Type of event Festival
Type of event
Arts Workshop / Class
Opening / Ceremony
Pay what you can
Agnes Etherington Art Centre
ANDY BERG and GRIT: An Intergenerational Women Artists Collective
Cellar Door Project/anARC Theatre
Chinese Canadian Association of Kingston and District
GRIT: Intergenerational Women Artists Collective
Kingsbridge Retirement Community
Kingston Arts Council
Kingston Canadian Film Festival
Kingston Canadian Film Festival & KPP Concerts
Kingston Frontenac Public Library
Kingston Grandmother Connection
Kingston School of Art
Queen's University Bachelor of Fine Art Class of 2020
Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning
The Department of Illumination
The Juvenis Festival
The Kingston Choral Society
The Lodge on Amherst Island and artist Debra Krakow
The Union Gallery
08sepAll Day27Algonquiin Birch Bark Canoe Build in Kingstons Inner HarbourActivity filled Celebration Weekend, Sept 26/27Discipline:MultidisciplinaryType of event:Arts Workshop / Class,Exhibition,FestivalEvent details:Accessible venue,All ages,Free,Outdoors
The build will take place in Douglas R. Fluhrer Park in Kingston's Inner Harbour with set up Sept 7. It will continue daily from 9-5 pm from Sept 8
The build will take place in Douglas R. Fluhrer Park in Kingston’s Inner Harbour with set up Sept 7.
It will continue daily from 9-5 pm from Sept 8 to a celebration weekend Sept 26/27.
Indigenous inmates will be coming to help in the mornings. Students are welcome in the afternoons.
Visitors are welcome anytime. COVID restrictions in place: masks and physical distancing.
Media release forms available as there may be photography. If anyone doesn’t want to be photographed they can just say so.
Very exciting Celebration Weekend- Sept 26/27..
On Saturday, Pytor Hodgson of 3things.ca Indigenous Consulting, will be Master of Ceremonies. The day will include a free venison chili feast, display tables by an Algonquin writer and crafts people, a monitor showing some of the work done over the three weeks, Sisters of the Drum and Two Feather Drum, and a blessing and launch of the canoe – along with the opportunity for visitors to get out on the water in one of three genuine birch bark canoes under the supervision of students with training from the Ontario Recreational Canoeing Association. In the evening from 7-9 pm, Pytor will host a two hour recap of the event on his Facebook show Come Walk With Us…
On Sunday we are partnering with TrueNorthAid to organize a “Reconciliation Walk”. As it is World Rivers Day, we are also planning some Indigenous activities associated with the water. Lorie Young and Brodrick Gabriel will be Masters of Ceremony for the Sunday..
Plans change almost daily due to COVID.
Up-to-date information is at http://www.Friendsofinnerharbour.com/cataraqui-boatyard-project-2020
or Mary Farrar at email@example.com, 613-544-1246
september 8 (Tuesday) - 27 (Sunday)
Douglas R. Fluhrer Park
Wellington St. Kingston
In conjunction with the International Plein Air Painters' Organization, as they celebrate their 18th Great WorldWide Paint Out Weekend, Paint the Town
In conjunction with the International Plein Air Painters’ Organization, as they celebrate their 18th Great WorldWide Paint Out Weekend, Paint the Town is KSOA’s FREE annual plein air painting and sketching event. This year’s event takes place on September 11 & 12, and it will be held in the Old Sydenham Ward area of downtown Kingston. The home base will be at The Spire (aka Sydenham Street United Church).
september 11 (Friday) - 12 (Saturday)
Kingston School of Artksoa@kingston.net 647a Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1E4
In association with the Shortwave Radio Theatre Festival and the CFRC, Blue Canoe presents...Viva Voce: Haunted! Initially created in 2014, Viva Voce was an evening of coffeehouse-style storytelling, where youth
In association with the Shortwave Radio Theatre Festival and the CFRC, Blue Canoe presents…Viva Voce: Haunted! Initially created in 2014, Viva Voce was an evening of coffeehouse-style storytelling, where youth could select or write stories connected to a theme and perform them in any style such as traditional storytelling, singing, dancing, performing, etc. We’re taking this concept and bringing it to the world of radio and we want to hear your stories!
This installment of Viva Voce will be aired on CFRC during the Shortwave Radio Theatre Festival (November 1st to 7th).
– Submissions can be in the form of any kind of auditory medium (song, music, poems, storytelling, etc.)
– Submissions should in some way be connected to our theme, Haunted
– Audio files can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline to submit is September 30th at 11:59 pm.
september 16 (Wednesday) - 30 (Wednesday)