Guelph Family Calendar

Type

Food Truck DInner Series

30-May-2017

16:30:00To20:00:00

577 Willow Rd

Details: Join us for Opening Night at Three Willows United Church - as they kick off a fantastic summer dinner series. Rotating food trucks each week, as we look forward to some delicious street food all summer long. Opening day - Tuesday, May 30 4:30 - 8:00pm 577 Willow Road, Guelph Come for dinner, bring the whole family - walk, bike or stroll down! Open to everyone - no admission - come hungry! New and rotating food trucks each week. Opening night food truck line up: Fo' Cheezy Food Truck Breakfast Blues & BBQs Street Food Sweet Temptations Cupcakery See you Tuesday night!

Presented By: Three Willows United Church

Club Latin Practice

Every Tuesday

519-820-5910

20:30:00To22:00:00

michelle@ballroomclass.ca

26 Eramosa Road, Guelph, ON, N1E 2L3

Details: Drop-in $2.50

Presented By: Ballroom Class

Saultos Drop-in Play Zone Gymnastics

Every Monday

(519) 837-3335

09:30:00To12:30:00

www.guelphsaultos.ca

377 College Road West

Details: With our Camps & Activities Membership children can attend Drop-In Play Zone for only $10 per visit (tax free). To ease the financial burden on parents, siblings get a 50% discount on their visit and children under 13-months are FREE. A young family of three can attend Drop-In Play zone for as little as $15. As soon as your child is crawling they are ready for a trip to our Drop-In Play Zone. Children currently enrolled in a Recreational gymnastics class at Guelph Saultos are entitled to a 50% discount at Drop-In Play Zone. Wow! that’s only $5 for up to three hours of unstructured play in the ultimate fun and safe indoor play centre ($2.50 for enrolled siblings). Please be advised; Drop-In Play Zone is CLOSED on all UGDSB designated Professional Activity Days, Statutory Holidays and Board Designated Holidays.

Presented By: Guelph Saultos Gymnastics

Trillium Waldorf School: Parent and child, birth-1

Every Tuesday

519‑821‑5140

540 Victoria Road North

Details: Our Parent & Child Program is offered to young children from birth until four years of age, attending with a parent, grandparent, or caregiver. Weekly classes are held in a warm and inviting classroom, with small class sizes. Children engage in the program with the security and comfort of a trusted adult nearby, while adults are often able to engage in discussions of child development, family life, and Waldorf Education. An experienced Waldorf Teacher leads the class while supporting the needs of both children and parents. $830 for the entire 34 week school year or can pay for individual sessions (2 fall sessions, 1 winter, 1 spring). Additional siblings and Trillium families have discounts.

Presented By: Trillium Waldorf School

Action Read, family literacy program

Every Tuesday

519-836-2759

09:00:00To11:00:00

www.actionread.com

65 Brant Ave.

Details: The Early Start Family Literacy Program provides free opportunities for parents/caregivers and preschool aged children to engage with each other in early learning activities and to further develop early learning partnerships. The program helps children build the skills that will lead to success at school right from the start. We offer: Story-time, number and language games, songs, rhymes, word play, puzzles and crafts; Nutritious snacks; and Ideas and resources for activities at home. Action Read follows the school calendar so doesn't run programs during holidays, PA days, Christmas and March Break.

Presented By: Action Read

Auden Drop-In, grades 5-8

Every Tuesday

18:00:00To19:30:00

www.gheng.ca

394 Auden Road Community Room

Details: GHENG offers free drop-in programming at the 394 Auden Rd. Community Room. Join us for a fun-filled evening of snack, active games, creative crafts and many more activities! Please fill out the following form before attending program: Youth Program Registration Form If needed, printed copies are available at program.

Presented By: Grange Hill East Neighbourhood Group

GRIP: Girls Reaching Inner Potential

Every Tuesday

16:30:00To18:00:00

www.gheng.ca

394 Auden Road Community Room

Details: Come on out and meet other girls from your community! Come to our safer space to gain positive role modelling, community connections, new friends and have lots of fun. Who: female, trans, and gender nonconforming youth in Grades 5-8. Join us for crafts, games, guest speakers and great discussion in the GHENG Community Room! Snack included. Please fill out the following form before attending program: Youth Program Registration Form If needed, printed copies are available to be filled out at the office.

Presented By: Grange Hill East Neighbourhood Group

G.R.O.W. - Girls Recreation Opportunities and Wellness, ages 12-16

Every Tuesday

519 822-1260 x2678

18:30:00To20:30:00

youth.council@guelph.ca

140 Waverley Drive

Details: G.R.O.W. focuses on physical activity, creativity and self-esteem. Special guests, sports and recreation, art activities, and an opportunity to make new friends. FREE

Presented By: The City of Guelph

Play with Clay Guelph

Every Tuesday

519-826-7529

42 Wyndham St North, Guelph

Details: Play with Clay is an interactive open pottery studio that offers pottery painting along side with fresh clay building.

Presented By: Play With Clay Guelph

The Childrens Art Factory

Every Tuesday

226-500-1544

297 Woolwich Street, Guelph, ON, N1H 3W4

Details: At the Children’s Art Factory we believe…. In the process vs the product Creativity cannot be taught, it can only blossom. And it blossoms through play. In the beautiful mess created by children with the time and agency to bask in the productive joy of their own making. All children are Artists. All children are gifted. Discovering who you are is usually messy and loud but quiet and methodical are just fine too. Every child needs space and materials and the quieting of adult voices to make their own sense of the world. True innovative ART never comes from pre-cut circles and step by step directions. Children do not need to be bothered with learning all the names of every paint color. They just need to paint. Children can create so much more than a painted hand-print. The best way to keep a child safe is to keep a close eye AND give them the world with all its tiny bits and sharp edges. Children deserve space to explore expected and unexpected art and materials before choosing one to master. If you create an environment that fosters creativity, children will do the rest. Germs can be beneficial That children are great teachers. Children have an aesthetic. Children need at least one place where it’s the adults whose bodies aren’t quite the right size. Children would rather tell people about their painting than have it proclaimed nice or good. Children who are deeply engaged in play should not be bothered.

Presented By: The Childrens Art Factory