Happy Mother’s Day!

Hello May 🌸 What a great weekend at the Market! The sun was out, and we kicked off our festival season in style - with a great turnout at both the Spring Market and Cinco de Mayo! The indoor market was also buzzing with excitement!☀️ If you missed out on the festivities last weekend, there are many more events taking place this Spring! 🌷
🍅 Outdoors Farmers Market
  • EVERY Saturday: 8am-1pm
💃 Soca Dance Fitness ($10/person)
  • May 11, 18, 25: 11AM-11:45AM
🙏 Yoga Classes ($10 - registration required)
  • May 15, 22, 29: 6PM-6:45PM
💐 The Mom Market
  • May 11: 3PM-7PM
  • June 1: 3PM-7PM
🌱 London Bonsai Show
  • June 8: 8AM-6PM
  • June 9: 11AM-4PM
🎉 London Multicultural Festival
  • June 9: 11AM-7PM
🌿 Naturopathy for All
  • June 22: 12PM-5PM
💖 Sokoni Market
  • June 29: 3PM-7PM

Mother's Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’ve haven’t gotten a gift yet…no worries, we’ve got you covered! ✨ There are so many unique finds in the Market that will surely bring a smile to mom’s face! Here are just a few gift ideas:

💎 Jewelry from Adorn by Pree
💐 Bouquet from Bloomers at the Market
🧼 Bath Bombs & Shower Pucks from Of the Earth Co.
💌 Cards & other goodies from Magpies Collected Creations
🍫 Chocolates from Chocolate Factory
🌵 Plants & Flowers from Forget-Me-Not Flowers
🖋️ Custom Engraved Items from Guindon Creations

…and so much more! Show mom some love with a special gift from the market this Mother’s Day! 💝

Cinco de Mayo!

This past Sunday, we celebrated the rich culture and heritage of Mexico with our Cinco de Mayo event! It was a family-friendly fiesta full of delicious foods, refreshing drinks, vibrant music, and a mariachi band! 🎺

From a bouncy castle to face painting, there were activities for the whole family🎈

La Burreria and La Parrillada were cooking up a storm with flavourful dishes from tacos, guacamole and more 🌮 while New Delhi Deli & Tropikups kept us refreshed with tasty fruit slushies and ice teas🍹🍍



Spring Market Vibes

The Spring Market was also a hit this past weekend with amazing local artisans & authors, beautiful florals from Bloomers & Forget-me-Not, flower-shaped cookies, live music and a colourful balloon photo op! From beautiful paintings, to scrunchies and jewelry, there were tons of unique gift ideas for mom! The Spring vibes were immaculate🌸


Here’s the list folks! Below is everyone you can find at the Farmers’ Market this Saturday, May 11th 8am to 1pm. Click on their names for more information! Live music from Jaidyn D’entremont 8:30am to 10:30am and Phil Kikuchi 11am to 1pm!

Pop Up Vendors

  • Mia’s Paws
  • Pleasure Candles Co
  • London Sourdough
  • Grecian Beadworks


Join us in the market kitchen for our cooking class hosted by Jaime Pena. Jaime will be demonstrating how to make Puff Pastry Appetizer Bites.


  • Saturday, May 11 | Jaime Pena – Puff Pastry Appetizer Bites
  • Saturday, May 18 | Nancy Salamanca – Tiramisu
  • Saturday, May 25 | Polina Shadman – Eggplant Dips and appetizers

Doors open at 10:40am, class starts at 11am. No registration is required. First come, first served.


Join us outside on the Rotary Square for a local vendor market hosted by The Mom Market London this Saturday 3pm to 7pm! Make sure to follow them on Instagram for more information on attending vendors! Shop local from an amazing assortment of small businesses and talented handmakers. Find one of a kind items and make memories with your family, all while supporting #locallondon!


Oh, hello future yogi, Tarot Flows is not your regular yoga class! Each journaling yoga class starts with an angel card message in a candlelit setting. Now, you have something to translate into your life and reflect on your journal during the class.

Tarot Flows has one clear objective: to bring positive change into our community.

Yoga with Tarot Flows Classes:

  • Helps overcoming stress, and dissociation from the self.
  • Actively works on the themes such as letting go, anxiety, self love, and being in the present moment.
  • Integrates positive thinking, writing and deep stretching.
  • Supports personal growth.
  • Helps embracing true self.
  • Aspires for students to leave each class with a smile, confidence, and motivation.
  • Creates space for self reflection and self acceptance.


May 2024 Schedule:

  • May 15, Wednesday Candlelit Journaling Yoga | Letting Go
  • May 22, Wednesday Candlelit Journaling Yoga | Accepting Change
  • May 29, Wednesday Candlelit Journaling Yoga | Loving Yourself Again

June 2024 Schedule:

  • June 5, Wednesday Candlelit Journaling Yoga for Anxiety
  • June 12, Wednesday Candlelit Journaling Yoga | Being in the Present Moment
  • June 26, Wednesday Candlelit Journaling Yoga | Releasing the Fear

Investment on Your Wellbeing

  • First 2 Classes | Free-of-charge
  • Drop-Ins | $10
  • 3 Non-Expiring Class Pass | $24
  • 7 Non-Expiring Class Pass | $49

To register for any class, kindly contact with @tarotflows on Instagram or you can do drop-in any day. It is highly recommended to register prior to the classes for any updates about the classes. You can purchase class passes through the link provided on the Instagram bio, INTERAC e-transfer or payment in cash upon or prior to the classes.

“Integrating journaling into a yoga practice brings enhanced well-being and personal growth. Pennebaker and Beall (1986) found that regular journaling can lead to improved mood, reduced stress levels, and enhanced immune function.”

“I am thrilled to embark on the journey of creating my own personal yoga brand, dedicated to serving the community with transformative benefits. With Tarot Flows, I am dedicated to bringing like-minded individuals together. My vision is to create a space where people can authentically connect with themselves, find inner peace, and integrate their learnings into their daily lives.”

– Lily, Yoga Teacher and the Founder of Tarot Flows


The Polish Combatants’ Association Br. 2 London invites you to learn a little about Poland during May Polish Heritage Month through various displays.

Saturday, May 4; POLOSKA – POLAND

Saturday, May 18; “Solidarity” the start of the downfall of Communism in Eastern Europe

Saturday, May 25; 3rd of May Constitution, the first modern constitution in Europe, and second constitution in the world after the USA.


We’ve all seen the drool worthy loaves of sourdough bread on social media and other amazing creations people are coming up with these days, they make it look so easy!

Master Sourdough Success in 1 Workshop! Gain Confidence to Bake with Ease! 

We’ve all seen the drool worthy loaves of sourdough bread on social media and other  amazing creations people are coming up with these days, they make it look so easy!  If you’ve been wanting to learn how to make sourdough this workshop is for you!

By the end of the Sourdough for Beginners workshop not only will you have prepared your first dough for a loaf of bread, you’ll have all the tools you’ll need to continue on your baking journey when you go home!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to kickstart your sourdough journey with hands-on learning, expert guidance, and a community of like-minded enthusiasts.

No need to scramble for supplies—I’ve got you covered. To Follow along with Jill, follow her on Instagram – @sourdough.with.jill

Spaces are limited, click here to register for Saturday, May 18th 2:30pm – 4:30pm!

Nominate a local Food System Champion

Since 2018, the Middlesex London Food Policy Council (MLFPC) leads a campaign called Food System Champions.

MLFPC’s Food System Champions Awards recognize individuals and groups who are leaders, advocates or change makers in our local food system.

Champions selected are profiled on the MLFPC website and through our social media. And they are eligible to win a gift basket of local food products, some of which are generously donated by ML businesses and/or organizations.

Why? It was revealed in our latest 2022 Community Food Assessment that a lot of great work is happening in ML but not much is known about it. This fits in with the priorities of the MLFPC: to communicate and educate on relevant and timely food issues and activities, to empower our citizens to be involved and to be recognized for this.

Who? Any individual or group involved with food from growing, processing, distributing, educating about, serving food, improving access and/or reducing food waste and more, can be a Food System Champion. Details about previous recipients of this recognition can be found on the MLFPC website and social media!

When?  Nominations open April 16th to May 31st!

How? Nominate a group, an individual, a company or self-nominations also acceptable.

Access the nomination form at