Gallery

The Friends of Kingston Inner Harbour have already accomplished significant milestones in our quest to revitalize Doug Fluhrer Park and areas along the Western shore of the Cataraqui River. This Gallery is a work in process and contributions are desired from members of the community. If anyone has any pics of events from the past season we would love to include them.

Turtle Sightings Spring 2016

framed nest june 2016Framed box to protect turtle eggs

northern_map may 23 2016 Northern Map,sighted May 23

northern_map june 5 2016 Northern Map, sighted June 5

northern_map june 15 2016Northern Map, sighted June 15

northern_map june 15_2 2016Northern Map, sighted June 15

northern_map june 20 2016Northern Map, sighted June 20

Grand Opening of the Waterfront Trail, 2013

Here are some pics of Mary & Ed at the grand opening of the waterfront trail in Kingston. After years of political heavy lifting their bike/walking path is finally becoming a reality. The mayor came with his golden shovel and officially opened the first leg of the trail while students and other volunteers helped to plant dogwoods and spread mulch. It was a grand day!

Barefoot Players perform in Douglas Fluhrer Park, July 24th, 2013

Barefoot Players perform in Douglas Fluhrer Park, July 24th, 2013

Barefoot Players perform in Douglas Fluhrer Park, July 24th, 2013

Geoff Haskell slacklining in the park, July 23rd, 2013

Geoff Haskell slacklining in the park, July 23rd, 2013

Googly Eyes on Rocks – decorating the park, July 17th, 2013

A painted turtle in Douglas Fluhrer Park

Queen`s Barefoot Players perform their rollicking family-friendly version of Twelfth Night at Family Wednesdays in Douglas Fluhrer Park

Creating hanging planters out of recycled bottles.

Creating Eco Art

Creating Eco Art

Jazzing up the barrier that stops the road at Douglas Fluhrer Park

The gold stamp of approval.

Ride with the Mayor, Belle Park to Market Square, June 7, 2013

Clean up of Doug Fluhrer Park, April, 2013

Clean up of Doug Fluhrer Park, April, 2013

Clean up of Doug Fluhrer Park, April, 2013

Cleanup of old K&P line at Belle Park. May 5, 2013.

Herb Helmstaedt (Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network), Mayor Mark Gerretsen and Councilor Rob Hutchison unveil a sign for the new trail head connecting Kingston with the Frontenac Arch Biosphere and its Paddling Trails that extend from Brockville to Kingston and then up to Ottawa.

 

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