‘Kingston Gets Active’ Offers Free Activities in September

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A number of community organization are offering free activities in September as part of 2017’s Kingston Gets Active Month.

The event’s activities include cheerleading, martial arts, cycling, swimming, Pilates, kickboxing and skateboarding. All the activities are free, but the City issued a reminder that some of them require participants to RSVP in advance to take part.

“Finding a new ways to get active is what Kingston Gets Active Month is all about,” said Caroline Livingston, assistant supervisor, recreation programs, in a City release. “Discover a new sport, explore your active living options and have free fun with family and friends.”


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Explore the free community-offered activities taking place throughout the month of September at KingstonGetsActive.ca  or you can receive updates on Facebook by “Liking” the Kingston Gets Active page.

The City reports grade 5 and 9 students can use their ActivPass to get free access to City recreational facilities all year long. Grade 5 students can show their ActivPass to access the faciities and Grade 9 students can show their student identification card.

The goal of Kingston Gets Active is to increase awareness of and access to physical activities in Kingston to improve the quality of sport and physical activity in the City. Learn more at KingstonGetsActive.ca.


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