Events accident this anniversary in London and area
Gypsy Kumbia Orra (Rachelle Richard-Léger photo)
Events accident this anniversary in London and area:
ALL BALLROOM AND LATIN DANCE: Presented by Passion For Ball Studio, every Friday, 8 p.m. at 555 York St., apartment 202 upstairs; admission: $10, all levels, singles and couples welcome; chargeless water, bake-apple and abandon to dance; ball shoes accessible for sale; 519-694-5931 or appointment www.passionfordance.ca.
A.N.A.F. 229: Ball to the music of 24th road, Friday, 5-9 p.m.; GermanFest Dinner, Sunday; accessible to the public, all welcome; 30 Adelaide St. N.
BALLROOM BREEZE: Saturday night amusing ball to ballroom, Latin and beat music, Saturday at German Canadian Club, 1 Cove Rd.; chargeless rhumba ball assignment at 7 p.m., dancing at 8 p.m.; admission: $12 non-members, $10 members, anybody welcome; dress cipher in effect; 519-433-2901 or 519-421-7234.
COFFEE, CAKE AND CHA CHA CHA: An afternoon of alive music and dancing, Sunday, 2-5 p.m. at German Canadian Club, 1 Cove Rd.; admission: $5, bootleg block and coffee for sale; banquet accessible afterwards the event; 519-433-2901.
COME DANCING: Ballroom, Latin and beat ball with Wolfeman music host, Friday at Polish Hall, 554 Hill St.; bandage ball assignment at 7:30 p.m., dancing at 8 p.m.; admission: $10, all welcome; 519-433-2579.
MARCONI CLUB OF LONDON: Banquet and dance, Sunday at Marconi Hall, 120 Clarke Rd.; ball to alive bandage music, Sunday, 1-4 p.m., followed by banquet at 4:30 p.m.; admission: $25, couples and singles welcome.
MOOSE LODGE 1205: Ball to the music of Guy Melanson, Saturday, 1-4 p.m.; free; 6 Weston St.; 519-434-9361.
SATURDAY SINGLES DANCE PARTY: Ball to the music of Wolfeman DJ, Saturday, 8 p.m. at Dutch Club London, 1738 Gore Rd.; admission: $12, all welcome; 519-433-2579.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT OPRY: Ball to the music of the Pierce Family, Wednesday, 8 p.m. at Victory Legion, 311 Oakland Ave.; admission: $8; 519-494-1017.
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION -BYRON-SPRINGBANK: Ball to the music of Hughes and Mac, Saturday, 8 p.m.; $5 for non-members; 1276 Commissioners Rd. W.; 519-472-3300 or appointment rclbr533.ca.
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION – LAMBETH: Ball to the music of Allan James, Saturday, 2-5 p.m., free; 7097 Kilbourne Rd.; 519-652-3412 or appointment branch501lambethlegion.ca.
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION – WYOMING: Ball to the music of Matt Vaessen, Saturday, 8 p.m. at 493 Erie St., Wyoming; admission: $8, ablaze cafeteria available; anybody welcome; 519-845-0072; hosted by Legion Ladies Auxiliary.
STRATHROY JAMBOREE: Play, dance, sing or listen, Thursday, 1-4 p.m. at 137 Frank St., Strathroy; anybody welcome; cafeteria accessible for acquirement from 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m.; Harry and Elaine Hardy, 519-245-0906 or e-mail [email protected]
ALL-IN FOR ARTHRITIS POKER GALA: Black-tie black appearance bank games, alternate chef stations, ability bartending, alive entertainment, bargain and more, Friday, starting at 6 p.m. at London Hunt and Country Club, 1431 Oxford St. W.; 519-433-2191 ext. 1240 or appointment arthritis.ca/AllinPokerLon.
BURNING BRIGHT FOR CANCER: Sunday, 10 :30 a.m.-noon at Canada Amateur Aquatic Centre; London Synchro Club will dress up coaches in blush accessory for a ‘Coaches catwalk’, swim-a-thon, Ribbon video, broil auction and more.
LONDON GRANDS HARVEST GATHERING: Enjoy African-inspired soups and music, Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at Siloam United Church, 1240 Fanshawe Park Rd. E.; admission: adults $22, accouchement beneath 12 $11; fundraiser supports assignment of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers attack of the Steven Lewis Foundation; 519-433-7792.
DIGIWRITING STRATFORD WRITERS FESTIVAL: Anniversary barrage with Soldiers and Secrets, a co-production with INNERchamber breadth music punctuates the words from Tim Cook’s new book, The Secret History of Soldiers, with amateur Tim Campbell and Factory Arts String Quartet, Sunday, 6 p.m. at Avondale United Church in Stratford; tickets: adults $45, acceptance $10, includes ablaze banquet (if purchased by Friday); appointment stratfordwritersfestival.com.
SPRINGWORKS: Indie theatre and arts anniversary featuring performances including dance, theatre, music, and multi-disciplinary programming, Thursday to Sunday at Factory 163, 163 King St., Stratford; appointment www.springworksfestival.ca.
Painter Anna Wilson, right, works with TAP Centre for Creativity controlling administrator Sandra De Salvo on an instant-art allotment advanced of Thursdayâs Artrageous Live! fundraiser at the above Arts Project on Dundas Street, which sees bounded painters commutual with accumulated teams that accept 90 account to ample a canvas.
1ST HUSSARS MUSEUM: Explore the history of the Regiment from its founding in 1856 to the present, including accord in the Great War and the Second World War; hours: Saturdays and holidays, 1-4 p.m.; chargeless admission; 1 Dundas St., at the Forks of the Thames; 519-455-4533.
ART EMPORIUM: Featured artists for October are Jon Herb, Randy Bloye, Scott White, Shirley Mihlik Thompson, Kathy MacKay, Agnes Mickelson, Jacqueline Kinsey and Pat Brown; hours: Thursday to Monday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; 177 Main St., Port Stanley; 226-658-1888 or appointment www.ArtEmporium.ca.
ART WITH PANACHE: BeSquare Art Show, runs till Oct. 31; added than 50 artists and 140 aboriginal paintings by bounded artists, additionally aboriginal art by bounded Panache Artists Group; Talbot Centre, 140 Fullarton St.; 226-378-2587.
AYLMER-MALAHIDE MUSEUM: New display looks at the history of apprenticeship and ancestry in Aylmer and Malahide, runs till Nov. 30; 14 East St., Aylmer; appointment www.aylmermuseum.com.
ELDON HOUSE: London’s oldest abode contains ancestors heirlooms, accoutrement and priceless treasures of the Harris Family; hours: Wednesday to Sunday, noon-5 p.m.; acceptance by donation; 481 Ridout St. N.; 519-661-5169 or appointment www.eldonhouse.ca.
ELGIN COUNTY HERITAGE CENTRE: Baseball and Brass Bands: selections from the Henry Meredith Brass Instrument Collection allegorize Elgin’s abounding 19th aeon association bands, runs till Dec. 22; Talbot’s Castle activities and Jumbo as well; hours: Tuesday to Thursday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; 460 Sunset Dr., St. Thomas; 519-631-1460 ext. 193; www.elgincounty.ca/museum.
FRINGE CUSTOM FRAMING AND GALLERY: The Breakfast Club: arts appearance and auction featuring nine Stratford artists, aperture accession Saturday, 7-9 p.m., runs till Oct. 31; 1742 Hyde Park Rd.; 519-204-0404 or appointment www.fringecustomframingandgallery.com.
INGERSOLL CREATIVE ARTS CENTRE: Stitch: Paint and Fabric Collage by Roberta Whitmore, aperture accession Sunday, 1-4 p.m., runs till Nov. 11; hours: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m., Sunday, 1-4 p.m.; 125 Centennial Lane (Victoria Park); 519-485-4691 or appointment www.creativeartscentre.com.
KOMOKA RAILWAY MUSEUM: Appointment adequate CN railway station, 1913 Shay beef locomotive, CN accoutrements car, items accessible for assay accommodate telegraph keys, fasten hammers, fasten pullers, about-face lanterns, beef gauges, a railroad safe, a accoutrements sleigh and a three-wheel velocipede, arena a bell; abatement hours: Saturdays, 9 a.m.-noon; 131 Queen St., Komoka; 519-657-1912 or appointment www.komokarailmuseum.ca.
McINTOSH GALLERY: Malcolm Pate: 620 to 550 exhibition, runs till Nov. 3; hours: Monday to Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, noon-4 p.m. at Western University; 519-661-3181.
MICHAEL GIBSON GALLERY: Erik Olson’s Hold the Bandage exhibition, runs till Oct. 27; 157 Carling St.
MUSEUM LONDON: Bev Pike: Grottesque, runs till Dec. 9; Words and Pictures: Cartoonists of Southwestern Ontario, runs till Jan. 13; Ting: The Activity and Assignment of Merle Tingley, runs till Jan. 27; Jacket Required: Book Covers from the Collection, throughout 2018; chargeless tours, Sundays, 2-3 p.m.; hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Thursdays till 9 p.m.; acceptance by donation; 519-661-0333 or appointment museumlondon.ca.
OIL MUSEUM OF CANADA: Discover Canada’s oil history at aboriginal bartering oil able-bodied in North America; see bearing acclaimed oil wells on audio-assisted active tour; hours: daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; 2423 Kelly Rd., Oil Springs; 519-834-2840 or appointment oilmuseum.ca.
PORTSIDE GALLERY: S’ine Maule, Kit Cutting and Janice Howell are featured for October; 18 breadth artists assuming aboriginal paintings, photography, jewelry, hand-painted scarves and cards; hours: daily, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; 187 1/2 Main St., Port Stanley; 519-782-7066 or appointment portside.cuttingpromotions.com.
WESTLAND GALLERY: A Chromatic Life, exhibition featuring assignment by Anna Clarey and Erica Dornbusch, ends Saturday; hours: Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday, noon-4 p.m.; 156 Wortley Rd.; 519-601-4420 or appointment www.westlandgallery.ca.
WOODSTOCK ART GALLERY: Thriving Spectrum: 60 Years of Annual Juried Exhibitions in Oxford County, ends Saturday; hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Wednesday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; 449 Dundas St., Woodstock; 519-539-6767 or appointment www.woodstockartgallery.ca.
The Young’uns ball Chaucer’s Pub Monday at 7:30 p.m.
ARCHIE FISHER AND GARNET ROGERS: Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at St. George’s Church, 87 North St., Goderich; acceptance advice by calling 519-524-8221 or appointment www.celticfestival.ca.
BENEFIT CONCERT: Featuring assorted bounded musicians and performers, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. at Knox Presbyterian Church, 142 Ontario St., Stratford; chargeless admission, donations accustomed in abutment of Stratford Hospice.
BIG SING LONDON: Come and sing your affection out with Michigan Association Sing baton Joel Mabus, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter’s Auditorium, 196 Dufferin Ave.; contributed alms only; hsted by Karen Schuessler Singers, appointment www.kssingers.com.
BRASSROOTS: Anything Goes! featuring applesauce and classical accompanist Sonja Gustafson, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. at St. James Westminster Church, 115 Askin St.; tickets: adults $25, seniors $20, acceptance $5 with ID, accessible at Tuckey Home Hardware, online at www.onstagedirect.com or at the door; accouchement beneath 12 free.
CHARLIE WEBER: Old Habits anthology absolution with The Glorious Failures, Saturday, 7 p.m. at The Baker’s Dozen, 613 Dundas St.; tickets: $10 beforehand accessible at Grooves Records, Odyssey Records and Forest City Records or $15 at the door; all ages.
COUNTRY MUSIC CONTEST: Bounded condoning annular featuring country singers, bands, musicians and songwriters, Sunday, noon-8 p.m. at Royal Canadian Legion Victory Branch 317, 311 Oakland Ave.; admission: $2; 519-365-9434 or appointment www.ocmai.ca.
CROSSROADS OF SONG: Featuring Canadian Bandurist Capella with Julian Kytasty agreeable director, Sunday, 6 p.m. at Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 251 Dundas St.; tickets: $20-$25 by calling 519-661-5120.
CUCKOO’S NEST FOLK CLUB: The Young’uns, Monday, 7:30 p.m. at Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St.; tickets: $25 beforehand accessible at Marienbad restaurant, Centennial Hall, Long and McQuade, Village Idiot or $30 at the door; 519-672-1522 or appointment folk.on.ca.
ELVIS IN CONCERT: Featuring Rev. Matt Martin, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Wesley-Knox United Church, 91 Askin St.; tickets: $15 beforehand accessible at Tuckey’s Home Hardware, by calling 519-673-4803 or $20 at the door; gain to United Church Women and a donation to Camp Wendake.
GRATEFUL HEARTS 2: Benefit concert featuring Lambton Adolescence Choir, Mark Payne, Alex Baerg, Dave Robillard, Jennifer Walls and more, Sunday, 3 p.m. at Victoria Playhouse Petrolia, 411 Greenfield St., Petrolia; tickets: $40 by calling 1-800-717-7694 or appointment thevpp.ca; in abutment of Sarnia’s St. Joseph’s Hospice.
GYPSY KUMBIA ORCHESTRA: Saturday, 8 p.m. at Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas St.; tickets: $28 beforehand accessible at box office, Centennial Hall, Long and McQuade, Village Idiot or $33 at the door; 519-672-7950 or appointment www.sunfest.on.ca.
JAZZ FOR THE PEOPLE: Four Trombones featuring Peter Hysen, Seth McNall, Rob Stone and Mike Polci, Wednesday, 7:15 p.m. at Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 251 Dundas St.; chargeless admission.
LLOYD SPIEGEL: Wednesday, 8 p.m. at Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas St.; tickets: $25 beforehand or $30 at the door; 519-672-7950 or appointment aeolianhall.ca.
LONDON JAZZ SOCIETY: The Dixie Five and Friends, Sunday, 2 p.m. at Mocha Shrine Centre, 468 Colborne St.; tickets: $6 members, $12 non-members accessible at the door; all are welcome; 519-681-6767 or appointment www.londonjazzsociety.ca.
PARKHILL CARNEGIE GALLERY: Presents a concert of bounded aptitude featuring Greg Little, guitar, Silly Seniors, ball troupe, Carnegie Crackers, ukulele group, and the North Middle District High School bedrock band, Sunday, 2 p.m.; tickets: adults $12, associates $10, adolescence beneath 16 $8 at the door.
SHANE COOK: With Kyle Waymouth and Allison Lupton, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. at Siloam United Church, 1240 Fanshawe Park Rd.; tickets: $15 beforehand by calling 519-455-9201 or $18 at the door; appointment www.siloamunitedchurch.org.
CREATE-A-SMILE WALKATHON: Fundraiser to advice abutment and enhance the lives of bodies with adorning disabilities, their families and the communities they alive in, Sunday, 2-4 p.m. at Milt Dunnell Field, St. Marys; allotment begins at 1 p.m.; chargeless event; 519-284-1400 ext. 221 or appointment www.communitylivingstmarys.ca.
FAMILY HIKE AT CAMP BIMINI: See array of trees, wetland vegetation, bulb and wildlife, during three hikes offered of capricious breadth by accomplished backpack leaders, Sunday, 2 p.m.; accommodated at area of Camp Bimini, 3180 Perth Alley 113/Embro Road, Stratford; acceptable for ages four and older, no dogs please; chargeless event, but RSVP Thursday by e-mail [email protected]; appointment AvonTrail.ca.
PUCK’S PLENTY: Autumn foraging forth streams and in blurred dupe 15 account from Stratford – DButterfly Collybia, Blewits, Lactarius, Pear Shaped Puffballs and Gem Studded mushroom, Sunday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; $35; accommodated at 96 Birmingham St., Stratford; 519-271-3726 or appointment pucksplenty.com.
SATURDAY MORNING WALKS: Airing through Talbot Village Wetland, Saturday, 9 a.m.; accommodated at southwest bend of parking lot at 3030 Colonel Talbot Rd. (Colonel Talbot and Southdale); walks are about one hour; families with accouchement are welcome, amuse leave dogs at home; John Clark, 519-641-0442; appointment www.tvta.ca.
SCENIC STRATFORD HERITAGE WALK: Come airing and beam with Stratford columnist Bruce Dupe who shares belief absorption activity in Stratford in 1945 back the acclaim of the end of Second World War was acclaimed by all, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. at Veterans Drive, Stratford; chargeless event, alarm 605-648-1589 for details.
AUTHOR READING: Tim Cook, Canadian War Museum historian/author will be speaking about his accessible book, The Secret History of Soldiers: How Canadians Survived the Great War, Monday, 1 p.m. at Strathroy and Breadth Seniors Centre, 137 Frank St., Strathroy; ticketed event, amuse acquaintance Museum Strathroy-Caradoc, 519-245-0492 or Strathroy Library, 519-245-1290 for details.
BOOKTOBERFEST: Sample bounded ability beer and acquisition new arcane loves, Monday, 6:30 p.m. in The Churchill Room at The Parlour, 101 Wellington St., Stratford; Stratford Library teams up with seven bounded establishments to accompany you the best books to brace with their brews; annals to put your name on the delay list, appointment stratford.library.on.ca/booktoberfest.
READING STILL MATTERS: A Panel Discussion presented by Catherine Sheldrick Ross, Lynne McKechnie and Paulette Rothbauer, Tuesday, 7 p.m. at Landon Library, 167 Wortley Rd.; chargeless event, all acceptable to attend; 519-661-2111 ext. 88493.
This piece, blue-blooded The Wharf at New London, is included in an exhibition of new works by P.E.I. artisan Tony Diodati on at Thorndale Association Centre Friday through Sunday. Several added bounded artists and artisans will accept works in the appearance and sale.
DEUX CULTURES EN HUMOUR: French ball show, Saturday, 7 p.m. at Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 251 Dundas St.; tickets: $10 per being or $20 per ancestors by calling 519-673-1977 ext. 3823.
EXCAVO FINE ARTS: Notes from Underground, exhibition by Georg Oskar, runs till Oct. 20; hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. and by appointment; Central Studios, 711 Central Ave.; 519-719-3190 or appointment www.excavo.ca.
GARDNER GALLERIES: Abatement Fine Art Bargain featuring works by Morrisseau, Lansdowne, St. Thomas Smith, Eva Bradshaw, Daphne Odjig, Jack Chambers and Laura Muntz, ends Monday; 407 Hamilton Rd.; 519-439-3333 or appointment gardnergalleries.com.
MOVIE SCREENING: 14 & Muslim in anniversary of Islamic Ancestry Month, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. at London Muslim Mosque, 151 Oxford St. W.; documentary deals with capacity apropos to youth, education, and Islamophobia; chargeless family-friendly event, accessible to the public, all are acceptable to attend; 519-432-7339.
MOVIE SCREENING: As allotment of London’s Waste Reduction Week, Renewi Canada will be screening the documentary Wasted: The Story of Food Waste, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. at Central Library, 251 Dundas St.; chargeless event; appointment www.trea.ca.
SATELLITE PROJECT SPACE: Know Show, accumulation exhibition by Fanshawe Fine Art third-year students, accession Thursday, 5-8 p.m., ends Saturday; hours: Wednesday to Friday, 2-7 p.m., Saturday, noon-5 p.m.; 121 Dundas St.; chargeless admission; appointment www.satelliteprojectspace.com.
TONY DIODATI AND FRIENDS ART SHOW: Exhibition and auction of paintings, jewelry, copse carving/live bend tables, drawings, a sculptures, collage prints and best collectibles by Tony Diodati, Helen Goga, Rhonda Franks, Mary-Ann Jack-Bleach, Angela Lorenzen, Deb Ward, Bunny Warner and Linda Yeoman, aperture accession Friday, 7 p.m. (all welcome), Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Thorndale Association Centre, 265 Upper Queens St., Thorndale; chargeless event; 519-451-1619 or appointment www.tonydiodati.com.
UP ON THE ROOF: Array shows featuring the Ingersoll Pipe Band, the Southern Ontario Ukulele Players, Chloe Weir and Ingersoll Mayor Ted Comiskey, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, 2 p.m. at Ingersoll Theatre of Performing Arts; aloof tickets: $26 by calling 519-485-3070 or appointment www.itopa.ca.
AYLMER COMMUNITY THEATRE: A Red Plaid Shirt, ends Saturday at Aylmer Old Boondocks Hall Theatre, 38 John St. S., Aylmer; tickets: adults $20, acceptance $25, can be aloof by calling 519-765-3039 or online at aylmertheatre.ca.
FINDING FOX: New two-act ball is about a abecedary who discovers his access on one apprentice can accept a abiding impact, opens Tuesday, 7 p.m., runs till Oct. 20 (nightly at 7 p.m., 2 p.m. on 20th) at TAP Centre for Creativity, 203 Dundas St.; tickets: $18 beforehand or $22 at the door; 519-642-2767 or appointment www.OnStageLive.ca.
Eldon House co-ordinator Danielle Costello (left) and actual analyst Susan Butlin abrasion aeon accouterment in one of the scenes of a new bout exploring the spookier ancillary of the ancestry siteâs history. (CHRIS MONTANINILONDONER)
THE GREAT ELDON HOUSE GHOST HUNT: One-hour guided bout is a attenuate befalling to see Eldon House afterwards aphotic back ghosts may emerge, fun for the accomplished family, Fridays and Saturdays in October, 7-10 p.m.; annals for bout time in beforehand (tours offered every 20 minutes) by calling 519-661-5169 or appointment www.eldonhouse.ca/events; cost: $19.50 HST and fees; 481 Ridout St.
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