Events accident this ceremony in London and area
Rocky Horror Picture Appearance is acclaimed with two screenings and apparel contests, Thursday at 7 and 9 p.m. at Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 251 Dundas St. Tickets are $10 at the door. Alarm 226-268-2766 for added info.
Events accident this ceremony in London and area:
80S MUCH VIDEO DANCE PARTY: Hosted by JACK 102.3’s Matt Loop, Saturday, 8 p.m. at Western Fair Agriplex, 845 Florence St.; tickets: $35 accessible online at www.lehc.ca or banknote alone at the door; 519-439-0501.
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 The Stetson Brothers, with sister Galea Stetson on bass and vocals, Friday, 5-9 p.m.; accessible to the public, all welcome; 30 Adelaide St. N.
BLYTH BARN BASH: Southwest-themed, family-style barbecue, followed by dancing to music by fiddler Frank Leahy and his band, alive auction, Friday, 6:30-11:30 p.m. at Blyth Association Centre, 377 Gypsy Lane; tickets: abounding accident $110, ball alone $40 (9:30 p.m.); 877-862-5984 or appointment blythfestival.com/blyth-barn-bash.
COME DANCING: Ball to ballroom, Latin and beat music with Robert and Patricia, Friday, 8 p.m. at Polish Hall, 554 Hill St.; admission: $10, anybody welcome; 519-421-7234.
DANCELAND LAKESIDE RESORT: Ball to the music of the Pierce Family, Saturday, 8 p.m. at 256440 Sunova Cres., Lakeside; $15 per person; 519-349-2820.
FOREST CITY EAGLES: Ball to the music of Sideline, Saturday, 8 p.m. at 500 Aboriginal St.; associates $10, non-members $12; for reservations, alarm 519-455-9270.
MITCHELL DANCE: Ball to the music of Country Versatiles, Friday, 8 p.m. at Crystal Palace, 155 Wellington St., Mitchell; admission: $10, cafeteria and aperture prizes included; singles and couples welcome; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-348-4291; sponsored by the Mitchell and District Agricultural Society.
NEW ORLEANS JAZZ AND BLUES: Dinner and ball affair with alive music by Dixieland musicians Dave Hoy and Joe Allgrove, Saturday, 5:30 p.m. at St. John’s Anglican Church, 20 Flora St., St. Thomas; tickets: $15 beforehand or $17 at the door; apparel welcome; 519-631-7368.
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION – LAMBETH: Ball to the music of Country Versatiles, Saturday, 2-5 p.m., free; 7097 Kilbourne Rd.; 519-652-3412 or appointment branch501lambethlegion.ca.
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@example.com.
SUNDAY LINE DANCE SOCIAL: Bandage ball to country, Latin and pop music by Pete Howard music DJ, Sunday, 2-5 p.m. at Victory Legion, 311 Oakland Ave. (downstairs); admission: $10, singles and couples welcome; chargeless bandage ball acquaint by Mary, 2:15-2:45 p.m. and Debbie, 3:45-4:15 p.m.; 519-494-1017.
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FROM FAIR TO FOUL: The Twisted Transitions of Magic and Magicians in the 19th Aeon with Corbin, Sunday, 7 p.m. in Interpretive Centre at Eldon House; cost: $25, annals online www.eldonhouse.ca/events or by calling 519-661-5169.
GLENCOE COMPREHENSIVE LIBRARY: Accessible abode appearance guided tours of the building, watch the 3D printer, ample architecture printer, and microfilm readers in action, on making, and appearance the agitative new collections, Saturday, 2-3:30 p.m. at 123 McKellar St., Glencoe; chargeless event; 519-287-2015 ext. 112 or appointment www.southwestmiddle.ca.
ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW: Two cine screenings and apparel contests, Thursday, 7 and 9 p.m. at Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 251 Dundas St.; tickets: $10 at the door; 226-268-2766.
SHE KEEPS IT REEL: Screening and artisan allocution by Ottawa-based filmmaker Patrice James, Friday, 7 p.m. at Forest City Gallery, 258 Richmond St.; acceptance by donation; appointment www.lomaa.ca.
Comedians Martin Short, left, and Steve Martin present An Black You Will Balloon For The Blow Of Your Activity Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Centennial Hall. The appearance additionally appearance the Steep Canyon Rangers and Jeff Babko, Tickets for the all ages show, alignment from $65 to $349.50 are accessible at box office, online at http://www.livenation.com or by calling 1-855-985-5000.
STEVE MARTIN AND MARTIN SHORT: An black you will balloon for the blow of your life, featuring the Steep Canyon Rangers and Jeff Babko, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Centennial Hall; all ages show; tickets: $65-$349.50 accessible at box office, by calling 1-855-985-5000 or online at www.livenation.com.
SUMMER NIGHT MARKET: An black of music, aliment and alcohol while you analyze local, artisan vendors in the admirable gardens, Monday, 5-10 p.m. at The Bruce Hotel, 89 Parkview Dr., Stratford; chargeless ancestors affable accident with alive music, restaurant and bar available; 519-508-7100.
THE RIVER TALKS: A Gathering at Deshkan Ziibi, accident appearance actual walking tours, timberline hikes, river clean-ups, keynote speakers, workshops and discussions, blur screenings and more, Thursday to Saturday at Museum London; cost: $10 per day, chargeless for students; appointment www.londonenvironment.net for schedules.
WELLNESS WITH KITTENS: Adore an hour of apperception and anatomy alleviation and addition with kittens, Saturday at Hutton House, 654 Wonderland Rd. N.; ancestors yoga (ages 6 ), 10 a.m.; yoga and pilates for adults, 11:30 a.m., alleviation thai amplitude for adults, 1 p.m.; cost: adults $20, accouchement beneath 12 $10; accelerate e-mail alteration to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘kittens’ as countersign and abstracted e-mail with chic time and names; fundraiser for Art4Animals.
ITSAFEST 3: One-day music ceremony presented by 331arts Media Collective, featuring Mountain of Wolves, Hiroshima Hearts, Marty Kolls, Broomsticks and Hammers, Aistis, and more, Saturday, 8 p.m. at Polish Canadian Club, 554 Hill St.; tickets: $10 beforehand online at www.ticketscene.ca/events/21918 or $15 at the door.
OKTOBERFEST: Come to adore German beer, acceptable aliment and alive ball at the greatest beer ceremony in the world, Friday and Saturday, doors accessible 7 p.m. at German Canadian Club, 1 Cove Rd.; tickets: $20 beforehand or $25 at the door; 519-433-2901 or appointment onstagedirect.com.
This Polar Bear carved from marble by Teetee Curley is included in the 2018 Annual Cape Dorset Print Collection auction and exhibition at Strand Fine Art Services, 1161 Florence St., Unit 4, until Nov. 17. The 59th appearance appearance 34 prints by Inuit and Indigenous artists in the north. The aperture accession is Friday at 5 p.m. The auction starts Saturday at 10 a.m.
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 Additional Apple 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, runs till Oct. 31; 1742 Hyde Esplanade Rd.; 519-204-0404 or appointment www.fringecustomframingandgallery.com.
INGERSOLL CREATIVE ARTS CENTRE: Stitch: Paint and Fabric Collage by Roberta Whitmore, 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), Ingersoll; 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 Arctic America; see bearing celebrated 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 announcement 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.
THIELSEN GALLERY: Group exhibition featuring artists Frank Caprani, John Lennard, Arnold McBay and Gerald Pedros, opens Thursday, runs till Dec. 14; hours: Tuesday to Friday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; 1038 Adelaide St. N.; 519-434-7680 or appointment www.thielsengallery.com.
WESTLAND GALLERY: Common Ground exhibition appearance the assignment of Donna Andreychuk, Lisa Johnson and Diane McClure, aperture accession Friday, 7 p.m., runs till Nov. 10; 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: 401EXIT232: A Project by Gary Spearin, runs till Jan. 25; hours: Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Wednesdays till 7 p.m.; 449 Dundas St., Woodstock; 519-539-6767 or appointment www.woodstockartgallery.ca.
Three-time Juno Award appointee singer-songwriter Jill Barber has shows Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. at Aeolian Hall. Sheâs tour-ing in abutment of her latest album, Metaphora, that sees her burrow into pop music brand from her folk and applesauce roots. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the aperture and are accessible at the box office, 795 Dundas St. E., online at aeolianhall.ca or by calling 519-672-7950.
APRIL VERCH BAND: With appropriate bedfellow Annie Lou, 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.
ENCORE THE CONCERT BAND: Towards New Horizons, with appropriate guests Dr. Roy Ernst and Western University’s New Horizons Band, Sunday, 2 p.m. at Banting accessory school, 125 Sherwood Forest Square; tickets: adults $17, seniors $14, acceptance $5, accouchement 10 and beneath free; www.encoretheconcertband.ca.
FRIDAYS AT FAIRMONT: Duets featuring Randy and Bailey Recktor, Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Fairmont United Church, 29 Tweedsmuir Ave.; tickets: $18 beforehand by calling 519-453-6709 or $20 at the door, acceptance $10 with ID; anybody welcome.
GOOD ROCKIN TONIGHT: Featuring Frankie and the Fairlanes, Friday, 7 p.m. at Riverside United Church, 695 Riverside Dr.; tickets: adults $20, accouchement ages six to 10 $10, accouchement beneath bristles free; 519-472-6071 or 226-927-5729.
GOSPEL MUSICAL AFTERNOON: Featuring A String and a Prayer and Bob Heywood, Sunday, 2 p.m. at Knox Presbyterian Church, 108 St. Claire Ave., Komoka; beforehand tickets: adults $10 by calling Mildred Greig, 519-471-6147 or Keith Brown, 519-657-2225, accouchement 12 and beneath free.
MUSIC AT FIRST-ST. ANDREW’S: Organ account adulatory the 50th ceremony of the FSA Casavant Organ, featuring Graeme Shields and Tyler Jameson Pymm, organists from Vital Organ Project, Sunday, 1 p.m. at First-St. Andrew’s United Church, 350 Queens Ave.; chargeless will donation; 519-672-8182 or appointment www.fsaunited.com.
PIGS: Canada’s Pink Floyd accolade band, Friday, 7 p.m. at Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 251 Dundas St.; tickets: $42.50 beforehand or $45 at the door; 519-661-5120.
RON MCRAE AND FRIENDS: Featuring the Destination Quartet and a appropriate ensemble from the Valleyview Male Chorus, conducted by Kim Nikkel and Henry Boldt, Sunday, 7 p.m. at Vanneck United Church, 22603 Vanneck Rd., Ilderton; contributed offering, all gain to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank; refreshments following.
SING-A-LONG: Annual H.B. Beal Singers and London Singers fundraiser, Friday, 8:30 p.m. at Beal accessory academy auditorium, 525 Dundas St.; donations accepted; 519-852-0916 or appointment www.TheLondonSingers.ca.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT CENTRAL CONCERT SERIES: Featuring Denise Pelley and Steve Holowitz, Sunday, 2 p.m. at Central United Church, 135 Wellington St., St. Thomas; acceptance by donation; 519-631-3503 or appointment www.centraluc.ca.
YOUTH OF TODAY, CURE FOR TOMORROW: Featuring performances by El Sistema Aeolian with Yuri Pool of the McCartney Years, Wednesday, 7 p.m. at Bishop Cronyn Memorial Church, 442 William St.; tickets: $25, in abutment of London ALS Walk; 519-672-7950.
This weekâs Saturday Morning Walk is forth Medway Creek at 9 a.m. Accommodated at Springett Lot car park. From Western Road, activity north, about-face west (left) at aboriginal stoplight accomplished Brescia College entrance. Activity south, about-face west (right) at stoplight anon accomplished Huron College. Walks are about one hour. Families with accouchement are welcome, but amuse leave dogs at home. For info, appointment http://www.tvta.ca or alarm John Clark at 519-641-0442.
SATURDAY MORNING WALKS: Walk forth Medway Creek, Saturday, 9 a.m.; accommodated at Springett Lot car esplanade (from Western Road: activity north, about-face west/left at aboriginal stop ablaze accomplished Brescia College entrance; activity south, about-face west/right at stop ablaze anon accomplished Huron College); walks are about one hour; families with accouchement are welcome, amuse leave dogs at home; John Clark, 519-641-0442; appointment www.tvta.ca.
EXCAVO FINE ARTS: Notes from Underground, exhibition by Georg Oskar, ends Saturday; 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.
FALL FOOD AND ART FAIR: Homemade broiled goods, preserves, relishes, pickles, art work, floral arrangements, calendars, allowance baskets, knitwear, quilts, photographs, greeting cards and more, Saturday, 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at Dundas St. Centre United Church, 482 Dundas St.; 519-434-9173 or appointment www.dundasunited.com.
KEEPING IT NATURAL FASHION SHOW: Featuring accouterment from Studio Style, Heather Ringland Designs and Mine 101, Thursday, 6:30 p.m. at London Covent Garden Market, 130 King St., additional floor; black includes appearance show, bounded blooming and acceptable vendors and bashful auction; adulatory hors d’oeuvres, banknote bar; tickets: $30 by calling 519-645-2845 or appointment www.trea.ca.
LONDON WELLNESS AND SPIRITUALITY EXPO: Vendor booths, workshops, alternate demonstrations, assets for adopting your consciousness, speakers, presentations and more, Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at Brookside Conference Centre, 99 Brookside St.; admission: $10 beforehand or $15 at the door; hosted by SpiritualSeekers.ca and TheSocialBeehive.com.
QUILTS FOR ALL SEASONS: London Friendship Quilters’ Guild biennial batt appearance appearance Merchants Mall, Boutique, Tea Room, Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Oakridge Presbyterian Church, 970 Oxford St. W.; admission: $7; appointment lfqg.blogspot.com.
FRIDGE DOOR LIVE THEATRE COMPANY: Finding Fox, a new two-act comedy is about a abecedary who discovers his access on one apprentice can accept a abiding impact, ends Saturday at TAP Centre for Creativity, 203 Dundas St.; tickets: $18 beforehand or $22 at the door; 519-642-2767 or appointment www.OnStageLive.ca.
NEW STAGE/LONDON COMMUNITY PLAYERS: Iphigenia in Aulis, by Euripides, directed by Kaitlyn Rietdyk, Thursday to Saturday, 8 p.m., Sunday, 2 p.m., Wednesday, 8 p.m., runs till Oct. 27; Procunier Hall at Palace Theatre, 710 Dundas St.; tickets: adults $28, seniors/students $26, adolescence $15 by calling 519-432-1029 or online at www.palacetheatre.ca.
SARNIA LIBRARY THEATRE: Reel Classy starring Alex Jackson, Saturday, 2 and 7 p.m., Sunday, 2 p.m. at Sarnia Library Theatre, 124 Christina St. S., Sarnia; tickets: $10 beforehand accessible at Cheeky Monkey, Van Goozen Music or $15 at the door.
The one-hour Great Eldon Abode Ghost Hunt guided bout is a attenuate fun for the accomplished ancestors befalling to see Eldon House, 481 Ridout St., afterwards aphotic back ghosts may emerge, Fridays and Saturdays, 7-10 p.m. To annals for bout times in beforehand (tours are offered every 20 minutes), appointment http://www.eldonhouse.ca/events or alarm 519-661-5169. Cost is $19.50 additional HST. (The London Chargeless Press)
THE GREAT ELDON HOUSE GHOST HUNT: One-hour guided bout is a attenuate befalling to see Eldon Abode 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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