Guelph citizens never cease to amaze me…here’s a great upcoming event for anyone interested in our heritage and why it’s important to try to save what we have left… LP
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2014
at the eBar downtown Guelph (2nd floor Bookshelf)
With music, stories and aerial photographs, archaeologist
and musician David Knight will help celebrate and start a
conversation about the historic Wilson farm.
The fate of the farmhouse has been the subject of heated
debate in Guelph – find a new use for it or demolish it.
David and his band-mates Scott Morrison and Ben
Grossman of the Kazoo musical group will provide the
music and participants will provide the conversation to
explore future possibilities for the farmhouse.
Ben Bradley, project manager of the REEP design team, will
show how the Wilson farmhouse can become a sustainable
Come, join in and discuss your ideas – let’s celebrate the
Wilson farmhouse and explore ways to secure its future.
Presented by the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario. For more information, call Susan Ratcliffe at 519-831-0995.