance from Main stage earlier in the day.  Please note Monte’s will be 19+ years from 7:00 pm onwards.   Saturday March 18, 2017/St. Paddy’s Hangover Kingston Irish Folk Club present post-Paddy’s warm up ceili from 7:00-8:30 pm featuring Celtic B and Irish dancers.  Logan Brown will reprise his playlist from St. Pat’s on our main stage from 9:30 to close.   Friday March 24, 2017 Kingston Irish Folk Club present a warm up ceili from 7:00-8:30 pm featuring Plastic Paddy.  Renowned country/folk artist Shawn McCullough will perform on our main stage from 9:30 to close.   Saturday March 25, 2017 Kingston Irish Folk Club present a warm up ceili from 7:00-8:30 pm featuring Plastic Paddy.  Join us for another evening of live music on our Main stage from 9:30 to close (Act TBD).
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MAR 13 - APR 02
MAR 13 - APR 02
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Little Cataraqui Creek Outdoor Centre, Kingston, ON, Canada
March means maple syrup at Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area. Take a tractor-drawn wagon back to our sugar bush to see how maple syrup was made in the olden days and how we make it now. Enjoy pancakes with real maple syrup and buy some maple syrup or sugar to take home. The sugar bush is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day of the program. Wagons leave the Outdoor Centre for the sugar bush approximately every 20 minutes. Passengers are dropped off at the wagon turn-around at the top of the hill on the service road. From there it's a short walk down the hill to the sugar bush facilities. You can also walk back to the sugar bush via the trail network or along the service road. If you are walking along the service road, you will need to watch out for the tractor-drawn wagons and staff vehicles. It is about 2 km from the Outdoor Centre to the sugar bush. All activities except the puppet shows and bake sale take place outdoors. Be sure to come dressed for the weather. It can be cold on the wagon ride and in the sugar bush. Boots are also recommended as it can be snowy or muddy.
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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 20 - MAR 25
MAR 20 - MAR 25
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Kingston, ON
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MAR 24 - APR 16
MAR 24 - APR 16
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Kingston, Ontario
On March 24th Easter Seals Ontario will launch the 2017 Easter Seals Paper Eggs Campaign. This fundraising initiative supports children with physical disabilities by selling Paper Eggs for $2 each from March 24th – Sunday April 16th, 2017. Shoppers will be invited to purchase a Paper Egg for $2 and write their name or a name of their loved one on the Egg, which will be displayed in-store for the duration of the campaign. Easter Seals is honoured to have the support of retailers including Sobeys including Freshco and Foodland, Booster Juice, Canadian Tire, Giant Tiger, Home Hardware, and more. Since 2000, the Paper Egg Campaign for Easter Seals Kids has raised over $6.9 million across Ontario and in 2016, more than 550 retail stores across Ontario participated in the campaign. For more information or to donate, visit EasterSeals.org.
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MAR 25 - MAR 26
MAR 25 - MAR 26
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Prince Edward County, Ontario
With the sap flowing and spring right around the corner, Maple Syrup Producers are eagerly awaiting Prince Edward County’s sweetest tradition - Maple In The County! Taking place on Saturday March 25th and Sunday March 26th, this year marks Maple’s very sweet, 16th birthday. Presented by the Maple in the County Maple Syrup Producers, and with support from The County of Prince Edward Community Development Department, this year’s event features participation from twelve local sugarbushes: Sweetwater Cabin/Hubbs Sugarbush, Fosterholm Farms, Vader’s Maple Syrup, Nyman Farms, Loha Farms (New!), Sugarbush Vineyards, Waupoos Estates Winery & Sugarbush, Walt’s Sugar Shack, Strictly Maple, Three Dog Winery & Sugarbush, Roblin’s Maple Syrup (New!) and Justin’s Maple Syrup (New!). Participating sugarbushes will have activities for the whole family - pancake breakfasts, sugar shack tours and demonstrations, taffy, wagon rides, lumberjack shows, maple products and more. Back by popular demand, the Picton Fire Department will be hosting their pancake breakfast at Loha Farms in Picton, with firetrucks on display for the kids. Several wineries, restaurants and local organizations are also participating with maple themed food, drink and events. Additional (free!) family-friendly activities include: -Public skating on Saturday March 25 from 9am-10:30 at the Picton Arena and Noon-1:30 at the Wellington Arena, and Sunday March 26 from 1:30pm-3 at the Picton Arena, sponsored by The County of Prince Edward -Family movie at The Regent Theatre in Picton on Sunday March 26 at 2:00 pm, sponsored by Whattams Funeral Home A full list of participating sugarbushes, activities and events is online at mapleinthecounty.ca. Look for the iconic “Maple Map” available throughout Prince Edward County and in local newspapers.
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MAR 25
MAR 25
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146 Barrie Street, Kingston ON
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MAR 25
MAR 25
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The Grand Theatre 218 Princess Street Kingston, ON K7L 1B2
With sold-out performances worldwide, Quartetto Gelato commands the stage with Latin rhythm, gypsy showpieces, and beautiful Neapolitan songs, and enthralls audiences with its electric performances and acrobatic tricks. Expect a sizzling night out, filled with musical virtuosity and artistic passion! TICKETS | $10 - $50 | CALL 613-530-2050
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MAR 26
MAR 26
Boys and Girls Club West End Hub 1300 Bath Road Kingston K7M 4X4
The Recreation and Leisure Showcase is Kingston’s one-stop recreational shopping opportunity for all ages in the community. This event is FREE and suitable for all.  Come out and join us!  Tour our West End Club and visit our community booths.  This is the perfect event for Kingston residents who are looking for the programs, services or activities in the Kingston community. Join us for lunch, crafts and much more! You can expect to see vendors such as: Seniors Centre St. Georges Cathedrale Choir More to Life Massage Boys and Girls Club Archery Zone Financial Assistance Programs Par-t-Perfect Crock-a-Doodle Skate Kingston Church Athletic League Investors Group Tallacks Martial Arts Kinderdance Rob Roy Highland Gymnastics Clubs Scouts Canada Dream Catcher Farm Chess Teams Football Leagues Equipment Rentals AND MORE!
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MAR 26
MAR 26
270 King Street East, Kingston ON
On Sunday, March 26th St. George’s Cathedral will host the Kingston Choral Society (KCS) for a special afternoon of music for voice and organ. I Was Glad will see the choir of over 80 voices accompanied by St. George’s Cathedral organist Michael Capon for a concert of beloved choral music from Britain, the United States and Canada. The concert will include the Kingston premiere of “These Things Shall Never Die”, a choral work by acclaimed Kingston  composer Dr. Mark Sirett. It will also feature music by R. Vaughan Williams, Benjamin Britten, Samuel Sebastian Wesley, Hubert Parry, Healey Willan and organist Michael Capon, among many others. I Was Glad: an afternoon of music for choir and organ Sunday, March 26th at 2:30pm St. George’s Cathedral 270 King St. East, Kingston Tickets are $25 ($15 for students, children under 16 are free) and are available at The Church Bookroom, Novel Idea, Long & McQuade (formerly Renaissance Music), and Tara Foods, and at Eventbrite.ca. Tickets will also be available at the door. 
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MAR 27
MAR 27
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Residence Inn by Marriott Kingston Water’s Edge, Earl Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
Speaker Series: Building Smart & Caring Communities with a strong Foundation Join us for lunch March 27th as we explore the role of Community Foundations in building, supporting and shaping our communities. This speaker series we're taking a different approach and turning the spotlight on...us! How big is our impact locally and how can you help shape the future of your local community foundation? Come and learn more about the work of community foundations nationally and internationally, and take a deeper look at the work we do locally. We will explore the impact we have had on our local community to date, what's next, and what's possible.... Guest speaker Marco Pagani, President & CEO of the Community Foundation of Ottawa, will join us to share their Foundation's growth story and some of the innovative work they have been doing in the areas of food security and social entrepreneurship. Come. Learn. Connect. Great thing happen when we connect and share ideas and aspirations... Tickets: $25.00 each (covers the cost of a great lunch by Tulips and Maple). Additional donations welcome.
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MAR 30
MAR 30
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Delta Waterfront Hotel, Kingston, Waterfront Pathway, Kingston, ON, Canada
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MAR 31
MAR 31
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Donald Gordon Centre 421 Union Street Kingston, ON
Join the School for the second presentation in its 50th Anniversary Speaker Series. Speaking on the theme of The Impact of Mobile Technology, Dr. Sinha will explore some of the promising aspects that futurists tell us technology will deliver and what the early perils and pitfalls have taught us on our journey to find better ways to care for our ageing populating. Dr. Sinha is a highly regarded clinician and international expert in the care of older adults. He has consulted and advised governments and health care organizations around the world and is the Architect of the Government of Ontario's Seniors Strategy
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MAR 31
MAR 31
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St. Andrews by the lake United Church, 1 Redden Street, Kingston ON
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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. Participating is simple; gather your team of 4-6 bowlers, register your team on our event page at www.bigbrothersbigsisterskingston or call 613-544-1621, collect pledges with pledge sheets or do so online at www.bowlforkidskfla.ca, book your bowling session, come dressed in your Canadian outfit and bowl for free! There are amazing prizes to be won for pledges raised.
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APR 01
APR 01
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2559 Bell Line Road, Sharbot Lake
Join George, Darlene and the rest of the Conboy family for Maple Weekend - Food Truck: Tim Cota's Mobile Catering will be on site with a maple-themed lunch menu (cost) - Frontenac Blades will demonstrate traditional axe throwing (day tbd) - Boiling demonstration and the traditional Pot Ash Kettle will be fired up - Maple taffy on snow - Maple butter, candy, jelly, sugar, syrup for sale - Walking trail + scavenger hunt Rubber boots are a must, and the event is on rain or shine, so dress for the weather! Contact: - 613-279-2550 - george@conboy.ca - www.conboymaplesyrup.com  
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APR 01 - MAY 27
APR 01 - MAY 27
254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville, Ontario K8N 3B1
Genealogy 101 Workshop: Saturday, April 1st or Saturday, May 27th 1-4:30pm   The Belleville Public Library is pleased to announce that we will be providing our FREE Genealogy 101 workshop twice this spring. We will explore the many ways the Library can assist genealogists in compiling their family history, as well as going over some helpful hints and tips. We will also tour our facilities including our local history collection and we will finish the afternoon with some hands-on training using both Ancestry and our Belleville History Alive database. There are a limited number of spaces available so pre-registration is required. To register, please call 613-968-6731 ext. 2237.
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APR 01
APR 01
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56 Francis Street, Kingston ON
THE HUNT IS ON! Independent Living Centre Kingston will be holding the 2nd annual SCAVENGER HUNT. Teams comprised of four members will scour limestone City in search of hidden items in a variety of locations, the final group that collects all items will be the WINNER! This fun-filled SCAVENGER HUNT will take place on Saturday April 1st, 2017 starting at the Seniors Association of Kingston Centre (56 Francis Street) from 2 to 4 pm. The cost for the two hour event is $25 for a team of four hunters. Registration is at 1:30 pm with handouts at 2 pm. Teams supply their own transportation while hunting for the specific list of items and return back to the Senior Centre by 4 pm. Following the hunt, refreshments will be served and prizes handed out. The money for the SCAVENGER HUNT will be used for one to one direct support for individuals with disabilities and their families. Families, friends and co-workers of all ages are welcome! Mark April 1st, 2017 on your calendar! For information or to register, call (613) 542-8353 or visit online at www.ilckingston.com for details/registration. 
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APR 01
APR 01
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4034 Bath Road, Kingston ON
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APR 01
APR 01
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Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre at the TETT, 370 King St West #305
Toronto-based artists bill bissett, Aisha Sasha John, David Bateman and Kingston's own Armand Garnet Ruffo will take the stage Saturday, April 1st at Modern Fuel for the one night only event "sound one two". Audio and beats performed by Burning Iceberg. A full night of exciting guest artists and an open mic contest that provides an opportunity for local artists to share their best spoken word and poetry and win amazing prizes. sound one two a night of contemporary poetry featuring bill bissett with Aisha Sasha John, Armand Garnet, David Bateman audio by Burning Iceberg and an open mic contest* Saturday, April 1, 2017 7 - 11pm Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre TETT Centre 370 King St W, Kingston ON, #305 $5-10 suggested donation * 4 minutes max per reader, sign up at the door This event is happening due to the generous contribution of time and space by Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, located at the TETT Centre in Kingston, Ontario and with support from the Canada Council for the Arts and The League of Canadian Poets. Many thanks to Atomic Pizza and Wine Bar, Moksha Yoga, Bergeron Estate Winery and Elm Cafe for their generous donations. The Featured Artist: bill bissett is a celebrated poet who has published over 60 books, contributing to the landscape of Canadian literature and contemporary art for over 40 years. In 2006, Margaret Atwood and Leonard Cohen were two of more than 80 writers who honoured the poet with a tribute published by Nightwood Editions. In 2007 bissett's sound poetry was sampled by The Chemical Brothers on their CD "We Are The Night". In that same year, bissett was awarded the George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions to literature in British Columbia. In 2008 the poet was given an Honorary Doctorate in Literature from Thompson Rivers University. bill bissett is a poet and visual artist with roots that go back to the generation of Beat poets. In 1968, Jack Kerouac was famously quoted in the Paris Review as naming bill bissett one of the "great poets".
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APR 01
APR 01
Thousand Islands Playhouse Firehall Theatre 185 South Street, Gananoque, ON K7G 3G6
Join us at the Thousand Islands Playhouse Firehall Theatre as we launch the 1000 Islands Writers Festival 2017 season with period food and frivolity in celebration of Canada's 150th Anniversary. Enjoy readings with Lindy Mechefske, author of Sir John's Table, live music and dancing with Turpin's Trail, and a guest appearance with none other than Sir John A himself. It will be a night not to be missed in tribute to the rascal, lawyer, politician, food, beverage and book lover who helped draw us all together as a nation. For more information visit the 1000 Islands Writers Festival website at: http://1000islandswritersfestival.ca or call the Gananoque Public Library at 613-382-2436. $45.00 can be purchased online at through EventBrite or at the Gananoque Public Library. You can also phone the library to reserve a ticket at 613-382-2436.  
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APR 06 - APR 09
APR 06 - APR 09
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785 Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd, Unit 7A, Kingston ON
Spring & summer clothing and accessories, small appliances, tools, sports & camping gear, art, jewellery, lamps, fine china, antiques, home decor, crafts, etc. Apr 6, 4 - 8 Apr 7, 10 - 6 Apr 8, 10 - 5 Apr 9, 10 - 2
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APR 07 - APR 08
APR 07 - APR 08
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Forde Building, center of the Canadian Forces School of Communications and Electronics, at the heart of the branch's Home Station. Hwy 2, Kingston ON
This event is being held to recognize the 100th anniversary of military success at Vimy Ridge, recognize those who served, recognize and appreciate Canada's freedom. General Tickets are $75 per person (civilian) and your contribution includes a six course meal, live music (CF Quintet and local Pipes and Drums), evening dancing along with a DJ, souvenir photograph (of you!), valet parking, plus a few historical surprises. "Friends of the Ball" tickets include participation in a pre-cocktail party (5:30pm) with MLA Mark Gerretsen. Please check the Ball website (http://vimy100th.net/) for further information on details and ticket options, and sponsorship information and benefits. Sponsorships are still being accepted (and greatly appreciated). Purchase tickets here: http://vimy100th.net/ Please feel free to SHARE! Everyone is welcome and the invitation is open. For more information, please contact ball@vimy100th.net
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APR 07
APR 07
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The Korean Church 89 Kirkpatrick St. Kingston Ontario
Have you every wished you could have lived during the roaring twenties or thirties. On April 7th 2017., the Kingston Theatre Organ Society continues it concerts with Clark Wilson at the console of our Kimball Theatre Organ accompanying the Harold Lloyd Silent Movie "The FRESHMAN". The Freshman is a 1925 comedy film that tells the story of a college freshman trying to become popular by joining the school football team. It stars Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston, Brooks Benedict, and James Anderson. It remains one of Lloyd's most successful and enduring As Clark has said "If I do my job correctly you won't even know I am here". You will be taken back to bygone era as you enter our music house. Clark started playing at 9 years of age. Later following several years with the Schantz Organ Company as a reed voicer and tonal finisher, Clark's professional playing career began with his appointment to the featured organist post at Pipe Organ Pizza in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Come and join us 7th April 2017. 89 Kirkpatrick ST. Kingston. 7:30 PM. Ticket Prices for the Concert $25 Adults, $20 Senior, $8 Students Information and booking Call 613-386-7295
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APR 08
APR 08
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Kingston, ON
Kingston Fitness Fights Kids Cancer is a Kingston-wide initiative kick started in 2016 by local business Apex Indoor Cycling and local resident Ken Cross partnering with Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation. The goal was to raise much-needed funds for childhood cancer programs supporting Kingston-area families by harnessing the power of Kingston's fitness community!  That first event saw 200 participants raising an incredible $36,000! 100% of which went to the Children's Cancer Fund at the Kingston General Hospital.  The April 8th 2017 event will be even bigger! Involving more fitness businesses offering more participation options for you our goal is to get as many people moving, sweating and energized while raising even more funds for the Children's Cancer Fund at the Kingston General Hospital and the local Camp Trillum's OuR Island oncology camp!
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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 08
APR 08
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Kingston Royal Curling Club, 130 Days Road, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 9G4
Join us for a fun day of Adaptive Curling (all players throw the stones while in a wheelchair). No experience is necessary and anyone can participate! Individuals with or without mobility impairments compete together, allowing able-bodied players to experience how those with mobility impairments participate in adaptive sports. This is an especially fantastic opportunity for anyone working in healthcare or rehabilitation fields to gain a firsthand perspective! Teams of four are encouraged to register ASAP to secure a spot. If cost is an issue please feel free to acquire a sponsor, or ask us about Team Sponsorship (available based on needs). If you don't have a team but want to play, individuals are more than welcome to register as well! Registration Forms can be found on our website. Spectators are welcome as well. The purpose of the bonspiel is threefold: to enjoy a fun and competitive event in which everyone is able to participate; to raise awareness in the community about adapted physical activity and the programs that support it; and finally, to help raise funds for the Revved Up Program (for more information visit: http://www.skhs.queensu.ca/revvedup/). If you can't participate on the day of, but still want to help raise money, contact us for more options. We are still looking for local businesses, organizations and/or individuals as sponsors! If you or someone you know is interested in sponsorship opportunities, let us know.
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APR 11
APR 11
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Sonrise Christian Academy 58 Johnson Street Picton, ON K0K 2T0
Children entering either Junior Kindergarten or Senior Kindergarten in September of 2017 are invited to bring a parent and experience a morning of Kindergarten at Sonrise Christian Academy. The morning will consist of what Kindergarten is all about - learning, play, crafts and snack. Experience our educational difference: Christian environment and curriculum Phonics and literacy rich program and activities Small school atmosphere Please call the school at 613-476-7883 so we can plan for your visit.
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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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APR 29
APR 29
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Banquet Centre 1 Alhambra Square Belleville, ON K8N 5V7
Northstar Refrigeration Ltd., the Quinte Humane Society and Quinte Lost Dog Network have joined forces to bring back the popular comedy show "Raise the Woof", Saturday April 29th, at the Banquet Centre in Belleville. They are a troupe of comedians that travel across North America raising money for animal welfare and rescues with their own brand of hilarity. There will be an amazing array of Silent Auction items up for grabs and other fun surprises too! Get your tickets today as seating is limited! Doors open at 6:45pm, show starts at 7:30pm on Saturday April 29th. Banquet Centre - 1 Alhambra Square, Belleville, ON Come early and bid on a lot of great auction items! 50/50 draw and door prizes! Tickets include coffee, tea and dessert. $30/person. 18+ only as may be adult content. Visit www.quintehumanesociety.com for all details and where to purchase tickets.
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APR 29
APR 29
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St. George's Cathedral 270 King St. East Kingston, ON K7L 3B1
Presented by the Kingston Chamber Choir, this concert will feature the Liebeslieder Waltzes, Opus 52 composed by Johannes Brahms with guest artists, Kingston's own Valery Lloyd Watts, world-renowned pianist, Clare Gordon, and the emerging talent of Charlotte Stewart-Juby, soprano, making her KCC debut. The work is reputedly about Brahms' love affair with Clara Schumann, the famous nineteenth century pianist.
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MAY 03
MAY 03
McDonald's across Kingston
This year, on May 3, 2017 a dollar from the sale of every Big Mac, Happy Meal and hot McCafe beverage (including brewed coffee and tea) will be donated to our local Boys & Girls Club of Kingston.
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MAY 06
MAY 06
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Molly Brant Elementary School, Lyons Street, Kingston, ON, Canada
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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 06
MAY 06
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Salvation Army Citadel, 816 Centennial Dr., Kingston
We're back with our second annual Spring Market for Africa. Treat yourself with a visit to our fabulous Market. Gifts for Moms and others. Vintage and gently used clothing, plants, grandmothers' baking & sewing, African baskets. Light lunch available. Free admission. All proceeds to Help Lesotho and the Stephen Lewis Foundation to support grandmothers in Africa raising their orphaned grandchildren. Where and When: Saturday, May 6, 2017 from 10:00-3:00 at The Salvation Army Citadel, Centennial at Taylor-Kidd Blvd. www.g2gkingston.ca
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MAY 11 - MAY 12
MAY 11 - MAY 12
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Brockville Convention Centre, Brockville, ON, Canada
Children's Mental Health of Leeds & Grenville will be hosting a two day Educational Workshop May 11th and 12th at the Brockville Convention Centre, with renowned developmental psychologist, Dr. Gordon Neufeld. Dr. Neufeld is an international speaker, a bestselling author (Hold on to Your Kids) and a leading interpreter of the developmental paradigm. On May 11th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Dr. Neufeld will present "Making Sense of Anxiety in Children and Youth" The focus of the May 12th workshop from 9:00 a.m. to noon will be "Relationship Matters: Harnessing the Power of Attachment". For more information or to purchase tickets please visit the Children's Mental Health of Leeds & Grenville website: www.cmhlg.ca
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MAY 11
MAY 11
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Kingston Integrated Healthcare 541 Palace Road Kingston, ON K7L 4T6
Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc. invites you to their 9th annual drop-in Open House: Thursday May 11th, 3pm to 6pm Bring a friend and join us for draw prizes, tours, presentations, treats, and good conversation! This is a free, family-friendly, event! For more information, please visit our website, or facebook event page. 541 Palace Road (beside the Kingston Centre) 613.547.KIHC www.KIHC.ca facebook.com/myKIHC KIHC is a team of 10 health professionals with expertise in complementary, alternative, and integrative medicines. We work as a team, blending modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of healing.
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MAY 13
MAY 13
Glen Lawrence Equestrian Centre 1340 Hwy #2 East, Kingston, ON
Hold your horses!  Happy Mare’s Day is galloping over to Glen Lawrence Equestrian Centre this year! Happy Mare’s Day is an annual event that celebrates the horse.  The move to this new location offers the opportunity for a more expanded schedule during the 3-hour event.  Preliminary plans includes demonstrations of non-riding activities – Companion Connection Training, Equine First Aid, Equine Massage and Equine Reiki – as well as riding with Dressage, Jumping and Eventing.  Information sessions include Heart of Horse Workshop, Horse Whispering, and Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning (FEEL) to name a few at this time.  
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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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MAY 27
MAY 27
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Odessa Fairgrounds, Ontario
Interested in showing your horse or pony in Halter, Trail, Games and Western and English Performance classes? Very FAMILY and beginner friendly! PLEASE PRE-register by midnight the Wednesday before the show by emailing ohpc@live.ca Price: Annual Family membership $30 Annual Individual membership $25 Day membership $10 Class fees: $5/class or $40 and enter as many classes as you like
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JUN 01 - JUN 02
JUN 01 - JUN 02
South Grenville District High School, Prescott, ON, Canada
Relay For life is an event South Grenville District High school has been doing for 4 years. It raises money for The Canadian Cancer Society. Whether you are cheering on survivors, walking the track, passing the baton to your teammate or joining in exciting trackside activities, Relay For Life is more than just a cancer walk - it's a journey. Any age or fitness level is welcome - it is up to you how far to push yourself. Whether you want to walk 5 km or 15 km, you will be supporting everyone in your life who has been affected by cancer. So what the community can do is either make up a team, donate, sponsor, volunteer or just generally support us and join our fight against Cancer. This years event is " You can be a hero, Just for one day!" and will take place June 1st from 12 pm-12am. Our goal this year is to raise 20 000$ 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 02 - JUN 04
JUN 02 - JUN 04
Gananoque Inn, 550 Stone Street, Gananoque ON
ART AT THE INN June 2,3 & 4, 2017. Enjoy the passion of l0 artists in the beautiful St. Lawrence Room of the historic Gananoque Inn, 550 Stone St., Gananoque, Ont. Opening night - 6 - 9 features live music by Lea and Phil Hamblett, with food and wine available.  Free admission.  Saturday and Sunday - l0 to 5.  For further information - call 6l3-382-33l5.
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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 10
JUN 10
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St. Lawrence College, Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston, ON, Canada
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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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