SummerSummer Events


Looking around London and Southwestern Ontario there is no shortage of fun things to do with a great mix of family fun for everyone.  Get out there and explore.


Weekly Racing and More this Weekend

Super Stocks, V8 Stocks, Vintage Modified, classic car cruise

When:  July 14, 2017

Where:  1640 Gideon Drive
Delaware ON N0L 1E0

Cheer on # 51 in the VIP AutoPro Car in his quest for the Cup!  Find out more at Delaware Speedway (FacebookWebsite)


Artifact Day at Ska-Nah-Doht Village

When:  July 16, 2017

Where:  Longwoods Road Conservation Area
8348 Longwoods Road
Mount Bridges ON N0L 1W0

Take this opportunity to be guided through the excavation process and learn about the different archaeological sites in the park and surrounding area. Ask questions about digging up history. (FacebookWebsite)


Home Country Music & Art Festival

When:  July 14-16, 2017

Where:  Victoria Park, London

Home County is renowned for its juried craft show. Craft booths showcase Canadian artisans and include pottery, glass, jewelry, fine art, textiles, metal, wood, photography, and gourmet foods. Come and observe several Canadian artisans demonstrating their craft in our craft demonstration area. The festival also features 30 food vendors from a variety of cuisines.  (FacebookWebsite)


Day Out With Thomas

When:  July 15-16 2017

Where:  St. Thomas-Elgin Memorial Centre
(80 Wilson Ave.  St. Thomas, ON)

Tickets are $25 + hst per person (age 2 and up) and include;

A 25-minute (approximate) ride with Thomas the Tank Engine and hear Thomas greet his fans! Meeting Sir Topham Hatt, Controller of the Railway A Thomas & Friends Imagination Station; featuring temporary tattoos, hands-on arts & crafts, play dough, train play tables, and coloring. Storytelling, video viewing, live children’s entertainment featuring music, magic & puppets (FacebookWebsite)



When:  July 14-15 2017

Where:  Cayuga, ON

Friday night is Country entertainment night with food vendors. Families can enjoy Saturday starting with the Soapbox Derby, then a breakfast at the Cayuga Fire Hall, followed by the Parade, starting and ending at the Cayuga arena. (FacebookWebsite)