KINGSFOIL (ft Frankie Muniz of Malcolm in the Middle) // THE BESIDES (ft. SPENNY from KENNY vs. SPENNY) @ The Mansion

When: Wed, May 1 at 9:00pm. Doors open 8:00pm.

Where: The Mansion, 19+

Tickets: $15.00 advance. Buy Online!

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KPP Concerts/ CFRC 101.9 present:

(Indie Rock/Pop)



Advance tickets available at The Mansion, Brian’s Records, The Jungle

Pub Golf: The Back 9!

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On Saturday, March 2nd – Welcome back golfers. It is time to finish of this years round with a bang! The theme for the back 9 will be TV shows so get your teams and costumes ready to go. As many of you know, each hole of the back 9 will be a different bar in the hub area where each team will stop and indulge in a different drink at each of those bars.

Registration will start at 8pm at Ale house where you will be given wristbands and score cards for your team. These bracelets will allow for line skip at every bar on the back 9 as well as line skip and no cover back into Ale. The round will cost $10 per Golfer.

To register send the following info to Teddy Taggart at

  1. The name of your team captain
  2. The approximate number of golfers on the team

Thanks and we look forward to seeing you out on the course!

Queen’s Drama Beer with Profs and FIRST EVER Season Launch

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On Wednesday, Feb 27th the Drama DSC brings you our second Beer with Profs of the year! Come jam with your favourite professors at The Grad Club (second floor) and enjoy some fun conversation, snack, drinks and theatre puns starting at 9:00pm.

ALSO this time around — for the first time EVER — members of the Queen’s Drama community will be publicly announcing the 2013-2014 Fall and Winter Majors! No more waiting to hear it through the grapevine, it’s all here.

Chilling with your profs, learning fun secret information AND doing it all with your pals and the best department on campus? What more could you want from a Wednesday night?

Time Warp @ Alfie’s

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The Queen’s Campus Lions Club is warping you back to the past, then bringing you back to the future at Alfie’s! Come out on Thursday Feb 28 and get your groove, disco, and hammer time on! Tickets are $5 and will be on sale at the Queen’s Centre February 25-28 & at the door.

This is a charity event and all proceeds will be donated to the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides.

Ghetto Xpress @ The Merchant for Full Moon Merrymaking!

When: Mon, Feb 25 at 9:30pm-1:00am

Where: The Merchant Tap House (6 Princess St.), 19+

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This Monday, February 25th, come get weird AND/OR funky with the full mOOn and Ghetto Xpress down at the Merchant!

Pull your friends out of hibernation, grab a pint (or two or three) and loosen up after a long first day back to work after the weekend for a bit of dancing, funk and fusion with the Xpress. & do so while supporting LOCAL (and vibrant) Kingston musicians!

The Merchant Tap House offers customers a choice of over 25 draught beers and their menu, to die for, plus every Monday is Jumbo $23 Pitchers! You have no excuse but to come out this Monday night.

Check out this video from their first night at The Merchant on February 11:

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Research Opp: Want to Get Back in Shape?!

Are you here for the Summer and Want to get back in Shape?!

Are you eligible?

  • Males and females aged 18-30 years old
  • Non-smoker
  • Participate in LESS THAN 150 minutes of physical activity per week
  • Cannot be a PHE or KIN student

What do you get out of this study?

  • 16 free training sessions with a trained researcher
  • Improvement of health and fitness = PRICELESS
  • Helping out Science… cause science is COOL!!


What is FAR enough? A talk and book event featuring Denis Rancourt.

When: Tues, Feb 26 at 7:00pm

Where: The Grad Club

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“Change occurs when people risk as much as they need to. […] The question is not “What is too far?” but rather “What is far enough?”

Are anti-racist speech codes merely a fig leaf for entrenched racism? Are socioeconomic hierarchies public health threat number one? Is global warming just a profitable distraction from real environmental risks? What is the difference between a true intellectual and a service intellectual? Is the left-wing fetishism of non-violence simply an assent to the state’s monopoly on force?

Author Denis Rancourt asks these questions and more in his new book, “Hierarchy and free expression in the fight against racism. Drawing on the work of Paulo Freire, Jeff Schmidt, and Malcom X, and on his own experience as an activist inside the academic system, the answers he finds challenge dogmas on both left and right, challenging readers to question their beliefs, and pursue their own personal liberation … the first, crucial step in the struggle for social justice.

“Kick ass, don’t kiss it.” – Denis Rancourt

Whatever your opinion is, bring it and an opinionated friend? The event will be interactive and will illustrate some of the ideas in the book.

Events that are over :(

Here’s a look back at what’s happened at Queen’s and in Kingston so far this month! Keep track of how many events you went to!

The best thing about our community is that there are literally events ALL THE TIME! If you weren’t able to make it out to one of these events, don’t worry – life isn’t about what if’s.

Friday, Feb 1st

PUBLIC SKATE ICE TIME @ Springer Market Square / 9:00am – 10:00pm

ICE SLIDE — All Day @ Confederation Park

Deadline for Submissions – Kingston Can Film Festival: Local Shorts

Guest Speaker: “Rights in a History of Wrongs: Indigenous Policy in Canada” / 12:00pm

Workshop: Queen’s WIDEN / 2:00pm-4:00pm

FREE LIVE MUSIC / 5:00pm – 9:00pm @ Market Street Stage


Scandalous Events – Queer Nights @ Revolutions

When: Fri, Feb 22nd at 10:00pm-2:00am

Where: Revolutions Nightclub, 14 Garrett St. 19+

Cost: $5 Cover or $3 BEFORE 11pm with student ID

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Delicious Drinks, Dramatic Lights, Pumpin’ Beats, Sexy Queers and a whole lot of SCANDAL!

All Request DJ, All night!

Drinks are only $3.50 until 11pm! Get em’ while their CHEAP!

Try our signature shooter ‘Red Hot Scandal’ only $3.50 (It’s red and delicious and it’s literally on FIRE)

(This event is open to everyone! All genders, sexualities and identities are welcome!)
(Venue is Accessible!)
(This Event has no Affiliation with any Agencies or Charities)


When: Sat, Apr 6 at 9:00pm.

Where: The Mansion, 19+

Tickets: $8.00 at the door. Buy Online!

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KPP Concerts / CFRC 101.9 presents:

(Hamilton. Coqi, Zunior, Infinite Heat recs)

(Rotterdam, the Netherlands)


When: Wed, Mar 6 at 10:00pm

Where: Ale House, *18+

Tickets: $10.00 supports cancer research

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Come out in your BEST 90s ATTIRE for an awesome night full of 90’s music from your middle school glory days to celebrate World Cancer Day and raise money for an amazing cause!

Contact directly for tickets:

Laura: 674.892.2464
Sean: 613.453.9607
Meghan: 519.328.1566

~ASUS Cancer Triad

Golden Words 9th Annual Science Fair

Deadline: Wed, Mar 6i have no idea what i'm doing dog

When: Sat, Mar 9 at 9:00pm.

Where: Clark Hall Pub, 19+

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Golden Words’ 9th annual SCIENCE FAIR is coming up on MARCH 9TH at Clark, and we want YOUR project submissions!! Up for grabs is a Grand Prize of $400 CASH, plus runner-up prizes of $100 and $50, and tons of audience prizes.

Have an idea for something cool that you want to show people? A robot, a potato cannon, a laser, a beer funnel, a diorama, some sustainable alternatives, or anything else you’ve made? Great! Submit the details to Golden Words using this form by March 6th for your chance to win the big moola.

Not interested in submitting a project? Come be a part of our audience and try your hand at winning some sweet audience prizes! Tickets will be $5 and sold closer to the date of the event.

Any questions? Contact Caitlin at


2013 Arts & Science Formal: Fire & Ice

WHEN: Sat, Mar 9 at 8:30p-1:30aartsci

WHERE: Ban Righ Hall, 19+

TICKETS: $60 (4th year ArtSci’s) or $65 (other years/faculties)


Join us on March 9th, 2013 for the largest and most exciting ArtSci event of the year!

Ticket sales will be available before and after reading week, from February 11th-March 8th at the ASUS Core Front Desk, located at 183 University Avenue from 9am-5pm.

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Black History Month @ Queen’s – Calendar of Events

Tuesday, Feb 12th:

Student Alumni Talk with Dr. Elliott Clarke6:00pm – 7:30pm, Dunning Hall, Rm. 11

Feb 25th-Mar 1st:

Photo Exhibit Celebrating Black Youth Achievement – First Floor of Stauffer Library

Wednesday, Feb 27th:

Anti-Racism Workshop – 6:30pm – 8:30pm, Red Room, Kingston Hall

Thursday, Feb 28th:

Black History Month JamCelebration of Black music. Doors open at 10:00, The Mansion, 506 Princess St

For more information, visit:

Jack Astor’s Bartender Competition

flairWhen: Thursday, Feb 21st at 6:30 pm. Flair Show at 8:00pm.

Where: Jack Astor’s Kingston All Ages

Tickets: $10.00 with net proceeds going to the United Way. Buy tickets in store.


Fun, food, prizes, and flair!

The bartenders from Jack’s Kingston will face off in our first bar flair competition!
If you haven’t seen a Jack’s bartender competitions before, you have no idea what you are missing.

Tickets are $10 with net proceeds going to the United Way.

Marketplace and Food Sampling starts at 6:30pm.
Flair Competition begins at 8:00pm.

Be sure to buy your tickets in advanced when you are in for your next pint.

See you there!

Rouge – The 90s Edition

When: Friday, Mar 8th at 9:30pm-2:00am

Where: The Renaissance (map), 19+

Cover: $10.00

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Rouge is BACK for it’s 5th year in a row! And this time, we’re doing a throwback to the 90’s! That’s right… Boy Bands, Girl Groups, Grunge, Alternative, Bubblegum Pop… All your favorite Genres of the 90’s, All night long! This is a costume party, so bust out your old 90’s gear (because we all know you still have some in your closet) and travel back in time with us!

  • Music & Lights by the Fabulous DJ Clement
  • Awesome Door Prizes to be Won
  • To Document Your Attire, We will have a Photographer present!
  • Event Venue is Accessible

We’re going to Party like it’s 1999!

(All Monies Raised From This Event go Directly to Client Care at HIV/AIDS Regional Services)

Get Lei’d at Alfie’s!

When: Thursday, Feb 14 at 9:30pm-2:00am

Where: Alfie’s Nightclub, 19+

Tickets: $3.00 advance; $5.00 at the door!

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Come get Lei’d at Alfie’s and support a great cause!

Queen’s Rotaract Club is fundraising for our annual volunteer trip to El Salvador. All funds raised will go to the building of two houses for families in need in the coffee plantation village of Talnique. Your support goes a long way! $3 pre sale tickets and $5 at the door. Come in your hawaiian best! Aloha!


Black History Month Jam

When: Thursday, Feb 28 at 10:00pm

Where: The Mansion, 19+

Tickets: $5.00 on sale in the ARC (see times below).

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Join us as we close Black History Month by celebrating all types of Black Music;


by jamming out together to the sounds of Ebony & Ivory Entertainment at the Mansion!

Tickets will be sold in the ARC Feb 4-8 from 3:00-8:00pm, and Feb 11-15 from 11:00-3:00pm. We will also be selling tickets at the door, but if you get them in advance, you get a discount on drinks!

THE CREEPSHOW + guests @ The Mansion

When: Saturday, Feb 23rd at 10:00pm

Where: The Mansion, 19+

Tickets: $12.00 advance. Buy Online!

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KPP CONCERTS / CFRC 101.9 present:


Advance tickets available at The Mansion, Brian’s Records Option, The Jungle, Tricolour Outlet and online.

Formed in the dirty back alleys and dive bars of Toronto in 2005, THE CREEPSHOW has redefined the saying “No Rest For The Wicked”. Since their inception, the band has brought their genre-defying blend of country-tinged, psycho punk rock n’ roll to over 25 countries worldwide with plans to conquer many more as soon as possible