Join your fellow alumni for a pre-game reception and cheer on the Jays as they face the Boston Red Sox!
Interested in using Python but don't know where to start? Join us for a hands-on, two-part workshop for folks with little experience programming. Part 1 will cover the basics of
Interested in using Python but don't know where to start? Join us for a hands-on, two-part workshop for folks with little experience programming. Part 2 will go beyond the built-in.
Picnic and play the AGG way! Families are invited to the Donald Forster Sculpture Park at the Art Gallery of Guelph for crafts, games and fun in celebration of the
Join the Art Gallery of Guelph for a talk with Anishinaabe/Ojibwa artist Bonnie Devine as she explores the connection between art, activism and storytelling. Inspired by her bookwork Book of Transformation, on view in the AGG’s exhibition "The Drive", Devine will address the connections between oral traditions and visual narratives of the Anishinaabe and how
This program will help you refine your skills at identifying trees in Ontario. The focus will be on learning important identification characteristics. Difficult groups such as the cherry, oak and walnut families as well as the easier groups such as ash and maple will be explored. The afternoon will be spent outside, identifying trees in
On Science and Engineering Sunday, find out what science and engineering is all about at the University of Guelph. Visit our campus and meet with staff, faculty and students from different areas of science and engineering. The day includes a resource fair, open labs and facilities, campus tours and self-guided residence tours.
Neither great trees nor a carpet of bloom, the often overlooked but ecologically important shrubs and vines in our landscape will be our focus. Fresh specimens and an easy to use key for shrubs will be used. We will be outdoors for half of the day discovering southern Ontario's native and naturalized shrubs at The
This two-day Writing Tune-up: Grammar series is open to graduate and undergraduate students, post-doctoral students, visiting scholars/researchers, faculty, and staff at the University of Guelph, as well as Guelph community members. Although you can attend either day, it is recommended that you start with Day 1. (If you also wish to attend Day 2, visit
This two-day Writing Tune-up: Grammar series is open to graduate and undergraduate students, post-doctoral students, visiting scholars/researchers, faculty, and staff at the University of Guelph, as well as Guelph community members. Although you can attend either day, it is recommended that you start with Day 1. (Visit the Day 1 description to register for that
Take part in a workshop on one of the most difficult groups of birds to identify! Using plumage, shape, size, calls and behaviour, we will try to figure out all of those confusing sandpipers, plovers, phalaropes, turnstones, knots, godwits and whimbrels. If you are up for the challenge, this is the workshop for you! They
Do you want to see what the John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise's Hub Incubator Startups have been up to this semester? Join us at the Hub Startup Showcase to watch teams pitch to win cash for their business! Enjoy appetizers and refreshments Have your say in who takes home the People's
Explore the mysterious, weird and wonderful world of fungi! The course is open to students of any skill level, with the assumption that most will be beginners. Past courses have been taught in October, when mushrooms are most abundant. However, this year the course will focus on the seasonal changes in mushroom diversity. The course