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Kingston’s Kimball Theatre Pipe Organ

The Kimball theatre pipe organ in Kingston Ontario is the largest pipe organ in Canada. It was built by the Chicago Kimball Pipe Organ factory in 1928 for installation in the State Theatre in Youngstown Ohio to accompany silent movies of the era. It served there for many years until it was removed as the theatre changed hands and purpose. In 1979, a group of…

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50 Things to Do in Kingston: April Edition

April is shaping up to be an exciting month in Kingston! Check out the list below of some great events and activities that you won’t want to miss out on!   1. Check out Lumpys Lullabyes at the Tir nan Óg 2. Spend an Evening with Harry at the Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts 3. Go see Dogfight 5. Take a tour of the new…

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