Canadian superheroes, including two “real life superheroes,” will lead the way this Sunday when the Guelph Community Santa Claus Parade takes place.
An author who studied veterinary medicine at the University of Guelph will read from his new book on Monday at The Bookshelf.
A cast of 59, ranging in age from nine to 80, will be on the River Run Centre’s main stage when Royal City Musical Productions Inc. presents a musical that closely follows the plot of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
The Guelph Celtic Orchestra will open its 2014-15 season with a performance and CD release party featuring an award-winning fiddler on Saturday at the Guelph Little Theatre.
Stories, song and music by some of Guelph’s local talents will be featured at a double bill fundraising concert Saturday at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.
More than 170 performers, both professionals from the community and students from schools around the city, will take to the River Run Centre stage this Thursday to help raise funds to allow kids to participate in the arts.
Guelph Little Theatre continues its run of Skin Flick, the first offering of its new season, until Nov. 1.
Guelph’s annual documentary-focused film festival, which happens next month, will hold a pre-festival fundraiser this Saturday featuring a screening of a documentary focusing on a Guelph doctor’s international humanitarian work.
A fundraiser for Guelph Youth Singers on Friday Oct. 24 will include a dinner and entertainment by two of the organization’s choirs.
The River Run Centre is raffling off a chance to win a private meet-and-greet with Blue Rodeo front man Jim Cuddy, who will bring his solo project, the Jim Cuddy Band, to the River Run’s main stage on Sunday Nov. 2.