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Kingston Garrison Ball – Reservations Terms and Conditions

Thank you for your interest in the Kingston Garrison Ball, the military gala event for Kingston in 2019, with dining, fantastic live music and dancing, all with a historical military setting.  The cost for the evening is $80 plus HST per person for members of the Kingston Garrison, including honorary members.


As you have either expressed interest in the Ball or have purchased tickets, please take note of the following information, which allows the Garrison Ball Committee the flexibility and advance warning required to stage an event of this size and caliber:


The mess staff can accept payment by cash, credit card (VISA and MasterCard)or mess bill payment plan for Mess Members, so please contact them to book your tickets and coordinate payment.


  • Those with specific seating request, i.e. preference to site with other attendees, should indicate this upon making their bookings.  Please note that while the Garrison Ball Committee will do their utmost to sit parties together we are limited by table size and layout of the dining area.  Tables will accommodate a maximum of eight for your comfort and ease of service.


  • Refunds on tickets are possible up to May 17.  After May 17 we will consider refunds only under extenuating circumstances.


  • Prior receiving a refund the Kingston Garrison Ball Tickets must be returned


  • The organizing committee will endeavor to accommodate special dietary considerations (allergies, vegetarian, religious).  However, we cannot guarantee against cross contamination of allergens.  Please provide this information with your booking.



Should you have any questions regarding the terms and conditions above, do not hesitate to contact: PSP.Kingston@cfmws.com.



We look forward to seeing you at the Ball for a fantastic evening! Click Here for French

REF. CPR Archives NS.3004
REF. CPR Archives NS.3269
REF. Toronto Star via The City of Toronto Archives 
The Canadian Pacific Railway built 1,420 Valentine tanks at its east-end locomotive shops in Montreal during World War II.
The Canadian Pacific Railway troops train near Golden, BC 1916. 
Troops  board trains in Toronto days after Britain declared war on Germany during the First World War.