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Creative Age Festival London

Join us June 4 to 6 for the second annual Creative Age Festival London. The festival, taking place in six library branches, is an exploration and celebration of the arts by and for older adults (55+) with performances, art and photography exhibits, workshops and learning sessions. All events are free and accessible. Come out to Read More

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Outdoor Ontario Speaker Series

The sound of the water, the wind in the trees, owls at night – there’s nothing better. Hear the experiences of exploring some of Ontario’s outdoor treasures by speakers from MEC. At Masonville Branch Library, 30 North Centre Road Tuesday, May 12 – Algonquin Park; Tuesday, May 19 – The Bruce Trail

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City opens Westminster Seniors’ Satellite Centre

Members of the community, Deputy Mayor Maureen Cassidy, Councillor Jared Zaifman and City staff gathered today to officially open the Westminster Seniors’ Satellite with a ribbon cutting ceremony and community celebration. Westminster Park Church, located at 1190 Southdale Road East, is the newest seniors’ satellite to open in London. Other locations include the East London Read More

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“I Am Ready” – Are You?”

London takes part in Emergency Preparedness Week   Do you know what do in a tornado, flood or winter storm? Do you have everything you could need during a major emergency? We seldom think about potential disasters that can affect us. Yet emergency situations can strike almost any community, including ours. During May 3 to Read More

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Fanshawe’s School of Building Technology named in honour of London construction icon Fanshawe’s School of Building Technology named in honour of London construction

At a celebration today, the family of the late Don Smith pledged their support of Fanshawe College by announcing the naming of the School of Building Technology to the Donald J. Smith School of Building Technology.  This generous donation by the Smith family is valued at $1 million. As a founding partner of EllisDon, Don Read More

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