Making your garden accessible

As you plan your garden for this summer have you thought about making it accessible for friends or family that have mobility or sensory challenges?

The London Middlesex Master Gardeners have some suggestions including scent, sound, tactile and architecture features to help make your garden more accessible in their article
The Therapy Garden: Making the garden a space for everyone

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Local Artists, Arts and Crafts

This Satuday be sure to check out the London Arts and Crafts Show at the London Convention Centre. It is open from 10-7 and the cost is only $5 per person.

Also this is the last weekend of the Centennial Art Exhibition at the Brescia showcasing works by 22 artists from London and the surrounding area including Group of Seven member, A.J. Casson.

For more information go to

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Outdoor Movie Night?

Love movies? Want to create an event to get together with your friends and neighbours this summer?

Why not plan an outdoor movie night?

The City provides the equipment (screen, projector, media player, speakers), license for a public viewing, set up and take down of equipment, and two City staff.

This program is for resident-led and neighbourhood-based groups so why not talk to your neighbours or neighbourhood association and plan one soon. Applications end March 29.

Find out more here.

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An Evening with Denise Pelley

Woodfield Jazz is excited to host this London jewel of a jazz vocalist!

Denise Pelley – vocals
Steve Holowitz – piano

Denise Pelley has performed with orchestras as far afield as Portugal and Germany.  But it was her debut Jazz cd “Trust the Moment”, recorded in 1998 that brought her to the attention of jazz lovers across Canada after its launch at an evening hosted by Shelagh Rogers at Toronto’s Top ‘O The Senator, an appearance on CTV’s Canada AM and airplay on CBC’s After Hours.

Denise has performed with many great artists including acclaimed trombonist Ray Anderson, Gospel/Blues legend Jackie Richardson and Flamenco guitarist Jesse Cook.  She has opened for Aretha Franklin at the John Labatt Centre in London, Ontario.