1000 Islands / Kingston KOA

2039 Cordukes Road

Kingston, ON K7L 4V4 Canada Canada

Reserve: 800-562-9178

Info: 613-546-6140

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Historic Farmers Market (Starting May)

May 1 - Sep 30, 2014

Fresh local produce in Springer Market Square every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday open 8:30am-4:00pm.

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Movies in the Square Photo

Movies in the Square

Jun 19 - Aug 29, 2014, Every Week

Grab your lawn chair and come down for another great season of Movies in the Square in Spring market square. Movies shown every Thursday at dusk.

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Sunset Ceremonies in July and August Every Wednesday Photo

Sunset Ceremonies in July and August Every Wednesday

Jul 2 - Aug 27, 2014, Every Week

At 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday evening throughout the summer, the rattle of marching troops and the thunder and light of cannons and fireworks will thrill local residents and visitors alike. Featuring more than 60 participants, the ceremony is actually a series of events depicting elements of Fort Henry's historic past. Three units of the Fort Henry Guard - the drill squad or infantry, the drum corps, and the artillery - each put on a parade and presentation. As well, the three groups together present a battle sequence. This is followed by the traditional lights-out ceremony. The large guns on the east battery are fired, after which the flag is lowered and an evening hymn sung. The evening wraps up with an impressive display of fireworks over Fort Henry hill.

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Sunset Ceremonies in July and August on Saturdays Photo

Sunset Ceremonies in July and August on Saturdays

Jul 5 - Aug 31, 2014, Every Week

At 8:30 p.m. every Saturdays evening throughout the summer, the rattle of marching troops and the thunder and light of cannons and fireworks will thrill local residents and visitors alike. Featuring more than 60 participants, the ceremony is actually a series of events depicting elements of Fort Henry's historic past. Three units of the Fort Henry Guard - the drill squad or infantry, the drum corps, and the artillery - each put on a parade and presentation. As well, the three groups together present a battle sequence. This is followed by the traditional lights-out ceremony. The large guns on the east battery are fired, after which the flag is lowered and an evening hymn sung. The evening wraps up with an impressive display of fireworks over Fort Henry hill.

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