Join us for the Arrell Food Cinema Series presentation of First We Eat, a documentary from filmmaker Suzanne Crocker about only eating locally-grown food around Dawson City, Yukon for one year. This screening is taking place at the Bookshelf Cinema in Guelph on March 30 and will feature a panel discussion with local food systems
Into birding but the songs have you stumped? Whether you are new to learning bird sounds or you want a good refresher before the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas starts this spring, this course is for you. Join Chris Earley, Arboretum Interpretive Biologist and author of five bird field guides, for a series of eight virtual
Delve into the relationship between diet and gut microbiome diversity in this workshop which includes a live-food demo. This workshop will be touching on: prebiotics, probiotics, fermented foods, and fiber-rich foods, as well as conducting a hands-on fermentation activity where we will be making Kimchi! Join us as we: Explore what gut microbiomes are Understand
We have 8 different amazing species of turtles in Ontario, but a frightening fact is that all 8 of these species are listed as ‘at risk’ in our province. Come and take advantage of the opportunity to meet live specimens of many of these species and learn about their individual habits and skills for surviving
Join us for the exhibit launch of Truth or Treason? Sources for the Study of the Jacobites featuring special guest speaker, Dr. Leith Davis. The University of Guelph’s renowned Scottish Studies Collection boasts an outstanding array of Jacobite-related materials that speak to the complexity of the Jacobite movement, the deep divisions it generated, and broad
Archival and Special Collections (A&SC) at the McLaughlin Library invites you to attend the launch of the Truth or Treason? Sources for the Study of the Jacobites exhibit on Monday, April 3 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Robert Whitelaw Room in the library. The launch will include a keynote talk by Dr.
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This conversation invites audiences to tour Art Gallery of Guelph exhibition Under a Star-Filled Sky virtually with artist Jason Lujan and curator Rhéanne Chartrand as they discuss this particular iteration of Lujan’s creative process. Lujan will explore how the exhibition fits the trajectory of his art-making, highlighting how this installation responds to place and collecting
We’ll look at a few of the objects that were discussed over the virtual winter sessions making use of a large telescope and Night Vision hardware that can be used to make very faint objects appear much brighter. The observing event is very much weather dependent so there will be a rain date (or two…).*
Snakes are often misunderstood and maligned. We would love to change the negative perception of these animals by teaching the truth about them. Please join us at this workshop and learn to identify and understand our native Ontario species of snakes. We will cover their habits, ranges and habitats. Live specimens will be available to
The Experiential Learning Development and Recognition team is excited to share that Corey Wood, our part-time staff member for the past year, has kindly agreed to present a final showcase about two key projects she has spearheaded during our time with us. These topics may be of interest to the larger faculty and staff community,
Ponds teem with a diversity of prey and predators that conduct their lives largely unseen below the surface. The online portion of this workshop will introduce you to some of these fascinating animals. The importance of vernal pools will be highlighted. These temporary ponds are crucial to the reproductive success of various creatures including wood
Plein Air painting simply means to paint outside. Learn how to bring your paints outside and create your ideal plein air set up. Candice will talk about art supplies and share tips and tricks from her adventures plein air painting around Ontario. She will also demonstrate her approach to simplifying the landscape quickly and expressively
Plein Air painting, simply means to paint outside. Learn how to bring your paints outside and create your ideal plein air set up. Candice will talk about art supplies and share tips and tricks from her adventures plein air painting around Ontario. She will also demonstrate her approach to simplifying the landscape quickly and expressively
Technology, Pluralism and Inclusiveness in Agriculture, Food, and Environment The School of Environmental Design and Rural Development and Ontario Agriculture College will host the international conference of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE) in Guelph April 26 to 29, 2023. Established in 1984, AIAEE is a leading international professional organization for agricultural