Events for July 31, 2019
Welcome to the live music listing for Kingston in July. The summer months are here and with that comes a ton of local venues offering music events. The big event
The St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival produces professional productions in an outdoor amphitheatre against the backdrop of the St. Lawrence River. Enjoy William Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale and an adapted version
Blood donors are needed. Book your appointment at the website linked below or call 1-888-2DONATE. Blood donation locations and scheduled donation times are as follows: 850 Gardiners Road - Clinic
In partnership with Ellen Fraser, host of online print gallery, Print Inuit, Studio22 opens an exhibit of drawings from Cape Dorset entitled, Tavvauna / Here It Is on Tuesday, July
The 1000 Islands Playhouse brings Glory from July 24 - August 17. It is 1933 and four friends set out to prove that hockey isn’t just a sport for men.
Absolutely Comedy Club is located at 1187 Princess St and offers different comedians every week. They have shows every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. $8 on Wednesdays, $12 on Thursdays
Tales of an Urban Indian is a semi-autobiographical story of Simon Douglas that unfolds on a Kingston Transit bus as makes its way in downtown Kingston, stopping at key points
The Harrowing of Brimstone McReedy is a new play by Eric Woolfe where he uses puppets and close-up magic to tell the tale of the Faust Legend. This epic tale
Paddle Song is a play about Pauline Johnson. Johnson was a trailblazing heroine, an enigmatic, ahead of her time, proud Mohawk Poet and performer of the late 1800s who toured
The Westbrook Farmers' market will be held on Wednesdays from 2pm-6pm at the Westbrook United Church in the west parking lot at 3526 Princess Street just west of Westbrook Road.