The City of Kingston and a variety of community organizations are offering free activities in September as part of Kingston Gets Active Month, increasing awareness of and access to physical activities in the city.
Activities available to try include fencing, martial arts, paddling, bouldering, swimming, Pilates, skating and kickboxing. All the activities are free but interested particpants are advised to plan ahead as some require you to RSVP.
“Finding a new ways to get active is what Kingston Gets Active Month is all about,” said Niamh Nicholas, fitness and wellness program coordinator. “Discover a new sport, explore your active living options and have free fun with family and friends.”
Take a look at the free community-offered activities between September 3 to 30 at KingstonGetsActive.ca or “Like” Kingston Gets Active on Facebook where there will be daily updates on the activities being offered.
The City reminds Grade 5 and 9 students that their ActivPass provides them with free access to City recreational facilities for the entire year. Grade 5 students can show their ActivPass to get in and Grade 9 students can show their student identification card.
Learn more at KingstonGetsActive.ca.