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Concert band greets the season
The Guelph Concert Band has a seasonal show of music and cheer on the afternoon of Sunday Nov. 30.
Rock triple bill Tuesday night
A Canadian indie rock triple bill is set for Tuesday Dec. 2 at the University of Guelph’s Peter Clark Hall.
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Choir performs carols Sunday
The sound of Christmas carols will fill the vaults of St. George’s Anglican Church on Nov. 30.
Lunch at Allen's hits main stage
Musical powerhouse Lunch at Allen’s is coming to Guelph this Friday.
String school seasonal concert
The Suzuki String School of Guelph will present baroque and seasonal music when its 160 violin, viola and cello students perform at the River Run Centre on Sunday Nov. 30.
Hear rare tunes at local café
Brenda Lewis and Gayle Ackroyd will perform a concert of lesser known Christmas gems and favourites at the Magnolia Café this Saturday.
Area authors at book signing
Two award-winning children’s authors, Jean Little of Guelph and Kathy Stinson of Rockwood, will autograph their books on Saturday Nov. 29 at 2 p.m. at The Bookshelf.
Night of tunes in Eden Mills
Audience members will get a dose of “Celtibility” at a Music at the Hall concert on Friday in Eden Mills.
Percussionist at River Run
Internationally renowned percussionist and vocalist Dong-Won Kim will be performing at the River Run Centre on Nov. 29.
Jazz, soul, pop performance Friday
Guelph vocalist and songwriter Joni NehRita has a solo show this Friday at a downtown restaurant.
Free dance performance at U of G
A high-energy hour of dance will be staged on campus at 12 noon on Thursday in a show that is free and open to the public.
Guelph Santa Claus Parade
Local superheroes lead Santa parade
Canadian superheroes, including two “real life superheroes,” will lead the way this Sunday when the Guelph Community Santa Claus Parade takes place.
Vet recounts adventures in Newfoundland
An author who studied veterinary medicine at the University of Guelph will read from his new book on Monday at The Bookshelf.
Musical Scrooge in the spotlight
A cast of 59, ranging in age from nine to 80, will be on the River Run Centre’s main stage when Royal City Musical Productions Inc. presents a musical that closely follows the plot of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Fiddler launches new season
The Guelph Celtic Orchestra will open its 2014-15 season with a performance​ and CD release party featuring an award-winning fiddler on ​Saturday at the Guelph Little Theatre.
Musical evening at St. Andrew's
Stories, song and music by some of Guelph’s local talents will be featured at a double bill fundraising concert Saturday at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.
Inspiration
Show a true Inspiration
More than 170 performers, both professionals from the community and students from schools around the city, will take to the River Run Centre stage this Thursday to help raise funds to allow kids to participate in the arts.
Little theatre play wraps up this weekend
Guelph Little Theatre continues its run of Skin Flick, the first offering of its new season, until Nov. 1.
 
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