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50 Things to do in Kingston: February Edition

Will you be finding yourself in or around Limestone City in February? As always, there’s plenty happening in Kingston – FebFest kicks off February 5th and promises to be another great year, there are a ton of unique performances at The Grand Theatre, The Isabel and the Domino Theatre that you won’t want to miss, two esteemed film festivals, legendary Canadian concerts and so much more!…

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Arts & Culture

An Inexpensive and Classy Evening—at the Symphony

If you are under 35 years old, you can sign up for a free Backstage Pass at the Kingston Symphony and get $10 tickets to a classy show. With regular tickets ranging from $20 to $50, this is an incredible deal. I need not say more if you already love classical music. If you are unfamiliar, below is a very quick summary of the next…

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