More than a 150 people participated in the Windsor Jeep Club’s 5th Annual Jeep Jam Poker Run in support of Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario brain injury programs.
Despite a little rain, the annual CIBC Run For The Cure in Windsor, Ontario went on with enthusiastic participants raising funds in the fight against breast cancer.
Most popular Doors Open Windsor stop in Sandwich Town, St. John’s Cemetery, has no doors. Olde Town Bake Shoppe was another interesting stop on the tour.
Austin Di Pietro and Andrew Adoranti of the Bishop Boys band, will make their headlining debut at Phog Lounge, with support from Crissi Cochrane, ahead of upcoming music releases.
The Color Run Windsor Hero Tour brought over 2,000 participants to Riverfront Festival Plaza and added a unique multi-colour dimension to the downtown core afterwards.
The inaugural Buskerville Festival in Walkerville drew a large audience putting miles of smiles on the faces of children of all ages while being a tribute to the late Mark Boscariol.
Community members gathered in Windsor at the J.P Wiser’s Experience Centre in a Toast To Detroit to celebrate their friendship with their American neighbours.
Windsor’s annual Classics Car Show in support of Make-A-Wish Southwestern Ontario has grown from into a staple on the local antique car circuit, with over 200 cars on display this year.
The historic Canadian Navy ship HMCS Oriole delights children and adults with tours while docked on Windsor, Ontario’s riverfront at Dieppe Park.
Winsor based playwright, Matthew St. Amand’s Shelter in Place, just opened and on opening night our review of the well written, well acted play, notes a most unexpected ending.