SATURDAY FOR KIDS each Saturday morning at the Marine Museum throughout the summer.
SEVERAL SPOTS still available at the Kingston Yacht Club Sailing School, even the July sessions, for both kid's and adult programs. This includes some openings on their well-known racing team.
WINDFARM TURBINES on Wolfe Island are "shockingly" deadly for birds, bats from Wednesday's Globe and Mail.
SCOOP: The Brown's Bay Inn was recently sold and apparently it's going to become a yoga resort.
NEARLY A THOUSAND LIGHTHOUSES declared surplus by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
The surplus lighthouses are those that Canadian Coast Guard officials determined "could be replaced with simpler structures whose operation and maintenance would be more cost-effective..."
RON BROWN on Kingston: catastrophe on the Cataraqui.
In his view, Kingston is a prime example of how not to treat a shoreline.
PHOTOGRAPHER IAN CORISTINE, who has made a career photographing the Thousand Islands region from the air, was featured in the Brockville Times Recorder last week.
KINGSTON ROWERS perform well at last weekend's World Cup event in Bled, Slovenia.
Bled, Slovenia, is the site of next year's World Rowing Championships.