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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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Creative Age Workshops for Older Adults (50+)

Explore your creativity with other older adults (50+). Join us for free workshops in writing, photography, theatre, mixed media collage and dance. Choose one or attend them all. These workshops are presented with Creative Age London. All workshops are free but require registration. Register for any of the workshops through the Library’s main number, 519-661-4600. Read More

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Contemporary London Authors Collection Book Launch

Join us at the Central Library for readings by London authors on April 25. We’re celebrating the Library’s Contemporary London Authors collection with readings by the authors of the newest books to be added to the collection. The Contemporary London Authors Collection includes works of fiction, poetry and plays, all written by London, Ontario authors. Read More

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Vintage Base Ball at Historic Labatt Park

  Join the fun as Eldon House celebrates the closing of its 180th Anniversary Events with a vintage base ball game at London’s Historic Labatt Park. London Tecumsehs vs. Northville Eclipse Saturday, May 2 at 2 p.m.           Rain or Shine Everyone welcome – $2 admission visit Eldon House before the game for a presentation by Chip Read More

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Fanshawe satisfaction high in performance indicators survey

The annual Key Performance Indicators (KPI) survey reveals Fanshawe eclipsed the provincial average with graduates continuing to find jobs and satisfaction with their education and training. Fanshawe’s graduate employment rate was 87.5 per cent, 3.5 per cent above the provincial average of 84 per cent.  “We are pleased with this year’s survey results,” says Fanshawe Read More

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