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Tytler school group launches into season of activities
Tytler Public School may be closed to students but the Two Rivers Neighbourhood Group is keeping the place animated with a long list of activities happening there this spring.
College Heights students host annual Spring Sale
Students at College Heights high school will show off their talents in baking, woodworking, welding and more at the school’s 16th annual Spring Sale.
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Chamber meeting ponders municipal election
The Guelph Chamber of Commerce is holding a public forum on May 22 to talk about issues and priorities related to this fall’s municipal election.
Toronto Loves Kicks Design Project
Just for kicks
Guelph Collegiate student Teresa Adamo has won a shoe design competition in Toronto, and she plans to use her winnings to help her study fashion design at Ryerson University this fall.
Money available for variety of charitable group activities
The Guelph Community Foundation has more than $100,000 in grants available this year through two granting programs, which are now accepting applications.
Guelph Community Foundation makes for happy campers
With summer camp season just around the corner, the Guelph Community Foundation has released a list of camp organizations that will be getting funding this year to give children and youth the chance to experience camp.
Guelph talent search
Guelph Dance and Art on the Street want you
MS Walk
Fantastic fundraisers
Hundreds of fundraisers make their way past College Heights Secondary School on Sunday morning during the annual MS Walk.
Paint the town red – free
The city’s seasonal “paint & reuse” program opened last week for residents to pick up used paint and other products free of charge.
Drug drop-off at police open house
People will have an opportunity to get rid of their expired and unused prescription and over-the-counter medication when the Guelph Police Service holds its annual open house event on May 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Jump Rope for Heart
Jump-starting healthy hearts
Paisley Road school Grade 6 students (from left) Andrew Thompson, Tyson Matheson, Ellie Stewart and Crystal Nguyen skip alongside their classmates during the school’s Jump Rope For Heart fundraiser on Tuesday.
Time to bag your yard waste
The city’s spring yard waste collection is set to happen starting next week.
Walk in memory of workers
This Sunday, people will take to the trails at Riverside Park in memory of workers who have died or been seriously injured on the job.
Jane’s Walks explore and share community
People can meet neighbours, get a little exercise and learn a little something about the community when Jane’s Walks take place in Guelph this weekend.
Rockwood resident named Green Leader
Rockwood resident and environmentalist Bill Grierson has been named Trees Ontario’s latest Green Leader.
Celebrity hunter part of gun club Ladies Day
Celebrity hunter Amanda Lynn Mayhew will be in Guelph on May 3 to host Ladies Day at the Guelph Rod & Gun Club.
Grand River Watershed
Watershed photo contest
Centre Wellington District High School Grade 12 student Simon Dykstra’s creatively enhanced photo of Elora’s Tooth of Time is just one of the entries in a youth photo contest showcasing the Grand River watershed
Stroke Recovery Canada.
Ruth Tatham: Jack of all trades for stroke survivors
Dr. Ruth Tatham doesn’t remember exactly when she started helping out with the local chapter of Stroke Recovery Canada.
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