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    Friday September 19, 2014 - 21:00 pm — Van Gogh's Ear - Guelph
    "Rockstars and entertainers with a sincere change-the-world-with-heart attitude" (Midnight Matinee), Toronto's Paint have earned their reputation as one of Canada's hardest-working and most genuine indie bands, playing over 200 shows from Vancouver to Halifax in support of two critically-acclaimed albums through Universal Music, including multiple returns to North by Northeast (considered one of the top 12 performing acts in 2012 by the Toronto Star), Canadian Music WeekIndie WeekNew Music West, and The Hamilton Music Awards (for which Michael Chambers won Best Engineer in 2011).Paint has worked with the same people who have produced, mixed, and mastered Elvis PresleyJohnny CashThe Tragically HipCity and ColourFeistThe TrewsSocial Distortion, and Bright Eyes, and won the fan favourite on 102.1 The Edge. Frontman Robb Johannes has been running for mayor of Toronto, reconnecting the band's music to his social activist roots.
    After releasing a compilation of 14 music videos called Capsulated in 2013, Paint is currently embarking on a multimedia black-and-white film called 11:11 and accompanying soundtrack courtesy of a dedicated fanbase through IndieGogo and the Canadian government's FACTOR program.
    Paint is also in pre-production for an October taping of concert film and live album of all new material, and celebrating the 5th Anniversary of its critically-acclaimed debut Can You Hear Me? with a deluxe edition reissue."Picture perfect" - 102.1 The Edge
    "Best live act in the city" - Musica Mas "One of the best bands in Toronto" -"One of the top acts of the year" - The Toronto Star
    "Intelligent people making incredible music" - The Examiner "5 Stars" - Youthink Magazine"All killer, no filler... destined for arenas" - Soundproof Magazine "An exciting blend of catchy pop rock and stellar lyrics... undeniable brilliance" - The Argosy
    "An exclamation point to the world... The next U2?" - Midnight Matinee
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    Saturday September 20, 2014 - 10:00 am — St. John's Anglican Church - Rockwood

    Rockwood Mushroom Fest

    Adults - $5, Children 12 and under - FREE

    Come taste and celebrate our region's local food and MUSHROOMS.  Learn all about mushrooms and enjoy new recipes by special guest chefs along with specially prepared food, wine, entertainment, children's activities, art, music, craft and food vendors and prizes.

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    Saturday September 20, 2014 - 11:00 am — Evergreen Seniors Community Centre - Guelph
    Admission: $2 (cash only) Visa, MasterCard & debit accepted for sale purchases. Please bring your own bag or tote for shopping! Huge selection of quality used infant, youth and maternity clothing. As well as baby equipment, toys, books, games and more! Be sure to stop by the Vendor Fair as well. Participating businesses to be announced shortly before the sale.
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    Sunday September 21, 2014 - 10:30 am — York Road Park - Guelph
    Enjoy a walk with your dog along the beautiful Eramosa River Trail, followed by a community gathering in the park, all while raising money for a great cause. Friends for Life! Walkathon features kids activities, vendors, a BBQ and contests with great prizing. It's fun for the whole family, including your pooch! Last year we raised more than $6,000 for the shelter, all thanks to YOU, our amazing friends and supporters. This year, our fundraising goal is $10,000! You can help by registering today. Visit the Humane Society website for details. URL: All proceeds directed to the Guelph Humane Society and the animals in their care.
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    Sunday September 21, 2014 - 13:00 pm — Guelph Civic Museum - Guelph
    Guelph Civic Museum is hosting a series of lectures about lace to coincide with our "Art of the Lacemaker" exhibition. The event includes a chance to tour the exhibit, as well as tea and cakes for refreshment. The September lecture is being given by Anne Adams in conversation with Joyce Dawson and is entitled "Ayrshire and Whitework, Embroidered Laces of the 19th Century". Tickets are $15.00 plus tax, and can be purchased in advance through our website at For more information about this or other events, visit our website or call us at 519-836-1221.
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    Wednesday September 24, 2014 - 19:00 pm — St Johns Anglican Church, Rockwood - Rockwood
    Residents of Wellington-Halton Hills (WHH) are invited to join the WHH Provincial Liberal Association and attend the Association's Annual General Meeting being held at St John's Anglican church in Rockwood at 7pm on Wed Sept 24 to elect a new Executive and prepare for 2018.  Further information available at,, or 226-242-0301.
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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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    Thursday September 25, 2014 - 20:00 pm — Magnolia Cafe - Guelph
    Ozere is excited to come back to Guelph and play a night of original music at the Magnolia Cafe! We'll be playing two sets, so come at 8pm and grab some delicious dinner and drinks from the cafe. Ozere takes equal inspiration from chamber groups and folk bands. It’s what happens when you bring together musicians who play bluegrass, Celtic, jazz, Klezmer, classical and more. Drawing comparisons to the Goat Rodeo Sessions and Tin Hat Trio, Ozere has garnered a decent following in their short time on Earth! They released their debut EP, “Three Generations”, in April 2013, and are planning to record a full-length album in 2014 with Juno Award-winning producer David Travers-Smith (The Wailin’ Jennys, Jayme Stone). Ozere is: Jessica Hana Deutsch - violin Emily Rockarts - vocals Lydia Helsdon Munchinsky - cello Adrian Gross - mandolin Bret Higgins - bass $10
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    Friday September 26, 2014 - 17:00 pm — Guelph Civic Museum - Guelph
    Start the weekend off with a free concert and visit to the museum! For September, CGM is proud to present local singer-songwriter Tannis Slimmon! For more information on this or other museum events, please visit our website at or call us at 519-836-1221.
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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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