Join us on Monday November 27th, 2023 at the Renaissance Event Venue, 285 Queen Street, for the FHF 2023 Awards Ceremony! 2023 Awards Booklet Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Jane’s Walk in Kingston May 5-7, 2023 See janeswalkkingston.wordpress.com for details
The Building Line Working Group of Canada and the Frontenac Heritage Foundation invite you to join a working group to discus and demonstrate the merits and methodology of traditional hot -mixed lime pointing mortar, render and sheltercoat case studies. Where: The Broom Factory, 305 Rideau Street, Kingston, ON When: Saturday May 27, 2023
Regrettably, the scheduled workshop on windows has been cancelled.
Honouring International Women’s Day, Sue Bazely will be giving a talk on this salient indigenous woman. Join us on Wednesday March 8, 2023 at the upper salon of 285 Queen Street. Doors open 7pm with the talk commencing at 7:30pm. Everyone is welcome!
At 2pm on Monday February 20th, 2023, celebrate with us the launch of Bob Banks’s new book ‘Warriors and Warships’ at Memorial Hall, City Hall, 216 Ontario Street, Kingston. Light Refreshments
Join us at The Spire at 7pm in the Upper Hall on October 14 for a talk by Dr. George Lovell who will discuss Spain and Portugal as colonial powers in the late 15th to early 19th centuries, with Lisbon and Seville as the hearts of two global empires, with a focus on art &
Join us on-line at 7pm, Tuesday April 19th, 2022, for a talk by Lena Beliveau, Curator of the Royal Military College Museum. Please email us for a link: email@example.com
Join us and Dr. Jennifer Campbell, Director of the newly formed Heritage Services Department at the City of Kingston, on January 25, 2022 at 7pm via Zoom : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83044224134?pwd=eU0rZGp1K0Z5UXRyOXh3d1Z4cmJadz09 Dr. Jennifer Campbell holds an undergraduate and master’s degree in Anthropology from Memorial University in Newfoundland Labrador, and a doctorate in Anthropology from the University of
Join us 6:30pm Thursday, November 25, at the Upper Hall of the Spire located at 82 Sydenham Street, for a talk by Jennifer McKendry on her new book, “Kingston, The Limestone City : Stone Buildings in the Kingston Region.