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Rotary Forest organizers put out call for more volunteers
It’s been a tough year for local trees, including the young trees in the Guelph Rotary Forest, so the Rotary Club of Guelph is hoping volunteers will come through for this Saturday’s tree planting event.
Lions club hosts home show
The eighth annual Home & Garden, Sports and Leisure Show put on by the Lions Club of Guelph takes place from April 25-27 at the West End Community Centre.
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Easter egg hunt
Hidden in plain view
Amelia Feys, 2, had no trouble spotting this chocolate egg – one of many thousands of the tiny treats available to be found by about 700 children during Parkview Church’s annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday.
KidsAbility ready to Rock the Foundation
Face-painting, button-making, a magic show and kids fitness fun will all be part of the Rock the Foundation event on Saturday April 26 in support of KidsAbility.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Go Storm go!
Glenna Gress and fellow fans celebrate a Guelph Storm goal on Friday night during the team’s 7-2 win over the Erie Otters in Game 2 of their playoff series at the Sleeman Centre.
Holiday means low blood count
t may be a long weekend coming up, but the need for blood donations doesn’t take a holiday.
The Manor
Church at the Manor offers Easter with difference
It’s quite possibly the last place that anyone would ever think of going to worship God, but that’s a big part of the reason that Jack Ninaber plans to hold “Church at the Manor” this Sunday.
Royal City Brewing
Guelph boasts new brewery
If you’re living in the Royal City and you’ve never heard of Royal City Brewing, don’t worry; you’re probably not alone.
Victory School
Paint prep for art crawl
Maggie Smart was one of the Victory students who were busy Tuesday morning working on pictures to be offered for sale to the public at a variety of downtown venues on the second weekend of May, with proceeds going to charity.
YMCA-YWCA free rehab for breast cancer patients
The YMCA-YWCA of Guelph is offering a free rehab program for women who have had breast cancer or breast reconstruction surgery.
May gathering of the GCVI Gaels
Alumni are welcome to register to attend Guelph Collegiate’s upcoming reunion celebrating the high school’s 160th anniversary.
Sunrise seeks tree planters
Sunrise Therapeutic Riding and Learning Centre is looking for volunteers to help during a Tree Planting & Clean Up Day on Sunday May 4.
Latest Jazlyn J book takes on green scene
Just in time for Earth Day, local author Renná Bruce has released her latest book in the Jazlyn J series, and it’s all about reducing, reusing and recycling.
Cystic Fibrosis bowling fundraiser
People can tie on some bowling shoes and support a good cause during a cystic fibrosis fundraising day at Woodlawn Bowl on April 26.
New vinyl record store downtown
A record store that specializes in new and used vinyl records has its grand opening this Saturday, with a live musical performance included.
Green-themed book launch in Eden Mills
An Eden Mills resident will launch her new book about young people making a difference on Saturday April 26 in the Eden Mills Community Hall.
New Guelph Youth Music Centre wall of famer
Karen Haack, a local music teacher who had dedicated herself to teaching young children, will be the next name on the Guelph Youth Music Centre’s Wall of Fame.
Ed Video on the move to new York Road home
Local media arts organization Ed Video will soon make its way to a new home, just outside of the downtown.
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