Watch the video from the last claymation workshop from earlier in 2016.Photos From Claymation Workshop Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Location: Sydenham Street United Church – Bottom Floor Hall 2016 - KINGSTON OCTOBER CLAYMATION WORKSHOPThe Kingston Regional Heritage Fair (KRHF) through a grant from the City of Kingston Sesquicentennial Heritage Grant and in collaboration with the Kingston Canadian Film Festival once again this year will offered this very popular workshop to local students. The workshops encouraged students to explore the world of stop-motion Claymation by developing ch
News from 2016
May 11, 2017 - McArthur Hall, Queen's University Faculty of EducationTeachers in grades 4-8 looking for creative ways to meet curricular objectives in Social Studies, History and/or Geography should register now for the 2017 Kingston Regional Heritage Fair. Projects! Heritage Workshops! Community Street Activities!The theme of the 2017 Fair is "Your Community's Place in Canadian History". The Kingston Regional Fair along with all of Canada will celebrate Canada's Sesquicentennial. Please join us for the celebration.
Check out the photos from the May 10 Claymation workshop at https://www.smugmug.com/gallery/n-bwvSCn/ .Check back to find the link to the video. It should be available by the end of the week.
Information for Teachers, Parents and StudentsKingston Regional Heritage Fair 2016May 12, 2016 – McArthur Hall, Faculty of Education, Queen’s University REGISTRATION:Registration is between 8:15 a.m. and 8:45 a.m.
Byron Stevenson (Instructional Leader – Toronto District School Board – West Region) has shared a new website created by the Ontario Elementary Social Studies Teachers Association (OESSTA). “OESSTA (Ontario Elementary Social Studies Teachers Association) is composed of teachers and educators from public and Catholic School Boards, private institutions and faculties of education. We have members from different regions in the province.
Teachers interested in signing up for this year's Kingston Regional Heritage Fair please register by April 8, 2016.Registration for student projects will be open in early April. The username and password for registering students and their projects will be sent to participating schools in the near future.If your school is not registered or you are homeschooled you can also register for the fair by contacting us.
Heather Montague, Chair of the 2016 Kingston Regional Heritage Fair, recently accepted a cheque from His Worship, Mayor Bryan Paterson. The KRHF is grateful to be the recipient of two grants from the City of Kingston Heritage Fund. The first is an Heritage Investment Operating Grant and the second is a Sesquicentennial Project Grant.The Heritage Investment Operating Grant will help the Kingston Regional Heritage Fair provide excellent heritage programming for local students at its Annual Heritage Fair on May 12, 2016 at McArthur Hall, Queen's University.
The Activity Room at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning was a buzz with the sounds and sights of engaged students from grades 6 – 8 as they created scenes to be part of a video that will be showcased at the C is for Canada segment of the Kingston Canadian Film Festival at the Baby Grand Theatre on February 28th and at the Kingston Regional Heritage Fair on May 12, 2016.The Kingston Regional Heritage Fair (KRHF) through a grant from the City of Kingston Sesquicentennial Heritage Grant and in collaboration with the Kingston Canadian Film Festival and local schools and school boards o
THE FEBRUARY 24th WORKSHOP HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE WEATHER. THE FEBRUARY 26 WORKSHOP WILL PROCEED AS SCHEDULED.
Registration for Claymation Workshops opens at http://www.krhf.ca/about/workshops-registration at 8:00am Friday, January 15, 2016. WORKSHOP #2 HAS REACHED ITS CAP OF 25 REGISTRATIONS. A WAITING LIST HAS BEEN CREATED AND STUDENTS ON THE WAITING LIST WILL BE ADVISED IF OPENINGS OCCUR.