Arts & Culture

4 Weeks, 10 Festivals: July 2015 Festivals Guide

When a month kicks off with fireworks and ends with motorcycles flying through the air in front of City Hall, you know you’re in prime festival season. Especially when there’s an outdoor art showcase, a buskers rendezvous and a food fest peppered in between. Here’s the lowdown on nine festivals you shouldn’t miss in Kingston this month. Canada Day July 1, 2015: Downtown It’s fitting the first capital…

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Arts & Culture

50 Things to Do in Kingston: July Edition

Another month, another list! With summer officially here, Kingston is the place to be this July with awesome Canada Day celebrations, 10 different festivals, plenty of live entertainment for all musical tastes, riveting theatre and much more. Check out the list below and spend some time with us in Limestone City in July! Canada Day 1. Check out the City’s Canada Day Celebrations at Grass Creek or Confederation…

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