Guelph 190: History @ Night Party will celebrate Guelph’s 190th birthday with pop-up art and history installations at and around the Guelph Civic Museum on Founders’ Day eve, Saturday April 22, from 9 PM to 1 AM.
Celebrate with a free event to showcase Guelph’s culture, art and history!
More details to come!
What to see
‘Royal City Histories’ improv with The Making Box
Gonrah Degohwah White Pine Dancers and Ojibway Storyteller Aaron Bell
Live 3D printing ‘Remaking a School’ presented by Kyle Mackie, Guelph Public Library, Central Public School, and Ward 1 Studios.
Pop-up exhibit ‘Charles Raymond: Innovator, Immigrant, Industrialist, Citizen’ presented by Wendy Rofihe “Night Sun”, interactive digital media sculpture presented by Stephanie Clarke Pop-up exhibit ‘Something’s Brewing in Guelph’ presented by Eric Payseur “The Elocutioner”, poetry recitations and storytelling presented by Jay Wilson of Guelph in Postcards: The McCrae Years Glass box Guelph 190 grafitti and face painting presented by Tania Crook of Makin’ Faces Ontario Artist Blacksmith Association blacksmithing demonstration