The Next Level Dance Party, a wine tasting, and horse paintings

Fourth Fridays is a downtown Guelph community event to bring together people, the arts and culture in new and interesting ways. Stop by between 7pm and 10pm to check out the various events!


Next Level Dance PartyThe Next Level Dance Party!

@ Van Gogh’s / Salsateria (10 Wyndham Street North, Guelph; First Floor) From 8:30pm onwards.

$10 cover for this fundraiser event to help 10 Carden meet their accessibility goals! Help them make the space accessible to all! 646-574

Come dance or listen to the music of Dj Muse/ Dj JP HOV / Nicky Dread and friends


Demo/Lecture

@Wyndham Art Supplies (125 Wyndham Street North, Guelph): will be open late tonight until 9pm.

They will also be hosting a Demo/Lecture from 6-9pm on the 3rd Floor in the Guelph School of Art Studio called Support Your Art- all about the surfaces that you create your art on. Regardless of your medium, your choice of support material and how you prepare it can have a big impact on how a piece develops and lasts.

Pre-registration is required to attend the demo and the cost is $10 + HST. It will choc’ full of useful information, demonstrations and tactile samples and examples. Demo/lecture will be presented by Wyndham Art Supplies owner, Chris Ahlers. There are still a few spots left so call or swing by early to sign up.


Art Exhibition

@ 10 Carden (10 Carden Street, Guelph): JANE FINORO will be showing some of her work including works in oil, acrylic and mixed media.


Art Exhibition

@ Whitestone Gallery (80 Norfolk Street, Guelph): Featuring the art of Clive Lewis, printmaker, as well as showcasing the work of the other 14 members of Whitestone Gallery Collective. You can meet the artist from 7-9pm.


Pay-What-You-Can Drop-In Yoga

@ Living Yoga (105 Wyndham Street North): 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Students of all levels are welcome to join in this drop-in class. Focus is on breathing and moving with awareness through specific warm-ups to open the body in preparation for the yoga poses being taught. Benefits of poses and modifications for different abilities will be offered.

This class reflects the yoga teaching on self-less service. Teachers give of their time and funds raised through the “pay-what-you-can” donations are given to support charitable needs within our community. For more information, please visit our website.


Fashion Show

@ Innovation Guelph (111 Farquhar Street, Guelph): Grey Rock Clothing Co. is having a spring fashion show with the latest in men’s and women’s fashion. Not only are all their outfits fantastic, they’re also sweatshop-free. Before and after the show you’ll have the chance to purchase heavily discounted end of season products along with new pieces for spring. Buy your ticket in advance here.

7:30- Doors open
8:00- Fashion show starts
8:30-9:30- Shop till you drop while supporting great causes.

Entry is $5 at the door. All profits go to Habitat for Humanity Guelph. *FF* *A*


Art Installations

Guelph Civic Museum (52 Norfolk Street [entrance off Cork Street]): Art colours

Two unique art installations will take centre stage at the Guelph Civic Museum from 5:00 to 9:00 pm.

Ed Video will project videos made for the 60 Seconds of Beauty project, a collection of community-produced videos reflecting on the definition of beauty.  Created by people with varying skill levels in video production, these non-narrative shorts provide a wide scope of the many types of beauty captured in the lenses of the beholders: love, nature, music, and even floating garbage.

At the same time, Art Con Ex, an exhibition of works created by participants of Art Con GUELPH, will be on display.  Art Con GUELPH is a convention for young makers and doers, primarily 21 years old and younger, which includes workshops, a live model sketching event, tag walls and open media worksites.  The work created during the conference will be exhibited at the Museum from March 19 to 22, and will be celebrated at an open house during Fourth Fridays.

For Fourth Fridays, Museum hours are extended from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. and admission is free.


Wine Tasting

Red Brick Cafe (8 Douglas Street, Guelph): Get a sheet with descriptions. $10 per person for 4 samples. 1 white & 3 reds from one country or varietal. Each month different wines. No reservations required. Impress your friends with your new wine knowledge! @5pm – 11pm


Art Exhibition

@ The Trafalgar Building (123 Woolwich Street):

Second Floor (same hallway as Hillside Festival): Tiffany Celeste: Come in, see some art. And, bring along a photo/s for me, to see. I love to find out about other people and what is important, in their lives. That is a source of inspiration, for me. *FF*


Art Exhibition

Race Horse PaintingThe Casual Gourmet (52 Carden St): The kitchen appliances, accents and tools are like art in and of themselves. But you should stop by to see the works of Grayden Laing tucked in amongst them.