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  • Made in the Shade Perennials Inc.
    A tree swing sways in the breeze beneath a willow near gardens of large perennials sprouting in rows and flourishing in greenhouses. When Laura Tattersall founded Made in the Shade Perennials in 2006, she wanted to build more than a simple nursery, she wanted to create a destination. She envisioned a lush environment where customers could stroll among large clusters of violet hydrangeas, duck under the bulky green leaves of wild ginger, and admire the yellow and white blossoms of star grass. Teaming up with her daughter, Lynn, they till the ground and plant shade-producing perennials and plants suited to the eastern Ontario climate, growing everything available in their catalogue onsite. Working with both landscapers and home gardeners, they invite all horticulturists to peruse their lush country landscape for water plants, vines, and a wide variety of hard-to-find hostas. When the team can fit it into their schedule, they also lead free workshops on topics such as garden design and why an actual green thumb is a serious medical condition that should be attended to immediately.
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    3626 Leeds and Grenville County Road 2
    Gananoque, ON CA
  • Renaissance Music Ltd
    Since 1972, Renaissance Music owner Gary Mullen has lived out his philosophy—that anyone can learn to express themselves through music—by selling instruments from makers such as Yamaha, Gibson, Fender, and Martin. The shop’s deft repairmen tend to all the wear and tear musicians inflict, building up a cache of services that ranges from guitar restringing to giving the Heimlich to blocked trumpets. He facilitates patrons' enjoyment of the music world not only through sales but through lessons; the shop’s team of more than 30 instructors teaches almost 800 students on instruments from the piano to the harmonica. Students can show off their newly learned techniques during in-house concerts, and peruse a vast in-house supply of sheet music for classic concertos or newer works, such as Bach and Mozart mash-ups.
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    1057 Midland Ave
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Kaboom Fireworks
    Kaboom Fireworks stocks a large assortment of pyrotechnics, including sparklers, fountains, and mortars that launch into the sky before bursting into showers of brilliant colour. Throughout the year, they also offer special giveaways to customers depending on how much they purchase in-store. Shoppers can also find party favours such as confetti cannons and glow-in-the-dark jewellery. Before lighting a fuse, check out the company's safety tips, where you can get information about everything from what makes a good fireworks show to where fireworks should be stored and why they aren't efficient at toasting s'mores.
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    616 Gardiners Rd
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Homecraft Brew & Wine
    After punching his last timecard at Labatt's Breweries in 1981, Marven Veinot couldn't get brewing out of his system. That's why he got Homecraft Brew & Wine quickly up and running, excited to share his knowledge of the art with others. Since then, Marven handed over the reigns to Joseph Sulley and the little brewer's haven has grown to become one of the largest home and wine beer stores in Kingston. They supply wine- and beer-making enthusiasts with kits to craft their very own special concoctions, including red and white wines varietals and craft beer ingredients. To ensure hobbyists have all the tools need to create the finest libations, they also lead classes and workshops.
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    2787 Princess St.
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Novellino Clothing & Accessories
    Novellino Clothing & Accessories swathes youthful and fashion-conscious dressers in modern apparel and accessories. A host of style-minded international cities provide the constantly changing, small-run selections, including duds from Los Angeles that arrive weekly, warring over pilot scripts. Tops join footwear in a sprightly dance, escorted by day dresses and handbags both spanking new and vintage. Fair-weather wardrobes bloom from the boutique's line-up of cocktail dresses, including the draped white Calypso dress with black and red detailing ($69.99), and a cast of vintage and modern jewellery. Novellino's rotating stock of vintage accessories, which currently includes mid-century green and gold neckwear ($17.50), give credence to the shop's name, which translates to “young and new" in Italian or “saucy toga" in Latin.
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    289 Princess St
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Seniors Association Kingston Region
    Established: 1976 Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Fitness classes Recommended Age Group: Adults The Seniors Association Kingston Region is a conglomeration of professionals and more than 750 volunteers that manage The Seniors Centre. They provide more than 100 programs, classes, and social functions geared toward people ages 50 and older, though there's no age requirement to join in the fun. "Our youngest member is 23," confesses one staffer. They host sporting events such as badminton tournaments, group fitness classes, and even art classes that range in topic from repurposing old jewelry to casting objects in cement. They also run an onsite restaurant, Hatter's Cove, where chefs dish up daily specials such as meatloaf, poached salmon, and chicken kiev.
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    56 Francis St
    Kingston, ON CA

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