Out & About In Kingston – September 2021

As we fall into cooler days, the Limestone city continues to deliver hot spots and events to fill your days! Check out our quick reference list below

Kingston Mills

The perfect setting for cozy picnics as summer comes to a close. Enjoy watching the boats pass from the waterfront views as they travel through the locks on the Rideau Canal.

Did you know it’s also the first site of a mill on the Rideau? Built at the Cataraqui Falls in 1784!

Winery Tour through Prince Edward County

County Sips is your bet if a one-of-a-kind guided winery tour is on your bucket list.

Hosted by Sommelier Ian Nicholls, groups rave about the laidback yet energetic experience through some of the most beautiful vineyards you can find.

Art all Around

Challenge yourself to view the 20 local artists who have their art featured on Kingston Transit bus stations across the city.

These talented community members have been inspired by life during the pandemic in Kingston. A unique public art project, how will these pieces mirror your own experiences?

Haunted Walk

Haunting locals and newcomers alike, this is a fall mainstay for those in the area.

Take a spooky stroll through Kingston’s old Sydenham Ward and see who can keep their cool the longest. Haunted hotels, hidden burial grounds, grave robbing, old courtyard hangings, and Kingston’s famous haunted courtyard – a night of fright is in sight!