Now in its 35th year, Hillside Festival has announced its lineup for this summer’s gathering of music, art, dance, and food at the one and only Guelph Lake Island from July 13-15, 2018. Hillside is an alternative festival for the musically and culturally adventurous. The summer festival brings together acclaimed and groundbreaking artists, across genres, to celebrate community at a midsummer musical feast.
Fun family activities in Guelph’s Riverside Park starting at 11:00 am with a musical fireworks finale closing the day about 10:00 pm.
Kick off your summer with the University of Guelph at SummerFest on the Green! Live Music | Food Trucks | Beer Garden | Fun stuff to do | Free admission | Everyone welcome Check out our website for more details.
Taking place on Saturday June 23rd, Art on the Street will showcase an array of original work and exciting projects from nearly 100 established and emerging artists.Starting at 10am, visitors can walk this open-air art gallery in the beautiful and historic setting of Quebec Street. Ceramics, jewellery, acrylic paintings, photography, textiles and much more will be on display, accompanied by the artists who made them.
Guelph Sexuality Conference Innovations in Sexual Health and Wellbeing The Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference seeks to advance the sexual health and well-being of Canadians and the global community by providing evidence-based information, education, and training designed to engage practitioners in diverse fields related to sexual health. This year the theme is Innovations in Sexual Health and Wellbeing. Registration is now open. Check out our website for more details.
U of G is proud to host the Toronto Argonauts preseason game against the Ottawa Redblacks, June 7 at Alumni Stadium. Kick off at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale now!
Reach the goal of an accessible Ontario at the 10th Annual Accessibility Conference “Designing for Diverse Abilities”.
Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health We would like to invite you to our upcoming forum in Southwestern Ontario on May 24, 2018. The forum is a one-day event that takes place between 11 and 4 pm. The goal is to bring regional post-secondary institutions and community organizations together to highlight the great work being done, seek and build collaborations and to facilitate networking. The forum is free to attend and includes lunch. We also encourage you to forward this event and invite any additional organizations that you think would like to attend.
Around the world, women make up half of all farmers, but they are marginalized in farm ownership, decision making and access to life-changing agricultural technology. The purpose of this session is to explore new ideas and opportunities for how to enhance visibility of young female farmers around the world and tap the enormous potential they offer for a sustainable farming future.
Research Data Management/Preservation Workshop Event Navigation Every researcher begins a research project by formulating a question and devising a methodology in which to undertake the project. Join us as we review the basic steps involved in Research Data Management Planning.