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Rapid Response: Collecting Experiences as they are Lived

Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario

The COVID-19 pandemic is a major moment in history. On March 11, 2020 the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. On March 17, Ontario declared a state of emergency,…

Bravo! Guelph Little Theatre Celebrates 85 Years

Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario

Banner Image: The cast from “Angel Street” (1991), based on the 1938 play titled “Gaslight” by British dramatist Patrick Hamilton. Bravo! As the city's longest running community theatre, Guelph Little…

Hope and Healing: Art Installation by Tracey-Mae Chambers

Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario

Métis artist Tracey-Mae Chambers brings her site-specific art installation #hopeandhealingcanada to the Guelph Civic Museum. Visitors to the museum can witness the creation process over three days, from September 22…

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Between the Crosses, Row on Row: 100 Years of the Remembrance Poppy

Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario

Beginning with Guelph-born Lt. Col. John McCrae's 1915 poem "In Flanders Fields", this exhibition tells the story of the poppy as it evolved to be an enduring symbol of remembrance in Canada and around the world.

Scottish Diaspora Tapestry: Canadian Content

Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario

For a limited time only, 38 Canadian panels from the Scottish Diaspora Tapestry will be on display at the Civic Museum. The installation includes panels dedicated to the City of…

Guelph Girls Hockey Association at 25 Years

Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario

The exhibition Guelph Girls Hockey Association at 25 Years traces the history of the Guelph Girls Hockey Association. Since 1996, GGHA has offered recreational and competitive hockey for female players, centred in physical fitness, self-esteem, and confidence building, and on the development of volunteers and community leaders.

Mind the Gap – Intergenerational Connectivity between Seniors and Youth

Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario

Organized by Centre for Artistic & Social Practice (Hamilton, ON) and presented at Guelph Civic Museum, Mind the Gap is an exhibition of artworks created by a community of seniors and youths working with practicing artists in Hamilton and Guelph. Through co-creative artmaking, the project aimed to decrease isolation among the participants and to bridge their generational gap.

Moving Histories, Neighbourhood Mysteries

Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, Ontario

Moving Histories, Neighbourhood Mysteries marks the end of a multi-year collaboration in three of Guelph’s vibrant neighbourhoods – Two Rivers, Onward Willow, and Brant Avenue – where we explored two driving questions: What makes a place home? How do communities change over time?