It is starting to feel like our extended summer may be coming to an end. Check out these great events and places for some wheelchair accessible things to do this November. Make sure to check out our Facebook page “Accessible Kingston Ontario” under the events section for more information about each of these events.
1. The Kingston Nighttime Santa Parade takes place on November 18th.
This will be the 14th annual nighttime Santa parade in Kingston.
It starts at Innovation Park at 5pm and goes all down Princess to Ontario Street.
Bring non-perishable food items for the Food bank, and letters for the big guy as well.
Santa will be then be in Market Square after for the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Rides on city buses will be free all day.
2. Artisan Christmas Market. Held at the Ambassador Hotel on Sunday, November 12th from 10am – 4pm.
3. Improbable Escapes (accessible options available). Love Letter Lockdown, Catch Me Outside, Legend of the Mayan Temple, and House of Slaughter are all wheelchair accessible.
4. Elvis Anthrology at Grand Theatre. Saturday, November 11th at 7pm
5. Christmas Holiday Market. Opens November 18th at 274 Princess Street.
6. Kingston Frontenacs Game at the KROCK. Don’t forget to get out there and cheer on our very own Kingston Fronts. Accessible seating available by calling Ticketmaster or visiting the box office at the KRock.
7. Swim at one of the city swimming pools (check out the adapted swim programs online)
8. Cloverleaf Lanes Bowling (accessible ramp to lane area and bowling ball track available )
9. Annie at the Octave Theatre. The musical is on 16th-19th November and 23rd-26th November.
10. Napanee Comic Con – November 12th 10-4 Strathcona Paper Centre