- Saturday January 21: Ariana Gillis in concert with Colleen Brown & Elijah Abrams at Calvary United Church
- February 25: Square and contra dance for Mulberry School
- March 2-5: LIVE in Kingston film premiere at Kingston Canadian Film Festival
- Ongoing December – March: Decade of Distraction: Benjamin Nelson Exhibit at The Elm Cafe
Highlights from the 2016 Festival
Musicalize Your Mental Health
Skeleton Park Arts Fest is wrapping up the first of two exciting music and mental health program sessions for youth at Pathways To Education (#263 Weller Ave), called “Musicalize Your Mental Health.” In an effort to help make mental health education more accessible, “Musicalize Your Mental Health” uses music as a metaphor at weekly jam sessions. Led by mental health worker, Rich Tyo, musician Daniel Chalmers, and Skeleton Park Arts Fest’s Greg Tilson, this program combines education, discussion, music-making and song-writing as a new approach to learning about mental health. The second session of Musicalize Your Mental Health gets underway on January 17, 2017.
Special thanks to
and local musicians Chris Brown and Yessica Rivera Belsham.
More about the Musicalize Your Mental Heath program:
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This year’s festival was co-presented by the Kingston Arts Council and Skeleton Park Arts. More about the Festival.