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Tett Centre celebrates fifth anniversary

It’s almost hard to believe that one of Kingston’s most beloved and busy hubs didn’t exist just years ago, but today marks a milestone for the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning. Friday, Jan. 31, 2020 is the fifth anniversary of the place where dancers practice, artists learn and work,

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Sister City student art exchange comes to Kingston

The City of Kingston is set to welcome a delegation from one of its sister cities, Scottsdale, AZ, this month. The cities recently kicked off their 25th anniversary of partnership with a special exhibit, the Sister City Teen Art Show, which saw artwork produced by Kingston students from the Limestone

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Juniper Café reopened after renovations

  After a brief closure and a change of ownership, the Juniper Café at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is now open once again, and with some changes that are perfectly timed for summer. With amazing new staff and a lovely waterfront patio, you get the same amazing

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Tett Center shows Kirk Dunn’s The Knitting Pilgrim

  The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning will host The Knitting Pilgrim, a one-hour play co-written by Kirk Dunn and wife Claire Ross Dunn with the support of the Toronto Arts Council tonight at 8pm. Born in Kingston, Dunn is an actor, writer, corporate consultant, and knitter. The Knitting

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