Friday, August 31, 2012

Things To Do in Kingston Over the Last Long Weekend

Round up of Kingston activities to explore

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Friday Events 

A Luminous Tribute

A fine art photographic exhibition by Kingston artist and photographer Elizabeth Hesp of Lens Glow Creations at the Foyer, Kingston Frontenac Public Library, 130 Johnson Street, downtown Kingston.

Enjoy live music every Friday night at Market Square behind City Hall. Big Band Fridays are bringing great music and fun to Kingston's Summer music scene!  

Saturday Events

Music in the Park: Morgan Sadler 

From 12:30 - 1:30PM in Confederation Park. Bring your lunch and take in the sights and sounds of beautiful downtown Kingston.  

Borduas’ Figure with Birds is the third instalment in our Keywork series, which offers a platform for research into a single extraordinary work from the Art Centre collection.  

Take a romantic 2 hour dance cruise of the 1000 Islands this weekend. Leaves from the Confederation Basin every Saturday night at 10PM.

Sunday Events 

Enjoy live folk music every Sunday in September!

A fish attacking a boy, the exorcism of a demon, and the healing of a blind man: the adventures and miracles recounted in the Book of Tobit have long fascinated readers and attracted the attention of artists, especially in the Northern Netherlands during the Baroque Era.

Labour Day

KBS Series Blues Bands Of Ontario. Blues, classic rock, & originals keeping you tapping your feet, or out of your seat! 

Kingston's most popular walking tour company. Join us for The Original Haunted Walk of Kingston through the streets of the limestone city, or Ghosts of the Fort which explores the haunting at Old Fort Henry. 

Enjoy your last summer weekend

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