Â Exhibitions at Guelph Civic MuseumÂ
Deck the Halls: A Victorian Christmas
November 22 to January 12
Come into our parlour to experience the sights, sounds and activities of Christmases long ago.
The University of Guelph: 50 Years of Building a Better Planet
December 20 to July 1
To mark the Universityâ€™s 50th anniversary, students have curated this exhibition highlighting some of the outstanding contributions U of G has made to improving lives in our community and around the world.
Opening reception: Saturday, January 4, 2:00 to 4:00 pm
View from the Hill and Beyond
January 17 to April 6
This show celebrates the connection that five local artists — Scott Abbott, Laura Coutts, Leslie Miles, Janet Ollers and Kathleen Schmalz — have with their city.
Opening reception: Friday, January 17, 7:00 to 9:00 pm
In our cases:Â
Â The Magic of Guelphâ€™s Cinema History
Until January 5
Â FACETS: Explorations by the Grand River Bead Society
Until January 26
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Till Death Do Us Part: Mourning Rituals
Until March 30
Bedazzling Beadwork Bags
Until January 27
December/January – Guelph Paper Box Company
February/March – Kloepfer Coal
Â Guelph Curling Club: Part of Guelphâ€™s History for 175 Years
January 10 to March 2
P.S. I Love You: Themes of Love from the Museumâ€™s Collection
January 10 to July 20Â
Itâ€™s Tea Time: Tea Pots, Sugar Bowls and Creamers from the Museumâ€™s Collection
January 31 to June 1
In the Permanent Exhibition Galleries
Â Â The Royal City Families Gallery -Â An interactive gallery for all ages that explores Guelphâ€™s history and its place in the world.
Growing Guelph Gallery and City Gallery -Â What makes Guelph unique and what are our stories?
The Loretto Gallery -Â The story of the Convent and the Sisters of the Loretto