Museum music, living yoga, and silence: March Fourth Friday’s

Hello all! Are you ready for this Friday?

Musical performance

Check out the Guelph Civic Museum (52 Norfolk Street)! Free admission after 5 pm. Celebrate
the end of the week and the start of the weekend by listening to jazz, popular, and original compositions by Guelph’s foremost classical guitarist Norman Liota!

Drop-in Yoga Class

Students of all levels are welcome to join in this drop-in class at Living Yoga (105 Wyndham St North) from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm. The focus is on breathing and moving with awareness through specific warm-ups to open the body in preparation for the yoga poses being taught. The benefits of poses and modifications for different abilities will be offered.

This class reflects the yoga teaching on self-less service, and is often referred to as Karma Yoga. Teachers give freely of their time, and all funds raised through the “pay-what-you-can” (PWYC) donations ($5 to $10 recommended) are given to support charitable needs within our community. These classes are taught by various teachers.

Musical performance

Live music venue SILENCE will be hosting performances from Hoover Party, Toronto musician Hrrr, guitarist Michael Mucci at 46 Essex Street. This event costs $10 or PWYC.

Hoover Party is the solo work of Jonathan Adjemian which covers the lounge music – noise music continuum.

Aromatherapy workshop

Enjoy healing aromas at 10 Carden. Immerse yourself into the world of beautiful healing aromas and well being.

Unfortunately due to a flu bug we will have to postpone our aromatherapy workshop. Sorry! Stay tuned for next month though. 10 Carden will still be open for community members to view the portrait works of Grazyna Adamska-Jarecka in the Community Room, located on the ground floor.

About Adamska-Jarecka

I was raised in Szczecin, Poland. I have always been emotionally attached to the city of my childhood, adolescence and part of my adult life, although the prevailing color of buildings stores and yards I remember is grey in its different tones. I realize now the extent to which my Polish background has had an impact on my painting.