At this year’s Windsor Summerfest at Riverfront Festival Plaza, the smiles, figuratively, stretched for miles, at the popular family summer festival at Riverfront Festival Plaza.
Organizers of the new Buskerville Festival in Walkerville are set to thrill audience of all ages during this free street event.The fun takes place on August 10-12, 2018.
Normally, with a turnout in the hundreds at Windsor Symphony Orchestra’s first free to all outdoor concert of the year, it would be said it was standing room only.
Toronto’s Great Lake Swimmers to perform with special guest Leighton Bain on June 2 at the Olde Walkerville Theatre, featuring songs from their next album, The Waves, The Wake.
Instructional artist José Seoane’s TimeRoom, an exhibit at the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts’ Noiseborder Festival stretched out over four days.
Local artist Jeffrey Gregory is finding success with his Art for Everything Gallery in Windsor’s Old Sandwich Town and plans to expand and include displaying other artists’ works.
The 43 Diverse Dimensions art exhibit by Holy Names Catholic High School students at Mackenzie Hall shows eclectic imaginations of the newest members of the local art community.
Set in a long-term care home, Korda Artistic Productions takes a startling funny and engaging look at the love affairs of two characters with Alzheimer’s Disease in “Strangers Among Us.”
Olde Sandwich Towne Farmer’s Market (West Windsor Farmers Market) now open for 2018, features meat pies, plants, flowers, produce, and more among local vendors and products.
Windsor’s Riverfront Theatre Company will bring the fast-paced nostalgic musical “Seussical” to the Olde Walkerville Theatre. Here’s how Dr. Seuss would write the promo for the show.