Kingston Gets Active Month—Free Activities in April

Kingston Gets Active Month—Free Activities in April

Looking for something new to do in April?  Have you ever wanted to try pickleball, tai chi, aqua Zumba, Bollywood, Self-defence, or fencing?  During Kingston Gets Active Month you can try all these activities and more.  There’s something for every age!   Kingston Gets Active Month Free

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Get Active in Kingston Saturday, April 2

Get Active in Kingston Saturday, April 2

Recreation and Leisure Showcase Thinking about spring and summer activities for you or your family?   The Recreation and Leisure Showcase has activities for seniors, families, teens, adults and kids. This is a great place to shop and compare programs, watch the ongoing demonstrations, & register for your programs

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The Spring 2016 KGA Newsletter is out!

The Spring 2016 KGA Newsletter is out!

The Spring 2016 Kingston Gets Active Newsletter has been released! Spring is in the air, with lots of opportunities for being physically active. In the newsletter, you will find information about Kingston Gets Active Month, and upcoming events in Kingston. Don’t miss our next newsletter.  Sign up to receive newsletters

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Family Day Event at the Frontenac Arena

There will be lots of free activities going on at the Frontenac Arena in Godfrey, ON, on Family Day! The event will happen from 11am to 3pm. Bring your family and have fun! Address: Frontenac Community Arena at 4299 Arena Boundary Rd, Godfrey ON. For more information, contact Tim

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City of Kingston Holiday and Winter Activities

The City of Kingston has just released a newsletter with all the holiday and winter activities that are happening in the city until the end of February. There are many exciting events you will not want to miss! The newsletter can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.

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Come Join the Kingston Goalball Club!

Come Join the Kingston Goalball Club!

Have you ever heard of Goalball? Goalball is a paralympic sport played by blind or visually impaired individuals. Canada has a medal winning paralympic team in the sport and yet many people have never heard of it! Goalball has come to Kingston and is hoping to grow and

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Check out a Pop-Up Park on Sydenham Street

A new park popped up in Downtown Kingston on August 27th, and it will remain there until September 13th. It’s the Sydenham Street Revived, which is situated on Sydenham Street between Princess and Queen. The Sydenham Street was re-created and, in addition to landscaping and seating, the park is providing opportunities to showcase

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