All Museum events and programs have been cancelled through July 5.
Doors Open After Dark has been postponed, date tbd.
Following advice from Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health, all City of Guelph recreation centres, libraries, museums and theatres remain closed until April 30 to slow the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). All scheduled programs, performances and events at City facilities are cancelled through July 5, 2020.
For all City of Guelph Coronavirus updates and further information, please visit guelph.ca.
Please visit the staff contact page to connect with us via email while are working offsite.
Before Doors Open After Dark 2020 officially kicks off, warm up with a free Fourth Friday concert 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.
Stick around! Launching the Doors Open Guelph weekend, Doors Open After Dark will celebrate Guelph’s 193rd birthday with history and art activations at and around the Civic Museum. Connect, explore and engage with history in unique ways!
Free admission, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
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.