All Londoners Welcome to Urban League’s 50th Party

On Saturday, September 28, at 7 pm, the Urban League of London is throwing a big party at Museum London in celebration of 50 years as an organization. Everyone is welcome and there is no charge for admission

Saturday, September 28, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Museum London’s Centre at the Forks
RSVP required via Eventbrite

FREE admission & hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, a DJ taking us through the decades, & a floor show designed by the London Arts Council. Save your place today and see you there!

Agenda for September 17, 2019 Meeting at the Roundhouse

Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 7PM-8:15PM, The Roundhouse, at 240 Waterloo Street

The follow items have been brought forward discussion at our meeting this coming Tuesday:

  • Community building with the Simcoe Gardens community (with special guest Tim Smuck, Community Engagement Manager, London & Middlesex Community Housing)
  • Brainstorming creative workarounds for increasing the availability of fresh produce (fruit and vegetables) in the neighbourhood
  • Considering a potential community response to the dangerous/problematic traffic visibility at the intersection of Waterloo and Horton
  • Organizational updates on the community association operations

Looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday!

(For planning ahead: Following the meeting this Tuesday, September 17, the next meeting will be on Thursday, November 21, 2019, 7PM-8:15PM, Childreach)

Today in Soho!

Between Noon and 3 PM today, 90 volunteer students from Western University will create a ‘neighbourhood-sized’ chalk art installation in our community, using the sidewalks of Soho as a canvas to share centuries of inspirational thoughts and quotes. Look for your favourite quote! Or maybe find a new one? This fun, community project is a joint collaboration between Soho and Western’s Oserves week.

While you are out and about, also be sure to stop by the Soho tent at the Back to School Community party at Dundas Place today, which runs until 2 PM. (Pick up a free neighbourhood map, while supplies last)

Neighbourhood Decision Making 2019 is now accepting ideas for neighbourhood projects

Neighbourhood Decision Making is an opportunity for London residents to democratically decide how to spend a portion of the City’s budget on real projects to help make our neighbourhoods even better.

A total of $250,000 is available across the city with a maximum of $30,000 per project.

Learn more and submit a proposal at getinvolved.london.ca/ndm

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