Kingston Frontenac Public Library invites you to discuss the book you are reading at today's Books and Beer club meeting at the Loyal Oarsman.
Kingston Transit is holding its annual meeting to provide the public an opportunity to participate in the review of Kingston Transit’s Accessibility Plan.
An ASL Interpreter will be present and assistive hearing devices will be available. If there is a requirement for other accommodations to be provided, please contact Sheri Vasko, firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-546-4291, ext. 1330.
Kick off the season with the annual Jingle Bell Walk and lighting of the Memorial Tree in City Park.
This popular Kingston tradition starts at 6 p.m. in Springer Market Square where the Kingston Townsmen Chorus will serenade those enjoying free public skating (weather permitting).
The 10-minute walk to City Park, accompanied by the Juniour Cantabile Choir, culminates in the lighting of the Memorial Tree at around 7 p.m.
Visits with Santa Claus and free candy canes will be available in Springer Market Square after the tree-lighting ceremony.
- Live entertainment
- Free skating in Springer Market Square (weather permitting)
- Hot chocolate is being offered with a donation to PROkids
- Jingle Bell Walk rings will be provided to those who bring a non-perishable food item or cash donation for the Partners in Mision Food Bank
Kingston Frontenac Public Library (http://www.kfpl.ca) invites you to discuss - en Français - the book you are reading.
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia makes a triumphant return to the Grand Theatre with The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Little Cloud and The Mixed-up Chameleon by award-winning childrens book illustrator and writer Eric Carle, retold on stage in black light. The Very Hungry Caterpillar follows the wonderful adventures of a very tiny and very hungry caterpillar that progresses through an amazing variety of foods towards his eventual metamorphosis into a beautiful butterfly.
Rural residents of the City are invited to attend this information session about building legal secondary suites in their homes.
In addition to assisting homeowners with mortgage payments, secondary suites, such as basement apartments or in-law suites, provide affordable housing that meets the needs of various households including seniors, live-in caregivers, single parents and other smaller households.
The Housing, Building, and Planning & Development Departments will discuss the process and technical aspects of creating a legal secondary suite in the rural region of Kingston. In addition, KFL&A Public Health, the Cataraqui Conservation Authority, and local septic system design experts will be presenting on private septic and well water servicing.
Kingston Frontenac Public Library invites you to discuss the book you are reading at today's Books and Beans club meeting at CoffeeCo across from Springer Market Square.
December 19 & 20 7:30pm
Imagine Tchaikovsky's Christmas tale uniquely reimagined, Canadian-style. The Nutcracker, A Canadian Tradition adds Canadas own twist to this much-loved holiday classic.
Audiences around North America will be treated to a unique concert experience as the Canadian musical powerhouse Leahy takes the stage for A Leahy Family Christmas. Embarking on this tour gives the members of Leahy the chance to share a bit of the magic of the Christmas season that began when they were children and continues today.
A family oriented celebration of the new year that will excite young and old alike. Held both indoors and outdoors the event features horse drawn wagon rides, live entertainment, free skating on the Rogers K-Rock Centre ice, and a variety of ongoing activities of interest to all ages. The whole evening culminates in a fantastic fireworks finale! Its fun and its all FREE!
Proceeds for hot chocolate go to PROkids.