Join us for the 8th year of
The Grickle Grass Festival
We have an exciting, fun-filled roster of daytime activities for children and families at the Children's Museum!
See the full line-up for Grickle Grass at Night.
Poster artwork by Sherry Garcia of Kisses for Pennies.
The Grickle Grass Festival by LondonFuse
Grickle Talks 2017: Dr. Seuss Named My Music Festival
By: Dave Knill
The Grickle Grass Festival takes its name from the 1971 Dr Seuss book The Lorax. The story is a cautionary children’s tale about society losing its connection to nature. All for the purpose of chopping down the very last Truffula tree in order to produce Thneeds, a very versatile garment. Now – the Truffula trees, as everyone knows, used to stand down “where the Grickle Grass grows…” Read more.
Grickle Talks 2017: Versa
By: Angela McInnes
Grickle Talks 2017: Yessica Woahneil
By: Hashini Oshadi
Grickle Talks 2017: Roozbeh Showleh
By: Amanda Fogaca
Roozbeh Showleh is a well-known figure in the London, ON music scene. If you’re a vinyl lover, chances are you have been to his store Runout Records at 122 Dundas Street. If you haven’t and are curious, we got you covered: Fuse Contributor Ioulia Krisak talked to Roozbeh about his store and his love for music earlier this year. Read more.
Grickle Talks 2017: Richard Laviolette
By: Loulia Krisak