Bring the family to Museum London for a fun afternoon of FREE exhibition-related activities and art-making inspired by Canada Day.

Museum London is hosting an afternoon of completely free arts activities from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm
The first 100 people to enter the Museum will get a free maple sugar leaf!
Take a selfie with the one thousand flags that will be lining our front walkway.
Sit for a lightning-fast 'flash portrait' drawn by London artist Awadh Baryoum. Donations for portraits will be given to a charity.
Find the life-sized bonfire built by Quebec artists BGL and learn about all our exhibitions on the hourly guided tours.
See Canada Day through the eyes of newcomer Canadians from Syria during our writing activity "Arabic Wishes" where participants will learn how to write their wishes in Arabic.
Take part in the People's Forest Project and create a personalized leaf to add to our tree sculptures.
We couldn't do July 1st without making some paper bag beavers! Visit our Crafty Canada Studio in the Lawson Gallery downstairs to make these and other art projects for all ages.
And we've got live music! Enjoy tunes by Marty Kolls on the piano, and The Averages with Taylor Holden in the Museum's Community Gallery.

Please note that the Rhino Lounge Bakery and Coffee Shoppe will be closed. All events are wheelchair accessible, indoors, and air-conditioned. If you have any questions please contact or 519-661-0333

This program is made possible by funding from the London Heritage Council and the Government of Canada.

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