128 Canadian Flags were unfurled along Windsor’s riverfront as tribute to Canadian Veterans killed and missing in action during annual Flags of Remembrance ceremony.
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.
The Canada South Blues Society hosted the Riverside Blues Festival featuring Memphis Bluesman Brandon Santini in support of Operation Feed The Hungry, and Coats For Kids.
The Windsor and District Labour Council’s annual Labour Day Parade and Picnic brought out thousands of community members in a show of solidarity.
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.
FIFI, one of only two airworthy WWII B-29 Bombers, circled over Windsor on Monday afternoon before landing. It is open for public tours and flights at the CH2A Hangar.
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 Throne of Grace Church’s 24 Hour Marathon of Praise and Worship filled downtown Windsor with the music and vocals of the Restoration House Choir.
Liuna 625’s 12th Annual 24 Hour Drum Marathon with Jeff Burrows announced the event raised a record shattering $40,000 for local charities,
The 8th Annual Bob Probert Memorial Ride announced that former NHL enforcer Scott Parker and Detroit’s WRIF radio personality Meltdown are this year’s Road Captains.