Bring Your Thing: Homegrown

On Sunday, August 20th Bring Your Thing hosted our most popular event to date, with over one hundred individuals coming to check out our booth at the Memorial Centre Farmers' Market. For those who missed out on this great opportunity, the theme was Homegrown. We encouraged everyone in the community, and all the vendors at the... Continue Reading →

The Kingston Trolley Tour Experience

Listen to the tales of Kingston's historic past as you discover Canada's first capital by Trolley. Kingston Trolley Tours depart outside of the Visitor Information Centre across from Kingston City Hall in the heart of downtown Kingston. The combined narration between the GPS-triggered narration system and your experienced tour guide gives you the best local... Continue Reading →

Soldiers, Sailors & Jailors Trivia

Bring Your Thing’s Soldiers, Sailors, and Jailors was an amazing opportunity for members of the community to showcase their artifacts and their life stories. The event was also an opportune moment for those same people to show off their Soldiers, Sailors, and Jailors knowledge with a night of trivia. After the artifacts were put away,... Continue Reading →

Soldiers, Sailors & Jailors

On July 25, 2017, Bring your Thing had our seventh event of the year with the theme Soldiers, Sailors, and Jailors at the Portsmouth Tavern. We were very excited for this month’s theme as Soldiers, Sailors, and Jailors have all made great contributions to the City of Kingston and have shaped this city's history. We... Continue Reading →

Celebration at Military Communications and Electronics Museum Focused on Music

On Saturday, July 1st, the Military Communications and Electronics Museum hosted a live concert event to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Confederation. The museum staff with their partners at the Seniors Association Kingston Region and the Kingston Military Family Resource Centre (KMFRC) worked for months, planning and organizing this event to celebrate our nation’s special... Continue Reading →

That Belongs in a Museum

That Belongs in a Museum, the latest Bring Your Thing pop-up was hosted at the Boys and Girls Club of Kingston & Area. Fort Henry NHS, Military Communications and Electronics Museum and MacLachlin Woodworking Museum shared interesting items that made us think about why an artifact belongs in a museum! Youth displayed items that, not... Continue Reading →

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