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Kingston’s west-end market moving after failed communication with City

A local farmer’s market manager is disappointed by the lack of communication she has received from the municipal government in the past three months about the upcoming season for farmer’s markets. According to Ruthie Cummings, founder and market manager of the YGK West Market (also known as the West Market

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Letter: Embracing rogue

The following is a letter to the editor. The views and opinions expressed in this letter do not necessarily reflect those of Kingstonist. After leaders in Kingston naively asked Premier Doug Ford for permission to manage Covid-19 restrictions regionally, Mr. Ford appropriately responded that he didn’t want ‘people going rogue.’

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West end farmer’s market continues growth

West Market Kingston, the city’s newest farmer’s market, is in the middle of its second year at the corner of Front Road and Days Road, and market manager Ruthie Cummings is beaming with excitement about the many new vendors that are joining the Saturday market. “We’re growing in size, we

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Get ready for the 2019 Zucchini 500

Once a year, the Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market holds an event unlike any other in the city, and one meant to inspire fun, creativity, and good old fashioned silliness. Of course, we’re talking about the Zucchini 500, the event where participants use a zucchini as the body of their race

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Night Market: Loving Spoonful and the Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market serve up one of Kingston’s most unique annual events

As the sun is setting earlier in the day, it is time for one of Kingston’s most beloved events to take over the grounds of the Memorial Centre. Each year, Loving Spoonful and the Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market present their Night Market, and evening full of fun, entertainment, socializing, and,

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Top Five Things to See and Do in Kingston in October 2017

Fort Fright, October 1-30: Fort Henry’s Fort Fright is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary this year and is scarier than ever. This year’s theme is dreams and nightmares with promises of more scares and more interactivity. Visitors are challenged to witness the living nightmare of little Sarah and the horrors that

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