LAMBETH - Formerly a small town on the outskirts of London - Annexed by London on January 1, 1993 - Celebrated its 200th anniversary of settlement in 2009
Lambeth offers the unique experience of small-town life with city amenities nearby. The neighbourhood comes together every fall to celebrate its agricultural past with Harvestfest. The festival generally takes place the first week after Labour Day and offers many activities such as a baseball tournament, an adult dance, teen dance, and pre-teen dance, parade, occasional rides for kids, pancake breakfast for the town, auto show and shine, as well as two beer tents in different locations featuring a live band all day and night.
Gorgeous, historical century homes with large, treed lots is the general style of the area. To the south of the neighbourhood is the 402 Highway, for added convenience.
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