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A Virtual Music Lovers’ House Tour
The Kingston Symphony Volunteers present a virtual Music Lovers’ House Tour. Join us from the comfort of your home and virtually tour nine of the most interesting, well-designed, eclectic, and spectacular homes in Kingston and the surrounding region. Passbooks available through our website.
300 lilacs of 83 unique varieties will be showcased, with lilac sales, music and activities, along the Millennium Lilac Trail. This 2.6km trail offers a panoramic picture of the surrounding tree-covered drumlins, forests, uplands and valleys.
The 7th annual Quinte en Plein Air is a four-day event where artists leave their studios behind to paint and showcase their work outdoors. Artists have the opportunity to capture the beautiful images of historic downtown Belleville, the shores of the Bay of Quinte, the famous ‘Old East Hill,’ the Moira River, and numerous other painting locations in the Quinte region.
Do you enjoy trying different handcrafts? Looking to learn a new craft? Join our Craft-a-long group on Facebook for different projects and ideas! We'll be looking at crochet and sharing patterns online. Give them a try, find your favorites, or make them all and have enough pieces to make a blanket. New patterns posted each week on Mondays.
The Cross Cut: Traditional Ontario Folk Songs Revisited Exhibit will be on display at the Peterborough County Agricultural Building. CBC’s Edith Fowke collected folk songs in rural Ontario during the 1950s—many in Peterborough County. Traditional music came to Ontario with European settlers. Lyrics and tunes were adapted to local experiences and the personal preferences of the players, and these offer a reflection of society at different moments in history.