Upcoming Events › 🎉 Socials
Thousands of individuals, community groups and businesses are encouraged to celebrate the start of spring by cleaning up waste from their local parks, streets, and shorelines.
Come hit the deck with us at the Kingston Yacht Club on Friday April 20th. Get dressed in your best yacht/beach themed attire and enjoy food, drinks, and networking. $25 for 2 drinks and food $10 for just food Thanks to our sponsors The Marco and Rob Real Estate Team!
They rocked our socks at Central in 2016; in 2017 they had the entire park groovin' during SPAF; for 2018, the MINOTAURS and the GROWN UP DANCE return to Central Public! Dust off the dancin' shoes & break out the dance floor grooves! Seriously - book a sitter if you've got kids*! This is the night our community dances together! Or, if you don't dance, watches a fabulous band together! *A 19+ event MINOTAURS has been making funky-socio-politico-folk-dance-party music since…
Admission includes a PapePac of your choice (black, green, or pink), a Wolfe Island Springs craft beer, and live comedy and music
Giveaway Days are when you put items you no longer want out at the curb for someone who might like them.
Learn more about what is recyclable and what is garbage by taking a free tour of the Kingston Area Recycling Centre (KARC). Get a behind-the-scenes look at how recyclables are sorted and prepared for market. Pick up a free bag of household compost during the open house courtesy of the City’s compost contractor, Norterra Organics (while supplies last). For more on City recycling, see: www.CityofKingston.ca/Recycling.
TShow: Lights Out! An eclectic evening of Gaia inspired music and performance. From an Age of Aquarius to we got 4 minutes to save the world! A day not just for the hippies. HA! How are you gonna save the world! Saturday, April 21st Doors open at 8PM, Show start at 9PM Renaissance, Lower Level – 285 Queen St, #YGK $15 entry fee Featuring: TBA Hosted: Tyffanie Morgan
It's that time of year again. That time when you need to clean out some old faves, and maybe bring home a few fun new things to mix it up. Where? 310 Sydenham Street When? Sunday, April 22nd at 1pm What? Awesome clothing swap / donation. How? Gather things you don't want anymore from your closet- clothes, jewelry, shoes etc and bring them to my place for a fun afternoon of free swapping. Maybe bring a resuable shopping bag to…
The 3rd Annual Family friendly community celebration honouring Mother Earth! By Ollin Kingston with first year partnership of Kingston National Indigenous Peoples Day Committee and support from Canadian Mental Health Association, Kingston Community Health Centres Special Events, Sustainable Kingston and more! Family friendly community celebration! international performances, sacred fire, poets, community and vendor booths, educational and interactive activities plus more! Still open for vendors, info booths, interactive activities, volunteers, and sponsors. More information available at http://www.earthdaykingston.ca Earthdaykingston@gmail.com Cell to call…
Teams of up to 5. Must be 19+ to participate.
A FREE monthly sing-along lead by Spencer Evans and his band, along with special guest musicians. This family-friendly series will also include arts & crafts activities, and a selection of affordable food and beverage. Date: Beginning Sunday, April 29th (and continuing monthly until Skeleton Park Arts Festival) Time: 3PM Location: Calvary United Church, 45 Charles Street Cost: FREE!
Tuesday May 1st 2018 5pm: BBQ at Skeleton Park 6pm: March! email@example.com Since the Haymarket affair in 1886, May 1st has been marked around the world as International Workers Day or May Day. In Kingston, anti-capitalists have been gathering on May Day to share food, hear rousing speeches and hit the streets on May Day since 2011. We're proud to be a part of this tradition, but also want to make sure we continue to be creative, dynamic and responsive…
Happy Cinco de Mayo! TShow: Fiesta brings you a little colour to our lives as the ladies share with you Latin influenced and inspired music and performances… from Mexico to Cuba to America and back again. Saturday, May 5th Doors open at 8PM, Show start at 9PM Renaissance, Lower Level – 285 Queen St, #YGK $15 entry fee Featuring: TBA Hosted: Tyffanie Morgan
Great food, local beer and friends. $25 per ticket includes 8 oz sample glass, 5 drinks tickets (additional tickets available for purchase) and Red House bar snacks.
View the night sky the way it was meant to be seen at the Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area. Hosted by Joe Gilker from Dark Arts Astrophotography, receive a fun and informative laser-guided tour of the sky. With the assistance of Tim Trentadue, get an up-close look at seasonal celestial objects through some high-powered telescopes. Admission is free! The fun starts about an hour after dusk on Friday and Saturday evening (weather permitting). Check our Facebook page or…