Weekly Poll: Canada Day in Kingston


As Canada’s first capital, Kingston takes Canada Day pretty seriously.  There are tons of fun, historical, educational, family-friendly events occurring in and around the downtown core all day long this Wednesday.  With the 2015 Pan Am Games less than two weeks away, many of this year’s events will be focused on the games in anticipation […]

Weekly Poll: Most Anticipated Events in July 2015 in Kingston


Schoooool’s out for summerrr!  Well, just about.  Many LDSB students are still plugging away at finals and getting ready for graduation ceremonies, but for the most part, summer is here and vacation is within reach.  While we all enjoy events like Feb Fest, or heading out for a skate on the lake, summer has been […]

Top Five Things to See and Do in June 2015


The patios are hopping, the gardens are blooming and the temperatures are steadily rising in our favour.  June is two days away, which means that the end of another school semester and glorious summer vacation are now in sight.   As we look forward to the summer solstice (aka the longest day of the year), we’re […]

Weekly Poll: Most Anticipated Events in June 2015 in Kingston


Today is the first unofficial holiday of the Summer: Victoria Day!  That likely means your coolers are fully stocked, the grill is prepped, and you’ve got big plans to hang out with friends and family and reminisce about surviving another wretched winter.  The arrival of Victoria Day also means that June and Summer are nearly […]

Top Five Things to See and Do in May 2015


While May is just around the corner, let’s not forget that it snowed last week and it’s still a bit too chilly for wasting the day away on local patios.  Thankfully our top five things to see and do in May 2015 will warm you up and get you out to enjoy the best of […]

Top Five Things to See and Do in April 2015


For our top five things to see and do in April 2015, Kingstonist is highlighting a trio of highly anticipated concerts, as well as opportunities to embrace your inner geek and root, root, root for the home team.  Enjoy! Kingston Frontenacs Playoffs, various dates in April 2015 (and beyond?):  with the return of standout NHL […]

Weekly Poll: Most Anticipated Events in April 2015 in Kingston


Even though small piles of dirty snow and ice continue to lurk in the shady corners of Kingston, many of us have already put the shovels away, taken snow tires off and stowed most of our winter gear until next year. April will soon be upon us, which means colourful Easter egg hunts for some, […]

Weekly Poll: Skate Your Way Throughout Kingston


If a city can become more vibrant and accessible by developing a network of bike lanes, why not consider establishing skate lanes for commuting and recreational purposes during the winter months?  This was the very question posed by landscape architecture student Matthew Gibbs, whose thesis project envisioned the creation of a “Freezeway” for the city […]