Friday, October 29, 2010

Blog Guelph: Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!, originally uploaded by kim/ber.

Well boo to you!!

Today's photo selection is a fall bonanza of fabulous images - please take your time, click the pics and - heck - leave adoring comments about what you like. We'll blush with pleasure.

I've got a whack of musical links to share with you - just in case you needed to get tuned up! Here are three great choices for Saturday October 30th.

For the do-it-yourselfers why not join the Singalong with Sam and Jane at 8 PM @ Ashuré's Restaurant at 259 Grange Road.

Home Routes Concerts Presents... Ariana Gillis and David Gillis at 8 pm at 122 Harris St. (Guelph Unitarian Congregation building). Contact Jennifer to reserve your tickets: jenerick@golden.net.

The Guelph Youth Singers invites you to help celebrate its 20th anniversary and the 100th birthday of Canadian artist, Doris McCarthy, in a concert titled Of Icebergs and Angels’ Wings at 7:30 pm at Guelph’s River Run Centre.

Next weekend the lovely JUDE VADALA is hosting her much anticipated CD RELEASE CONCERT at Guelph Little Theatre at 176 Morris Street. Partial proceeds to the “Steve Potter Gift of Music”.

Please keep scrolling on down. I have posted a great "How to make a Halloween Skeleton Bread" video by Guelph's own Martha Stewart - Eve Geisler of Eve's Little Earthlings. Very scary and yet frightfully delicious.

Right then.

Carry on - with a song in your heart and a trick or treat!

Sue Richards

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