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.
Pilots flew over Windsor Essex commemorating Snowbirds crash victims, frontline and essential workers, and local citizens working to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The community gathered to celebrate the Windsor Essex Black History Month kickoff with entertainment, socializing, and the launch of the 2020 Black History Month Event Guide.
Heimat Windsor Banquet Centre once again offers a little taste of a traditional German Christkindl Markt, a Christmas market, this season complete with Father Christmas himself.
Windsor’s Drouillard Rd. was full of activity on Saturday night as people enjoyed the inaugural Ford City Christmas Market and Bavarian Club’s 18th Anniversary Celebration.
Despite heavy snowfall people gathered at the City of Windsor Cenotaph to honour Canadian Military members past and present at the annual Remembrance Day Ceremony.
Now part of Artilicious Windsor for the second year in a row, the live art demo was the biggest attraction of the sixth annual edition of the area’s premier food and art event.
The first annual Water’s Edge Halloween Charity Bash attracted guests dressed in fantastic costumes for a night of fun benefiting four local charities chosen by UWindsor students.
The inaugural Bootleggers Bash celebrated the 100th anniversary of the start of US Prohibition and Windsor, Ontario’s connection to it in a speakeasy style event.
The fourth edition of Open Streets Windsor closed down streets across the city, making them only accessible to pedestrians, for another successful day of community enjoyment.