| Tim Irwin
Father, Grandfather, Brother, Past Commodore of KYC, Operations Chair of CORK, awarded as the Sail Canada Volunteer of the Year, winner of the Ontario Sailing Presidents’ Award, Member of the Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame, Olympian, avid sailor, organizer supreme, gentle man.
Tim left this shore Friday, August 7. He was always interested and interesting. He invariably brought a new, different view to discussions and his humanity calmed those around him. His cheery smile will be missed by all who knew him. Tim brought his thoughtful approach to life to any group he worked with – from CORK to the crews he sailed with at KYC.
Arrangements will be announced at a later date. Donations to the Corinthian Fund will be accepted by donation form that will be added to the member's area of the KYC website on Monday.
Fair Sailing, Tim. You are well loved.
| Update from the General Manager
Summer Live Music Series
As a followup to last week's near sell-out, this Wednesday KYC welcomes the Soul music of Kingston's very own singer/songwriter John Torres to our ledgendary dockside patio. The music will start around 5:30. To compliment the music, Chef Neil and his team will feature southern Soul food - Blackened Catfish! Please call to reserve a table. The beachside patio will also be available for table service.
Our Spring/Summer menu has been a smash hit! Stay tuned for a new Summer/Fall menu featuring a few new delicious items from Chef Neil and his talented team. You may also notice a small price adjustment to some of our items. This will help offset the increases in food and beverage costs we are experiencing as a result of the pandemic.
| August 12: John Torres
| Weekend Features
Friday/Saturday Dinner feature:
- 10 oz Enright Cattle Co. Rib eye with a peppercorn demi-glace, roast shallot mashed potatoes and green & yellow beans - $28
- Feature: Smoked cheddar Croque Monsieur - $14
- Omelette: blue cheese, arugula and roasted red peppers - $13
| Beer of the Week
Skeleton Park : Sol Juice IPA
42 IBU's / 6% ABV
Brew History & Inspiration
This broad, citrusy IPA features an unapologetic 42 IBUs. It is dry hopped at day five with a hearty dose of Citra hops and retains a bold bitterness that finishes sharp. This bold yet easy-drinking beer wins the hearts of craft beer enthusiasts and beer lovers alike. style.
Dry as a bone and juicy as all get-out. Expect a big-citrus aroma and flavour, coupled with delightful subtle notes of lychee fruit. Bitterness bold yet not overpowering, making this truly enjoyable India Pale Ale.