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.
Chimczuk Museum presents a room full of exhibits related to cursive writing titled “Reading and Writing the Old School Way.” The exhibit is on display until May 27, 2018.
On a short tour of Eastern Canada’s largest cities, Vancouver independent folk artist Jenny Banai has included a stop at Windsor’s Phog Lounge, which will include the music of kuri.
In this preview of the play Stop Kiss, Robert Tuomi explains why Windsor’s Post Productions’ well orchestrated production is an undeniable hit set to take audiences on an emotional rush.
Montreal’s Anemone to stop in Windsor with special guests, Lasalle’s Dane Roberts and Madeline Doornaert to open the show at the Windsor Beer Exchange on Thursday, May 10, 2018.
Four local authors and one from Hamilton to converge on Biblioasis during “All These Crooked Streets and Other Winding Roads” reading event on May 4, 2018.
The composition “From The New World” landed with the first man on the moon forty-nine years ago. Now Windsor Symphony Orchestra will perform this moon music from America’s past.
Old Sandwich Town”s historic Bedford United Church, infamous for It’s Prohibition era Rum Running and “Fighting Parson” connection, is set to host their annual ham dinner.
Organizers of the second annual 420 Festival in Windsor say it’s better and busier than last year’s inaugural effort. They expect next year to be even bigger when legalization begins.
Regina’s, Ava Wild, Brodie Moniker, and Bears in Hazenmore (with Windsor’s A Welcome Breeze), are making their way to Phog Lounge for back to back nights of Prairie music.