Arts & Culture

50 Things to Do in Kingston: June Edition

Get out your calendars and get ready to do some pre-planning, because there are a ton of things happening in Kingston in June! We’ve gone ahead and broken the various events and activities out into different categories: History, Music, Entertainment, The Arts, Pubs & Nightlife, Family Friendly, Festivals, Shopping and Sports & Recreation for easy browsing.¬†Some great musical acts find themselves in Kingston this month,…

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Arts & Culture

Art and Emergence, More Than Just a Pretty Flower

Guest post written by Lori Kallay The Canadian ground has finally embraced the glacial retreat that was our winter and wonderful things are emerging – things like grass and buds and robins. We won’t discuss the emerging pet messes left behind hidden under that blanket of ice; that isn’t the type of emergence we want to embrace. So in celebration of being woken up by…

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Julia Segal

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Wife. Mother. Outdoor Adventurer. (not in any particular order)

Rosalyn Gambhir

Type A, Perfectionist, Workaholic

Patrick Bisson

Community Manager. Writer. Social Media Champion