St. George’s Square will once again be filled with music over the lunch hour when the Noon Hour Concert Series returns May 31.
Area farms will be opening their gates to the public for the annual Spring Rural Romp on May 25.
Dog owners and pet lovers are invited to support the Guelph Humane Society this weekend with the Friends For Life Walk-A-Thon.
Families and children can explore city vehicles and a lot more during the city’s annual open house held by the city’s public works department on Saturday at 50 Municipal St.
A local community group will gather at Riverside Park for a morning of Hindu worship on May 26.
The deadline for the Dublin Street United Church summer camp bursary has been extended until Friday May 31. “Interest has been weaker this year than last,” the chair of the church’s Building Our Future task force, Dave Durbin, said in an email. “We have five bursaries to grant, with only two applications so far.” Open [...]
Semi-retired pastor and journalist Royal Hamel launches his first book on Saturday May 25 between 10 a.m. and 12 noon at the Salvation Army Citadel, 1320 Gordon St.
The Guelph Enabling Garden is holding its annual fundraising plant sale Saturday at a new location this year.
Lawn bowling in Guelph was operated mainly on greens located behind Knox Church on land rented from the Victoria Curling Club.
Things aren’t necessarily getting easier for the Guelph Dance Festival as it gets older, preparing to mark its 15th anniversary at the end of the month.