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The Guelph Fire Department is starting Fire Prevention Week with its Annual Fire Prevention Day this October 4, 2014
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Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington held their fourth annual Shredding Event on Saturday. Over $1,800 was raised.
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City staff are warning Guelph residents of a door to door water treatment systems scam that has been reported
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The Guelph Public Library is raising money to purchase a new $13,900 ViewScan III microfilm scanner reader to to preserve Guelph's heritage
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As part of the emerald ash borer canopy recovery program, the City will be planting trees in the Clairfield West neighbourhood
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The Guelph Public Library has launched the new 3M Cloud Library allowing members to download eBooks onto mobile devices
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The City has released an update on work to be done at the Paisley-Clythe feedermain construction site
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The Guelph Public Library Board is seeking new volunteers to fill several vacancies
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Upcoming Events
October 01, 2014 - Shrub Identification Workshop
Neither great trees nor a carpet of bloom, the often overlooked but ecologically important shrubs and vines in our landscape will be our focus. We will be outdoors for half of the day discovering southern Ontario's native and naturalized shrubs at The Arboretum. 9:00am-4:00pm. Presented by Sean Fox. Fee: $75. Register by September 24. For more information, visit the website.

October 05, 2014 - Brooklyn and the College Hill
historical walking tour. $5 per person. Meet at McCrae House, 108 Water Street, at 2:00pm, lasts about 2 hours. For more info, call 519-836-3280 or visit the Guelph Arts Council office at 147 Wyndham Street North, Suite 404.

October 08, 2014 - Tree Identification Workshop
This program will help you refine your skills at identifying trees in Ontario. The focus will be on learning important identification characteristics. The afternoon will be spent outside, identifying trees in the forest as well as young cultivated trees with their Eurasian counterparts in the World of Trees collection. 9:00am-4:00pm. Presented by Sean Fox. Fee $75. Register by October 1. For more information, visit the website.

October 12, 2014 - Ward One Guelph
historical walking tour. $5 per person. Meet at Tytler School, Toronto Street entrance, at 2:00pm, lasts about 2 hours. For more info, call 519-836-3280 or visit the Guelph Arts Council office at 147 Wyndham Street North, Suite 404.

October 17, 2014 - 8th Annual Giant Used Book Sale
presented by the Friends of the Guelph Public Library. Gently-used books, educational, and entertainment items will be available. Takes place at the former White Rose building at 265 Edinburgh Road North. Free parking, easily accessible via bus. For more information, visit the Friends of the Guelph Public Library site.


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