Kingston’s Best Halloweekend Events

Haven’t made plans for your Halloweekend yet? We’ve got you covered! Here’s a quick snapshot of what’s happening in Kingston for going out on a date, going out with friends, or just flying solo!

Haven’t made plans for your Halloweekend yet? We’ve got you covered! Below is a quick snapshot of what’s happening in Kingston for going out on a date, going out with friends, or just flying solo.

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A summary of what’s going on in Kingston, pulled from Twitter and Facebook!

 

TURN BACK YOUR CLOCKS, please…and notice we START AT 10AM now!!Did we mention we’re in the barns as of tomorrow? 😉

Posted by Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market on Saturday, October 31, 2015

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Friday, Oct. 30

The Rocky Horror Show LIVE @ Theological Hall – It’s astounding… life is fleeting… madness… takes its toll… Tickets are $20 in advance for this live theatrical production of The Rocky Horror Show! We’d recommend heading to Stooley’s Pub (corner of Johnson & Division) or The Grad Club (corner of Barrie & Union St W) for dinner, then to the show (starts at 8pm, get there around 7:30pm).

Kingston Fronts vs. Peterborough Petes “Pink in the Rink” Fundraiser @ K-ROCK Centre – Wear pink in support of cancer survivors! Tickets avail at the K-ROCK Centre Box Office.

Kingston Symphony Vinyl Records Sale – Don’t miss Kingston’s largest sale of Vinyl Records, CDs, DVDs, CD & DVD players, Shelf Systems, Components, Speakers, Turntables, BoomBoxes and related cables, wires, amplifiers, etc.

SOLD OUT! Film Screening: The Rocky Horror Picture Show @ The Screening Room

Queen’s Gaels Volleyball (M) vs Ryerson Rams @ ARC – Men’s Volleyball is hosting a tournament this weekend in the ARC – making this the perfect weekend to deck yourself out in tricolour.

DEAR ROUGE with special guest RAH RAH, CAVEBOY 

Saturday, Oct. 31

Symphonic Spooktacular @ Grand Theatre – Going to the Symphony is not only an amazing date idea, but also something worthwhile to cross of your bucket list. BOO! Join your Kingston Symphony this Hallowe’en for a rollicking party where you will get your tricks and your treats! Come in costume and you could win a prize.

ART HELL @ The Artel (All Ages) – ART HELL is an immersive art horror house party, inspired and repulsed by Allyson Mitchell’s Killjoy Kastle, Christian hell houses and Fluxus happenings. in the accessible, all ages venue space of The Artel.

Film Screening: The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Buy your tickets in advance for one of two film screenings of RHPS at The Screening Room. This event WILL sell out!

The Tett SEA MONSTER BALL (19+) – A MONSTER of a party! The Tett presents Squid Lid, DJ Laura Kelly and special guests for a very scary underwater black-light DANCE PARTY extravaganza!

The Haunted Mansion w GOLDWING / LISTEN UP KID (19+) – Celebrate Halloween in style with close friends @ The Mansion with a chance to win $1000.00 for best costume!! … & much more fun

HARS Halloween Bash Fundraiser (19+) – Your Favourite Halloween Fundraiser Bash is BACK! Bust out your best costume and come and get down with us for a good cause on the Dance Floor!

Sunday, Nov. 1

Kingston Symphony Vinyl Records Sale – Don’t miss Kingston’s largest sale of Vinyl Records, CDs, DVDs, CD & DVD players, Shelf Systems, Components, Speakers, Turntables, BoomBoxes and related cables, wires, amplifiers, etc.

FREE Biryani Lunch – You like free food, don’t you? The Queen’s University Pakistani Students Association (QPSA) happens to be providing a biryani lunch, absolutely free! Come out this Sunday and fill your empty stomachs with one of South Asia’s finest delicacies.

Emanuel Ax (Pianist) @ The Isabel – Emanuel Ax is a Grammy-winning American classical pianist. He is an internationally acclaimed performer, and a teacher on the faculty of the Juilliard School.

Documentary Screening & Discussion of Lia Tarachansky’s ‘On the Side of the Road’ – Kingston Independent Jewish Voices (IJV) and Kingston Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR) as we welcome documentary film writer and director Lia Tarachansky to Kingston. “On the Side of the Road” looks into the history “of those who fought to erase Palestine and created an Israeli landscape of denial,” particularly looking into the events of the Nakba in 1948.

The Mountaintop – Award-winning play takes you into the mind of Martin Luther King Jr the night before his assassination

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