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    Summerside Canada Day 2024- London, Ontario

    Local Options Vendor Fairs has been invited to partner once again with the Summerside Community Club for the Summerside Community Club Canada Day 2024 event, on Sunday, June 30th from 4:00-10:30 pm at Meadowgate Park in London Ontario- 1165 Darnley Blvd, London, On N6M 1M4. Eat & shop 60+ talented vendors, food trucks, face painting, bouncy castles, music and fireworks at dark

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    The Dark Fae Market

    You are invited to attend a night full of magic and wonder at our fantastic fairy soirée themed market! On Saturday June 8th the halls of the Komoka Community Centre shall be filled with 63 whimsical local fae vendors selling their goods to fellow witches, wizards and fae folk alike! Come dressed as your favourite fae and venture to our fairy themed mocktail bar! We welcome you to a night of magic and fantasy at our Dark Fae Market!

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    Alzheimer's Stories - Chor Amica

    Chor Amica presents: ALZHEIMER'S STORIES by Robert Cohen Saturday, June 1st, 2024, 7:30 PM Pre-concert talk at 7:15 PM Oakridge Presbyterian Church A powerful recent work for choir and instrumental ensemble, Alzheimer’s Stories is based on testimonials from people living with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers. American composer Robert Cohen and librettist Herschel Garfein create a poignant meditation on the impact of Alzheimer’s on individuals and families around the world. The piece has received over 50 performances since its premiere in 2009 and Chor Amica, one of London's leading chamber choirs, is excited to bring it to London audiences. The concert is approximately 80 minutes in length (no intermission) and also includes other choral works on themes of hope and healing. We are grateful to be partnering with Alzheimer’s Society Southwest Partners and the Western University Centre for Brain and Mind on this concert. Dr. Jessica Grahn will give a pre-concert talk at 7:15 PM on the emerging science of how music is helping those with dementia and other degenerative neurological conditions. Tickets are available online at or at the door. This concert is made possible through the generous support of the London Arts Council and the Ontario Arts Council.

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    Public Astronomy Lecture

    Join us to hear how the exploration by missions like the Mars rovers is helping us to understand processes on the thousands of planets that we have now discovered, providing us with a celestial Rosetta stone across the cosmos. This free public lecture is aimed at a general audience, and is held as part of the Canadian Association of Physicists 2024 Congress, hosted at Western University by the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Our speaker John E Moores is the York Research Chair in Space Exploration and the Science Advisor to the President of the Canadian Space Agency. The contributions of his research group to robotic space exploration have been recognized with sixteen NASA group achievement awards. His first popular science book, Daydreaming in the Solar System, co-authored with colleague Jesse Rogerson, will be published by the MIT Press in October.

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    Middle River Music Fest

    Join us on August 24th, 2024, for Middle River Music Fest. A single-day, family-friendly, and eco-friendly music festival on our organic farm, Common Ground Farm just outside of St. Thomas, ON. For four years, our festival has brought our St. Thomas and London communities together for a day of music and family fun at an affordable cost. Musicians need a stage to perform on and an engaged audience to perform to. That is what we provide at Middle River Music Fest. We partner with Anova women's shelters in London and the YWCA in St. Thomas. Proceeds from our event are distributed back to the London and St. Thomas communities. You've probably seen our vegetable van driving around London, delivering our produce to over 100 homes across the city. Or maybe you've chatted with our farmers at the Western Fair Market over the past decade. On August 24th, you can spend the day on our farm surrounded by trees, fields of vegetables, and good vibes. Here's what you can expect: 5 Bands Special guests Food vendors Flower maze Kids activities Late night DJ And more! Kids 12 and under are free. Early bird tickets are $25 until June 15th and then $35 until August 24th. Follow us @middlerivermusicfest and check us out at for more information. We hope to see you on our farm on August 24th this year. You don't want to miss this.

  • Picture unveils famous restaurants in Hamilton Road area in London such as Casa Cubana, Rei Dos Leitoes and murals.


    Hamilton Road BIA's Carnevale

    Hamilton Road BIA is hosting their first ever Carnevale! come on down to Hamilton Road on Sunday June 16, 2024, from 11 AM - 5 PM! There will be lots of live music, cultural foods, collectible cars, diverse vendors, & activities that the whole family can enjoy! 

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    Raise a Glass in London, Ontario

    Enjoy the tastes and subtleties of the local craft beer and distillery phenomenon. There are a number of beloved, locally-owned small-batch brewers and distilleries dedicated to making exceptional craft beer and cocktails, right here in our neck-of-the-woods. Beer lovers and spirits enthusiasts can find everything from signature brews, artisanal craft beers one of a kind cocktails to seasonal flavours that pay homage to the hard work and wisdom of our local farmers. 

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    London's Theatre Scene

    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!

  • A young girl about to go down a large water slide on a hot summer day at East Park in London, Ontario


    Family Fun in London: Spring/Summer

    Looking for fun things to do with your kids in London, Ontario this Spring and Summer? Find the best attractions and activities for your family to enjoy. From trampoline parks, indoor activities, outdoor fun, amusement parks, bowling, go karting and more.

  • Two people observing various ceramics at Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery  locate din London, Ontario


    A Work of Art: London Ontario's Gallery Scene

    For decades, London’s art community has drawn the attention of visitors for its spirited and vibrant community of artists and art galleries. Read on for a short-list of a wide range of local art galleries, from the edgy to the refined.

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    Made in London, Ontario: Small-Batch Coffee, Single Origin Teas and Craft Beverages

    Join Londoners in their long-standing enjoyment for brewing pots of fairly traded, environmentally responsible and ethically sourced beverages.

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    Neighbourhood Spotlight: Old East Village

    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.

  • A person about to eat a pastry called a 'cruffin' from Black Walnut Bakery Café located in London, Ontario


    Made in London, Ontario: Small-Batch & Made-from-Scratch Foods

    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.

  • Portrait of John Graves Simcoe, 1752-1806 - painted by Mosnier, Jean Laurent in 1791


    A Brief History of London, Ontario

    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.

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    Getting to & Around London

    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!

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    Sports Bars in London that you need to check out

    Nothing beats getting together with your closest friends and watching the big game. With so many options in London, it might be tough to decide where to go. Fear not, we’re here to show you some of the best sports bars in the Forest City.

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    Outdoor Hiking Trails in London, Ontario – Kains Woods

    Running along side the Thames River, the Kains Woods trail offers beautiful views of not only the river but the valley as well. Located on the North West end of town, close to Byron, you could easily go for a hike or walk on the 5.8 km trail & pop down to one of the local shops for a bite to eat after. 

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    The Ultimate Guide to Fishing in London, Ontario

    Learn how to obtain a fishing permit, where to purchase bait and equipment, and where to catch the big one, right in London, Ontario.