5 Things to do in London Ontario this July
There are over 150 things you could be doing this month but here are 5 to look forward to this July all over London Ontario.
If you have a wack of gently-used children’s clothing, toys, books, furniture or any other small child related items that you want to sell. You can book a Mommy Space table by contacting Nicolle, a mother of three and the founder of MAMA Project (Mothers Advocating Mental Awareness) at firstname.lastname@example.org for your opportunity, set up is $40.00 on July 7th from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM. Doors open at 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM the very next day at the Progress Building, Western Fair District 900 King St.
Celebrate the music, dance, cuisine and crafts from a heaping amount of cultures around the world. Live music including Allison Au Jazz Quartet, New Canadian Global Orchestra, Heather Bambrick Quartet and Diyet and The Love Soldiers. Also, a car show, fun competitions, a talent show for youth, games, a parade is to be expected, and best of all free admission. At Victoria Park between Richmond and Oxford Street, plan a day at the TD Canada Trust Sunfest event. Call 1-519-672-1522 for any more desired info.
Farmers and Artisans Market
Begin your day at the market. From 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM buy high quality, farm fresh goods and seasonal ingredients directly from the person who produced it. There is even a second floor with over 40 vendors of crafts, art, handcrafted products, jewelry and more. Learn more at http://www.londonsfarmersmarket.ca
Looking to get out on Friday or Saturday night? Yuk Yuk’s London on 900 King St, would like to have you over for a comedy night featuring the hilarious Heidi Foss a two-time Canadian Comedy Award nominee for Best Female Stand-up and Richer Ryder who is on 103.9 Proud FM’s afternoon shows. Starting at 8 PM July 21 and 22 at the Western Fair District. Guest must be 19 years of age. Tickets can be bought online or one hour before the show be on time.
Early Morning Exercise for Retirees
If you wish to maintain a healthy life style with regular exercise start your week off right with the Retirement Research Association and the Ladies Retirement Research Association by attending this free event. From 7:15 AM till 8:15 AM, enjoy an hour of fitness at the Thompson Arena on Western Road and Sarnia St. Details can be explained by calling 519-439-9764.
With lots to do for me and you spend a day doing something new. Be sure to take the time to relax during one of the warmest months of the year.