Old East Village lies just east of downtown London, Ontario. It is bordered to the north by the CP rail yard at Central Ave, to the west by Adelaide Street, to the south by the CN rail lines at York St and to the east by Ashland Ave on the north side of Dundas St. and the CN/CP feeder lines at Kelloggs on the south side of Dundas St. The Old East Village Community Association (OEVCA) was formed in January of 2003.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

December 2011 Newsletter

 December 2011 Newsletter
Your Feedback Welcome. P2
More Officers on The Streets. P2
Save Lorne Ave School! P2
Presidents Corner. P3
Famous Old East Lion Stolen! P4
Yuk Yuk’s Grand Opening.P4
Palace Theatre, Treasure Island. P5 Old East Village News
Advertising Information
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BAC Programs coming Soon! P6
Happenings at Lorne Ave. P7
Kids in the Community. P7
Whats On, Events and Dates. P8
Old East Entertainment. P10
Why Shop Local? P11
LIHC Health Care: Diabetes. P11

Friday, December 2, 2011



Lorne Avenue School, located in the Old East Village, not only has a long history in the community but one that includes it functioning as a ‘community school’ or ‘neighbourhood hub’ for many years. Recent declining enrolments across Ontario have made it necessary for us to re-think how Lorne Ave. will continue to meet the challenges facing itsstudents, the community and the TVDSB. This document is presented as an exploration of what the future Lorne Avenue School could look like. It will outline our vision for the future, pertinent history, official support for the school as a ‘hub’, a discussion of the ‘hub’ concept, a thematic summary of our “community conversations”, and recommendations for how we move forward.

For the full document click here: Lorne Avenue School Community Hub Document