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Beware of ticket resellers

Posted: Nov 8th, 2016 - 2:30PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
Over the past year we have seen a steady increase in patrons accidentally clicking on the top link of their search engine and purchasing tickets from websites that are not associated with the Grand Theatre. This is an easy mistake to make, as these sites pay websites like Bing, Google and Yahoo to be at the top of the search results. These sites often charge you in US dollars and take a huge...

Grand Theatre Presents Regular Tickets On Sale Now

Posted: Aug 15th, 2016 - 7:12PM
/ By:
Bob Giarda
Theatre announces regular tickets on sale to 40 shows  After finishing up a banner summer subscription sales period, the Grand Theatre opens its box office at noon today to offer all of its 2016-17 season of shows on sale.  The Grand Theatre continues to bring the best artists from across the globe to the heart of downtown Kingston. Some highlights from the upcoming Grand Theatre Presents season...

Big Dig update for Tuesday, June 28

Posted: Jun 28th, 2016 - 2:24PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
Big Dig update Princess St will be open to traffic on July 1st, but crews will continue to work on sidewalks and other surface features. Lane closures will be required to complete these finals stages of the work. The Whig Walk will remain open regular hours 10:00 a.m. - 6:00p.m. for July 1 and  will continue to have extended hours through the week of July 4th to July 8th. Montreal St between...

Big Dig update for Monday, April 11

Posted: Apr 11th, 2016 - 7:10PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
There are tons of great Big Dig deals from Downtown Kingston businesses! See the complete list here.   Update for Monday, April 11 Excavation of the main sewer and water lines continues in the block of Princess between Montreal and Sydenham, and is nearing completion in that block. Starting next week crews will begin encroaching on the intersection of Princess and Sydenham with excavation work,...

All About Georgette Fry

Posted: Apr 11th, 2016 - 1:08PM
/ By:
Charles Robertson
"I think you have to take what I do in context and look at the body of songs I play. What you see is a strong independent woman"- Georgette Fry   Watch Video of Upcoming Concert 1994 Juno nominee and veteran of the Canadian music scene, blues and jazz artist, Georgette Fry, has dedicated many hours of her 35-year career towards raising funds for and awareness of the needs of women and children...

initially youth / (un)conditionally dance

Posted: Apr 5th, 2016 - 3:21PM
 “initially/(un)conditionally is a modern, contemporary dance piece, but it’s not like what you would see on So You Think You Can Dance,” warns the show’s director and choreographer, Kay Kenney. Coming to the Baby Grand Theatre on May 1st as a part of the Juvenis Festival, this original dance piece will combine performance theatre and modern dance to explore how people build relationships and...

Queen's University Honours Holly Cole

Posted: Mar 24th, 2016 - 7:55PM
/ By:
Bob Giarda
The Incomparble Holly Cole is now Dr. Holly Cole At this very moment, Queen’s University is busy preparing for their 2016 spring convocation ceremony and festivities.  Flashback with us now to 2014, just two short years ago. It happened in Kingston on Friday, June 6, 2014, when Holly Cole shared the stage with a group of Queen’s University graduates at their spring convocation ceremony.  At that...

Big Dig update for Thursday, March 17

Posted: Mar 17th, 2016 - 8:11PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
The latest Big Dig update: Excavation of main sewer and water lines has been completed in the intersection of Montreal and Princess Streets. Crews are now beginning excavation on Princess between Montreal and Sydenham. The intersection of Montreal and Princess will remain closed to vehicular traffic until mid-May as electrical and surface work is completed. Work crews will be off on Good Friday...

We want your feedback for Princess St!

Posted: Mar 11th, 2016 - 2:00PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
We want your feedback, Kingston! Business owners, property owners, employees and customers of downtown businesses are encouraged to fill out two surveys related to the placement of benches and the final on-street parking configuration.  The City is seeking input on the proposed locations for accessible parking, commercial loading zones, 5-minute parking zones, and street benches. The placement...

Big Dig update for Thursday, March 3

Posted: Mar 3rd, 2016 - 8:19PM
/ By:
Julie Fossitt
/ In: big dig
Update for Thursday, March 3: Crews continue to work on main sewer and water line excavation on Princess Street between Bagot and Montreal Streets, and will be moving into the intersection of Princess and Montreal Streets shortly. Crews will also be working on Montreal Street between Brock Street and Princess Street on Monday Mar. 7 to complete emergency repairs to the sewer service at 13...

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