This Weekend in London

weekend February

It’s Valentine’s Day weekend! Spread a little love throughout the city when you are out doing some of these fun things!

London Golf Show and Sale

If you or your Valentine love to golf, this would be a great daytime outing! From 10-6pm Saturday and 10-5pm Sunday at the Western Fair District. Admission is free for children 4 and under, $5 for children 5-10, and $8 for everyone 11 and up.

Jersey Boys

Don’t miss this Broadway show, right here in London! Jersey Boys is taking over the Budweiser Gardens with shows on Friday at 8:00pm, Saturday at 2:00pm and 8:00pm, and Sunday at 1:00pm and 7:00pm. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Bud Gardens box office. Dinner packages are available if you’d like to make it a date night!

Community CPR Day

What better way to spend the weekend of hearts, than by learning to restart a heart? The City of London Aquatic Services Department is hosting two days of CPR certification clinics. Register for your 2.5 hour class for only $5! Must be at least 10 years old. Locations vary around the city.

Really Chilly Road Race

The Really Chilly Road Race is happening this Sunday, beginning at the Western Fair District. Register TODAY for the 10K, 5K, 1 mile or kiddy trot. Dress warmly and have fun! If you’re not into running, come to cheer on the runners and stay for the winterfest fun. There will be lots of winter activities and food!

The Next Step Live on Stage

If you were lucky enough to get tickets, The Next Step will be at Centennial Hall this Sunday for two sold out shows! The Family Channel’s dance show will be performing hits from the show, solos and group numbers, as well as

 

Community CPR Day

CPR Day

There is no better way to spend your Family Day weekend than to spend it learning how to save their lives if it was ever needed. The City of London Aquatic Services is hosting a Community CPR Day on both Saturday, February 14 and Sunday, February 15.

For just $5 per person, you can register for a 2.5 hour CPR clinic and learn the essential skills to help save a life. At the end, you will have your CPR-A certification! This is open to everyone 10 years and older.

The CPR Clinics will be held throughout the day in multiple locations around the city: Canada Games Aquatic Centre, Earl Nichols Arena, North London Optimist Community Centre, Kinsmen Recreation Centre, Carling Heights Optimist Community Centre, and South London Community Pool.

You must register in advance and spaces have begun to fill up. If you have ever considered taking a CPR course or have in the past but it has expired, this is a fantastic opportunity to get certified, get educated and be prepared.

For a full list of locations and times or to register, go to the City of London website HERE.