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Guelph Politico is locally sourced and dedicated to covering the political and cultural scene in the City of Guelph. Est. 2008.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Some Stuff to do

Hard to believe that January is nearly over... but since it is, I thought it might be time to highlight some of the events taking place in the coming week. It's a rather stacked week in terms of events so be sure to act accordingly and pace yourself.

Tuesday February 2nd - Guelph Remastered Open House You may have already read about the City's plan for this coming construction season, but now you can check out the plan for yourself.
City Hall, 1 Carden St.
6 to 9 pm

Wednesday February 3rd - New Downtown Neighbourhood Association Kick-off
Residents of the downtown core are invited to a kick-off social for the new DNA, a group dedicated to making Downtown Guelph a better place to live.
Alma Gallery, 133 Wyndham St. N.
7 pm

Thursday February 4th - Public Forum: Natural Heritage Strategy
Members of the public are invited to provide input into Guelph’s draft Natural Heritage policies. The presentation of the drafts will be followed by discussion with attending members of the public. If you're interested in attending Please RSVP to michelle.mercier@guelph.ca
Meeting Room C, City Hall, 1 Carden St.
6:30 pm

Sunday February 7th - Help Haiti: A Guelph Benefit for Earthquake Relief
Several well-known Guelph musicians assist in the goal to raise $20,000 for earthquake relief in Haiti. Tickets are $30 each and all proceeds are going to the Canadian Red Cross. For more information you can go to the website guelph4haiti.com.
River Run Centre
7 pm

Monday February 8th - “The State of Parliamentary Democracy in Canada”
Ned Franks, Professor Emeritus at Queen’s University, will be talking about the need for reform of parliamentary procedures, and he’ll share his own ideas on the topic.
War Memorial Hall, University of Guelph campus
7:30 pm

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