A Couple More Things

There are a couple more items that missed the previous circulation – Playground improvements at the M-Centre and Third Avenue Park, and summer programs at the Kingston School of Art.

1. City seeks input on upgrades to Memorial Centre and Third Avenue playgrounds

Wednesday June 29th from 7:00 – 9:00pm at St Peter Catholic School, 48 Seventh Ave. If you can’t make the meeting you can provide input by email. We’ve been waiting for these for a couple of years, so please come out and let your voice be heard!

Come learn about proposed playground improvements for the Memorial Centre playground and surrounding park area and Third Avenue Park. The City of Kingston is seeking your input at a public meeting set for 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29 at St. Peter Catholic School, 48 Seventh Ave.

  • Proposed improvements to Third Avenue Park include a new playground, seating, pathways and landscaping.
  • Proposed improvements to the playground and surrounding park area at the Memorial Centre include additional playground equipment, seating, picnic tables and pathways.

The City is also seeking feedback on accessibility as it relates to both sites under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), in accordance with Ontario Regulation 191/11.

You may also offer your input by email by July 15.

The press release for the public meeting for the playground upgrades for the Memorial Centre and the park improvements for Third Avenue Park is now posted.

The meeting is included on the ‘Get Involved’ page on the City’s website.

Information is also available on the City’s website under Parks Development. The City will update this information to include conceptual designs prior to June 29th.

2. Summer Programs at the Kingston School of Art

Summer Art Camps, for kids 5 – 12 years old in July and August. For more information visit their website.

REMINDERS

St. Luke’s Strawberry Social – Wednesday June 22nd

Takes place at 236 Nelson St. at 6:00pm. Adults $8, children $4. Come enjoy fresh berries atop cake and ice cream. Plus the bake table features all kinds of homemade pies, cakes, cookies, as well as fresh picked berries for sale. Don’t miss out!

June & July – Free workshop to manage home drainage

Learning how storm water and rainfall should be handled on a property can help conserve water and reduce the risk of water damage, while helping to protect neighbours from basement flooding and sewage back-ups. Utilities Kingston invites homeowners to participate in a free workshop to help them manage excess water on their property and prevent basement flooding, and comply with the City of Kingston’s “Sewer Use By-law”. Register today using the online form.

Summer Archery Lessons – July 7th to August 25th

If you’re looking for something fun to try this summer why not learn archery at the Kingston Archery Club. Eight one-hour lessons for beginners and advanced beginners at the indoor range at St. Luke’s 236 Nelson St. For more information and registration details go to the club’s website.