19th IEEE

     International Conference on

     Program Comprehension

ICPC 2011
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
22 - 24 June, 2011

June in Kingston


Average temperature is around 18.1 degrees Celsius, with an average high of 22.6 degrees Celsius and an average low of 13.6 degrees Celsius.

Average rainfall is about 75 mm/month and it may thunderstorm from time to time, so rain gear is definitely a necessity as the hotel and downtown area are by the waterfront.

To check the weather closer to the time of the conference you can go to the following website:


Kingston Tourism

There is always something to do in Kingston. It attracts thousands of tourists every year, especially during the warm summer months. From street performer festivals, to food tasting festivals, there is always something going on in the downtown core of Kingston. For more information on the summer events go to


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Jim Cordy as offered to host a side trip to the Thousand Islands Boat Cruise on the St. Lawrence River from Gananoque, Ontario on Saturday June 25 following the conference for anyone who is interested.  Please contact Jim if you are interested with the number of people and your travel constraints for the day.

The trip will be about 4.5 hours total, from 10am to 2:30pm and the approximate cost will be $40 per person.  This trip is not an official ICPC event but is an excellent opportunity to see the world famous Thousand Islands over lunch.