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New Kingston East School to Get $250K Outdoor Athletic Facility

École Sir John A. Macdonald Public School, the new school under construction in Kingston East, will be the site of a $250,000 outdoor athletic and recreational facility that will benefit students and the greater community for years to come thanks to a generous grant from its community. The Pittsburgh Community Benefit Fund unanimously approved $252,008… Keep Reading

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Watch for Kingston Recreation Magazine this Thursday

The arrival of the City’s Recreation and Leisure Magazine signals it is time for residents to plan to stay active during the spring and summer – and is the ideal time to start checking out summer camps. Residents should look for the magazine to arrive on their doorsteps inside Kingston This Week on March 24.… Keep Reading

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Kingstonians Invited to Develop Future of Grass Creek Park

Residents are invited to apply to serve on a working group to help the City create a vision and guiding principles for an expanded Grass Creek Park in the City’s east end. In 2007, the City purchased 45 acres of rolling farmland adjacent to the 51 acre Park. Now, the City, in collaboration with the… Keep Reading

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Transit and Recreation Discounts Available for Low-Income Households

KINGSTON, ON — Starting Friday, Oct. 29, the City will be holding drop-in eligibility sessions for Kingstonians who wish to apply or reapply to the Municipal Fee Assistance program which offers transit discounts and recreation subsidies to residents in low-income households. New last year, the Municipal Fee Assistance Program helps make Kingston Transit and municipal… Keep Reading

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