The 23rd is January’s Fourth Friday. Have we got some great events planned for you!!
The Elevator Project Idea Mingle Maker
The Elevator Project aims to connect Idea Makers with investors to make the city of Guelph a better place for the people living in it. The event is located at 10 Carden and is from 6 – 8pm.
For more information visit www.theelevatorproject.ca.
“How Sweet it Was: Good Sweets Candy Store, 1934 – 1968” and “Wall of Art: Sweet”
Celebrate the launch of Guelph Museums’ sweet new winter exhibitions with free admission and a free concert. Celtic musicians Fiona McCairley and Bob MacLean are set to play to mark the opening of “How Sweet It Was: Goody Sweets Candy Store, 1934-1968” and “Wall of Art: Sweet” at 7 and 8pm.
McCairley is an award-winning fiddler, a clarinetist with the Guelph Symphony Orchestra, and the co-founder and music director of the Guelph Celtic Orchestra. MacLean is a virtuoso guitarist, with expertise in a variety of styles. He was McDougall Cottage Artist In Residence for 2012 and is the founder and director of the Waterloo-Wellington Guitar Summit. As a duo, they play “straight up fiddle tunes, swingy arrangements, familiar hits and some surprises.”
“How Sweet It Was: Goody Sweets Candy Store, 1934 to 1968” looks at a beloved mid-century Guelph candy store, Goody Sweets, recounting the store’s colourful past and exploring the traditional methods they used to make their sweets. “Wall of Art: Sweet” is a series of artworks by local artists that explore the concept of “sweet” in creative and innovative ways. The exhibits are open from 5 – 9pm.
“Made in Miami”
“Made in Miami” is a selection of drawings by Guelph native Jordan Massengale who has been living and working in Miami, Florida for the past twenty years. In this display, he presents suggestive narratives from imagination and memory of people and contexts that he has perceived while living in a Latin American context. Jordan embraces aspects of classical figure drawing, illustration and animation in these drawings. This art exhibit is located at 10 Carden and is open from 7 – 9pm.