History Haunts: Ghost Stories in Guelph
October 24, 2018
Public event at the Geulph Civic Museum.
Hosted by Guelph Museums
Hi Sya and History Haunts gang,
What a successful evening and a pleasure working with all of you. Ditto to all the kudo you wrote Sya. I know we all had a great time. Thank you everyone for lending your considerable talents to create this fabulous evening.
Perhaps this is something we should continue next year!
Val Harrison | Supervisor-Visitor Experiences, Guelph Museums
Culture, Tourism and Community Investments, City of Guelph
T 519-836-1221 x 2773
Currently Guelph Guild Storytellers (GGS) has two main series during the year. Both are completely accessible. Both are free, although free-will contributions are welcomed to cover operating costs of GGS such as membership in the Canadian Guild, advertising, printing poster/bookmarks, etc. In addition, Guelph businesses enhance the experience in the Enabling Garden with free coffee from Planet Bean and gift coupons for guest tellers from downtown Guelph merchants, The Wooly Pub and the Boathouse.
Tea 'n' Tales
Summer Friday mornings at 10:30, rain or shine, listeners gather to hear stories in the Enabling Garden at Riverside Park. What a sublime setting to listen to stories!
There's excitement and buzz around the successful collaborative project between the Enabling Garden and Guelph Guild of Storytellers. Free-will contributions are shared 50/50 between them.
Another delightful morning spent at Riverside Park with Guelph Storytellers!
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Tales from the Hill
During the non-summer season, on the first Wednesday evening of each month at 7pm, we present Tales from the Hill at the Guelph Civic Museum, 52 Norfolk St. It may feature a guest teller in addition to Guild tellers. Guests are invited to register a telling or participate during the open mic storytelling.