Location: Goldie Mill Park, 75 Cardigan St. (rain location: The Boathouse, 116 Gordon St.)
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Description: Description Once upon a time, in almost every city, many rivers flowed. Why did they disappear? How? LOST RIVERS takes us on an adventure down below and across the globe, retracing the history of lost urban rivers by plunging underground with clandestine urban explorers. We search for the disappeared in Montreal, Toronto, London, New York, and Brescia, Italy. Could we see these rivers again? To find the answer, we meet visionary urban thinkers, activists and artists from around the world.

8:00 pm – Gather at Goldie Mills Ruins
Jeremy Shute – The Lost Creeks of Guelph
Elias Garrow – Underground photography
8:45 pm – Screening of `Lost Rivers’
10:00pm – Discussion

This film is a 2010 Green Pitch Winner, Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival Best International Projects Showcase, Sunny Side of the Doc. For more information and to watch the trailer go to: http://rivieresperdues.radio-canada.ca/en/film
This is an open air event. In silent dance party style, CFRU will be transmitting the sound over provided headphones! Bring warm clothing and something comfy to sit on! There are accessible washrooms available for the evening in the Guelph Youth Music Centre.
This event is being organized by OPIRG-Guelph and CFRU 93.3FM. For more information contact Sarah at 519.824.2091 or [email protected].

LOST RIVERS is part of the 2 Rivers Festival, which runs June 9-16. Visit the website http://www.2riversfestival.org/ for more information about the festival’s other upcoming events.
Start Time: 8:00pm
Date: 2013-06-14
End Time: 10:30pm