Hillside, yoga, and A Night at the Museum: July’s events

Hillside 2013 Fourth Friday's Guelph

Come one, come all! If you are not at Guelph’s own Hillside Festival this Friday July 26th, take to the streets! We have a lineup of events for all ages and interests. Best of all – if you want to do everything, you can. This month’s events may overlap, but they are arranged so that you can attend all, no picking and choosing.

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Noon Hour Concert Series

Switch up your usual lunch break and appreciate the great live music at St. George’s Square from noon until 1pm. Featured this week: Adrien Jones & Kim Regimbal. Performances by different artists every Friday.
Note: wheelchair accessible

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Art Exhibition

Whitestone Gallery: Doors open- John Fleming’s show “You Are Here”: oil paintings with a geographical theme. Also the work of the other 14 members of the Whitestone Collective.

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Drop-in Session of Yoga

Wind down at 105 Wyndham from 5:30-6:30.

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Music and kite flying – a fun combination for July’s Fourth Friday at the Guelph Civic Museum

If the winds are right, Fourth Fridays event at the Guelph Civic Museum, get ready for stunt kite ballet with quad and dual line kites, kite displays and kids kite making activities with the Royal City Fun Flyers. Combine the whimsical tunes on the ukulele with the Guelph musician Olivia Borkosky performing at 6:30-8pm and you are in for a fun evening!

The Royal City Fun Flyers are a group of people that like to make and fly kites and are looking forward to sharing their passion with museum visitors. To them, “go fly a kite” is a good thing.

This event coincides with the exhibition of The Avro Arrow: A Dream Denied, a travelling exhibit from the West Parry Sound Museum tracing the remarkable story of the rise and fall of two of Canada’s greatest technological achievements: The Avro Arrow and Iroquois engine. This exhibit continues at Guelph Civic Museum until July 28th.

Guelph Civic Museum is located at 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph. For Fourth Fridays, Museum hours are extended from 5:00 to 9:00 and admission is free.

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Art ExhibitionEd Montgomery Memory Boxes Fourth Friday's Guelph

Ed Montgomery Memory Boxes Fourth Friday's Guelphfeatured artist is Eric Montgomery and his display, “Memory Boxes”. A big hit! You have not seen art quite like this, guaranteed. Open 7-10pm

Ed Montgomery Memory Boxes Fourth Friday's Guelph

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Pre movie fun!

10 Carden Guelph logo10 Carden will have cookie decorating & face painting with Jenifer, from “Cleo and her painting pals”. Stop by between 7 and 9 for a few laughs and a snack. _____________________________________________________________________________

Friday Nites Salsa Fix

Join instructor Nico from the Flying Dance Company at 16 Wyndham. Dance lesson: 8-10pm, but you can keep getting your salsa fix until 1am. $10 per person, per hour.

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Ghost Walk

8:45 departure from Guelph train station. 1 hour walk around downtown exploring Guelph’s haunted past! Adults $10, students & children $8. Please reserve at ghostwalkofguelph@yahoo.ca.

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Movie Screening

Night at the Museum will be screened in Market Square! 9-11pm. Bring some comfy blankets and all your friends!