Calendar

All 2Rivers Festival events are FREE unless otherwise stated and open to everyone to attend. To help us get an idea of numbers, please register for our 2019 events. Event links coming soon.

You can also view or download the full 2019 2Rivers Festival Guide.

  • Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 07:00 PM · 23 rsvps
    Goldie Mill Park in Guelph, ON, Canada

    Tai Chi by the River

    Through the practice of Taoist Tai Chi®arts, you may improve your balance, health, flexibility and wellbeing.  If you would like to learn more, we will meet at Goldie Mill Park where you will receive an introduction to Taoist Tai Chi®arts.  You will be shown the first few moves of the set and then be asked to join in and share in the experience of Taoist Tai Chi®practice in a beautiful park setting by the river.

  • Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 06:00 PM · 8 rsvps
    Royal City Park in Guelph, ON, Canada

    Up the Creek with a Paddle

    Join the Waterloo-Wellington Canoe and Kayak Club for a paddle on the Eramosa. During this paddle, hear about the project called Speed to Sea. Jeremy Shute has been doing a canoe trip (in sections) starting from Guelph, with the goal of getting to the Atlantic. In 2017, we paddled from Guelph to Niagara Falls and this year on to Rochester NY.......

  • Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 01:30 PM · 32 rsvps
    The Covered Bridge York Rd in Guelph, ON, Canada

    Crayfish Catch 2019

    Join an Environmental Educator from the Grand River Conservation Authority and other volunteers as we enter the Speed River in search of crayfish and other aquatic creatures. You’ll learn how to tell the difference between male & female crayfish and find how GRCA uses aquatic creatures to help evaluate water quality in our watershed. Nets and bug containers provided. Wear closed toe water sandals or shoes. No flip flops or bare feet!

  • Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 02:00 PM · 27 rsvps
    Yorklands property in Guelph, ON, Canada

    Discover Nature's Bounty in the City

    Join us to identify some of nature’s inhabitants on land and in water at the former Ontario Reformatory site which could be the Yorklands Green Hub in our future. This planned ecology park has many species of interest and we will have knowledgeable enthusiasts on hand to help you identify them. Bring your cameras or sketch books.