There is always something to do in Kingston from arts and theatre to movies to concerts to trade shows to nightclub events. We put together Kingston events from July 2012. Feel free to browse our Kingston events calendar.
The Great Skate Exchange is now accepting donations of gently-used skates. The Great Skate Exchange is a program of the City-run P.R.O. Kids charity, which helps all Kingston kids have access to recreational activities.
Queen's Hockey Camp: Goalie and Scoring For girls ages 12-19 Early Bird Registration Deadline has been extended to July 20!
July 1 will see an incredible series of events unfold between Bath and Kingston along the shores of Lake Ontario as the Flight of the Royal George is re-enacted for all to see. This living history event will feature three tall ships and seven gunboats.
Kingston Vs. Glouchester
"Tattoo" is a derivation of “doe den tap toe”, which is Dutch for "turn off the taps", a call which is said to have followed the drum beats in many a pub, letting English soldiers know it was time to turn in for the night.
Caesar Sunday's - $2.99 singles + tax (11 pm - 4 pm)- $4.49 doubles + tax (11 pm - 4 pm)
$3.99 Bar Shots incl. tax - Fish Fry Order our beer battered haddock and get two pieces for the price of one - $9.99
Team Tuesday's - 120 oz. Team Pitchers and Wings for any sports team. - 7 pm - 12 pm
Keith's Wednesday's - $4.99 for any Keith's Products incl. tax 4 pm - 12 pm
Downtown Kingston Boxing Gym offering youth and teens athletic program.Monday to Friday from 4:30pm to 6pm.Ages 8 years and up. Contact us at 613-544-2009 for more info. www.constantgrowth.ca
Lots of activities for the whole family on Canada Day!
Take part in the excitement of a re-created 19th century wedding. Examine the contents of a trousseau and the special clothing worn by the wedding party. Join the ceremony and all the festivities taking place as part of these celebrations.
It is an emotional powerhouse of a musical about a family trying to take care of themselves and each other.
What’s the difference between a brougham and a barouche? What’s faster: a surrey or a spider phaeton? And what’s more romantic: a vis-à-vis or a democrat? Find out more about the fascinating history of horse-drawn vehicles and get a chance to ride in one!
The Kingston Area Recycling Centre is hosting an open house!
Crimson-draped Guard… called to order by the bugle, fife, and drum… the Thin Red Line. As solid as the limestone fortress that surrounds their unique performance stage.
Roll a hoop, make a whirligig, play a game of crokinole, dominos, jacks, quoits or fox and geese and enjoy croquet, cricket, Massachusetts baseball and a horseshoe tournament. A weekend of games for anyone who loves to play!