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Art show interprets In Flanders Fields
A juried art show, Remembering In Flanders Fields, opens March 27. It will showcase local artists’ interpretations of the poem In Flanders Fields through different styles and mediums.
Local dancers in touring show
Four local girls will perform together when a popular Family Channel dance show called The Next Step presents two sold-out shows at the River Run Centre on March 28.
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U of G music ensembles offer series of concerts over weekend
Four of the five music ensembles operated on campus will present public concerts this weekend at various city locations.
Three bands perform at Silence
A Guelph band and two Toronto bands will perform on Saturday March 28 in a show described as an evening of “abstract hip-hop, electro-folk and hazy pop.”
Orchestra celebrates In Flanders Fields
The Guelph Symphony Orchestra will commemorate the hundredth anniversary of John McCrae’s poem, In Flanders Fields, with two River Run Centre matinees this Sunday, March 29.
String school hosts music fair Saturday
The annual spring music fair put on by the Suzuki String School of Guelph at the Guelph Youth Music Centre is on Saturday March 28.
Renowned artist gives talk
Canadian artist, filmmaker and musician Michael Snow will give a public talk at the U of G’s Shenkman Lecture on March 25.
Special screening helps youth singers
The Bookshelf Cinema will have a special screening of the newly released movie Boychoir as part of the Guelph Youth Singers’ first fundraising event this Thursday.
Film probes anti-terrorism bill
To learn more about Canada’s anti-terrorism legislation, Bill C-51, the community is invited to attend the screening of The Secret Trial 5.
Violin, piano and taste of France
Vancouver violinist David Gillham and Guelph pianist Ken Gee will join up for a recital on Sunday March 22 that’s a fundraiser for the Guelph Youth Music Centre.
Storied boys’ choir at River Run
The Vienna Boys’ Choir, which continues a choral tradition that dates back to the Viennese court of the Middle Ages, has a Sunday afternoon concert at the River Run Centre on March 22.
Vote online for favourite idea for bettering Guelph
Organizers of a project that aims to promote ideas for improving the quality of life in Guelph are asking the public to vote this week on the ideas they like best.
U of G play sees Shakespeare reimagined
A 1998 Canadian comedy that reimagines Shakespeare has its first University of Guelph production from March 16 to 21.
Folk-roots program at Silence
Two American folk-roots acts will perform on Friday March 20 at Silence, 46 Essex St.
New exhibition at downtown gallery
Works by two artists will be featured in a show opening on Saturday March 14 at a downtown gallery.
Gallery artifact show’s subject
A group exhibition that focuses on an artifact found inside a local gallery has opened and will run to March 28.
Pantomime at St. George’s church
The St. George’s Church Drama Club is staging a pantomime in the British tradition on Saturday March 7 in the church’s Mitchell Hall.
Sears drama festival
Students set stage for drama festival
Students across Guelph and Wellington County experience the thrill of the dramatic arts as seven high schools compete for district title at this week’s Sear’s Drama Festival.
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