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Kingston Grandmother Connection’s Outdoor Market

Kingston Grandmother Connection’s Outdoor Baking & Crafts Sale: Saturday, Sept. 11 from 10 am to 3 pm, outdoors at 617 Earl St. (Earl and Willingdon). Rain date: Sept. 12. We’re selling lots of our popular sewing crafts, baking and other goodies, used books, Sandglass Creations and African products. Plus, we’ll

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Kingston businesses offering free home delivery during the pandemic

It is not “business as usual” for many bricks and mortar establishments these days. Those with products have been scrambling to find ways to continue selling their wares to their customers. Below is a collection of local businesses who offer free delivery to their clients. It is by no means

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Fright Night at the Boys and Girls Club

Halloween night is less than a week away, and there’s something spooky happening over at the Boys and Girls Club of Kingston and Area (BGC). Get ready for a creepy, ghoulish experience, as BGC hosts Fright Night 2019 tonight, Friday, Oct. 25, 2019. Go through a haunted house, create some

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Event hopes to help people ‘understand the beauty and diversity of Indigenous culture in Canada’

Given its rich history, and the fact that the land this city was built on originally belonged to the Anishnabee and Haudenosaunee, Kingston should be a great place to learn more about Canadian Indigenous culture. And True North Aid is helping facilitate that. True North Aid, an organization dedicated to

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Local library and retirement residences create ‘meaningful experience’ with Intergenerational Storytime

Bringing seniors and children together can have a profound impact on both parties, allowing seniors the opportunity to socialize with the youngest generation, and children the opportunity to learn from those who’ve come before them. Thanks to a pilot program launched by the Kingston Frontenac Public Library in partnership with

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