Your Guelph Victoria Day Weekend Guide
Holiday Schedule Cheat Sheet
Whether you're looking to plan ahead for the holiday or you need a last minute carton of milk, we've got you covered. We've compiled a list of what's closed, and where to go instead.
Shopping: Most major retailers are closed for the holiday, including grocery stores, Walmart, and the Stone Road Mall. In a pinch, the Shoppers Drugmart on Eramosa is open M0nday until Midnight. Need to shop? Alexa, search shower curtains on Amazon.
Dining: Most restaurants are open or running reduced hours for the holiday, so give them a call or check their Instagram before you head out of the house hungry! Fast food and drive-thrus are likely open as well. If you are dining out, don't forget to give your server an extra thank you for working on a holiday!
Alcohol: Yes, the LCBO and The Beer Store are both closed on Monday. Grocery store beer aisles and wine shops will also be closed. But we've got an even better idea! Head to one of Guelph's four microbreweries and pick up a 6-pack of the freshest beer in town! Even better, find a patio and sip a cold one in the great outdoors!
Waste Collection will not be operating on Monday and the weekly schedule will be delayed by one day.