Windsor’s highly acclaimed flashback to the 1960s rock band British Beat 66 is back and are set to perform newly added songs to their repertoire at the Lion’s Head Tavern.
La Vern’s Market in downtown Windsor, located in the Security Building, is a fully curated bodega, and the first grocery store to grace the core in a considerable period of time.
Singer songwriter Chris Bolister recently performed at Oxley Estate Winery, He has London, England roots which go deep and he is happy to be back entertaining.
Spirits of Sandwich: Special Summer Edition, A Walking Ghost Story led by actor Rob Tymec will take those brave enough on walking tour through Windsor’s Old Sandwich Town.
Set to be a thetrical triumph, Negatunity, the dark humourous play postponed three times will finally premier online, brilliantly revealing clues leading to the main character’s demise.
The numbers are in and Windsor’s Moose Lodge No.1499’s annual Toys 4 Tots fundraiser, despite being changed because of the pandemic, was a resounding success in 2020.
Canadian music icon Carl Dixon performed in Windsor as part of Harvey’s RV cross nation tour honouring front-line grocery store workers and offering free “Thanks Burgers.”
Windsor pianist David Faulkner covers composer George Gershwin’s “I Got Rhythm” in a video so it could be shared and make people “instantly happy” despite the pandemic.
Live entertainment returns to Windsor, now in Stage 3 of pandemic reopening plans. Musician Dave Russell was among those performing in downtown Windsor on Friday.
Despite the pandemic the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association’s 5th Annual Ouellette Car Cruise ended up with a record turnout and lots of smiling faces.