Guelph’s newest festival is all about a lifestyle that some might consider a little unusual, but its organizers believe that it’s a way of life that’s on the rise.
Staff of Community Living Guelph Wellington will once again be serving up heaping helpings of pasta and salad at the 29th annual Poor Boys Luncheon on Friday Sept. 5 at the Italian Canadian Club.
Dog lovers can help support the fight against canine cancer by taking part in Guelph’s first Smiling Blue Skies Walk to End Canine Cancer on Saturday Sept. 6 at York Road Park.
The Friends of the Guelph Public Library are ready to start signing up volunteers for their annual fundraising book sale, taking place Oct. 17 to 19.
It’s been described as the end of an era for the Guelph General Hospital. President and chief executive officer Richard Ernst, who was originally set to retire at the end of May, will finally take his leave at the end of next week.
Local singer-songwriter Sarah Felker is the top winner of the RBC Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Prize.
As kids go back to new classrooms and a new school year, local cable TV station Rogers, Cable 20, is starting a new season with some old favourite programs as well as the launch of some new shows.
Two new lecture series are coming to the University of Guelph Arboretum Centre this fall.
A woman with a national profile in jazz has been named the interim artistic director of the Guelph Jazz Festival.
The Distinguished Speaker Series is coming to the Evergreen Seniors Centre this Thursday.