Western to host forum on sexual violence prevention

Western University will host a forum, “Consent & Compassion: Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence At Western” on Monday, October 26, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Great Hall, Somerville House (campus map). Dr. Rachel Alicia Griffin, anti-gender violence advocate and survivor, is the keynote speaker. The event will also include a panel discussion Read More

National Tree Day – Tree Giveaway

National Tree Day is September 23 and the City of London, in partnership with ReForest London, is celebrating by giving away complimentary trees to London residents. Saplings in 3-5 gallon pots will be distributed at four locations in London on September 23: Argyle Mall (in centre of Clarke Road parking lot; near Staples & The Dollar Read More

Western’s response to the Syrian humanitarian crisis

  For a number of years, Western University has been involved in efforts to support refugees in crisis from around the world. In response to the Syrian humanitarian crisis specifically, the Western University community is responding in the following ways: REFUGEE SPONSORSHIP FUND Western, led by the Faculty of Social Science and in partnership with Read More

Borrow Free Digital Movies, Music, eBooks and more, 24/7 with your Library Card!

What’s the Hoopla? It’s a revolutionary digital service bringing you hundreds of thousands of movies, full music albums, audiobooks and more through your Library. It’s here right now in your library’s digital collection. Sign up today! From Hollywood blockbusters to best-selling artists and authors (not just the hits but also the niche and hard-to-find), you’ll Read More

Business Spotlight: The Muze

The Muze

DANCING ON DUNDAS! Discover The Muze downtown! BY LOUISE PYNE   The Muze in downtown London has synergy. It comes from the eclectic mix of talent, education and professional experience that co-owners Leah Gretchell and Dorit Osher bring to their new dance and living arts hub at 242 Dundas Street. Both instructors lived and danced abroad Read More

Celebrate Science Literacy Week at the Library

Join us for science programs during Science Literacy Week, a Canada-wide celebration of science, September 21 to 27. We have programs for kids on electricity and simple machines, plus science films at different library locations. We even have a special program with London’s DHMakerBus just for adults on Wednesday, September 23. This is your chance Read More

Villanueva The Devil: Ontario Premiere of London Director’s Documentary

London Public Library and Forest City Modern are delighted to present Villanueva The Devil, a strikingly beautiful film that tells the story of the creation of Ciudad Universitaria (City of Learning) de Caracas, Venezuela, designed by Carlos Raul Villanueva, a leading Latin American architect of the 20th century. The building is recognized today as a Read More