2022 Movies in the Square line-up set
The Downtown Kingston Business Improvement Area has announced its Movies in the Square line-up.
The line-up is set as follows:
- Mean Girls (in partnership with Kingston Pride) - June 16
- Three Amigos! - June 23
- West Side Story (2022) - June 30
- Best Exotic Marigold Hotel - July 14
- Strictly Ballroom - July 21
- Black Soul (National Film Board of Canada short) and Hidden Figures - July 28
- Pride & Prejudice - August 4
- Night at the Museum - August 11
- The BFG - August 18
- Blinded by the Light - August 25
- Encanto - September 1
Movies in the Square that runs every Thursday throughout the summer.
Downtown Kingston BIA says that the June and July movies typically start around 9 p.m.
August movies air closer to 8 p.m.
You are asked to bring a lawn chair, snacks, and a blanket for cooler nights.
The Upper Ottawa Valley OPP Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police completed this year's Canada Day Week traffic safety campaign, which took place from June 27 to July 4, 2022.
The Hawkesbury Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police is introducing a positive ticketing program, intended to recognize youth for the good behaviours they display.
The Ontario Provincial Police have arrested and charged five individuals after the execution of a search warrant on a residence in Picton, ON.
The South Nation Conservation team breaks a second-consecutive tree planting record, beating last years record by a few hundred trees.
The National Air Force Museum of Canada unveiled their newest exhibit in partnership with the Canadian Military Police Association this past Wednesday in Trenton, ON.
On June 30th, 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group held a Change of Command and Change of Appointment parade at Garrison Petawawa.
The Pembroke Regional Hospital is asking the community for patience and understanding as they experience higher than normal wait times at local emergency departments.
The Pembroke Regional Hospital is announcing their Catch the Ace progressive jackpot raffle - week #9 winner for the Catch the Ace fundraiser.
The Renfrew County Council has appointed Craig Kelley to the position of chief administrative clerk, replacing current CAO Paul Moreau.