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The 7th Annual Spring Awakes!
Sunday May 27, 1:15pm - 4:24pm, 2 Rivers Festival - Orchard Park Parking Lot, Ignatius Jesuit Centre - 5420 Hwy 6 N, Guelph. A Performance Arts Hike Adventure to Benefit Ignatius Old Growth Forest. With a magical mix of nature and imagination, artists will create site-specific music, dance, and poetry encounters amongst the budding trees and trout lilies, the singing birds and the rushing river, all in reverence of spring. Join us for this guided walk through the woods – full of surprises. All funds raised directly support ongoing ecological restoration and the long-term vision of fostering an Old Growth Forest right here in our community along the shores of the Speed River. Please wear sturdy footwear, bring a hat, water and sunscreen. Please bring food to share at the Pot Luck Picnic which crowns the afternoon adventure. This is a Rain or Shine event. *Note: Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advance at Janus Books (10 Paisley St.) or Loyola House (Ignatius Jesuit Centre). Children accompianed by adults are admitted free and must be able to hike with a group. Host Organization: SKSS Productions in support of the Old Growth Forest. Accessibity - Please be aware this location is not fully accessible. Hikers will be bused from Orchard Park to the forest and back. The hike takes place on a trail through mixed terrain including uneven surfaces and changing elevations. For more information, please visit 2riversfestival.org
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Muddy Grape Run
Saturday May 26, 10am, Cox Creek Cellars - 7687 Wellington Rd 22, Guelph. Cox Creek Cellars in Guelph and The Hernder Estate Wines in St Catharines serves as the backdrop the Muddy Grape Endurance Runs this year ! These endurance run will have participants take on an obstacle course designed to challenge all fitness levels while supporting The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Ontario. Influenced by vintage military training courses, The Muddy Grape will feature multiple obstacles that will test each participant’s physical strength, mental toughness and their will power all while having fun for a great cause! Open to men and women, individuals or teams, we invite anyone who thinks they have what it takes to escape the Muddy Grape Run! For those participants with that burning desire for competition and want an extra challenge, you can sign up in the timed/competitive category to see how you measure up against some of the seasoned obstacle course competitors! Please see the Registration Section for more details! The Muddy Grape is a family friendly event that is open to spectators and supporters! The fun and excitement does not just end with the race, participants and guests will also be able to enjoy live entertainment, a refreshment area, food vendors, merchandise vendors and more! Our post-race celebration will be an event you won’t want to miss! Admission into the event is ‘free’, so come cheer on your bravest participant! Muddy Grape Endurance Run is proudly in support of Special Olympics Ontario in partnership with the Law Enforcement Torch Run. For more information, please visit coxcreekcellars.on.ca or call 519.767.3253
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14th Annual Hike for Hospice
Coming Soon…Jun 03, 11am - 02pm, Riverside Park, 709 Woolwich Street, Guelph. Join us for our 14th Annual Hike for Hospice! Hike for Hospice will begin with registration and a free barbecue for participants starting at 11am followed by the Hike starting close to 1pm. Our Hike for Hospice was created to provide a family oriented, community event, filled with family activities including the construction of our annual community weave, complimentary therapeutic area, children’s activities and more. Create a team or walk as an individual to show your support of loved ones and Hospice Wellington’s ‘free’ services and programming. Participants will receive a T-Shirt and Gift Bag at registration. Plus, top fundraisers and top teams will earn amazing prizes (to be announced soon). All pledge money must be received on or before race day to qualify for incentive prizes. All walkers are challenged to raise a minimum of $100, pledges can be collected online or via pledge sheets which will be given after you sign up or can be picked up here at Hospice Wellington at our lower administration level. For more information about the Hike for Hospice please connect with Phil Gourlay, Events Coordinator at phil.gourlay’at’hospicewellington.org or visit hospicewellington.org/events/hike-for-hospice
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Guelph Walk for Arthritis
Coming Soon…Jun 03, 10am - 01pm, Chartwell Wellington Park Retirement Residences, 181 Janefield Ave, Guelph. Registration 10am; Walk Start Time 11am; Lunch Ready around 12:30 - Provided by Chartwell. The Walk will start and end at Chartwell Wellington Park Retirement Residences, 181 Janefield Avenue, Guelph. Length 5K and 1K. There are two ways to participate in the Walk: 1. Fundraiser: Commit to raising $100 or more and the registration fee is waived. 2. Walker: Pay a $25 registration fee to walk on the day-of; no fundraising necessary. Family registration is an option, which simply allows a group to sign up using one email address. Note: People can join as walkers that morning, but we encourage sign-up beforehand so we can coordinate food, tables and other items with our host. Participants receive lunch, refreshments and a t-shirt. For more information, please visit tascad.convio.net/site/TR/Events/2018WalkforArthritis?fr_id=1221&pg=entry or call 519.743.4141 ex.1104
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2018 Lilac Festival Olympic & Developmental Classes Regatta
May 26 & May 27, Foot of MacNab Street North, Hamilton. Presented by the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club. Annual event, visitors include Canadians and Americans. For more information please visit the website rhyc.ca or call 905.528.8464
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God of Carnage
May 25 to June 9, Todmorden Mills - 67 Pottery Rd, presented by East Side Players. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage relates an evening in the lives of two couples, residents of a Brooklyn neighborhood, who meet to discuss a playground incident. Alan and Annette’s son hit Michael and Veronica’s son in the face with a stick, resulting in two broken teeth. The four of them agree to discuss the incident civilly, but, as the night wears on and drinks are imbibed, the polite veneer breaks down. The couples initially spar against each other, but the men gang up on the women and the spouses switch sides as the fighting continues. Reza’s play suggests that our civilized trappings do a poor job of hiding our venality and bile. Reservations / Advance Tickets are required For more information, please visit eastsideplayers.ca or call 416.425.0917
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The Harlequin Singers Concert For Children in Need
Sunday, May 27, 03pm - 05pm, St Luke's Parish Hall - 1382 Ontario Street, Burlington. For over 40 years The Harlequin Singers have presented music from Broadway, films, and contemporary charts. Refreshments follow. Tickets are $20.00; a non-perishable food item is requested (Call 905.681.2816 or at the door). All proceeds go towards food and programs for children in Hamilton and Burlington, and suicide prevention for Indigenous youth. For more information, please call 905.681.6097
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Carassauga Festival of Cultures
May 25 to May 27, various cultural and community centres within Mississauga. Carassauga Festival is a 3-day family friendly multicultural event showcasing over 50 countries at different pavilion locations throughout Mississauga. Travel the world without leaving the city. In each pavilion, you will find ethnic foods, entertainment, culture of the country you are visiting and vendors. Admission cost is only $10 for an advance Carassauga passport or $12 at the door. Children 12 and under are free. Unlimited access to all Pavilions, our KidsZone and shuttle service to all the locations all weekend long. (Friday May 25-7:30pm to midnight, Saturday May 26-1pm to midnight and Sunday May 27-1pm to 7pm). For more information, please visit carassauga.com or call 905.615.3010
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