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Students share their passions
A group of students in a special arts-focused high school program are getting set to share their passions with the rest of the community in the city’s first Ignite Guelph Youth event on April 25.
Film about ‘Britain’s Schindler’
A documentary film that tells the nearly forgotten story of an Englishman who organized the rescue of 669 Czech and Slovak children just before the outbreak of World War Two will be screened at The Bookshelf on Sunday and Monday.
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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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Opera Luminato performs at River Run
A show coming to the River Run Centre on Friday April 25 is promising opera with fireworks.
First Light Theatre
Aladdin in spotlight for four shows
First Light Theatre’s junior class of acting students will present four public performances of an original production of Aladdin this weekend at the U of G’s George Luscombe Theatre.
Playwright back on stage after 35 years
University of Guelph theatre studies professor Judith Thompson is taking to the stage for a one-woman play she has written based on the story of Ashley Smith, who died in 2007 at a women’s prison in Kitchener.
RENT cast ready to roll
Royal City Musical Productions Inc. has added another evening performance due to strong demand for tickets to its production of RENT, a rock musical that runs from April 24 to 27.
The Folk
The Folk bringing the rock
On name alone, The Folk are frequently taken and mistaken to be a folk band.
Guelph Shebang workshop
A free performance will be held this evening (April 17) showing off a collaborative approach to creativity in the arts that’s being fostered through a program at the River Run Centre.
Concert and art auction at jazz festival fundraiser
he Guelph Jazz Festival will offer a concert as part of its annual art auction fundraiser on Sunday April 27 at the Guelph Youth Music Centre.
Reggae tribute on Saturday
Reggae music comes to a downtown venue this Saturday in a Toronto band’s tribute to the original Wailers band, celebrating the music of the late Bob Marley, the late Peter Tosh and Neville “Bunny Wailer” Livingston.
Singers' tour starts here
Singer-songwriters Dennis Ellsworth and Lindy Vopnfjord will kick off a 21-show tour with a performance at the Cornerstone Café in downtown Guelph on Saturday April 12.
Roots musician plays cafe
A roots musician from North Carolina fronts a band that has a concert at the Magnolia Café on Friday
K-W Symphony performs at Harcourt
The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony will commemorate the births or deaths of some well-known composers at a concert Friday at Harcourt Memorial United Church.
Kiwanis Music Festival
Kiwanis Music Festival underway
Clare Sismondo almost seems to have an extra arm as she plays in synch with other violinists during the Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph’s junior strings event on Saturday.
Painting show opens at gallery
A Quebec Street art gallery has an opening event Saturday for a solo exhibition of paintings that runs to May 24.
Art show and sale at church
Dublin Street United Church holds its annual Fine Art Show & Sale this Saturday.
Dance festival announces lineup
The lineup has been announced for the 16th annual Guelph Dance Festival, and tickets for the four-day event have gone on sale.
Kazoo! Fest: Music-and-art festival challenge for audiences
Five days of music and art will return to the downtown from April 9 to 13 when Kazoo! Fest presents its seventh annual festival.
 
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