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The Mansion to Host Joe’s MILL Fundraising Concert

Joe’s M.I.L.L. and K-Rock 105.7 have announced a musical event to support the Joe Chithalen Musical Instrument Lending Library. “A Joe Show” will be held at the Mansion – 506 Princess Street – on Thursday, November 17, to celebrate Joe Chithalen’s birthday. The event will be headlined by Bloom and Rueben DeGroot and His Whole… Keep Reading


Celebrate at the French Services Fair this Saturday

L’ACFO Mille-Îles has announced that the 15th edition of the Franco-foire (French Services Fair) will be held on Saturday October 15th, 2011. ACFO Mille-Îles is inviting the members of the community, especially the French community, to come explore services offered in French in Kingston. ACFO Mille-Îles also celebrates its 35th anniversary and it will launch… Keep Reading

Photo of mock disaster exercise by Mark Gerettsen

Norman Rogers Airport Emergency Exercise to Involve 250 Participants

Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport will be hosting a full-scale live emergency exercise – Exercise “Hot Bird” – to provide first responders, first receivers, and airline and airport personnel with the opportunity to practice their emergency response plans and procedures in the event of an emergency at the City of Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport. This exercise… Keep Reading

Chilifest in Kingston, Ontario 2011

Kingston Spices Up the Weekend at ChiliFest

[Updated October 3] This Saturday, October 1st Chilifest will celebrate it’s 21st run as one of Kingston’s best-loved fall festivals. Over 20 restaurants have signed up to put their chilies to the test and guarantee tastes that will warm you up on a crisp fall day. (Update: winners listed below) Activities will once again begin… Keep Reading


Downtown Art Galleries Open Doors for Art After Dark Event

For the seventh time since its inception in fall of 2008, downtown art galleries are preparing to open their doors for Art After Dark on Thursday  September 29, 2011. This bi-annual event has been extremely well received by art enthusiasts in Kingston as they flock to each gallery, rain or shine. — Click here for the… Keep Reading

Four Directions Student Aboriginal Centre Educational Pow Wow

Aboriginal Student Centre to Hold Educational Pow Wow

Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre (FDASC) will celebrate the diversity of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples at its fifth annual Educational Pow Wow on October 1. “Aboriginal is not a single entity; rather, it represents a diverse group of nations and peoples with different dances, dress and languages. This year’s theme is also fitting given the diversity… Keep Reading


April Fool’s Comedy Festival Coming to Kingston

“Downtown Kingston!” is delighted to announce the arrival of a brand new festival this spring. The April Fool’s Comedy Festival will run Thursday, April 7th through Sunday, April 10th and is sure to bring some gut-busting good times! The idea of a comedy festival has been rolling around Kingston for years. A big laugh is… Keep Reading

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