Campus Wellness Project

Campus Wellness Project

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Life Beyond Work

In high-stress times, it’s really important to ensure that you’re being kind to yourself and that you make time for people, interests and experiences you enjoy. Having a healthy work-life balance is crucial for your mental and physical health, and can help stave off stress and burnout.

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Local Services and Supports
  • Together at Home - City of Kingston: Share stories, ideas and find community with other residents of Kingston
  • Kingston Frontenac Public Library - borrow ebooks, audiobooks, newspapers and digital magazines, Residents of the City of Kingston or Frontenac County who do not have a library card can contact the library to gain access to digital collections. Include your full name as it appears on your ID, your full street address with postal code, your phone number and your email. Be sure to tell the library which branch you would like to have listed as your home library.
Family-Friendly Events with Faith and Spiritual Life
  • Faith and Spiritual Life is supporting community for students, staff and faculty via daily "Coffee + Conversation", and weekly "Soulful Singing and "Crafternoons".
Supports for Families
Explore the Arts from Home
  • Free Museum of Modern Art online courses - including abstract painting, contemporary art, photography, fashion as design, museum teaching strategies for your classroom and more
  • Virtual Art Hive @ Agnes - Thursdays, 4-5:30pm
  • AGNES From Home - explore The Agnes Gallery from home
  • Virtual Tett Tuesday - join fellow artists for an online evening of creativity, conversation and connection
  • The Makers of Kingston - Visit Kingston has invited the makers of Kingston to perform concerts, showcase artistry, create crafts, and share their passion and creativity with the city.
  • Canada Performs - NAC/ Facebook - #CanadaPerforms is a $600,000 short-term relief fund that pays Canadian artists for their online performances. It was launched by Facebook Canada and the National Arts Centre to help ease the financial strain for Canadian artists impacted by the closure of performance venues across Canada related to COVID-19, and to lift the spirits of Canadians during the crisis. Artists who are selected will receive $1,000 and their online performance will be announced and listed on the NAC’s Facebook page.
  • Berlin Philharmonic - Digital Concert Hall; free streaming
  • Indigenous Cinema from the National Film Board of Canada
Fun Diversions