Most Anticipated Events in November 2015 in Kingston

anticipated November events, Tone Deaf, Cross Country Championships, The Mountaintop, Santa Claus Parade, Kingston, OntarioSchool is well under way, pumpkins are being carved and the mercury was below zero this morning.  Fall is upon us and November will be here before we know it.  This week we’re taking a look at some of the events that will make this chilly time of year a bit easier to take.

As always, organizations in ygk are offering a wide variety of community, cultural and sports events to keep us busy in the month of November.  Flying V Productions, Kingston Punk Productions and music venues in town are welcoming an array of concerts, sure to suit the tastes of many.  More specifically, Tone Deaf is back for its 14th Festival of Adventurous Sound Performance at various venues from Nov. 2-13.  In the theatre and literary world, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, poet, author and Holocaust survivor Roald Hoffmann will be present at a free public reading of his play, Something That Belongs to You featuring live musical accompaniment at The Isabel.  Also in the theatre is a production of The Mountaintop by Theatre Kingston from October 30th-November 15th (win tickets here!) and Jesus Christ Superstar is being performed by The Kingston Meistersingers from November 12th-22nd.  On November 28th, Kingston will host The Canadian Cross Country Championships at CFB Kingston, adjacent to Fort Henry.  With such a huge assortment of events to choose from, this week we want to know:

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This list only scrapes the surface of the wide range of events being offered in November in Kingston, so naturally, we’ve missed  few.  Tell us about your favourite event in November, or, perhaps you’re going to try out something totally new to you.  We want to hear all about it so drop off your comments below.

Thanks to Sangudo for today’s photo.


Danielle Lennon

Danielle Lennon is Kingstonist's Co-Founder. She was the Editor, Community Event Coordinator and Contributor at-large (2008-2018). She is otherwise employed as a section violinist with the Kingston Symphony, violin teacher, studio musician and cat lover. Learn more about Danielle...

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