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Six Fun Things to Do this Weekend in Kingston: June 24-25, 2017

Sometimes it’s nice to chill out and enjoy your weekend off without too much action. This week’s round-up of events is focused on fun things you can do that will get you out of the house and soaking up the summer sun! Featuring outdoor live music on a patio, a festival in a park, yoga by the lake, stargazing, and more. Read on for what’s on this weekend: June 24-25, 2017 in Kingston!

Theatre Kingston’s Storefront Fringe Festival runs from June 23 – July 1 with 102 theatre performances in 3 empty storefronts in downtown Kingston. Follow @KingstonFringe on Twitter for updates!

Skeleton Park Arts Festival is five days of inclusive, family-friendly FREE EVENTS from June 21 – 25, 2017. Featuring Sarah Harmer, Fred Penner, Justin Rutledge, Old Man Luedecke, The Orange Alabaster Mushroom (official), YUKA, Live Music Aquafitness with Spencer Evans, The Porch Jazz Parade, musical morning yoga with Dallas Delahunt and more! Click here to see the full schedule!

Go stargazing! What’s better than viewing the night sky the way it’s meant to be seen? Seeing it with dozens of other stargazers! The Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area proudly presents ‘The Early Summer Sky’ Stargazing Evenings TONIGHT (June 24) at 10pm! If you have access to a car, this is a great summer social idea!

Head down to Portsmouth Olympic Harbour June 23-25 to watch the North American Sailing Championships and the Canadian Sailing Championships on Lake Ontario! It’s the premier regatta before worlds! Follow @CORKKingston on Twitter for updates!

Go to Sunday Morning Yoga in Battery Park along the waterfront downtown! This free, all-levels yoga class is taught outside by local yoga instructors, and it’s open to the public! Bring your own mat and start your day feeling invigorated! Class is 9:30am-10:30am, come early to get a good spot!

Relax and enjoy live country music outside on the patio at The Mansion between 3pm-5pm on Sunday afternoon, June 25th. Breakfast is served until 3pm and there’s even a beach volleyball tournament starting up there later on Sunday night!

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