Looking for something to do this summer in Kingston? You won’t want to miss these amazing events:
Kingston Public Farmer’s Market
The market is located in Kingston’s historic downtown, right behind City Hall, and operates on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, April through to November. Here you can find a variety of produce, prepared foods, garden plants and flowers, and hand-made crafts.
There’s also an Antique Market that runs in the Square every Sunday, April through to October.
Visit: www.kingstonpublicmarket.ca for more info!
Movies in the Square
Running every Thursday at dusk from June 20th – August 29th, bring the whole family and your lawn chairs down to Spring Market Square (behind City Hall) to watch a FREE movie. All movies are kid-friendly – so bring your thermos of hot chocolate and some snacks and enjoy the show!
You can view the movie line-up by visiting: www.downtownkingston.ca
Kingston Busker Rendezvous
A ‘Busker’ is a street performer who entertains others for voluntary donations. From July 11th-14th there will be buskers performing from Princess St to Ontario St – and every street in-between. Jugglers, acrobats, dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, fire-eaters and magicians – fun for the whole family!
Visit: www.kingstonbuskers.com for more information the performers!
Princess St Promenade
From 10am-4pm on August 10th Princess St will be closed from Division St to Ontario St as pedestrians take over for an active, fun and entertaining experience. Many shops are offer great deals, displays or activities – and it’s a great way to explore downtown…without any traffic!
Please visit: www.downtownkingston.ca for more information.
Limestone City Blues Festival
Four days of the blues hit the Princess Street Stage, Confederation Park, and your favorite Downtown venues, capped off by an unforgettable concert in Market Square! The fun begins August 22nd and ends August 25th. Get your $10 admission bracelet from participating venues for all four days of the festival.
Bracelets go on sale in late June. Visit: www.kingstonblues.com for more information.