North End Harvest Market Multicultural Food Project
Meet Barb, a volunteer market manager as she walks you through a typical market day that caters specifically to newcomers and their specific food needs.
Grand River Conservation Foundation: Guelph Lake 800 Tree Forest for Canada’s 150th
Meet Sara Wilbur and Greg Meredith and check out the 800 tree learning forest at Guelph Lake – planted by our community to recognize Canada’s 150th.
Guelph Public Library Bookmobile for Canada’s 150th
Meet Steve Kraft, Kirsten Bester and the library Bookmobile team as they take learning to the streets of Guelph! Take a look inside the bookmobile, 3Dprinters and books on the go.
Elliott Community: Veterans Memorial Garden featuring a Vimy Ridge Oak
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Veterans Memorial Garden and the story of the Vimy Ridge Oak Tree planted in the centre of it. A wonderful tribute and memorial and learning opportunity for families and friends of residents at the Eliott Community Centre.
Canadian Seniors: Our Roots, Our Future
Take a look at how seniors in our community tell their stories through song and performance.
Elora Centre for the Arts: Canadian Art, Eh?
Take a peek at an art camp that teaches kids all about Canadian artists. Watch as they create works inspired by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Take a tour in the gallery where a mirrored canoe and paddle exhibit helps commemorate Canada’s 150th.
Wall Mural: Celebrating 150 years of volunteerism, painted by 150 volunteers
This commemorative wall mural might be right up your alley – take a look at the making of it, the idea behind it, and the people that it celebrates. Located on the wall of the People & Information Network’s office on Cork Street, downtown Guelph.