Princess Project organizer Laurie Valeriote arranges a rack of dresses on Friday morning at the Salvation Army Citadel, in preparation for young shoppers who would soon be coming in to look for prom dress.
Spencer Wright (front) and (back, from left) Ed Shrigley, Melanie Thompson and Matthew Baker head towards the finish line under brilliantly sunny skies Saturday during the 5km race at the annual Marden Marathon.
Waverley Neighbourhood Group is offering some upcoming spring and summer activities for neighbourhood kids.
People who visit the Stone Road Mall on April 19 should expect to get hit up for donations to the Special Olympics.
City hall is hoping hundreds of local residents will volunteer to be part of the city’s 11th annual community cleanup, which takes place on Saturday April 26, rain or shine.
The local branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario will feature a public talk on Great Gardens of Scotland following its annual general meeting on April 16.
Local author/artist Werner Zimmermann will be the guest speaker at the Friends of the Guelph Public Library’s annual general meeting on April 16.
Guelph Tribune reporter and photographer Jessica Lovell earned second place honours in the Ontario Community Newspapers Association’s Better Newspaper Competition.
The Salvation Army is once again collecting dresses, shoes and jewelry to help teenage girls feel like royalty.
GrassRoots Guelph, an organization that opposes the current direction at city hall, will hold a breakfast event on Wednesday April 16.