Free Kingston community meal set for Jan. 10

The next Kingston Community Meal will be on Friday, Jan. 10.

The second Friday of each month Kingston offers a free community meal from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Village Green Community Center (26159 Dulay Rd NE). Kingston Cares (kingstoncares.org) in collaboration with the Village Green sponsor the meals, but each month a different community organization hosts the event.

The Jan. 10 meal will be hosted by The Kingston Cove Yacht Club, The Port of Kingston and The Kingston Ale House. We encourage other community groups, workplaces, churches, clubs and organizations to sign up at the Village Green (kingstonvillagegreen.org) to provide future meals.

Anyone who would like to enjoy a hot meal in the company of community friends and neighbors is invited and welcome to join us at our next meal on Jan. 10, 2020 as well as any future meals.

Activities include an open gym and board games after dinner for folks who want to make this part of their weekend entertainment.

The meal is free. If visitors wish to give back, a donation jar is available.

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