Kingston’s Movies in the Square, Limestone City Bluesfest to take place next month – Kingston

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As COVID-19 restrictions lift, and cases drop, Downtown Kingston BIA has announced two events to take place in August.

The first is a much-loved Kingston tradition, Movies in the Square, which will start up Aug. 12 and run until Sept. 23, ending in a surprise Pride-themed movie. In order, the following movies will play weekly: The Pursuit of Happyness, Matilda, Coco, Madagascar, Mamma Mia and Clueless. The final movie, Sept. 23, will be a surprise.

Movies will begin at dusk, typically after 8:30 p.m. for the mid-August showings and closer to 8 p.m. from late-August through September.

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The BIA says all attendees must wear a mask and practise physical distancing.

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Admission is free for all movies.

The BIA also announced that the Limestone City Blues Festival is returning to the square Aug. 27-28.

Details for the event have yet to be revealed. The BIA says the lineup and an admission sale date will be announced next week.

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Both events were cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Kingston region currently has one active case of the virus.

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