Monday, September 19, 2011

Blog Guelph: I'm going to have to take this urine sample back to the lab for some additional analysis

Greetings Groovy Guelphites.

Should you be feeling artsy this week, you might be interested in attending This Side of Light on Thursday September 22 or Friday the 23 @ 8 PM in Goldie Mill (Behind the Guelph Youth Music Centre) at 75 Cardigan St., Guelph.

This Side of Light is an intimate, site-specific, full-length work by our very own Janet Johnson - choreographer extraordinaire - inspired by the role that light plays in our lives.
Featuring dance artists
Robert Kingsbury
Susan Lee
Lisa Prebianca
Lynette Segal
Kelly Steadman
Tanya Williams

And musicians
James Gordon (recorded) & Louisa Krafka (live)

And light
Fred Hunsberger

Guelph Contemporary Dance Festival
$15 at door & GCDF office, 123 Woolwich St.
Children under 12 free
Bring your own blanket & mug (hot cider served)

It's been a while since our friend Ryder graced our posts - but here she is stylin' with her coke bottle glasses. Who'sa good dog......

Other smile inducing images below. Do go for a scroll.

Sue Richards

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