Synchro Skate, face paintings, and body art: January’s events

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Get away from those winter blues by checking out the fun activities planned for this month!

Check back regularly for new events!

Synchro Skate!

@ Guelph City Hall (located at 1 Carden St):

The Downtown Guelph Business Association (DGBA) is hosting an event at the Market Square rink as part of the Fourth Fridays programme.  Members  of the Gryphons Varsity Figure Skating Team will demonstrate their skills with two short performances at 7 and 8 in the evening. The team will be on hand to offer their advice and knowledge to the public between performances. For more information visit

Face Painting

@ Old Quebec Street Mall (located at 55 Wyndham St):

Tania Crook and her team will be painting faces for the Guelph Storm game attendees as well as mall-goers.

“New Believers” Record Release Party

@ Ed Video (located at 40 Baker Street):


A night of ecstaticism, cross-polination, and multi-headed funky nutsoids.

Featuring a performance by Brass Attacks featuring dancers Janet Johnson and Katie Ewald.

Scott McGovern and Live Action Fezz’s “Balloon Projection Project.”

$12 – This event is for All Ages

Doors at 8 in the evening

For more information visit

Art Exhibition

@ Red Brick Cafe (located at 8 Douglas St):

SolidColour, three abstract landscape painters, will be showing at The Red Brick Cafe until Sunday February 10.

Monday – Saturday 8 in the morning to 11 in the evening

Sundays and Holidays – 10 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon

For more information visit

Body Art

@ 10 Carden:

Tania Crook will be doing body art on Danae, who is 7 months pregnant.

Steph Howe will be displaying her mosaic stained glass art. For more information visit

Grand Opening

@ 6 Dublin St. South (Former Guelph Civic Museum)

Grand opening of the new home of


From 6 to 9 in the evening

We hope to see you all there!