Guelph Resilience 2015 Community Festival
Bring the whole family for fun, music, kid’s activities, workshops, and lots more!


Be Part of the Festival!

Volunteer! A little or a lot. We need people to help out at the festival: greeters, event coordinators, kitchen volunteers, help with setup and cleanup, and more. Meet some great people, have fun, make a difference!

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Donate! Help us to make this year's festival the best yet! Please join us in our new crowdsourced funding campaign by making a donation to the festival! Helps us build stronger, healthier, more vibrant communities here in our great city!

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What's Coming Up Next?
The schedule is still being developed and more exciting events are being added all the time! Please check back often.
Following the Songlines
When: Friday, March 13 - 8:00 pm
Where: Silence, 46 Essex St, Guelph
Cost: $15 per person or PWYC  

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Inner Transition Events
When: Thursday, March 19 to Saturday, March 28
Where: Various locations - see event description for details
Cost: PWYC, by donation  

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The Great Turning Film and Discussion
When: Thursday, March 19 - 7:00 pm
Where: The Albion
Cost: $10-$20 (sliding scale)

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ecomarket 2015
When: Saturday, March 21 - 10:00 am
Where: Old Quebec Street Mall
Cost: Free

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What's the Resilience Festival all about? What are we celebrating? Learn all about community resilience, Transition Guelph, and the work of dozens of great organizations and businesses in the community!

Meet great people, have fun, and make a difference. Becoming a Resilience 2015 community festival volunteer is the best way to get in on the action. We need greeters, promoters, kitchen help... there are so many ways to be a part of the festivities!

Every little bit you contribute will add to making this year’s festival the best yet! Your small donation will help us spread the word about the fantastic workshops and activities we have planned, and enable us to print and distribute festival guides.

Although there may be limits to our natural resources, our collective creativity is boundless. We all have unique talents, knowledge and skills we use to ensure our community’s ability to endure and thrive. So we want to hear from you!


Presented by:

Transition Guelph
Resilient Guelph 2030


  Celebrating our Community's Achievements, Planning New Ones
 
A Presentation of Transition Guelph
  LGBTTIQQ Positive Space
Indigenous Territory Acknowledgement

The Guelph Resilience Festival takes place on the ancestral land of the Attawandaron/Attawandaronk/Neutral Peoples. The colonial processes by which we came to live on this land were and continue to be to be a great injustice; we recognize that great harm has come to the original peoples of this land through colonization. We strive to be accountable to this in all aspects of our work by fostering positive relationships while challenging destructive ones. We welcome feedback and critique on our efforts.