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      • Parks (10)
      • Guelph, Canada (15)
      • Outdoors & Recreation (2)
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      Sleeman CentreDecember 12, 2011
      Hockey
      • Guelph, Canada

      Receive $5 off any purchase over $50, or $10 off any purchase of $100 or more at any Food and Beverage location at Sleeman Centre - does not include The Candy Counter.

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      Sleeman CentreAugust 10, 2011
      Hockey
      • Guelph, Canada

      Receive $5 off any purchase over $50, or $10 off any purchase of $100 or more at any Food and Beverage location at Sleeman Centre - does not include The Candy Counter.

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      Goldie Mill ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Guelph, Canada

      Did you know the ruins can be reserved for performances or other events. For more information call 519-837-5678

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      York Road ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Guelph, Canada

      The Timber Bridge is a gateway to the park.It's located at the confluence of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers.

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      Sleeman ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Baseball Field
      • Guelph, Canada

      Named after George Sleeman, owner of Guelph’s Springbank Brewery, builder of the Guelph Street Railway, former Mayor and director of Guelph Junction Railway.

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      Mico Valeriote ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Playground
      • Canada

      The park was established in 1973 when the City acquired the land from the Iacocca family. The park was named in honour of Mico Valeriote who served as a dedicated and long time Alderman.

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      Margaret Green ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Guelph, Canada

      Leash free zone located west of St. Peter’s School, don't forget to stoop and scoop!

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      Lyons ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Uncategorized
      • Guelph, Canada

      In 1908 the park was donated by John Walter Lyon. The donation of the park was under the condition that the City would spend $250/yr for 10 yrs to develop the park & Mr. Lyon would match the funding

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      John Gamble Park (Hydro Corridor)August 3, 2011
      Dog Run
      • Guelph, Canada

      Leash free zone located south of the access road leading to Shadybrook Cr. Don't forget to stoop and scoop!

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      Howitt ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Guelph, Canada

      John Howitt was the first president of the Guelph Agricultural Society. His brother Henry’s widow, Jane, owned part of the present park property.Her son Charles helped form the Guelph Radial Railway.

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      Crane ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Dog Run
      • Canada

      Don't forget to stoop and scoop!

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      Bullfrog ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Uncategorized
      • Guelph, Canada

      Bullfrog Park is the site of a former wetland. The pond that was originally on the site was estimated to be 1000ft long by 880ft wide. Bullfrogs were the pond’s most popular inhabitants.

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      Guelph Police ServicesAugust 3, 2011
      Government
      • Guelph, Canada

      Guelph's police force had Canada's first municipal motorcycle patrol. Chief Ted Lamb brought back an army motorcycle he used during the First World War.

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      McCrae HouseAugust 3, 2011
      Museum
      • Guelph, Canada

      Colonel John McCrae, who wrote the poem "In Flanders Fields" was born and raised in Guelph.

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      Exhibition ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Guelph, Canada

      Established in 1871, the land was purchased by the City for its annual exhibition. The park included a horse race track, exhibition building and livestock sheds. Later additions included a bandstand a

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      Norm Jary ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Guelph, Canada

      The park was established in 1968, then named after Guelph’s long-serving former Mayor in 2000.

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      Eramosa River ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Canada

      Don't forget to stoop and scoop!

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      Riverside ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Guelph, Canada

      Take your dog for a run at the leash free zone located on the east side of the Speed River.

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      West End Community CentreAugust 3, 2011
      Skating Rink
      • Guelph, Canada

      Cool down at the free splash pad, June 30-Sept 5.

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      Heritage ParkAugust 3, 2011
      Park
      • Guelph, Canada

      The park was originally called the Allan’s Mill Park but was later renamed the Heritage Park as part of Guelph’s sesquicentennial celebrations.

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