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Our last Multicultural Sunday at the Market is happening this Sunday, October 22nd! There will be live music, food vendors and artisan vendors showcasing different cultures from around the world! You won’t want to miss out on all the delicious eats and dancing on rotary square!
HOLLY JOLLY HOLIDAY MARKET 2023 Our Holly Jolly Holiday Market was a huge success in 2022 and we want to do it again this year! We are so grateful for the support and community engagement for our first indoor & outdoor Holly Jolly. There were so many highlights of Holly Jolly, from crafts to cocktails, hot chocolate to horse rides, local music to Miss. T The Bubble Queen, there was truly something for everyone. Activations/Attractions Huge Christmas Tree on the Market Square Hot Chocolate Station Gift Wrapping Station Outdoor food vendors Beer/ Christmas cocktail garden from Olive R Twists Workshops (cookie decorating, crafts, etc) Light shows/displays LED Lounge + Swings Fire Pits Live Music (inside & outside) Live Entertainment (Splash & Boots, and more) Santa’s House – take a picture with Santa! Vendor huts (outside) Sleigh Rides - Sat. Nov 25 5pm-9pm - Sat. Dec 2 5pm-9pm - Sat. Dec 9 5pm-9pm - Sun. Dec. 10 1pm-5pm - Sat. Dec 16 5pm-9pm - Sun. Dec 17 1pm-5pm DATES & TIMES Week One Fri. Nov. 24 Indoor 12pm-7pm Outdoor 12pm-10pm *lighting of the lights at Victoria Park Sat. Nov. 25 Indoor 10am-7pm Outdoor 10am-9pm Sun. Nov 26 Inside / Outside 11am-5pm Week Two Fri. Dec. 1 Indoor 12pm-7pm Outdoor 12pm-9pm Sat. Dec. 2 Indoor 10am-7pm Outdoor 10am-9pm Sun. Dec. 3 Inside / Outside 11am-5pm Week Three Fri. Dec. 8 Indoor 12pm-7pm Outdoor 12pm-9pm Sat. Dec. 9 Indoor 10am-7pm Outdoor 10am-9pm Sun. Dec. 10 Inside / Outside 11am-5pm Week Four Fri. Dec. 15 Indoor 12pm-7pm Outdoor 12pm-9pm Sat. Dec. 16 Indoor 10am-7pm Outdoor 10am-9pm Sun. Dec. 17 Inside / Outside 11am-5pm
Get a chance to come out and learn how to wrap your very own Kokedama! During this workshop, we will go over the history and origin of Kokedama, how to prepare a plant for wrapping, as well as how to bind and maintain your very own Kokedama-style planter. You will leave not only with your own moss ball but the tools and knowledge to wrap and rewrap Kokedama to your heart’s desire! This is an in-person workshop located at the Covent Garden Market. We will be hosting the class inside the Market Kitchen located in the Upper Mezzanine. Click HERE to register! Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Location: UPSTAIRS; MARKET KITCHEN Cost: $50
FALL FOOD FEST is BACK! Our annual celebration of food, fall, and community is back again! Growing Chefs will be at Market Saturday, October 28th to host a wonderful variety of fall food activities! - Pie Contest - Apple Tasting - Fresh Pressed Cider - Pumpkin Bowling - Gourd Tic Tac Toe - Gourd Checkers - Live Music And more! Find the Fall Food Fest out on the square from 10am to 1pm along with the Outdoor Farmers’ Market! Let’s celebrate food, friends! This event is free for all, but please consider making a donation to Growing Chefs♥? Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Location: COVENT GARDEN MARKET CANADA Time: FREE
Dust off those costumes and get ready for treats! Sunday, October 29th, celebrate the spooky season at the Market from 12pm to 3pm! You’ll find: - 100 FREE TREAT BAGS and cookies for kids dressed in their best costumes! ?? - Candy and Chocolate for the kids - Face Painting + Glitter Tattoos from Team Dotsy - Bouncy Castle - Live music from Tara Dunphy & Larry Smith - A pump-tastic photo opportunity with our spooky skeleton friend ?? Time: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: UPSTAIRS MEZZANINE Cost: FREE
Kick off your holiday celebrations with The McAuley Boys and London Symphonia conducted by our own Scott Good. Enjoy the smooth, sweet R&B vocals of London’s legendary McAuley Boys quartet singing popular seasonal favorites. Experience the joy and wonder of the holidays with music from The Nutcracker, A Ceremony of Carols, Eric Whitacre’s Glow and more performed by London Symphonia and sung by the choirs of Metropolitan United Church.
Looking to catch a performance or an immersive theatrical experience? You’re in luck! London, Ontario has a vibrant and well-established theatre scene. Professional theatre is an important part of our city’s cultural fabric along with the city’s dynamic community theatre scene. With the variety of options available, you can catch a production almost any time of year!
Join Londoners in their long-standing enjoyment for brewing pots of fairly traded, environmentally responsible and ethically sourced beverages. These brews of small-batch specialty bean coffee and quality loose-leaf, single-origin tea are available at coffeehouses, tea lounges, restaurants and culinary retailers in and around London, Ontario.
The Old East Village (OEV) is located in London’s Core Area. Surrounded by a beautiful heritage neighbourhood, OEV’s commercial district stretches along Dundas Street between Adelaide and Charlotte and beyond.
Get to know some of the indie businesses and producers of hand-crafted, small-batches, made-in-London, Ontario, foods that are easily found while exploring the city’s food scene.
If you are looking for some things to do outside of London, Ontario, learn more about some suggested nearby cities and towns that are worth a visit.
What is now known as the City of London, was founded in 1826. However, oral history and archeological records show that the London region has been inhabited for over 10,000 years. Some of the Indigenous peoples who have continuously called this region home include the Anishnaabeg, Haudenosaunee, and Lenni-Lenape Nations.
London, Ontario is centrally located within Southwestern Ontario. It is easily accessible and has a variety of transportation options that will bring you into the city!
Start planning your trip to London, ON with Tourism London's official guides, including London's visitor guide, breweries & distilleries guide, helpful maps, where to find souvenirs, gift options and more.
Welcome to London, Ontario, Canada! Let us give you a few ideas about what to see on your first visit to our wonderful city. From markets, restaurants, theatres, museums, nature and local stores and goodies!
Escape the city and spend some time in the fresh farm air at nearby spots that will be fun for the whole family!
Located in Oakridge, Sifton Bog is close to one of London's popular local markets - Remark Fresh Markets. This natural gem has a meandering boardwalk that leads to a platform extending into Redmond's Pond. If you need a quick shot of nature, this is the place to see it!