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    Friday August 29, 2014 - 10:30 am — Guelph Enabling Garden - Guelph
    Join the Guelph Guild of Storytellers every Friday morning this summer, at the south end of Riverside Park, 10:30-11:30. Free. Stories of interest to adults and teens. 519-767-0017
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    Monday September 01, 2014 - 12:00 pm — Riverside Park - Guelph

    The Guelph and District Labour Council hosts the Labour Day picnic 12:00--3:00 on September 1 at Riverside Park. The meal is a hotdog, corn on the cob and a beverage. There is face painting, live music and rides--all free of charge, but a donation to the food bank is always welcome.

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    Saturday September 06, 2014 - 09:30 am — First Christian Church - Guelph
    This fall we are running our annual SuperWalk fundraiser in your area. It is a major event that helped to raise approximately $2.76 million last year for Parkinson Society Canada to provide education, support, and advocacy for the 100,000 Canadians who live with Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson SuperWalk is the largest national fundraising event for Parkinson Society Canada (PSC) and its regional partners. Approximately 14,000 participants from coast-to-coast organize and take part in Parkinson SuperWalk. This year's theme for the SuperWalk is "Everyday Heroes, Extraordinary Hope." Thank you for your support!   Website:   Contact: Kim Murdoch 1-800-565-3000 ext: 3374
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    Tuesday September 09, 2014 - 07:30 am — Paisley Rd PS - Guelph
    Learn to MODERN Square dance.  A healthy social event.   Great for both physcial and mental exercise.  No special clothing  or partner required.  (Children 12 + welcome ) Details:   Call 519-763-2494  email:  
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    Tuesday September 09, 2014 - 18:45 pm — Three Willows United Church - Guelph
    The Royal City Quilter's Guild will resume its 2014-2015 year on Tuesday, September 9th at Three Willows Church, 577 Willow Road, Guelph.  The doors and Library open at 6:45 pm and the meeting starts at 7 pm.  Our guest speaker will be quilter Jackie Syer and she will introduce a block of the month to our guild, talk about reducing our stash and give us a trunk show.
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    Saturday September 13, 2014 - 12:00 pm — Riverside Park - Guelph
    Seventh year for Guelph’s Fresh Water Jamboree Festival with special guest Maude Barlow   Facebook Link   September, 2014 – GUELPH, ONTARIO – The 2014 Fresh Water Jamboree Festival will be held at Riverside Park at the Bandshell on Saturday September 13, 2014, from noon to eleven.   We have a special guest this year!  At 5pm Maude Barlow who is National Chairperson of the Council of Canadians will be putting on a presentation about the importance of Fresh Water.  Maude is one of the most knowledgeable people on this subject and you can get more info about her on the website or go to   The Fresh Water Jamboree is an annual one-day music festival established to help raise awareness about “fresh water” in Wellington County, the province of Ontario and across Canada.   The festival is organized by “Be The Artist” (, which is a Guelph based organization promoting musicians and environmental initiatives.  The festival is held on Saturday, September 13th, 2014 at Riverside Park Bandshell in Guelph. There will be presentations and music from 12noon till 11pm.  We expect to have between 2000 and 3000 people at the event.  Vendors and crafters as well as information booths will be stationed at the event.  There are many local musicians and artistic communities involved in the event.  Maude Barlow has decided to sponsor the event and will be presenting a detailed and informative talk on our Fresh Water Crisis her in Canada and around the world.   There will be Bands such as Shane Phillips,  Ian Andrews and The Smokin’ Scoundrels James Gordon, Glen Soulis, The Soles, John Layton and more.   Our aim is to educate the public about water conservation before our fresh water is unusable.  The UN suggests that each person needs 20-50 litres of water a day to ensure their basic needs for drinking, cooking and cleaning. There are Countries and many corporations exploiting Canada's Reservoirs and Aquifers. Further more, there is a rapidly growing number of Countries that have little or no access to drinking water.  We are continually undergoing local issues. We hope to encourage people to act Locally and think Globally.   Maude Barlow - From Council of Canadians, Water Wagon, Zehrs Eramosa, Two Plus Pizza, Freshco, Canadian - Tire Stone Road, The Water Store, Planet Bean, Be The Artist, Griesbach Contracting and many individuals have donated.     We would like to invite you to be involved in this meaningful event.  We are looking for donations and volunteers up until the event.   All donation, large, small, related products or services are greatly appreciated.   Thank you for your time and consideration,  
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    Tuesday September 16, 2014 - 19:00 pm — Wellington Brewery - Guelph

    Join us at our Annual General Meeting to celebrate the past provincial campaign, elect a new executive, and take care of business from 7pm to 9pm.  We will be meeting at the Iron Duke House, at the Wellington Brewery.  (Local water, local beer! And local entertainment!)

    See our website at to find out about applying for an Executive position.
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    Thursday September 25, 2014 - 18:30 pm — Take Back the Night march and rally - Guelph
    Take Back the Night! Thursday, September 25 2014 Take Back the Night Marches and Rallies happen every year internationally to raise awareness about violence against women. Women began marching in 1976 in Belgium to raise awareness about sexualized violence. Since then, TBTN has been part of a grassroots feminist movement to bring attention to violence against women. In Guelph this march has been happening for over 20 years. Yet some recall marching for even longer than that. Please bring your noisemakers and enthusiasm in a march to end violence against women!
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    Friday September 26, 2014 - 18:30 pm — Guelph Civic Museum - Guelph
    Opening reception for the 3rd annual guelPhonography photo exhibit, featuring the work of 20 mobile phone photographers selected by the organizers. Prints will be on display at the Museum during Culture Days weekend. Winners will be announced and prizes will be awarded at approximately 7:30 p.m. The event features musical performances by Tannis Slimmon at 7 and 8 p.m. Snacks and light refreshments will be provided.
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    Sunday September 28, 2014 - 20:00 pm — ebar - Guelph
    Book Bash 2014 is a celebration of books published by Guelph and area authors over the previous year. Over twenty local authors will be in attendance, introducing their books, making copies available for sale, and mingling with the audience to chat and sign their work. The event will include performances by local spoken word artists and music by Mo' Kauffey and the The Rolling Blackouts. Book Bash 2014 will also be the launch event for Rhapsody, the annual anthology of Guelph poetry and very short prose that Vocamus Press will be publishing to increase public awareness of Guelph authors. The event is being generously supported by CareWell Health Group, Modern Castles Construction, and Magnolia Cafe. For further information please contact Jeremy Luke Hill at
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