Guelph, ON

Ariel Stagni, Byron Ready and Adam Rutherford 

Skateboarding in Downtown Guelph 

“200 years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential, but it was the minds of 11 year olds that could see that potential”       – Craig Stecyk 

Come walk with us for a unique opportunity to see downtown Guelph as skateboarders see it! All are invited to come learn about the rich cultural heritage of street skateboarding in downtown Guelph. 

Wait, there’s a history of skateboarding downtown? Why would people choose to skateboard downtown when the city has provided skateparks?

Please join us Sunday, May 5th at 1-3pm. Look for the skaters and the Jane’s Walk sign, at the entrance to the path next to the old Post Office building at 136 Wyndham St N. Walk will begin at 1pm and is expected to run for 2 hours, finishing at City Hall.

Walk Stories

Walk stories are chronicles of moments, ideas, insights, and images from a Jane’s Walk, curated and submitted by local participants, walk leaders, and city organizers. Want yours to be the first one here? Share your experience with us below.

Did you participate in a Jane’s Walk in this city?