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    Tuesday October 28, 2014 - 16:30 pm — St. George's Church - Guelph
    The Guelph Connections Concerts welcomes you to enjoy FREE concerts at 4:30 pm every Tuesday in October and through to November 4, 2014. THIS WEEK - OCTOBER 28:  Talisa Blackman, Solo Piano Performing works by Chopin and Rachmaninoff. For a complete schedule of upcoming performances, visit or call 519-822-1366.
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    Thursday October 30, 2014 - 07:30 am — Delta Guelph Hotel and Conference Centre - Guelph
    Meridian, Ontario's largest credit union, is excited to host our second Small Business Appreciation Breakfast and tradeshow on October 30, 2014. Small Business has a big impact on community, which is why we are proud to celebrate Small Business Month. This year we are pleased to be co-hosting with The Co-operators, our event’s sponsoring partner. Don’t miss our keynote speaker Bruce Croxon, former Dragon on the popular CBC’s Dragons’ Den and Co-Founder of Lavalife, discuss his intense entrepreneurial path and insights he has gained on what it takes to achieve success in today’s ever faster and demanding entrepreneurial environment. Following Bruce’s remarks, he will host a Q&A on how entrepreneurs and small businesses can succeed by partnership and collaboration and stand out amongst the competition.  
    When    ​Thursday, October 30, 2014, 7:30 a.m.– 9:30 a.m.  
    • ​​​​7:30 a.m. Registration opens + tradeshow
    • 8:00 a.m. Buffet Breakfast
    • ​8:30 a.m. Keynote Presentation​
    ​Delta Guelph Hotel and Conference Centre 50 Stone Rd. W., Guelph, ON, N1G 0A9
    Tradeshow participants include:
    • ​Chase Paymentech
    • Innovation Guelph
    • Guelph-Wellington Business Enterprise Centre
    Sponsoring Partner:
    • The Co-operators
    Community Partner:
    • ​Guelph Chamber of Commerce
      Space is limited, so please RSVP by October 24, 2014 to
    While the event is free, a small, monetary donation to the United Way at the event would be greatly appreciated.
    We look forward to seeing you.
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    Friday October 31, 2014 - 17:30 pm — First Christian Church - Guelph
    Blast off into SPACE. . . .  Join us at the Community Costume Party on October 31st.  EXPERIENCE low gravity, bounce on Mars, electric cars on the Moon track (2-6), remote control cars in the gyrosphere (6+) and tingle your taste buds with space food!  EXPLORE Mars in the Rover, the Robotics centre and send your hand built ship to the Space Station. ENCOUNTER Mad Scientists and create alien Goo.  ENJOY a performance by world renowned IncrediBrent.  Pizza, veggies, fruit and a drink are provided while available.   Supper and events begin at 5:30 pm.   This free event is targeted to ages 3-13, but all ages are welcome.  For more information contact us at or call us at 519- 822-7720.
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    Sunday November 02, 2014 - 10:00 am — Guelph Model Railroad Society - Guelph
    Visit a Growing Model Train Empire! By: Graham Bryan October 15th 2014.  Guelph. On Sunday November 2nd  the Guelph Model Railroad Society (GMRS) welcomes visitors to see the mighty Pacific Western railroad at its facilities just off Edinburgh Road.  Remember setting up your model train set on the floor and playing engineer for hours on end? Or maybe now your children have taken over your living room rug with Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends? Well, there is a place hidden away in an old factory in the middle of Guelph where the model train world you could only imagine has been made real. Walk through a model landscape with mountains towering above your head, and watch express trains and slow freights pass over deep canyons on soaring bridges and through bustling cities, and then disappear into long dark tunnels. Pay close attention and you may even see Thomas, Annie and Clarabelle whiz by!  Life-sized GMRS members will be present to show you around the 800 foot HO scale mainline and answer your questions about the hobby. It’s also a rare opportunity to see the new city of Harrison under construction and see and learn about all the exposed wires, tracks, nuts, bolts and craftsmanship that goes into building a model train layout. About the Pacific Western and the GMRS: The GMRS has been around since 1968 and in the current Crimea Street location over 30 years. The number of members has varied over the years, starting with 10 and growing to the current 30. The members range in age, expertise and skills and over the years have built an impressive 2,500 square feet layout with thousands of feet of wire, mountains over 8 feet high, dozens of bridges, and four rail yards. “I really can’t keep track of how many locomotives or cars we have and I doubt I ever will” notes club president Pete Burgess. ‘Playing trains’ takes on a different dimension on the railroad: starting at 6:30 pm on most Wednesdays the members don radio headsets are assigned trains by a dispatcher, just like on real railroad. They set out with their train on a scale 300 mile journey. That journey can take up to 8 hours in ‘scale time’ – an hour in the real world. The dispatcher sits in a separate room tracking the movements of dozens of trains and giving instructions to each engineer over the radio. “This may sound intimidating but walk in the room and everyone is having fun like they were a kid again. And that’s because we follow the number one rule in model railroading, in fact the only rule, and that is to have fun” explains Pete. The club always welcomes visitors who want to learn more and maybe even join – just show up on a Wednesday night. About the train show: The Pacific Western is located at 50 Crimea Street, Guelph, west of Edinburgh Road North. Tickets are $5 with children 12 and under free. The train layout is located in a basement and GMRS regrets that our facilities are not wheelchair accessible. Contact:George Watson, 4971 Wellington County Rd 29, Guelph, N1H6H8 519-856-4983   GMRS facebook page


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    Sunday November 02, 2014 - 19:30 pm — The Albion Hotel - Guelph
    Local pianist and vocalist Nicole Ensing is celebrating the launch of her band's new CD "Riddles and Creeds" (Chanter Records) with a concert at the Albion upstairs, Sunday November 2nd at 7:30. The songs on Riddles and Creeds span a range of styles centered on piano-based pop with hints of folk and jazz influences. Admission is $10.   All are welcome and see attached poster for more information.
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