We at THINC Lab hosted two Wikipedia Edit-a-thons for International Women’s Day 2017 and 2018. They were popular events, and useful ways of getting people engaged with technology. It wasn’t until DLF 2018 and seeing Anasuya Sengupta’s fabulous keynote, however, that I decided I could be doing more to help diversify the online, publicly created encyclopedia project. In Winter 2019 I started hosting monthly Wiki-a-thons for the Guelph community. We started with a focus on Guelph History, then moved to Black history for February, and Women’s history for March. It’s been slow-going at first, but I hope to continue these events in the fall, and to start working with undergraduate classes at Guelph as well. I’ve had the pleasure of working with some of the great folks at McLaughlin Library, including Dave Hudson, Meg Ecclestone, Helen Salmon, and Jennifer Oldham. If you are at the University of Guelph and are interested in this initiative, please get in touch!