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Kingston Buskers Rendezvous celebrates 25 years of fun By Kristen Coughlar

EMC Events – “It’s hard to believe that what started out as a sort of enhancement to a sidewalk sale has grown into 25 years of one of the best known and well-attended buskers festivals in North America,” says Jan MacDonald as she discusses this year’s Kingston Buskers Rendezvous. This year’s festival kicks off today in the Limestone City; over the course of the next four days, local residents and visitors will have the chance to catch 25 different buskers acts, as they are performed on the streets of downtown Kingston. MacDonald, projects manager-marketing with Downtown Kingston!, says that each year the festival organizers strive to have a combination of returning favourites and fresh faces among the festival lineup. “This year we seem to have more new acts than we’ve had in a while,” she explains. That being said, loyal festival-goers will find a few familiar faces among this year’s lineup, including last year’s People’s Choice winner, Dream State Circus. Sophie and Jacob will once again entertain Kingston crowds with a mixture of acrobalance, juggling, comedy and balloon twistology. “They’ll be wonderful as always,” MacDonald says. In addition, Daniel Craig and Kimberly Olson-Wheeler, will be returning to the Limestone City. Both have appeared in past Kingston buskers festivals, Craig with The Dan Show and Olson-Wheeler with the Aerial An-

gels. Now married, the pair are bringing their show The Street Circus to Kingston audiences for the first time, performing over 100 tricks and stunts including the cyr wheel, hand to hand acrobatics, hula hoops, handstands, contortion, fire juggling and comedy. Other returning favourites include the artist formerly known as Aidan Orange and his new show Billions Cobra; the folk music/hip-hop busking band The Four Roads; football freestyler and five Guinness World Record holder Victor Rubilar; the mechanical musical marvel Pierre St. Pierre; and more. Completely new to the Kingston Buskers Rendezvous is a selection of 13 acts. “For breakdance lovers, which I know there are many in Kingston, there is a group coming from California called The Flying Tortillas. They look like they are going to be loads of fun,” says MacDonald. A group of young performers, The Flying Tortillas are set to entertain audiences will a mix of acrobatics, stunts, tumbling, breakdancing, circus skills and comedy. “There’s a guy from Australia called The Amazing Mr. Fish; I think the kids will really enjoy him,” MacDonald adds. In the finale of his show, The Amazing Mr. Fish rides a 10-foot unicycle with one foot whilst balancing a fish on the other and then kicks the fish through the air in an attempt to land it in a fish bowl on top of his head. Yet another newcomer is Derek McAlister and his act The Twin Tango. A charming and funny love story is told in this show that incorporates clown,

Daniel and Kimberly Craig will be among performers at this year’s Kingston Buskers Rendezvous. mime, dance and a Chinese pole. “It’s sort of a wooing of a girlfriend kind of show; I think people will really get a kick out of it,” says MacDonald. If that weren’t enough, audiences can check out the card, coin and rope tricks of David Elliot; the hula hooping skills of Lisa Lottie in her show Bend it Like Barbie; or the beatboxing and livelooping talents of Georg Viktor Emmanuel.

A full list of all 2013 Kingston Buskers Rendezvous performers can be found online at People can catch these buskers performing at locations throughout downtown Kingston Thursday through Sunday. With more than a quarter century under its belt, the Kingston Buskers Rendezvous has proven itself to be a popular summer pastime for local resi-

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EMC News – The future of Belle Park Fairways could be decided as early as next week. The nine-hole public golf course has been operating under a cloud of uncertainty since a preliminary staff report last year suggested the money-losing venue may be closed. A final staff report on options to address the financial sustainability issue is expected to be presented to city council July 16, according to the Friends of Belle Park. “I’m looking forward to seeing it. We have some work to do there,” said Mayor Mark Gerretsen in advance of the report and recommendations. The mayor points to recent upgrades at Lake Ontario Park, which reopened with a $4 million facelift, as an exam-

ple of what could be done to reinvent Belle Park on Montreal Street if council agrees to it. The golf course does not take up the park’s entire 44 hectares, but its mounting tax subsidy has been red-flagged in the city’s quest to find budget savings. It has operated in a growing deficit position since 2006 and currently requires an annual tax subsidy of about $200,000. City officials say the golf course is not a core recreational service and may no longer be financially sustainable. They’ve been looking at whether the city should get out of the golfing game or develop a new business model to reduce its tax subsidy. Friends of Belle Park, a local citizens group, has been working with the city on strategies to save the 38 year old golf course, located atop a former municipal landfill, and find new ways to make it

profitable. Group spokesperson Jacques Menard believes Belle Park Fairways could attract more daily users and seasonal memberships if the city were to make a significant capital investment to spruce up the grounds. Menard says needed municipal improvements to the golf operation - such as resurfacing the tee decks and fairways and relocating greens - have been neglected for too long. The initial 2012 staff report said Belle Park Fairways needs at least one million dollars in capital improvements. It also provided four options to deal with the revenue and membership decline of the only city-run golf course: keep status quo tax-subsidized golfing at Belle Park, outsource golfing to the private sector, terminate golfing and transform the entire area into a passive park, or build a solar farm and passive park.

Council rejected the solar farm option earlier this year. “Do we want to be remembered as the people who turned over the waterfront for a solar farm?” asked Coun. Bill Glover during the April 23 debate that resulted in a 10-3 vote to reject moneymaking solar panels in the park. That vote did not save the golf course. It just removed one of the options. Friends of Belle Park is gratified the “misconceived” idea of planting an industrial solar farm on park land is off the table. Aside from the ongoing financial pressures of subsidizing a golf course, city councillors must also consider the community benefits of keeping it open. Supporters of Belle Park Fairways say it offers affordable and accessible recreational space in a city that tries to promote healthy, active living among

those with modest means. Menard agrees the current green fees - with rates that are 15 to 59 percent lower than privately-run golf courses in the Kingston area - must change as part of a revamped business model. One option being discussed is for a not-for-profit citizens’ board to take over the golfing operation with higher fees, new membership packages, enhanced marketing and a large capital investment from the city to make the course more self-sufficient. “We are committed to bringing sustainability back to Belle Park, not compete with the private sector,” Menard explained at a recent council meeting. He says every mature city has a municipal golf course, and Kingston’s is worth saving.

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EMC Business - “For my entire life, I’ve always been focused on the environment,” says Sean MacGillis. “It’s a passion of mine.” Now, MacGillis is turning that passion into a business with a little help from 2013 Summer Company program. Summer Company gives students ages 15-29 the opportunity to create and launch a summer business venture. Successful applicants received up to $1,500 in start-up funding, hands-on business coaching, training, and mentoring. The program, which originated in 2001, is facilitated here locally by the KEDCO Entrepreneurship Centre. MacGillis’ business, Mother Earth Enterprises, provides emissions-free lawn care and landscaping. With the help of Summer Company program, MacGillis hopes to modernize lawn care by returning to traditional methods. “Operating your average piece of lawn equipment can generate an equal amount of emissions as driving a car

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EMC Editorial - In January, I wrote a column expressing how I was excited to return to work after maternity leave, but also nervous about starting life as a working mom and learning to juggle motherhood with my full-time reporting job. Six months later, I can honestly say that I never knew life could be as hectic as it has been since my return, and particularly since the end of Steve’s parental leave in April. The upside is that my days are so busy I don’t have a lot of time to sit around and get upset about how crazy they are. The downside is that prioritizing and making difficult compromises are now daily realities. One of the most difficult areas of compromise has been choosing between optimal health and optimal home cleanliness. Without having any formal discussions on the matter, our household chose health, and while I’m glad we did, some days our home drives me up the wall. Cooking healthy meals, for instance, takes time. It’s also messy, as it usually involves chopping, peeling, and de-stemming various kinds of

vegetables, and dirtying more than one pan. (Steve, who does most of the cooking, is unenthusiastic about the whole “clean as you go” philosophy. While I have pointed out its benefits on several occasions, he doesn’t seem to believe me and I don’t want to push it because let’s face it, I am lucky to have a husband who cooks.) What this all means is that by the time we sit down to eat dinner, the kitchen looks like a hurricane went through. Further time is thus required to get the kitchen to a somewhat acceptable level of cleanliness. In the remaining hour or so before Summer goes to bed, one of us will usually engage in some sort of exercise - running, yoga, baseball - while the other spends some quality time with our daughter, baths her, reads to her and puts her down. Then one of us will walk the dog while the other works on cleaning the kitchen some more. Finally, we collapse onto the couch for half an hour of TV watching before our own bedtime, which is embarrassingly soon after Summer’s. What’s missing from this picture? Basic tasks like vacuuming and laundry, which used to get done at least twice a week. Now, these chores have been relegated to weekends, which is not good because they really should be done at an even greater frequency than they were pre-Summer. The amount of dirty laundry that has usually piled up by Friday could (and

sometimes nearly does) fill the entire floor of our laundry room. Sometimes, it does feel a bit selfish or irresponsible to go off on my run or to yoga when I know the hamper is overflowing with clothes to be washed, probably because running and yoga are activities I genuinely enjoy doing. But isn’t neglecting your health just as bad if not worse than neglecting household clutter? Or maybe I just need more time to work on this whole balancing act. If it’s this crazy now, imagine how it will be in a few years, when Summer needs to be chauffeured to various after school activities. Does this mean that health and a tidy home – among a number of other things I don’t have room to get into here– will all eventually need to be sacrificed? I don’t think so, because I have seen a number of examples of parents with young children who manage keep pristine homes, cook healthy meals, and be fully involved moms and dads despite the fact that they both work full time. I would love to hear some tips from some of the more experienced working parents out there. From where I stand, it doesn’t seem like there are enough hours in the day to get everything done, but perhaps it doesn’t have to be this way. Any advice on how to bend time? Or at least manage it better?

Heat dangers and pets EMC Editorial – Did you know that each year many pets die as a result of being left in parked cars during hot weather? With the recent hot and humid temperatures the region has been experiencing, we think it timely to remind residents in the KFL&A area of the dangers that summertime heat can pose to our pets. In a Facebook post just weeks ago, the Kingston Humane Society informed the public that it had responded to a call involving a dog that had been left in a dark blue truck with the windows barely parted for a period of 40 minutes. “We arrived in time, but the next dog might not be so lucky,” a section of the post read. According to the Ontario SPCA, “temperatures in a parked car, even with the windows open and in the shade, can rapidly reach very dangerous levels, even on a relatively mild summer day.” Further to that, the organization notes that a dog’s normal temperature is about 39 degrees Celsius, and due to a limited ability to sweat, even a short time in a hot environment, i.e. a vehicle, can be life threatening. In fact, a dog can only withstand a body temperature of 41 degrees Celsius for a short time before suffering irreparable brain damage or death. It’s for this reason, that pet owners are advised to leave their animals at home where it is cool. It should also be noted that pets can also be in danger when left outdoors on hot summer days. The Ontario SPCA notes that dogs should only be left outside for short periods, should have a cool, sheltered place out of the sun, and be provided with ample water. Particular dogs, the organization notes, including northern breeds and short-muzzled dogs, can experience more difficulties in the heat, and that overweight dogs, puppies under six months of age, dogs with medical conditions and dogs on certain medications can also be susceptible to heat exposure. If you find and suspect a pet may be suffering from heat exhaustion, and the owner cannot be located, the Ontario SPCA advises calling a local branch of the organization, the humane society, or the police.

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Cataraqui Canoe Club – Saturday, July 13: Gananoque Lake Tour. Join us on this new route for the club. We will put in on the east side and paddle up to the narrow scenic part, on through the picturesque Crank and northward, then return. Call 613-542-1054 www.cataraquicanoe.

drive west on The Loyalist Parkway (Hwy 33) and turn right at Adolphustown (County Rd. 8). Go straight through Dorland to Hay Bay where the road curves to the right. The Church is on your left, by the water. The cottage (custodian’s) phone # is 613-373-2261.

The Epilepsy Resource Centre will be hosting monthly Parent Support Groups for individuals that have a child/children with epilepsy or seizure disorders. These monthly meetings will occur on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. The support group will take place at our Kingston Office location at 100 Stuart St., Second Floor. For more information or to attend the groups, please contact our office at (613) 542-6222 or by email at

Peachy Keen BBQ Wednesday, July 17, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sit back and relax in the garden with barbeque favourites and the barbershop harmonies of the Kingston Townsmen Chorus. Advance tickets only available at 56 Francis St. or 613-548-7810. Brought to you by the Seniors Association and Revera Retirement. GriefShare. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare is a support group for anyone who has lost a loved one. The group meets on Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. at Westside Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, and Thursday afternoons from 1-2:30 p.m. at Bayridge Alliance Church in the Fireside Room. For more information or to register call 613-384-7306 or email the

Nature Walk July 18, 9-11 a.m. The Kingston Field Naturalists guide you on a free, 3km walk through Lemoine Point Conservation Area; it is the perfect spot to learn about indigenous birds, insects, and plants. Geared to seniors and grandchildren. Call 613-548-7810 to register in advance then meet at the south parking lot. Call for 6Squared Artwork. Submissions for Kingston’s new non-juried Art Exhibition and Canadian Blood Services blood donor clinic ev- Sale - 6Squared - accepted until Oct. 25. Open ery Tuesday and Wednesday, 3-7 p.m. Thursday to everyone – artists, celebrities, designers, and clinics, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Where: 850 Gardiners you. Works in all media measuring precisely 6” Rd., Unit B. x 6” are welcome (must be unsigned). Information & guidelines: or 613-532New for the summer: Boomers Fitness Walk 6222. for 50+yrs. Walk to the Beat Plus Stretch and Strength group are invite you to a free ‘walk’ pro- Shout Sister Choir welcomes new members. gram at Holy Cross High School on Tuesday and Practices are Tuesday evenings from 7 p.m. to 9 Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m. in Kingston’s p.m. at the Kingston Seniors Centre, 56 Francis west end. Join us. Physical Limitations? “Gentle St. Movements to Music” classes are especially tailored to improve joint mobility, increase energy Tickets for ‘The Kingston Symphony presents and ease joint discomfort through Progressive 75 Years of Modern Music’ are now on-sale. A Muscle Relaxation. Join us, Wednesday morn- limited number of early bird discount will be ings with those who share your daily challenges available. Tickets can be purchased on-line at of living with Fibromyalgia/Arthritis and other or at the Fort Henry Disphysical limitations at 50+ Fitness in Kingston’s covery Centre. For more information call the St. west end. Women’s Shelter’s Fundraising offer- Lawrence Parks Commission Customer Service ing: Boomers Golf clinics based upon Desk-Fit at 1-800-437-2233. VIP Meet & Greet Packages for Golfers book. Held rainy day Wednesdays include VIP parking, seating in the Balcony Bays and Saturday mornings, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. for and an invitation to the Post Show Party with golfers 50+ yrs who would like to improve dis- the opportunity to meet and have a picture taken tance/accuracy of the ball, as well as addressing with selected symphony members, Conductor injuries specific to golf. For additional info on all Glen Fast and the other artists. For VIP Meet programs, please call Dee at 613-389-6540. and Greet Post Party Reception Packages with conductor and artists, please contact: Mae Finlay The Old Hay Bay Church, built in 1792 is open at OTX Events by email at, or 7 days a week from now until Sept. 16. There call at 613-532.-5997. Symphonic melodies with is a custodian to interpret the history and heri- a twist will fill the air at historic Fort Henry this tage. Displays, artifacts and literature help make summer, after a stellar ‘sold out’ performance the story of this building come alive. Come and last year by the Kingston Symphony Orchestra bring family, relatives or friends to have a picnic, and guests. The Kingston Symphony returns to plan a wedding, connect with the faith or our for- Fort Henry on Aug. 2 at 8 p.m., taking guests to bears, or trace genealogical links with Loyalists the next level by celebrating 75 years of Modand other pioneers. The Church is 30 km south ern Music with a truly eclectic mix of six superb and west of Napanee on the South Shore Road Canadian voices with styles ranging from pop – civic #2365 or 9.5 km from the Glenora Ferry. to opera and cabaret to rock will front the SymTurn left at County Rd 8, just east of the Vil- phony. Among performers in this year’s show are lage of Adolphustown. From Kingston, you can Patricia O’ Callaghan, Jon Harvey, Christopher




Dallo, Derrick Ballard, Emily Fennell, and Jay offers) at The Standeasy at the RCHA Club, 193 ‘Smitty’ Smith. Ontario St., Saturday, July 13. Doors Open 8 p.m. Show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets available by calling Join us at the Fur Ball Friday, July 19 for one of 613-384-8168. Note – limited seating; only 80 the summer’s best party cruises and a fundraiser tickets available for this show. Call now or you for the Gananoque & District Humane Society. won’t get tickets for one of the world’s very best The two-hour St. Lawrence cruise, starting at 6 guitar slingers. JW has been nominated for 13 p.m., is sponsored by the 1000 Islands Cruises Maple Blues Awards he has won Best Guitarist, Rockport Boat Line and features spectacular sun- Best Vocalist, Best Electric Act and Best Band, set scenery, live classic rock by R-Banned, free he has released seven albums to date. This show snacks, cash bar, and dancing. Costumes, espe- is sponsored through a grant from the Kingston cially of an animal theme, are encouraged, but Arts Council and the City of Kingston. optional. Tickets are on sale at Cornwall’s Pub in Rockport, 613-659-2338, and at our shelter on Are you sick? Depressed? You are welcome to Hwy 32 just north of the 401 Monday through Kingston Healing Clinic where trained personnel Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon - 613-382-1512, will pray for you. Every Monday between 6-9 or call 613-923-1953 or email arlene@arlen- p.m., 999 Sydenham Rd., Kingston. Third Day Worship Centre. We believe in miracles. Friday night karaoke July 12 hosted by R&R Karaoke from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. in the lounge of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 560, 734 Montreal St. All welcome. Small cover for nonmembers.

nings July 17, weather permitting. Come and join in the fun, listen to the music, tap your toes and join the dance. Vacation Bible School. Ages 5-15. July 1519.’The Shepherd’s Voice’. Calvary Bible Church, 395 Nelson St. (9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.). Songs, Bible verses, games, snack, week-long woodcraft, prizes. Register Now. ( or 613-546-4307). On Wednesdays until Aug. 21, you can bring your book donations to the Kingston Symphony Warehouse from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Fiction & nonfiction; hardcovers, complete with their signatures, bookplates, and dust jackets (no matter the jacket’s condition); pocketbooks and paperbacks; books on tape/CD; sheet music & song books. Please check the website for details on what to donate, (what not to donate) and how to pack those precious items to keep them in good condition. Kingston Symphony Warehouse, 785 Sir John A Macdonald Blvd., Kingston. Turnoff is just north of Princess Street - follow the green signs. Book Fair to follow Sept 17-21.

The Kingston Unit 12 of The Korea Veterans Association of Canada meets every second Monday of each month September to May at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 560 at 734 Monreal St. All Korea Veterans and their wives are welcome. For more info. please contact Sandra or Tony at Arthritis Clinic July 16. The Arthritis Society 613-546-1970 or e-mail sandradee558 @sympacomes to The Seniors Centre the 1st and 3rd Garden Tour - July 14, 12 noon - 5 p.m., west Tuesday of the month to provide free one-on-one Kingston and Amherstview. Advance Tickets are clinics. Call 1.800.321.1433 ext 1584 for an ap- Retired from Bell? We’re the Bell Pensioners’ available at Avenue Florist, Downtown Kingston pointment. Group (BPG), representing retirees from Bell Visitors Centre, Expressions Fashion Boutique, and its affiliate companies. Our mandate is to In Bloom, Plants & Pots, Pam’s Flower Garden Drum Circle. Hosted by Julian Gregory. Drop protect your defined benefit pension and benefits. and Loyalist Flowers in Amherstview, or by into the drum circle at City Park (at the south end BPG will inform, advise, represent and support phoning Jeanne Stoness (613) 767-7175. Created of the park, near King & Maitland) on Sundays, you. Visit and if by Rideau 1000 Islands Master Gardeners. 2-4 p.m. No experience necessary. Free. This you’re not already a member, click on the Memcircle is open to all. Bring hand drums (African, bership tab or contact us at ottawa@bellpension- Family Wednesdays in July in Douglas R. Irish, etc.), shakers, flutes, and other instruments. Fluhrer Park, from 3-4:30 p.m. July 17: EcoIf you don’t have any, we have extra. Come to Art: “Shayne Lite”, 3 p.m. Friends of Kingsplay, or sit back and watch. Free parking on the Beginner Yoga Classes at 5 Beaver Cres. off of ton Inner Harbour invite you to participate in dirt road in the park. We meet at Ben’s Pub (105 Collins Bay Road. Thursday classes: 6:45 - 8 an Eco-Art outdoor workshop “Shayne Lite”. Clergy St.) if it rains, 8-10 p.m. Wheelchair ac- p.m. - 9 classes. Friday classes: 9:15 - 10:30 a.m. Inspired by Kingston artist Shayne Dark, we cessible. Email to - 10 classes. For more info: Sharon at 613-384- will create decorative branches. Free. All ages get on the email list and for more information. 1547 or welcome! Free juice, fruit and snacks. (Doug Fluhrer Park is north on Wellington St. behind TGIF Friday with Teagan July 12 from 5:30-8 The Bath Gardening Club is inviting all garden Rideaucrest). Doggie Meet and Greet Wednesp.m. at the Standeasy at the RCHA Club, 193 lovers who are interested, to join them on their day, July 17 between 5-7 p.m. A chance for dogs Ontario St. RCHA Jazz Jam Friday, July 12 from bus trip to the Montreal Botanical Gardens.Mon- and their walkers to say hello. Free doggie treats 8:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. Kingston Blues Society day, August 19. Booking with McCoy will be provided by Urban Paws. Lucky draw with prospecial event July 13 from 8:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. kept open till July 15. If we have not filled all the ceeds going to the Kingston Humane Society. Unplugged open mic folk night Sunday, July 14 seats by then the trip will be cancelled and your Free juice and goodies for dog owners, family at 7:30 p.m. Jon McLurg and Friends Thursday, money returned. and friends. July 18 from 8:30-11 p.m.; www. Are you troubled by someone’s drinking? Call Singles Only Club of Kingston events. Steak Al-Anon/Alateen Family Groups, 613-384- night at RAXX is on Friday, July 12 at 5:30 p.m. The ‘Silver Wings’ welcomes ex-service mem- 2134. Join Ron and the gang for a delicious steak dinbers from all branches. For a fun social evening, ner. Non members welcome. RAXX is located please join us at 416 Wing, Kingston, on the third Simply Paradise Dance every Sunday, 6-10 p.m. at 665 Development Dr. Join Ron and the gang Friday of every month at 6 p.m. For more details at the 560 Legion, 734 Montreal St., Kingston. for Fish and Chips at RAXX on Tuesday, July and info please contact Molly at 613-389-6120. Admission includes munchies, prizes and a de- 16 at 5:30 p.m. We have our monthly meeting at licious meal. Dance the night away to a mag- Smitty’s on Wednesday, July 17 from 6 -8 p.m. Seniors Community Club #523 Centre 70, cor- nificent selection of music by Superior Sound. Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the meeting starts at 7 ner of Days and Front Road. Shuffleboard and Singles or Couples ages 40-90 all welcome. The p.m. in the room at the back of the restaurant. Bridge Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, 1 p.m. dance celebrated its 25th anniversary in April Smitty’s is located at 2376 Princess St in the to 3:30 p.m. New members welcome. 2010. Contact: Shirley Skinner, 613-634-1607. Chapters plaza. Come and find out what we are all about. For more information call our club Kingston Blues Society Presents JW Jones (up Summer Scottish Country Dancing takes place line at 613 530 4912 or email sockingston@ close and personal in a way only the RCHA Club at 7 p.m. at Newlands Pavilion Wednesday Eve-

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Rideau Trail Kingston Club 7th Annual Slide ‘n Swim Hike Saturday, July 13. A seasonal favourite, this challenging hike over difficult terrain at a moderate pace for some 14.6 km is well worth the effort for a refreshing swim at the waterfalls. Departure time is 8:30 a.m. from the Canadian Tire Parking Lot at the Kingston Centre along Bath Road, where carpooling will be available. Details: (613)8583183 or

for the day, including a brown bag lunch. At each location, we will meet at 9 a.m. to acquaint everyone with the nearest washroom, facilities, picnic lunch spot and good spots to paint.. July 17: Rideau Acres Campground on Highway 15, just past Kingston Mills Rd. If questioned, tell them you are with the Outdoor Painters and the admission fee has been waived for us. We will meet in the main parking lot by the banquet hall.

jurors) for this Exhibition is Katerina Atanassova, Chief Curator for the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Open June 27 to July 14, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. All works are for sale. Since the show began in 1993, over $200,000 worth of art by county artists has been sold to collectors and art lovers through this prestigious show. For more info: www.

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church opens its doors for free tours of the sanctuary for the summer. Tours run until Saturday, Aug. 24. The church is open for tours from Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come and see the beautiful stained glass windows and learn about St. Andrew’s connections to Sir John A. Macdonald and Queen’s University. Tours can be guided or self-guided and include a scavenger hunt with prizes for kids. There will also be events throughout the summer including a music series. More information about these events will be available soon. For more information about the tours, please visit St. Andrew’s website: and click on the church tours link. St. Andrew’s is located on the corner of Princess St. and Clergy St. (130 Clergy St. East).

Arts Extravaganza Tuesday July 16 & 18 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Learn new painting techniques using various media & materials Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July. Tuesday’s topic: painting rocks. Some art supplies included. Topic: acrylic portraits. Call 613-548-7810.

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39 Club of Kingston Dance Friday, July 12. Music by The Code Family. 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Collins Bay Royal Canadian Legion 631, 4034 Bath Rd. Singles and couples welcome. Dress code in effect 20th Annual Art in the County Juried Art Exhibition and Sale June 27 to July 14, 2nd floor, Books & Company, 289 Main St., Picton - Prince Edward County. Celebrating 20 years, Art in the County is Eastern Ontario’s premier juried art exhibition and sale. Enjoy an impressive range of fine artworks offering a visual feast for both art lovers and collectors. We are thrilled to announce that the curator (as well as one of three prestigious



Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul Heirloom Seed Sanctuary workshop. Join us Tuesday, July 16, 7-8:30 p.m. for a Weed Walk. Bring the weed you love to hate for identification, and wear your walking shoes to tour the gardens and find out what weeds are trying to tell us about our land. At the Heirloom Seed Sanctuary barn behind the Sisters of Providence Motherhouse, 1200 Princess St, Kingston. All are welcome, refreshments included, Walk Line 9 Saturday, July 13, 10-11 a.m. no fees but donations are welcome. www. Please join us as we walk and bike a sec-; tion of Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline. We will hsskingston; see firsthand the areas of Kingston that are threatened by tar sands bitumen. Along the Baha’i Faith Devotional Gathering Saturday, way, we will be educated by a local biologist July 13. The Baha’i Community of Kingston and other speakers about the specific dan- welcomes everyone to a devotional gathergers the pipeline will impose. On this sum- ing on the theme “Virtues: Truthfulness & mer morning, join us as we re-connect with Trustworthiness” at 2:30 p.m. at 99 York St. nature, meet friends and allies, learn about Further 613-634the risks we face, and discuss how we can 0767. protect our community. Walkers are asked to meet at our starting point, Unity Road and McKendry Road, at 10 a.m. Please email if you July 14 at 2 p.m. - Annual Wilmur Cemetery would like a ride, or if you can pick up oth- Memorial Service in the old Wilmur Church ers. Cyclists are asked to meet downtown at at the corner of McFadden & Wilmer Roads. Market Square at 9 a.m., to bike en masse to For info call 613-353-2470. the starting point. This is a great opportunity to rAise awareness by putting an anti-tar Southern Frontenac Community Services sands pipeline sign on your bike. Our route Corporation offers a Caregiver Support Dropwill not run through private property, and in the second Tuesday of every month from 9 we do not expect to disturb local landown- a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Grace Centre in Sydeners. Please email ham. This is an opportunity for those who are with questions. Caregivers to enjoy a cup of coffee/tea with


other Caregivers in a safe and supportive environment. It is possible, with prior arrangements, to bring your loved one with you who will be cared for by caring and qualified staff of the Adult Day Service. For more information please contact Mary Gaynor-Briese, Caregiver Support at 613-376-6477. Bedford’s Bi-weekly Open Mic and Jam, 1-5 p.m. July 14 at Bedford Community Hall, 1381 Westport Rd. Featuring: Bluegrass, Country, Gospel and more. More info: 613374-2614 or 613-374-2535. Open Mic Night every Friday at the Storrington Centre Fire Hall in Sunbury, 7-10 p.m. Old and new country, gospel, bluegrass and more. No cover charge. Sharbot Lake Farmers Market open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from Victoria Day weekend through Thanksgiving. Visit www. Frontenac Farmer’s Market, Lion’s Centre, Verona, Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. until Oct. 26. Come shop for local products from local farmers and vendors. Enjoy breakfast or a coffee at the Lions canteen. Glenburnie United Church is hosting a Down East Lobster Supper & Entertainment July 13. Doors open at 5 p.m. Reservations required. Call 613-542-3556.

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Pet Project: City moves closer to banning ‘unsourced’ dog, cat sales at pet stores By Bill Hutchins Reporter

EMC News – Kingston’s pet stores could soon be on a tighter leash. The city is moving ahead with a new bylaw to ban the sale of unsourced cats, dogs and rabbits in commercial pet stores. It would make Kingston only the third Ontario city to enact such a ban. A new staff report to the arts, recreation and community policies committee recommends pet stores be given three months from the date the bylaw is passed to “deplete their inventory of dogs, cats and rabbits that they have for sale.” The bylaw would also prevent pet owners from turning in their unwanted animals to pet stores for resale. Coun. Lisa Osanic says this closes a “loophole” that could allow pet store employees posing as residents to buy unsourced animals and then covertly donate them to their own stores – a loophole Toronto is now trying to close in its own pet sale ban. Local councillors first proposed the retail restrictions last February in order to reduce the city’s growing number of unwanted and stray animals, and to curb the sale of animals from illegal breeders and puppy mills. A draft bylaw went to the committee in late June before it moves on to council for final approval.

“Pet store owners will not be permitted to purchase or accept free any of these animals after the date that the bylaw comes into effect,” according to the proposed bylaw. Supporters of the ban say it’s not as drastic as some may think. They point out pet stores can still sell cats, dogs and rabbits as long as they come spayed or neutered from animal shelters and rescue groups. The new rules could be approved by council later this summer, which means pet store owners would likely have until the end of the year to come up with a new business plan. Cliff and Sarah Perry, owners of The Pet Store in the Cataraqui Town Centre, have collected over 1,500 signatures from their customers expressing concern with the bylaw. They say if stores like theirs can’t “rehome” unplanned and unwanted litters then it will lead to an influx of unwanted pets at the Kingston Humane Society. They wrote a letter to the mayor April 30 urging the bylaw’s implementation be delayed for one year to give them more time to develop a new business plan. “Our proposal would be it starts in June 2014, we don’t think this is too much to ask as this change made quickly would end our business.” The Pet Store owners have said the proposed pet sale restrictions will impact about 40 percent of their rev-

enues. Instead, city officials are recommending a three-month grace period for local pet stores to phase-out the sale of unsourced dogs, cats and rabbits. Critics believe the bylaw will drive

more pet owners and buyers to popular web sites, like Kijiji, which are more difficult to monitor and enforce, or to stores in neighbouring municipalities. Others say Kingston should not be infringing on the rights of retailers to sell a legal product.

However, groups like Kingston Animal Rescue says the city’s actions are progressive. The proposed bylaw does not prohibit the existing sale of other pets such as reptiles, spiders, fish and birds.



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More health care service on Wolfe Island … Less ferry chaos? By Margaret Knott Correspondent

people can find a comfort level, to have simple things done.. Much like what you are trying to do here so that people do not have to take the ferry off the island for services that could be offered under the watchful eye of the paramedic, We are often called when there is no one else to call, often the first person people see, Some clinics have identified diabetics who didn’t know,’ he said. Charbonneau noted the program was not eligible for land ambulance grants but is fully county supported at this time “as a proof of concept pilot project, a first foray into health care as a Paramedic Service.” (The possibility of Paramedic led clinics was identified by the WI Clinic Board as a logical initiative for the isolated island community.) The clinics are free of charge and operate on a walk-in basis. First visits can last up to 25 minutes, less at subsequent checkups. First time clients receive a Health Booklet to record personal information, and list medications. Vital R0012200190


EMC news-Wolfe is gearing up for the third in a series of relatively new and exciting Paramedicine Wellness Clinics at the WI Community Medical Clinic . The Paramedicine Clinics are a Frontenac County Paramedic Services a pilot program . The program is in support of islanders efforts to stay in their homes longer, reduce demands on emergency services and hospitals and maybe even reduce health care costs. The service includes Paramedics taking and recording vital signs as well as answering client questions within their scope of practice, and working with other community health members. The Paramedicine Clinic’s are held on the island every 6 weeks, in conjunction with the

regular island foot care clinics initiated by the Seniors Association. The next date is July 22nd 10:30 am-1;30 pm Paul Charbonneau, Director of Frontenac Paramedic Services announced Wolfe Island as the location for Frontenac County’s first Paramedicine Wellness Clinic at a WI Community Medical Clinic AGM held in May. . “The goal of Paramedicine Wellness Cinics is to reduce 911 calls . That’s what it is all about,” Charbonneau said at the time. “What can we do as part of the health care system to prevent more emergency calls? “Paramedicine can be visiting seniors in their homes, or offer heart rehabilitation programs,” he said citing a program held at a local school gym in Renfrew, (instead of having to travel to Ottawa). “Or a wellness clinic as a place where

signs (BP,pulse, respiration, oxygen saturation, temperature, blood glucose and body weight) are taken and recorded by the paramedic. The booklet is kept by the client between visits and can be used as a reference at physician appointments.. It should be noted that if a client experiences a medical emergency during a visit, or has a serious health issue that requires immediate attention, paramedics will deal with that situation accordingly - performing on-site care and transfer to the hospital as required. The first Paramedicine Clinics was well attended and it is anticipated islanders will use the service on a regular basis to avoid a trip on the ferry. Remaining 2013 Paramedicine Clinic dates including July 22nd are August 26, October 7, and November 8. All Wolfe Island residents are welcome. As a member of the clinic board so aptly put it: “Use it or Lose it…” Around Town :In spite of the weather the island is very busy. Many cyclists, walk ons coming to the island, The Island \grill has opened with a bang.. New bright inviting décor. The WIPP always busy as is |Fargo’s and Niles, the WI Bakery, Tenango’s, the General Wolfe, and Cycling Rentals. * A cottage auction was held where

many of us didn’t even know a cottage existed. * Work continues at the community garden.* The Old House Museum has opened for the summer. Newly renovated.. looks great…* The Stone Heron Gallery is open. Great place to visit as is The Craft shop… Coming Events: * Wolfe Island Classic 2013 Sunday July 07, 2013 * Frontenac Paramedicine Clinic Date- July 22nd. For further events visit:wolfeisland. com *Taste of Wolfe Island Farm to table dinner July 27th Tickets:Fargo’s, TARA Kingston * Euchre 7pm Thursday’s WI United Church * Scene of Crime Festival Saturday August the 17th. Register Scene of Crime

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it would do,” says Urbanksi. The book also cracked the top 10 in the broader business category. Out of all the free e-books of any subject matter, it landed at number 360. His other available books include Business Success Secrets, Principles, Formulas & Ethos as well as Primitive Business Tools for Success. Urbanski, who is a small business owner himself, says that he wrote his series of marketing guides as a way of sorting through his own experiences. “I wanted to gain clarity on the process,” he says. “I’ve been living off these principles for most of my life.” Throughout his youth, he showed an entrepreneurial spirit through a variety of odd jobs such as lawn care and newspaper routes. Through extensive worldwide travel, he started to find his own passions. He recently returned from living in Japan for three years and now owns the martial arts school Martial Arts Axis. According to Urbanski, he twice doubled the size of his business by following models that he learned abroad and through seminars. Now, Urbanski looks forward to sharing those techniques with Kingston residents. “It’s a lonely place to be a business owner,” he says, explaining that entrepreneurs are isolated from mentorship in many ways. “But small business drives the economy.” Urbanski fears that the closures of places like S&R, Empire Theatres, and the downtown Indigo location signal a decline in the local economy. “I feel like Kingston really needs help,” he says. He believes that the city could use more support measures for entrepreneurs. He looks forward to collaborating with groups such as KEDCO in order to bolster small business in this area.

Daryl Urbanski, business coach and writer of Amazon bestseller. In addition to his three books that are available through Amazon, Urbanski now also offers business coaching through his website, Urbanski is very confident in his knowledge and hopes that he can help other small business find success. “If they don’t have a better business after implementing these techniques, I’ll give them their money back,” he states. Urbanski also plans to launch a fourth book in one month’s time. It will be called Tribal Marketing: How to Double your Business in 12 Months or Less. “It worked for me, it worked for my friends,” says Urbanski. For more information about his business coaching or his written guides, visit Daryl Urbanski and Primitive Business at

Princess Street’s Big Dig complete – Midtown dig is next in 2014 Continued from page 1

passed two blocks of Princess Street, between King and Bagot Streets. Construction work on the cross streets of King, Wellington and Bagot will continue for a few more months. “They get benefits once the services come in,” said Coun. Jeff Scott, noting problems with basement flooding during heavy rainfalls should be much less frequent with the installation of separated storm and sanitary sewers. Mayor Mark Gerretsen says he sympathizes with businesses that lost sales during the Big Dig but says the work was unavoidable. “We have an obligation to provide these services to them and we have to do what we have to do to fix them up. Nobody likes it. I don’t like it.”

City council has yet to deal with a 50-name business petition that calls for a two-year tax deferral for business owners affected by the construction. Councillors say it’s difficult to determine who should get tax relief, and they are afraid that giving it to one group could open the floodgates to similar treatment in other construction zones around the city. The downtown’s Big Dig work will take a break next year while the Princess Street improvements will instead focus on the midtown area. City officials are planning to reconstruct Princess Street, between Bath Road and MacDonnell Street. The $8.4 million project is being fast-tracked in order to expand water and sewer capacity to promote the renewal and intensification of the Williamsville Main Street corridor.

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Places to explore and things to experience

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EMC Lifestyle - They go by names like Cloghboola Beg, Carrigagulla, Gortanimil, Reanascreena, Derreentaggart and Ardgroom. Through the veil of time, stone circles and burial dolmens remain a mystery. There are stone circles found throughout Europe. Such locations as Stonehenge are famous. But there hundreds of other magnificent sites. The greatest concentration of circles in Europe is in the Cork/ Kerry region in Ireland’s Southwest, where you can find more than 100. Likewise, burial tombs, which are as old, if not older than the circles, are scattered across the Irish landscape. Until a time machine is created, we rely on theory and speculation to understand the sites. We can conclude that rituals or ceremonies were conducted at these locations. These may have been spiritual in nature. There may also have been civil ceremonies. Or both. Should things like the stones locations be kept secret? Does that enhance their mystery or endanger them? Will the invasion by countless visitors destroy the sites? Not

likely. Many locations require considerable effort to reach and the average tourist won’t be trekking to visit them. Tour buses can’t get close to most of the locations. The circles and burial sites are found in a mystical land of beauty. They exist in solitude with no nearby tourist shop selling foreignmade trinkets. Ireland of the past and present has paid great respect to the Otherworld. The circles and dolmens are in abandoned or unknown areas, some in the middle of a farm field, behind a church or miles from nowhere. The traditional dwellers of old Ireland believe in a fairy world. Land is full of life and intersects with the spiritual world. A planned runway at Galway Airport was moved during construction because of an ancient fairy mound. Roads have been re-routed. Is this the thinking of the superstitious or a respect for the spirit of the land? In Eternal Echoes, Irish Catholic theologian John O’Donohue tells the story of a giant stone in an Irish town. “In silence and stillness, the

stone held the memory of the village. Stone is the tabernacle of memory. Until we allow some of Nature’s stillness to reclaim us, we will remain victims of the instant and never enter the heritage of our ancient belonging.” O’Donohue wrote that the Celtic imagination loved the circle. “It recognized how the rhythm of experience, nature and divinity followed a circular pattern.” The creation of the stone circles remains mysterious. It’s hard to imagine how the giant stones were moved to what are sometimes almost inaccessible locations. Once Poulnabrone dolmen, a portal tomb, on the burren along Ireland’s west on site, the stones are typically coast. Photo/Mark Bergin buried in the ground to a depth equal to that which rises above the were their sacred intentions in the are the passage tombs. In these mascreation of these circles? What sive grave sites, access to a burial ground. chamber is only available through a Some of the circles are geo- have the stones witnessed? Research has been done on some passage. The tomb and passage are graphically aligned with other sites. Others are clearly associated of the circles and tombs in Ireland, covered by round mounds of earth especially larger circles like Drom- and stone. They are often found at with lunar or solar events. It’s hard not to feel moved and beg and huge burial sites such as the top of hills. Carbon dating has transformed at the sight of these that found at Newgrange. Most indicated that these tombs are older have only been discovered over the than the pyramids of Egypt. Queen ancient circles and tombs. When standing near or within I past hundred years or so, typically Maeve’s grave at Knocknarea, near wonder what stories the land holds. during road building excavations Sligo in the west, is one of the largest known passage tombs. Who were the inhabitants? Did or when a farmer plows a field. Two of the most accessible sites Newgrange burial tomb, in the they hunt, gather or farm? What are Drombeg, an impressive stone east of Ireland is fascinating for circle in the southwest, and Pouln- its precise structure and alignment. abrone dolmen, a portal tomb, in Each year, on the winter solstice in the burren, along the west coast. December, light shining through a Many of the circles are oriented slit in the opening of the the burial to positions on the horizon that tomb illuminates the underground correspond to calendar dates in the tomb. The knowledge of physics lunar cycle. In ancient Celtic cul- and astronomy that would have ture, an awareness of nature and been required to successfully build the moving of the sun and moon this structure is unfathomable. were of great significance. To honIn some cases, cremations ocor those moments in time, they de- curred in or near the burial tombs. veloped festivals and celebrations. The graves often held several genDrombeg stone circle is tradi- erations of deceased. tionally called the Druid’s Altar. Poulnabrone dolmen is probably There are burial pits and the re- the most easily accessible burial mants of prehistoric huts nearby. tomb. It’s located in the burren reThe structure comprises a ring of gion of Ireland’s west coast. When stones with one recumbent stone excavated in 1985 between 16 and laid horizontally between the 22 adults and six children were standing stones. found buried along with a stone The stones of the circle are axe, a bone pendant, quartz crysaligned so that on the winter sol- tals, weapons and pottery. stice each year, when the sun dips Poulnabrone dolmen is located through a V-shaped ridge in the along R480. There is parking availnearby hills, it comes into align- able and it’s only about a hundred ment with the axial and entrance metre walk on stony terrain to stones and its rays pierce the centre reach the dolmen. of the circle. To reach Drombeg Stone Circle, With a cooking pit nearby, it travel along N71 highway from was clearly part of community life. Clonakilty toward Ross Carberry. The cooking pit features a hearth. Turn left onto R597. In about four Tests have indicated that hot stones kilometers you’ll notice a sign-post taken from the fire and placed in for Drombeg. Don’t expect a neon Also carrying MiGhTy LeAf TeAS, ToRAni SyRupS, DRAWeRS & MuCh MuCh MoRe the cooking trough could boil 70 sign. I know people have missed gallons of water for 15 minutes. I the sign. Tour buses cannot reach should note that there is some dis- this (or most stone circle/burial agreement about the cooking cen- sites) site. However, cars can park tre. Some believe it was a sweat and then hike about 300 metres to lodge, not a community kitchen. the nearby circle. Carbon 14 testing at Drombeg How to find the others? Talk to indicate that the circle was con- locals. Spend time in the pubs. Talk structed between 4000 and 5000 to the folks who live there, espeyears ago. cially some of the old-timers. It’s mesmerizing to stand in the If you are traveling to Ireland Store hours: Monday to friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm centre of one of these circles, like and want some reference to search you’ve passed through a time por- for circles and tombs, feel free to tal. contact me. You can also do a web beside Sleep Country The burial tombs, notably the search for Jack Roberts and his larger ones, are as impressive as book called The Stone Circles of the circles. There are 300 known Cork and Kerry, Bandia Publishburial tombs in Ireland. Many more ing. It’s a great guide with maps to remain to be discovered. the locations of 100 circles. The most remarkable burial sites On Twitter: @markaidanbergin


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Kingston Animal Rescue issues community plea for foster homes EMC News – “Foster homes are the heart of Kingston Animal Rescue (KAR),” says one of the organizations founders, Kareen Lush. That being said, KAR is in need of additional foster homes and is issuing a community plea in the hopes of filling these vital volunteer roles within the organization. “I think it is that time of year where shelters, rescues, everybody is full, so we’re getting requests regularly,” Lush explains. “We hear from people even from outside of Kingston that are contacting us in Kingston because their regional shelter or rescues are full and now they are branching out to other communities.” Fellow KAR founder Jessica Hellard elaborates that we are in the thick of kitten season, a time when shelters many shelters, rescues and other animal organizations are overflowing with cats and kittens. In turn, there is often little to no room for additional animal intakes. “There is a huge need for foster homes right now,” Hellard said. “There are a lot of animals that we can’t help until we have foster homes. We have waiting lists of people and animals that just need

into the rescue as soon as possible and we can’t do anything until we have foster homes for them.” Currently KAR operates with close to 30 foster homes and has in and around 40 animals—mainly cats and rabbits—in its care. The rescue could open its doors to additional animals if more foster homes came on board. “We are limited always by the number of foster homes that we have, so if we had 100 foster homes tomorrow—good, well-screened foster homes—then we would be able to fill them up within a short time,” Lush said. “The whole idea of the plea is to try and have as many foster homes as possible so we can help more animals.” For those interested in assisting KAR and becoming a foster home, the first step is to fill out an application. Applications can be found online at Being a foster entails providing shelter, food, water, and love for an animal waiting to be adopted. KAR provides fosters with all start-up supplies (i.e. housing, bowls, litter box, an initial supply of food, bedding, and litter); unlimited hay for those fostering rabbits, guinea pigs and degus; all veterinary care; and continued support and advice. “When you’re fostering an ani-

mal, you are truly making a difference in that transitional time in an animal’s life,” Lush says. “They’re in a home environment, they’re socialized, they’re loved, and they receive lots of one-on-one time.” Hellard agrees, explaining that animals that previously entered the rescue and maybe displayed behvioural issues later came to thrive in their foster home environments. “It’s very rewarding for our foster homes to see those animals come around,” she says. No benchmark has been set as to the number of foster homes the organization hopes to add to its current roster and all interested parties are invited to apply. “Foster homes are a wonderful part of this type of organization. There are other organizations like Kingston Animal Rescue who function with foster homes as well, and it’s a great way for adoptable animals to wait for their forever homes,” Lush says.

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Community will be “pulling together” for epilepsy fundraiser By Kelly Reid Correspondent

EMC Events - On July 21, the Epilepsy and Seizure Disorder Resource Centre of Southeastern Ontario will be holding a unique event to raise funds and awareness. The Centre will be hosting its first ever Fire Truck Pull, in which teams of eight will drag a 31-foot fire truck a distance of 100 feet. The event will have prizes for fastest pull, most funds raised, best spirit, and a combination award. According to Executive Director Susan Harrison, the idea for the fire truck pull was inspired by a similar event held by Epilepsy Durham Region. Though that organization is unaffiliated with Kingston, they shared their success and the idea took hold here locally. Harrison says that the fundraiser will serve two purposes: “One is to raise funds, and the other is to raise awareness.” In the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington area, there are about 2,000 people living with epilepsy or seizure disorder. “The number of people actually affected grows exponentially,” Harrison explains, because of family and friends that are also affected. According to the Centre, pulling the fire truck 100 feet is symbolic of the onein-one hundred people that live with epilepsy. “Being diagnosed, people enter this new world,” says Harrison. “Awareness

of our services is lower than we would like.” With the help of Special Events Coordinator Laura Casselman, the centre hopes that the fire truck pull will increase its visibility in the community. “We’re hoping to make it an annual thing,” says Casselman. “We’re just hoping the community enjoys it.” The fire truck pull event will be happening from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Ontario Street in front of City Hall. Admission will be free all day. In addition to the pull, which will start at 1 p.m., the fundraiser will include food, interactive games, and lots of information. “The idea is to have a family-friendly day for the entire community,” says Casselman. The pull will begin with an honourary team consisting of folks living with epilepsy, some of their family members, as well as local Member of Parliament Ted Hsu. Some of the other teams already registered include members of Kingston Fire & Rescue, with whom the centre partnered to run the event. “They’ve been incredibly supportive and receptive,” says Harrison. The centre has a fundraising goal of $12,000 for the event, but both Casselman and Harrison say that the real goal is to provide a successful and fun event. There are a number of spaces for teams still available, and the centre is also looking for volunteers to help with running the fundraiser. “We’d be thrilled to have them sign up,”

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The man behind the food bank’s clockwork precision turned out to be a training ground for what I’m doing now. I had to be creative. I was constantly dealing with different kinds of people. And music is a tough row to hoe, it takes a lot of effort.” He plays a bit of guitar but is primarily a vocalist. He’s composed a lot, created commercial jingles, written movie soundtracks and provided studio backup work. If you’re local, you may well have heard him with Soul Survivors. The band reunited this past year. “I find great comfort in music,” he said. “It’s a stabilizing factor. I get lost in the physicality and camaraderie of it.” After high school he attended George Brown College for a program in horology. I consider myself fairly literate, but that one stumped me, so I had to ask. Turns out it’s the study of the art and science of measuring time, leading to a specialization in the understanding, including repair and restoration, of

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This month, Sandy Singers celebrates 20 years working for the Partners in Mission Food Bank. Photo/Mark Bergin

“We became part of that Toronto nentially. In 1998, the Partners in progressive rock community,” he Mission Food Bank was incorposaid. “After coming to Kingston I rated and received registered chargot more into R & B. That’s what ity status. In 2003, the organization Soul Survivors is about.” purchased its current site at 140 After moving to eastern Ontario Hickson Avenue. Thanks to a large in 1980, first to Tamworth and now bequest from Mrs. Mae Bowles in Gananoque, he remained part of Gibson in 2005, the mortgage was the music scene until landing the paid in full. job at the food bank. “I like the variety of the job,” “Kingston is a great town,” he he said. “Day to day, we’re putsaid. “Kingston has embraced me, ting food hampers out. But so much first as an entertainer and now af- more happens. In this position, I’m filiated with this great organizaContinued on page 31 tion. Kingston is always incredibly supportive of charities.” The food bank grew from its first collection We Can Help in 1984 organized through the Religious TOLL FREE Hospitallers of St. Joseph. At that time, food ELDER ABUSE was counted and sorted at St. JoPREVENTION seph Regional SUPPORT LINE House in Amherstview, then Completely forwarded to the Confidential St. Vincent de Paul Society for emergency food distribution. The organization grew expo-

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EMC News - For Rebecca McQuaid, telling stories has been a lifelong passion. “I have been interested in storytelling for a long time,” she says. “Not only is there rich history that has been passed down through the oral tradition, but stories can also be used to teach lessons and morals in a fun and engaging way for both children Emerging storyteller Rebecca McQuaid and adults, alike.” uses performance to bring the story to life. This year, she has been honoured by the Photo courtesy of Storytellers of Canada Storytellers of Canada-Conteurs du Canada (SC-CC) with their Emerging Storyteller tradition alive in this region. Award. SC-CC aims to promote storytell“I don’t think the art and tradition of stoing as an inherit part of Canadian culture. rytelling will ever be in danger of becomThe award is meant to inspire a new gen- ing extinct,” she says. “It’s how we comeration of Canadian storytellers. municate and relate to one another.” Rebecca got her formal start in storyThat being said, she hopes to create more telling when she began working as a guide formal occasions for storytelling. Brockwith the Haunted Walk of Kingston, but she ville, for instance, has a monthly storytellsays that stories have long been a part of ing group. McQuaid sees a similar future her life. for Kingston. She and a fellow Kingstonian “I am from Prince Edward Island, and teller hope to move forward with a storythe East Coast has a strong storytelling cul- telling chapter in the next year. ture,” she says. “Right now it’s a dream,” she says. Now living in Kingston, she keeps the Whether casually or professionally “yarnspinner” tradition alive by learning though, McQuaid plans to continue storythe stories of PEI. This month, McQuaid telling. attended the Storytellers of Canada confer“It is surprising to me how many opporence and told a yarn about a phantom ship tunities do come up to tell, either in more that is said to haunt the Northumberland formal or informal settings,” she goes on. Strait. “I am working on building up my story rep“I was incredibly honoured and grateful ertoire so that I have something to pull out, to be chosen as the recipient of this award. whether at a campfire, party, or monthly Being a ‘baby’ teller, it’s very humbling to storytelling event.” have others recognize your enthusiasm,” For more information about Rebecca says McQuaid her Emerging Storyteller McQuaid’s storytelling work, visit her page honour. at McQuaid, who graduated with an education degree in 2012, is particSee our flyer in today’S paper* ularly interested in using stories as an education tool. It was at a seminar based on this concept where McQuaid was introduced to professional teller Deborah Dunleavy of Brockville. Dunleavy, founder of the Thousand Island Yarnspinners, mentored McQuaid over the past PRICED TO MOVE! year and helped her to cultivate her storytelling skills. Now, McQuaid DISCONTINUED ITEMS • CLOSEOUTS looks forward to keeping the oral CANCELLED ORDERS • OVERSTOCKS ONE-OF-A-KINDS • FLOOR SAMPLES



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Melanie Kerr and Ian Attema of Logan’s Lunch ing on how much they enjoyed the food last time. “We have a menu that evolves and changes every few days. We currently have a standard burger with fresh cut fries. We also do a couple of varieties of wraps; we have a Mediterranean chicken wrap and a bacon asparagus wrap because asparagus is currently in season. We do a couple of gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and our current bestseller is an applewood smoked bacon, green apple, caramelized onion,

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L.M. Montgomery’s iconic characters come alive in Kingston this summer in Blue Canoe’s Anne and Gilbert By Hollie Pratt-Campbell

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EMC Entertainment - Sophie Waldman and Hailey Hill get to live out a treasured childhood dream held by many generations Canadian girls this summer, as they prepare to portray Lucy Maud Montgomery’s iconic characters Anne Shirley and Diana Barry in Blue Canoe’s production of Anne and Gilbert. “It almost feels like you’re a Disney princess,” Hill says. “I remember watching the animated series as a kid a lot and wanting to be Diana Barry all the time, so to actually play her is so cool.” Waldman, who plays Anne, was also a big fan of the television shows growing up. “To be able to play that character that you’ve watched all those years is a really big honour,” she says. Waldman explains that while she was very familiar with the first book in the series, Anne of Green Gables, she has recently been catching up on its next two sequels, Anne of Avonlea and Anne of the Island, on which the musical Anne and Gilbert is based. When this story begins, Anne is an independent-minded young woman about to begin a teaching job at a oneroom school house. Complications arise when her childhood sweetheart, Gilbert Blythe, proposes marriage, unearthing questions and emotions about Anne’s orphan past. “Reading the books helps me get a lot of insight, because in the script you can’t always tell her motives and why she’s doing what it is she’s doing,” Waldman says. “But the book helps explain her perspective and her way of thinking.” Indeed, she and Hill note that with the honour of portraying these beloved characters comes with a certain amount of pressure. “I think the main thing for any of us is just making sure it’s accurate and loveable for everyone,” Hill says. “These characters are so well known, if we make one wrong character decision, some people could be upset about that because they’ve loved them for so long.” Director Jordan Richards describes feeling a similar pressure, particularly since he was unfamiliar with the series before taking on the project. “When I decided to do this, all I really knew about Anne of Green Gables was that there used to be this show on CBC that I would skip through,” he says. “I Sophie Waldman (Left) and Hailey Hill rehearse Anne was by no means a fan of the materials then.” Photo/Hollie Pratt-Campbell Over the last several months, however, Richards and Gilbert. sought out every Anne adaptation he could find – from the original novels to the television show Road to Avonlea to an old silent film from the ‘20s – in order to get a full perspective on the world created by L.M. Montgomery and the characters who reside there. “I knew that if I was going to attack this show, it had COACH & TOURS to be as true to the source material as possible, because that’s what people are here for,” he says. “I knew I needed to become more familiar with the source material in order to really flesh these characters out, because there are characters that are integral in the entire story arc who [appear for only one moment in the musical], and I know for fans of the series, if that one moment doesn’t fit right they’re going to know.” Richards says that the music itself also helps to authenticate the mood of the show. Instead of the more The Empress of Ottawa - Wednesday, July 24/13 traditional Broadway brass band sound, he explains, Newfoundland Spectacular - July 26-Aug 13/13 the music is very Canadian Open Golf Tournament - Sunday, July 28/13 soft and folk- SINKING IN DEBT? Legends of Harmony - Wednesday, August, 7/13 like: Country Rocks the Fort (TRANSPORTATION ONLY) - Friday, Aug 9/13 “There’s AVOID Buddy-The Buddy Holly Story - Wednesday, August 14/13 something very BANKRUPTCY Pure Michigan 400 - August 16-19/13 home grown • Proposals to Creditors Toronto Blue Jays vs. NY Yankees - Wednesday, August 28/13 about the music. • Budget Counselling St. Jacobs Fall Theatre Package - September 13-14/13 The composers • Stop Wage Garnishees New Hampshire Ladies’ Shopping - September 20-22/13 and Calls from and the lyricists Agawa Canyon, Mackinaw City - September 25-30/13 Collection Agencies were very aware Flashdance - Saturday, October 26/13 that they were • Get a Fresh Start • Free Consultation Christmas Time in Branson - November 23-30/13 making a musiShopping in Watertown - Saturday, November 30/13 RESULTS IN DAYS! cal about Prince BRIEF & ASSOCIATES LTD. Alight at Night - Friday, December 6/13 Call us for your group transportation needs. We offer the most Edward Island. Trustee in Bankruptcy modern and diversified fleet in the area and along the 401 corridor. They were very Our goal is to offer SUPERIOR SERVICE at an OPTIMAL PRICE! aware that they 1-800-372-7337 were making a 613-548-1790 or Toll Free 1-800-267-2183 347 Alfred Street, Kingston musical about TICO Reg1156996 a very small,






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Blissful day at Fort Henry’s outdoor Battery Bistro EMC Lifestyle - Within the walls of Fort Henry, we gazed across the lake, lunching and sipping sangria cocktails. Inside the fortress, the sounds of the drums and flutes echoed as a reminder that we were dining in this unique slice of history. The Battery Bistro is a new outdoor restaurant located at this world heritage site and is the home of Kingston’s largest waterfront patio. If you ever needed a reason to revisit Fort Henry, now is the time. Fort Henry is managed by the St. Lawrence Parks Commission and guards the convergence of the Rideau Canal, Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. It is designated as a National Historic Site for its defense of these waterways, this region and its role as a key historical fortification site. You can learn so much from those that came before us. Museums, once buildings of old collections for groups to view, now offer more interactive ways for guests to connect and experience history.



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Fort Henry has always led with this model, offering unique activities— artillery demonstrations, Victorian school lessons, etc.—where people can gain insight into what life was like 150 years ago. And with the new Discovery Centre, there is even more for the history buff and the not-so-sure to enjoy. We try to attend a Sunset Ceremony each summer, and of course our teen can’t miss out on the spooky spectacular of Fort Fright when it returns each the fall. There is so much going on at the Fort, from the new concert series, Sunset Ceremony redevelopment, Trade Market and the opening of the Battery Bistro – it’s a great place to visit this summer break. When I suggested to a visiting friend (she lives 35 km away) that we visit Fort Henry with the kids for lunch I was amazed to learn that she hadn’t been since she herself was a child. The Battery Bistro opened in May this year, just in time for summer visitors. The 200-seat restaurant is a long outdoor patio that butts up against the fortress wall. It’s open daily from Where you always save a bundle! 11:30 a.m. till 9 For Donation Pickup p.m. throughout the summer till 613-544-4396 Labor Day. New Donate & Shop In 1 Stop! hours for the fall will be estab$2 Adults! $1 Kids! lished according July 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17 to event schedExcludes green tags ules. 277 Bath Rd. • 613-544-4396 The bistro of472 Division St. • 613-531-5002 Bath Rd. New Store Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9:30am-8pm, Sat. 9:30am- 6pm fers a sublime view of Lake

Ontario, the St. Lawrence River, the Royal Military College and the city. The five of us dined at the railing so we could look directly across the water at the scenic wind turbines and boats passing by. We arrived in the afternoon so the lunch rush was over and, given it was a Wednesday, preparations had begun for the live entertainment on the patio for evening dinner guests to enjoy before the Sunset Ceremony kicked off. The Fort has adopted a live music program this year featuring several local artists including Rob Carnegie, Chris Koster, Emily Fennell, Greg Ball, Kris and Dee to name a few. The best part is there is no parking or admission fee to visit the Battery Bistro or the Trade Markets. Drop in and shop in the square, which features local artisans; stay and enjoy lunch or dinner in the Battery Bistro and listen to a local musician. Guests simply pay a $1.50 service fee per person, which goes directly to Fort Henry to assist with maintenance of the World Heritage Site. Our group was two adults, two teenagers and a child. The menu offered a variety for us all to enjoy. We ordered the Gazpacho soup (a spicy chilled Spanish soup served with onion, cucumber and basil); deep-fried wedges of dill pickles; a fresh melon and strawberry salad; the haddock fish and chips; traditional kids chicken fingers; and the tasty chicken Caesar salad. The menu offers a different variety to the Sunset Ceremony’s casual barbecue and fine dining candlelight dinners. Thankfully, the same

quality and attention to detail that Paul Fortier and his team at Jessop Foods has offered for years at the Fort carries through to this unique dining experience. It can get hot on the patio so umbrellas have arrived to offer shade in this sensational spot. The Bistro is a wonderful addition with a wide choice of light snacks and upscale main courses to enjoy on the stunning new patio. For a full list of the menu or reserve a table visit or call 613-530-2550. Enjoy this special spot before many of the Fort Henry events this summer: Sunset Ceremony – a tradition at the Fort. Check out this new show with its updated features, including the Fort Henry guard and a historical context through a video story along with enhanced light and sound on select Wednesday’s and Saturday nights. Cannonball Rush – July 21, 10 a.m. – Join the obstacle race across the Fort Henry grounds. Register online at Cost: $65 (Individual), $60 (Team/ 2 or more), military discounts apply. This is year is the 75th Anniversary of the Fort Henry Guard: July 27 kicks off a week featuring several celebrations to mark this special occasion. Avoid disappointment and purchase your tickets today for all events online at Military Tattoo – July 27, 7:30 p.m. – a premier event showcasing the drill and music skills of various

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Only 6 minutes from the 401 on hwy 15 sit this beautiful, freshly painted 2900 sq ft farm house. not only is this house a gem it includes a 51 acre hobby farm. along with a livestock barn that can hold up to 24 cattle, there is a newly renovated out building that has four 10x12 horse stalls, tack room and separate offices and is gas heated. This beautiful home is waiting for its new owners so book your private showing today. MLS # 13605778 $499,900

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Office: 613.548.3300 Blackburn Mews - $389,900 West end office Condo with 8 offices, board room and reception, fully equipped ready for moving in. Includes all furnishing and phone system. You could be operational in a day! Only Unit with separate front door to lower level and rear entrance for potential separate tenant & income. Great parking. Unit was fully refurbished in fall 2010 including new front door and several windows. fully wheelchair compliant.

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Appledown Dr - $281,500 Outstanding Value for detached single home. New floor coverings, freshly painted, ready to moving in. Air conditioning, recent shingles, finished recroom, 2 full baths, fenced yard with large deck, central city location.

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Solid, all brick bungalow, maim floor laundry, large master bedroom and main bath, oak cabinets in kitchen. High basement with large cold room. 4x6 construction for heating cost savings. Spacious front veranda for relaxation. Near Cat Centre and seniors home. On bus line. 3-4 car paved drive.


Barbara Ave - $419,800 All Brick 3 unit building, heated 2 car garage with income. Upgraded baths and kitchens, Hardwood and ceramic throughout. Financial analysis on file showing 15% potential return on investment with 25% down. Roof 2009, many newer windows. Tenants pay utilities. Solar panels will be leased back by owner.

Totally renovated downtown duplex 2 - 2 bedroom units. Only 10 min walk to Queens, detached garage separately rented. Fully renovated in 2008 including gas furnace, shingles siding, windows, flooring, kitchens, water & sewer mains & internal plumbing. On demand Hot water Heater. Main floor unit rented $995 ++ and has laundry hookups. Upper unit vacant, potential income $950, garage $300.

292 Cavendish Cres - $339,800 Have your own nature retreat with complete privacy and a pond under 15 minutes to downtown, Unique 1750Sqft architectural design, 3 bedrooms, ensuite shower & soaker tub, main floor laundry, recent upgrades to shingles, siding, heating system & windows, under 10 minutes to CFB.


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Amazingly large 3+1 bedroom bungalow over 1500 sqft, 9ft ceilings, kitchen with centre island, huge master with full ensuite and walk in closet, curved staircase to family room with fireplace, guest room and full bath. Loads of storage and potential for huge home office. $6000 credit for Buyer`s choice of hardwood flooring in living/dining room.

Lots of Lots Fortune Cres - $149,800 Great westend location in city industrial park, Zoned M6-2. May be used as a contractor`s or tradesman`s shop or yard. Easy 401 access. Security fenced and ready to use. Services on site. Battersea Rd Building Lot - $44,800 1.99 acre lot on Battersea Rd across from 6182 Battersea Rd. perfect for basement walkout, very Private, nicely treed, strong drilled well, seller is licensed septic installer and will give 25% discount on septic bed. Save $10,000 on total price by combining with neighbouring industrial 2.99 acre lot MLS# 13603846. Add a Modular Home from an additional $99,900. Battersea Rd Industrial Lot - $24,800 2.99 acre industrial lot with many uses or just park your machines. Combine with MLS #13603847 so shop and home are near each other.


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Two plus one Bedroom bungalow! Laminate floors, Opportunity Knocks! Snowbirds can just lock the door well maintained, finished basement with walkout, and go! Two bedrooms, two level home with nice plenty of gardens. Nice private, side deck. Call Today. backyard. Easy to maintain. Owner wants to sell!

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2 year old quality built Green Home. 1945 sq ft, large family room, bright kitchen, open concept dining, formal sitting room, hardwood and ceramic on main level. 3 spacious bdrms, master with a reading nook and 4 pc ensuite. Fully finished basement. MLS 13603810 Now offered at $389,900.


Charming well cared for home with plenty of space and recent upgrades. 3 bedrooms, 2 gas fireplaces, hardwood, newer gas furnace (’08), ugraded kitchen, large family room with entrance to back yard. Wonderful landscaping. A pleasure to show! MLS 13604962 Offered at $174,900.


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3 bedroom gen featuring open concept liv/din rm, spacious kitchen. Master boasts walk-in closet and patio doors to raised deck. Fully fenced private yard. Carpet free, mostly newer windows (’09), newer roof (’08) Great value, MLS 13605671 Offered at $224,900.

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This fabulous country property features wonderful gardens, beautiful landscaping . It’s an Oasis unto itself. Detached screened room, in ground pool, large single detached garage. 3 bedrooms with large master, 2 bathrooms, hardwood on main, minutes to town. Directions: North of Bath Rd on County Road 4, left side #148. MLS 13604959 Offered at $244,900.



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Lovely and affordable 2 sty, 2 bth, 3 bedroom semi-detached home! Kitchen updates include counter, door fronts and hardware. New upper level flooring and some rooms freshly painted. Finished rec room with 3 pc wshrm, private back yard and large deck for entertaining, close to schools, shopping, parks and public transportation. Centennial to Waterloo

96 Kenwoods • $609,000 2466 Battersea • $279 900

Absolutely immaculate 3 bedroom bungalow set back from the road and ideally situated on a large, well treed private lot. This meticulously maintained home is just 6 minutes north of the 401 with easy access to CFB Kingston and downtown. Attached 1.5 car garage and long paved driveway with lots of parking. Totally move in ready for a new owner! MLS® 13604621

This stunning custom built bungalow is truly an exquisite property with tremendous curb appeal from the stone exterior to the manicured gardens. Lush, private backyard perfect for entertaining with extensive decking and screened in porch. Inside the home, no detail has been overlooked. Open concept great room has a beautiful cast iron fireplace and large bright windows. Kitchen is a chef`s dream with granite counters, gas range, island with second sink, custom cabinetry and large pantry. Walk-out basement hosts third bedroom, workshop, bar & entertainment area, full bathroom and cold cellar. MLS® 13604534

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857 DEVELOPMENT DR. - $299,900

Quality abounds in this 1530 sq.ft. Brick bungalow. The main floor features gleaming hardwood, ceramic and laminate, a lovely kitchen opening to both the dining and family rooms. Lower level features large bedroom, 3pc washroom, kitchen and separate entrance. Two gas fireplaces, 2 full and 1 half washrooms. This home is well suited for an in-law suite.

14 Kenwoods • $585,000

Very bright and clean 3+1 bedroom, 2.5 Bathroom, two storey home located in desirable cobblestone ridge neighbourhood with easy access to 401, west end shopping and downtown. This well kept home is decorated in neutral decor and features a very nice floor plan with main floor office, formal dining room, kitchen with island, living room with gas fireplace and main floor laundry. The master bedroom has a four piece ensuite bath and walk in closet. Lower level is partially finished with rec room and fourth bedroom. Six appliances, hrv, central air, fenced yard and deck complete this lovely package! MLS®

2 Mowat Ave. #703 • $297,500

View! View! View! Enjoy spectacular Lake Ontario views from all windows of this spacious 3 bedroom, south facing waterfront condominium located in historic Portsmouth Village. The sunsets from the solarium are stunning. This freshly painted condo is move in ready. Large master bedroom has walk in closet & ensuite bathroom with shower. 3rd bedroom opens into the living room to serve as a formal dining room or den. Recently updated main bathroom and kitchen. This is your opportunity! MLS®

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4427 BATH RD uNIT 19, AMHERSTVIEW - $154,500

Warm, cozy and quiet best describe this 2 sty end unit town home. Two spacious bedrooms with full wall closets, updates include kitchen cabinets, ceramic floor in kitchen &bathroom and new, quality laminate in living room. The building is in good shape and has updated windows and roof. A gas stove/ fireplace for those cold winter nights. Separate storage unit, hook up for in unit laundry, in ground pool, waterfront access to Lake Ontario, beautiful grounds.

860 PuRcELL cRES. - $378,500

37 TERRAcEVIEW - $259,900

Nicely appointed 2 sty home featuring 3 bdrms, 2 full and 1 half wshrms, entrance to garage, updated kitchen cabinetry, walk out from kitchen to deck and back yard, fully finished lower level with in-law potential (including a kitchen). Single car garage, nice quiet street!


2100 sq ft split level - 4 bdrms, 2.5 wshrms, new hardwood flooring in living, dining and family rooms. Walk out to deck & garage. Large master retreat with his & hers closet organizers. Ensuite and main bths feature custom tile work, newer tubs, vanities & granite counter tops. Many updates inc roof (1.5 yrs), most windows, doors, newer kitchen with custom wine storage and tumbled stone back splash. Fully finished lower level with updated flooring, lower lvl office, walk out to patio & hot tub.

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613 540-3313 5545 Perth rD. CresCent $269,000

You will feel the pride of ownership as you enter this all-brick two storey four bedroom home in desirable east end neighbourhood on quiet circle. Close to schools, cfb, walking trails, off-leash dog park and historic pittsburgh library. Open kitchen with centre island leading into large living area with gas fireplace. Gleaming hardwood floors, ceramic tile & neutral carpet, this home has been meticulously maintained. Large fully fenced private backyard with mature trees, landscaped with custom garden shed and deck. Large master with walk-in and updated ensuite finishes off this beautiful spotless home. Bright and spacious – just move in and enjoy! MLS®


479 Weston • $339,900

1515 SIMMONS RD - $389,500

Executive ranch bungalow features 4 bedrooms, two full washrooms, main floor laundry, family rm, living rm, large country kitchen with walk out to full length deck, master bdrm with ensuite & huge walk in closet. Lower lvl features rec rm, office/hobby rm, work out rm, bar, storage/workshop with walk out to oversize garage (large enough for two cars toys and work bench). Very private setting only 15 min to the Cataraqui Town Centre. Many updates over the last few years.

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• Extensive renovation completed • 5 bedroom, 2.5 baths • Treed village lot, 1.9 acre • 40x25 barn/garage/workshop • Unlimited possibilities. MLS® 13603829 Dir: North on Division St.

PIT $1010 MONTH • Excellent investment opportunity • 1200 sq. ft., 2 storey semi • 3 bedroom, 2 baths • Unspoiled basement • Fenced yard, appliances included. MLS® 13605157

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Your tranquility awaits you in this 7 year old 4 season cottage/home nestled in the trees on Indian lake. This 2 bedroom, 1 full bathroom with a 8’x14’ bunkie that’s perfect for the kids or guest. Features include steel roof, stucco exterior, gas fireplace, cherry laminate kitchen cabinets, open concept living area, wrap around deck, stone patio, paved municipal road to your door step. The list goes on so call today to set up your personal viewing and enjoy the summer in this maintenance free waterfront property. MLS 13605653

• Wonderful family or Retirement home • Manicured 2 acre lot w/gardens • 3 bdrms, 2 baths, sep. dining rm • Main floor family room w/patio door to large deck • Detached 30x50 garage/workshop. MLS® 13605079

• Executive home w/room to roam • 3+2 bdrms, 3.5 baths • Separate din. rm, main floor games rm • Lots of updates, large paved drive • 1 acre lot, minutes to Gananoque & 401. MLS® 13605114

142 Amherst Dr. $199,900

2952 Rutledge Rd. • $229,900

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• 1200 sq. ft. bungalow, fenced yard • 3 bdrms, 2 baths • Separate din. rm • Furnace, roof, C/Air, electrical + extra insulation all 2008 • Close to schools & rec centre. MLS® 13604389


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• Nicely renovated home • 100+ year old, 2 story • 3 bedroom, 2 baths and garage • Offers immediate possession MLS® 13603776

Located in Parkside Estates sits this better then new 2 bedroom home on a quiet street. You will be impressed as soon as you walk down the over sized hallway to the open concept living room and custom kitchen with granite counter tops. Features include imported non-allergenic carpet, ceramic tile, 9’ ceilings, c/a, fully finished basement and a fully enclosed hot tub you can enjoy year round. MLS 13604703

23B Crerar BLvd - $232,900

Location, location, location! steps away from the park and lake Ontario. South of Front Road backing onto R.G Sinclair P.S. sits this updated 3 bedroom semi detached evaluated bungalow. You will be impressed as soon as you walk in to see brand new hardwood floors throughout main level, freshly painted walls, as well as all new trim and doors thoughout. Backyard is fenced and features an oversized deck. MLS 13604241.

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209 Amy Lynn Dr. Amherstview (MLS 13603181)

Stunning 2 storey fully renovated home, in a great area. This home boasts, hardwood floors, open concept design, newer kitchen with granite counters, renovated bathrooms and a beautiful ensuite bath. Other features include high efficiency gas heat, central air, hot water on demand, upgraded electrical, re-shingled roof, new windows and doors. Close to downtown and queens university. Garage is three cars deep. $389,900

All stone custom Mcfarland `energy star` quality home. Over 3200 Sq.Ft. Of finished living area. Total of 4 bedrooms and three full baths. This carpet free home boasts hardwood, cork and ceramic floors. Other features include custom kitchen with granite counters, central air and vac, recessed lighting, vaulted ceilings, solar panels and gas fireplace. Full nanny potential in the walkout basement, extensive decks and above ground pool. $389,900

147 Kildare, Amherstview (MLS 13605517) Updated, upgraded and decorated, this 5 year old home is ready for you and your family. The main floor is bright and open with patio doors leading you to the fully fenced back yard with a poured concrete patio to enjoy barbequing and is wired for a hot tub. Other features include 2nd floor laundry, generous sized bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk in closet and so much more. Call today for your private viewing. $279,900

2977 4th Cons Rd Kingston (MLS 13605250) Nestled amongst the trees sits this custom built 2,250 square foot bungalow, on three acres of land. Slated to be completed late july, this stunning home features i.C.F. Foundation, 9` ceilings, hardwood and ceramic throughout, custom trim package, custom kitchen, ensuite with his and hers showers with rain heads plus stucco exterior and over sized garage. Located close to colonade golf club, easy to the 401 and cfb kingston. Packages available. $459,900

531 Forest Hill Drive Kingston (MLS 13603911) Office This executive `John Maas` quality home is the finest in its price range. Move your family into this luxury 4 bedroom home with over 3700 sq.ft. of finished living area. Interior Cataraqui Woods Drive, features include hardwood and ceramic640flooring, cathedral ceilings, updated kitchen and baths all Suite with7 granite, classic oak staircase, gas fireplace, home theatre, wet barLand S master ensuite. Outside find an oversized mature lot, lush and green, private and finished with hot tub and decks. $569,900

126 MacDougall St., Amherstview (MLS 13602320) This quality 1215 sq.Ft. `Wellington` model barr home has tons to offer. Open concept design, ensuite bath, carpet free with maple hardwood and ceramic tile. Unspoiled basement. On the outside find an 16`x18` deck, extra wide paved drive with curbs. The garage is stellar, itParticipating is insulatedmember and the of walls are Relocation covered in Service Brazilian Pine, D.N.D. separate panel, heated and a huge loft, hardwood work bench as well. Other features are central air and hrv.....$282,900

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medical, pharmacy, ohip, queens university, fitness, aquatic, shopping, 3 bedroom home boasts 100 acres just 10 groceries, convenient to CFB, RMC and much more! Easy to show. 1970 Highway 32 • $253,900 minutes north of the 401. This home has a • A well maintained elevated bungalow in a large living room, separate dining room and a large deck which overlooks your property peaceful setting This property has lots to offer. This all stone, 3 bedroom home boasts • Bright spacious living room, well appoint- as well as newer windows and furnace. You 100 acres just 10 minutes north of the 401. This home has a large ed country size kitchen Whenroom, location counts!! This downtown `gem` has been renovated `top can utilize the level for a small busiliving separate dining room andlower a large deck which overlooks • 1 + 2 bedrooms, 1 + 1/2 bathrooms, sepaness or in-law suite, as it features a kitchen, your property as3well as newer windowshome and furnace. utilize to bottom`. This bedroom, 2 bathroom is brightYou andcan spacious, rate dining area the lower level for afull small business or in-law suite, it space features a bath, rec room and an office with big windows throughout.Located downtown 5 minutes toasPrincess Street • Fully finished walk out basement kitchen, full bath, rec room and an office space with a walk-out. From a walk-out. From the house you can see the • Large deck for relaxing on warm evemaking this a great location for a home based business. 4 Appliances the house you can see the dog kennels and large work shop. There dog kennels and large work shop. There are nings. are some private fields for horses, and of hardwood and softwood. included, yard. Parking for 3plenty cars.horses, Close toand all amenities some fields for plenty including of hard• Call to book your personal tour! Call to see this beautiful property. medical, pharmacy,wood ohip, queens university, fitness, aquatic, shopping, and softwood. MLS #13600253



groceries, convenient to CFB, RMC and much more! Easy to show.

2817 PERTH RD MORTGAGE RATE: Rate Survey as of Monday, July 2013 This property has lots to offer.This8th, all stone, 3 bedroom home boasts

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4521 SnIDeR RD, VeRona $487,900 MLS®# 13601457

73 BetHel RD, Stone MIllS $227,500 MLS®# 13601499

385 QUARRY POND ROAD Spacious elevated 3 bedroom bungalow in Kingston’s East end close to CFB Kingston and Downtown. Large living room, eat in kitchen with deck to a fully fenced yard. Excellent rec room in the lower level with bar, games and lounging area, 4th bedroom or office easily could be finished. This home boasts a lot of space for family and friends. inground







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693 CentRe StReet $214,500 MLS®# 13601947

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280 ColeBRook RD, Stone MIllS $399,900 MLS®# 13605105






486 WESTON CRES Looking for the right sized home? This lovely 1550 sq ft 9 year old Nightingale model by Caraco Homes has all the right stuff. Hardwood and ceramic throughout the main floor, large open concept living area with a tripled sided glass fireplace, 9ft ceilings,master bedroom with 4 piece ensuite,main floor laundry,deck,central air,HR, 2car garage and fully fenced yard backing onto trees. Lower level with loads of space.

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$269,000 enjoy the view of Lake Ontario from your park like back yard and deck. This film directors home is open concept and tastefully decorated, has $109,900 5th garage wheel orand trailerseparate lot with small exattached Excellent oversized storage isting shoreMLS line 12606486 on the bay of Quinte. Direct shed.cottage. A mustLevel to view!

$269,000 enjoy the view of Lake Ontario from your park like back yard and deck. This film directors pRIce decorated, - Reduced!has home is open concept andnew tastefully $559,000 On the main Rideau channel this levelstorage lot has attached oversized garage and separate fantastic accesstotoview! the water. round custom built home shed. A must MLSYear 12606486

4095 GRahaM Road South

Bethel Road

OPEN HOUSE Sunday 2-4 PM

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$269,000 enjoy the view of Lake Ontario from your park like back yard and deck. This film directors home is open concept and tastefully decorated, has attached Aoversized garage and located separate storage $499,900 one of a kind property on approxished. A6must mately acrestoofview! park MLS like 12606486 land, surrounded by trails

$269,000 enjoy the view of Lake Ontario from your park like back yard and deck. This film directors home is open concept and tastefully decorated, has attached Excellent oversizedbuilding garagelot and separate $79,900 for hobby 23 +/shed. A1100`+ must tofrontage view! MLS 12606486 Acres, on bethel street, 48 x 38 barn

access from main road (south shore road) ready to put your mobile home. Hydro, bunk shed (power) storage shed. Hwy PARKWAY, GREATER NAPANEE #33 to7942 past LOYALIST hydro plant, right County road #21, left on County road #8, right South Shore Road to #907.WATERVIEW MLS 13604453


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569 elMHURSt CRt. $559,500 MLS®# 13601423

finished to the highest standards. Ready to occupy, separate garage with its own heat plus finished loft. A must to LOYALIST PARKWAY, GREATER NAPANEE view.7942 Seeley`s bay main street, left on mill, right on dean`s WATERVIEW lane, left onto sunset land #821. MLS 12606786


Illustration Photo $399,900 MLS®# 13603086 TO BE BUILT LOT 110 ATKINSON ST. To be Built - not yet started-Sobella House & Home, award winning Tarion builder presents modern design and luxury in the beautiful home on a premier street in Llydenwood. This homeio offers uStop quality standards like granSPac counters,hardwood ite&marble &ceramic floors,carpet in bedrooms, 9’ceilings. Designer lighting package and more. Built with dedication and integrity.

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847 CReStWooD aVe. $409,500 MLS®# 13600590


199 KILDARE AVE AMHERSTVIEW 3 year old custom built 1370sq ft with beautiful upgraded kitchen cabinets with granite counters, island and slate floors open to the family room with Jatoba hardwood floors and corner gas fireplace & triple wide patio door to a cedar deck. Separate dining room, master bedroom with en n large tructiovanity. nssideboard suite including step in showerco and 5 1/2` baseboards, Inviting front veranda, paved drive, curbs, 2 car s begun hagarage.


Illustration Photo $239,900 MLS®# 13603930 BATTERSEA RD ‘TO BE BUILT - NOT YET STARTED’ Bungalow by Barry Howlett Construction Ltd. situated on a lovely country lot approximately 20 mins north of the city. Featuring stone/vinyl exterior, double car garage, 9 foot ceilings, open concept great room/ktchn Pool with hardwood and ceramic flrs and propane fireplace, sizable master bedroom with custom ensuite including large ceramic tile shower with glass enclosure and double sinks, main floor laundry and much more!




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and green space. Beautiful pond with perennial gardens.

Paved drive. Ground heat pump plus 11:22 AMsourcePage 1 solar photovolt electric. Zero energy cost plus income from hydro generation. Immaculate laid out renovated bungalow with oversized garage. Too many features to list here. A must to view. Out highway #38 to Harrowsmith, north 1 km, left on Graham road.

1489 WooDfIelD $449,900 MLS® 13603648

with a well near the barn. Dug well over on western part of property. Priced right to build your future home. Cty rd #6 just north of Colebrook, left bethel rd property Group Masters on the immediate right.Sutton MLS 12608781

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408 WESTGATE COURT To be Built - not yet startedcustom 1806 sq ft bungalow by Barry Howlett Construction LTD situated in Prestigious Westgate Village Subdivision in the West end. Harwood and ceramic throughout the spacious main level with 9 ft ceilings. Upgraded kitchen with crown molding, extended upper cabinets, granite counters, gas fireplace featuring ledge stone facing to ceiling. Master has dual closets -hers is the walk in and ensuite.

4521 SNIDER RD VERONA Spectacular stucco & brick bungalow featuring a fabulous great room, bright kitchen, 3+1 bedroom, finished lower level with walkout to private hot tub area with beautifully designed interlock patio complete with built in bbq grills. This showcase home has been built with pride in every corner is a dream! Over 4000 sq ft of living space, close to lakes and golf course.

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100 KENWOOD’S CIRCLE Situated in one of Kingston`s premier locations in the City`s east end is this all stone brick 3 bedroom bungalow with amazing views of it`s very own park like lot. Large principle rooms such as the living room with gas fireplace, formal dining room, large eat in kitchen and master bedroom with ensuite. An unspoiled basement with walk out to rear yard oasis which offers great potential to the new owner. Mature landscaping.

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1052 Redwood Crescent MLS®13601768 • $299,900 Welcome to this three LAKE bed, 482A BURNS RD. BOB’S LAKE ONTARIO BUILDING LOT 1.5 bath semi - neutrally and For full listing details and photos tastefully decorated, you will see like the ceramic foyer and ® home MLS 13600695 MLS® 13604292 kitchen. This bright Lovely elevated 3 bedroom bungalow situated on 2 acres Family summer retreat for sale Bathroom on Bob’s Lake consisting ofw/soaker Rare opportunity being offered, 110 feet of Lake features offering beautiful views from the wrap around decking, Living over 6800 ft. of lake frontage and 65 acres of privacy. This Ontario. Water front is clean and level at waters edge, $699,900 $239,900 propertytub, room with fireplace, very accommodating country kitchen has been family ownedfurnace since the 1920’s. Property new and c/air in home and enjoy the summer sunsets build your dream with eating area, finished lower level with extra bedroom... does consist of an all purpose cottage with fireplace, Amherst Island. Dir: County Rd. 6 to Cutler Rd. to Bethel Rd. bunkie, 2012, boathouse and roof docking. 2009. Patio over doors MLS® 13604075 • $239,900 MLS®13600695 • $699,900 MLS®13601768 • $299,900 to fenced yard. Fin. basement ® and garage. For full listing detailsMLS and photos see

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