Friday Foto

Johnny Bower, Doug Gilmour, Harvey Rosen, Mayor of Kingston, Chris Whyman, Town Crier, Colonel Rick Fawcett, CFB Kingston Base Commander, Feb Fest, Limestone Classic hockey game, Paul Wash photographyHave you had a chance to catch your breath yet?  Over the past two weeks, Kingston has been bustling with some rather significant events, specifically Reelout 11, Feb Fest 2010, and now CFRC’s Annual Funding Drive.  With Valentines and Family Day on the horizon next week, it will only be a matter of time until Kingstonist turns two years old.  It’s hard to believe, but our second birthday is also fast approaching, and we’ve been thinking long and hard about where the community-driven site is going, and how we can help it get there.  Presently, we’re investigating exciting opportunities and partnerships, as well as new ways to attract and retain contributors from all walks of life in Kingston.  Additionally, we’ve also been putting the finishing touches on our latest contest, which will run up until our big birthday bash on March 2nd.  Details will be unveiled early next week, so stay tuned.  In the meantime, get out there and enjoy this gorgeous weather.  If you’re so inclined, perhaps we’ll catch up with you at either the Soul Shakedown in support of CRFC’s annual Funding Drive, or Slaves of Spanky’s anti-Valentines Day extravaganza.

Special thanks to Paul Wash for today’s Friday Foto, which captures the moment the puck dropped at last weekend’s Feb Fest-ivities.  NHL legend Johny Bower does the honour, while Doug Gilmour, and CFB Kingston’s Base Commander, Colonel Rick Fawcett, are sporting big grins for the camera.  This is one of many great shots from the weekend, and it can also be seen in our Flickr pool.

Harvey Kirkpatrick

Harvey Kirkpatrick is Kingstonist's Co-Founder. His features curiously explore urban planning, what if scenarios, the local food scene and notable Kingstonians. Loves playing tourist and listening to rap music. Learn more about Harvey...

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