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Snowflake Festival Returns This Friday 12/3
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Standing Strong Together

As the first capital of New York, burned by the British in 1777, the Uptown Stockade District is a phoenix that has risen from the ashes on multiple occasions. Now, as our world and our community face unprecedented challenges, we look to you to join our efforts to maintain the growth and renewed energy in Uptown Kingston. Our recent renaissance in art, fashion, food, and retail have drawn entirely new communities who want to experience the history, funkiness, and charm that makes Uptown a destination by escaping the urban mundane. Even as we adhere to the safety guidelines provided by our State, County and City leaders, we hope to continue to welcome visitors and encourage all local businesses to stand together and support our ongoing efforts to make Uptown a destination to be proud of.

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Each year, KUBA presents the holiday wreaths in Uptown Kingston.  They are hand-made at Herzog’s Home Center in the Kingston Plaza. The City of Kingston DPW crew does a great job displaying them on the light poles.

KUBA’s Mission

The Kingston Uptown Business Association (KUBA) is a wholly voluntary, not-for-profit organization, forming a strong network of proactive businesses, not-for-profits, and individuals working together to –

  • create, sustain, and maximize a vibrant, connected community;
  • help our members grow and prosper;
  • attract new business investment and consumers; and
  • provide a common voice for advocacy.