“A Guelph Story” is a project put together by the Downtown Business Association celebrating Canada 150. It provides a glimpse into the city’s history dating back to confederation with 151-images being installed on downtown street lights.
One image per year over the past 150-years are installed on Norfolk, Wyndham and Quebec Streets and will remain on display until October.
The pictures capture events, achievements, tragedies, personalities, and milestones during those time periods.
You can find detailed descriptions of each banner at at www.Guelph150.ca
The project is funded in part by the City of Guelph and supported by Guelph Museums, the Guelph Public Library, and the Wellington County Museum.