Arts & Culture

50 Things to do in Kingston: October Edition

October is a great time to Visit Kingston, with a ton of events to get you in the mood for Halloween, live performances by some Canadian greats, plenty of hands-on workshops, outdoor adventures and much, much more. Without further ado, and in no particular order are 50 things to do in Kingston in October! Halloween Haunts 2. Make the most of the Halloween season with Ghosts…

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The Great Outdoors

Fort Fright Returns With More Terrifying Scares

Fort Fright is bringing back the dead this fall, armed with brand new attractions, an army of scare actors and new technology guaranteed to have visitors shaking in their boots. Established in 2007, Fort Fright was designed to leverage Canada’s second most celebrated holiday, Halloween, while simultaneously bridging the gap for fall tourism events. While initially projected to attract around 4,000 visitors in its first…

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Julia Segal

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Michelle McShane

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Rosalyn Gambhir

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Patrick Bisson

Community Manager. Writer. Social Media Champion