After a day exploring Guelph’s finest buildings, creative spaces, and historically and architecturally significant sites on the Doors Open tour presented by Guelph Arts Council, save some energy for the after party at Guelph Civic Museum. Celebrate Guelph’s 191st birthday with pop-up art and history installations at and around the museum.
This free event, coinciding with Doors Open Guelph, is aimed at creating opportunities to connect, explore and engage the community with history in unique ways.
What to see
Community Canvas, Guelph Street Art presented by Arthur Kerrey
Guelph 191 Face Painting, presented by Tania Crook of Makin’ Faces
If These Walls Could Speak, video projection presented by Dawn Matheson
Patching up History, interactive fibre art presented by Stephanie Clarke
Explore Your Past and Present, jigsaw puzzle and display presented by Guelph Public Library
I STAND #InUnity, photo booth to share Statement of Alliance, In Unity Project
Messages to McCrae, write a message to Lt. Col. John McCrae to be included on a wreath to be laid on his grave site in France in May.
What to eat
With a menu as nomadic as the truck’s name, Chef Rabih of Nomad Chef Food Truck will keep your belly full all night long!