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Spectra at Budweiser Gardens is aware of the recent concerns surrounding confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ontario. We consider the health and wellbeing of our guests and staff a top priority. Effective March 28, 2020, the Government of Ontario has prohibited organized public events and social gatherings of more than 5 people. Given the current COVID-19 climate, the Middlesex-London Health Unit advises limiting all nonessential events of any size.
Please keep an eye on your email, our website and social media for updates on upcoming events at Budweiser Gardens as we monitor the current COVID-19 situation and follow the direction from health officials.
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While we can’t open our doors to you just yet, we still want to bring you entertainment! As the nation adjusts to the new reality of life at home, several artists and musical institutions are taking the show online to share some musical joy during these trying times.
The entertainment world has come together during this time and thanks to their dedication and creativity, there are plenty of things you can watch from the comfort of your couch. From Miley Cyrus to the Harlem Globetrotters, there is something for everyone!
For a list of local artists performing on Facebook live CLICK HERE
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In June, Canadians celebrate National Indigenous History Month to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. It is also an opportunity to recognize the strength of present-day Indigenous communities.
National Indigenous History Month is a time for learning about, appreciating and acknowledging the contributions First Nations, Inuit and Métis people have made in shaping Canada.
On Saturday, June 6, 2020, thousands of people gathered in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in Victoria Park and the weekend’s rally has taught us that we need to continue to take action.
Budweiser Gardens and Spectra have a responsibility to the diverse communities in which we live and work. To champion social justice, equality and meaningful change. To call out and condemn racism, hatred and violence. We must redirect the roar of the crowd to now demand real, systemic change. We stand with our colleagues, partners and neighbours as we make our voices heard and challenge injustice.
We've compiled some resources to help amplify forces for change in our community and within Canada, from donating to educational tools and more.
It is normal to feel anxious, stressed and lonely during these uncertain times. Increased isolation, change in routine, and fear can all have a major impact on our well-being. Although we can’t always control external events, we can control how we respond to them. Here are some tips from the Canadian Mental Health Association on how to regain power during these difficult times.