In this “House to House” version of the program, a conversation with JOHN RYCE, one of three vice-chairs of the 2020 Tim Horton’s Brier held here in Kingston. We talk about his passion for curling and bringing a national competition to the City. Music in this episode: “Where were you” / Alan Jackson
What do The River Mill, Clark’s by the Bay, Clark’s on King, Aqua Terra and The Bayview Farm Restaurant have in common? CLARK DAY – and he is our guest in this episode of THE KINGSTONIAN.
In this episode we speak with DAREN DOUGALL, Chair of the United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington, about his long-term interest in the City’s Youth Diversion Program, and the major contribution the United Way has made to the “One Roof” program
In this episode, we profile OLD PONY, a group of three local musicians who have been playing in different configurations for years. Rob Watkins, Bernie Smith and Dennis Smith have recently come together to make new music and share it with their fans. Music in this episode: “The Best We Can” / “Calgary” / “Wild Prairies” /”At the Hop” / all songs recorded live and performed by Rob Watkins and Old Pony
In this episode, we focus on the Battle for Hill 70 – one of the lesser-known conflicts from WWI. Our guest led a team to bring a monument to that hill in France, and still has a passion for ensuring all Canadians understand its significance. This is our conversation with MARK HUTCHINGS. Music in this episode: “Battle for Hill 70” / Princess of Wales Own Regiment
Our guest has been playing since high school. These days, he is a a musician passionate about writing, performing and helping the next generation of musicians find their instrument at The Joe Chithalen Musical Instrument Lending Library. In this episode of THE KINGSTONIAN, a conversation with TIM AYLESWORTH.
Climbing the silks, performing on the hoops, our guest has a passion for performing and teaching circus arts to bodies of all shapes, sizes, ages and situations. In this episode, Dave Cunningham sits down with ERIN BALL Music in this episode: “Lone Digger” / Caravan Palace
If you’re a fan of musical theatre in Kingston, you’ll know our guest. She has been singing on stage since Grade 3! Join us on this podcast for our conversation with Maryanne Wainman. Music in this episode: “If we hold on together” / Diana Ross
The Kingston Family Y is now the YMCA of Eastern Ontario. A ‘coming together’ happened last year and that has opened up so much more potential. Listen in to our conversation with ROB ADAMS, the CEO. Music in this episode: “Sing A Song” / Earth, Wind & Fire / LP “Live in Tokyo”
In a community such as ours, fraternal organizations and service clubs play a big role in helping fill the gap for some of our citizens. One such group is the International Order of Odd Fellows and Rebekah’s. Our guest in this episode began his association with the Kingston Lodge and currently also serves as the Deputy Grand Master for Ontario. His name is MARK BLAKEY. Music in this episode: “If I had a $1,000,000” / Barenaked Ladies / LP – “All Their Greatest Hits, Disc One: 1991-2001”