Perfect Weekend: Kingston Edition

Monday, September 12, 2016

Kingston truly comes alive every September with the return of students but it also marks the arrival of fall and all its sweet delights. I relish being in a constant adventure in my own backyard and this weekend was filled with excitement especially for a foodie. From usual weekend traditions to attending annual events, here's a snapshot of my weekend:

Perfect Weekend: Kingston Edition

Celtic Kitchen Party


The weekend commenced at Fort Henry's first-ever Celtic Kitchen Party to wrap up the summer season in style. It was the perfect spot to gather together on a Saturday afternoon with friends and family to enjoy great music, indulge in savoury food and soak up Celtic culture and traditions. While the tunes were playing, I sampled appetizing meals from food vendor Tulips & Maple and my oh my was is darn good - I had traditional Scotch Eggs and the meal ended with a bang when I received a plate of Guinness beef brisket.

Perfect Weekend: Kingston Edition

Memorial Centre Farmers' Market

As per Sunday traditions, my foodie partner-in-crime and I headed to the market for our usual order of sweet potato bread, steamed buns, apple cider and sausages. After having missed two weekends due to vacation - it was nice to come back to reality to such community feel. The highlight was meeting a fellow Kingstonian in real life after years of connecting on social media!

Perfect Weekend: Kingston Edition

Kingston Multicultural Arts Festival 

The vibrant waterfront was bustling with live music and performances this past Sunday down at Confederation Park as Kingston celebrated the sights, sounds, aromas and flavours of its multicultural and diverse community. This was an event that I was highly proud in attending as it brought out my sense of pride for my Indian background.

Perfect Weekend: Kingston Edition

Perfect Weekend: Kingston Edition


Kingston Ribfest

It's hard to believe that this was my fourth consecutive year attending Ribfest since its inception but then again who can resist the sweet smell of Ribs. It was an all ages affair with kiddos running around to adults enjoyed sips of beer, funnel cake and licking their bbq sauced fingers.


Up Next:

Kingston Fall Fair - September 15-18th
Fall Art After Dark - September 16th
Limestone City Tattoo and Arts Festival - September 17-18th
Fare for Friends - September 18th

-xoxo

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