Why your Kingston Shoreline Story is important.

Photo: Lake Ontario Waterkeeper The Shoreline Shuffle Salute Exhibit opened this past Saturday at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning. It was a beautiful day to remember the success of the 2013 Shoreline Shuffle, and to build on the progress of the original event with a community collection of Kingston Waterfront Stories.The exhibit showcased photos from the original shuffle, and gathered key organizers Dave McDonald, Su Sheedy, and Mary Farrar.Part photography exhibit and part…

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Why your Kingston Shoreline Story is important.

Photo: Lake Ontario Waterkeeper The Shoreline Shuffle Salute Exhibit opened this past Saturday at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning. It was a beautiful day to remember the success of the 2013 Shoreline Shuffle, and to build on the progress of the original event with a community collection of Kingston Waterfront Stories.The exhibit showcased photos from the original shuffle, and gathered key organizers Dave McDonald, Su Sheedy, and Mary Farrar.Part photography exhibit and part…

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Kingston’s Shoreline Shuffle Salutes your Waterfront Memories

Dear Kingston installation by Christine Dewancker. Part of the Shoreline Shuffle, June 23, 2013 On June 23, 2013 in Kingston, ON a public protest called the Shoreline Shuffle took place where several hundred’s of people walked, paddled and cycled 7.7km along Kingston’s downtown shoreline to raise awareness about the need for better public access and waterfront planning in their city.The event was created by David McDonald, founder of the Water Access Group, and other organizers,…

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Kingston’s Shoreline Shuffle Salutes your Waterfront Memories

Dear Kingston installation by Christine Dewancker. Part of the Shoreline Shuffle, June 23, 2013 On June 23, 2013 in Kingston, ON a public protest called the Shoreline Shuffle took place where several hundred’s of people walked, paddled and cycled 7.7km along Kingston’s downtown shoreline to raise awareness about the need for better public access and waterfront planning in their city.The event was created by David McDonald, founder of the Water Access Group, and other organizers,…

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