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Guelph Lecture offers another all-star lineup
Ninety per cent of Canadians live in urban areas. This phenomenon impacts human innovation and economic instability – two aspects that experts will discuss in a lecture coming to Guelph this January.
Aboriginal artists reimagine Underground Railway
Two Aboriginal artists will perform Saturday as part of a year-long project that aims to reimagine the Underground Railway, which brought American slaves to Canada before the Civil War.
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Guelph Youth Symphony Orchestra performs
Guelph Youth Symphony Orchestra performs a seasonal concert this Saturday at the Guelph Youth Music Centre.
Gospel Christmas goes Saturday
Andrew Craig’s Gospel Christmas show comes to the River Run Centre’s main stage on Saturday Dec. 13 at 8 p.m.
Barbershoppers host Yule show
The Over Tones, a Guelph-based women’s barbershop group, puts on its annual Christmas concert this Saturday.
Barra MacNeils at River Run Centre
A family-based group from Cape Breton that has been performing Celtic music for 27 years brings a show called “An East Coast Christmas” to the River Run Centre’s main stage this Friday.
Two films premiere in Guelph
A documentary made by a Guelph resident gets its first local screening this Saturday at the Bookshelf Cinema, one of two film premieres happening there soon.
Hellyer at Bookshelf
Former federal Liberal cabinet minister Paul Hellyer will speak about his vehement opposition to the new Canadian trade deal with Europe at a local book signing on Saturday.
Guest conductor with Guelph Symphony
Jeanne Lamon, who was musical director of the award-winning period instrument orchestra Tafelmusik from 1981 until last June, will be guest conductor of the Guelph Symphony Orchestra for a concert this Sunday afternoon.
Male choir hosts Christmas show
“A European Christmas” is the name of a seasonal concert to be presented by the Guelph Male Choir on Sunday.
Messiah performance in Fergus
The Elora Festival Singers will perform Handel’s Messiah on Sunday afternoon in a church in Fergus.
Trio releases CD
The eighth annual Christmas concert featuring three Guelph songstresses, which is set for Saturday Dec. 6, will come with a CD release this year.
Youth Singers perform
Guelph Youth Singers will present its winter concert, “A Starry Blue Night,” on Saturday Dec. 6 at Harcourt Memorial United Church.
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.
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.
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