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Kingston Kiwanis Music Festival prepares virtual Highlights concert

As has been the case for many events and performances over the past year, the Kingston Kiwanis Music Festival (KKMF) has made the move to an online format for their 2021 Festival Highlights concert. Every spring, the Kingston Kiwanis Music Festival holds a performance festival to highlight local music students

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City budget discussions to be live-streamed

The City is inviting constituents to virtually attend budget deliberations next week, as Council reviews various capital and operating budgets supported by the municipality. “We want to continue to be open and transparent about how spending and resource allocation decisions are made, and to provide residents with the opportunity to

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Children’s Summer Programs Go Digital at KFPL

Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) is excited to announce that their summer programming for kids is now available virtually. Children can enjoy their favourite library programs, including Family Storytime, and Baby and Me, along with some special summer programs. “We are offering a combination of live and recorded programs for

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Kingston Symphony comes together virtually to close out season

Classical musicians everywhere have been mourning the early closures of their seasons due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Kingston Symphony included. When the orchestra was forced to close their 2019-2020 season early before they could perform their final concert featuring Beethoven’s Symphony No.8 and No. 9, the Symphony Music Director,

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KFPL to launch favourite children’s programming online

A team of programmers from Kingston Frontenac Public Library branches across the city are busy preparing videos to share with children and families who are safe at home during this pandemic. “We’re really excited about this new initiative,” said Kim Sutherland-Mills, Manager of Programming and Outreach at Kingston Frontenac Public

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Kingston teen finding international fame for flipping classic cars

  “I never intended to be in the entertainment industry at all,” said 18-year-old Blake McGinness. “All that I knew was that I wanted to do car stuff.” McGinness is in grade 12 at KCVI and flips classic cars. He’s currently signed to Mayhem Entertainment, a Burnaby-based production company, and

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