Community Calendar October 28 – November 3, 2019


Oct 28 - Nov 3


October 28: KTC Open Rehearsal/Guest Nights

A FREE event open to male singers of all ages…with perks! Join us for a special 4-week rehearsal series, where you’ll receive expert voice coaching, make new friends, and have tons of fun. THEN- have the opportunity to join us in an on-ice performance at the Leon’s Centre… as we sing the National Anthem for a Kingston Frontenacs hockey game! To take advantage of this opportunity, attend every Monday night from October 28 – November 18, starting at 7:00pm. Location: Cookes-Portsmouth United Church, 200 Norman Rogers Drive, Kingston. RSVP TODAY to let us know you’re coming! Send us a DM or contact (613) 777-8188, for more information or to reserve your spot for this exciting event!
The Kingston Townsmen is an award-winning A Capella men`s chorus focusing on singing in the Barbershop Style. The chorus is deeply integrated into Kingston’s music culture and throughout the Ontario region. We’ve performed for audiences of all sizes, from venues as large as concert halls to smaller, intimate settings like nursing homes and retirement residences. We deliver Singing Valentines, hold public appearances, conduct fundraisers and in general just have fun performing whenever and wherever we can.


October 29: Tuesday Evening Genealogy Drop-Ins

These days, millions of people all over the world are exploring their family histories. Genealogy is one of the most popular pastimes for people of all ages. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced researcher, there is always more to learn and to share! Starting on Tuesday, September 17, the public library will make it easier for you to connect with others who share your interest in genealogy. On Tuesday evenings, our local history librarian and members of the Kingston Branch of Ontario Ancestors (formerly the Ontario Genealogical Society) will be on hand to answer questions and offer assistance. Work on your family tree, explore research sources, meet new friends and share strategies with others. No registration is necessary, and all are welcome. Bring your laptop or tablet (or pencil and paper) and drop in to the Central Branch of the Kingston Frontenac Public Library between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday evenings from September 17 to November 5. KFPL Central Branch, 2nd Floor, Local History Room. We’ll look forward to seeing you there! For more information, visit Questions? Contact: Joanne Stanbridge, 613-549-8888, ext.3590,


November 2: Queen’s University Science Formal Open House

Every year 4th year students in the Faculty of Engineering organize Queen’s Science Formal to celebrate the culmination of their years at Queen’s. This event is entirely student-run and is one of the longest standing traditions at the university. Held in Grant Hall from 12pm – 3pm, the event is free for the public to come experience the transformed hall and see what pieces they may want to pick up the following day. The theme for Science Formal ’19 is: A Starry Night. The structures and artwork relate to a variety of aspects of this theme, including space exploration, the solar system, constellations, and artistic interpretations of the famous painting ‘The Starry Night’. Items from the Hall will be available for pick-up on Sunday, November 3rd between 7am – 4pm. Note that this is on a first-come-first-serve basis and we are unable to reserve pieces for you.

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