New Year=New You! Register now for the Rebuilding Group.This proven program has helped more than 100 people in the Kingston region heal and move forward with their lives. Meet new friends in a confidential, non-dating atmosphere, rebuild your confidence and gain tools for successful relationships.
Get ready to sing or skate your heart out! We will be at the Tir Nan Og for karaoke night and at City Hall for all under 19’s for skating! If it gets a bit chilly, first years will be heading to cafes for a nice hot drink.
For generations, families have enjoyed helping our fine feathered friends weather the rigours of winter by setting up bird feeders. It’s also a great little pastime to learn about different bird species and behaviours by watching the activity around those feeders. The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority is hosting a Backyard Birding workshop on Sunday, Jan. 14, at 2 p.m., at the Outdoor Centre at the Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, to help get you started on your own fun, educational…
Oasis Yoga, 80 Princess St. Kingston,
Investment: $32 (includes tax) New Moon Gong Meditation & Bracelet Workshop Sunday, Jan.14, 2018 at 3 – 5 pm Join Lynn Clyde in the energy of the first new moon of the new year. The workshop will begin with about 15 minutes of very gentle yoga to tune in and open the body. Then you will lay down comfortably and experience the gong & singing crystal bowls which are played for about 45 minutes. You will finish the workshop by…
Circle of Wellness at Canadian Mental Health Association! Weekly All Nations Community in Free Spirit Rhythm, Song, Dance. Drums and Percussion of all kinds welcome! Various drums available. Come as you are. Feel free to come drum, sing, and/or dance! No experience required, open to all ages – family friendly. Wheelchair accessible at unit #11 at 400 Elliot Avenue Canadian Mental Health Association. $5-10 Donation Suggested – Pay What You Can Calendar available at http://www.circleofwellness.ca Drumming is: Accessible – The…
Hello all plant lovers! Conservation Queen’s is hosting another succulent sale next Monday January 15 from 10-6 in the ARC. All proceeds go towards protection of the kakapo as our designated animal of the month! Hope to see you there
Meetings are held every third Monday of the month to socialize and learn about pain management. Guest speakers bring new ideas to complement our current coping skills. All are welcome. Attendance is free.