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Are you planning an event at Queen’s University or downtown Kingston in 2019?
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Recurring Events Policy
Why? QueensEvents.ca is focused on promoting one-time-only events, therefore we do not accept year-round activities.
- We prioritize one-time-only events to avoid clutter.
- Daily events can be added for a maximum of 7 days.
- If you are posting about Hiring, instead of submitting the application period, submit the application deadline (one day).
Events vs. Activities – What’s the difference?
- If anyone can go at any time, it’s an Activity (e.g. skating, rock climbing, art gallery).
- If you are hosting a special, one-time-only occasion (e.g. figure skating show, rock climbing competition, art gallery reception), this likely counts as an Event.
Glossary of Terms
- Event: a one-time-only occasion that has a fixed end date. Example: Concerts, speaker series, film screenings, art receptions, sports games, open mic nights, workshops, dances, fundraisers, club nights, career fairs, etc.
- Activity: a recreational pursuit that does not have a specified end date.
- Within walking distance of Queen’s campus: from Lake Ontario Park to the Leon’s Centre; from Kingston Memorial Centre to the Tett Centre
- Mention @EventsQueens on Twitter in your event announcements and we’ll retweet you!
- Tag @queensevents on Instagram in your event posts, and we’ll share it!
- Post in the Queen’s Events Facebook group (must have NetID).
- Must be within walking distance of Queen’s.
- Must be within a “student” budget.
- Not against the law. No keggers, no house parties. Because it’s illegal to promote them, plus Kingston Police follows us!