The Canadian Historical Aircraft Association joined the nationwide Bells Of Peace honouring local Veterans and marking the 100th anniversary of WWI ending.
Giles Campus French Immersion Public School students sing for peace during Windsor Peace Coalition’s Never Again Remembrance Day event in downtown Windsor.
Windsor Historical Society’s Annual Veterans Appreciation Luncheon, dubbed the “largest living history classroom in Canada,” brought local students and veterans together.
The public is invited to join the Windsor Peace Coalition, the downtown artist studio, one ten park and members of Windsor’s Women in Black for Never Again! events in Windsor.
A listing of Remembrance Day ceremonies, services and events taking place around Windsor Essex County. This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the end of WWI.
Saturday is last call at the Downtown Windsor Farmers Market. Three extra weekends were added this successful year, with the final market to feature a Halloween theme.
Michael Barclay, author of a Gord Downie and Tragically Hip biography, was joined by Dan Macdonald and Allesandro Rotondi, for a panel discussion during Bookfest Windsor.
During Bookfest Windsor, author Shawna Lemay and publisher Hazel Miller led a Connecting With Your Publisher workshop attended mainly by aspiring authors.
The first ever Walk For Freedom in Windsor Essex brought the community together to raise human trafficking awareness and rally in support of human slavery victims.
A complete guide to scary things to do in Windsor Essex during Halloween from haunted houses to fun for families and kids there’s lots of spooky fun for everyone!