KINGSTON NEWS

How does Kingston reach 65% waste diversion?

The City is looking for new strategies that can be implemented to capture more organics, recyclables, yard waste out of your weekly garbage that goes to landfill.

Students: have a move-out plan

The City wants to congratulate students on finishing their academic year and share tips on how to make spring or summer move-out go smoothly.

Early start to pothole repairs

As the City works around the clock to patch potholes, it reminds residents the patches made in the winter are a temporary fix.

CITY BLOGS

Interpreting the City’s Official Plan

Recently, I received a thoughtful message from a community member about my Mar. 5 briefing to council   regarding the City’s proposed mid-rise and tall building design guidelines. This...

Connecting artists with the Kingston community

One of the main purposes of the Grand OnStage program presented by the City of Kingston is to provide Kingston audiences with opportunities to see artists from across Canada and around the...

Why culture?

Kingston has long been known as a city that is culturally vibrant.  In fact, when I first started working with the City of Kingston almost 10 years ago, there was already so much going on...

EVENTS CALENDAR

Start Date:
Sun, April 21, 2019 12:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
Description:
Start Date:
Mon, April 22, 2019 2:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
945 Princess Street, Innovation Park, Front Boardroom
Description:
Start Date:
Mon, April 22, 2019 12:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
Description:
Kingston Frontenac Public Library is looking for six emerging or practising poets aged 14 or older who are interested in an hour-long one-on-one mentorship session in April with Kingston Poet Laureate Jason Heroux. If that describes you, please submit a sample of your poetry (from five to 12 pages in length) to poetlaureate@cityofkingston.ca . Don't forget to include your full name and your contact information with your submission. To be eligible, your submission must be received by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 11. (Those without an email address may submit their verse as a print-out or typescript at any branch of Kingston Frontenac Public Library, marked to the attention of Poet Laureate Jason Heroux, c/o Isabel Turner Branch.) Please note that the six mentorship sessions will take place at the following times: Tuesday, April 9 at Central, at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Friday, April 12 at Calvin Park, at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 23 at Isabel Turner, at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. When sending in your poetry, please be sure to list which of these six sessions you'd be able to attend, ranked in order of your preference. Jason will review all the submissions and will schedule one-on-one meetings with six poets. During your hour he will go over your work and offer both feedback and possible next steps. KFPL acknowledges the support of the City of Kingston through the Poet Laureate program, increasing the profile of the literary arts within the City and beyond. Please contact Anne Hall, 613-549-8888, ext.3528, ahall@kfpl.ca with any questions or responses.
Start Date:
Tue, April 23, 2019 10:00 AM
Duration:
1 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Isabel Turner Branch Kingston Frontenac Public Library 935 Gardiners Rd.
Description:

Kingston Frontenac Public Library is looking for six emerging or practising poets aged 14 or older who are interested in an hour-long one-on-one mentorship session in April with Kingston Poet Laureate Jason Heroux.

If that describes you, please submit a sample of your poetry (from five to 12 pages in length) to poetlaureate@cityofkingston.ca .    Don't forget to include your full name and your contact information with your submission.  To be eligible, your submission must be received by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 11.  (Those without an email address may submit their verse as a print-out or typescript at any branch of Kingston Frontenac Public Library, marked to the attention of Poet Laureate Jason Heroux, c/o Isabel Turner Branch.)

Please note that the six mentorship sessions will take place at the following times:

  • Tuesday, April 9 at Central, at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.
  • Friday, April 12 at Calvin Park, at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.
  • Tuesday, April 23 at Isabel Turner, at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.

When sending in your poetry, please be sure to list which of these six sessions you'd be able to attend, ranked in order of your preference.  Jason will review all the submissions and will schedule one-on-one meetings with six poets.  During your hour he will go over your work and offer both feedback and possible next steps.

KFPL acknowledges the support of the City of Kingston through the Poet Laureate program, increasing the profile of the literary arts within the City and beyond.

Please contact Anne Hall, 613-549-8888, ext.3528, ahall@kfpl.ca with any questions or responses.

Pitch-In Kingston is an annual community clean up, organized by Sustainable Kingston and sponsored by Tim Hortons. This week-long event runs from April 22 - 29 and aims to encourage community groups, individuals and businesses to celebrate the start of spring by cleaning up waste from local parks, streets, and shorelines. Last year, Kingston had more than 5,000 participants. This year, Sustainable Kingston is hoping to have 6,000! Learn more about Sustainable Kingston and register to participate in Pitch-In Kingston.
Start Date:
Tue, April 23, 2019 12:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
Kingston
Description:

Pitch-In Kingston is an annual community clean up, organized by Sustainable Kingston and sponsored by Tim Hortons. This week-long event runs from April 22 - 29 and aims to encourage community groups, individuals and businesses to celebrate the start of spring by cleaning up waste from local parks, streets, and shorelines. 

Last year, Kingston had more than 5,000 participants. This year, Sustainable Kingston is hoping to have 6,000!

Learn more about Sustainable Kingston and register to participate in Pitch-In Kingston

Offer input on the proposed design and potential future name of a new 1.5 hectare being planned on Wheathill Street in the new West Village subdivision. Learn more about the Wheathill Street Community Park project.
Start Date:
Wed, April 24, 2019 6:00 PM
Duration:
3 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Rona Room, INVISTA Centre, 1350 Gardiners Rd.
Description:

Offer input on the proposed design and potential future name of a new 1.5 hectare  being planned on Wheathill Street in the new West Village subdivision.

Learn more about the Wheathill Street Community Park project.

The City has initiated a proposed zoning bylaw amendment to update the residential zoning standards applied within the Reddendale neighbourhood. The open house will begin with a presentation followed by an interactive polling activity and a question and answer session. If you are interested in participating in the interactive polling activity, we would request that you bring a mobile phone or tablet. Alternatively, there will be the opportunity to provide written feedback.
Start Date:
Wed, April 24, 2019 6:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Memorial Hall, City Hall, 216 Ontario Street.
Description:

The City has initiated a proposed zoning bylaw amendment to update the residential zoning standards applied within the Reddendale neighbourhood.

The open house will begin with a presentation followed by an interactive polling activity and a question and answer session. If you are interested in participating in the interactive polling activity, we would request that you bring a mobile phone or tablet. Alternatively, there will be the opportunity to provide written feedback.

Start Date:
Thu, April 25, 2019 6:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Council Chamber - City Hall
Description:
In honour of National Poetry Month, Kingston Frontenac Public Library is delighted to announce a Poetry Writing Workshop. Poetry allows us to share personal feelings and perspectives, but every poem is also part of an ongoing cultural conversation that carries on beyond us, spanning generations and geographies. Join the conversation! Add your voice by responding to one of your favourite poems. Kingston Poet Laureate Jason Heroux offers a workshop to inspire participants to compose their own “response poem” to a poem they cherish. Bring a single-page poem you admire (printed or digital, and written by someone other than yourself), and a notepad or laptop to compose your “response poem.” The group will work together to discuss various techniques and methods, and each participant will write a poem in response to the poem they brought. Selected response poems will be shared with the group. This workshop will be offered twice, first at the Central Branch on Thursday, April 11, at 2 p.m., and then at the Isabel Turner Branch on Thursday, April 25, at 7 p.m. Both workshops will be the same. Both workshops are free, and open to those aged 14 years and older, but seating is limited. To avoid disappointment, please register in advance at events.kfpl.ca (or by phone at 613-549-8888) as of 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 30 for the April 11 workshop and 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 13 for the April 25 session. Kingston Frontenac Public Library acknowledges the support of the City of Kingston through the Poet Laureate program, increasing the profile of the literary arts within the City and beyond. For more information, visit www.kfpl.ca
Start Date:
Thu, April 25, 2019 7:00 PM
Duration:
1 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Isabel Turner Branch Kingston Frontenac Public Library 935 Gardiners Rd.
Description:

In honour of National Poetry Month, Kingston Frontenac Public Library is delighted to announce a Poetry Writing Workshop.

Poetry allows us to share personal feelings and perspectives, but every poem is also part of an ongoing cultural conversation that carries on beyond us, spanning generations and geographies.  Join the conversation!  Add your voice by responding to one of your favourite poems.

Kingston Poet Laureate Jason Heroux offers a workshop to inspire participants to compose their own “response poem” to a poem they cherish.  Bring a single-page poem you admire (printed or digital, and written by someone other than yourself), and a notepad or laptop to compose your “response poem.”  The group will work together to discuss various techniques and methods, and each participant will write a poem in response to the poem they brought.  Selected response poems will be shared with the group.  

This workshop will be offered twice, first at the Central Branch on Thursday, April 11, at 2 p.m., and then at the Isabel Turner Branch on Thursday, April 25, at 7 p.m.  Both workshops will be the same.

Both workshops are free, and open to those aged 14 years and older, but seating is limited.  To avoid disappointment, please register in advance at events.kfpl.ca (or by phone at 613-549-8888) as of 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 30 for the April 11 workshop and 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 13 for the April 25 session.

Kingston Frontenac Public Library acknowledges the support of the City of Kingston through the Poet Laureate program, increasing the profile of the literary arts within the City and beyond.

For more information, visit www.kfpl.ca

This community workshop will ask residents to share their ideas and engage in a discussion on what museum exhibitions, programs and cultural events they would like to see offered by the City.
Start Date:
Thu, April 25, 2019 2:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Front Lounge, Portsmouth Olympic Harbour - 53 Yonge St.
Description:

This community workshop will ask residents to share their ideas and engage in a discussion on what museum exhibitions, programs and cultural events they would like to see offered by the City.

OSKAR (Off Site Kingston Area Recycler), the City's mobile diversion trailer, helps keep recyclables and compostables out of the landfill. Book OSKAR to come to your community events to recycle items like, plastic, metal and glass food and beverage containers, paper products, cardboard and compost organic materials like food waste, napkins and paper plates. Learn more about how to book OSKAR.
Start Date:
Sat, April 27, 2019 4:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
Belle Park 731 Montreal St.
Description:

OSKAR (Off Site Kingston Area Recycler), the City's mobile diversion trailer, helps keep recyclables and compostables out of the landfill. Book OSKAR to come to your community events to recycle items like, plastic, metal and glass food and beverage containers, paper products, cardboard and compost organic materials like food waste, napkins and paper plates.

Learn more about how to book OSKAR.

Come see what happens to the materials you put in your blue and grey box after we pick them up at the curb!
Start Date:
Sun, April 28, 2019 10:00 AM
Duration:
4 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Kingston Area Recycling Centre (KARC) 196 Lappan's Lane
Description:

Come see what happens to the materials you put in your blue and grey box after we pick them up at the curb!

 

Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies. This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses. Sessions will consist of the following: 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now. Learn more about the project.
Start Date:
Mon, April 29, 2019 5:30 PM
Duration:
1 hours, 30 minutes
Location:
INVISTA Centre, Room A/B, 1350 Gardiners Rd
Description:

Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies.

This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses.

Sessions will consist of the following:

  • 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A
  • Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features
Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now.
 
Learn more about the project.
Start Date:
Mon, April 29, 2019 12:00 PM
Duration:
1 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
City Hall
Description:
Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies. This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses. Sessions will consist of the following: 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now. Learn more about the project.
Start Date:
Tue, April 30, 2019 9:30 AM
Duration:
1 hours, 30 minutes
Location:
Gore Road Fire Hall, 211 Gore Rd
Description:

Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies.

This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses.

Sessions will consist of the following:

  • 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A
  • Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features
Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now.
 
Learn more about the project.
Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies. This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses. Sessions will consist of the following: 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now. Learn more about the project.
Start Date:
Tue, April 30, 2019 6:30 PM
Duration:
1 hours, 30 minutes
Location:
City Hall, Memorial Hall, 216 Ontario St
Description:

Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies.

This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses.

Sessions will consist of the following:

  • 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A
  • Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features
Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now.
 
Learn more about the project.
To celebrate April as National Poetry Month, recognize the achievements of outgoing Poet Laureate, Helen Humphreys and welcome incoming Poet Laureate, Jason Heroux, the City of Kingston is hosting a night of free poetry readings. Hear from the City’s three Poets Laureate including Jason Heroux, Helen Humphreys as well as Kingston’s first Poet Laureate, Eric Folsom. Jason, Helen and Eric have each identified a local emerging poet to participate in the evening and read some of their poetry. Emerging poets include Ashley-Elizabeth Best, Zoe Coulter and Ky Pearce. The event will also feature live piano music by Darrell Bryan. This free event is hosted by the City of Kingston in partnership with the Kingston Frontenac Public Library. ASL translation and light refreshments will be provided.
Start Date:
Tue, April 30, 2019 7:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Kingston Frontenac Public Library, Central Branch, 130 Johnson St.
Description:

To celebrate April as National Poetry Month, recognize the achievements of outgoing Poet Laureate, Helen Humphreys and welcome incoming Poet Laureate, Jason Heroux, the City of Kingston is hosting a night of free poetry readings.

Hear from the City’s three Poets Laureate including Jason Heroux, Helen Humphreys as well as Kingston’s first Poet Laureate, Eric Folsom. Jason, Helen and Eric have each identified a local emerging poet to participate in the evening and read some of their poetry. Emerging poets include Ashley-Elizabeth Best, Zoe Coulter and Ky Pearce. The event will also feature live piano music by Darrell Bryan.

This free event is hosted by the City of Kingston in partnership with the Kingston Frontenac Public Library. ASL translation and light refreshments will be provided.

Come out to review the existing Election Sign Bylaw to clarify the policy of election signs on public property and to clearly restrict election signs bordering municipal parks or cemeteries.
Start Date:
Tue, April 30, 2019 6:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Calvin Park Library, 88 Wright Cres
Description:

Come out to review the existing Election Sign Bylaw to clarify the policy of election signs on public property and to clearly restrict election signs bordering municipal parks or cemeteries.

The ACFOMI flag will be raised in Confederation Park in celebration of 10 years of French Languages Services Act (FLSA) May 1st, 2009: The 10th anniversary of the passage of The French-language Services Act (FLSA) was passed. Kingston is the 25th area in the province to be designated under the act that enables the public to receive services in both official languages of Canada (French & English) at local Government of Ontario offices. September 9th 1969: The 50th anniversary of the Official Languages Act. The Act gives French and English equal status in the government of Canada, providing the two official languages preferred status over all other languages.
Start Date:
Wed, May 01, 2019 12:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
Confederation Park
Description:

The ACFOMI flag will be raised in Confederation Park in celebration of 10 years of French Languages Services Act (FLSA)

May 1st, 2009: The 10th anniversary of the passage of The French-language Services Act (FLSA) was passed. Kingston is the 25th area in the province to be designated under the act that enables the public to receive services in both official languages of Canada (French & English) at local Government of Ontario offices.

September 9th 1969:  The 50th anniversary of the Official Languages Act. The Act gives French and English equal status in the government of Canada, providing the two official languages preferred status over all other languages.

Drop in to see the Belle Park Master Plan and chat with City staff.
Start Date:
Wed, May 01, 2019 10:00 AM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Belle Park Club House 731 Montreal St.
Description:

Drop in to see the Belle Park Master Plan and chat with City staff.

Drop in to see the Belle Park Master Plan and chat with City staff.
Start Date:
Wed, May 01, 2019 2:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Belle Park Club House 731 Montreal St.
Description:

Drop in to see the Belle Park Master Plan and chat with City staff.

Drop in to see the Belle Park Master Plan and chat with City staff. At 6:30 p.m., there will be a presentation of the designs include a Q&A opportunity.
Start Date:
Wed, May 01, 2019 6:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 30 minutes
Location:
Belle Park Master Plan 731 Montreal St.
Description:

Drop in to see the Belle Park Master Plan and chat with City staff. At 6:30 p.m., there will be a presentation of the designs include a Q&A opportunity.

Start Date:
Wed, May 01, 2019 6:30 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 30 minutes
Location:
Councillors' Lounge - City Hall
Description:
City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up for Asian History Month. Find out more about lighting up City Hall.
Start Date:
Wed, May 01, 2019 4:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
City Hall and Springer Market Square
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up for Asian History Month.

Find out more about lighting up City Hall.

Start Date:
Thu, May 02, 2019 1:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Press Lounge - Portsmouth Olympic Harbour (53 Yonge Street)
Description:
Start Date:
Thu, May 02, 2019 6:30 PM
Duration:
3 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Council Chamber - City Hall
Description:
Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies. This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses. Sessions will consist of the following: 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now. Learn more about the project.
Start Date:
Thu, May 02, 2019 10:30 AM
Duration:
1 hours, 30 minutes
Location:
City Hall, Memorial Hall, 216 Ontario St
Description:

Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies.

This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses.

Sessions will consist of the following:

  • 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A
  • Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features
Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now.
 
Learn more about the project.
Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies. This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses. Sessions will consist of the following: 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now. Learn more about the project.
Start Date:
Thu, May 02, 2019 3:30 PM
Duration:
1 hours, 30 minutes
Location:
Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, Press Lounge, 53 Yonge St
Description:

Residents are invited to attend an information session on Density by Design: Kingston’s Mid-Rise and Tall Building Design Policies.

This is the first stage of public consultation for this project, and will incorporate educational workshops to offer residents with background into the project, along with opportunities to offer input. There will be additional opportunities for participation as the project progresses.

Sessions will consist of the following:

  • 2 short presentations: Design Basics and Why Design Matters, followed by Q&A
  • Breakout sessions to elicit views and priorities related to design features
Registration is limited to 40. Sign up now.
 
Learn more about the project.
Drop in to see the Belle Park Master Plan and chat with City staff. This Indigienous open house will be facilitated by RIEL Cultural Consulting.
Start Date:
Thu, May 02, 2019 6:00 PM
Duration:
2 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Belle Park Club House 731 Montreal St.
Description:

Drop in to see the Belle Park Master Plan and chat with City staff. This Indigienous open house will be facilitated by RIEL Cultural Consulting.

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up in blue for Shine a Light on Community Living/May is Community Living Month. Find out more about lighting up City Hall.
Start Date:
Fri, May 03, 2019 12:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
City Hall and Springer Market Square
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up in blue for Shine a Light on Community Living/May is Community Living Month.

Find out more about lighting up City Hall.

Emergency Preparedness Day will introduce youth and families to emergency preparedness in a fun, friendly way through hands-on activities. A free barbecue will be held for the public to enjoy, with donations to the United Way KFL&A being accepted. Other fun in store: Meet Kingston firefighters and everyone’s favourite hound, Sparky! Step aboard a fire truck, have your name entered to win great prizes, and much more! As we get closer to the date, stay tuned to Kingston Fire & Rescue’s Facebook Page where we’ll have a complete schedule available.
Start Date:
Sat, May 04, 2019 10:00 AM
Duration:
4 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
500 O’Connor Dr.
Description:

Emergency Preparedness Day will introduce youth and families to emergency preparedness in a fun, friendly way through hands-on activities.  A free barbecue will be held for the public to enjoy, with donations to the United Way KFL&A being accepted.

Other fun in store: Meet Kingston firefighters and everyone’s favourite hound, Sparky! Step aboard a fire truck, have your name entered to win great prizes, and much more! As we get closer to the date, stay tuned to Kingston Fire & Rescue’s Facebook Page where we’ll have a complete schedule available.

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up in yellow for Bladder Cancer Awareness Month and 10th Anniveary of Bladder Cancer Canada. Find out more about lighting up City Hall.
Start Date:
Sat, May 04, 2019 4:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
City Hall and Springer Market Square
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up in yellow for Bladder Cancer Awareness Month and 10th Anniveary of Bladder Cancer Canada.

 

 Find out more about lighting up City Hall.

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up in purple for World Pulmonary Hypertension Day 2019 Find out more about lighting up City Hall.
Start Date:
Sun, May 05, 2019 4:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
City Hall and Springer Market Square
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up in purple for World Pulmonary Hypertension Day 2019

 Find out more about lighting up City Hall.

Start Date:
Tue, May 07, 2019 6:00 PM
Duration:
3 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Queen's University - Goodes Hall (143 Union Street West) - Room 312
Description:
Start Date:
Wed, May 08, 2019 7:30 PM
Duration:
3 hours, 0 minutes
Location:
Council Chamber - City Hall
Description:
City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up in Teal for World Awareness Ovarian Cancer Day. Find out more about lighting up City Hall.
Start Date:
Wed, May 08, 2019 4:00 AM
Duration:
All Day Event
Location:
City Hall and Springer Market Square
Description:

City Hall and Springer Market Square will be lit up in Teal for World Awareness Ovarian Cancer Day.

 

Find out more about lighting up City Hall.