Where in Kingston?

Where in Kingston contest
As promised, tonight we’re launching Kingstonist’s new contest titled “Where in Kingston .” We decided to run with this type of contest based upon the positive feedback it received from our loyal readers in late September. The rules are simple. Identify what is pictured in the photograph above, and where “it” is located in Kingston. Although the image is considerably distorted and pixelated, each week we’ll give you a clearer view, and eventually end up with the original photo at the end of November. In order to guess, simply log in (register here if you haven’t already done so) and comment. You are only permitted one guess per week, and only your first guess will be published. Other than the photos, we’re going to be pretty tight lipped about any other details. Now for some details about what you’re playing for. I am very excited to announce our biggest prize to date, which was generously donated by one of our founding members. How does two tickets to see the Kingston Symphony Orchestra perform their holiday concert at St. George’s Cathedral sound? This festive concert is scheduled for December 17th, and from experience I can attest that it’s a pretty fantastic way to jolt yourself into the holiday mode. In case classical music isn’t your thing, the tickets will make a great gift for someone special on your shopping list. Enjoy, and let the fun begin!

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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