These four young men – from left, Philip Wu, Andrew Kegel, Justin Rother and Graeme Puskas – were among several University of Guelph students who spent three hours Saturday afternoon working at the Guelph Food Bank as part of the university’s annual Project Serve
Kate Savage’s dress is dusted with wood shavings as she works to further refine the paddle she will use on her upcoming canoe trip with the Trillium Waldorf School.
This Saturday will mark the seventh year for the Fresh Water Jamboree Festival, an annual one-day music festival aimed at raising awareness about fresh water in Wellington County, in Ontario and across Canada.
The annual Arboretum Auxiliary Plant Sale is back Sept. 13 at the U of G’s R.J. Hilton Centre.
Local non-profit social enterprise GiveBackVillage.ca is getting set to merge its online shopping portal under the FunRaisers.ca banner in October, and it is holding an upcoming event to notify people about the change.
Transition Guelph is hosting ‘An Introduction to Bitcoin: A platform for sustainable economics’ on Sept. 17 to discuss the emerging digital currency.
Residents will get the chance Saturday to meet the man behind the above Bell Organ and Piano Company that was located on the northwest corner of Carden and Wyndham streets.
Area residents are getting a chance to learn the approximate value of their treasures at an event in town next Wednesday.
Rachelle Wayne, a Grade 10 student at Bishop Macdonell high school, spent part of her summer designing and painting this spiritual mural on the office wall at her former elementary school
“Why some of the best theology is done in pubs” is the topic of the night at a legendary local watering hole on Tuesday Sept. 16.