Fall Art After Dark 2016
Galleries in downtown Kingston will open their doors from 7pm to 10pm on Friday, September 16. Join us for this free event and see the best art Kingston has to offer! While you check out the amazing art, don’t forget to enter to win a $500 Downtown Kingston art shopping spree!
Alchemy House Jewellery (link is external), 303 Bagot Street, Unit #12
Art Noise (link is external), 290 Princess Street
Black Dog Pottery (link is external), 58 Queen Street
Cornerstone Canadian Art & Craft (link is external), 255 Ontario Street
Diva Salon & Day Spa (link is external), 336 Princess Street
End of the Thread Antique Emporium (link is external), 201 Princess Street
Gallery Raymond (link is external), 334 Princess Street
Kingston Frameworks (link is external), 198 Princess Street
Kingston Royal Rugs (link is external), 214 Princess Street
Kingston Glass Studio & Gallery (link is external), 56 Queen Street
Limestone City Tattoo & Arts Festival (link is external)at Taylor Studios, 285 King Street East
Martello Alley (link is external), 203B Wellington Street
Meraqui Art Annex (link is external), 66 Brock Street
Metalworks (link is external), 352 King Street East
Slate Studios (link is external), 286 Princess Street
Sydenham Street Studios (link is external), 178 Sydenham Street
Taylor Studios (link is external), 285 King Street East
The Small Batch Cafe & Eatery (link is external), 282 Princess Street
FALL PRINCESS ST PROMENADE OCT 1 2016
Join us as we close Princess Street for an active, fun & entertaining experience during Culture Days!
Businesses, community groups and restaurants will take to the streets for this day-long celebration! Come out to enjoy the day with lots and lots of fun activities for the whole family!
Take a free ride on Kingston Transit to the Promenade or anywhere else all day long!
Kingston Multicultural Arts Festival SEPT 11 2016
Come and enjoy the sights, sounds and flavours from Africa and the Caribbean, China, Egypt, Japan, Korea, India, Ireland, Latin America, Mexico, Philippines, Poland and many other regions on September 11 from 11:30am to 5:30pm at Confederation Park. Local and out of town artists are showcased at the main stage featuring world music and dance performances. Various art workshops allow visitors an opportunity to play musical instruments, learn a new dance style or express through an art medium, never tried before. The Festival is a non-ticketed, family event.
Join Hopsice Kingston for the 26th annual Chilifest in Confederation Park on September 24th!
Enjoy chili from over 15 local resaurants and community groups and support a great cause!
For ticket information and event details visit www.chilifest.ca (link is external)