Community Messages

Saturday, February 23
All day

K. TREVOR WILSON

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

K. Trevor Wilson returns to the Kingston Canadian Film Festival on Friday, March 1! Here's your chance to see the award winning stand-up comic (famously known for his character Squirrley Dan in CraveTV's LETTERKENNY) delivering the same blend of comedy gold that has wowed audiences across North America. As a stand-up comedian he’s performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central’s Roast Battles and multiple times at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. As a touring comic he has headlined shows all over Canada, is the only two time winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl, and worked with the likes of Mick Foley, Todd Glass and Brent Butt. Big things continue to happen for this big man, the self-proclaimed Man Mountain of Comedy. Trevor performed on a CBC gala at the 2011 Winnipeg Comedy Festival hosted by Brent Butt, won the Irwin Barker Award at the 2012 Homegrown Competition at Just For Laughs, and was handpicked to open for both Patton Oswalt and Louis CK at the first JFL 42.  Also seen on A&E’s Breakout Kings, Showcase’s Billable Hours, and CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, K. Trevor Wilson creates comedy by combining regular words to form hilarious jokes!

Location/Venue Name
The Screening Room, 120 Princess St, Kingston

  • 120 Princess St,, Kingston, K7L 5M6
All day

IN CONVERSATION WITH GERRY DEE

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee!  During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. Live on the main stage in the Regina Rosen Auditorium at the Grand Theatre, this “in conversation with” style event is part of the 2019 Kingston Canadian Film Festival (February 28-March 3).  In addition to stories and moderated conversation, you’ll also have a chance to ask your own questions of the Canadian Screen Award-winning comedic actor and best selling author.

Location/Venue Name
REGINA ROSEN AUDITORIUM - GRAND THEATRE

  • 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1B2
Sunday, February 24
All day

IN CONVERSATION WITH GERRY DEE

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee!  During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. Live on the main stage in the Regina Rosen Auditorium at the Grand Theatre, this “in conversation with” style event is part of the 2019 Kingston Canadian Film Festival (February 28-March 3).  In addition to stories and moderated conversation, you’ll also have a chance to ask your own questions of the Canadian Screen Award-winning comedic actor and best selling author.

Location/Venue Name
REGINA ROSEN AUDITORIUM - GRAND THEATRE

  • 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1B2
All day

K. TREVOR WILSON

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

K. Trevor Wilson returns to the Kingston Canadian Film Festival on Friday, March 1! Here's your chance to see the award winning stand-up comic (famously known for his character Squirrley Dan in CraveTV's LETTERKENNY) delivering the same blend of comedy gold that has wowed audiences across North America. As a stand-up comedian he’s performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central’s Roast Battles and multiple times at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. As a touring comic he has headlined shows all over Canada, is the only two time winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl, and worked with the likes of Mick Foley, Todd Glass and Brent Butt. Big things continue to happen for this big man, the self-proclaimed Man Mountain of Comedy. Trevor performed on a CBC gala at the 2011 Winnipeg Comedy Festival hosted by Brent Butt, won the Irwin Barker Award at the 2012 Homegrown Competition at Just For Laughs, and was handpicked to open for both Patton Oswalt and Louis CK at the first JFL 42.  Also seen on A&E’s Breakout Kings, Showcase’s Billable Hours, and CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, K. Trevor Wilson creates comedy by combining regular words to form hilarious jokes!

Location/Venue Name
The Screening Room, 120 Princess St, Kingston

  • 120 Princess St,, Kingston, K7L 5M6
Monday, February 25
All day

IN CONVERSATION WITH GERRY DEE

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee!  During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. Live on the main stage in the Regina Rosen Auditorium at the Grand Theatre, this “in conversation with” style event is part of the 2019 Kingston Canadian Film Festival (February 28-March 3).  In addition to stories and moderated conversation, you’ll also have a chance to ask your own questions of the Canadian Screen Award-winning comedic actor and best selling author.

Location/Venue Name
REGINA ROSEN AUDITORIUM - GRAND THEATRE

  • 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1B2
All day

K. TREVOR WILSON

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

K. Trevor Wilson returns to the Kingston Canadian Film Festival on Friday, March 1! Here's your chance to see the award winning stand-up comic (famously known for his character Squirrley Dan in CraveTV's LETTERKENNY) delivering the same blend of comedy gold that has wowed audiences across North America. As a stand-up comedian he’s performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central’s Roast Battles and multiple times at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. As a touring comic he has headlined shows all over Canada, is the only two time winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl, and worked with the likes of Mick Foley, Todd Glass and Brent Butt. Big things continue to happen for this big man, the self-proclaimed Man Mountain of Comedy. Trevor performed on a CBC gala at the 2011 Winnipeg Comedy Festival hosted by Brent Butt, won the Irwin Barker Award at the 2012 Homegrown Competition at Just For Laughs, and was handpicked to open for both Patton Oswalt and Louis CK at the first JFL 42.  Also seen on A&E’s Breakout Kings, Showcase’s Billable Hours, and CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, K. Trevor Wilson creates comedy by combining regular words to form hilarious jokes!

Location/Venue Name
The Screening Room, 120 Princess St, Kingston

  • 120 Princess St,, Kingston, K7L 5M6
02:30 PM

Mass: Divine Revelation Concert

02:30 PM — 04:30 PM

This Kingston Chamber Choir concert features a mass composed by French organist and composer Louis Vierne, a contemporary of better-known Maurice Ravel, Gabriel Fauré and Claude Debussy. Guest artists are Michael Capon, organ, and Flutissimo, a Kingston flute ensemble directed by Anne Palmer. Tickets: Regular $25; 30 & Under $15 Kingstonchamberchoir.ca or at the door (cash or major credit cards accepted)

Location/Venue Name
St. George's Cathedral

  • 270 King St. East, Kingston, K7L 3B1
Tuesday, February 26
All day

K. TREVOR WILSON

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

K. Trevor Wilson returns to the Kingston Canadian Film Festival on Friday, March 1! Here's your chance to see the award winning stand-up comic (famously known for his character Squirrley Dan in CraveTV's LETTERKENNY) delivering the same blend of comedy gold that has wowed audiences across North America. As a stand-up comedian he’s performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central’s Roast Battles and multiple times at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. As a touring comic he has headlined shows all over Canada, is the only two time winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl, and worked with the likes of Mick Foley, Todd Glass and Brent Butt. Big things continue to happen for this big man, the self-proclaimed Man Mountain of Comedy. Trevor performed on a CBC gala at the 2011 Winnipeg Comedy Festival hosted by Brent Butt, won the Irwin Barker Award at the 2012 Homegrown Competition at Just For Laughs, and was handpicked to open for both Patton Oswalt and Louis CK at the first JFL 42.  Also seen on A&E’s Breakout Kings, Showcase’s Billable Hours, and CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, K. Trevor Wilson creates comedy by combining regular words to form hilarious jokes!

Location/Venue Name
The Screening Room, 120 Princess St, Kingston

  • 120 Princess St,, Kingston, K7L 5M6
All day

IN CONVERSATION WITH GERRY DEE

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee!  During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. Live on the main stage in the Regina Rosen Auditorium at the Grand Theatre, this “in conversation with” style event is part of the 2019 Kingston Canadian Film Festival (February 28-March 3).  In addition to stories and moderated conversation, you’ll also have a chance to ask your own questions of the Canadian Screen Award-winning comedic actor and best selling author.

Location/Venue Name
REGINA ROSEN AUDITORIUM - GRAND THEATRE

  • 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1B2
Wednesday, February 27
All day

K. TREVOR WILSON

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

K. Trevor Wilson returns to the Kingston Canadian Film Festival on Friday, March 1! Here's your chance to see the award winning stand-up comic (famously known for his character Squirrley Dan in CraveTV's LETTERKENNY) delivering the same blend of comedy gold that has wowed audiences across North America. As a stand-up comedian he’s performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central’s Roast Battles and multiple times at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. As a touring comic he has headlined shows all over Canada, is the only two time winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl, and worked with the likes of Mick Foley, Todd Glass and Brent Butt. Big things continue to happen for this big man, the self-proclaimed Man Mountain of Comedy. Trevor performed on a CBC gala at the 2011 Winnipeg Comedy Festival hosted by Brent Butt, won the Irwin Barker Award at the 2012 Homegrown Competition at Just For Laughs, and was handpicked to open for both Patton Oswalt and Louis CK at the first JFL 42.  Also seen on A&E’s Breakout Kings, Showcase’s Billable Hours, and CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, K. Trevor Wilson creates comedy by combining regular words to form hilarious jokes!

Location/Venue Name
The Screening Room, 120 Princess St, Kingston

  • 120 Princess St,, Kingston, K7L 5M6
All day

IN CONVERSATION WITH GERRY DEE

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee!  During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. Live on the main stage in the Regina Rosen Auditorium at the Grand Theatre, this “in conversation with” style event is part of the 2019 Kingston Canadian Film Festival (February 28-March 3).  In addition to stories and moderated conversation, you’ll also have a chance to ask your own questions of the Canadian Screen Award-winning comedic actor and best selling author.

Location/Venue Name
REGINA ROSEN AUDITORIUM - GRAND THEATRE

  • 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1B2
11:00 AM

Suit-Up 2019

11:00 AM — 03:00 PM

One Day Event – Free professional clothing for men and women needing appropriate attire for job interviews and the workplace. Hosted by KEYS Job Centre in partnership with Dress for Success Kingston and Well Suited. Experts will be on site to help you select your ideal outfit, and refreshments will be available. Don’t miss out, sizes and quantities are LIMITED.   Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 560 734 Montreal Street, Kingston, ON. K7K 3J4 Wednesday, February 27, 2019 11:00 pm - 3:00 pm   FREE* - Register online at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/suit-up-tickets-54427104936. [Registration not required in order to attend.*]

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 560

  • 734 Montreal Street, Kingston, K7K 3J4
11:00 AM

Suit-Up! 2019

11:00 AM — 03:00 PM

Media Advisory                                                          For Immediate Release February 21, 2019             KEYS Job Centre, Dress for Success & Well Suited Collaborating to Host Suit Up 2019 - Your Resume, Your Outfit & Your Confidence (Kingston, ON): On February 27th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. KEYS Job Centre and Dress for Success Kingston and Well Suited will open their annual one-day Suit-Up Pop-Up Boutique at the Royal Canadian Legion, 734 Montreal Street.  Nine years ago, Moore’s Canadian Suit Drive, an initiative that provides unemployed Canadians with gently used professional clothing, contacted KEYS Job Centre and asked the not-for-profit organization to be their community partner for the Kingston area. The Suit-Up event gives job seekers an opportunity to choose professional clothing in order to make that important first impression at a job fair, at an interview or for the first day of the job. Over the years, KEYS has reached out to local men’s and women’s clothing stores and professional networks for donations. These generous community donations, have allowed the event to be successful.    “The professional clothing this initiative has received over the years has changed lives and sparked success for hundreds of individuals,” says Gillian Watters, Program Director at KEYS.  For the past 5 years, Dress for Success Kingston has partnered with KEYS and last year Well Suited was welcomed as a partner. Dress for Success provides professional attire for women; Well Suited provides a similar service for men. KEYS Job Centre specializes in offering career development support and individualized employment programs for job seekers.  As we approach the Spring Hiring Season, the Suit-Up Pop-Up Boutique will once again offer job seekers an opportunity to choose from hundreds of business outfits. This will ensure that these individuals have the clothing and confidence they need to succeed in their job search. At Suit-Up, our volunteers will work to help a job seeker choose an interview outfit and will also provide guidance and support for any upcoming interviews. “Job seekers are more successful when they also feel and look their best” states V. Ophelia Rigault, Employment Facilitator at KEYS Job Centre. We want the Suit Up event to be both fun and effective and move job seekers towards success. Thanks to the generosity of the Moore’s Canadian Suit Drive, over 150 gently used business suits, blazers and shirts are donated each year by their local customer base. Professional women in our community donate women’s business attire and every year the event is bigger and bolder.   For information on Moore’s Canadian Suit Drive: http://www.mooresclothing.com/mor/suitDrive.jsp   For more information about Suit Up 2019, contact: KEYS Job Centre at events@keys.ca, or visit https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/suit-up-tickets-54427104936, or  https://www.facebook.com/events/391288704781306/?active_tab=about  

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 560

  • 734 Montreal Street, , Kingston, ON. , K7K 3J4
Thursday, February 28
All day

Walk On

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Walk On is a free, drop-in indoor walking program offered at six sites in KFL&A including; the Memorial and Invista Centres, NDSS, La Salle SS, Perth Rd. P.S. and Rideau Heights Community Centre. Call 613-549-1232, ext. 1180 for information, or visit www.kflaph.ca/WalkOn for the full schedule of days and times.

All day

IN CONVERSATION WITH GERRY DEE

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee!  During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. Live on the main stage in the Regina Rosen Auditorium at the Grand Theatre, this “in conversation with” style event is part of the 2019 Kingston Canadian Film Festival (February 28-March 3).  In addition to stories and moderated conversation, you’ll also have a chance to ask your own questions of the Canadian Screen Award-winning comedic actor and best selling author.

Location/Venue Name
REGINA ROSEN AUDITORIUM - GRAND THEATRE

  • 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1B2
All day

K. TREVOR WILSON

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

K. Trevor Wilson returns to the Kingston Canadian Film Festival on Friday, March 1! Here's your chance to see the award winning stand-up comic (famously known for his character Squirrley Dan in CraveTV's LETTERKENNY) delivering the same blend of comedy gold that has wowed audiences across North America. As a stand-up comedian he’s performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central’s Roast Battles and multiple times at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. As a touring comic he has headlined shows all over Canada, is the only two time winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl, and worked with the likes of Mick Foley, Todd Glass and Brent Butt. Big things continue to happen for this big man, the self-proclaimed Man Mountain of Comedy. Trevor performed on a CBC gala at the 2011 Winnipeg Comedy Festival hosted by Brent Butt, won the Irwin Barker Award at the 2012 Homegrown Competition at Just For Laughs, and was handpicked to open for both Patton Oswalt and Louis CK at the first JFL 42.  Also seen on A&E’s Breakout Kings, Showcase’s Billable Hours, and CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, K. Trevor Wilson creates comedy by combining regular words to form hilarious jokes!

Location/Venue Name
The Screening Room, 120 Princess St, Kingston

  • 120 Princess St,, Kingston, K7L 5M6
Friday, March 1
All day

IN CONVERSATION WITH GERRY DEE

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee!  During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. Live on the main stage in the Regina Rosen Auditorium at the Grand Theatre, this “in conversation with” style event is part of the 2019 Kingston Canadian Film Festival (February 28-March 3).  In addition to stories and moderated conversation, you’ll also have a chance to ask your own questions of the Canadian Screen Award-winning comedic actor and best selling author.

Location/Venue Name
REGINA ROSEN AUDITORIUM - GRAND THEATRE

  • 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1B2
01:00 PM

Giant Book & Music Sale

01:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Giant Book & Music Sale Friday March 1, 1:00 to 7:00pm Saturday March 2, 8:00am to 2:00pm Browse through 1000s of donated books, cds, and puzzles at The Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St. A fundraiser in support of the Seniors Association. Supported by The Kingston Whig-Standard and YourTV.   Contact: Seniors Association Website: https://seniorskingston.ca/event/sellebration-of-books-and-music/2019-03-01/ email: ads@seniorskingston.ca Phone: 613.548.7810 Tickets: N/A

Location/Venue Name
Seniors Centre

  • 56 Francis Street, Kingston, k7m1l7
07:30 PM

FRIDAY NIGHT EUCHRE

07:30 PM — 10:00 PM

It's a fun filled evening, with lots of laughter and good times. Everyone is welcome, (18 or older) Supper is offered at the kitchen, prior to card play (until 6pm) Card play starts at 7:30pm every Friday night. Cost is $7.00 each person. Come out to Millhaven Legion Br. 623 and support your local veterans 

08:00 PM

AN EVENING WITH BIF NAKED

08:00 PM — 10:30 PM

With her 10 albums, a long list of hits, videos, and her new book tucked under her arm, Bif Naked will be spending an evening in Kingston on Friday, March 1 at the Mansion!   An explosive performer, a legendary storyteller, and an emotive spoken word poet, Bif will be performing songs acoustically, combined with readings from her book, “I, Bificus”. Bif Naked promises that her shows will feature an unforgettable evening of racy storytelling combined with a collection of her favourite songs. Always known for her unwavering honesty and unstoppable humour, the girl most unlikely to succeed is back.   This event is not included with a Festival Pass and tickets must be purchased separately.  Seating is general admission. Doors will open at 8pm and the show will start at 9.

Location/Venue Name
The Mansion

  • 506 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario K7L 1C5, Kingston, K7L 1C5
Saturday, March 2
All day

IN CONVERSATION WITH GERRY DEE

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee!  During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘mr. d’. Live on the main stage in the Regina Rosen Auditorium at the Grand Theatre, this “in conversation with” style event is part of the 2019 Kingston Canadian Film Festival (February 28-March 3).  In addition to stories and moderated conversation, you’ll also have a chance to ask your own questions of the Canadian Screen Award-winning comedic actor and best selling author.

Location/Venue Name
REGINA ROSEN AUDITORIUM - GRAND THEATRE

  • 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 1B2
08:00 AM

Giant Book & Music Sale

08:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Giant Book & Music Sale Friday March 1, 1:00 to 7:00pm Saturday March 2, 8:00am to 2:00pm Browse through 1000s of donated books, cds, and puzzles at The Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St. A fundraiser in support of the Seniors Association. Supported by The Kingston Whig-Standard and YourTV.   Contact: Seniors Association Website: https://seniorskingston.ca/event/sellebration-of-books-and-music/2019-03-01/ email: ads@seniorskingston.ca Phone: 613.548.7810 Tickets: N/A

Location/Venue Name
Seniors Centre

  • 56 Francis Street, Kingston, k7m1l7
01:00 PM

Star Wars Storyboarding Workshop

01:00 PM — 03:30 PM

Registration is $25 - limited spots! EVENT INFO: Kids 8 to 13 will learn how Star Wars films were created by using the simple dynamics of comic book storyboarding. Chris Cochrane of HM Music & Art Studio will teach how to illustrate storytelling through drawing iconic characters from the Star Wars films. This is a great opportunity for kids to get help drawing their favourite Star Wars characters, and guidance in comic book panel art. Supplies and materials provided. Students are encouraged to bring in their own artwork to show (not required though!).

Location/Venue Name
Kingston Gaming Nexus

  • 270 Bagot Street, Kingston, K7L 3G5
08:00 PM

Next Gen Masquerade

Saturday, March 2 to Sunday, March 3
08:00 PM — 01:00 AM

It’s time to enjoy a night of elegance and mystery at the annual Next Gen Masquerade! Join us on Saturday, March 2nd from 8pm to 1am at the Renaissance Event Venue for a memorable night out. Slip into semi-formal attire, add a mask and get ready for a night of dancing, cocktails, appetizers, prizes and a little intrigue! Tickets can be purchased through our Eventbrite page: take advantage of early bird pricing until January 31st. *A limited number of tickets will be available at the door* Next Gen Masquerade is a fundraising event, organized and run by volunteers from the United Way Next Gen initiative. Sponsored by KPMG LLP. Please note: This is a licensed event, restricted to persons 19 years of age or older. Proof of age is required for entry.

Location/Venue Name
Renaissance Event Venue

  • 285 Queen Street, Kingston, K7K 3T1
Tuesday, March 5
07:30 AM

Royal Canadian Legion Br. 560, Ladies' Auxiliary

07:30 AM — 09:00 AM

Ladies' Auxiliary General Meeting March 5, 2019 7:30 pm

03:00 PM

Pancake Supper at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 9 Manitou Crescent, Amherstview, Tuesday March 5 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

03:00 PM — 05:00 PM

Pancake supper at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 9 Manitou Crescent, Amherstview. Tuesday March 5 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Adults $6. Children 6 to 12 $3, under 5 free

Location/Venue Name
Trinity Presbyterian Church

  • 9 Manitou Crescent , Amherstview, K7N1Y2
05:30 PM

Pancakes And Sausages

05:30 PM — 07:00 PM

St Paul's Church Hall Corner of Queen and Montreal Streets Tuesday March 5, 2019 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Adults $8.00 Children under 12 $4.00  

Location/Venue Name
St Paul's Anglican Church

  • 137 Queen Street, Kingston, K7K 1A8
07:00 PM

Breathing Rooms: Indoor Plants for Well-Being

07:00 PM — 08:30 PM

Spring isn’t far off and the days are getting longer, but this can still be a dull and slightly depressing time of year. It can be hard to spend much time outside, so why not increase the greenery inside your home with plants?  Houseplants can moisten and freshen indoor air and satisfy our yearning for contact with living things. Learning how to cultivate your own indoor garden can reduce screen-time, slow down a hectic life, and reduce your stress levels.  And houseplants can nudge your décor from ordinary to spectacular. Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) is excited to announce the latest in our KFPL Live monthly speakers’ series: Breathing Rooms:  Indoor Plants for Well-Being.  Allison Shannon from Sun Harvest Greenhouses in Glenburnie will show how you can use plants indoors to clean the air and to quieten your mind.  Come learn how to create a “breathing room,” your own small oasis to help connect with nature in a fast-paced world.  You’ll discover the best plants to use and how to keep them healthy and attractive. This event will take place at the Isabel Turner branch on Tuesday, March 5, at 7 p.m.  There is no admission charge.  This talk is open to all adults and teens, but seating is limited. To avoid disappointment, please register in advance.  Register at events.kfpl.ca (or by phone at 613-549-8888) as of 9 a.m. on Saturday, February 23.

Location/Venue Name
Isabel Turner Branch, Kingston Frontenac Public Library

  • 935 Gardiners Road, Kingston, K7M 9A9
Thursday, March 7
All day

Walk On

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Walk On is a free, drop-in indoor walking program offered at six sites in KFL&A including; the Memorial and Invista Centres, NDSS, La Salle SS, Perth Rd. P.S. and Rideau Heights Community Centre. Call 613-549-1232, ext. 1180 for information, or visit www.kflaph.ca/WalkOn for the full schedule of days and times.

Friday, March 8
07:30 PM

FRIDAY NIGHT EUCHRE

07:30 PM — 10:00 PM

It's a fun filled evening, with lots of laughter and good times. Everyone is welcome, (18 or older) Supper is offered at the kitchen, prior to card play (until 6pm) Card play starts at 7:30pm every Friday night. Cost is $7.00 each person. Come out to Millhaven Legion Br. 623 and support your local veterans 

Monday, March 11
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
Tuesday, March 12
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
Wednesday, March 13
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
Thursday, March 14
All day

Walk On

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Walk On is a free, drop-in indoor walking program offered at six sites in KFL&A including; the Memorial and Invista Centres, NDSS, La Salle SS, Perth Rd. P.S. and Rideau Heights Community Centre. Call 613-549-1232, ext. 1180 for information, or visit www.kflaph.ca/WalkOn for the full schedule of days and times.

All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
Friday, March 15
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
07:30 PM

FRIDAY NIGHT EUCHRE

07:30 PM — 10:00 PM

It's a fun filled evening, with lots of laughter and good times. Everyone is welcome, (18 or older) Supper is offered at the kitchen, prior to card play (until 6pm) Card play starts at 7:30pm every Friday night. Cost is $7.00 each person. Come out to Millhaven Legion Br. 623 and support your local veterans 

Saturday, March 16
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
10:00 AM

MONSTER EUCHRE TOURNAMENT

10:00 AM — 04:30 PM

There is a MONSTER EUCHRE TOURNAMENT, being held at the Collins Bay Legion Branch 631...4034  Bath Road It's on Saturday, March 16th Everyone is welcome (over 18) This is a bring your own partner tournament. Registrations opens at 10am and game play will start at 12:00pm Cost is $50 per team of two. ($25 each person) There will be 5 position prizes, plus surprise prizes. Food is available from the kitchen for purchase. Come on out for a thrilling competitive day of card play, and support your local Legion and Ladies Auxiliary. For more information, please contact: Jackie Boudreau - snowingkisses@hotmail.com or Mike - highlandsmokey1986@live.ca or  Bev - tgbev@sympatico.ca

Sunday, March 17
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
Monday, March 18
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
Tuesday, March 19
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
Wednesday, March 20
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
06:00 PM

A Taste of Indigenous Canada - What You Didn't Learn in School

06:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Learn, experience and celebrate the rich and diverse culture of Indigenous peoples in Canada while supporting northern communities. Join us in an evening of sharing as we invite you to take your place in the circle. Be a part of a traditional opening with smudge and song, sharings with knowledge keepers, interactive exchanges, a taste of traditional food as well as a panel discussion with the voice of our youth. Join in the conversation as we aid in creating a better tomorrow for future generations. Admission is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Please register at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/a-taste-of-indigenous-canada-what-you-didnt-learn-in-school-registration-55483870751 For more information about True North Aid and how to help northern communities in Canada, please visit; truenorthaid.ca    

Location/Venue Name
Loyalist Collegiate and Vocational Institute - Cafeterium

  • 153 Van Order Drive , Kingston, K7M 1B9
Thursday, March 21
All day

Walk On

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Walk On is a free, drop-in indoor walking program offered at six sites in KFL&A including; the Memorial and Invista Centres, NDSS, La Salle SS, Perth Rd. P.S. and Rideau Heights Community Centre. Call 613-549-1232, ext. 1180 for information, or visit www.kflaph.ca/WalkOn for the full schedule of days and times.

All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
Friday, March 22
All day

2019 Key Tag Campaign

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

War Amps key tags safeguard your keys and help support The War Amps many programs for amputees. Our annual key tag mailing begins in Kingston on March 11. Visit waramps.ca to learn how you can help! 

Location/Venue Name
Throughout Kingston

  • --, Kingston, K
07:30 PM

FRIDAY NIGHT EUCHRE

07:30 PM — 10:00 PM

It's a fun filled evening, with lots of laughter and good times. Everyone is welcome, (18 or older) Supper is offered at the kitchen, prior to card play (until 6pm) Card play starts at 7:30pm every Friday night. Cost is $7.00 each person. Come out to Millhaven Legion Br. 623 and support your local veterans