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Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Dec 01, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 01, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 01, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 01, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Book Club: Nina Siegal's - Dec 01, 2016 - Dec 01, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Set in a single day in Amsterdam, Nina Siegals The Anatomy Lesson weaves together the stories behind Rembrandts famous group portrait of 1632. Well-researched and thoughtful, it envisions Rembrandts artistic process, the relationship between portraitist and sitter, and the vibrant world of 17th-century Amsterdam in beautiful prose. Join Bader Curator and Researcher of European Art Jacquelyn N. Coutré to discuss the book in The Bader Gallery, in front of our three Rembrandts and surrounded by the compelling portraits of Singular Figures: Portraits and Character Studies in Northern Baroque Painting. To register, call (613) 533.2190. Registration is free, but space is limited. The book is available in paperback at Novel Idea, 156 Princess St., Kingston, (613) 546-9799. Please tell them you are buying it for the Agnes Book Club.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/book-club-nina-siegals-the-anatomy-lesson/

The Juvenis Festival - May 01, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: The Agnes is part of Kingstons first youth arts festival, Juvenis. Geared to ages 1330, Juvenis focuses on participatory events in all art forms. We will offer two workshops led by Ben Darrah, and a display of art by youth in the studio. Please see www.juvenisfestival.ca for details and registration information. The ArtZone display during the Juvenis Festival will be on view in the Studio from 3 to 15 May: dont miss this chance to enjoy the work of Kingston teens. The ArtZone after school drop-in program for teens began at the Agnes in the fall of 2015, with the support of the Community Foundation of Kingston and Area. With strong participation, we were encouraged to continue it this past winter. These open artist-led sessions introduce weekly themes and also support those pursuing their own creative direction.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/the-juvenis-festival/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 01, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 01, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 01, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens! - Dec 01, 2016 - Dec 03, 2016
Where? BLU Martini (Nov. 27-Dec. 1) & The Grad Club (Dec. 2-3)
Cost: Adult: $15
Description: Crystal Amazement, by arrangement with SJSV ltd., presents... SAUCY JACK -----and the----- SPACE VIXENS! Book and Lyrics by Charlotte Mann and Michael Fidler Music by Jonathan Croose and Robin Forrest Based on original ideas by Johanna Allitt, Simon Curtis, Charlotte Mann and Michael Fidler Landing in Kingston, Ontario, this outrageous and out-of-this world sci-fi glam musical takes you out of the theater and into seedy dive bar
Email: admin@crystalamazement.ca
Web Site: https://www.crystalamazement.ca/

Domino Theatre presents: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie - Nov 01, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Agatha Christies theatrical adaptation from her original novel is a sinister, yet darkly-playful mystery wherein no ones life is safe and no one is above suspicion. Eight strangers with no apparent ties to each other are lured under false pretenses to a weekend getaway to a country home on isolated Soldier Island. Upon their arrival, they become dismayed to learn the only other residents on the island are two house servants and that their host and hostess are remarkably absent. There is a curious decorative choice in the main room of the home- a framed nursery rhyme called Ten Little Soldiers that hangs above the fireplace along with matching figurines on the mantelpiece. As the night grows dark, these ten strangers discover they are all pawns in an elaborative, Machiavellian plot with the intent to kill each of them one by one until there is no one left. Marooned and isolated, what was once a disparate group, now finds they must choose alliances and entrust each other if they are ever to survive the weekend.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 01, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - May 01, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 01, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Sep 01, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 01, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 01, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 01, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 01, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 01, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 01, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

New Years Eve Dance Party - Jan 01, 2016 - Jan 01, 2016
Where? Montes (in Tir Nan Og)
Cost: Adult: $20
Description: Come dance in the New Year with Aylesworth, Pike & Jones in Montes (corner of Clarence @ Ontario Streets) from 9:30pm to 1am. Tickets are $15 each or $25 per couple or $20 at the door.
Email: craig@craigjones.ca
Tel: 613 546 6266

New Years Eve Dance Party - Jan 01, 2016 - Jan 01, 2016
Where? Montes (T'irnanog) 200 Ontario Street
Cost: Adult: $15
Description: Dance in 2016 to the tunes of the best trio in town~ Jones, Aylesworth and Pyke at Montes. Advance tickets are: $15.00 per person or $25.00 a couple or $20.00 a person at door. Call 613-634-9223 to get your tickets.
Email: aylesworthsherry@gmail.com
Tel: 613-634-9223

RABBLE Singing - Feb 01, 2016 - Feb 01, 2016
Where? Montes (T'irnanog) 200 Ontario Street
Cost: Adult: $5
Description: Come on down to Montes (T'irnanog) for Rabble Singing ~ community singing for all ages and abilities. Tomorrow night- Monday, February 1st at 7:00. By donation. We will be dedicating the night to David Bowe and Glenn Frey. It's sure to be a fun night!
Email: aylesworthsherry@gmail.com
Tel: 613-634-9223
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/RabbleKingston/

Queen's University Presents: The Servant of Two Masters - Nov 01, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Queen's University, Theological Hall
Cost: Adult: $22
Description: The Dan School of Drama and Music is excited to present The Servant of Two Masters written by 18th C playwright Carlo Goldoni and directed by Greg Wanless. Evening Performances: October 27-29 & November 2-5 at 8pm Matinee Performances: November 5-6 at 2pm Tickets can be purchased at the Drama Office located in the basement of Theological Hall or at the door prior to performances. Student/Senior - $15, General $22 The Servant of Two Masters is a comedy about a simpleminded trickster, Truffaldino, who in the hopes of double wages and double dinners, is employed by two masters, without either knowing. However, throughout the play he is asked by both to perform similar tasks causing lots of confusion. As a result there is fun for the audience, but maybe not so much for Truffaldino! This play offers a great opportunity for the cast to experiment with Commedia dellarte and improvisation. The Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni, born in 1707, is often praised for his works mix of wit and social commentary. First produced in 1746, The Servant of Two Masters is one of his most well-known plays.
Email: 12jc149@queensu.ca
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1587943164847201/

Melos presents Music with H'art - May 01, 2016 - May 01, 2016
Where? St George's Cathedral, 270 King Street East, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $5 Senior: $22
Description: Melos Choir and Period Instruments presents Music with H'art. Melos and H'art School of Smiles Choir and Percussionists collaborate in performing Pachelbel's Canon. Other music will highlight the use of sol-fa (
Email: ljs2@queensu.ca
Tel: 6136349312
Web Site: http://melos.ca

St. Georges Cathedral Advent Concerts - Dec 01, 2016 - Dec 01, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: St. Georges Cathedral Advent Concerts continue on Thursday December 1 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with a performance by the Cygnus Trio (Violin, Flute, Guitar). The concerts continue on Thursdays through December 15. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude! Erica Jacobs-Perkins, violin; Benjamin Stuchbery, flute; Jonathan Stuchbery, guitar. The Cygnus Trio uses their unusual instrumentation of violin, flute, and guitar to soothe and challenge listeners with works ranging from Shakespeares time to recent compositions.
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 01, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Opera at Warp Speed - Apr 02, 2016 - Apr 02, 2016
Where? 218 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7L 1B2
Cost:
Description: Saturday, April 2, 2016 | 7:30 p.m. Grand Theatre Featuring: Opera 5 Evan Mitchell, Conductor They don't call it space opera for nothing! Whether you are new to opera or a long-time listener, this concert will take you through the best opera has to offer, with a sci-fi twist! Let the hysterically funny Toronto-based opera company Opera 5 guide you through a 'newly-found' opera written by Wagner, which employs every cliché imaginable in both the operatic and the science fiction genres. Will Captain James High C and his first mate Horn Solo rescue the princess Coloratu-ra from the evil Carmen? Only one way to find out! Tickets range in price from $10 to $50 and are available by calling 613-530-2050 or by visiting www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca.
Email: losullivan@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca/concert_listings.cfm?action=viewcontent&NewsletterID=25212

The Juvenis Festival - May 02, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: The Agnes is part of Kingstons first youth arts festival, Juvenis. Geared to ages 1330, Juvenis focuses on participatory events in all art forms. We will offer two workshops led by Ben Darrah, and a display of art by youth in the studio. Please see www.juvenisfestival.ca for details and registration information. The ArtZone display during the Juvenis Festival will be on view in the Studio from 3 to 15 May: dont miss this chance to enjoy the work of Kingston teens. The ArtZone after school drop-in program for teens began at the Agnes in the fall of 2015, with the support of the Community Foundation of Kingston and Area. With strong participation, we were encouraged to continue it this past winter. These open artist-led sessions introduce weekly themes and also support those pursuing their own creative direction.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/the-juvenis-festival/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Dec 02, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 02, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 02, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 02, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 02, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 02, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 02, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens! - Dec 02, 2016 - Dec 03, 2016
Where? BLU Martini (Nov. 27-Dec. 1) & The Grad Club (Dec. 2-3)
Cost: Adult: $15
Description: Crystal Amazement, by arrangement with SJSV ltd., presents... SAUCY JACK -----and the----- SPACE VIXENS! Book and Lyrics by Charlotte Mann and Michael Fidler Music by Jonathan Croose and Robin Forrest Based on original ideas by Johanna Allitt, Simon Curtis, Charlotte Mann and Michael Fidler Landing in Kingston, Ontario, this outrageous and out-of-this world sci-fi glam musical takes you out of the theater and into seedy dive bar
Email: admin@crystalamazement.ca
Web Site: https://www.crystalamazement.ca/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 02, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie - Nov 02, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Agatha Christies theatrical adaptation from her original novel is a sinister, yet darkly-playful mystery wherein no ones life is safe and no one is above suspicion. Eight strangers with no apparent ties to each other are lured under false pretenses to a weekend getaway to a country home on isolated Soldier Island. Upon their arrival, they become dismayed to learn the only other residents on the island are two house servants and that their host and hostess are remarkably absent. There is a curious decorative choice in the main room of the home- a framed nursery rhyme called Ten Little Soldiers that hangs above the fireplace along with matching figurines on the mantelpiece. As the night grows dark, these ten strangers discover they are all pawns in an elaborative, Machiavellian plot with the intent to kill each of them one by one until there is no one left. Marooned and isolated, what was once a disparate group, now finds they must choose alliances and entrust each other if they are ever to survive the weekend.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - May 02, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 02, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 02, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 02, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Sep 02, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 02, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 02, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 02, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

JANE EYRE - The Musical - Jun 02, 2016 - Jun 04, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre, Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $38.75 Child: $34.75 Senior: $30
Description: JANE EYRE A Musical Drama Music and Lyrics by PAUL GORDON Book and additional Lyrics by JOHN CAIRD Based on the Novel by Charlotte Bronte Director: Anne Marie Mortensen Music Director: Darrell Bryan Piano accompanist: Clare Gordon This beloved tale of secrets and the lies that secrets create, of unimaginable hope and unspoken passion, reminds us what it is to fall deeply, truly and completely in love. - See more at: http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000237
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://http://kingstongrand.ca/event/jane-eyre-musical

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 02, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 02, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 02, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Queen's University Presents: The Servant of Two Masters - Nov 02, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Queen's University, Theological Hall
Cost: Adult: $22
Description: The Dan School of Drama and Music is excited to present The Servant of Two Masters written by 18th C playwright Carlo Goldoni and directed by Greg Wanless. Evening Performances: October 27-29 & November 2-5 at 8pm Matinee Performances: November 5-6 at 2pm Tickets can be purchased at the Drama Office located in the basement of Theological Hall or at the door prior to performances. Student/Senior - $15, General $22 The Servant of Two Masters is a comedy about a simpleminded trickster, Truffaldino, who in the hopes of double wages and double dinners, is employed by two masters, without either knowing. However, throughout the play he is asked by both to perform similar tasks causing lots of confusion. As a result there is fun for the audience, but maybe not so much for Truffaldino! This play offers a great opportunity for the cast to experiment with Commedia dellarte and improvisation. The Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni, born in 1707, is often praised for his works mix of wit and social commentary. First produced in 1746, The Servant of Two Masters is one of his most well-known plays.
Email: 12jc149@queensu.ca
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1587943164847201/

Melos presents - Dec 02, 2016 - Dec 02, 2016
Where? St George's Cathedral, 270 King Street East, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $5 Senior: $22
Description: Melos presents
Email: holly.gwynnetimothy@gmail.com
Tel: 613-767-7245
Web Site: http://melos-earlymusic.org

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 02, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

The Juvenis Festival - May 03, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: The Agnes is part of Kingstons first youth arts festival, Juvenis. Geared to ages 1330, Juvenis focuses on participatory events in all art forms. We will offer two workshops led by Ben Darrah, and a display of art by youth in the studio. Please see www.juvenisfestival.ca for details and registration information. The ArtZone display during the Juvenis Festival will be on view in the Studio from 3 to 15 May: dont miss this chance to enjoy the work of Kingston teens. The ArtZone after school drop-in program for teens began at the Agnes in the fall of 2015, with the support of the Community Foundation of Kingston and Area. With strong participation, we were encouraged to continue it this past winter. These open artist-led sessions introduce weekly themes and also support those pursuing their own creative direction.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/the-juvenis-festival/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 03, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 03, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 03, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Dec 03, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 03, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 03, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 03, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens! - Dec 03, 2016 - Dec 03, 2016
Where? BLU Martini (Nov. 27-Dec. 1) & The Grad Club (Dec. 2-3)
Cost: Adult: $15
Description: Crystal Amazement, by arrangement with SJSV ltd., presents... SAUCY JACK -----and the----- SPACE VIXENS! Book and Lyrics by Charlotte Mann and Michael Fidler Music by Jonathan Croose and Robin Forrest Based on original ideas by Johanna Allitt, Simon Curtis, Charlotte Mann and Michael Fidler Landing in Kingston, Ontario, this outrageous and out-of-this world sci-fi glam musical takes you out of the theater and into seedy dive bar
Email: admin@crystalamazement.ca
Web Site: https://www.crystalamazement.ca/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 03, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie - Nov 03, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Agatha Christies theatrical adaptation from her original novel is a sinister, yet darkly-playful mystery wherein no ones life is safe and no one is above suspicion. Eight strangers with no apparent ties to each other are lured under false pretenses to a weekend getaway to a country home on isolated Soldier Island. Upon their arrival, they become dismayed to learn the only other residents on the island are two house servants and that their host and hostess are remarkably absent. There is a curious decorative choice in the main room of the home- a framed nursery rhyme called Ten Little Soldiers that hangs above the fireplace along with matching figurines on the mantelpiece. As the night grows dark, these ten strangers discover they are all pawns in an elaborative, Machiavellian plot with the intent to kill each of them one by one until there is no one left. Marooned and isolated, what was once a disparate group, now finds they must choose alliances and entrust each other if they are ever to survive the weekend.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - May 03, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 03, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 03, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 03, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 03, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Sep 03, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 03, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 03, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

JANE EYRE - The Musical - Jun 03, 2016 - Jun 04, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre, Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $38.75 Child: $34.75 Senior: $30
Description: JANE EYRE A Musical Drama Music and Lyrics by PAUL GORDON Book and additional Lyrics by JOHN CAIRD Based on the Novel by Charlotte Bronte Director: Anne Marie Mortensen Music Director: Darrell Bryan Piano accompanist: Clare Gordon This beloved tale of secrets and the lies that secrets create, of unimaginable hope and unspoken passion, reminds us what it is to fall deeply, truly and completely in love. - See more at: http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000237
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://http://kingstongrand.ca/event/jane-eyre-musical

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 03, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 03, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 03, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Vinyl Records Sale - Nov 03, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Kingston Symphony Warehouse | 785 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd., Unit 7A
Cost:
Description:
Email: info@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 6135469729
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca

J.P. Cormier in Concert! - Nov 03, 2016 - Nov 03, 2016
Where? Princess Street United Church, 484 Albert St., Kingston
Cost: Adult: $25
Description: Internationally-renowned singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist J.P. Cormier brings his one-man show back to Kingston for the first time in 4 years. Opening the show is Kingston's own Chris Murphy, from the band Turpin's Trail. Tickets available online at eventbrite.ca, as well as Brian's Record Option and Tara Foods.
Email: info@chrismurphy.ca
Tel: 613.353.2453
Web Site: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/jp-cormier-in-concert-tickets-27190772332?aff=es2

Happy Birthday Basketball - Jan 03, 2016 - Jan 03, 2016
Where? Queen's University Main Gym
Cost: Adult: $20
Description: The HAPPY BIRTHDAY BASKETBALL World Tour electrifies Kingston on January 3! Hosted by NBA Entertainer Q-MACK and featuring The World Slam Dunk Showdown starring The World's Shortest Dunker at only 5'5
Web Site: http://happybirthdaybasketball.com

Queen's University Presents: The Servant of Two Masters - Nov 03, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Queen's University, Theological Hall
Cost: Adult: $22
Description: The Dan School of Drama and Music is excited to present The Servant of Two Masters written by 18th C playwright Carlo Goldoni and directed by Greg Wanless. Evening Performances: October 27-29 & November 2-5 at 8pm Matinee Performances: November 5-6 at 2pm Tickets can be purchased at the Drama Office located in the basement of Theological Hall or at the door prior to performances. Student/Senior - $15, General $22 The Servant of Two Masters is a comedy about a simpleminded trickster, Truffaldino, who in the hopes of double wages and double dinners, is employed by two masters, without either knowing. However, throughout the play he is asked by both to perform similar tasks causing lots of confusion. As a result there is fun for the audience, but maybe not so much for Truffaldino! This play offers a great opportunity for the cast to experiment with Commedia dellarte and improvisation. The Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni, born in 1707, is often praised for his works mix of wit and social commentary. First produced in 1746, The Servant of Two Masters is one of his most well-known plays.
Email: 12jc149@queensu.ca
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1587943164847201/

TShow: Queen of Hearts - Jun 03, 2016 - Jun 03, 2016
Where? Renaissance Lower Salon, 285 Queen St, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $15
Description: HA HA Alice! Its time for us to laugh! We are proud to announce the TShow: Queen of Hearts drag show. We will be featuring the best drag queen talent in Kingston, Ontario. Featuring:Mimi Osa, Sienna Towers, Aphrodisiac Quinzel, & Miss Gay Kingston  Tyffanie Morgan Location: Renaissance Event Venue, Lower Salon, 285 Queen Street, Kingston, ON Date: June 3, 2016 Doors open at 9:30PM Show starts at 10:00PM
Web Site: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tshow-queen-of-hearts-tickets-25529096214

TShow: Fresh - Volume 1 - Jun 03, 2016 - Jun 03, 2016
Where? Renaissance Lower Salon, 285 Queen St, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: TShow is pleased to announce a new series of drag shows. Welcome to FRESH! We will strive to bring you new talent and up-and-coming drag queens in and around Kingston. Not to be confused with your grandmothers drag shows! Featuring: Lilith Cain, Cherry Poppins, Ophelia Upp! Hosted: Tyffanie Morgan  Miss Gay Kingston Location: Renaissance Event Venue, Lower Salon, 285 Queen Street, Kingston, ON Date: Friday, June 3, 2016 Doors open at 7:30PM Show starts at 8:00PM
Web Site: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/tshow-fresh-volume-1-tickets-25528614774

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 03, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

The Three Muskateers - Feb 04, 2016 - Feb 06, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs presents its 14th Annual Large Cast Production: THE THREE MUSKATEERS A fun play for the whole family - from sword fighting to singing Feb 4th, 5th and 6th at 7pm with a 2pm Matinee on Saturday. At The Domino Theatre - 51 Church Street Tickets are $10 each - $35 for a family (family passes cannot be bought online - must be immediate family leaving in the same household - please contact Christine for group discounts) Tickets are available at the door or online at SNAP: https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/882825 THANK YOU!!! See you there!!!
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 04, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 04, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Dec 04, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 04, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

The Juvenis Festival - May 04, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: The Agnes is part of Kingstons first youth arts festival, Juvenis. Geared to ages 1330, Juvenis focuses on participatory events in all art forms. We will offer two workshops led by Ben Darrah, and a display of art by youth in the studio. Please see www.juvenisfestival.ca for details and registration information. The ArtZone display during the Juvenis Festival will be on view in the Studio from 3 to 15 May: dont miss this chance to enjoy the work of Kingston teens. The ArtZone after school drop-in program for teens began at the Agnes in the fall of 2015, with the support of the Community Foundation of Kingston and Area. With strong participation, we were encouraged to continue it this past winter. These open artist-led sessions introduce weekly themes and also support those pursuing their own creative direction.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/the-juvenis-festival/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 04, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 04, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 04, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 04, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie - Nov 04, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Agatha Christies theatrical adaptation from her original novel is a sinister, yet darkly-playful mystery wherein no ones life is safe and no one is above suspicion. Eight strangers with no apparent ties to each other are lured under false pretenses to a weekend getaway to a country home on isolated Soldier Island. Upon their arrival, they become dismayed to learn the only other residents on the island are two house servants and that their host and hostess are remarkably absent. There is a curious decorative choice in the main room of the home- a framed nursery rhyme called Ten Little Soldiers that hangs above the fireplace along with matching figurines on the mantelpiece. As the night grows dark, these ten strangers discover they are all pawns in an elaborative, Machiavellian plot with the intent to kill each of them one by one until there is no one left. Marooned and isolated, what was once a disparate group, now finds they must choose alliances and entrust each other if they are ever to survive the weekend.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - May 04, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 04, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 04, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 04, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Sep 04, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 04, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 04, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 04, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Green River Revival - Nov 04, 2016 - Nov 04, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre 218 Princess St.
Cost: Adult: $40
Description: Bottle Tree Productions presents: Green River Revival - The Best of CCR Bringing you the memories that go along with the music of Creedence Clearwater Revival's extensive song list. Join the boys as they take a trip Up Around the Bend of Green River, and along the bayou. Look out the backdoor over Lodi and sing along with the Vietnam protest songs for as long as you can see the light. The members of this band have played in CCR tributes across Canada, Scandinavia and the U.S. for the past decade and now they have joined together to bring you the ultimate CREEDENCE REVIVAL.The show presents the music of CCR with a storyline that incorporates all the CREEDENCE hits along with terrific showmanship and an eye to presenting a show that is as close as possible to the original band. Be one of the fortunate ones -
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/node/2215

JANE EYRE - The Musical - Jun 04, 2016 - Jun 04, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre, Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $38.75 Child: $34.75 Senior: $30
Description: JANE EYRE A Musical Drama Music and Lyrics by PAUL GORDON Book and additional Lyrics by JOHN CAIRD Based on the Novel by Charlotte Bronte Director: Anne Marie Mortensen Music Director: Darrell Bryan Piano accompanist: Clare Gordon This beloved tale of secrets and the lies that secrets create, of unimaginable hope and unspoken passion, reminds us what it is to fall deeply, truly and completely in love. - See more at: http://www.mtishows.com/show_detail.asp?showid=000237
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://http://kingstongrand.ca/event/jane-eyre-musical

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 04, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 04, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 04, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Vinyl Records Sale - Nov 04, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Kingston Symphony Warehouse | 785 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd., Unit 7A
Cost:
Description:
Email: info@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 6135469729
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca

Queen's University Presents: The Servant of Two Masters - Nov 04, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Queen's University, Theological Hall
Cost: Adult: $22
Description: The Dan School of Drama and Music is excited to present The Servant of Two Masters written by 18th C playwright Carlo Goldoni and directed by Greg Wanless. Evening Performances: October 27-29 & November 2-5 at 8pm Matinee Performances: November 5-6 at 2pm Tickets can be purchased at the Drama Office located in the basement of Theological Hall or at the door prior to performances. Student/Senior - $15, General $22 The Servant of Two Masters is a comedy about a simpleminded trickster, Truffaldino, who in the hopes of double wages and double dinners, is employed by two masters, without either knowing. However, throughout the play he is asked by both to perform similar tasks causing lots of confusion. As a result there is fun for the audience, but maybe not so much for Truffaldino! This play offers a great opportunity for the cast to experiment with Commedia dellarte and improvisation. The Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni, born in 1707, is often praised for his works mix of wit and social commentary. First produced in 1746, The Servant of Two Masters is one of his most well-known plays.
Email: 12jc149@queensu.ca
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1587943164847201/

Kingston Choral Scholars - Dec 04, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? St. George's Cathedral
Cost: Adult: Admission Child: Senior:
Description: The Kingston Choral Scholars are a group of seven Queens students who sing a variety of a cappella works, with styles ranging from Palestrina to Pentatonix. All coming from musical backgrounds, many of the members grew up singing together in various churches and cathedrals (including Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa). Now studying in a variety of different faculties at Queen's (ranging from Engineering to Music), their love of choral music has brought them together in the Kingston Choral Scholars. Many of the members also sing in the Kingston Chamber Choir, and St. Georges Cathedral Choir. They are excited to share what they have been working on for their debut concert, scheduled for December 4th at 4:30PM at St. Georges Cathedral. There is something for everyone in this concert and they hope to see a diverse audience come out to share in an afternoon of fun and beautiful music. Admission is by donation, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a great cause - Lunch by George (a food program run at St. George's for people in the Kingston community).
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1904505693104592/

St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts - Aug 04, 2016 - Aug 04, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts continue on Thursday August 4 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with the Cranberry Dixie Band performing. The series will continue every Thursday through August 25. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 04, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

The Three Muskateers - Feb 05, 2016 - Feb 06, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs presents its 14th Annual Large Cast Production: THE THREE MUSKATEERS A fun play for the whole family - from sword fighting to singing Feb 4th, 5th and 6th at 7pm with a 2pm Matinee on Saturday. At The Domino Theatre - 51 Church Street Tickets are $10 each - $35 for a family (family passes cannot be bought online - must be immediate family leaving in the same household - please contact Christine for group discounts) Tickets are available at the door or online at SNAP: https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/882825 THANK YOU!!! See you there!!!
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 05, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 05, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Art Matters: A New Rembrandt for Kingston - May 05, 2016 - May 05, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: Jacquelyn N. Coutré, Bader Curator/Researcher of European Art, offers an in-depth look at Rembrandt van Rijns Portrait of a Man with Arms Akimbo.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/art-matters-a-new-rembrandt-for-kingston/

The Juvenis Festival - May 05, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: The Agnes is part of Kingstons first youth arts festival, Juvenis. Geared to ages 1330, Juvenis focuses on participatory events in all art forms. We will offer two workshops led by Ben Darrah, and a display of art by youth in the studio. Please see www.juvenisfestival.ca for details and registration information. The ArtZone display during the Juvenis Festival will be on view in the Studio from 3 to 15 May: dont miss this chance to enjoy the work of Kingston teens. The ArtZone after school drop-in program for teens began at the Agnes in the fall of 2015, with the support of the Community Foundation of Kingston and Area. With strong participation, we were encouraged to continue it this past winter. These open artist-led sessions introduce weekly themes and also support those pursuing their own creative direction.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/the-juvenis-festival/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 05, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Kingston Art Scenes Summit - Jun 05, 2016 - Jun 05, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: In conjunction with Dig and Art Scenes Kingston, this afternoon program features short talks on Kingstons art scenes from the 1970s to now by artists, scholars and curators. Time and Space are the broad organizing themes, with each session featuring stories on such topics as the controversy around Kosso Elouls 1973 Time sculpture and the contingencies of studio and exhibition space in the city today. Bring your perspective on Kingston scenes to the conversation. The summit is free; no registration required. Further details will appear here soon.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/kingston-art-scenes-summit/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 05, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 05, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 05, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Domino Theatre presents: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie - Nov 05, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Agatha Christies theatrical adaptation from her original novel is a sinister, yet darkly-playful mystery wherein no ones life is safe and no one is above suspicion. Eight strangers with no apparent ties to each other are lured under false pretenses to a weekend getaway to a country home on isolated Soldier Island. Upon their arrival, they become dismayed to learn the only other residents on the island are two house servants and that their host and hostess are remarkably absent. There is a curious decorative choice in the main room of the home- a framed nursery rhyme called Ten Little Soldiers that hangs above the fireplace along with matching figurines on the mantelpiece. As the night grows dark, these ten strangers discover they are all pawns in an elaborative, Machiavellian plot with the intent to kill each of them one by one until there is no one left. Marooned and isolated, what was once a disparate group, now finds they must choose alliances and entrust each other if they are ever to survive the weekend.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 05, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - May 05, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 05, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 05, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Fort Fright - Oct 05, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 05, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 05, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 05, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 05, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 05, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 05, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Vinyl Records Sale - Nov 05, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Kingston Symphony Warehouse | 785 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd., Unit 7A
Cost:
Description:
Email: info@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 6135469729
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca

Queen's University Presents: The Servant of Two Masters - Nov 05, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Queen's University, Theological Hall
Cost: Adult: $22
Description: The Dan School of Drama and Music is excited to present The Servant of Two Masters written by 18th C playwright Carlo Goldoni and directed by Greg Wanless. Evening Performances: October 27-29 & November 2-5 at 8pm Matinee Performances: November 5-6 at 2pm Tickets can be purchased at the Drama Office located in the basement of Theological Hall or at the door prior to performances. Student/Senior - $15, General $22 The Servant of Two Masters is a comedy about a simpleminded trickster, Truffaldino, who in the hopes of double wages and double dinners, is employed by two masters, without either knowing. However, throughout the play he is asked by both to perform similar tasks causing lots of confusion. As a result there is fun for the audience, but maybe not so much for Truffaldino! This play offers a great opportunity for the cast to experiment with Commedia dellarte and improvisation. The Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni, born in 1707, is often praised for his works mix of wit and social commentary. First produced in 1746, The Servant of Two Masters is one of his most well-known plays.
Email: 12jc149@queensu.ca
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1587943164847201/

FALCON FIGHT SERIES - LIVE MMA - Nov 05, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Rogers K-Rock Centre
Cost:
Description: Saturday, November 5th, local athletes collide with some of Ontarios top martial artists in a night of live mixed martial arts, where anything can happen! Expect to see 8 to 12 bouts, featuring 3 x 3 minute rounds. Finishing off the night with a title fight where a custom made belt is on the line! If you have seen the UFC, you can expect the same sort of excitement at this event. Get your tickets now! Doors Open @ 6 pm Tickets available NOW through the box office or ticketmaster.ca
Email: info@hayabusa-academy.com
Web Site: http://www.falconfightseries.com

Hope and Glory - Nov 05, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Sydenham Street United Church
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $15 Senior: $17
Description: Cantabile Choirs present a tribute to the magnificent choral tradition of the UK. Music by Vaughan Williams, Holst, Britten, Tavener and modern classics by the Beatles and Sting!
Email: info@cantabilechoirs.net
Tel: (613) 549-0099
Web Site: http://www.cantabilechoirs.ca

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 05, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Rosauro & Mendelssohn - Mar 06, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? 390 King Street West, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4
Cost:
Description: Sunday, March 6, 2016 | 2:30 p.m. Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Featuring: Wolf Tormann, Cello Gordon Craig, Clarinet Linda Craig, Clarinet Ben Glossop, Bassoon Evan Mitchell, Marimba Glen Fast, Conductor Boccherini: Cello Concerto Mendelssohn: Konzertstück No. 2 for Two Clarinets Hétu: Bassoon Concerto Rosauro: Marimba Concerto Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4 Your opportunity to hear some of the incredible talent that make up your Kingston Symphony. Cellist Wolf Tormann, clarinetists Gordon and Linda Craig, bassoonist Ben Glossop, and even our own maestro Evan Mitchell each take centre stage as soloists. We complete the afternoon with Mendelssohn's magical Italian Symphony, a remarkable showcase for the entire orchestra. Tickets range in price from $10 to $50 and are available by calling 613-530-2050 or by visiting www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca.
Email: losullivan@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca/concert_listings.cfm?action=viewcontent&NewsletterID=25220

The Three Muskateers - Feb 06, 2016 - Feb 06, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs presents its 14th Annual Large Cast Production: THE THREE MUSKATEERS A fun play for the whole family - from sword fighting to singing Feb 4th, 5th and 6th at 7pm with a 2pm Matinee on Saturday. At The Domino Theatre - 51 Church Street Tickets are $10 each - $35 for a family (family passes cannot be bought online - must be immediate family leaving in the same household - please contact Christine for group discounts) Tickets are available at the door or online at SNAP: https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/882825 THANK YOU!!! See you there!!!
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

The Juvenis Festival - May 06, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: The Agnes is part of Kingstons first youth arts festival, Juvenis. Geared to ages 1330, Juvenis focuses on participatory events in all art forms. We will offer two workshops led by Ben Darrah, and a display of art by youth in the studio. Please see www.juvenisfestival.ca for details and registration information. The ArtZone display during the Juvenis Festival will be on view in the Studio from 3 to 15 May: dont miss this chance to enjoy the work of Kingston teens. The ArtZone after school drop-in program for teens began at the Agnes in the fall of 2015, with the support of the Community Foundation of Kingston and Area. With strong participation, we were encouraged to continue it this past winter. These open artist-led sessions introduce weekly themes and also support those pursuing their own creative direction.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/the-juvenis-festival/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 06, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 06, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 06, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 06, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 06, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 06, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 06, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 06, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - May 06, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 06, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 06, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Spring Fever - Apr 06, 2016 - Apr 07, 2016
Where? Fluid Nightclub 424 Princess Street
Cost: Adult: $5
Description: Fluid & Rapture Events presents: SPRING FEVER at Fluid, Friday May 6th School is out, so is the sun, yet it still isnt summer. We are stuck in between.. it's springtime fever! Come to fluid to escape the pre summer weather, springtime blues! come colourful and enjoy some great drinks, music and dancing! First 20 people in, recieve a free drink! _________________________________________ (1) EVERY DAMN FRIDAY (2) FREE DRINK to the first 20 people through the door (3) The best bar staff in the city (4) The men and women here are fine as hell (5) $5 cover all night (6) 19 + only _________________________________________ :: DRINK SPECIALS :: $3.50 Jack Daniels Honey & Fire $100 Bottle Service :: V I P :: For all table service inquires contact vaughan@Rapture.events Rapture Events: https://www.facebook.com/rapture.events/ https://twitter.com/raptureeventsca http://instagram.com/rapture.events
Email: Vaughan@rapture.events
Tel: 613-583-8679
Web Site: http://www.facebook.com/rapture.events

Spring Fever - Apr 06, 2016 - Apr 07, 2016
Where? Fluid Nightclub 424 Princess Street
Cost: Adult: $5
Description: Fluid & Rapture Events presents: SPRING FEVER at Fluid, Friday May 6th School is out, so is the sun, yet it still isnt summer. We are stuck in between.. it's springtime fever! Come to fluid to escape the pre summer weather, springtime blues! come colourful and enjoy some great drinks, music and dancing! First 20 people in, recieve a free drink! _________________________________________ (1) EVERY DAMN FRIDAY (2) FREE DRINK to the first 20 people through the door (3) The best bar staff in the city (4) The men and women here are fine as hell (5) $5 cover all night (6) 19 + only _________________________________________ :: DRINK SPECIALS :: $3.50 Jack Daniels Honey & Fire $100 Bottle Service :: V I P :: For all table service inquires contact vaughan@Rapture.events Rapture Events: https://www.facebook.com/rapture.events/ https://twitter.com/raptureeventsca http://instagram.com/rapture.events
Email: Vaughan@rapture.events
Tel: 613-583-8679
Web Site: http://www.facebook.com/rapture.events

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 06, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 06, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 06, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 06, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 06, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Mar 06, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 06, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Vinyl Records Sale - Nov 06, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Kingston Symphony Warehouse | 785 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd., Unit 7A
Cost:
Description:
Email: info@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 6135469729
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca

Queen's University Presents: The Servant of Two Masters - Nov 06, 2016 - Nov 06, 2016
Where? Queen's University, Theological Hall
Cost: Adult: $22
Description: The Dan School of Drama and Music is excited to present The Servant of Two Masters written by 18th C playwright Carlo Goldoni and directed by Greg Wanless. Evening Performances: October 27-29 & November 2-5 at 8pm Matinee Performances: November 5-6 at 2pm Tickets can be purchased at the Drama Office located in the basement of Theological Hall or at the door prior to performances. Student/Senior - $15, General $22 The Servant of Two Masters is a comedy about a simpleminded trickster, Truffaldino, who in the hopes of double wages and double dinners, is employed by two masters, without either knowing. However, throughout the play he is asked by both to perform similar tasks causing lots of confusion. As a result there is fun for the audience, but maybe not so much for Truffaldino! This play offers a great opportunity for the cast to experiment with Commedia dellarte and improvisation. The Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni, born in 1707, is often praised for his works mix of wit and social commentary. First produced in 1746, The Servant of Two Masters is one of his most well-known plays.
Email: 12jc149@queensu.ca
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1587943164847201/

The Secret Life of Natalie - Dec 06, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? THE BOX at H'art Centre, 237 Wellington Street
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre Directed by Kathryn MacKay Music Direction by Kathi Toth Switzer & Michael George Choreography by Melissa Mahady Wilton Inspired by the song I Can Fly by Michael George Natalie, a young woman with a disability, is underestimated by the people in her life. Frustrated by the limitations they put on her, and her perception that she is sometimes treated like a beast, she secretly creates another persona with an amazing life and boundless bravery. She struggles to connect her two selves in this inspiring musical about believing in your TRUE self.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/secret-life-of-natalie

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 06, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

The Juvenis Festival - May 07, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: The Agnes is part of Kingstons first youth arts festival, Juvenis. Geared to ages 1330, Juvenis focuses on participatory events in all art forms. We will offer two workshops led by Ben Darrah, and a display of art by youth in the studio. Please see www.juvenisfestival.ca for details and registration information. The ArtZone display during the Juvenis Festival will be on view in the Studio from 3 to 15 May: dont miss this chance to enjoy the work of Kingston teens. The ArtZone after school drop-in program for teens began at the Agnes in the fall of 2015, with the support of the Community Foundation of Kingston and Area. With strong participation, we were encouraged to continue it this past winter. These open artist-led sessions introduce weekly themes and also support those pursuing their own creative direction.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/the-juvenis-festival/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 07, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 07, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 07, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 07, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 07, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Art Exhibition Opening by Kingston artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 07, 2016 - Jul 07, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo.ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 07, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 07, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Chestmates Domino Theatre Fundraising Evening - Dec 07, 2016 - Dec 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre 52 Church Street, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $20.00
Description: Domino Theatre production of It's a Wonderful Life Fundraiser evening for Chestmates Kingston Breast Cancer Survivor Dragonboat Team. Tickets $20.00 each
Email: admin@bcakingston.ca
Tel: 613-531-7912
Web Site: http://www.bcakingston.ca

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 07, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - May 07, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 07, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 07, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Homegrown Live 2016 - May 07, 2016 - May 08, 2016
Where? Downtown Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Homegrown Live is an annual music festival celebrating live music in Kingston, Ontario. Over 100 Kingston bands are playing in 10 downtown venues in 13 genres. Join us on Saturday, May 7th, 2016 at Kingstons top live music venues, and help raise money for the Joe Chithalen Memorial Musical Instrument Lending Library (Joes M.I.L.L.) All-access bracelets are $10 and available at each venue on the day of the festival.
Email: chrismorriskingston@gmail.com
Tel: 6135398438
Web Site: http://www.homegrownlive.ca

Eccentric Vocal Ensemble (EVE) Concert: Choral Mosaic - May 07, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Edith Rankin Memorial Church, 4080 Bath Rd.
Cost: Adult: $15-20
Description: Eccentric Vocal Ensemble (EVE), Kingstons premier choral music collective, presents their Spring concert Choral Mosaic with special guests Log House Rhythm Group. Featuring a mixed program of choral music, EVE will live up to their eccentric label through a wide range of music including Renaissance madrigals, world folk music, and contemporary choral compositions. Special guests and surprise instrumentalists will round out the evening for a unique concert-going experience. Tickets $15 in advance or $20 at the door. For further ticket info visit our Facebook page, e-mail us at eccentricvocalensemble@gmail.com, or call 613-540-4777.
Email: eccentricvocalensemble@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/eccentricvocalensemble/

Spring Fever - Apr 07, 2016 - Apr 07, 2016
Where? Fluid Nightclub 424 Princess Street
Cost: Adult: $5
Description: Fluid & Rapture Events presents: SPRING FEVER at Fluid, Friday May 6th School is out, so is the sun, yet it still isnt summer. We are stuck in between.. it's springtime fever! Come to fluid to escape the pre summer weather, springtime blues! come colourful and enjoy some great drinks, music and dancing! First 20 people in, recieve a free drink! _________________________________________ (1) EVERY DAMN FRIDAY (2) FREE DRINK to the first 20 people through the door (3) The best bar staff in the city (4) The men and women here are fine as hell (5) $5 cover all night (6) 19 + only _________________________________________ :: DRINK SPECIALS :: $3.50 Jack Daniels Honey & Fire $100 Bottle Service :: V I P :: For all table service inquires contact vaughan@Rapture.events Rapture Events: https://www.facebook.com/rapture.events/ https://twitter.com/raptureeventsca http://instagram.com/rapture.events
Email: Vaughan@rapture.events
Tel: 613-583-8679
Web Site: http://www.facebook.com/rapture.events

Spring Fever - Apr 07, 2016 - Apr 07, 2016
Where? Fluid Nightclub 424 Princess Street
Cost: Adult: $5
Description: Fluid & Rapture Events presents: SPRING FEVER at Fluid, Friday May 6th School is out, so is the sun, yet it still isnt summer. We are stuck in between.. it's springtime fever! Come to fluid to escape the pre summer weather, springtime blues! come colourful and enjoy some great drinks, music and dancing! First 20 people in, recieve a free drink! _________________________________________ (1) EVERY DAMN FRIDAY (2) FREE DRINK to the first 20 people through the door (3) The best bar staff in the city (4) The men and women here are fine as hell (5) $5 cover all night (6) 19 + only _________________________________________ :: DRINK SPECIALS :: $3.50 Jack Daniels Honey & Fire $100 Bottle Service :: V I P :: For all table service inquires contact vaughan@Rapture.events Rapture Events: https://www.facebook.com/rapture.events/ https://twitter.com/raptureeventsca http://instagram.com/rapture.events
Email: Vaughan@rapture.events
Tel: 613-583-8679
Web Site: http://www.facebook.com/rapture.events

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 07, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 07, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 07, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 07, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Orchestra Kingston with Canta Arya - May 07, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts
Cost: Adult: $30 Senior: $30
Description: Orchestra Kingston's Season Grand Finale, with Canta Arya Strings. Join Kingston's community orchestra and the young string players of Canta Arya, for Rossini's Barber of Seville Overture, Kingston composer John Burge's Concerto for 4 Violins, and other inspiring pieces. Saturday, May 7th, at 7:30 pm, in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts (390 King Street West, Kingston). Tickets $30 ($25 ahead of time, at theisabel.ca). For information, call 613-634-9312 or email manager@orchestrakingston.ca
Email: manager@orchestrakingston.ca
Tel: 6136349312
Web Site: http://orchestrakingston.ca

Orchestra Kingston with Canta Arya - May 07, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts
Cost: Adult: $28
Description: Orchestra Kingston joins with Canta Arya Strings for the season's grand finale concert.
Email: ljs2@queensu.ca
Tel: 6136349312
Web Site: http://orchestrakingston.ca

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 07, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts - Jul 07, 2016 - Jul 07, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts continue on Thursday July 7 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with Trio Abelia (Oboe, Horn, Piano) performing. The series will continue every Thursday through August 25. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

Cantabile presents Sing, Sing a Song! - Feb 07, 2016 - Feb 07, 2016
Where? Sydenham St United Church
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Sistema Kingston and Joe Chithalen Memorial Instrument Lending Library (MILL) invite you to attend the Cantabile Choirs second annual sing-along, entitled Sing, Sing a Song!
Email: info@cantabilechoirs.net
Tel: 613 549 0099
Web Site: http://www.cantabilechoirs.ca

Sing, Sing a Song - Feb 07, 2016 - Feb 07, 2016
Where? Sydenham ST. United
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Lend your voice to support local music! Cantabile Choirs' invite you to their second annual sing-along 'Sing, Sing a Song' on Sunday Feb. 7 at 2:00, Sydenham Street United. Join in the fun of singing favorite folk-songs, campfire songs, Broadway tunes, Beatles tunes and more. The Men and Women's Chorus from Cantabile will also be heard. Admission is free with donations to Sistema Kingston or Joe's MILL encouraged and appreciated.
Email: msirett@cantabilechoirs.net
Tel: (613) 549-0099
Web Site: http://www.cantabilechoirs.ca

The Secret Life of Natalie - Dec 07, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? THE BOX at H'art Centre, 237 Wellington Street
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre Directed by Kathryn MacKay Music Direction by Kathi Toth Switzer & Michael George Choreography by Melissa Mahady Wilton Inspired by the song I Can Fly by Michael George Natalie, a young woman with a disability, is underestimated by the people in her life. Frustrated by the limitations they put on her, and her perception that she is sometimes treated like a beast, she secretly creates another persona with an amazing life and boundless bravery. She struggles to connect her two selves in this inspiring musical about believing in your TRUE self.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/secret-life-of-natalie

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 07, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Sleeping Beauty-The Pantomime - Dec 07, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Queen's Theological Hall, Queen's University
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12 Senior: $22
Description: written and directed by Steven Spencer Join us as we tell the magical tale of two kingdoms  Fife and Drum  their ongoing rivalry and the curse that has been laid upon them both. Featuring evil curses, dastardly villains, princes and princesses and... the Eiffel Tower?! Will a handsome young prince be able to save our protagonists and help them live happily ever after? Featuring everything you love about pantomimes - dazzling costumes, stunning sets, mischievous fun and musical numbers that will excite the whole family. Family rates $60.00(2 adults & up to 3 children) Evening performances 7:00 pm and Saturday Matinee 1:30 pm
Tel: 613-583-7529.
Web Site: http://www.kingstownplayers.com

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 08, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 08, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 08, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 08, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 08, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 08, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 08, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 08, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Chestmates Domino Theatre Fundraising Evening - Jun 08, 2016 - Jun 08, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre 52 Church Street, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $20.00
Description: Domino Theatre production of Calendar Girls, directed by Penny Nash. Fundraiser evening for Chestmates Kingston Breast Cancer Survivor Dragonboat Team. Tickets $20.00 each
Email: admin@bcakingston.ca
Tel: 613-531-7912
Web Site: http://www.bcakingston.ca

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 08, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Come Play by the Lake 8, our One Act Play Festival - Jul 08, 2016 - Jul 09, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $10 Senior: $15
Description: 4 plays in 2 nights: vote for your favourite. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 2016 1. THE OPEN ROAD based on The Wind in the Willows Written by Kenneth Graham Directed by Anne Marie Mortensen (not competing) 2. THE JUNK SHOP Written and Directed by Charles Robertson SATURDAY, JULY 9, 2016 1. NEMESIS Written by Peter D. Wilson Directed by Michelle McNichol 2. RAINING CATS AND DOGS Written by Ken Weston Directed by James Gow Tickets available from: Grand Theatre box office 613-530-2050, online at www.kingstongrand.com Or at the Domino Theatre door performance night upon availability
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 08, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 08, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Homegrown Live 2016 - May 08, 2016 - May 08, 2016
Where? Downtown Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Homegrown Live is an annual music festival celebrating live music in Kingston, Ontario. Over 100 Kingston bands are playing in 10 downtown venues in 13 genres. Join us on Saturday, May 7th, 2016 at Kingstons top live music venues, and help raise money for the Joe Chithalen Memorial Musical Instrument Lending Library (Joes M.I.L.L.) All-access bracelets are $10 and available at each venue on the day of the festival.
Email: chrismorriskingston@gmail.com
Tel: 6135398438
Web Site: http://www.homegrownlive.ca

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 08, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 08, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 08, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 08, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 08, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

St George's Cathedral Choral Evensong - May 08, 2016 - May 08, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The visiting Choir of Men and Boys of Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa, directed by Matthew Larkin, will sing a service of Choral Evensong at St. George's Cathedral on Sunday May 8 at 5pm. Music by Gerald Finzi, Herbert Murrill, and Bernard Rose. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit stgeorgescathedral.ca. Join us for an evening of spiritual refreshment.
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

St. Georges Cathedral Advent Concerts - Dec 08, 2016 - Dec 08, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: St. Georges Cathedral Advent Concerts continue on Thursday December 8 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with a performance by Organist Michael Capon. Music by Bach, De Grigny, and Arvo Pärt. The concerts continue on Thursdays through December 15. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

The Secret Life of Natalie - Dec 08, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? THE BOX at H'art Centre, 237 Wellington Street
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre Directed by Kathryn MacKay Music Direction by Kathi Toth Switzer & Michael George Choreography by Melissa Mahady Wilton Inspired by the song I Can Fly by Michael George Natalie, a young woman with a disability, is underestimated by the people in her life. Frustrated by the limitations they put on her, and her perception that she is sometimes treated like a beast, she secretly creates another persona with an amazing life and boundless bravery. She struggles to connect her two selves in this inspiring musical about believing in your TRUE self.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/secret-life-of-natalie

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 08, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Sleeping Beauty-The Pantomime - Dec 08, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Queen's Theological Hall, Queen's University
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12 Senior: $22
Description: written and directed by Steven Spencer Join us as we tell the magical tale of two kingdoms  Fife and Drum  their ongoing rivalry and the curse that has been laid upon them both. Featuring evil curses, dastardly villains, princes and princesses and... the Eiffel Tower?! Will a handsome young prince be able to save our protagonists and help them live happily ever after? Featuring everything you love about pantomimes - dazzling costumes, stunning sets, mischievous fun and musical numbers that will excite the whole family. Family rates $60.00(2 adults & up to 3 children) Evening performances 7:00 pm and Saturday Matinee 1:30 pm
Tel: 613-583-7529.
Web Site: http://www.kingstownplayers.com

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 09, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 09, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 09, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 09, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 09, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 09, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 09, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 09, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 09, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Come Play by the Lake 8, our One Act Play Festival - Jul 09, 2016 - Jul 09, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $10 Senior: $15
Description: 4 plays in 2 nights: vote for your favourite. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 2016 1. THE OPEN ROAD based on The Wind in the Willows Written by Kenneth Graham Directed by Anne Marie Mortensen (not competing) 2. THE JUNK SHOP Written and Directed by Charles Robertson SATURDAY, JULY 9, 2016 1. NEMESIS Written by Peter D. Wilson Directed by Michelle McNichol 2. RAINING CATS AND DOGS Written by Ken Weston Directed by James Gow Tickets available from: Grand Theatre box office 613-530-2050, online at www.kingstongrand.com Or at the Domino Theatre door performance night upon availability
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 09, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 09, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 09, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 09, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 09, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 09, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 09, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

1st annual Scavenger Hunt - Apr 09, 2016 - Apr 09, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost:
Description: THE HUNT IS ON! The Independent Living Centre Kingston will be holding the 1st annual SCAVENGER HUNT. This fun-filled SCAVENGER HUNT will take place on Saturday April 9, 2016 starting at the Seniors Association of Kingston Centre (56 Francis Street) from 2 to 4 pm. The cost for the two hour event is $25 for a team of four hunters. Registration is at 1:30 pm with handouts at 2 pm. Teams supply their own transportation while hunting for the specific list of items and return back to the Senior Centre by 4 pm. Following the hunt, refreshments will be served and prizes handed out. The money for the SCAVENGER HUNT will be used for one to one direct support for individuals with disabilities and their families. For information or to register, call 613-542-8353 or register on line at www.ilckingston.com for details. Families, Friends Co-workers, All ages are welcome. Mark April 9, 2016 on your calendar!
Email: laura@ilckingston.com
Tel: 6135428353
Web Site: http://www.ilckingston.com

Kingston Ribfest & Craft Beer Show - Sep 09, 2016 - Sep 11, 2016
Where? Memorial Centre Park, 303 York Street, Kingston, ON K7K 4M4
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Barbequed ribs and chicken, great craft-brewed beer, live entertainment - all in the great atmosphere of Memorial Centre Park. Life doesn't get much better! Bring your friends, family and co-workers and savour the flavor of the 4th annual Kingston Ribfest & Craft Beer Show! Admission is free but donations to the Partners in Mission Food Bank will be accepted at the gate. September 9th - 11th, 2016 Memorial Centre Park FREE ADMISSION! Friday 5PM - 10PM Saturday Noon - 10PM Sunday Noon - 6PM Hope to see you there!
Email: jane@imatevents.com
Web Site: http://www.kingstonribandbeerfest.com/

Garnet Rogers in Concert - Dec 09, 2016 - Dec 09, 2016
Where? St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 130 Clergy St. E., Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $25.00
Description: Garnet Rogers is one of Canada's busiest folk musicians traveling across North America with thoughtful, dramatic stories that are full of compelling insight and seasoned with laughter. Garnet sings extraordinary songs about people who are not obvious heroes and of the small victories of the everyday. Presented by Heart to Horse Connection, this concert is also a fundraiser for Home Base Housing , a non-profit organization that operates In From the Cold Emergency Shelter and Lily's Place Family Shelter . Between the two shelters, 48 individuals can find temporary accommodations and receive assistance in securing and maintaining housing. Part of the Home For the Holidays campaign, this concert is in support of this non-profit organization that provides direct assistance to homeless and at-risk individuals and families. In addition to the shelters, Home Base Housing operate the following programs: Housing First, Housing Help Centre, Kingston Youth Services, Prevention Diversion and Supportive Housing. Visit the website at www.kingstonhomebase.ca for more information. Donations will be gratefully accepted at the concert. In addition to CDs being for sale, Garnet Rogers will also have his new book Night Drive available. Stories covering the 10-years apprenticeship in the school of hard-road, folk singers fill the pages and bring some readers back to the coffeehouse atmosphere  like The Scarecrow Restaurant  that followers keep in their memory. And plenty of pages devoted to the routes and adventures between the gigs. For more information, visit Heart to Horse Connection's website, email or call - details listed.
Email: h2hconnection@gmail.com
Tel: 613-483-3820
Web Site: http://www.heart2horseconnection.ca

St. Georges Cathedral Childrens Choir - Sep 09, 2016 - Sep 09, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The Childrens Choir of St. Georges Cathedral begins a new term on Friday September 9 from 4:15pm to 5:15pm. The choir welcomes boys and girls aged 7 to 13. They rehearse Fridays after school, and sing monthly on Sundays. There is no membership fee, and no requirement for previous musical experience. As well as singing together, the choir enjoys an occasional pizza party and other special events. Located in the heart of downtown Kingston (270 King St. E. at Johnson), the Cathedrals dome is immediately recognizable as a local landmark. Contact the Director of Music, Michael Capon, at 613-548-4617x23 or organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca, or visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca/index.cfm/music. Come sing with us!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

Orchestra Kingston presents Handel's - Dec 09, 2016 - Dec 09, 2016
Where? Sydenham Street United Church
Cost: Adult: $25 Senior: $20
Description: Orchestra Kingston presents Handel's Messiah, with the Kingston Choral Society. Enjoy a full performance of Handel's best know work. Friday, December 9th, 7:30 pm, at Sydenham Street United Church, 82 Sydenham Street, Kingston. Tickets $25/20, available at the door or through the website. Children under 12 free. Information: manager@orchestrakingston.ca, or visit the website at orchestrakingston.ca
Email: manager@orchestrakingston.ca
Tel: 6136349312
Web Site: http://orchestrakingston.ca

The Secret Life of Natalie - Dec 09, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? THE BOX at H'art Centre, 237 Wellington Street
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre Directed by Kathryn MacKay Music Direction by Kathi Toth Switzer & Michael George Choreography by Melissa Mahady Wilton Inspired by the song I Can Fly by Michael George Natalie, a young woman with a disability, is underestimated by the people in her life. Frustrated by the limitations they put on her, and her perception that she is sometimes treated like a beast, she secretly creates another persona with an amazing life and boundless bravery. She struggles to connect her two selves in this inspiring musical about believing in your TRUE self.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/secret-life-of-natalie

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 09, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Sleeping Beauty-The Pantomime - Dec 09, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Queen's Theological Hall, Queen's University
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12 Senior: $22
Description: written and directed by Steven Spencer Join us as we tell the magical tale of two kingdoms  Fife and Drum  their ongoing rivalry and the curse that has been laid upon them both. Featuring evil curses, dastardly villains, princes and princesses and... the Eiffel Tower?! Will a handsome young prince be able to save our protagonists and help them live happily ever after? Featuring everything you love about pantomimes - dazzling costumes, stunning sets, mischievous fun and musical numbers that will excite the whole family. Family rates $60.00(2 adults & up to 3 children) Evening performances 7:00 pm and Saturday Matinee 1:30 pm
Tel: 613-583-7529.
Web Site: http://www.kingstownplayers.com

The Imaginary Theatre Company Presents - Nov 09, 2016 - Nov 12, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall, Queen's Campus
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description:
Email: theimaginarytheatrecompany@gmail.com
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/imaginarytheatrecompany/?fref=ts

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 10, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 10, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 10, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 10, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 10, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 10, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 10, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 10, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 10, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 10, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 10, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 10, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 10, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Celtic Kitchen Party - Sep 10, 2016 - Sep 10, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $45 Child: $20
Description: Time to be determined The best variety of Celtic music will fill the South Hill, overlooking Lake Ontario, as the energy of an East Coast Kitchen Party wraps up the summer season. Fort Henry's Celtic Kitchen Party features a series of live entertainers and professional performances celebrating the Celtic culture and traditions. Culinary offerings will also be available, along with a Celtic Vendor Village, Kids Celtic Craft area, and whiskey tastings in the beer tent, featuring the Kingston Celtic Ceilidh Band. This is an event not to be missed! Main stage line up: The Mahones bring their 25th anniversary tour to Fort Henry along with performances by Scotlands Breabach, Newfoundlands The Dardanelles, The Next Generation Leahy, The Peelers (Celtic Punk from Montreal) and a Quebecois band (TBA) along with local favourites Rob Roy Pipe Band and Highland Dancers performing on stage, and offering traditional dance for all attendees (Scottish Line dancing, Irish Step Dancing and Highland Dancing workshops will take place through the day)
Email: tricia.knowles@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4209
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 10, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 10, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 10, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Kingston Ribfest & Craft Beer Show - Sep 10, 2016 - Sep 11, 2016
Where? Memorial Centre Park, 303 York Street, Kingston, ON K7K 4M4
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Barbequed ribs and chicken, great craft-brewed beer, live entertainment - all in the great atmosphere of Memorial Centre Park. Life doesn't get much better! Bring your friends, family and co-workers and savour the flavor of the 4th annual Kingston Ribfest & Craft Beer Show! Admission is free but donations to the Partners in Mission Food Bank will be accepted at the gate. September 9th - 11th, 2016 Memorial Centre Park FREE ADMISSION! Friday 5PM - 10PM Saturday Noon - 10PM Sunday Noon - 6PM Hope to see you there!
Email: jane@imatevents.com
Web Site: http://www.kingstonribandbeerfest.com/

New York Art Trip 2016 - Mar 10, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016
Where? Midtown Manhattan
Cost: Adult: $610
Description: An art museum bus tour organized every March since 1993 for the Ottawa and Kingston region communities by Walk the Arts (www.walkthearts.com). Visit the Met, the MoMa, the Guggenheim, the Chelsea Galleries and more with a group of like-minded adults and accompanied by an art historian. We offer accommodations in Midtown Manhattan, transportation to all museums on schedule and lots of fun. Price starts at 610$. Space is limited Book now! For more details please call at (800) 611-4789 or email at info@walkthearts.com
Email: info@walkthearts.com
Tel: (800) 611-4789
Web Site: http://www.walkthearts.com/_art_tours/art_tour_new_york.shtml

The Secret Life of Natalie - Dec 10, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? THE BOX at H'art Centre, 237 Wellington Street
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre Directed by Kathryn MacKay Music Direction by Kathi Toth Switzer & Michael George Choreography by Melissa Mahady Wilton Inspired by the song I Can Fly by Michael George Natalie, a young woman with a disability, is underestimated by the people in her life. Frustrated by the limitations they put on her, and her perception that she is sometimes treated like a beast, she secretly creates another persona with an amazing life and boundless bravery. She struggles to connect her two selves in this inspiring musical about believing in your TRUE self.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/secret-life-of-natalie

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 10, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Sleeping Beauty-The Pantomime - Dec 10, 2016 - Dec 10, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Queen's Theological Hall, Queen's University
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12 Senior: $22
Description: written and directed by Steven Spencer Join us as we tell the magical tale of two kingdoms  Fife and Drum  their ongoing rivalry and the curse that has been laid upon them both. Featuring evil curses, dastardly villains, princes and princesses and... the Eiffel Tower?! Will a handsome young prince be able to save our protagonists and help them live happily ever after? Featuring everything you love about pantomimes - dazzling costumes, stunning sets, mischievous fun and musical numbers that will excite the whole family. Family rates $60.00(2 adults & up to 3 children) Evening performances 7:00 pm and Saturday Matinee 1:30 pm
Tel: 613-583-7529.
Web Site: http://www.kingstownplayers.com

The Imaginary Theatre Company Presents - Nov 10, 2016 - Nov 12, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall, Queen's Campus
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description:
Email: theimaginarytheatrecompany@gmail.com
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/imaginarytheatrecompany/?fref=ts

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 11, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 11, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 11, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 11, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Tour for Seniors - Oct 11, 2016 - Oct 11, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $5 Child: $5 Senior: $5
Description: Enjoy a guided tour of all exhibitions and the film Rembrandt and His World. This is part of the Heritage Trail program offered through the Seniors Association Kingston Region, so please register there by calling (613) 548.7810. $5 per person.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/tour-for-seniors/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 11, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 11, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 11, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 11, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Romeo and Juliet - Jun 11, 2016 - Jun 11, 2016
Where? Convocation Hall at Queen's Theological Hall
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $10 Senior: $15
Description: Romeo and Juliet At Convocation Hall at Queen's Theolocitcal Hall - 99 University Ave, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 June 11th at 2pm and 8pm A power house cast - See Harry Jordan and Anais Anjilvel to name a few!!! Tickets only $15 - available at the door or ONLINE at Snapd Kingston https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/918341
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com/performances.php

Fun Fast-Paced Shakespeare - Jun 11, 2016 - Jun 11, 2016
Where? Convocation Hall at Queen's Theological Hall
Cost: Adult: $5 Child: $5 Senior: $5
Description: Fun, Fast-Paced Shakespeare At Convocation Hall at Queen's Theological Hall - 99 University Ave, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 Shakespeare that's awesome for the WHOLE family - you'll laugh and then laugh some more!!! June 11th at 11am and 6pm ONLY $5 a TICKET!!! WOW!!! - available at the door or ONLINE at Snapd Kingston https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/918342
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com/performances.php

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 11, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 11, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 11, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Fright - Oct 11, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Beer Fest - Jun 11, 2016 - Jun 11, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $15.00 Child: $7.00
Description: The official after party for the Cannon Ball Rush and the kick off to Ontario Craft Beer week! Located on the South hill of Fort Henry so that guests may enjoy a panoramic view of Kingston's waterfront. This picnic style event is perfect for everyone to experience the unique blends and flavours of beverages brewed by micro craft breweries from Ontario and Quebec. Beer (and other alcoholic beverages) is sold sample size (4oz). Featuring performances byThe Elwins, The Dead South, Rueben deGroot with Rocket Surgery, and Sun K with more bands to be announced. Check out our website for the official line up!
Email: tricia.knowles@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4209
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/beerfest/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 11, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 11, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 11, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 11, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Kingston Ribfest & Craft Beer Show - Sep 11, 2016 - Sep 11, 2016
Where? Memorial Centre Park, 303 York Street, Kingston, ON K7K 4M4
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Barbequed ribs and chicken, great craft-brewed beer, live entertainment - all in the great atmosphere of Memorial Centre Park. Life doesn't get much better! Bring your friends, family and co-workers and savour the flavor of the 4th annual Kingston Ribfest & Craft Beer Show! Admission is free but donations to the Partners in Mission Food Bank will be accepted at the gate. September 9th - 11th, 2016 Memorial Centre Park FREE ADMISSION! Friday 5PM - 10PM Saturday Noon - 10PM Sunday Noon - 6PM Hope to see you there!
Email: jane@imatevents.com
Web Site: http://www.kingstonribandbeerfest.com/

New York Art Trip 2016 - Mar 11, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016
Where? Midtown Manhattan
Cost: Adult: $610
Description: An art museum bus tour organized every March since 1993 for the Ottawa and Kingston region communities by Walk the Arts (www.walkthearts.com). Visit the Met, the MoMa, the Guggenheim, the Chelsea Galleries and more with a group of like-minded adults and accompanied by an art historian. We offer accommodations in Midtown Manhattan, transportation to all museums on schedule and lots of fun. Price starts at 610$. Space is limited Book now! For more details please call at (800) 611-4789 or email at info@walkthearts.com
Email: info@walkthearts.com
Tel: (800) 611-4789
Web Site: http://www.walkthearts.com/_art_tours/art_tour_new_york.shtml

Melos presents... 17C Songs of Love and Motherhood - Jun 11, 2016 - Jun 11, 2016
Where? St George's Cathedral, 270 King Street East, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10
Description: Melos presents... 17th c. Songs of Love and Motherhood: a recital by lutenist Michael Leopold and sopranos Holly Gwynne-Timothy and Sarah Whalen-Downes, featuring 17th century songs, and solo works on theorbo by Kapsberger, Monteverdi, Purcell, Strozzi, Merula, Caccini. Saturday, June 11th at 7:30 p.m., in St. George's Cathedral, 270 King St. E. at Johnson (Downtown Kingston). Tickets - $20/ $15 students/ $10 under 13 - available at the door. Information: 613-767-7245, or www.Melos.ca
Email: ljs2@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-767-7245
Web Site: http://melos.ca

The Capital Chamber Choir - Jul 11, 2016 - Jul 11, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $25 Senior: $25
Description: The Capital Chamber Choir performs at St. George's Cathedral (270 King St. E., Kingston Ontario) on Monday 11 July at 8pm as the opening concert of the I Feel the Winds music festival, presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. Music by J.C. Bach, Jonathan Dove, James MacMillan, John Tavener, and Canadians Nicholas Piper, Jocelyn Morlock, and Timothy Mott. Tickets cost $25 and are available at Novel Idea (156 Princess St.), Renaissance Music (1057 Midland Ave., service charge applies), The Church Book Room (90 Johnson St.), St. Georges Cathedral Office (129 Wellington St.), on the festival website, and at the door. Festival passes at $60 are also available. For information, call 613-549-7125 or e-mail info@kingstonfestival2016.ca, or visit www.kingstonfestival2016.ca or www.facebook.com/IFeelTheWinds. The festival runs from July 11 to 14, and will feature internationally recognized artists and will welcome registrants from across Canada and nearby United States. Under the direction of Jamie Loback, this 27-voice choir, known for its energy, versatility and high-quality singing, has performed at Ottawas Music and Beyond Festival (the music of Morten Lauridsen) and the National Arts Centre (Roaring Twenties Festival, premiere of Sokolovics Golden Slumbers and Brahms German Requiem).
Email: info@kingstonfestival2016.ca
Tel: 613-549-7125
Web Site: http://kingstonfestival2016.ca

St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts - Aug 11, 2016 - Aug 11, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts continue on Thursday August 11 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with Juno-nominated pianist/composer John Burge performing. The series will continue every Thursday through August 25. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

Salt-Water Moon - May 11, 2016 - May 12, 2016
Where? The Domino Theatre
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $10 Senior: $15
Description: Salt Water Moon - A love story by David French Wednesday, May 11th at 7pm Thursday, May 12th at 7pm At the Domino Theatre - 52 Church Street Only $15 a ticket!!! - available at the door or ONLINE at Snapd Kingston https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/918338
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 11, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

The World Remembers: An Evening for Peace - Nov 11, 2016 - Nov 11, 2016
Where? The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts
Cost: Adult: $29
Description: A Remembrance Day concert for peace. Featuring Lawrence Scanlan, Lute Legends Ensemble, Cantabile Choirs of Kingston, Mulberry Waldorf Children's Choir, ISKA youth, drumECHO, Queen's Interfaith Chaplain Kate Johnson, Heather Haynes Wall of Courage, RH Thomson's The World Remembers project and more. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tickets are $29. To make this event accessible, a limited number of 1/2 price and free tickets are available by contacting admin@peacequest.ca. Please request the subsidy that best reflects your situation. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Email: admin@peacequest.ca
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://peacequest.ca

The Imaginary Theatre Company Presents - Nov 11, 2016 - Nov 12, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall, Queen's Campus
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description:
Email: theimaginarytheatrecompany@gmail.com
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/imaginarytheatrecompany/?fref=ts

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 12, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Art in Bloom Gala Reception - May 12, 2016 - May 12, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: A team of twenty-two talented artists, designers and gardeners have been working to create vivid floral interpretations of selected works of art in the spring exhibitions. The results will be on view at the Agnes, adjacent to the artworks that inspired them, for just a few days in May. The big reveal takes place on the evening of 12 May at a Gala Art-in-Bloom Reception; tickets for this event are $35. Book yours now by calling (613) 533.2190. This special evening will feature refreshments by Epicurious Catering and the interpreters will be on hand to discuss their inspiration. The floral displays will remain on view 13 to 15 May. Visit and vote for your favourite interpretation. The Peoples Choice winner will be announced at 3 pm on 15 May in the Atrium. This fundraising initiative aims to support Agnes outreach programs for Kingston youth and for new arrivals in the city, ArtZone and Agnes Connects respectively. If you are unable to attend the Gala, please consider supporting these initiatives through a gift directed to the Celebrating Agnes Fund at www.givetoqueens.ca. Agnes Society volunteer Catie Allan has spearheaded this creative program. Big thanks to her and her team for their energy and imagination in bringing this project to life.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/art-in-bloom-gala-reception/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 12, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 12, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 12, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 12, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 12, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 12, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 12, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Organist Rachel Mahon - Jul 12, 2016 - Jul 12, 2016
Where? Bridge Street United Church (60 Bridge St. E., Belleville Ontario)
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $20 Senior: $20
Description: Organist Rachel Mahon performs at Bridge Street United Church (60 Bridge St. E., Belleville Ontario) on Tuesday 12 July at 7:30pm as part of the I Feel the Winds music festival, presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. Music by J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, César Franck, and Canadians Rachel Laurin and Healey Willan. Tickets cost $20 and are available at Novel Idea (156 Princess St.), Renaissance Music (1057 Midland Ave., service charge applies), The Church Book Room (90 Johnson St.), St. Georges Cathedral Office (129 Wellington St.), on the festival website, and at the door. Festival passes at $60 are also available. For information, call 613-549-7125 or e-mail info@kingstonfestival2016.ca, or visit www.kingstonfestival2016.ca or www.facebook.com/IFeelTheWinds. The festival runs from July 11 to 14, and will feature internationally recognized artists and will welcome registrants from across Canada and nearby United States. A graduate of the University of Toronto School of Music, Rachel went on to become organ scholar at Truro Cathedral in Cornwall, England, and is now the William and Irene Miller Organ Scholar at St. Pauls Cathedral, London  the first woman to hold any organist post at St. Pauls.
Email: info@kingstonfestival2016.ca
Tel: 613-549-7125
Web Site: http://kingstonfestival2016.ca

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 12, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: One Night Stand by Carol Bolt - Mar 12, 2016 - Mar 12, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Geoff Johnson Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office, 613-5302050, www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door the night of the performance. STUDENTS: $10 Celebrating her birthday, Daisy invites a handsome, charming stranger back to the apartment she shares with Sharon. The consequences are chilling. One Night Stand blurs the lines between perception and reality, making for a truly scary evening. Daisy: Jennifer Verardi Rafe: Dan Vena
Email: www.kingstongrand.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 12, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 12, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 12, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 12, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 12, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 12, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

New York Art Trip 2016 - Mar 12, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016
Where? Midtown Manhattan
Cost: Adult: $610
Description: An art museum bus tour organized every March since 1993 for the Ottawa and Kingston region communities by Walk the Arts (www.walkthearts.com). Visit the Met, the MoMa, the Guggenheim, the Chelsea Galleries and more with a group of like-minded adults and accompanied by an art historian. We offer accommodations in Midtown Manhattan, transportation to all museums on schedule and lots of fun. Price starts at 610$. Space is limited Book now! For more details please call at (800) 611-4789 or email at info@walkthearts.com
Email: info@walkthearts.com
Tel: (800) 611-4789
Web Site: http://www.walkthearts.com/_art_tours/art_tour_new_york.shtml

Concert at St. Georges Cathedral - Nov 12, 2016 - Nov 12, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $20
Description: Organist Michael Capon, Tenor Rene Repique, and Friends perform at St. Georges Cathedral on Saturday November 12 from 3pm to 4pm. The theme of the program is Giving Back, with music for organ, piano, guitar, voice, and others. Admission is $20, with proceeds going to Hospice Kingston. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617.
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts - Jun 12, 2016 - Jun 12, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts presents a special performance by Russian Organist Daniil Protsyuk on Sunday June 12 from 2:30pm to 3:30pm. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit stgeorgescathedral.ca or facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts or call 613-548-4617. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Join us for an hour of great music on the Cathedrals majestic pipe organ!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

Organist Mark McDonald - Jul 12, 2016 - Jul 12, 2016
Where? St. Marys Cathedral (279 Johnson St., Kingston Ontario)
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: 10 Senior: $10
Description: Organist Mark McDonald performs at St. Marys Cathedral (279 Johnson St., Kingston Ontario) on Tuesday 12 July from 2:30pm to 3:30pm as part of the I Feel the Winds music festival, presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. The program will feature the world premiere of Prelude and Toccata No. 2 by John Burge, as well as music by other Kingston Composers: F.R.C. Clarke, David Cameron, Clifford Crawley, Michael Capon, Mark Sirett, and Marjan Mozetich. Tickets cost $10 and are available at Novel Idea (156 Princess St.), Renaissance Music (1057 Midland Ave., service charge applies), The Church Book Room (90 Johnson St.), St. Georges Cathedral Office (129 Wellington St.), on the festival website, and at the door. Festival passes at $60 are also available. For information, call 613-549-7125 or e-mail info@kingstonfestival2016.ca, or visit www.kingstonfestival2016.ca or www.facebook.com/IFeelTheWinds. The festival runs from July 11 to 14, and will feature internationally recognized artists and will welcome registrants from across Canada and nearby United States. Third place winner of the International Arp Schnitger Organ Competition in Bremen, Germany, Mark is currently a doctoral student at McGill Universitys Schulich School of Music. He will perform a program of organ works written by Kingston composers, including his former teacher Dr. David Cameron.
Email: info@kingstonfestival2016.ca
Tel: 613-549-7125
Web Site: http://kingstonfestival2016.ca

Salt-Water Moon - May 12, 2016 - May 12, 2016
Where? The Domino Theatre
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $10 Senior: $15
Description: Salt Water Moon - A love story by David French Wednesday, May 11th at 7pm Thursday, May 12th at 7pm At the Domino Theatre - 52 Church Street Only $15 a ticket!!! - available at the door or ONLINE at Snapd Kingston https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/918338
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 12, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

King Con Costume Dance Party - Mar 12, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016
Where? The Mansion
Cost: Adult: $8
Description: Freakout with your geek out at the King Con Costume Dance Party! Tickets are on sale now at Minotaur and Nexus. $8 ($10 at the door.) Costumes are not manditory, but HIGHLY encouraged. Featuring DJ Vee, Prizes and a Live performance by local artist Treebot. Local puppet gameshow emcee Baron Von Bolts will also be in attendance to keep things moving. This is a party not to be missed!
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/975681205855829/

The Imaginary Theatre Company Presents - Nov 12, 2016 - Nov 12, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall, Queen's Campus
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description:
Email: theimaginarytheatrecompany@gmail.com
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/imaginarytheatrecompany/?fref=ts

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 13, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 13, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 13, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 13, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Chicago- The Musical - Aug 13, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? Baby Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $n/a Senior: $n/a
Description: WINNER of 5 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical 13 other Tony Award Nominations including BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/chicago

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 13, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 13, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 13, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Organ Academy Students - Jul 13, 2016 - Jul 13, 2016
Where? Chalmers United Church (212 Barrie St., Kingston Ontario)
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Students from the summer Organ Academy perform at Chalmers United Church (212 Barrie St., Kingston Ontario) on Wednesday 13 July at 3:30pm as part of the I Feel the Winds music festival, presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. For information, call 613-549-7125 or e-mail info@kingstonfestival2016.ca, or visit www.kingstonfestival2016.ca or www.facebook.com/IFeelTheWinds. The festival runs from July 11 to 14, and will feature internationally recognized artists and will welcome registrants from across Canada and nearby United States. Young and beginner organists immerse themselves in an enriched week of group and private lessons with experienced teachers. This is their opportunity to share their newfound skills with their colleagues and the public.
Email: info@kingstonfestival2016.ca
Tel: 613-549-7125
Web Site: http://kingstonfestival2016.ca

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 13, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 13, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Fright - Oct 13, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 13, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 13, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 13, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Give your loved one a Singing Valentine! - Feb 13, 2016 - Feb 14, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $50
Description: The Kingston Townsmen Quartets will be delivering Singing Valentines on Saturday, February 13, and Sunday February 14 2016. A men's quartet will sing two beautiful love songs in four-part harmony to that special person (e.g: spouse, partner, friend, colleague, family member, etc) at a Kingston location and time of your choice. The recipient will also receive a personalized card, candy and flower- all for $50.00. For reservations or more information, please contact Kingston.Townsmen@gmail.com or call 613-777-8188 . You can also visit our website at http://www.KingstonTownsmen.com or follow us on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/KingstonTownsmen
Email: kingston.townsmen@gmail.com
Tel: 6137778188
Web Site: http://www.kingstontownsmen.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 13, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

New York Art Trip 2016 - Mar 13, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016
Where? Midtown Manhattan
Cost: Adult: $610
Description: An art museum bus tour organized every March since 1993 for the Ottawa and Kingston region communities by Walk the Arts (www.walkthearts.com). Visit the Met, the MoMa, the Guggenheim, the Chelsea Galleries and more with a group of like-minded adults and accompanied by an art historian. We offer accommodations in Midtown Manhattan, transportation to all museums on schedule and lots of fun. Price starts at 610$. Space is limited Book now! For more details please call at (800) 611-4789 or email at info@walkthearts.com
Email: info@walkthearts.com
Tel: (800) 611-4789
Web Site: http://www.walkthearts.com/_art_tours/art_tour_new_york.shtml

Orchestra Kingston presents - Mar 13, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016
Where? Salvation Army Citadel, 816 Centennial Drive, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $25 Senior: $20
Description: Orchestra Kingston presents Masterworks for Orchestra: Classic works by John Williams, Johann Strauss, Dvorak, as well as original new works by Kingston composers--and Orchestra Kingston musicians--John Palmer and Daniel McConnachie. Sunday March 13, at 2:30 pm, at the Salvation Army Citadel, 816 Centennial Drive (at Taylor Kidd). Tickets (available at the door): $25/20. Information: manager@orchestrakingston.ca, 613-634-9312, or visit orchestrakingston.ca
Email: ljs2@queensu.ca
Tel: 6136349312
Web Site: http://orchestrakingston.ca

Organist Isabelle Demers - Jul 13, 2016 - Jul 13, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $20 Senior: $20
Description: Organist Isabelle Demers performs the Godfrey Hewitt Memorial Concert at St. George's Cathedral (270 King St. E., Kingston Ontario) on Wednesday 13 July at 8pm as part of the I Feel the Winds music festival, presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. The program will feature the world premiere of Descent-Ascent by Kingston composer Marjan Mozetich, as well as music by William Walton, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, J.S. Bach, and Canadian Rachel Laurin. Tickets cost $20 and are available at Novel Idea (156 Princess St.), Renaissance Music (1057 Midland Ave., service charge applies), The Church Book Room (90 Johnson St.), St. Georges Cathedral Office (129 Wellington St.), on the festival website, and at the door. Festival passes at $60 are also available. For information, call 613-549-7125 or e-mail info@kingstonfestival2016.ca, or visit www.kingstonfestival2016.ca or www.facebook.com/IFeelTheWinds. The festival runs from July 11 to 14, and will feature internationally recognized artists and will welcome registrants from across Canada and nearby United States. A graduate of the Montreal Conservatory and Juilliard, she is Organ Professor and Head of the Organ Program at Baylor University in Texas. Her performance at the 2010 national convention of the American Guild of Organists was deemed one of the most outstanding events of the convention.
Email: info@kingstonfestival2016.ca
Tel: 613-549-7125
Web Site: http://kingstonfestival2016.ca

A Princess Story - based on Princess Bride - May 13, 2016 - May 14, 2016
Where? The Domino Theatre
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: A Princess Story - based on The Princess Bride At the Domino Theatre - 52 Church Street This refreshing spring performance has original music, a witty script and an exceptional cast. Friday, May 13th - 7pm Saturday, May 14th - 2pm and 7pm Only $10 for tickets - available at the door or ONLINE at Snapd Kingston https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/918337
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com/performances.php

The Kick & Push Festival - Aug 13, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

King Con Costume Dance Party - Mar 13, 2016 - Mar 13, 2016
Where? The Mansion
Cost: Adult: $8
Description: Freakout with your geek out at the King Con Costume Dance Party! Tickets are on sale now at Minotaur and Nexus. $8 ($10 at the door.) Costumes are not manditory, but HIGHLY encouraged. Featuring DJ Vee, Prizes and a Live performance by local artist Treebot. Local puppet gameshow emcee Baron Von Bolts will also be in attendance to keep things moving. This is a party not to be missed!
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/975681205855829/

A Song for Syria - Feb 13, 2016 - Feb 13, 2016
Where? The Octave Theatre, 711 Dalton Avenue
Cost: Adult: $35.00
Description: Fundraising concert to help resettle a Syrian family in Kingston Performances by: Kris+Dee Eccentric Vocal Ensemble (EVE) Jones & Alysworth Kyoko Ogoda Divas, Duets & Quartets
Email: caroler99@gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.freshstartforrefugees.ca

A Song for Syria - Feb 13, 2016 - Feb 13, 2016
Where? The Octave Theatre, 711 Dalton Avenue
Cost: Adult: $35.00
Description: Fundraising Concert to help resettle a Syrian family in Kingston. Hosted by Fresh Start for Refugees in partnership with the Anglican Diocese of Ontario (DOORS). Performances by: Kris+Dee; Eccentric Vocal Ensemble (EVE); Jones & Aylesworth; Kyoko Ogoda; Divas, Duets & Quartets. All performers have donated their time and talent in support of this event. LOCATION: THE OCTAVE THEATRE, 711 DALTON AVENUE, KINGSTON. Tickets available online at www.centreculturelfrontenac.com
Email: caroler99@gmail.com
Tel: 746-530-2364
Web Site: http://www.facebook.com/freshstartforrefugees

Merrickville's Jazz Festival - Oct 13, 2016 - Oct 16, 2016
Where? Various restaURANTS AND CHURCHES IN mERRICKVILLE
Cost: Adult: $20
Description: The artists for Merrickvilles Jazz Fest (MJF) 2016 have now been confirmed and notified. There is a wonderful programme this year. Musicians will perform at the many churches, restaurants and the Legion in the historic village of Merrickville. The programme promises different gendreaus of music to meet the satisfaction of all music lovers. A wonderful weekend is promised to all who come for a day or for the weekend.
Email: merrijaz@gmail.com
Tel: 613-290-0028
Web Site: http://WWW.MERRICKVILLESJAZZFEST.COM

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 14, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 14, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 14, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 14, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Dance with the Brian Pickell Band - Oct 14, 2016 - Oct 14, 2016
Where? Amherst Island Community Centre 5955 Front Rd. Stella ON K0H 2S0
Cost: Adult: $15
Description: Join us for A Dance Friday, October 14, 2016 7:00 pm  1:00 am Amherst Island Community Centre 5955 Front Road Stella Try Contra Dancing  a traditional dance similar to Square Dancing only done in parallel lines! Featuring the Traditional celtic music of& The Brian Pickell Band Tickets $15.00 per person CASH BAR, 50/50 Draw, and Raffle Light Midnight Lunch Pulled together by the magnetic, globe-trotting compositions of Brian Pickell(presented with the Tradition Bearer Award at the 2012 Goderich Celtic Roots Festival) and a love of traditional music, the group is both stunningly musical and energizing. The band combines the talents of Shane Cook (presented with the Young Tradition Award at the 2012 Goderich Celtic Roots Festival), multiple winner of the Canadian Open and Grand Masters Fiddle Contests and the American Grand National; revered Ottawa multi-instrumentalist James Stephens on fiddle, mandolin, bass and viola; and Pat OGorman, an admired mainstay of the Canadian music scene, on flute, whistles and pipes. Julie Schryer is widely considered to be one of the finest piano accompanists in Canada, and Brian is an accomplished composer, guitarist, and banjo and mandolin player. Together, they are a musical force of nature. The material ranges from driving and raucous to warm and lyrical. Although all the players possess impressive individual skills, this effort is very much about the great joy of playing together. www.brianpickell.com For tickets call 613-389-1005, email protectai@kos.net, or purchase on-line at www.eventbrite.ca (search for Dance Brian Pickell) Amherst Island Ferry leaves the mainland on the half hour (6:30, 7:30 ) and returns on the hour (11:00 pm, midnight and 1:00 am). Leave your car on the mainland and walk onto the ferry. Walk straight south to the stop sign, turn right and you can see the community centre about 200 m on the left. This event is presented by the Association to Protect Amherst Island and supports the APAI Legal Fund
Email: lornawillis4@gmail.com
Tel: 613-389-1005
Web Site: http://www.eventbrite.com

CHRIS MURPHY PERFORMING | Syrian Journey of Hope Fundraiser - May 14, 2016 - May 14, 2016
Where? Bayridge Alliance Church, 825 Gardiners Rd
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: Enjoy coffee, tea and desserts and an evening of folk and celtic music by one of Kingstons most accomplished musicians, singer songwriter and storyteller Chris Murphy. Live and silent auction (cash and cheques only), and goodwill offering. Event takes place at Bayridge Alliance Church, 825 Gardiners Rd., Kingston. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased (cash or cheque only) at the following locations in Kingston: Limestone Music, the Church Bookroom, Roundstone, and Pots and Plants. North of Kingston: Trousdales General Store and Perth Road Village Store. All proceeds will go towards sponsoring a Syrian refugee family to come to Kingston. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Entertainment begins at 7:00pm. For more information contact Katie at Bayridge Alliance Church 613-389-9060.
Email: production@bayridgealliance.org
Tel: 613.389.9060
Web Site: http://https://refugeesponsorship.org/

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 14, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 14, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 14, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 14, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 14, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 14, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 14, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 14, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 14, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 14, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Organist Felix Hell - Jul 14, 2016 - Jul 14, 2016
Where? Isabel Bader Centre (390 King St. W., Kingston Ontario)
Cost: Adult: $30 Child: $30 Senior: $30
Description: Organist Felix Hell performs the Mervin Mowry Costigan Memorial Concert at the Isabel Bader Centre (390 King St. W., Kingston Ontario) on Thursday 14 July at 8pm as the closing concert of the I Feel the Winds music festival, presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. Music by J.S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, and Franz Liszt. Tickets cost $30 and are available at Novel Idea (156 Princess St.), Renaissance Music (1057 Midland Ave., service charge applies), The Church Book Room (90 Johnson St.), St. Georges Cathedral Office (129 Wellington St.), on the festival website, and at the door. Festival passes at $60 are also available. For information, call 613-549-7125 or e-mail info@kingstonfestival2016.ca, or visit www.kingstonfestival2016.ca or www.facebook.com/IFeelTheWinds. The festival runs from July 11 to 14, and will feature internationally recognized artists and will welcome registrants from across Canada and nearby United States. This young German concert organist has been described as undoubtedly one of the major talents of the century. Born in 1985, he has had an active concert career since the age of nine, performing the complete works of Bach at age 21 and the complete works of Mendelssohn at age 24.
Email: info@kingstonfestival2016.ca
Tel: 613-549-7125
Web Site: http://kingstonfestival2016.ca

Queen's Homecoming Showcase Concert - Oct 14, 2016 - Oct 14, 2016
Where? Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Concert Hall
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $7 Senior: $7
Description: Join our faculty, students and alumni as we celebrate SHOWCASE as an official Homecoming event. Performances by the Choral Ensemble, the Symphony Orchestra, the Jazz Ensemble, the Wind Ensemble, and Polyhymnia Ensemble. Students within the Dan School of Drama and Music will lead the audience in a performance of the
Email: info.danschool@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2066
Web Site: http://sdm.queensu.ca

Give your loved one a Singing Valentine! - Feb 14, 2016 - Feb 14, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $50
Description: The Kingston Townsmen Quartets will be delivering Singing Valentines on Saturday, February 13, and Sunday February 14 2016. A men's quartet will sing two beautiful love songs in four-part harmony to that special person (e.g: spouse, partner, friend, colleague, family member, etc) at a Kingston location and time of your choice. The recipient will also receive a personalized card, candy and flower- all for $50.00. For reservations or more information, please contact Kingston.Townsmen@gmail.com or call 613-777-8188 . You can also visit our website at http://www.KingstonTownsmen.com or follow us on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/KingstonTownsmen
Email: kingston.townsmen@gmail.com
Tel: 6137778188
Web Site: http://www.kingstontownsmen.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 14, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Valentine's Dance Party - Feb 14, 2016 - Feb 14, 2016
Where? Montes @ 200 Ontario Street (inside Tir Nan Og)
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: Dance with your sweetheart for Valentine's Day with Aylesworth, Pike & Jones at Montes in Tir Nan Og (corner of Ontario and Clarence) from 7-11pm. Tickets are $10 per person or $15 per couple.
Email: craig@craigjones.ca
Tel: 613.546.6266

Organist Patrick Wedd - Jul 14, 2016 - Jul 14, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Organist Patrick Wedd performs at St. Georges Cathedral (270 King St. E., Kingston Ontario) on Thursday 14 July from 2:30pm to 3:15pm as part of the I Feel the Winds music festival, presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. The all-Canadian program will feature music by Healey Willan, Alain Gagnon, Denis Bedard, and Ernest MacMillan. The short concert will be followed by the College Service at 3:30pm, featuring the Men and Boys Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa, directed by Matthew Larkin Director and accompanied by Patrick Wedd. The service will feature the world premiere of Prelude and Toccata No. 1 by Kingston composer John Burge, as well as choral music by James MacMillan, Herbert Howells, and Matthew Larkin. Admission is free with a voluntary offering collected. For information, call 613-549-7125 or e-mail info@kingstonfestival2016.ca, or visit www.kingstonfestival2016.ca or www.facebook.com/IFeelTheWinds. The festival runs from July 11 to 14, and will feature internationally recognized artists and will welcome registrants from across Canada and nearby United States. Organ performer, Cathedral organist, composer, broadcaster, former Artistic Director of the acclaimed Tudor Singers and now Founder/Director of the choral ensemble Musica Orbium, his program will focus on music by Canadian and transplanted Canadian composers.
Email: info@kingstonfestival2016.ca
Tel: 613-549-7125
Web Site: http://kingstonfestival2016.ca

St. Georges Cathedral Teen Choir - Sep 14, 2016 - Sep 14, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The Teen Choir of St. Georges Cathedral is beginning a new season, and welcomes singers and instrumentalists aged 13 to 18. They rehearse Wednesdays from 5:45pm to 6:45pm, and sing once a month on Sundays. There is no membership fee. Contact the director, Alana Sargeant, at alana.sargeant@gmail.com or 613-331-3166. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca/index.cfm/music. Come sing with us!
Email: alana.sargeant@gmail.com
Tel: 613-331-3166
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

A Princess Story - based on Princess Bride - May 14, 2016 - May 14, 2016
Where? The Domino Theatre
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: A Princess Story - based on The Princess Bride At the Domino Theatre - 52 Church Street This refreshing spring performance has original music, a witty script and an exceptional cast. Friday, May 13th - 7pm Saturday, May 14th - 2pm and 7pm Only $10 for tickets - available at the door or ONLINE at Snapd Kingston https://kingston.snapd.com/#/events/view/918337
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com/performances.php

Sleeping Beauty-The Pantomime - Dec 14, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Queen's Theological Hall, Queen's University
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12 Senior: $22
Description: Join us as we tell the magical tale of two kingdoms  Fife and Drum  their ongoing rivalry and the curse that has been laid upon them both. Featuring evil curses, dastardly villains, princes and princesses and... the Eiffel Tower?! Will a handsome young prince be able to save our protagonists and help them live happily ever after? Featuring everything you love about pantomimes - dazzling costumes, stunning sets, mischievous fun and musical numbers that will excite the whole family. Family rates $60.00(2 adults & up to 3 children) Evening performances 7:00 pm and Saturday Matinees 1:30 pm
Tel: 613-583-7529
Web Site: http://www.kingstownplayers.com

Frontenac Women's Chorus presents The Earth, the Stars, and the Ocean Sea - May 14, 2016 - May 14, 2016
Where? Trinity United Church, 6689 Road 38, Verona, ON K0H 2W0
Cost:
Description: The Frontenac Women's Chorus presents The Earth, the Stars, and the Ocean Sea (so basically everything!) with special guests Jan LeClair, Mara Shaw, and Amanda Pulling. Saturday May 14 at 7:30 pm at Trinity United Church, Verona. Admission is by free will donation plus a foodbank item. Refreshments will be served following the concert.

Merrickville's Jazz Festival - Oct 14, 2016 - Oct 16, 2016
Where? Various restaURANTS AND CHURCHES IN mERRICKVILLE
Cost: Adult: $20
Description: The artists for Merrickvilles Jazz Fest (MJF) 2016 have now been confirmed and notified. There is a wonderful programme this year. Musicians will perform at the many churches, restaurants and the Legion in the historic village of Merrickville. The programme promises different gendreaus of music to meet the satisfaction of all music lovers. A wonderful weekend is promised to all who come for a day or for the weekend.
Email: merrijaz@gmail.com
Tel: 613-290-0028
Web Site: http://WWW.MERRICKVILLESJAZZFEST.COM

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 15, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Curatorial Tour: - Oct 15, 2016 - Oct 15, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Co-curators Alicia Boutilier and Deirdre Bryden reveal the fascinating stories behind the university acquisition of objects that eventually made their way to the Agnes or the Archives. For more information please see Treasures and Tales. Tour is free; no registration is necessary.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/tour-treasures-and-tales/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 15, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 15, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 15, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 15, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 15, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 15, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 15, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 15, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 15, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 15, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 15, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 15, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 15, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Divas, Duets and Quartets - Mar 15, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre, Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $25
Description: DIVAS, DUETS and QUARTETS A Musical Cabaret Director: Anne Marie Mortensen Music Director: Darrell Bryan Starring: Shawn Barber Darrell Bryan Isabella Cusano Hannah Smith Andrew Stewart Back by popular demand! Our cabaret was a smash last year and we are thrilled to be able to bring you this outstanding lineup once again, with a few new pieces from your favourite Broadway shows. Offered to you in the true tradition of cabaret - grab yourself a drink, grab yourself a table and enjoy these marvellous songs and a great night of entertainment. There is something for everyone-terrific songs, a little humour, beautiful harmonies and some of the most outstanding vocalists in the city. Performing in the Baby Grand Theatre, within the Grand Theatre
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://http://kingstongrand.ca/event/divas-duets-quartets-cabaret

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 15, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Theatre Organist Dave Wickerham - Jul 15, 2016 - Jul 15, 2016
Where? Kingston Korean Church (89 Kirkpatrick St., Kingston Ontario)
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $8 Senior: $20
Description: Theatre Organist Dave Wickerham performs on Canadas largest theatre organ, presented by the Kingston Theatre Organ Society, at the Kingston Korean Church (89 Kirkpatrick St., Kingston Ontario) on Friday 15 July at 7:30pm as a post-festival event of the I Feel the Winds music festival, presented by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. Tickets cost $25 (adults), $20 (seniors), and $8 (students), and are available by calling 613-386-7295 or at the door. For information, visit www.ktos.ca. Playing his first theatre organ at age ten, he went on to pursue classical organ studies for six years at the University of Arizona. Dave has held positions all over the US as staff organist at various pizza restaurants and given concerts in Australia. He will be performing on Canadas largest theatre organ.
Email: info@kingstonfestival2016.ca
Tel: 613-386-7295
Web Site: http://www.ktos.ca

Melos presents Pilgrimage: Iberian Crossroads - Oct 15, 2016 - Oct 15, 2016
Where? St George's Cathedral, 270 King Street East, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $5 Senior: $20
Description: Melos' Pilgrimage: The Iberian Crossroads invites you to travel the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, with an illustrated talk by architectural historian Dr. Peter Coffman. With his award-winning photography of ancient places along the pilgrimage routes, you will hear Moorish influences in the medieval music of pilgrimages, and revel in the music of the Spanish Renaissance, performed by the Melos Choir, soli, and instrumentalists. Saturday October 15, 7:30 pm, at St George's Cathedral, 270 King Street East (at Johnson). Tickets $25/22/15/5. Information: holly.gwynnetimothy@gmail.com, 613-767-7245, or our NEW website melos-earlymusic.org.
Email: holly.gwynnetimothy@gmail.com
Tel: 613-767-7245
Web Site: http://melos-earlymusic.org

Children/Teen Choir Concert and High Tea - May 15, 2016 - May 15, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral Great Hall, 129 Wellington St. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The St. Georges Cathedral Childrens Choir, directed by Michael Capon, and the Teen Choir, directed by Alana Sargeant, will perform a concert on Sunday May 15 at 5pm in the Cathedral Great Hall. High Tea will be served starting at 4pm. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected in support of the Choir program. The Great Hall is at 129 Wellington St. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit stgeorgescathedral.ca/index.cfm/music/concerts or facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts.
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

St. Georges Cathedral Advent Concerts - Dec 15, 2016 - Dec 15, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: St. Georges Cathedral Advent Concerts conclude on Thursday December 15 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with a performance by Piano Duo Valery Lloyd-Watts & Clare Gordon. Music by Brahms, Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, and Bizet. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

Melos presents Pilgrimage: Iberian Crossroads - Oct 15, 2016 - Oct 15, 2016
Where? St. George's Cathedral, 270 King Street East, Kingston K7L 3B1
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $5 Senior: $22
Description: Melos' Pilgrimage: The Iberian Crossroads invites you to travel the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, with an illustrated talk by architectural historian Dr. Peter Coffman. With his award-winning photography of ancient places along the pilgrimage routes, you will hear Moorish influences in the medieval music of pilgrimages, and revel in the music of the Spanish Renaissance, performed by the Melos Choir, soli, and instrumentalists. Saturday October 15, 7:30 pm, at St George's Cathedral, 270 King Street East (at Johnson). Tickets $25/22/15/5. Information: holly.gwynnetimothy@gmail.com, 613-767-7245, or our NEW website melos-earlymusic.org.
Email: ljs2@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-634-9312
Web Site: http://melos-earlymusic.org

The Kick & Push Festival - Jul 15, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Sleeping Beauty-The Pantomime - Dec 15, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Queen's Theological Hall, Queen's University
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12 Senior: $22
Description: Join us as we tell the magical tale of two kingdoms  Fife and Drum  their ongoing rivalry and the curse that has been laid upon them both. Featuring evil curses, dastardly villains, princes and princesses and... the Eiffel Tower?! Will a handsome young prince be able to save our protagonists and help them live happily ever after? Featuring everything you love about pantomimes - dazzling costumes, stunning sets, mischievous fun and musical numbers that will excite the whole family. Family rates $60.00(2 adults & up to 3 children) Evening performances 7:00 pm and Saturday Matinees 1:30 pm
Tel: 613-583-7529
Web Site: http://www.kingstownplayers.com

Merrickville's Jazz Festival - Oct 15, 2016 - Oct 16, 2016
Where? Various restaURANTS AND CHURCHES IN mERRICKVILLE
Cost: Adult: $20
Description: The artists for Merrickvilles Jazz Fest (MJF) 2016 have now been confirmed and notified. There is a wonderful programme this year. Musicians will perform at the many churches, restaurants and the Legion in the historic village of Merrickville. The programme promises different gendreaus of music to meet the satisfaction of all music lovers. A wonderful weekend is promised to all who come for a day or for the weekend.
Email: merrijaz@gmail.com
Tel: 613-290-0028
Web Site: http://WWW.MERRICKVILLESJAZZFEST.COM

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 16, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 16, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 16, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 16, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Bellevue House Whisky Tasting - Jul 16, 2016 - Jul 16, 2016
Where? Bellevue House National Historic Site/Lieu historique national de la Villa Bellevue
Cost: Adult: $60 Child: N/A Senior:
Description: A special Whisky Tasting Event at Bellevue House National Historic Site, home of Canada's first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. Enjoy Wee Drams served in special crystal sampling glasses imported from Scotland. Sylvain Bouffard will guide your senses through whisky tasting and food pairing, learn about whisky making, and explore techniques of whisky sampling at Bellevue House, restored to the 1840's time period. Saturday, July 16th, 2016, at 4pm-6pm and 7pm-9pm $60 per person (plus HST) Information and Reservation: 613-545-8666 parkscanada.gc.ca/bellevue parcscanada.gc.ca/bellevue Dégustation de whisky Portions servies dans des verres de dégustation spéciaux importés d'Écosse. Laissez Sylvain Bouffard guider vos sens lors d'une dégustation de whisky en accord avec différents mets. Apprenez-en davantage sur la fabrication du whisky et sur les techniques de dégustation de cette boisson. Samedi le 16 juillet, 2016, de 16 h à 18 h et de 19 h à 21 h. 60$ par personne (TVH en sus) Information and Reservation: 613-545-8666 parkscanada.gc.ca/bellevue parcscanada.gc.ca/bellevue
Email: Bellevue.House@pc.gc.ca
Tel: 6135458666

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 16, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 16, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 16, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 16, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 16, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 16, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 16, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 16, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 16, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 16, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Divas, Duets and Quartets - Mar 16, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre, Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $25
Description: DIVAS, DUETS and QUARTETS A Musical Cabaret Director: Anne Marie Mortensen Music Director: Darrell Bryan Starring: Shawn Barber Darrell Bryan Isabella Cusano Hannah Smith Andrew Stewart Back by popular demand! Our cabaret was a smash last year and we are thrilled to be able to bring you this outstanding lineup once again, with a few new pieces from your favourite Broadway shows. Offered to you in the true tradition of cabaret - grab yourself a drink, grab yourself a table and enjoy these marvellous songs and a great night of entertainment. There is something for everyone-terrific songs, a little humour, beautiful harmonies and some of the most outstanding vocalists in the city. Performing in the Baby Grand Theatre, within the Grand Theatre
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://http://kingstongrand.ca/event/divas-duets-quartets-cabaret

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 16, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Limestone City Fight Night - Apr 16, 2016 - Apr 16, 2016
Where? Kingston Memorial Centre
Cost: Adult: $25.00
Description: Live Muay Thai and K1 Kickboxing. Hayabusa Academy will be hosting this exciting kickboxing event for the first time in Kingston. Come out and support local fighters as they step into the ring and put it on the line. Contact Hayabusa Academy for more details and to purchase tickets. $25.00 per person in advance $30.00 per person at the door
Email: info@hayabusa-academy.com
Tel: 613-56-3183
Web Site: http://www.hayabusa-academy.com

King Trilogy Festival - Apr 16, 2016 - Apr 16, 2016
Where? Napanee Lions Hall, 57 Cnty Rd 8, Napanee, ON
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $35 Senior: $35
Description: King Trilogy Festival 11 + Elvis Tribute Artists competing Audience votes for winners Performances by Matt Cage (Elvis), Brent Freemen (Buddy Holly) & 11 year old Connor Russo (Elvis Tribute Artist) Cash Bar and Food Available VIP $50 Gen Ad $35 ($5.00 more at the door Doors open at 1 pm - Entertainment from 2pm - 10pm +
Email: kimmettl@gmail.com
Tel: 6133543056
Web Site: http://kingattractions.com

St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts - Jun 16, 2016 - Jun 16, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts begin on Thursday June 16 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with piano duo Julia Brook and Valerie Dueck performing. The series will continue every Thursday through August 25. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit stgeorgescathedral.ca or facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude! St. Georges Cathedral is a remarkable heritage building with outstanding acoustics. The Summer Concert Series has been delighting Kingstonians for over 20 years. These popular concerts give working people, locals, and visitors the opportunity to enjoy top-quality music over the lunch hour.
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

O Christmas Tree - Dec 16, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Sydenham Street United Church
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $17 Senior: $20
Description: Thrill to the magnificent sounds of the Cantabile Choirs in their holiday concerts that usher in the festive season in Kingston. Three performances: Friday Dec. 16 at 7:30, sat. Dec. 17 Matinee at 2:00 and Evening at 7:30. Favorite carols and holiday songs in the magic of candle-light
Email: info@cantabilechoirs.net
Tel: (613) 549-0099
Web Site: http://www.cantabilechoirs.ca

The Kick & Push Festival - Jul 16, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Sleeping Beauty-The Pantomime - Dec 16, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Queen's Theological Hall, Queen's University
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12 Senior: $22
Description: Join us as we tell the magical tale of two kingdoms  Fife and Drum  their ongoing rivalry and the curse that has been laid upon them both. Featuring evil curses, dastardly villains, princes and princesses and... the Eiffel Tower?! Will a handsome young prince be able to save our protagonists and help them live happily ever after? Featuring everything you love about pantomimes - dazzling costumes, stunning sets, mischievous fun and musical numbers that will excite the whole family. Family rates $60.00(2 adults & up to 3 children) Evening performances 7:00 pm and Saturday Matinees 1:30 pm
Tel: 613-583-7529
Web Site: http://www.kingstownplayers.com

Merrickville's Jazz Festival - Oct 16, 2016 - Oct 16, 2016
Where? Various restaURANTS AND CHURCHES IN mERRICKVILLE
Cost: Adult: $20
Description: The artists for Merrickvilles Jazz Fest (MJF) 2016 have now been confirmed and notified. There is a wonderful programme this year. Musicians will perform at the many churches, restaurants and the Legion in the historic village of Merrickville. The programme promises different gendreaus of music to meet the satisfaction of all music lovers. A wonderful weekend is promised to all who come for a day or for the weekend.
Email: merrijaz@gmail.com
Tel: 613-290-0028
Web Site: http://WWW.MERRICKVILLESJAZZFEST.COM

Mudmoiselle! - Sep 17, 2016 - Sep 17, 2016
Where? 1745 Woodbine Road, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $50 Child: $20
Description: Come join the Canadian Cancer Society in the Mud this September for their second annual Mudmoiselle - a 5km Ladies Mud and Obstacle Run. Register online at www.mudmoiselle.ca. Cost is $50 up until September 1st, and $75 until event day. Entries can be individual or team. Also new this year is our Mini Mudder! This is a co-ed obstacle course for kids 5-14 to also participate in the same time and day that the main Mudmoiselle is occurring. $20 preregister, $25 event day. Lots of fun, prizes, food and entertainment!! Come join us in fighting Cancer in the dirt! Register online or call our office at (613) 384-2361 if you have any questions.
Email: Georgina.Pollard@ontario.cancer.ca
Tel: (613)384-2361
Web Site: http://www.mudmoiselle.ca

picket fences - Sep 17, 2016 - Sep 18, 2016
Where? 515 days road kingston ontario
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Picket fences will be performing at little Texas roadhouse bar and grill on Sept 17 they are a classic rock/ country band
Email: postmichelle6@gmail.com

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 17, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 17, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

INSIDE AGNES: Musical performance by May Ng - Apr 17, 2016 - Apr 17, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: Curator of Canadian Historical Art Alicia Boutilier presents a recently acquired work by Jean-Paul Lemieux, a fascinating commissioned pair of paintings, and discusses the artists practice, in the David McTavish Art Study Room. Note that the Agness galleries are closed for exhibition turnover 12 through 29 April 2016.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/inside-agnes-may-ng/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 17, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 17, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 17, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 17, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 17, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Taylor Donaldson's Big Band Christmas! - Dec 17, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Cooke's Portsmouth United Church, 200 Norman Rogers Dr.
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $10 Senior: $25
Description: BrassWerks Presents: Taylor Donaldsons Big Band Christmas! Join Taylor's Montreal jazz band for a special holiday concert in Kingston, at Cooke's Portsmouth United Church, Saturday Dec. 17 at 7:30pm. Seasonal favourites, selections from Duke Ellingtons Nutcracker Suite, carols, and more! Tickets: $25.00 / $10.00 Students - Available at the door
Email: taylordonaldsonoctet@gmail.com
Tel: (613) 542-4545
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1090412781078020/

Domino Theatre presents: It's A Wonderful Life by James W. Rodgers - Dec 17, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Thurs., Fri., Sat., nights. Christmas matinee: Sat. Dec. 17, 2:00 p.m. Tickets available at the Grand Theatre box office: 613-530-2050, online at: www.kingstongrand.ca or at the Domino Theatre door performance night. directed by Kevin Tanner The saga of George Bailey, the Everyman from the small town of Bedford Falls, whose dreams of escape and adventure have been quashed by family obligation and civic duty, whose guardian angel has to descend on Christmas Eve to save him from despair and to remind him, by showing him what the world would have been like had he never been born, that his has been, after all, a wonderful life.
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 17, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 17, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 17, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 17, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 17, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 17, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Limestone City Tattoo and Arts Festival - Sep 17, 2016 - Sep 18, 2016
Where? Four Points by Sheraton, 285 King Street East, Kingston, ON. Canada
Cost:
Description: Tattooing has long been a part of Kingstons cultural landscape; from the classic street shops to todays private custom studios. Kingston, Ontario is a vibrant waterfront city, with an engaged community of tattoo enthusiasts, artisans, students, military personnel and patrons of art and culture  making it the ideal backdrop for the Limestone CityTattoo and Arts Festival. We are proud of our home, and want to give artists and patrons alike the opportunity to experience what our city has to offer. The inaugural Limestone City Tattoo and Arts Festival will be held on September 17th and 18th, 2016 at the Four Points by Sheraton, steps away from Lake Ontario in beautiful downtown Kingston. The festival itself will be an intimate event featuring 40 tattoo artists representing Canada, the USA and beyond. As there is limited space, the attending artists have been personally invited by the show creators. Each artist will bring a different style and flavour of tattooing to the convention, making for an eclectic group of artists, all available to create personalized tattoos for those hoping to acquire some unique body-art. There will be a variety of vendors as well, offering artwork and tattoo culture-related products for purchase during the weekend. The convention will include two days of tattooing open to the public accompanied by organized events, entertainment and after-show parties for artists and patrons alike.
Email: limestonetattoofestival@gmail.com
Web Site: http://limestonetattoofestival.com/

Divas, Duets and Quartets - Mar 17, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre, Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $25
Description: DIVAS, DUETS and QUARTETS A Musical Cabaret Director: Anne Marie Mortensen Music Director: Darrell Bryan Starring: Shawn Barber Darrell Bryan Isabella Cusano Hannah Smith Andrew Stewart Back by popular demand! Our cabaret was a smash last year and we are thrilled to be able to bring you this outstanding lineup once again, with a few new pieces from your favourite Broadway shows. Offered to you in the true tradition of cabaret - grab yourself a drink, grab yourself a table and enjoy these marvellous songs and a great night of entertainment. There is something for everyone-terrific songs, a little humour, beautiful harmonies and some of the most outstanding vocalists in the city. Performing in the Baby Grand Theatre, within the Grand Theatre
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://http://kingstongrand.ca/event/divas-duets-quartets-cabaret

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 17, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

O Christmas Tree - Dec 17, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? Sydenham Street United Church
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $17 Senior: $20
Description: Thrill to the magnificent sounds of the Cantabile Choirs in their holiday concerts that usher in the festive season in Kingston. Three performances: Friday Dec. 16 at 7:30, sat. Dec. 17 Matinee at 2:00 and Evening at 7:30. Favorite carols and holiday songs in the magic of candle-light
Email: info@cantabilechoirs.net
Tel: (613) 549-0099
Web Site: http://www.cantabilechoirs.ca

The Kick & Push Festival - Jul 17, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Commonplace Theatre Presents Gruesome Playground Injuries - Mar 17, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? The H'Art Centre, 237 Wellington St Kingston
Cost: Adult: $12
Description: Rajiv Josephs Gruesome Playground Injuries offers its audience fleeting glimpses into the calamitous lives of Doug and Kayleen, childhood friends whose connection is both sparked and kept alive by the physical ailments they continuously suffer. Upon meeting at the age of eight, each finds familiarity and comfort in the others pathology. Doug is a daredevil with a penchant for self-destruction, while Kayleen is a healer whose body and mind continually reject her. They end up forming a life-long bond that, for better or worse, etches itself into their hearts. Told through a series of poignant, funny and sardonic sketches, separated by vast jumps in time, GPI follows Doug and Kayleen as they traverse their lives, always one beat out of step with the other. A tale of loose endings and near beginnings, the consolations of self-destruction and the fear of intimacy, this show asks of its audience members to reflect on why we so often hurt ourselves as well as those we love the most.
Email: commonplacetheatre@gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.commonplacetheatre.com

Commonplace Theatre Presents Gruesome Playground Injuries - Mar 17, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? The H'Art Centre, 237 Wellington St Kingston
Cost: Adult: $12
Description: commonplacetheatre is thrilled to present a powerful rendering of Rajiv Josephs play Gruesome Playground Injuries. The show will run for a total of four performances over the March 17th  19th weekend and will be presented in The Box inside The HArt Centre. Rajiv Josephs Gruesome Playground Injuries offers its audience fleeting glimpses into the calamitous lives of Doug and Kayleen, childhood friends whose connection is both sparked and kept alive by the physical ailments they continuously suffer. Upon meeting at the age of eight, each finds familiarity and comfort in the others pathology. Doug is a daredevil with a penchant for self-destruction, while Kayleen is a healer whose body and mind continually reject her. They end up forming a life-long bond that, for better or worse, etches itself into their hearts. Told through a series of poignant, funny and sardonic sketches, separated by vast jumps in time, GPI follows Doug and Kayleen as they traverse their lives, always one beat out of step with the other. A tale of loose endings and near beginnings, the consolations of self-destruction and the fear of intimacy, this show asks of its audience members to reflect on why we so often hurt ourselves as well as those we love the most.
Email: commonplacetheatre@gmail.com
Tel: (613) 545-1392
Web Site: http://www.commonplacetheatre.com

9 to 5: the Musical - Nov 17, 2016 - Nov 27, 2016
Where? The Octave Theatre - 711 Dalton Avenue, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $22
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present Dolly Parton's hilarious musical,
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Sleeping Beauty-The Pantomime - Dec 17, 2016 - Dec 17, 2016
Where? The Rotunda Theatre, Queen's Theological Hall, Queen's University
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12 Senior: $22
Description: Join us as we tell the magical tale of two kingdoms  Fife and Drum  their ongoing rivalry and the curse that has been laid upon them both. Featuring evil curses, dastardly villains, princes and princesses and... the Eiffel Tower?! Will a handsome young prince be able to save our protagonists and help them live happily ever after? Featuring everything you love about pantomimes - dazzling costumes, stunning sets, mischievous fun and musical numbers that will excite the whole family. Family rates $60.00(2 adults & up to 3 children) Evening performances 7:00 pm and Saturday Matinees 1:30 pm
Tel: 613-583-7529
Web Site: http://www.kingstownplayers.com

Tyler Shaw Live In Concert - Jun 18, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? 321 Front Street, Belleville, Ontario
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $20 Senior: $20
Description: As a fundraiser for her journey to Miss Teenage Canada and Free The Children, Miss Teenage South Central Ontario is hosting a fundraiser concert. The concert opens with The Performance Dancetroop of Ireland Academy of Dance, and Dustin Bird, and is headlined by Tyler Shaw. Coquitlam, BC native, Tyler Shaw, truly burst on to the Canadian music scene in 2013 with his first infectious pop single, Kiss Goodnight. That track is now certified Platinum and spent an impressive 22 weeks in the Top Ten at Canadian radio. His next smash single, House of Cards quickly reached Gold and was featured on Tylers debut album Yesterday, released September, 2015. Continuing his rise to fame, in 2014 Tyler was nominated for a JUNO Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year. This spring, Tyler joins Selena Gomez on select dates on the Canadian leg of her Revival World Tour. üüü
Email: missteenagesouthcentralontario2016@hotmail.com
Tel: (613) 969-0099
Web Site: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/tyler-shaw-live-in-concert- tickets-24976381028?ref=estw

picket fences - Sep 18, 2016 - Sep 18, 2016
Where? 515 days road kingston ontario
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Picket fences will be performing at little Texas roadhouse bar and grill on Sept 17 they are a classic rock/ country band
Email: postmichelle6@gmail.com

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 18, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 18, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Doors Open - Jun 18, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: As part of Kingstons annual Doors Open event, we offer extended hours. Community Docents will be on hand to offer informal talks in all exhibitions and in Etherington House. Younger visitors and accompanying adults can enjoy a family-friendly drop-in art-making project in the André Biéler Studio.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/doors-open/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 18, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 18, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 18, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 18, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 18, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: Calendar Girls by Tim Firth - Jun 18, 2016 - Jun 18, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Directed by Penny Nash When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 18, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 18, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 18, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 18, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 18, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Limestone City Tattoo and Arts Festival - Sep 18, 2016 - Sep 18, 2016
Where? Four Points by Sheraton, 285 King Street East, Kingston, ON. Canada
Cost:
Description: Tattooing has long been a part of Kingstons cultural landscape; from the classic street shops to todays private custom studios. Kingston, Ontario is a vibrant waterfront city, with an engaged community of tattoo enthusiasts, artisans, students, military personnel and patrons of art and culture  making it the ideal backdrop for the Limestone CityTattoo and Arts Festival. We are proud of our home, and want to give artists and patrons alike the opportunity to experience what our city has to offer. The inaugural Limestone City Tattoo and Arts Festival will be held on September 17th and 18th, 2016 at the Four Points by Sheraton, steps away from Lake Ontario in beautiful downtown Kingston. The festival itself will be an intimate event featuring 40 tattoo artists representing Canada, the USA and beyond. As there is limited space, the attending artists have been personally invited by the show creators. Each artist will bring a different style and flavour of tattooing to the convention, making for an eclectic group of artists, all available to create personalized tattoos for those hoping to acquire some unique body-art. There will be a variety of vendors as well, offering artwork and tattoo culture-related products for purchase during the weekend. The convention will include two days of tattooing open to the public accompanied by organized events, entertainment and after-show parties for artists and patrons alike.
Email: limestonetattoofestival@gmail.com
Web Site: http://limestonetattoofestival.com/

Divas, Duets and Quartets - Mar 18, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre, Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $25
Description: DIVAS, DUETS and QUARTETS A Musical Cabaret Director: Anne Marie Mortensen Music Director: Darrell Bryan Starring: Shawn Barber Darrell Bryan Isabella Cusano Hannah Smith Andrew Stewart Back by popular demand! Our cabaret was a smash last year and we are thrilled to be able to bring you this outstanding lineup once again, with a few new pieces from your favourite Broadway shows. Offered to you in the true tradition of cabaret - grab yourself a drink, grab yourself a table and enjoy these marvellous songs and a great night of entertainment. There is something for everyone-terrific songs, a little humour, beautiful harmonies and some of the most outstanding vocalists in the city. Performing in the Baby Grand Theatre, within the Grand Theatre
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://http://kingstongrand.ca/event/divas-duets-quartets-cabaret

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 18, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Christmas Lessons and Carols - Dec 18, 2016 - Dec 18, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: A Service of Christmas Lessons and Carols will take place at St. George's Cathedral on Sunday December 18 at 5pm. As well as leading the congregation in singing favourite Christmas carols, the Cathedral Christmas Choir, Teen Choir, and Children's Choir will sing a selection of Christmas anthems by Mark Sirett, Natalie Sleeth, Timothy Corlis, Hector Berlioz, William Mathias, and others. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca. Join us as we celebrate the Christmas season!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts - Aug 18, 2016 - Aug 18, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: The St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts continue on Thursday August 18 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with vocalists Gordon Sinclair and Holly Gwynne Timothy performing, accompanied by pianist Clare Gordon. The series will continue every Thursday through August 25. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

The Kick & Push Festival - Jul 18, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Commonplace Theatre Presents Gruesome Playground Injuries - Mar 18, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? The H'Art Centre, 237 Wellington St Kingston
Cost: Adult: $12
Description: commonplacetheatre is thrilled to present a powerful rendering of Rajiv Josephs play Gruesome Playground Injuries. The show will run for a total of four performances over the March 17th  19th weekend and will be presented in The Box inside The HArt Centre. Rajiv Josephs Gruesome Playground Injuries offers its audience fleeting glimpses into the calamitous lives of Doug and Kayleen, childhood friends whose connection is both sparked and kept alive by the physical ailments they continuously suffer. Upon meeting at the age of eight, each finds familiarity and comfort in the others pathology. Doug is a daredevil with a penchant for self-destruction, while Kayleen is a healer whose body and mind continually reject her. They end up forming a life-long bond that, for better or worse, etches itself into their hearts. Told through a series of poignant, funny and sardonic sketches, separated by vast jumps in time, GPI follows Doug and Kayleen as they traverse their lives, always one beat out of step with the other. A tale of loose endings and near beginnings, the consolations of self-destruction and the fear of intimacy, this show asks of its audience members to reflect on why we so often hurt ourselves as well as those we love the most.
Email: commonplacetheatre@gmail.com
Tel: (613) 545-1392
Web Site: http://www.commonplacetheatre.com

Commonplace Theatre Presents Gruesome Playground Injuries - Mar 18, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? The H'Art Centre, 237 Wellington St Kingston
Cost: Adult: $12
Description: Rajiv Josephs Gruesome Playground Injuries offers its audience fleeting glimpses into the calamitous lives of Doug and Kayleen, childhood friends whose connection is both sparked and kept alive by the physical ailments they continuously suffer. Upon meeting at the age of eight, each finds familiarity and comfort in the others pathology. Doug is a daredevil with a penchant for self-destruction, while Kayleen is a healer whose body and mind continually reject her. They end up forming a life-long bond that, for better or worse, etches itself into their hearts. Told through a series of poignant, funny and sardonic sketches, separated by vast jumps in time, GPI follows Doug and Kayleen as they traverse their lives, always one beat out of step with the other. A tale of loose endings and near beginnings, the consolations of self-destruction and the fear of intimacy, this show asks of its audience members to reflect on why we so often hurt ourselves as well as those we love the most.
Email: commonplacetheatre@gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.commonplacetheatre.com

9 to 5: the Musical - Nov 18, 2016 - Nov 27, 2016
Where? The Octave Theatre - 711 Dalton Avenue, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $22
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present Dolly Parton's hilarious musical,
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Fare For Friends - United Way KFLA - Sep 18, 2016 - Sep 18, 2016
Where? Vimy Officer's Mess, 1 Princess Royal Avenue
Cost: Adult: $160 Child: $160 Senior: $160
Description: Participants relax in the elegance of enormous white tents on the grounds of the Vimy Officers Mess on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. This is the regions favourite garden party featuring culinary delights, wine tasting, martinis and microbrewery beer and live entertainment. The silent and live auction features the talent of local potters, painters and jewellery makers, highlighting an eclectic shopping experience specially designed and organized by a volunteer committee. Preview our wonderful silent and live auction items on our Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/unitedwaykfla Lead Sponsor: Investors Group. Tickets are $160 each. Please note: A tax receipt for a portion of the ticket price ($80) will be emailed to you in September 2016. This event is for adults only (19+). Taxi chits for Kingston will be available at the event, up to a maximum $20 fare. Tickets are non-refundable. 2016 Participating Vendors: WINERIES & BREWERIES Amsterdam Brewing Company Barley Days Brewing Casa-Dea Estates Winery Château des Charmes Gananoque Brewing Company The Grange of Prince Edward Estate Winery Great Lakes Brewery Half Moon Bay Winery Huff Estates Winery Jack Astors Bar & Grill Kingston Brewing Company MacKinnon Brothers Brewing Company Pelee Island Winery Sandbanks Estate Winery Steam Whistle Brewing Company Three Dog Winery Trail Estate Winery Waupoos Estates Winery RESTAURANTS 1000 Islands Catering A Moveable Feast Bayview Farms Bread & Butter Cakes by Krista Chez Piggy Restaurant & Bar Le Chien Noir Bistro Cocoa Bistro Curry Original DOX Restaurant & Lounge Flavours of India Gananoque Inn The Grizzly Grill Juniper Café Kingston Brewing Company Kingston Olive Oil Company Mio Gelato Multatuli Coffee Merchants Pan Chancho Red House River Mill Tango Nuevo Toast & Jam Windmills
Email: uway@unitedwaykfla.ca
Tel: 613-542-2674
Web Site: http://www.unitedwaykfla.ca/events/fare-for-friends/

Beethoven's 9th Symphony - Mar 19, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? 390 King Street West, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4
Cost:
Description: Saturday, March 19, 2016 | 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday, March 20, 2016 | 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Featuring: Tracy Cantin, Soprano Emma Parkinson, Mezzo-Soprano Ernesto Ramirez, Tenor Geoffrey Penar, Baritone Evan Mitchell, Conductor Experience Beethoven's 9th like never before, with an informative look from the stage into what makes this masterpiece so special! Maestro Evan Mitchell hosts an onstage presentation which will involve multimedia, live orchestral examples of Beethoven's works as well as other influential pieces of music during the first part of the concert. Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 will then be performed in its entirety, uninterrupted, in the second half. Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy' is one of his greatest achievements and to experience it live will be extraordinarily powerful and meaningful. Tickets range in price from $10 to $50 and are available by calling 613-530-2050 or by visiting www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca.
Email: losullivan@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca/concert_listings.cfm?action=viewcontent&NewsletterID=25217

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 19, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 19, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 19, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 19, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 19, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 19, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 19, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 19, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Fright - Oct 19, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 19, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 19, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 19, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Divas, Duets and Quartets - Mar 19, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? Grand Theatre, Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $25
Description: DIVAS, DUETS and QUARTETS A Musical Cabaret Director: Anne Marie Mortensen Music Director: Darrell Bryan Starring: Shawn Barber Darrell Bryan Isabella Cusano Hannah Smith Andrew Stewart Back by popular demand! Our cabaret was a smash last year and we are thrilled to be able to bring you this outstanding lineup once again, with a few new pieces from your favourite Broadway shows. Offered to you in the true tradition of cabaret - grab yourself a drink, grab yourself a table and enjoy these marvellous songs and a great night of entertainment. There is something for everyone-terrific songs, a little humour, beautiful harmonies and some of the most outstanding vocalists in the city. Performing in the Baby Grand Theatre, within the Grand Theatre
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://http://kingstongrand.ca/event/divas-duets-quartets-cabaret

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Feb 19, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Feb 19, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 19, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

The Kick & Push Festival - Jul 19, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

Commonplace Theatre Presents Gruesome Playground Injuries - Mar 19, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? The H'Art Centre, 237 Wellington St Kingston
Cost: Adult: $12
Description: commonplacetheatre is thrilled to present a powerful rendering of Rajiv Josephs play Gruesome Playground Injuries. The show will run for a total of four performances over the March 17th  19th weekend and will be presented in The Box inside The HArt Centre. Rajiv Josephs Gruesome Playground Injuries offers its audience fleeting glimpses into the calamitous lives of Doug and Kayleen, childhood friends whose connection is both sparked and kept alive by the physical ailments they continuously suffer. Upon meeting at the age of eight, each finds familiarity and comfort in the others pathology. Doug is a daredevil with a penchant for self-destruction, while Kayleen is a healer whose body and mind continually reject her. They end up forming a life-long bond that, for better or worse, etches itself into their hearts. Told through a series of poignant, funny and sardonic sketches, separated by vast jumps in time, GPI follows Doug and Kayleen as they traverse their lives, always one beat out of step with the other. A tale of loose endings and near beginnings, the consolations of self-destruction and the fear of intimacy, this show asks of its audience members to reflect on why we so often hurt ourselves as well as those we love the most.
Email: commonplacetheatre@gmail.com
Tel: (613) 545-1392
Web Site: http://www.commonplacetheatre.com

Commonplace Theatre Presents Gruesome Playground Injuries - Mar 19, 2016 - Mar 19, 2016
Where? The H'Art Centre, 237 Wellington St Kingston
Cost: Adult: $12
Description: Rajiv Josephs Gruesome Playground Injuries offers its audience fleeting glimpses into the calamitous lives of Doug and Kayleen, childhood friends whose connection is both sparked and kept alive by the physical ailments they continuously suffer. Upon meeting at the age of eight, each finds familiarity and comfort in the others pathology. Doug is a daredevil with a penchant for self-destruction, while Kayleen is a healer whose body and mind continually reject her. They end up forming a life-long bond that, for better or worse, etches itself into their hearts. Told through a series of poignant, funny and sardonic sketches, separated by vast jumps in time, GPI follows Doug and Kayleen as they traverse their lives, always one beat out of step with the other. A tale of loose endings and near beginnings, the consolations of self-destruction and the fear of intimacy, this show asks of its audience members to reflect on why we so often hurt ourselves as well as those we love the most.
Email: commonplacetheatre@gmail.com
Web Site: http://www.commonplacetheatre.com

9 to 5: the Musical - Nov 19, 2016 - Nov 27, 2016
Where? The Octave Theatre - 711 Dalton Avenue, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $22
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present Dolly Parton's hilarious musical,
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Beethoven's 9th Symphony - Mar 20, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? 390 King Street West, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4
Cost:
Description: Saturday, March 19, 2016 | 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday, March 20, 2016 | 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Featuring: Tracy Cantin, Soprano Emma Parkinson, Mezzo-Soprano Ernesto Ramirez, Tenor Geoffrey Penar, Baritone Evan Mitchell, Conductor Experience Beethoven's 9th like never before, with an informative look from the stage into what makes this masterpiece so special! Maestro Evan Mitchell hosts an onstage presentation which will involve multimedia, live orchestral examples of Beethoven's works as well as other influential pieces of music during the first part of the concert. Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 will then be performed in its entirety, uninterrupted, in the second half. Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy' is one of his greatest achievements and to experience it live will be extraordinarily powerful and meaningful. Tickets range in price from $10 to $50 and are available by calling 613-530-2050 or by visiting www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca.
Email: losullivan@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca/concert_listings.cfm?action=viewcontent&NewsletterID=25217

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 20, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Queen's 175th Anniversary Party Open House - Oct 20, 2016 - Oct 20, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: See our new David McTavish Art Study Room in action! Selected works will be brought from storage for this event, and Agnes curators will be on hand to discuss them. Round out your visit by chatting with student docents in the galleries, making your own button in the Studio and enjoying refreshments.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/queens-175th-anniversary-party-open-house/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 20, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 20, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 20, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 20, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 20, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 20, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Premiere Sunday 2 pm - 6 pm March 6th 2016 at BluMartini ARTISTS UNLEASHED - Premiere will feature fourteen performers, seven young women and seven young men. The lineup includes the band The Banters and Teagan McLaren Trio, two spoken word poets: Nirosha Balakumar and Ashley Newton, and seven music solo performances: Doug OHandley, Nik Clementine, Konig, Lucas Richardson, Dennis Clark, Erika Lamon, and Jasmine Estella. Also, there will be new lineups with youth talent March 20 and in April. This grassroots arts initiative created by Cavelle Macdonell, a local Artist, Fine Arts teacher and Arts Advocate who will continue to reach youth in Kingston and area and offer a monthly stage for performances. art works http;//cavelle.net/ BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies. ARTISTS UNLEASHED https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/?fref=ts Contact: Cavelle Macdonell artist@cavelle.net 256 King Street E. Kingston, Ontario cell 343 333 2011
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: http://https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

ARTISTS UNLEASHED Raising the profile of young musicians and poets - Mar 20, 2016 - Mar 20, 2016
Where? BluMartini Ontario Street Kingston
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: ARTISTS UNLEASHED Sunday 2 pm- 6 pm March 20th 2016 Raising the Profile of emerging young musicians and poets ARTISTS UNLEASHED is a vibrant creative grassroots arts initiative that is raising the profile of talented young emerging musicians, singers and spoken word poets in Kingston and Area. Performers: Logan Brown - Robyn Sweet - Doug OHandley - Mostafa Mufasa - Kenditri - Knoncents - Teagan McLaren - Mike Williams - Challenger Deep - City of Stone BLUMartini, located at 178 Ontario Street in Kingston, is an outstanding all-ages venue downtown and the menu respects gluten free and allergies.
Email: artist@cavelle.net
Tel: 3433332011
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/ArtistsUnleashedKingstonCanada/

Domino Theatre presents: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie - Oct 20, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Agatha Christies theatrical adaptation from her original novel is a sinister, yet darkly-playful mystery wherein no ones life is safe and no one is above suspicion. Eight strangers with no apparent ties to each other are lured under false pretenses to a weekend getaway to a country home on isolated Soldier Island. Upon their arrival, they become dismayed to learn the only other residents on the island are two house servants and that their host and hostess are remarkably absent. There is a curious decorative choice in the main room of the home- a framed nursery rhyme called Ten Little Soldiers that hangs above the fireplace along with matching figurines on the mantelpiece. As the night grows dark, these ten strangers discover they are all pawns in an elaborative, Machiavellian plot with the intent to kill each of them one by one until there is no one left. Marooned and isolated, what was once a disparate group, now finds they must choose alliances and entrust each other if they are ever to survive the weekend.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 20, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

The Urban Slide - Aug 20, 2016 - Aug 20, 2016
Where? Fort Henry
Cost:
Description: The Urban Slide is literally the best time ever! Proudly brought to you by 365 Sports, a 100% Canadian owned and operated company that focuses on fun and customer experience. Join us for 1000 feet of slippery awesomeness this summer. Online registration is discounted from the day of cost so registering now will save you some moulah! Kids 5 and up can participate in the event as long as they are 44
Email: Info@365sports.ca
Web Site: http://www.theurbanslide.ca/

Fort Fright - Oct 20, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 20, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 20, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 20, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Feb 20, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Feb 20, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 20, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

The Kick & Push Festival - Jul 20, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

9 to 5: the Musical - Nov 20, 2016 - Nov 27, 2016
Where? The Octave Theatre - 711 Dalton Avenue, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $22
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present Dolly Parton's hilarious musical,
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 21, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 21, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 21, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 21, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Third Thursday Tour - Apr 21, 2016 - Apr 21, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost:
Description: Take an art break: meet a friendly docent in the Atrium to enjoy a guided tour of the Agnes exhibitions. This Thursdays tour will feature the exhibition Singular Figures: Portraits and Character Studies in Northern Baroque Painting. Tours are free of charge, and gallery admission is free to all on Thursdays.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/event/details/third-thursday-tour-2/

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 21, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 21, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Domino Theatre presents: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie - Oct 21, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Agatha Christies theatrical adaptation from her original novel is a sinister, yet darkly-playful mystery wherein no ones life is safe and no one is above suspicion. Eight strangers with no apparent ties to each other are lured under false pretenses to a weekend getaway to a country home on isolated Soldier Island. Upon their arrival, they become dismayed to learn the only other residents on the island are two house servants and that their host and hostess are remarkably absent. There is a curious decorative choice in the main room of the home- a framed nursery rhyme called Ten Little Soldiers that hangs above the fireplace along with matching figurines on the mantelpiece. As the night grows dark, these ten strangers discover they are all pawns in an elaborative, Machiavellian plot with the intent to kill each of them one by one until there is no one left. Marooned and isolated, what was once a disparate group, now finds they must choose alliances and entrust each other if they are ever to survive the weekend.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - Apr 21, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 21, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Shout Sister Choir Concert and Silent Auction - Feb 21, 2016 - Feb 21, 2016
Where? First Baptist Church, 110 Sydenham Street, Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: Donation Child: Donation Senior: Donation
Description: Fundraiser for Frontenac, Wolfe Island Refugee Support Committee's incoming family of twelve Syrian refugees! Come be 'inspired' by Georgette Fry and music of Shout Sister and make a bid in our silent auction. Items for sale include a signed Jonathan Bernier (TML) jersey and four tickets to the Rick Mercer Report taping of your choice! Doors open at 2:00pm, concert starts at 2:30pm
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/Frontenac-Refugee-Support-Committee-1717334691821285/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 21, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 21, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 21, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 21, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Fort Henry Opening Day - May 21, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Feb 21, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Feb 21, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 21, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts - Jul 21, 2016 - Jul 21, 2016
Where? St. Georges Cathedral, 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston.
Cost:
Description: The St. Georges Cathedral Summer Concerts continue on Thursday July 21 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with Deborah Schuurmans & Friends (Piano, Guitar, Vocals) performing. The series will continue every Thursday through August 25. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. Visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www.facebook.com/StGeorgeConcerts. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude!
Email: organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca
Tel: 613-548-4617
Web Site: http://stgeorgescathedral.ca

The Kick & Push Festival - Jul 21, 2016 - Aug 13, 2016
Where? The Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Kingstons newest summer attraction is back! The Kick & Push Festival returns this summer for theatre that excites the imagination by offering you an innovative experience in some of Kingstons oldest spaces. Joined by Theatre Kingston, Blue Canoe Productions, Single Thread Theatre Company, The Cellar Door Poject, Refraction Theatre, the Lowlit Aerial Arts and Driftwood Theatre, the K&P is presenting 6 productions and 1 Storefront Festival from July 15- August 13. You can find our more about the 2016 Kick & Push Festival online, including show schedules, ticket prices, performances, masterclasses and more at www.thekickandpush.com and by following us on Facebook and Twitter @thekickandpush. Joining the K&P this year is the generous support from the City of Kingston, The Kingston Accommodations Partners, the Downtown BIA, Tourism Kingston and the Great Waterway. Click on the show title to be directed straight to our online purchasing page for Beneath our Feet, Ambrose, Chicago, Overlooked, Taming of the Shrew, and Stubborn Stone.
Email: mike@thekickandpush.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.thekickandpush.com

9 to 5: the Musical - Nov 21, 2016 - Nov 27, 2016
Where? The Octave Theatre - 711 Dalton Avenue, Kingston
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $22
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present Dolly Parton's hilarious musical,
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Winemaker's Dinner Benefit Series - Jan 22, 2016 - Jan 22, 2016
Where? 1 Johnson Street, Kingston Ontario
Cost: Adult: $150
Description: Executive Chef Brent McAllister & Winemaker Dan Sullivan invite you for an unforgettable evening of great food and wine in support of United Way KFLA.
Email: cdixon@aquaterrakingston.com
Tel: 613-549-6243
Web Site: http://www.aquaterrakingston.com

Domino Theatre presents Skin Flick by Norm Foster - Sep 22, 2016 - Sep 24, 2016
Where? 52 Church Street, Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Skin Flick by Norm Foster Sept. 8-24, 2016 DIRECTED BY LISA FLANNAGAN: Rollie and Daphne are a middle-aged couple. Daphne is unemployed and looking for work. Rollie finds out his company is relocating and he will be out of a job. His best friend, Alex, also loses his job as a news cameraman. The three of them come up with a plan to make a porno film in order to make money.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Nov 22, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Oct 22, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Ciara Phillips: Comrade Objects - Sep 22, 2016 - Dec 04, 2016
Where? Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Comrade Objects presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based Canadian artist Ciara Phillips that introduces her process-marked print semiotics: energetic blocks of colour, repeating motifs, slogans and, recently, black & white portraits of women engaged in focused work. In this, her first major exhibition in Canada, Phillips also mounts a new iteration of her Turner prize-nominated Workshop (2010  ongoing), wherein the gallery is transformed with screen printing equipment into an active space of investigation, social action, discussion and debate. To explore the ethics and potential of making together, Phillips invites Canadian artist, artist-curator and artist-publisher, Clive Robertson to co-produce posters and publications in situ. Comrade Objects draws the art object away from the pressures of ownership or display, and toward its powers of access and involvement, offering both exuberant teamwork and moments of quiet encounter. Supported by George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund, Queens University. Phillipss five-week Residency is supported by the Queens University Arts Fund, Visiting Artist-in-Residence program.
Email: aeac@queensu.ca
Tel: 613-533-2190
Web Site: http://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/ciara-phillips-comrade-objects/

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Aug 22, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Paintings and Collages by artist Mary O'Brien - Jul 22, 2016 - Aug 31, 2016
Where? Blaney's Florists, 210 Montreal St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Art exhibition of Kingston mixed media artist Mary O'Brien. Over 25 small works using collage and acrylic paint on paper and canvas. Explore the artist's use of dynamic colour and composition using imagery based in landscape and architecture. Layers of images are woven together to create an exciting, unified whole. Opening Reception: Thurs. July 7, 2016 5:30-7:30
Email: flowersbymb@yahoo .ca
Tel: 613-544-5138
Web Site: http://www.kingstonflowers.com

Domino Theatre presents: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie - Oct 22, 2016 - Nov 05, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Kingston, Ont. K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Agatha Christies theatrical adaptation from her original novel is a sinister, yet darkly-playful mystery wherein no ones life is safe and no one is above suspicion. Eight strangers with no apparent ties to each other are lured under false pretenses to a weekend getaway to a country home on isolated Soldier Island. Upon their arrival, they become dismayed to learn the only other residents on the island are two house servants and that their host and hostess are remarkably absent. There is a curious decorative choice in the main room of the home- a framed nursery rhyme called Ten Little Soldiers that hangs above the fireplace along with matching figurines on the mantelpiece. As the night grows dark, these ten strangers discover they are all pawns in an elaborative, Machiavellian plot with the intent to kill each of them one by one until there is no one left. Marooned and isolated, what was once a disparate group, now finds they must choose alliances and entrust each other if they are ever to survive the weekend.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.dominotheatre.com

Domino Theatre presents: 12 Angry Men by Reginald Rose adapted for stage by Sherman L. Sergel - Apr 22, 2016 - May 07, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church St., Kingston, Ont., K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: directed by Claudia Wade Imagine New York in the mid 1950's on a sweltering hot day. A young man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The death sentence is mandatory in this case and he will be executed if found guilty. It appears to be an open and shut case for guilty until one of the jurors begins questioning the eye witnesses' accounts of what happened. Tempers flare, arguments grow heated and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets available through the Grand Theatre box office Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 p.m. Students: $10 Seniors and Members $16 Thursdays only at the Domino Theatre door.
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstongrand.com

Domino Theatre presents: Island Getaway by John Corrigan - Jan 22, 2016 - Jan 30, 2016
Where? Domino Theatre: 52 Church Street, Kingston,K7M 1H3
Cost: Adult: $20 Child: $10 Senior: $20
Description: Come visit the quiet hamlet of Moseyville on Getaway Island, accessible only by ferry. Enjoy the fun that ensues when the locals are faced with some shady strangers, stolen money, and a dead body that mysteriously goes missing. You'll enjoy this comedy by Kingston's own playwright. Feel free to stay after the show to meet John Corrigan. Visit the Domino Theatre Facebook page to see how you could win a pair of tickets to opening night. Directed by Katie Flower-Smith Note new student pricing: $10.00 for every performance
Email: j78steglich@gmail.com
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://dominotheatre.com

Fort Henry Opening Day - May 22, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jun 22, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Aug 22, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Henry Opening Day - Jul 22, 2016 - Sep 04, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18 Child: $0 Senior: $16
Description: Daily Programming begins 9:30 am to 5:00 pm The season kicks off with the ceremonial flag raising located in the East Battery of the Main Fort. Guided tours are offered in both English and French at specified times outlined on the website. Throughout the day, you can enjoy historic weapons firing demonstrations, meet our mascot, David the goat, and enjoy the many exhibits our living museum has to offer! At scheduled times throughout the day, visitors can enjoy the garrison parade, the children's Muster parade, cannon firings and so much more! Schedule in effect from May 21 to September 4.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/plan-your-trip/

Fort Fright - Oct 22, 2016 - Oct 30, 2016
Where? Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Cost: Adult: $18
Description: 6:30pm  10: 30 pm Once again Fort Henry will turn dark during the fall season as ghosts, ghouls, zombies and more take over the forts garrison. Get ready for the interior ditch, dark hallways and tunnels to be filled with live scare actors out to test your goose bumps reaction. All new terrifying animatronics and special effects are sure to raise some screams.
Email: greg.gouthro@parks.on.ca
Tel: 6135427388 EXT 4251
Web Site: http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Feb 22, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Hothouse by Judith Thompson - Feb 22, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Where? Isabel Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $35 Child: $0 Senior: $35
Description: Theatre Kingston is proud to present the world premier of Hothouse by Judith Thompson inspired by the Merilyn Simonds novel The Convict Lover opening February 19 at the Isabel Studio Theatre.
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613-533-2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CALLING LOCAL FILMMAKERS - Dec 22, 2016 - Dec 30, 2016
Where? Kingston
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: 0 Senior: 0
Description: HEY FILMMAKERS! The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is accepting submissions for all categories! Deadlines range from December 2 to 30, 2016. This is your chance to show off your filmmaking chops at the globe's largest all-Canadian film festival. All films chosen receive screening fees and are eligible for awards. KCFF'17 takes place March 2-5, 2017 downtown Kingston, Ontario. To submit your film for consideration, check us out here: https://kingcanfilmfest.com/get-involved/submit/
Email: marc@kingcanfilmfest.com
Tel: 613.777.0161
Web Site: http://www.kingcanfilmfest.com

Canadian Guitar Festival - Jul 22, 2016 - Jul 24, 2016