• Old buildings on a dirt road in Fanshawe Pioneer Village

      • Location:

        Fanshawe Pioneer Village
        1424 Clarke Road
        London, Ontario  N5X 4A1

      • Event Time:

        10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


      General Admission

      Remember the past, by joining together today!

      On August 1st of 1834, the Slavery Abolition Act came into effect for the British Empire. In Canada, communities began holding Emancipation Day events to commemorate the day. In London Ontario, these celebrations often included parades around the core of the city.

      Join us this year at 1 PM to take part in a parade around the Village grounds and presentations about London's rich Black History.

      Partnered with W.E.A.N and the London Black History Coordinating Committee

      Guests at the Village

      Bahamian Junkanoo Group

      London Community Children’s Gospel Choir

      London Gospel Choir

      London Police Services

      Ebony’s Pink Lemonade

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