Guelph Arts Council is pleased to collaborate with Meridian Credit Union in presenting Wealth Management: Creating Long-term Financial Stability, an interactive workshop led by Jeffrey Klompus, Wealth Advisor, CFP, RRC.…Read More
GAC is pleased to collaborate with Meridian Credit Union in presenting Wealth Management: Creating Long-term Financial Stability, an interactive workshop led by Wealth Advisor Jeffrey Klompus that will take the…Read More
Lisa Hirmer is a Guelph-based inter-disciplinary artist whose work spans visual art, social practice, community collaboration and practice-based forms of research. Weather Watcher, completed last year as her Guelph Artist…Read More
By Sharon Whittle The Amplify Summit hosted by the City of Waterloo gathers researchers, artists, designers and creative industry members to showcase cutting-edge ideas that explore the fusion between community,…Read More
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Guelph Concert Band presents Christmas at the Movies
Christmas time is here... so hop on the Polar Express and have yourself a merry little Christmas with Guelph Concert Band as we perform iconic music from your favourite holiday films. Keep warm with the jazzy vocals of Baby It's Cold Outside, and revisit childhood with selections from the Nightmare Before Christmas, the Sound of Music, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and many more!
Guelph Little Theatre presents Saving Sleeping Beauty directed by Kenneth Cameron
November 24th, - December 10th, 2017 When an angry fairy condemns the baby Princess Roslind to die on her 16th birthday, her parents beg Cerulean the Witch to save the child. Cerulean's answer is not what they hoped for - putting the girl to sleep to a hundred years. But the Witch knows that keeping Roslind alive is only the first step towards Saving Sleeping Beauty.
Guelph Film Festival will run November 10-18th, 2017 and will showcase international, national and local films, with visiting directors, community discussions, and an ever-growing film series for children, including a new French-language series. The aim is to inspire both community engagement and appreciation of the arts by connecting people with stories of global reach and local relevance.