04 May

YGK Craft Beer Fest Bands Announced

Fort Henry releases band line-up for the YGK Craft Beer Festival, Saturday June 11, 2022 YGK Craft Beer Fest headliners, The Wilderness, Live at Rock the River. Fort Henry is bringing some well-known Kingston and Ontario-based bands to the Canadian Tire stage at its YGK Craft Beer Fest when the festival returns on Saturday, June 11, 2022. Bands begin at 12:00pm and play all day. Indie-rock band The Wilderness, beloved by Kingston locals, wraps up the night with their headlining set kicking off at 6:30pm. Bands include: Julia Finnegan (12pm)*…

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28 Apr
YGK Craft Beer Fest plastic cup with beer laying on grass

YGK Craft Beer Fest Beers Announced

Fort Henry releases confirmed beer vendors for YGK Craft Beer Fest, Saturday, June 11, 2022! Photo by @rach_marie12 via Instagram Highlighting the best local breweries in the Kingston area and across Ontario, Fort Henry is bringing a super sudsy line-up of favourite brews to the hill this summer. Black Lab Brewing Creemore Springs Daft Brewing* Fine Balance Brewing Company Hard Way Cider Co.* Harrowsmith Brewing Co.* Hop Valley Brewing Karbon Brewing Co. MacKinnon Brothers Brewing Co.* Riverhead Brewing Company* Skeleton Park Brewery* Westport Brewing Company Prince Eddy’s Brewing Co. *…

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26 Apr
Various individuals in safety vest and hard hats overlooking body of water at Brown's Bay

Construction Progress Update on Revitalization at Brown’s Bay Beach

St. Lawrence Parks Commission’s Strategic Infrastructure Revitalization Plan in Full Swing at Its Oldest Park in Mallorytown, Ontario (L-R) Front of Yonge Township Mayor Roger Haley and Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark meet with St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) Chair, Hon. Bob Runciman; SLPC CEO & General Manager, Hollee Kew; and local contractors at Brown’s Bay Beach to celebrate the progress of construction on the park’s multi-year revitalization project. Mallorytown, ON — Spring has come to St. Lawrence Parks Commission’s (SLPC) oldest park, Brown’s Bay Beach and…

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12 Apr
Upper Canada Village

2022 Upper Canada Village Tickets Now On Sale

This summer, take a road trip back in time and experience life in the 19th century. Morrisburg, ON — One of the largest living-history museums in Canada returns for the 2022 season, inviting guests to step back in time to 1866 and experience 19th century rural village life. Upper Canada Village offers an immersive experience with more than 40 historic buildings, traditional trades, farming, music, and 19th century social life. Starting today, April 12, guests can now book their tickets online for the 2022 Upper Canada Village season. Every day, Upper…

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12 Apr
Fort Henry

2022 Fort Henry Tickets Now On Sale

Experience life in a British Military Garrison with military demonstrations and 19th century interpretation of military life. Kingston, ON — Military interpreters bring history to life as they recreate the sights and sounds of the historic Fort Henry Guard Drums, Drill Squad and Royal Artillery within the limestone walls of Fort Henry National Historic Site, transporting guests back in time to the year 1867. Starting today, April 12, guests can book their tickets online for the 2022 Fort Henry season! All season long (from May 21-September 4), rigorously trained Fort…

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02 Feb
Aerial Shot of Long Sault Parkway

Summer Student Positions Now Available!

As an Agency of the Government of Ontario, the St. Lawrence Parks Commission is an inclusive opportunity employer that continues to take action to create a diverse, welcoming, racially equitable, and accessible space for its employees, community members, and guests, where all backgrounds and experiences are embraced. The SLPC aims to build and grow an organizational culture that actively commits to anti-racism actions for its staff and community.  …

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08 Nov
Green space with grass and trees overlooking body of water in the distance

Restoring Brown’s Bay Beach

Infrastructure Investments Will Optimize Guest Safety, Accessibility and Experience at Treasured Spot Along the Thousand Islands MORRISBURG, ONTARIO — St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) is pleased to announce that it is launching a multi-year project to restore its Brown’s Bay Beach site along the Thousand Islands Parkway in Mallorytown, Ontario. Work is currently underway preparing the site for key infrastructure upgrades such as new washrooms within a new canteen building, major reconstruction of a portion of the seawall that will also create an elevated beach, and a new and improved…

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