It’s week 10! Due dates are looming closer, sunset is at 4:37pm so #itgetsdarkearly, the wind coming off Lake Ontario refuses to quit until it’s flipped over every recycling bin in the neighbourhood, and the lineup for CoGro/Timmy’s/the treadmill is ≥ the lineup for Wind Up Wednesdays. Un-cool!
You know what IS cool? The number 61! That’s how many events are happening in the NEXT THREE DAYS in Kingston! Just wait until you see a glimpse of what that looks like! Open the weather forecast in a new tab
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Saturday all day
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An Evening with Hey Ocean! @ Clark Hall Pub
Date: Friday, Nov. 17 at 9pm. 19+ only
Two sets spanning more than a decade of music together. Hey Ocean has returned from a 3-year hiatus with their new album “The Hurt of Happiness” to be released in early 2018. Check out their new track ‘Sleepwalker’ here.
Buy Tickets Online! Note: Clark Hall Pub requires that you show Queen’s ID (Student/Staff card) at the door, or be signed in as a guest.
Poet & author Shane Koyczan @ Grand Theatre
Date: Friday, Nov. 17 at 7:30pm. All Ages + cash bar.
Shane Koyczan “puts his finger on the pulse of what it’s like to be young and different.” His poem “We Are More” was featured at Canada Day on Parliament Hill, and he performed a variation of it during the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
ASUS Trips: Outing to Ottawa
Date: Saturday, Nov. 18 all day
Explore the Byward Market, do some much needed retail therapy at Rideau Center, or go visit Parliament! The possibilities are endless. Tickets are $31.50 and include round trip bus fare!
DOLLHOUSE at The Isabel in collaboration with Tone Deaf Festival
Date: Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7:30pm. All Ages + cash bar.
“A remarkably creative feat of dance and music in the 21st century.” Disruptive and surprising, Dollhouse walks a unique line of Artaudan fiction and slapstick with the performer acting simultaneously as instrument and conductor. “No other choreographer creates one-of-a-kind events as mystical, unpretentious, and full of wonder.” Governor-General Award in the Arts recipient, Gordon Monahan, will be creating the sounds live on-stage.
Buy Tickets Online – use promo code DSC12 to save $4 off student tickets!
Kingston Santa Claus Parade
Date: Saturday, Nov. 18 at 5pm-8pm along Princess Street.
Kick off the holiday season with the annual Santa Claus Parade down Princess Street! The big guy himself will be on hand after the parade in Springer Market Square for the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony.
DIY Ugly Christmas Sweaters @ Southpaw Cat Cafe
Date: Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7pm-9pm.
Join Mandi Coulter of Yes, please Sewing Studio for an evening of cats and sewing! You bring the sweater, Mandi will bring the supplies and Southpaw Cat Cafe will provide the coffee!
Backpacks for Homeless
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 from 12pm-3pm.
As the winter months approach, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church will be collecting donations of items to fill backpacks for homeless individuals in Kingston. On Sunday, you are invited to meet downtown Kingston to hand the backpacks out to those in need.