Free Activities Available during Kingston Gets Active Month

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Free activities are being offered by the City as part of Kingston Gets Active Month in April.

The City joins a number of community organizations offering activities including skating, ringette, as well as exercise for chronic pain and therapeutic Pilates for back pain. Other programs include swimming, Chair yoga, biking, and even cheerleading. Although all the activities are free, some require participants to RSVP.


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“Finding a new, fun way to get active is what Kingston Gets Active Month is all about,” said Caroline Livingston, assistant supervisor, recreation programs. “Use it as an excuse to explore your options and have free fun with family and friends.”

Discover the free activities at KingstonGetsActive.ca or “Like” Kingston Gets Active on Facebook to receive daily updates.

The City also issued a reminder that ActivPass provides grade 5 & 9 students free access to City recreational facilities all year long – grade 5 students can show their ActivPass and Grade 9 students can show their student identification card.