5 Things to do in London Ontario this March
London is a lively Canadian city in southwestern Ontario of 383, 822 thousand people. It is also known as “The Forest City” and is a two-hour drive from Ontario’s capital city, Toronto. London Ontario is providing many eventful days for you and whomever you choose to spend it with, this March. Get excited for Spring!
Folk music night
March 4, 2017
Experience front row seats to see the PRP “The Big Voices of TANGLEFOOT” presented by Acoustic Muse. This is an all age event and begins at 7:30 PM at the London Music Hall, 185 Queens Avenue. Veteran performers, Rob Ritchie, Al Parrish and Steve Ritchie (RPR) along with Beaker Ganger will provide you with a memorable experience of music, stories and laughter. This hard-working band has been touring through Canada, the U.S. and Britain while rocking their folk music. Tickets are $20.00. To inquire about ticket availability please call (519) 432-1107. Remember to rock on!
Vegetable gardening with Ron Rossini
March 6, 2017
Get Spring started by going to Gardening in the City with London Middlesex Master Gardeners, Monday from 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM. This free event is hosted by Ron Rossini. He will provide knowledge for a successful vegetable garden at the Central Library – Stevenson & Hunt Meeting Room, 251 Dundas ST. More information can be found by calling (519) 661- 4600. See how many new recipes you can make with your new at home garden.
Used book sale
March 12, 2017
Arrange some “me” time and get cozy with a new book after a visit to The Volunteer Organization of Children and Parent Resources Institute’s (VOCPRI) Annual Used Book Sale that’s back this month. At the Westmount Shopping Centre on 785, Wonderland Road South, London. Discover new reads of 40 categories of quality books from 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more information send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and open a new chapter in your life.
Speed and Custom Car Show
March 18-19, 2017
Get yourself in gear at this year’s two-day car show. Over 70, 000 square feet of old classics, bright racers and all your dream cars at Western Fair District – Progress Building West and East Annex, 900 King St. Car technology as well as accessories will be up for viewing Saturday, march 19 at 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM and on Sunday, March 20 starting from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
Hutton House Studio Art Program
March 21-April 1, 2017
Check out the ARTS Project, on 203 Dundas St downtown London while presenting its exhibition Reframing Abilities. From Tuesday, March 21 through Saturday opening at 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM thirteen artists will showcase over 100 works of art, all in a variety of media. For any uncertainty feel free to call (519) 642 – 2767. The Hutton House promotes people with disabilities by life-enhancing programs that focus on individual’s skills and interests.
Whether it’s some fun in the sun, enjoying some new experiences or an excuse to go out, London Ontario can help you plan your day.