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Experiences and work treating Cystic Fibrosis part of public meeting
Cystic fibrosis survivor and professional body builder James Cameron will speak about his experiences with the deadly disease at a public talk May 25.
Locally-written book celebrates every day heroes
Local author Kevin Cahill will launch his inspirational book about the power of compassion and kindness on May 27.
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Carbon Bubble author gives talk
Economist and author Jeff Rubin will share his thoughts on climate change, tar sands and Canada’s environmental future at Lakeside Hope House May 27.
Guelph Little Theatre season finale
Guelph Little Theatre’s supernatural thriller, An Inspector Calls, will open May 22.
Guelph harpist gives free concert on Friday
Harpist Shannon Kingsbury will play a free concert at the civic museum May 22, as part of the Fourth Friday series.
Performance arts adventure Sunday
A “performance arts walk” to raise funds for the Old Growth Forest project at the Ignatius Jesuit Centre happens on Sunday.
Youth orchestra plays Musicland for All
The Guelph Youth Symphony Orchestra will perform a show called “Musicland for All” on Saturday at Harcourt Memorial United Church.
Celtic orchestra closes season
The Guelph Celtic Orchestra holds its season finale performance and Ceilidh dance on Friday May 22 at the Red Chevron Club.
Dress up, dress down, celebrate
A Toronto band known as Kalmplex will entertain at a free show Friday at Heritage Hall, 83 Essex St.
An invititation for young singers
Guelph Youth Singers is hosting a “Bring-A-Friend To Rehearsal” event on Tuesday June 2.
Art Gallery of Guelph offers variety of summer camps
The Art Gallery of Guelph, formerly known as the Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, is offering four week-long summer camp programs for children ages seven to 11.
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Arts group to benefit from charitable initiative
This year’s Oak Tree Project will award $5,000 to a local charity that best supports the arts through creative programming. Charities can register from May 15 to June 8.
Stephen Harper: The Musical returns
James Gordon isn’t letting his election as a city councillor stand in the way of widely touring his one-man satirical send-up of Canada’s prime minister, which returns to Guelph for three shows in early June.
It will be a Marvel-ous show
Two contrasting comic book collections, both involving Marvel Comics, will be featured in twin exhibits that open May 16 at Wellington County Museum and Archives.
Musician Rob McLean back in spotlight after ten years
A Guelph resident has ended a decade-long hiatus from the music business by releasing a new album, which will be officially launched at a show on Thursday May 21. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for Rob McLean’s 8:30 p.m. concert at The Bookshelf’s eBar. Tickets will be sold at the door.
Roots musician Sarah Jane Scouten plays Silence
Roots musician Sarah Jane Scouten comes to the city for a show on Saturday May 23, with Guelph’s The Chesterfield Trio performing as the opening act.
Arts to the fore in Eden Mills
The village of Eden Mills is hosting an arts festival on the May 23-24 weekend.
 
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