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Appleyard memorial in Toronto on Sept. 9
A public memorial and musical tribute will be held in Toronto on Monday Sept. 9 for Peter Appleyard, the famous jazz musician and Eden Mills resident who died on July 17 at the age of 84.
Workshop on how to land touring grants
The Guelph Arts Council is offering a free workshop next Thursday that will provide information and advice on applying for touring grants from the Ontario Arts Council.
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Monday, April, 07, 2014 - 8:08:42 PM
Kovach retires after 23 years on council "Actually news of Kovach's retirement was exclusively reported by Guelph Today."
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Sunday, March, 09, 2014 - 1:01:19 PM
Make election laws more inclusive: Mayor "Given that the federal government has little to do with cities and is desperately trying to divest themselves of any residual contact with this level of government, citizenship seems to be a meaningless criterion for voting in municipal elections. Pe"
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Make election laws more inclusive: Mayor "I think Guelph joining Toronto and hopefully Kitchener in this petition would be brilliant. Permanent "Residents" reside among us, paying the same taxes and sharing the local concerns of citizens. Of course they should have a vote in municipal electi"
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Riverside Park nominated as one of Canada's 'great places'
Guelph’s Riverside Park is in the running to be named one of Canada’s “Great Places” in an online contest created by the Canadian Institute of Planners.
Toast to successful fundraising tea
Appropriately hatted for the occasion, Karen Ferrie (left) and Vera Briggs, guests of Pearl Robinson’s backyard fundraiser for Hospice Wellington, raise their cups in recognition of their hostess.
Marriage proposal in Trib
It's a Yes to proposal in Tribune
Knowing his sweetheart was a dedicated Tribune reader, love-struck Channi Lamba proposed to her in a full-page ad in last Thursday’s paper.
Jim Shroder
Once a Trudeau backer, always a Trudeau backer
Former Guelph MP Jim Schroder, who turns 95 today, has been out of politics for a long time, but that doesn’t stop him from having strong opinions on today’s political scene.
Ribfest at Ribberside Park
Just in time for lunch on Aug. 23, the Rotary Club of Guelph Trillium will launch its 16th annual sticky, saucy, lip-smackingly tasty Guelph Ribfest fundraiser at Riverside park.
Skills Work! lets girls give the trades a try
Skills Canada – Ontario recently held the second of two week-long all-girls Skills Work! day camps at the Frank Hasenfratz Centre for Excellence in Manufacturing.
If you don't like pork on your fork . . .
When Ribfest brings its barbecued fare to Riverside Park on the weekend of Aug. 23 to 25, Guelph Pig Save is serving up an alternative event for people who want to celebrate pigs a little differently.
Action Read offers two free programs
Action Read Community Literacy has two free weekly programs throughout the school year for parents and young readers starting the week of Sept. 9.
Ballet company holds auditions for Nutcracker
Local dance students have a chance to audition to perform in the Nutcracker at the River Run Centre with Ballet Jörgen Canada.
Martin ten Kortenaar
Reluctant at first, dancer takes off
When Martin ten Kortenaar’s mother first urged him to try ballet, he stubbornly refused. Years later, the 18-year-old dancer is more than happy to admit that he was wrong.
Jazz festival seeks more event helpers
The Guelph Jazz Festival is looking for more volunteers to help its 20th annual festival – which includes an all-night Nuit Blanche arts extravaganza – run smoothly.
They're row, row, rowing their boats
The Guelph Police Service, the Guelph Fire Department and Guelph-Wellington EMS will go head-to-head and oar-to-oar in an upcoming race in support of the Guelph Rowing Club.
Royal City Mix Hip Hop Festival
Street signs
Eric Hurst, who signs his work Flick, shows off his talents as an urban artist during the Royal City Mix Hip Hop Festival on Saturday at Riverside Park.
911 Ride for Charity
Charity ride rumbles through Guelph
The 911 Ride for Charity roared through Guelph on Sunday as part of an effort to raise money for public defibrillators as well as to honour Guelph Police Const. Jennifer Kovach, who died while on duty in March.
Wednesday Market
Mid-week market a hit
The Wednesday market in St. George’s Square is to carry on until October.
A Beetle Garden for Tough Times
This workshop for the birds
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