PROBUS Club of Guelph and District
April Meeting Cancelled
After much consideration and consultation the members of the Management Committee of this club has decided to cancel the April 8th meeting of the club. We look forward to our meeting on May 13.
PROBUS is an association of retired professionals or individuals who join together at autonomous clubs throughout the world.
The basic purpose of a PROBUS Club is to provide regular gatherings for those who, in retirement, appreciate and value opportunities to meet others in similar circumstances and of similar levels of interest.The PROBUS Club of Guelph and District is a combined club with women and men members. We thrive on fellowship and lifelong learning. We hold regular meetings to hear speakers, to discuss current topics and to conduct the Club's business. In addition, we engage in social and cultural activities both locally and out of town.
PROBUS is not a service club. We do not raise funds for charitable causes. We are not political and are non-sectarian.Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month, except July and August.
Dr. Joan Jory– “Nutrition Tips For Optimized Healthy Living Over 60”
Joan Jory has her MSc from the London School of Tropical Medicine, her PhD from the University of Guelph, and her graduate internship from McMaster University. She has been in clinical practice for nearly 20 years, and currently teaches at both the University of Guelph and the University of Toronto.
Kiel and Amanda Wilson-Ciocci
KIAM Studio Artists in Residence and Owners of Art in The Ward shared their love for art and teaching and their passion to collaborate and connect with the Guelph community through the Artist in Residence project for the City of Guelph - 6 paintings representing the 6 Wards of Guelph. They hold classes, workshops, kids’ camps, and events in their KIAM Studio in the Ward.
Roderick Benns - Citizenship, Leadership, and Canada’s Prime Ministers.”
Roderick is an award-winning author and journalist who has interviewed former Prime Ministers of Canada, Ministers, and Senators. He is a sought-after speaker on Canada’s history and its leaders, and on Canada’s social policy landscape. This presentation will move across history and touch on many of our Prime Ministers - their successes, failures, and lighter moments.