The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is back for 2019! This is the largest festival in the world dedicated exclusively to Canadian film that beings the best Canadian feature films of the year to a number of traditional and unconventional venues in downtown Kingston.
You can also enjoy free workshops and networking, industry guest appearances and talks, receptions, special events, music, comedy, awards and more!
Here’s your chance to spend an afternoon with one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents — Gerry Dee! During this one-of-a-kind event, Gerry Dee will chat about his life, career, and his years as a high school teacher that inspired the hit CBC sitcom ‘Mr. D’.
Bundle up! This years charity walk will benefit Nightlight Kingston - a Christian-based drop-in centre for adults that offers a safe place to build meaningful relationships. A light warm meal will be provided between 6-8pm for all walkers and volunteers.
Don’t miss this 7th annual evening of food, fun and fundraising featuring a six-course tasting menu with pairings. This year Guilty Pleasures will bring diners a Canadian culinary experience as “Guilty Pleasures Hits the Road” and a Canadian culinary adventure.
Doors open at 6pm, service starts at 6:30pm. All proceeds supporting food delivery, school garden and community kitchen programs throughout the year.
Free professional clothing for men and women in need of appropriate attire for job interviews and the workplace. Hosted by KEYS Job Centre in partnership with Dress for Success Kingston and Well Suited. Registration to attend is required.
The Message is Simple, the Impact is Big! Wear a pink shirt on Feb 27th to show that you stand up against bullying.
Special Pink t-shirts, toques, and socks are now available for purchase at the BGC West End Hub.