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Heal Well Kingston’s Healing Salon

FREE, April 26th, 6—7:30pm, Lace Mill, 165 Cornell St, Kingston A health gathering to bring community members together—healers, health providers, and anyone seeking health improvement—to share [...]

Internet Access for Cyber Seniors

The Cyber Seniors Program Gives Seniors Access to the Internet by Matching Them with High School Students A celebration of the Cyber Seniors program that linked high school students and seniors [...]

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Computer Program Brings Internet Access to Kingston Senior Housing

When Marge Gagnon began working with the residents of Kingston’s affordable senior housing, she was amazed to learn that 80 percent of them had no Internet access. “Most adults in our focus group [...]

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Smarter Lunchrooms in City of Kingston Schools

Did you know that the City of Kingston School District serves thousands of lunches every day?  Of course, everyone wants and deserves school lunches and breakfasts to be as healthy as [...]

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Kingston on the Move! The Kingston Greenline and the Empire State Trail Plan

The seeds were sown for the Kingston Greenline in 2013 when the Kingston Land Trust commissioned the Kingston Point Rail Trail Feasibility Study with support of the City of Kingston and the [...]

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“Our Food”- With Kaycee Wimbush of the YMCA Farm Project

This is the first installment of  “Our Food”,  a series of interviews with Kingstonians about their relationship to food. Kaycee Wimbish is the farmer and creator of the Kingston YMCA [...]

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Age Well in Kingston

This blog post was originally written by Elizabeth Hartig on the American Planning Association Plan4Health website. The Plan4Health project is working to create a healthier environment through [...]

New Dietary Guidelines for Americans

You may have noticed lots of news a few weeks ago about the new and updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans.  So what are these guidelines and what makes them important?  The Dietary Guidelines [...]

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A Vision for “Complete Parks” in Kingston

Steve Noble, our outgoing Play Well Chair and Environmental Specialist for the Kingston Parks and Recreation Department and incoming Mayor, provides us with a vision and a roadmap for a great [...]

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Giving Thanks – Reflections on Bounty at the South Pine Street Farm

Farmers Joel Zenie and Trish Hawkins wrote this beautiful post about their experience for their first year on the South Pine St. Farm in Midtown Kingston.  Read on to learn the ins and outs of [...]

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