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Heritage Hall event launches new art space
A long-term project linked to the legendary Underground Railway will be inaugurated on Saturday
Kiwanis Music Festival winners play in Rockwood
Seven winners of the 2014 Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph, ranging in age from 10 to 15, will perform during the Rockwood Mushroom Fest on Saturday Sept. 20.
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String school hosts music fair
The Suzuki String School of Guelph is offering a chance for young children to try their hand at various instruments at its Fall Music Fair on Saturday at the Guelph Youth Music Centre.
New show at downtown gallery
A Quebec Street gallery started off its new season last weekend with a reception for an exhibition involving works by four artists.
Auditions for Elora theatre production
Elora Community Theatre is holding auditions on Sept. 26 and 28 for a play to be staged next February.
Full slate at Eden Mills Writers' Festival
Readings, seminars and workshops, literary contests and more than 50 writers will be a part of this year’s Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, taking place from Sept. 11 to 15.
First roundtable for the arts
Local arts organization Musagetes is getting set to host the first in a series of international roundtables where artists will share their ideas and projects with scientists, historians, Aboriginal leaders, policymakers, politicians and more.
Artist gives talk on turning war relics into peace symbols
People are invited to learn all about how one artist is turning relics of war into symbols of peace in a Sept. 5 talk at the Guelph Civic Museum.
Marilyn Monroe back in spotlight
A Fergus woman’s assembling of collectables related to Marilyn Monroe forms the basis of an exhibit that will be on display for four months at the Wellington County Museum and Archives.
Eden Mills Writers' Festival event
The Eden Mills Writers’ Festival is presenting ‘Taste and Transmission’ on Sept. 11 at Ebar.
Hip-hoppers take it downtown Saturday
The Royal City Mix, Guelph’s annual hip-hop festival, is returning on Saturday Aug. 30 for the fourth year.
Nutcracker auditions in Guelph
Dance auditions are taking place Sept. 13 for the annual Nutcracker performance.
Guelph Jazz Festival
Jazz festival boss picks 'must-sees'
If there’s anything harder than programming a festival that pushes the boundaries of jazz, it might be singling out five “must-see” shows from among the many offerings of this year’s Guelph Jazz Festival.
Classic car
Cruisin’ to end MS
The president of A&W and the CEO of the MS Society made a stop in Guelph Wednesday to promote the national fundraiser, Cruisin’ To End MS.
Chamber tourney turns 38
The Guelph Chamber of Commerce will hold its 38th annual Guelph Chamber Golf Tournament on Sept. 4 at the Ariss Valley Golf & Country Club.
New burger spot opening
A hamburger chain with what many call a cult-like following will officially open an outlet in Stone Road Mall on Saturday.
Friday guided tour to be led by artist
The artist behind the first artworks to be commissioned through the city’s public art policy will lead a guided walking tour and tell stories about the four sculptures on Friday evening.
First-time novelist at Guelph bookstore
A first-time novelist will make an appearance at The Bookshelf in Guelph on Saturday Aug. 23.
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