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 lots of family fun and special presentations.
11AM: Why John Galt Cut Down the Maple Tree – An unconventional puppet play where everyone has fun!
2PM: John Galt and Early Guelph: An illustrated presentation by Ken Irvine.
The first 150 people to visit the Civic Museum on Saturday will also receive a free white pine seedling.
More information can be found here.