Amateur Astronomy Club based in London, Ontario.
Glasfax ("a friendly association of glass enthusiasts, collectors and researchers") is an association for those interested in the history of glass, especially the preservation and history of Canadian glass. At present, the club has a branch in Toronto, and one in London. The beautiful locked glass display case on the third floor of the Central Library was a gift to the Library from Glasfax members.
The TVTA organizes a variety of hikes year round ranging from very easy to very difficult. In winter some cross country ski and snow shoeing outings are included.
The London Curling Club will strive to be recognized as a leader in encouraging all the attributes of "good curling" among its members, in promoting curling as a sport for members of all ages to enjoy, and in developing curling in the community as a preferred source of winter exercise and enjoyment.
L.D.B.A. is the governing body for competitive baseball in London, Ontario and surrounding area.
The club was established in 1992 as a meeting place for amateur and professional videographers working in all forms of digital media, who are interested in improving their video production and keeping abreast of the rapidly changing technology in this field. The Club meets the second Wednesday of each month from September to June at:JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENTWharncliffe Rd. at Riverside Dr.Meetings start at 7:30 PM.
The home page of the London Camera Club containing information for photo-enthusiasts of all levels of experience. The page includes club information, events, members portfolios and web sites. It also includes links to other photography sites, both national and international.
Affiliated with the Canadian Kennel Club, this group organizes London area dog shows.
The Association was created to promote the development of London’s off-leash parks for dogs and provides maps to current and future park sites. It encourages responsible dog ownership and supports the interests of dog owners with respect to facilities, policies and practices in cooperation with the City of London and the London community. ‘Canine Curriculum’ covers such topics as what to consider before adopting a dog, the costs of good dog care and safety topics.
Established in 1956 the Society’s main objective is to promote interest in the breeding and raising of tropical fish and to provide a forum in which hobbyists may exchange ideas, gain information and display their fish, sharing them with the public in the London area.