To join a club, special interest group, hobby or sports group check Volunteer & Information Kingston's data base. There are thousands of entries; each providing contact and registration information.
The Kingston Field Naturalists Club's goal is to stimulate an interest in nature and the preservation of wildlife through field trips and speakers. Meets on the Queen's campus.
The Rideau Trail Club sponsors day hikes and other outdoor activities. Hikes vary in length and degree of effort; many are on the Rideau Trail, a cross-country footpath between Kingston and Ottawa. In winter months, there are cross-country ski outings.
JCI Kingston is part of a worldwide federation of professionals and entrepreneurs between the ages of 18-40. Activities may include public speaking classes, wine tasting, golf and curling.
The Kingston Technology Council offers speakers, events, and networking to those interested in the technology field. Members span all ages and come from a diverse business and industry mix. For a great networking experience, join one of their monthly lunch speaker events.
Kids Kingston is an online discussion site providing parents with social contacts and information about community events and activities.
To find a volunteer position, check Kingston's Volunteer database.
To find out about events in the Kingston area, pick up a free copy of Kingston This Week, published once a week. It's delivered in some areas or pick one up at a location near you.
For assistance on finding the information you need, dial 211. It connects you to a range of services from non-emergency to social, government, and health and it is available in over 150 languages. Refer to this 211 Ontario brochure for more information.