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Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann is a feature writer and reporter who covers community events, businesses, social initiatives, human interest stories and more involving Guelph and Wellington County

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ariel@guelphtoday.com

Recent Work by Ariel

Time for a fall Rural Romp

Time for a fall Rural Romp

Residents get their hands dirty with Trees for Guelph

Residents get their hands dirty with Trees for Guelph

Volunteers gathered at Kortright Hills Natural Area to plant native trees and shrubs during the organization's first fall community planting
Homecoming party on Chancellor's Way

Homecoming party on Chancellor's Way

Local violinist reflects on 1,000 consecutive days of practice

Local violinist reflects on 1,000 consecutive days of practice

'It's going to feel so weird not to practice every single day,' said Walsh
Guelph's Cleo the Clown keeps bringing the smiles

Guelph's Cleo the Clown keeps bringing the smiles

'I'm as exciting as a bouncy castle,' said Jenifer Pettigrew, also known as Cleo the Clown
Guelph artist brings Lady Duff Gordon to life in new book

Guelph artist brings Lady Duff Gordon to life in new book

'It's a Guelph story,' said Laurie McGaw about 'Unsinkable Lucile: How a Farm Girl Became the Queen of Fashion and Survived the Titanic'
Guelph youth behind mental health 'Wellness 4 All' initiative

Guelph youth behind mental health 'Wellness 4 All' initiative

Alexandra Elmslie created the resource while still a student at John F. Ross high school
New connections made in the Ignatius Old-Growth Forest

New connections made in the Ignatius Old-Growth Forest

'We're really trying to build community in the right way and trying to extend what restoration and care for nature can look like'
Royal city resident pays tribute to the late queen in window art

Royal city resident pays tribute to the late queen in window art

'My British ties are special to me,' said Dorothy Amey, the artist behind the tribute
GCAT brings back Bike The Night

GCAT brings back Bike The Night

'I think it's going to be bigger and better this year,' said Laura Brown, vice-president of Guelph Coalition for Active Transportation