Fireworks and live music mark Victoria Day celebrations at Lake Ontario Park - Fireworks and live music mark Victoria Day celebrations at Lake Ontario Park
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May 8, 2017 -
An afternoon of family-friendly programming – with a spectacular fireworks finale – is planned on Victoria Day Monday at Lake Ontario Park.
"Victoria Day kicks off a season of celebrating Kingston's unique role in this years' commemoration of Canada's 150th birthday," says Mayor Bryan Paterson. "Our sesquicentennial reminds us that we have a lot to celebrate. Come enjoy a day of free activities and entertainment and make some memories with your friends and family at beautiful Lake Ontario Park."
The City is offering programming from 1 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Monday, May 22 at the park, 920 King St. West including:
- Free live entertainment in the park and on the waterfront – see www.CityofKingston.ca/events or the City's Facebook event page for the full line-up.
- Food trucks (1 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.).
- Face painting and balloon twisting (until 8 p.m.).
- Inflatable games and military zip line (until 8 p.m.).
- Dog Lover Days canine lure course. Bring your dog (on a leash, please) and give it a try ($5 per dog).
- Fireworks (9:30 p.m.).
Accessible parking will be available at Lake Ontario Park, but no other on-site parking will be offered. Parking will be available at St. Lawrence College and you can take a shuttle bus to Lake Ontario Park from the college's transit stop.
Avoid traffic and parking hassles by taking the bus! Kingston Transit express routes (501/502, 601/602,701/702) and route 7 will run on a Saturday service schedule. Routes 1 and 15 will run every 60 minutes from 6 a.m. to midnight. Plan your Victoria Day trips with Google Transit: www.KingstonTransit.ca/Tripplanner.
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