Festival Events Ontario Achievement Awards earned by The Downtown Windsor BIA for Winter Fest and Amherstburg for their River Lights and Uncommon Festivals.
Local sports teams were all smiles while wearing team jerseys, holding up signs, cheering and having fun during Rogers Hometown Hockey Parade of Champions in Lasalle.
The biggest Bright Lights Windsor display kicked off with Mayor Drew Dilkens pushing a big red button to officially open the 2019/2020 edition of the festival at Jackson Park.
Bookfest Windsor 2019 kicked off with a panel discussion of the life of American Black literature author Toni Morrison and her books, led by Vincent Georgie and Leslie McCurdy.
Henry Ford Museum’s Hallowe’en In Greenfield Village is filled with fantastic sights and fun for families to enjoy this Halloween season on the other side of the border.
Windsor Parade Corporation in collaboration with Kingsville District High School’s Tech Zone have revealed a new sleigh students built for this year’s Santa Claus Parade series.
Windsor’s second Ribfest and Craft Beer Festival of the year by Northern Heat Rib Series, brings a wonderful opportunity to sample food and beverages not from these parts.
Inaugural Forks & Barrels Tour stop in Windsor brings a weekend of eclectic mix of food, beverage, entertainment and fun activities to Windsor’s Riverfront Festival Plaza.
The 32nd edition of the St. Angela Merici Festival along Erie Street and benefiting St. Angela Catholic Church, brought lots of fun, smiles, and Italian culture to Windsor’s Via Italia.
The Kingsville Tall Ships Festival will host a fleet of magnificent tall ships, including iconic Canadian Bluenose II and it’s Windsor MRA Canada built mobile museum exhibit.