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Cycling Week in Kingston June 3-9, 2018

Cycling Week in Kingston June 3-9, 2018

Cycling Week in Kingston happens from June 3 to 9.    “Roll-in” breakfasts happen every week day at various locations.   You can also cycle with the mayor, attend a documentary screening of bicycle stories from Cuba, drop in to a bicycle-themed art show at Martello Alley,

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Play-Streets Get Neighbours Outdoors

Play-Streets Get Neighbours Outdoors

Play-Streets are temporary street openings that provide a safer space for kids and adults to be physically active while building community.  Play-Streets is a world-wide movement, finding success in Bristol, UK;Toronto; Seattle; and Los Angeles. Kingston Gets Active hosted two pilot Play-Streets during April’s Kingston Gets Active Month. Residents

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Top 5 Places to Walk, Run, or Wheel in Kingston

Top 5 Places to Walk, Run, or Wheel in Kingston

As a Queen’s University student, Kingston resident, and avid runner for the past 10 years, I’ve spent a good deal of time acquainting myself with local trails, paths, and walkways. After a long winter, I’m always excited to go off-roading as soon as the snow melts. To

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Make the Most of the Outdoors with These Helpful Tips

With the winter weather behind us and spring finally in the air, there’s no better reason to get outside and get active in the Kingston community. Whether you walk, run, cycle, or wheel, make the most of the outdoors by planning ahead to avoid nasty springtime allergens

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Spring 2018 Events to Get You Moving

Spring 2018 Events to Get You Moving

Looking for something fun to get you moving?  There are some great events happening in Kingston. Jane’s Walks May 4-6.  Seventeen Walks are being offered.  Free for all.  Check the Jane’s Walks website for more info. Spring Fun Fair May 12, 12-3pm at the new Rideau Heights Community

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Play-Streets Come to Kingston

Have you ever thought about opening your neighbourhood street so kids can play?  You can find out by dropping by Charles St on Sunday April 29 from 3-5pm. What is a Play-Street? Play-Streets are temporary street openings that provide a safer space for kids and adults to

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Co-ED Softball for Active Adults who are 55+

The Season for Kingston Senior Softball will kick off this May.  It is a great chance to get out, meet some new people and keep ACTIVE! If you are interested in playing 55+ Softball – come join us Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:00 A.M. at Cloverdale

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April is Kingston Gets Active Month

Have you heard about Kingston Gets Active Month? During the month of April, local sports and recreation organizations host FREE activities across Kingston! What have you been thinking about trying lately? Perhaps you’ve always wanted to try your hand at swimming, martial arts or a group fitness class.

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Family Recreation and Leisure Showcase

The Boys and Girls Club of Kingston & Area and over 30 youth and family-focused organizations from across the community invite you to attend the 2018 Par-t-Perfect Family Recreation Showcase. Join us for this free family event from 10AM to 3PM on April 7th at the Boys

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Queen’s Concussion Awareness Week Speaker

Queen’s Concussion Awareness Week and the Queen’s Concussion Awareness Committee is hosting a professional speaker series event on Tuesday March 13th at 7:00PM at the Grad Club. This event welcomes faculty, students, and other staff to come and listen to different perspectives surrounding concussions and other traumatic

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