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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
We are pleased to announce the release of Jennifer McKendry’s new book, “Kingston, The Limestone City : Stone Buildings in the Kingston Region”. This new volume is available for purchase at Novel Idea, Princess and Bagot, Kingston. You can contact the store at email@example.com or 613-546-9799. See the announcement for details.
At 7pm on Monday, March 15, 2021, join us by Zoom for a talk by John Grenville where he will discus Downtown Kingston as portrayed in postcards since the early 1900’s. https://frontenacheritage.us20.list-manage.com/track/click?u=86941cf5d91f3650b5627ded5&id=3e9db76e33&e=1c999d34bd
The term ‘NIMBY’ or ‘Not in My Backyard’ is often used to discredit local activists who seek to ward off unfavourable development in their neighbourhoods. In this talk Christine Sypnowich suggests that, far from being purely selfish, those who take up such causes can be valuable custodians of the common good. On Tuesday February 16,
On Tuesday March 24th, 2020 at 7pm, join Jennifer McKendry at the Kingston Public Library at the Central Branch, Meeting Room 1 (130 Johnson St) for examine the careers of architects working in the Kingston region in the 19th century. These include George Browne, William Coverdale, Henry Horsey, William Newlands and Power and Son, as
(is there cause for celebration?) At 6:30 pm on Thursday, February 13, 2020 Carl Bray and Marcus Latourneau, Heritage Professionals, will talk on updates in the heritage world. Talk starts at 7pm in the Central Kingston Library Meeting Room 1 at 130 Johnson Street.
At 2pm on January 25, 2020, Paul Robertson, City of Kingston Curator, will speak about the McCausland-Designed stained glass windows in Memorial Hall. Location: City Hall, 216 Ontario St, 2nd Floor.
On September 25, 2019, join Ottawa Architect Toon Dreessen for a talk about development. This will be held at 7pm at the Kingston Public Library Central Branch, Meeting Room 1, 130 Johnson Street.