Updated for 2022
I just love Canada Day! Maybe it’s because my very first Canada Day was Canada’s 100th birthday and was spent at Expo ‘67. I tell you – that was one thrilling experience!
Of course, I’ve loved every Canada Day since then too. I feel privileged to be able to call Canada my home and I get a bit sentimental when its birthday rolls around.
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CANADA DAY ACTIVITIES IN LONDON ONTARIO
10 pm, presented by the City of London.
Attendees are encouraged to walk, bike or bus to Harris Park for this free event, as several road closures will be in place from 8 to 11 p.m. to accommodate the display.
Cyclists and pedestrians can use the Harris Park Entrance at the corner of Dufferin Avenue and Ridout Street North, Dundas Place, Dundas-TVP and Dundas Street Bikeway to reach Harris Park.
Downtown parking locations and parking lot prices can be found on the City’s website. On-street parking meters will be available free of charge on July 1, 2022.
Transit users are advised to visit the LTC website for service updates and detours.
5:00 pm to 11:00 pm
FREE admission, no registration required
Note: Masks and proof of vaccination are required
Join in on a celebration of pride in Canada’s past success in space missions and its upcoming endeavours. We will be looking back at Canadian participation in the first Moon missions, and ahead to Canada’s role in upcoming Moon missions.
1:00 to 4:00 pm
Admission by donation.
The Grounds of Eldon House are Open to Visitors to Celebrate Canada Day and Dominion Day.
Head on down to Eldon House this July 1 for a family-friendly event! Self-guided tours of the museum and historic lawn games, local entertainment including a puppet show by Phil Arnold, Korean fan dancers from the London Korean Club, and the brassy stylings of a mariachi band! Explore London and experience a fun holiday in the city’s heritage gem.
- Mask or face covering are encouraged.
- Social distancing measures of 6 feet will be maintained between staff and fellow participants.
Free Admission Day!
10 am – 4:30 pm
This Canada Day, take a step back in time and enjoy heritage music and fun! Try our traditional fair games, learn dances of the past, and enjoy live musical performances at the Village!
Did you know that this is the Canada Garden Council’s “Year of the Garden 2022”? During your visit enjoy talks about the many heritage gardens in the Heritage Village throughout the day. Wagon rides will have select times with tours of the garden, with our own Master Gardener, and our incredible garden volunteers.
We are honoured to announce the 2nd Annual Turtle Island Healing Walk on July 1st 2022, in London, Ontario. Speeches begin at 9:30 a.m. with the walk underway at 10:15 a.m. The walk will be 3 km in total leaving Victoria Park and heading north on Richmond, east on Oxford, south on Colborne and west on Dufferin Ave back to Victoria Park.
This day is a day to honour. This walk is a walk to heal. And our future is a future of hope.
“We may not know their names but together we lift them up. On July 1st, we walk for them” – The Turtle Island Healing Walk
Night Market London & Canada Day London are back after 2 years. See downtown London be brought to life with the most interactive and enjoyable family-friendly event of 2022. Food and drink vendors, artisan vendors, stage and street performers, and kids’ activities.
Night Market – June 30 – 7-11 pm
Canada Day events – Noon to 10 pm
Corner of Dundas and Talbot
Bring the family for a Canada Day filled with fun at Grosvenor Lodge! On Friday, July 1st 2022, we will be hosting a family-friendly picnic from 11:00am to 2:30pm.
What can you expect?
There will be many family-friendly activities happening throughout the day:
– Live Music performed by Alyssa Bart and Ben Heffernan from 11:00am until 2:30pm
– Flag Raising Ceremony at 12:30pm
– Crafts, Lawn Games, and Cake
What should you bring?
– Your picnic lunch
– A blanket or chairs
– Your family and friends!
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What are your plans for Canada Day? There are plenty of ways to celebrate our nation’s birthday!