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Royal Conservatory of Music
Sounds golden
Guelph resident Daniella Kistemaker received the highest mark in Ontario and Quebec on the Grade 8 harp examination, earning her a gold medal from the Royal Conservatory.
Family Literacy Day features many activities
The Guelph Public Library is marking Family Literacy Day with a series of events at library branches across the city on Jan. 25.
Recent Comments
Tuesday, August, 12, 2014 - 4:04:01 PM
Wilson farmhouse reduced to rubble "Thank goodness that eyesore is gone from our beautiful city. It was a farmhouse, nothing more. It's not like it had any significance like the McCrae house or something. Good riddance."
Comment by javre123
Sunday, August, 10, 2014 - 6:06:43 PM
Canada geese ruining park as playground experience "I feel bad for the geese. As we take away more and more green space and claim what little there is for our own they're limited as to where they can go. It's the situation with people that's ridiculous. There are way too many of us. Get over it."
Comment by Sarah M
Thursday, August, 07, 2014 - 3:03:51 PM
Road test St. George's Square plan, says Piper "I think it is time for the city to set up a poll at the square so people can come and sign yea or nay to this plan. Every time they unveil this plan the majority of public comments seem to be against it and yet the city is clearly going to go ahead "
Comment by bmcmulle
Church of Our Lady
Church interior gets facelift
This month, the Church of Our Lady began work on a $6.5-million interior renovation that has already seen the pews dismantled and removed and the organ pipes carted away to be refurbished.
Aberfoyle Country Club
Old ski hill photos bring back a flood of memories
On Jan. 9the Trib ran two 1976 Guelph Public Library archival photographs, listed as having been taken at the Aberfoyle Country Club.
Trees for Tots
Another terrific haul
A small army of volunteers hopped into trucks on Saturday and covered 95 routes throughout the city, picking up as many old Christmas trees as they could and raising almost $29,000 for the Children’s Foundation of Guelph and Wellington.
Conservation authority at mercy of elements
It’s not unusual for weather to disrupt winter activities at Grand River Conservation Authority parks, and this year is no exception.
Women in Crisis want heavy metal
Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis is asking people to donate their old hunks of metal to the organization’s E-Cycle, Recycle Fundraiser on Saturday.
Guelph Curling Club
Curling club history new museum exhibit
In honour of the 175th anniversary of the Guelph Curling Club, an exhibit of artifacts associated with the club is going on display at the Guelph Civic Museum.
U of G anniversary lecture series covers wide variety of subjects
As part of an exhibit celebrating the University of Guelph’s 50th anniversary, the Guelph Civic Museum is also hosting a lecture series featuring experts from the university.
Movies most popular at Guelph Public Library
When it comes to items flying off the shelves at the Guelph Public Library, DVDs take the top prize.
Trees for Tots
Tree pickup program ready to roll
The deadline has passed to register for curbside Christmas tree pickup through the Children’s Foundation of Guelph and Wellington’s Trees For Tots fundraiser, but come Saturday the volunteers will be scrambling to pick up as many trees as they can – regardless of registration.
Outdoor skating
Cooling it
Malcolm Williams takes advantage of the bitterly cold weather on Thursday afternoon to work on making ice for a community skating rink at Dovercliffe Park.
March of Dimes in January
Local volunteers will be braving the January cold to go door-to-door collecting donations to support people with physical disabilities in the annual March of Dimes event.
Health issues part of symposium
Preventative medicine and proactive health are the subject of an upcoming symposium at the University of Guelph put on by the department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences.
UofG @ 50
Exhibition marks U of G's 50th anniversary
An exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of the creation of the University of Guelph, which runs to July 1, had its official opening Saturday at the Guelph Civic Museum.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Sliding into 2014
Griffin Straub has a whale of a time while sliding backwards down the snowy hill at Westwood school on Friday.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Rhyme time
CDiss spits out rhymes for the camera through a hole in a fence during the taping of a video for a song called We Run It on Saturday afternoon at the basketball courts behind the Shelldale Community Centre.
Youth singers has new choir
Guelph Youth Singers is creating a new choir that will begin rehearsals in early January.
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