Welcome back to Guelph Museums! Kick off your weekend with a performance by Murray Foster! On the Fourth Friday of the month, Guelph Museums offers free admission to the Guelph Civic Museum after 5 p.m. Performances by Murray Foster start at 7 p.m. Cash bar.
While admission is free, advanced registration is required. – SOLD OUT
For the safety of our visitors, staff, and volunteers, we have introduced new measures to keep you safe during your visit:
- Please do not visit the Museum if you are feeling unwell.
- When you arrive at the Museum, please follow the directional arrows and physical distancing cues.
- Upon entry, please sanitize your hands.
- We will be wearing face coverings for your protection; and we strongly encourage you, if you are able, to do the same for our protection.
- Our cloakrooms are closed and you must keep all belongings with you. Please travel light, for your comfort and the safety of our artifacts.
- Touch-free forms of payment are preferred. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and debit payments, and we have tap.
- The Families Gallery at the Civic Museum will remain closed until further notice, while we implement modifications to ensure your health and safety.
About Murray Foster:
Murray Foster is an award-winning singer-songwriter, filmmaker, musician, music producer, teacher, writer, speaker, and founder of Toronto Songwriting School. Known to many as a member of the pop groups Moxy Früvous and Great Big Sea, and as co-creator of the simply terrific band The Cocksure Lads, Murray is a sought-after navigator of the creative world, weaving together his experiences in music, film, and theatre. He made his Guelph Museums debut at McCrae House Backyard Theatre in Sons of ’17 in 2016 and starred in John Galt and the Instant City alongside Mike Ford in 2019.