Canada Day, Eh!

What a great weekend soaking up the sunshine and enjoying cold drinks with friends on the Rotary Square! A big thanks to all the Southern Ontario craft breweries (and cidery/winery, seltzer, food and all the vendors) that made the London Beer Fest what it was! For all the guests that came to Beer Fest, these businesses are all less than 2 hours from London, or right in London! Now it's time to do some exploring and show these great businesses your support.    


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. The festivities are designed to be a celebration of the rich cultural mosaic of people that calls the Forest City, home. Honoring the people and communities that came before us and appreciating their many contributions to the Canada we all enjoy today. Learn about our past and acknowledge that it was not perfect, however, through mutual respect, we can come together and appreciate each other’s heritage. Get involved to connect with others who share your own heritage and experience the culture of so many others. Night Market London is celebrated on June 30th, and Canada Day London is celebrated on July 1st each year.


Attending Vendors

  • Storm Stayed Brewing
  • Forked River Brewing
  • Alton Farms Estate Winery
  • Heritage Hops
  • Bold Apple
  • Tropikus


Night Market London 7pm-11pm

Canada Day London 12pm-10pm


*Please be aware the Covent Garden Market closes at 6pm on Thursday, June 30th & will be closed all day Friday, July 1st. There will be no access to the inside building during this event.*


This is the list, folks! See who you can find at the Farmers’ Market this Saturday, July 2nd! Click on their names to find information on pre-orders and to learn more about their farms and businesses!



Check out their websites for more information about their products and to see what’s in season/currently available!


No Farmers’ Market last Saturday means Killdeer Food Company has an excess of lettuce this week, and will be offering romaine hearts – three crispy and blanched centre of the lettuce. This is another one to try on the grill! Drizzle with olive oil and salt and sear it on medium heat – the centre stays protected and warmly crispy, while the outside gets salty and caramelized. You can stay the Caesar course with the dressing and use something creamy and cheesy or use something a little sweet like a honey dijon.


Sungold Market Garden has some new veg hitting the Farmers’ Market this weekend! New things this week include; the first green beans, radicchio, and cabbage. They will also have snap peas, new potatoes, sprouting broccoli, beets, carrots, salad mix, spinach, fennel, kale, chard, romaine, garlic scapes, spring onions, and more!


Thames River Melons will have fresh, juicy strawberries for sale this Saturday!


This Saturday, join us in the market kitchen for our cooking class hosted by Ankita Vaidya. Ankita will be demonstrating how to make…

July Cooking Class Schedule

July 2nd | Ankita Vaidya

  • Prawns & Veggie Stir-Fry in Sweet Chili Thai Sauce, served with Steamed Rice

July 9th | Kimi Abdullah

  • Delicious Dips (Red Pepper Feta & Spicy Dill Labneh)

July 16th | Kimi Abdullah

  • TBD

July 23th | Kimi Abdullah

  • TBD

July 30th | Himadri Vyas

  • Mixed Vegetable Paneer Butter Masala & Paratha


Orlando Valencia will be performing this Saturday, July 2nd from 8:30am to 1:00pm on the Rotary Square.

“We are professional Latin American musicians who have been playing Latin American dance music for the past 25 years in London and South Western Ontario, we (Orlando and Orlando Sr) cover music from all regions of Latin America, we play both as duet and as a 5 piece Latin orchestra, Salsa, Merengue, Cha Cha, Samba, & Mariachi music.


London is my home and base, have lived here all my life and am proud to represent my Latin Canadian culture through my music and have made it my mission to help diversify London through my heritage. I am proud to say I have made my living as a musician in London and South Western Ontario.”


Join us this Saturday, July 2nd for our Pop Up Artisan Market upstairs in the Mezzanine from 10am to 2pm! We’ve got a stellar group of local artisans ready to help you find unique gifts for baby showers, bridal showers, birthdays, or even just to spoil yourself!


We will have kids craft corner from 10am to 2pm as well as local musicians performing upstairs in the Blue Lounge from 10am to 12pm to make your Saturday stroll through the market that much more enjoyable!

  • Date: July 2
  • Location: Upstairs; Mezzanine
  • Time: 10AM to 2PM

Participating Vendors

Check out what vendors will be here below! Click on their name, give them a follow, and check out some of the items they have to offer!

Cora & Co; polymer clay accessories

Pixie Painthings; foraged botanical resin jewelry & art

Oh That’s Neatclay jewelry & accessories

Sophie Magic Bow; Brazilian handmade kids accessories

Almarie Accessories; polymer clay accessories

Simple Key Home Décor; farmhouse + vintage + modern

Artful Designer; handmade seed paper creations for all occasions

Heart of Gold Honey; 100% pure local honey

Craftyma’s Creation’s by JJ; personalized, uplifting handmade gifts

Clare Mitchell Designs; illustrated gifts 

Stitch by Stitch Baby Boutique; handmade baby and toddler clothing & accessories

Ghosted; small batch hot sauce

MADart London; art

Sirena Aguilar; acrylic canvas art

Painted Butler; refurbished & upcycled thrifted small furniture, décor and linens

Sacred Grace; handmade offerings for the mind, body and soul infused with crystals, oils and herbs

Fire Within Jewelry; gemstone bracelets for the soul


Travis Beatty will be performing this Saturday, July 2nd from 10am to 12pm upstairs in the Blue Lounge.

Travis Beatty aims to show London and the world what a man with a ukulele can do. With 4 strings and a soul that will fill, but also break, hearts Travis Beatty (aka B TEA), resides in London, Ontario and always aims to impress. With many covers as well as originals, he puts a different style and sound to everything he plays. From hit songs in rock, alternative, indie, pop and hip hop, he is slowly becoming a human radio.


Help Naturopathy For All make Naturopathic Medicine accessible to everyone by joining us for food, music and local vendors this Saturday July 2nd 4-8pm outside on Rotary Square!