Did you know there is a website that lists many of the Famous people from Guelph? This unique database was started in November 2013 by the Guelph Public Library to help Guelphities learn about our city’s finest actors, musicians, athletes, authors, government officials, and historical figures. Since its launch, Library staff have added over 200 […]
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A bridge has spanned the Speed River at this location as early as 1860 and was known first as “the Wellington Foundry Bridge” and later “the Inglis-Hunter Bridge” because of its close proximity to one of the very early industries in Guelph, established circa 1860, on the easterly bank of the river. The bridge seen […]
On April 23, the City of Guelph is turning 189 years old! Join the Guelph Civic Museums as they celebrate Founders Day, which is an annual celebration of the ceremonial felling of a large maple tree that marked the founding of Guelph on April 23, 1827. The museum will be celebrating all day with […]
Rambles in the Rustbelt is a series of audio explorations celebrating heritage architecture in Ontario. In this episode, Benjamin A. Vazquez leads us on a tour of Guelph, Ontario. Join us for this walk and explore the area.
Article By Steven Petric Ah, the drive-in movie. There is something about hearing the ‘Beach Boys’ playing from the speakers inside a vintage ’50’s era snack bar. There is no mistaking that feeling of a different era, especially at the Mustang Drive-In in Guelph. The Mustang’s owners have been promoting that feeling of retro at the 1959 […]