Wednesday, July 11, 6:30pm @ Kingston P.U.C. Dock
(South of King Street on the water near Centre Street)
Mass Swim 2 – Join us on Wednesday, July 11 at 6:30pm (rain or shine) at the PUC docks at King St and Collingwood St to celebrate our waterfront and to demand better public access to swimming in the downtown area of Kingston. Everyone welcome (you don’t have to swim to show your support!).
Music by THE GERTRUDES!!
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Thursday, June 21st, 7:30pm
The Kingston Yacht Club (1 Maitland Street)
2012 Canadian Tour Announced!
March 5, 2012
Well, after a quiet winter I’m hitting the road this spring. Gonna make a bunch of stops across the country. Check out facebook and twitter and the website. I have a beautiful ep I recorded last fall with Lake of Stew with some wonder on it but I’m also bringing around a pile of new tunes that i’ve recorded this winter in Nashville. That CD’s gonna come out in the fall, but I thought I’d come pay my respects across the country first. Hope to see you. oml
We’re happy to be playing a show with our old pal Old Man Luedecke.
Part of this year’s Skeleton Park Music Festival
Tickets available in advance at the Kingston Arts Council Office. (253 Ontario Street, Suite 203 – above Chris James.)
A Multi Media Kingston Arts Project which bring s together visual artists, musicians, poets and academics to celebrate our right to clean water. Curated by Su Sheedy.
For more info contact Su at email@example.com
March 22- April 22, 2012 Gallery Hours:
Wed-Sun (12-4pm), Thursday (12-8pm)
Artists: Joe Calnan, Pauline Conley, Jane Derby, Ben Darrah, Mora File, Dave Gordon, Andrea Graham, Maggie Hogan, Dorene Inglis, Susanne Langois, Don Maynard, Marney McDiarmid, Astrid Michels, Chris Miner, Erika Olsen, Matt Rogalsky, Preston Schiedel, Su Sheedy, Andrew Sims, Rebecca Soudant & Sharon Thompson.
EARTH DAY — PUBLIC FORUM
April 22, 2012, 2-5pm
Music: Justin Bird, Chris Brown, Kevin Bowers, The Gertrudes
Poetry Mary Cameron, Eric Folsum, Steve Heighton, Helen Humphreys, Thea Santyr
Speakers: Robyn Hamlyn, Daniel Hendry (Sustainable Kingston), David McDonald (Global Development Studies, Queens), Steve Sottile (Public Utilities Conservationist Officer)
I AM WATER brings together members of the Kingston community to generate discussion on clean water, current ideas on sustainability and what we can do to ensure safe water into the future.
A percentage of sales will be donated to Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, www.waterkeeper.ca
Public donations welcome