Programs and Activities


Fall and winter programs

Download the Guelph Community Guide or pick it up at several locations in Guelph, including community and recreation centres.

To view fall and winter leisure and recreation programs in an accessible format visit

Registration began Wednesday, August 26 at 7:30 a.m.


Community Guide pickup locations
Location Address
Arista Dental Centre 2-1460 Gordon Street
Athletic Centre East Ring Road
Brant Avenue Neighbourhood Group Friendship Place, 35 Algonquin Road
Canadian Blood Services Blood Donor Clinic 130 Silvercreek Parkway North
Canadian Mental Health Association 147 Wyndham Street North
Canadian Red Cross Society Guelph-Wellington Branch 257 Woodlawn Road West, Unit 101
Centennial Pool 289 College Avenue West
City Hall (Service Guelph / Tourism) 1 Carden Street
Community Care Access Centre 450 Speedvale West
Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning 460 Speedvale Avenue West
Continuing Education (old Brock Road P.S.) 1428 Gordon Street
County of Wellington 138 Wyndham Street
County of Wellington-Child Care 21 Douglas Street
County of Wellington-Ontario Works 129 Wyndham Street North (Old Post Office)
Dr. William Tang 300 Willow Road, Suite 101
East Wellington Community Services 106 Church Street
Evergreen Seniors Community Centre 683 Woolwich Street
Family and Children Services of Guelph 275 Eramosa Road
Family Dental Centre 1482 Gordon Street
Grange Hill East Neighbourhood Group Ken Danby Public School, 525 Grange Road
Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk Street
Guelph Community Health Centre 176 Wyndham Street North
Guelph Denture Clinic 15 Paisley Street
Guelph General Hospital – Bariatric Clinic 125 Delhi Street
Guelph Humane Society 500 Wellington Street West
Guelph Mercury 8-14 Macdonnel Street
Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition 10 Carden Street
Guelph Pottery Centre 50 Municipal Street
Guelph Public Library (Bullfrog Mall Branch) 380 Eramosa Road
Guelph Public Library (East Side Branch) 1 Starwood Drive
Guelph Public Library (Main Branch) 100 Norfolk Street
Guelph Public Library (Scottsdale Centre Branch) 650 Scottsdale Drive
Guelph Public Library (West End Branch) 21 Imperial Road South
Guelph Public Library (Westminster Square Branch) 100-31 Farley Drive
Guelph Transit 170 Watson Road South
Guelph Youth Music Centre 75 Cardigan Street
Guelph-Eramosa Township 8348 Wellington Road #124
Kortright Hills Neighbourhood Group Back of Kortright Hills Public School, 23 Ptarmigan Drive
Lyon Pool 299 York Road Lyon Park
Ontario Works 129 Wyndham Street  North
Onward Willow Better Beginnings Shelldale Community Centre, 20 Shelldale Crescent
River Run Centre 35 Woolwich Street
South End Dental 750 Gordon Street
St. George’s Centre 21 King Street
Two Rivers Neighbourhood Group Tytler Public School (in the lower level), 131 Ontario Street
University of Guelph Child-Care and Learning Centre 50 Stone Road East
Upper Grand District School Board 500 Victoria Road North
Victoria Road Recreation Centre 151 Victoria Road North
Volunteer Centre of Guelph-Wellington 46 Cork Street East
Waste Resource Innovation Centre (Wet-Dry) 110 Dunlop Drive
Waverley Neighbourhood Group Waverly Drive Public School, (Room 9), 140 WaverleyDrive
Wellington Catholic School Board 75 Woolwich Street
Wellington County Public Library (Marden Branch) 7368 Wellington Road 30
Wellington County Public Library (Rockwood Branch) 85 Christie Street
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health 160 Chancellors Way
West End Community Centre 21 Imperial Road South
West Willow Woods Neighbourhood Group Westwood Public School, Portable #1, 495 Willow Road
Woolwich Denture Clinic 630 Woolwich Street
Zehrs 800 Tower Street South
Zehrs-Eramosa 297 Eramosa Road
Zehrs-Hartsland Hartsland Market Square, 160 Kortright Road
Zehrs-Imperial 1045 Paisley Road
Three easy ways to register

You’ll need a credit card and your client and family PIN numbers (get these from any recreation facility before registration).

By phone

Call 519-837-5699 during regular business hours.

TTY 519-826-9771

Get noticed! Advertise in the spring/summer 2015 Guelph Community Guide.

The Guelph Community Guide is the City of Guelph’s official listing of recreation, leisure and cultural programs and events.

Why advertise in the Guelph Community Guide?

  • Residents love it! City of Guelph recreation programs are in high demand
  • Targets all age groups in the city – families, seniors, adults, and youth
  • Covers a variety of interests – sports, recreation, health, fitness, crafts, arts and culture
  • Each edition has a six month shelf life
  • Exceptional value for your advertising dollars

Shelf life, circulation and distribution

Two editions of the Guide are published each year – a spring/summer edition every March and a fall/winter edition every August. The shelf life for each publication is six months.

The Guelph Community Guide is delivered to high traffic locations throughout the city including all community centres, libraries, City of Guelph facilities and select locations in Rockwood and Fergus.

Ad rates and dimensions. (All ads are full colour)
Location or size



Outside back cover

$1,640 + HST

Live area 7.375 x 9.875 inches
Trim 8.125 x 10.625 inches
Bleed 8.375 x 10.875 inches
Inside front cover
or back cover

$1,455 + HST

Live area 7.375 x 9.875 inches
Trim 8.125 x 10.625 inches
Bleed 8.375 x 10.875 inches
Full page

$1,095 + HST

Live area 7.375 x 9.875 inches
Trim 8.125 x 10.625 inches
Bleed 8.375 x 10.875 inches
1/2 page horizontal $610 + HST 7.375 x 4.8125 inches
1/3 page horizontal $425 + HST 7.375 x 3.1667 inches
1/4 page vertical $325 + HST 3.5625 x 4.8125 inches
1/8 page horizontal $185 + HST 3.5625” x 2.2813”

Non-profit organizations with a charitable registration number receive a 15 per cent discount on ad rates.

Spring/summer 2015 ad deadlines

Reservation: December 12, 2014
Artwork: January 9, 2015

To advertise contact

Prism Studios Advertising and Design
Glenn Knight