GINO: A Child of War” Movie Screening & Reception

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Unveiling Hope and Resilience: “GINO: A Child of War” Movie Screening at the Italo-Canadian Club

The Italo-Canadian Club of Kingston is honored to host a special screening of “GINO: A Child of War” on Friday, March 15, 2024, from 7 pm to 9 pm. This poignant docudrama invites audiences to a journey back to Second World War Italy, where it uncovers the heartwarming story of Gino Farnetti, an orphaned Italian boy whose life takes a remarkable turn. Set amidst the backdrop of war-torn Torrice, Italy, in 1944, the film narrates Gino’s discovery by Canadian soldiers.

A Celebration of Women’s Achievements at the Italo-Canadian Club

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International Women’s Day EmpowerMarket: A Celebration of Women’s Achievements at the Italo-Canadian Club

The Italo-Canadian Club of Kingston is proud to present the “EmpowerMarket” in celebration of International Women’s Day on Saturday, March 9th, 2024. This event, held at 1174 Italia Ln, Kingston, ON, is not just a celebration but a powerful platform to empower and uplift local women. With tickets priced at $50, attendees will enjoy a rich experience that includes access to local female vendors offering a variety of products, complimentary cocktails, door prizes, live music, a fashion show, and the much-anticipated Inspirational Woman Award ceremony. We are excited to showcase local talents and raise funds for Dress for Success, Dawn House, and MRKH Canada through our silent auction.

Live Music with Hickory Switch at Branch 496

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Looking for a night of fantastic music and great vibes? Mark your calendars for March 2, 2024, because Branch 496 in Sydenham is set to host an electrifying evening with the sensational sounds of Hickory Switch! Doors open at 7 PM, offering you the perfect opportunity to dive into an unforgettable musical experience

March of the Museums 2024

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Museums are not merely repositories of art and history; they are vibrant storytellers, guardians of culture, and windows to countless worlds. This March, the importance of these cultural bastions is celebrated with the ‘March of the Museums 2024’, a festival that opens doors to a realm where the past and present converge in a dance of discovery and learning. From March 11th to March 15th, visitors can embark on a journey through time and imagination, as a constellation of museums, art galleries, and historic sites across Kingston and surrounding areas beckon families, history buffs, and the creatively curious to indulge in a tapestry of tales woven by artifacts, artworks, and the very walls that house them.

Art After Dark (Solar Eclipse Edition)

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Art After Dark – Solar Eclipse Edition. From April 3rd to the eclipse day itself, the event invites night owls and art aficionados to bask in the moonlit glow of creativity. This special edition celebrates the cosmic dance of sun and moon, infusing it with artistic expression in a variety of mediums, from painting and sculpture to digital art and performances. Each piece, curated to echo the grandeur of the eclipse, promises to leave viewers spellbound. The streets of Downtown Kingston will transform into a vibrant gallery under the stars, where every corner reveals another layer of the city’s rich artistic heritage.

Kingston Punkfest Featuring The Dreadnoughts& Pound Salt

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Kingston’s vibrant music scene is set to surge with adrenaline as The Mansion (Outdoors) prepares to host an electrifying lineup of bands that are sure to shake the city’s very foundation on Saturday, May 25th. Headlining the night are The Dreadnoughts, a group renowned for their explosive energy and fusion of punk and folk melodies that captivate and energize audiences.

Abigail Lapell Live At Dog House Studio’s

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Get ready to be swept away by the enchanting melodies of Abigail Lapell, the Toronto-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, as she graces the stage at Dog House Studios in Napanee on May 18th. This live performance is a celebration of her latest album, “Anniversary,” an evocative collection that redefines love songs with a hauntingly beautiful twist. Produced alongside Tony Dekker of Great Lake Swimmers, the album was recorded in the historic St Mark’s Church in Niagara-on-the-Lake, infusing each track with a mystical resonance that’s rare in today’s music scene.

Heart & Stroke Fundraiser At Aspira Royale Place

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Heart & Stroke Fundraiser
Join the Heartful Journey: Walk, Rock ‘n’ Roll with Aspira Royale Place! 🎶

Step into a day of purpose, community, and joy as we lace up our shoes and roll up our sleeves for a heartful cause! Aspira invites you to be a part of our Walk, Rock ‘n’ Roll event, where every step and pedal propel us toward a shared goal – raising funds for a brighter future!

Mix and Mingle at Aspira Royale Place

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Mix and Mingle

Unleash the Power of Connection at Aspira Royale Place Mix & Mingle Event!

Feeling isolated at home? Yearning for new friendships and meaningful conversations? Join us for an unforgettable Mix & Mingle experience, where we’re turning the page on loneliness and embracing the joy of connections!

Cherish the Ladies

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On March 10th, the Kingston Grand Theatre will be pulsating with the vibrant rhythms and melodies of Cherish the Ladies, an internationally acclaimed Irish American group that has been mesmerizing audiences for over 38 years. This Grammy-nominated supergroup, formed in New York City in 1985, has broken barriers and set new standards in the world of traditional Irish music.