HOPE House presents

HOPE in the Street

Annual gastropub styled event that occurs in downtown Guelph.
In 2020, it was a virtual event called HOPE in the Stream.
stay tuned for details on the 2021 event!     

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HOPE in the  Street

Last years event was renamed HOPE In the Stream, as we took the event virtual!     

What is generally an outdoor gastropub styled event, has been transitioned to a virtually hosted event; and has been re-named HOPE in the Stream! We invite the community to get comfy, and enjoy an evening of music and other entertainment – as we bring the community together one screen at a time. 

DATE September 25th from 6pm-11pm

WHERE TO STREAM Live from ONYX Nightclub

Line-Up 6 different entertainment acts!

EVENT SCHEDULE

We have an amazing line-up of musical talents, and other acts geared towards all! 

Take a peek below so you don't miss out on any of these amazing acts!    

Bringing HOPE to the Community

  • HOPE in the Stream 2020
  • HOPE in the Street 2021
  • September 25 2020
  • 06:00pm Event Kickoff! 

    Get comfy as the evening begins with our wonderful emcee Sean starting the night off!

    06:10pm Children's Entertainment - Scott Dietrich w/ Mrs. Galaxy Canada

    Join us for some fun and magic - designed for the whole famiily!

    Scott Dietrich w/ Mrs. Galaxy Canada
    06:30pm Children's Entertainment - Kat Chabot

    With an earthy vibe and calm demeanor, Kat Chabot brings a new quality to guitar-based folk in the 21st C. Her experimental tunings often serve the fundamental vibration of the instrument, while lyrics delve deeply into the essence of her Northern-Ontario mindset. 

    Spending her youth working in a greenhouse, and growing up in a family band covering mostly RUSH and Journey songs; Kat feels most at home outside or onstage. 

     With her fingerstyle picking and smooth-as-silk vocal quality, audiences are mesmerized by each story Kat weaves. A typically noisy room often falls silent early in the set, as listeners tune into the magic of the performance. 

    From showcasing at the Horseshoe Tavern performing with 3 uniquely tuned guitars, to recording live as a guest with Survivor Man Les Stroud’s band, and singing the Canadian anthem during the Vermont Expos Baseball game; her motivation and investment in mastering her craft is evident from the outset. 

     You can catch Kat Chabot performing all over Ontario Farmer’s Markets, local festivals, bars and restaurants, either performing solo, or with Cardinal Street – a five-piece rock band. Listen to Kat’s guest appearance on the Uncover the Music podcast to find out more.

    Kat Chabot
    07:00pm Musical Act - Madison Galloway

    “PURE ENERGY AND ROOTSY BLUES SASS” – MusicOntario 

    Madison Galloway is an emerging voice in Canadian roots music hailing from small town Fergus, Ontario. With her refreshing original tunes and signature blend of folk, rock and blues, she takes the stage with her soulful voice, guitar and harmonica, driven by Carmelo Papazoglou on drums in a high-energy show! Performing at prominent festivals including Mariposa Folk Festival, Riverfest Elora and RBC Bluesfest and sharing the stage with renowned artists such as 54-40, Ron Hawkins (Lowest of the Low), Tyler Shaw, and Colter Wall, she’s making a name for herself as a must-see act. And with Madison’s first, critically acclaimed full-length album “Moon & Mercury” out now, she’s just getting started!

    Madison Galloway
    07:50pm Musical Act - Excuse Me!

    Excuse Me. is Adam Kuhrt, Aleks Liskauskas, Dylan Creed, Heyden Reay, and Jo Seymour; a five-piece independent alternative rock group from Guelph, Ontario. 

    The band’s contemporary sound is the result of five distinct musical backgrounds. 

    They draw upon past experiences to bring unique stories to life; stories are meant to help the audience, as well as themselves, in navigating this chaotic modern world. t

    Excuse Me!
    08:50pm Musical Act - Band of People

    Band of People is a social justice music group based out of Toronto, Canada. Formed in 2016 by soul singer Shane Philips and jazz bassist Dylan White, BOP is experiential and experimental combining electronic music, soul and rock and roll. It exists as a musical cooperative that stands for social justice and the people of this planet to fight corporate greed and human inequality.

    Band of People
    10:00pm Virtual Dance Party w/ DJ S-One Live from ONYX Nightclub

    S-ONE aka DJ S-ONE is one of the most talented up and coming Dj's in Canada. 

    DJ S-One Live from ONYX Nightclub
  • Date TBA

Entertainment

 

Madison Galloway


Excuse Me


Band of People


Digawolf


Kat Chabot


Scott Dietrich w/ Mrs. Galaxy Canada   


HOPE in the street box      

A vital part of HOPE In The Street is the amazing food vendors that come together
to helpcelebrate and embrace the community.  

This year, we want to bring these flavours to you! 
By purchasing a "HITS Box" you are supporting the local food & drink vendors
that you would normally find at the "in-person" event.

What's Inside?

We are excited to collaborate with GuelphBOX to make the ultimate experience box for this years event! Filled with everything you need to enjoy the event while in the comfort of your home.
Order yours today before they sell out by clicking the photo!

The HITS Experience Box includes 2 entrees of your choice, 2 drinks from Laza, a cocktail mix from Gin Mill, delicious cupcakes from Decadently Yours and MORE!

Thank you to our vendors below!

  • Royal Electric 
  • SUGO on Surrey
  • Pressed for Time Paninis
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  • Decadently Yours
  • GIN Mill Guelph
  • Laza Food & Beverage
  • and more!

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Bigup to Our Sponsors

  

Sleeman


Halwell Mutual


Jeffrey & Spence


HOPE Sponsors


For the Kids Sponsors


Compassion Sponsors


DIGNITY Sponsors


Gift In Kind Sponsors


Contact Info

 

10 Cork Street East Guelph, ON N1H 2W8



Phone: (519)265-4299
Email : info@hopeinthestreet.ca

Frequently asked questions

Some frequently asked questions for you.

WHAT IS HOPE HOUSE?

Providing tangible, compassionate assistance and care to those in the Guelph community through immediate relief and ongoing support with the goal of a greater level of independence.

WHAT DOES HOPE HOUSE DO? 

HOPE House operates and advocates on the belief that poverty, food insecurity, inequality, health and community are all interconnected. We offer services and programs that challenge the stigmas surrounding poverty and allow our community members to maintain their dignity and choice, while simultaneously providing them with tactile skills developed in a community environment; it is not about a hand-out but rather offering people a hand-up, creating long-term skills that facilitate self-sufficiency.

WHERE IS HOPE HOUSE?

HOPE House is located in the Guelph downtown core at 10 Cork St. East, which enables us to meet many of the inner city needs. With 18,000 square feet of usable space, HOPE House is a significant care centre in the Guelph community. Our facilities include a large gymnasium, a large auditorium/cafe, two kitchens and many offices and meeting rooms. An accessible entrance and elevator are located at our Church Lane entrance.

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