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Top five things to do in Kingston this September

It’s the beginning of a month again, and that means it’s time for us to give you our top five picks of events happening in the Limestone City! School might be back in session, but there’s still plenty of warm weather to enjoy your fair share of outdoor activities, so

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Top Five Things to See and Do in September 2017

September is upon us, and that means two things.  First, the kids are back on the bus and headed back to the classroom.  Second, this is our last chance to enjoy some really great weather before tucking in for the Fall, and whatever may come as the days get shorter. 

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Top Five Things to See and Do in September 2016

Whether the idea of September makes you cringe or cheer, the month that brings us school, students and pumpkin spice has arrived. While transitioning back to regular routines, close-toed shoes and long pants can be difficult for some, the good news is that there is no shortage of fun to

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Top Five Things to See and Do in September 2015

The final holidays of the Summer and the first day back in class are fast approaching.  Whether either of those milestones makes you cringe or cheer for joy, the arrival of September is truly something we can all look forward too.  Soon, the city will be buzzing with post-secondary students,

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What if Kingston…

Last weekend, Confederation Park and Market Square played host to the Kingston Multicultural Arts Festival, Fare on the Square as well as the regular Farmer’s Market. All of these activities have grown in size and popularity over the past few years, which is a testament to the good work being

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Top 10 of 2010: Nuit Blanche in Kingston

The day before this top ranking post was published, I was racking my brain to come up with a great, arts-centric poll.  I settled on proposing an all-night arts spectacle after reading numerous reviews from Torontonians who had attended Nuit Blanche that very same weekend. I had no idea the

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Nuit Blanche in Kingston

This past weekend, Toronto played host to Nuit Blanche, an all-night contemporary arts festival that is hosted at a variety of untraditional venues across the city. The origins of Nuit Blanche are heavily disputed as cities such as Paris, Berlin and St. Petersberg lay claim to founding the event.  Nowadays,

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