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St. George’s Cathedral Hosts a Choral Evensong

St. George’s Cathedral Hosts a Choral Evensong

| 2016/03/02

St. George’s Cathedral invites the public to join them for a Choral Evensong on Sunday, March 13. The Cathedral Evensong Choir will sing music by Richard Baker, Orlando Gibbons, and Harrison Oxley, beginning at 5 pm that evening. St George’s Cathedral is located at 270 King St. E. at Johnson in Kingston. The original St. George’s church at [...]

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Maple Madness Coming to Little Cataraqui Creek

Maple Madness Coming to Little Cataraqui Creek

| 2016/02/29

Lots of activities for March Break and into early April

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Frank Turner Rocks The Mansion in Kingston

Frank Turner Rocks The Mansion in Kingston

| 2016/02/26

English folk/singer-songwriter Frank Turner was in Kingston on Monday, and social media lit up with fans posting praise and photos for his performance there. Originally set to play just one concert at The Mansion, tickets sold out so quickly that a second show was added and it too sold out. Turner kept things loose with no [...]

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Maclean’s Names Queen’s a Top Canadian Party School

Maclean’s Names Queen’s a Top Canadian Party School

| 2016/02/23

This past week, Maclean’s released its list of Top 20 Party Schools and Queen’s University was revealed to rank 7th in Canada. The magazine surveyed more than 10,000 students at 100 Canadian universities, and asked: “In hours, about how much time do you spend in an average week on the following activities? Please be honest; [...]

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United Way Announces Fourth Annual Next Gen Masquerade

United Way Announces Fourth Annual Next Gen Masquerade

| 2016/02/15

Event to be held at at the Renaissonance Event Venue on February 27

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According to 1989′s Ghostbusters II, the World Ends February 14

According to 1989′s Ghostbusters II, the World Ends February 14

| 2016/02/12

Movie character claims end of the world will happen Valentine’s Day 2016

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Celebrate Chinese New Year with Mandarin Dumpling Festival

Celebrate Chinese New Year with Mandarin Dumpling Festival

| 2016/02/09

The Manadarin all-you-can-eat buffet restaurants are ringing in the Chinese Lunar Year of the Monkey by setting up their red and gold decorations, dressing staff in traditional Chinese uniforms, and having their culinary teams cook up a delicious collection of dumplings. Celebrations continue until February 28 at the Mandarin chain of restaurants, including the Kingston [...]

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Variety Show to Raise Funds & Awareness for Cystic Fibrosis

Variety Show to Raise Funds & Awareness for Cystic Fibrosis

| 2016/02/04

Event takes place on Sunday, February 7th at Queen’s University

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Public Invited to Spaghetti Dinner to Support Local Choirs

Public Invited to Spaghetti Dinner to Support Local Choirs

| 2016/01/28

Dinner being hosted on Saturday, February 6 from 5pm to 7pm

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Popular Owl Hoot & Coyote Howl Hike Returns

Popular Owl Hoot & Coyote Howl Hike Returns

| 2016/01/19

Local families are being invited to learn about two of the most “mysterious winter forest residents” as part of the CRCA Owl Hoot & Coyote Howl Hike. The event takes place at 6:30 pm on Saturday, January 23 at the Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area. Since these animals are quite shy and stealthy, organizers say [...]

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