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Grandma Bee’s Hats by Napanee natives is perfect gift for mum

In case you need a reminder, Mother’s day is Sunday, May 9, 2021. After a year that seems endless, this is the perfect time to celebrate our mother figures by showering them with attention and love. Whether near or far, whether we get to visit or not, tokens of our

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Kingston Grandmother Connection reopens online store to support African grandmothers

After a successful fall sale online, the Kingston Grandmother Connection has reopened their Shopify store to continue to raise money for the charities supporting African grandmothers, and in hopes of attracting Mother’s Day shoppers. Kingston Grandmother Connection (KGC) is a group of women involved in supporting The Stephen Lewis Foundation’s

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Celebrate Artisan Made Co’s Grand Opening with their exclusive Virtual Spring Collection

Six months after opening their doors, Artisan Made Co is holding a Grand Opening. It won’t be an in-person event, but it will be a celebration of spring online. “April marks six months in business and we wanted to celebrate with our local community and makers,” said Jessica Pecore, the

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Great local gifts just in time for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is almost here. While we won’t be celebrating in the same style this year, Moms need celebrating more than ever. In keeping with efforts to shop local, we have curated this list of local businesses offering specials specifically for moms. Local gifts for every mom Shop & Play

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Jiffy Grill to close one of its three locations

For over 28 years, Farida Hussain has owned The Jiffy Grill, a popular diner at the Kingston Centre. This coming Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 10, 2020, will mark the end of a long era as the Jiffy Grill closes its Kingston Centre location. In the last 10 years, though, Farida

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Kingston youth continues to give with ‘Gnome for a Home’

  A local 10-year-old, Lylia Essaddsm, founded Gnome for a Home to help raise awareness about homelessness in Kingston and help them with food and shelter. This started around Christmastime in 2018 while walking downtown Kingston with her family, where she noticed the number of homeless people who were not

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