The St. George’s Cathedral Summer Concerts continue on Thursday June 29 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with organist Michael Capon performing a program of Canadian organ music, celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday. The series will continue every Thursday through August 31. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit http://www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or call 613-548-4617. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude!
Relax and enjoy a performance by the Kim Pollard Band while we take care of the grillin’ $25 cover ~ 1 grill item & 2 sides doors at 6:30pm / first come first seated – no reservations shine only / in the event of rain a new date will be scheduled
All of Me Karli G’s Debut solo Album live at the Mansion June 30th 7$ at the door or $15 with Album Doors @ 9:00 Show @ 9:30 With — Project Mantra Dennis Clark Jesse sincerce Shiznick DDS Keaton Pretty Boi K.O VL More info and sponsors TBA
The Quarantine Tent is a free drop-in educational event from 10-6 p.m. offering visitors the opportunity to interact with “time-travellers” from the past who are recovering from diseases such as diphtheria, polio and smallpox. The volunteers will be dressed in period costumes with professional makeup simulating the diseases’ effects.
Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday on July 1 at The Ale House & Canteen in Kingston, Ontario with Road Apples, Canada’s premiere tribute to The Tragically Hip!
The St. George’s Cathedral Summer Concerts continue on Thursday July 6 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with the “Saxobelles” saxophone ensemble performing. The funky alternative to a string quartet was founded in 2013 by local music educator and band director David Smith, and still includes all the founding members: Brooke Woboditsch, Suzanne Owen, Andrea Lawn, and Mireille Bergeron. The series will continue every Thursday through August 31. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit http://www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or http://www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts or call…