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KAM & COVID-19 Statement

04 January 2022 – Ontario Modified Step 2 Measures – KAM Operation  

Hello KAM members and community, 

The new year has arrived and KAM continues to work and support Kingston’s cultural sector throughout these everchanging challenges.  Starting today, KAM staff is available to you via e-mail, phone and virtual face-to-face chats.  Our virtual offices are open (Tuesday to Friday), while our physical office at 837 Princess Street remains closed to the public. 

We continue our day-to-day planning and looking forward to upcoming events including PD opportunities in January, AGM in March, March of the Museums 2022, and the launch of the 2022 visitor season.

Thank you and will be chatting soon!


December, 2021 – Update – Office Operations, Winter Break 2021

As our community continues to work within and support KFL&A orders, KAM maintains public hours, generally, Tuesday to Friday.

Please note that the KAM office will be closed for our Winter Break from Monday, December 13, 2021 and will re-assess public access Tuesday, January 4, 2022.

Our warmest wishes to you and your friends and family!


02 April 2021 – Ontario Province-Wide Shutdown

 As outlined on Thursday, April 1, 2021, the KAM offices will be closed throughout the four-week mandated shutdown.  Our staff, as always, continue to work at home and are available to you via e-mail  Stay safe, stay well, stay informed!


21 December 2020 - Province-wide Lockdown

In accordance with mandated provincial emergency measures, the KAM offices will be closed.  Please stay home, stay safe!  Our staff continue to work at home and are available to you via e-mail  Take care!


02 July 2020 - Update - Office Operations

KAM offices are open once again - with public health and safety measures in place! Public visits are by appointment only.  You can continue to contact KAM staff by phone or email.


03 April 2020 – Update – Office Operations

Further to current governmental announcements, KAM offices will remain closed.  KAM staff will continue to work remotely and support our members and stakeholders during this time.  We continue to monitor the fluid COVID-19 directives and provide links and resources as they become available.

 Again, please do not hesitate to contact us at!


March 23, 2020 – Update – Office Operations

 Due to recent developments and announcements, the KAM office space will be closed and KAM staff will re-assess office space operations by April 6, 2020.  Staff will continue to work remotely and are available by e-mail or through the Contact Us tab.  Stay safe!


March 17, 2020

 As the coronavirus pandemic continues to have significant impacts throughout our communities, the Kingston Association of Museums, Art Galleries & Historic Sites is committed to supporting our members through this time of heightened risk and uncertainty. 

KAM takes guidance from the local, provincial and federal health and public safety agencies.  We consider the safety of our members, their staff and volunteers paramount.  We ask that you monitor and practice proper public safety measures – social distancing, wash your hands, sleep well, keep in good mental health. 

We have provided the following reliable public information links for your reference:

KFL&A Public Health – COVID-19

City of Kingston – COVID-19

Operationally, KAM staff continue to be available by e-mail and phone, although we have taken measures to limit in-person, committee and working group meetings at the KAM offices.  We continue to process information and develop contingencies for our programming initiatives.  We maintain open communication with our funders and other external stakeholders.  We remain positive and hopeful as we move forward.

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Thank you!

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