Their names are on our kids’ jerseys and the sign on the 16th hole of a golf fundraiser. They donate thousands of pounds of food to local charities. They help build our community spaces. They have donated thousands of items to our silent auctions. Now it is our time as a community to come together and show our love for Kingston businesses.
Meaning “dear mother” in French, Cher-Mere is a Kingston and Trinidad & Tobago-based day spa the aims to share the essence of Caribbean beauty. Cher-Mere uses eco-conscious, natural, organic products and services. Join owner Aba Bowles-Mortley for an at-home kid’s manicure demonstration. Kingston is a city of musicians, makers, and creators. We are a city for experiencing and enjoying. Our vibrant arts and culture scene connects residents and visitors alike. Visit Kingston has invited the makers of Kingston to take over our channels to perform a concert, showcase their artistry, guide parents through a craft for kids, and share their passion and creativity with the city and beyond. We hope this connection will bring our community together while we are at home and support the creative scene we all love. Participating artists will be compensated with an honorarium.
KINGSTON, ON -- One Kingston nail salon is thinking outside the box in an effort to drum up business and keep clients safe. Cher-Mère Day Spa has set up manicure stations outside of their downtown store.Read More
It’s been nearly a month since Binh’s Nail and Spa was forced to temporarily close because of an outbreak that led to at least 30 COVID-19 cases. But as of today, KFL&A public health says Binh’s — along with several other nail salons in Kingston — are allowed to reopen.Read More
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