4th Greenford Scouts are holding a table, tombola and food sale on Saturday April 13.
It will be from 10.15am to 1.15pm outside the Methodist Church, Ruislip Road.
Come along and support your local Scout group and learn more about joining Scouts.
The Seven last Words on the Cross, an orchestral work with readings, will be held on Friday to celebrate Easter.
The Bar in Church Road, Northolt, is the place to be on Friday night when rock outfit Rotten Hill Gang crash in.
The five piece who have worked with Mick Jones from The Clash and Hard Fi's Richard Archer will play from 9pm.
One year on from the Ealing riots, community figureheads have got together to put on a varied programme of free summer events for young people.
Conscientious adults in Greenford have been determined to engage with bored youngsters, some of whom were caught up in last August's disorder.
A family fun day celebrating plans to rebuild a run-down estate hopes to bring its residents together this weekend.
Friends and family living on Rectory Park Estate, in Ruislip Road, Northolt, will enjoy a bumper day of activities on Saturday (28) with music, face painting, karaoke, balloon modelling, Zumba dancing and a mini Olympic Games tournament.
A water-bound operatic spectacle based on the enchanting poem The Owl and the Pussycat sails into Greenford this weekend.
Produced by the Royal Opera House, the free 35-minute opera performance is making its way around the capital's canals as part of the London 2012 Festival.
Hundreds of revellers headed to Ravenor Park this weekend for a jam-packed day of global music, fair ground rides and family fun.
Greenford Carnival returned for another great year on Saturday (30) when local bands and dance troupes took to the main stage to entertain guests.
Bollywood choreographer Jay Kumar from Northolt will MC the Big Dance Opening Night in Hounslow this weekend.
The bhangra dancer will host the night of live dance and free workshops in Lampton Park on Saturday (07) from 7pm till late.
Ealing Mencap's inclusive band hope to perform to a thunderous crowd when Greenford Carnival kicks off tomorrow (Saturday).
I Love Thunder will light up the main stage for a second time when the annual party arrives in Ravenor Park from 12-7pm.
Gazette reporter POPPY BRADBURY is set to race the first ever Ealing Half Marathon on September 30. In her first weekly training blog, she finds getting started takes a bit of preparation.
Like any true procrastinator, this week has been all about spending every spare moment doing anything but actually going to the gym.