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Celebrate Art After Dark in downtown Kingston

On Friday, Sept. 24, 2021, Art After Dark returns to downtown Kingston. Art galleries and art-loving businesses are once again opening their doors so art enthusiasts can start or add to their personal art collections. Art After Dark will run from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in various locations in

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Art enthusiasts are invited downtown for a distanced Art After Dark experience

Art galleries and art loving businesses will once again open their doors for Art After Dark tonight, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. This biannual event has been running for over 10 years and is always met with great reception by art enthusiasts who are starting or adding to their personal art

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Spotlight YGK: May 24 edition

  Spotlight YGK It’s summer, right? Contrary to calendar dates, the warm weather and the patios suggest perhaps maybe it is … This Week … FRIDAY LIVE MUSIC: BluMartini : Tighten Up, The Bon Evans Band and Jim Dan Dee (9 :45pm) https://www.facebook.com/events/2629806700367652/ Santur Brewing : Zak Colbert (8pm) https://www.facebook.com/events/560010311193140/ Musiikki Cafe: Gillian

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Get ready for the biggest Art After Dark Spring Celebration yet

  On Friday, May 24 downtown Kingston will become an art lover’s paradise. Art After Dark celebrates local art and artists in various downtown Kingston locations from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. “This year, for Art After Dark, we have 28 participating businesses and artists. That’s our highest number ever

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Kingston Frameworks becomes family business

Kingston Frameworks has been a fixture in downtown Kingston since 1982. Thirty seven years ago, Wayne Morris opened the storefront at 198 Princess Street, offering the citizens of Kingston a place to look after their art and memories. While attending Queen’s University, Wayne worked part-time at Camera Kingston. He had

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Spotlight YGK: September 28 Edition

The last official weekend of September. Yes – we’re about to turn over a new leaf, and usher in Halloween season! This Week … TONIGHT LIVE MUSIC: Stereo Nights @ King’s Town Brewing 7pm; No Cover – Intimate acoustic performances of original and cover songs from the 50’s to now

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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

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Most Anticipated Spring Events in Kingston

With the temperature ever so slowly rising, hopes of spring are in the air and Kingstonians are beginning to come out of hibernation once again.  Spring is a great time to start anew, clean out closets, sort through winter clothes and maybe even start planning your garden.  Along with these

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Guide to Culture Days 2013

Next week Canada will celebrate our 4th annual Culture Days – a weekend-long celebration of culture that takes place from coast-to-coast.  Culture Days is a collection of events created by artists and organizers who have volunteered their time and talent to share their craft through free public activities.  Thousands of

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Most Anticipated Fall Events in Kingston

Today we’re celebrating Labour Day, which coincides with the return of post-secondary students, last minute preparations for the first day of school, and a great opportunity to tend to last minute, summery pursuits.  While we’re looking ahead to the best fall events Kingston has to offer, keep in mind we’ve

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Top Five Things to See and Do in Spring 2013

This time last year, Kingstonians were frolicking about sporting flip flops and sleeve/pant-less attire as we hopped from one sun-kissed patio to the next. This year, thanks to the faulty predictions made by an out of work groundhog, we’re begrudgingly still trying to coax Old Man Winter out the door. 

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Top Five Things to See and Do in Spring 2012

As we begin to see blossoming tulips and the other tell-tale sights and sounds of Spring, we’ve also noticed quite an impressive list of activities piling up on our community events calendar. Selecting which to feature in our seasonal top 5 is almost as difficult as choosing which ones to

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