Community Messages

Monday, December 10
All day

Bathurst & Gore Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Bathurst Street and Gore Street in Amherstburg will be closed to all thru traffic commencing December 10 to facilitate sewer works. This intersection closure is expected to last 9 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences.

All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
12:00 PM

Burger Monday to support the Columbus Community Hall

12:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Burger Monday Every Monday from 12:00 to 2:00. $2.75 hamburger and $3.50 beer and well liquor. Proceeds are used to maintain the Columbus Community Hall.

Location/Venue Name
Knights of Columbus Council 2110 Columbus Community Hall

  • 190 Richmond Street , Amherstburg, N9V 1G4
03:00 PM

Greater Windsor Concert Band "C'Est Noel" Concert

03:00 PM — 04:30 PM

Cabaret-style family concert. Sunday Dec.10 3pm. Royal Canadian Legion Br. 261 Tecumseh. Special visit by Santa! For tickets and info call (519)995-0727 or visit www.greaterwindsorconcertband.ca

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legiona Br. 261

  • 12326 Lanoue St, Tecumseh, N8N 1N3
03:00 PM

Windsor Blood Donation Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Did you know that less than 4% of the eligible population donates blood.....you can help raise that number!  Blood has a shelf life and we need your help to meet demand.  Give the Gift of Life....donate blood. For more information or to book an appointment:  blood.ca | 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283)

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donation Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
Tuesday, December 11
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

All day

Bathurst & Gore Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Bathurst Street and Gore Street in Amherstburg will be closed to all thru traffic commencing December 10 to facilitate sewer works. This intersection closure is expected to last 9 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences.

All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
12:00 AM

Oasis Women's Choir of Windsor & Essex County - The Colours of Christmas - Concert

12:00 AM — 07:00 PM

The Oasis Women's Choir joyfully present The Colours of Christmas Concert A delightful selection of Christmas and Holiday music will be presented on December 11,7pm at St James Anglican 4276 Roseland Dr E.  We will also feature several delightful soloists, and a Holiday Sing Along to get everyone in the warm Holiday Spirit.   Also, join us afterwards for a reception, refreshments will be provided. Tickets $10 at the door

09:00 AM

EC Row Lane Reductions and Ramp Closures at Lauzon Parkway

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

There will be alternating lane and ramp closures on the EC Row Expressway on Tuesday, December 11 between 9am and 4pm. The first closures will affect one eastbound lane approaching the northbound off-ramp to Lauzon Parkway, and the northbound off-ramp will be closed as well.  Those closures will start at 9am, and drivers are encouraged to exit at Jefferson Boulevard as an alternate route. Once that work is complete, crews will re-open the lane and ramp, and they will then switch to the other side, closing one lane westbound and the southbound off-ramp. Please use extra caution in the area so crews can safely remove bridge-mounted signs. For more information on construction and detours, call 311 or see the City of Windsor Database and Map at citywindsor.ca.

11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Wednesday, December 12
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Bathurst & Gore Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Bathurst Street and Gore Street in Amherstburg will be closed to all thru traffic commencing December 10 to facilitate sewer works. This intersection closure is expected to last 9 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences.

11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
01:00 PM

Notice of Public Meeting: Windsor Police Services Board

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Wednesday, December 12 at 1:00 pm at Windsor Police Headquarters, 4th Floor Boardroom 150 Goyeau Street. To address the Board, please contact the Board Secretary in writing 8 days prior to meeting.

01:30 PM

Weekly Muscle Pump

01:30 PM — 02:30 PM

Join us every week for MUSCLE PUMP! Strengthen your muscles, bones, and joints as well as improve your posture and general health. Classes are run by a professional instructor and include exercises on chairs or standing, with or without light weights. Over time, balls, and elastic bands will be introduced. For more information, please email Iwona (Yvonne) at ilitwin@polishclubwindsor.ca. $30 / 5 classes or $7 drop-in Please bring your own small weights (or filled water bottles) and mat.

Location/Venue Name
Polish Club Windsor

  • 1275 Langlois Ave, Windsor, N8X 4L6
02:00 PM

Wings Wednesday at The Hut December 12 and 19

02:00 PM — 07:00 PM

16 wings for $12 at Branch12 from 2pm till 7pm so don`t chicken out, come in and enjoy our wings.

03:00 PM

Windsor Blood Donation Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Did you know that less than 4% of the eligible population donates blood.....you can help raise that number!  Blood has a shelf life and we need your help to meet demand.  Give the Gift of Life....donate blood. For more information or to book an appointment:  blood.ca | 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283)

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donation Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
07:00 PM

Amherstburg Freedom Museum's Christmas at the Museum

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

The Amherstburg Freedom Museum is hosting its annual Christmas at the Museum on Wednesday, December 12th at 7pm in the Nazrey A.M.E Church National Historic Site (277 King Street, Amherstburg).  The hour and a half program includes a performance by Brynda and Company who will perform traditional songs of the season and heart warming carols to start the holiday season off right. A dessert buffet will be served following the concert and we encourage guests to bring a canned good which will be donated to the Amherstburg Mission. This event is generously sponsored by the Detroit Memorial Park Association Inc., Dollars and Cents Investments Inc., and James H. Sutton Funeral Home.

Location/Venue Name
Amherstburg Freedom Museum

  • 277 King Street, Amherstburg, N9V 2C7
Thursday, December 13
All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Salvation Army - Christmas Kettle Campaign Kick Off

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Salvation Army will kick off its 2018 Christmas Kettle Campaign on Thursday, November 15 at the Windsor Spitfires game. The Spitfires captain will make the first donation to the campaign prior to puck drop. This year’s campaign goal is $320,000. “Our volunteers are the driving force behind this campaign. We have five-thousand volunteer hours to fill so we strongly rely on our compassionate bell ringers to donate their time,” says Shannon Wise, Salvation Army public relations representative. “If we have enough volunteers, we will be able to make sure no family or individual in Windsor goes without this Christmas. It’s a complete community effort that we deeply appreciate.” Donations from the annual Christmas campaign support The Salvation Army Windsor Centre of Hope food bank, community meal program, life skills programs and of course, food and toys at Christmas for low-income families in Windsor.   Last year 12,157 individuals received assistance from the food bank and 1,500 children received toys from The Salvation Army during the Christmas season. Kettle shifts begin on November 15 and end on Christmas Eve. To volunteer to be a bell ringer call (519) 971.5878, sign up online at www.windsorchristmaskettles.ca or email kettles@salvationarmywindsor.ca

All day

Rotary Club - Roger Mann Award Applications

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial is pleased to announce the annual "Rajbir (Roger) Mann International Service Award."  This award is meant to recognize a member of the Town of LaSalle who demonstrates energetic and enthusiastic volunteer service internationally.  If you would like to nominate a deserving candidate for this award, please write a letter of recommendation to the Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial. The deadline for applications is January 9, 2019. This award will be presented at the Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial's 12th Annual "Crystal Drop Gala" on February 9, 2019.  FQA's: 
  • Any citizen of the Town of LaSalle, 18 years of age may apply
  • Preference will be given to those who have worked on water, health, or education projects 
  • The Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial Awards Committee will conduct the section of the deserving candidate
  • Please include photographs and/or reports supporting the submission
  • Any questions can be sent to lasallecentennial@gmail.com

All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Bathurst & Gore Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Bathurst Street and Gore Street in Amherstburg will be closed to all thru traffic commencing December 10 to facilitate sewer works. This intersection closure is expected to last 9 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences.

All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Friday, December 14
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Bathurst & Gore Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Bathurst Street and Gore Street in Amherstburg will be closed to all thru traffic commencing December 10 to facilitate sewer works. This intersection closure is expected to last 9 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences.

All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Encouraging Kindness

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hey Students: Are you interested in geng together and doing something nice for someone in your community? The Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland is providing a limited number of grants in the amounts of $50 (max) to help you do an Act of Kindness. What is an act of kindness? It is an acon that you do to help another person; to brighten their day and make them feel appreciated. You do this act of kindness without expecting anything back for yourself other than the good feeling that comes from knowing that you did something kind. This makes you ONE OF THE KIND people in the world, and we all need kind people. Here's how you can get the money: Step 1. Get together with some other students (3 or more) or your class and decide what act of kindness you would like to do. It could be for a teacher at your school or the bus driver or the school crossing guard. You could do something for a local community organization near you, or a seniors' residence. There are many, many possibilities. Step 2. Talk to a teacher or school leader about what you would like to do. You need to have an adult sign the application and agree to supervise and help. Step 3. Fill out the grant application and send it in to the email address on the application. You will be emailed if you are successful. Step 4. Complete your act of kindness and send us a short report using our template about what you did. You need to provide a short report about how you spent the money and send us a video (no more than 3 minutes) or a picture poster that shows us:
  1. What you did,
  2. How you felt, and
  3. What you learned.
You and your group will also be recognized with a “One of the Kind” certificate presented to you at a school assembly or celebration. Don't wait too long. Deadline for sending in grant applications is Friday, December 14, 2018. Deadline for completion of project and report is Friday, April 12, 2019. Teachers: The “One of the Kind” (OK) program is a community pilot project supported by the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland. It is designed to educate and engage youth about the power of acts of kindness and how kind acts and gestures, no matter how small, can positively impact the giver, the receiver, and the community. Quesons? Contact: Linda Morrow, One of the Kind Committee at morrowlinda@hotmail.com or 519-995-0250  

10:00 AM

Polish Club Windsor - House Party

Friday, December 14 to Saturday, December 15
10:00 AM — 02:00 AM

Playing all your favourite Top 40, House, Country, and Party Anthems at the Windsor Polish Club, 1275 Langlois Ave. New Resident: DJ Kacper. Free cover, parking, fooseball & pool.

Location/Venue Name
Polish Club Windsor

  • 1275 Langlois Ave, Windsor, N8X 4L6
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Saturday, December 15
All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Bathurst & Gore Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Bathurst Street and Gore Street in Amherstburg will be closed to all thru traffic commencing December 10 to facilitate sewer works. This intersection closure is expected to last 9 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences.

10:00 AM

Holiday Market at St. Paul's Anglican Church Essex

10:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Saturday, December 15 from 10am to 2pm. Holiday Market at St Paul's Anglican Church, 92 St Paul Street ( Behind Essex Appliance). Come out and do some holiday shopping, pick up some delicious baked goods and have some lunch! 519-980-4942 for more details

Location/Venue Name
ST PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH

  • 92 ST PAUL STREET, ESSEX, N8M 1C5
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
01:00 PM

December 15th Turkey Shoot and December 16th Members Apprciation Day

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Saturday December 15th come out to the Annual Turkey Shoot from 1-4pm to play fun games to win 1 of 60 frozen turkeys. On Sunday come out to the Members Appreciation Day from noon to 6 for a fun day with food and other items rolled back to the 80's. Raffles and a live band to celebrate the day. at Windsor Sportsmen's Club, 2401 Dougall Rd. Everyone is welcome! 

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Sportsmen's Club

  • 2401 Dougall Rd, Windsor, N8X 1N3
07:00 PM

Riverside Optimist Club of Windsor Euchre Nights

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

There will be a euchre tournament held this Saturday, September 15 at 7pm at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 804 Grand Marais Road East. There will be cash prizes, door prizes and a 50/50 draw. A light lunch and additional finger foods will be provided. The tickets are $20 per person. You do not need a partner to play and this is a fun tournament. All proceeds are for sponsorship of children activities put on by the Riverside Optimist Club: Pumpkin Decorating Day, Sensory Sensitive Activities for Kids, Easter Events, Family Kite Day, Soccer, Bursaries, Essay and Oratorical Contests for Youth, Kids Fishing Derby, Tri-Star Basketball, Members Development, etc.  We hope to see as many people come out as possible; join us in bringing out the best in kids!

Location/Venue Name
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church

  • 804 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, Ontario, N8X 3H8
08:00 PM

WSO - Toldo Holiday Pops

08:00 PM — 10:00 PM

The Windsor Symphony Orchestra Toldo Pops Series: Ring in the Holidays with the WSO! Yuletide carols will be plentiful as Maestro Franz whisks audiences away to the tune of the 12 Days of Canadian Christmas. All aboard the Polar Express as music from the film transports you to the North Pole! Santa Claus joins the celebration to lead everyone in a round of sing-along carols. Toldo Holiday Pops – A WSO Holiday tradition! December 15 @ 8pm, December 16 @ 2:30PM & December 16 @ 8pm at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets available at: www.windsorsymphony.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Capitol Theatre Windsor

  • 121 University Ave W, Windsor, N9A 5P4
Sunday, December 16
All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

All day

Bathurst & Gore Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Bathurst Street and Gore Street in Amherstburg will be closed to all thru traffic commencing December 10 to facilitate sewer works. This intersection closure is expected to last 9 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
12:00 PM

December 15th Turkey Shoot and December 16th Members Apprciation Day

12:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Saturday December 15th come out to the Annual Turkey Shoot from 1-4pm to play fun games to win 1 of 60 frozen turkeys. On Sunday come out to the Members Appreciation Day from noon to 6 for a fun day with food and other items rolled back to the 80's. Raffles and a live band to celebrate the day. at Windsor Sportsmen's Club, 2401 Dougall Rd. Everyone is welcome! 

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Sportsmen's Club

  • 2401 Dougall Rd, Windsor, N8X 1N3
01:00 PM

Free Family Swimming Sponsored by St. Clair College Alumni Association

01:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Join us on Sundays from 1:00-3:00pm at St. Clair College Pool for FREE Family Recreational Swimming from November 4 to December 16. Sponsored by the Alumni Association.  

Location/Venue Name
St. Clair College

  • 2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor, N9A 6S4
02:30 PM

WSO - Toldo Holiday Pops

02:30 PM — 04:30 PM

The Windsor Symphony Orchestra Toldo Pops Series: Ring in the Holidays with the WSO! Yuletide carols will be plentiful as Maestro Franz whisks audiences away to the tune of the 12 Days of Canadian Christmas. All aboard the Polar Express as music from the film transports you to the North Pole! Santa Claus joins the celebration to lead everyone in a round of sing-along carols. Toldo Holiday Pops – A WSO Holiday tradition! December 15 @ 8pm, December 16 @ 2:30PM & December 16 @ 8pm at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets available at: www.windsorsymphony.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Capitol Theatre Windsor

  • 121 University Ave W, Windsor, N9A 5P4
06:30 PM

Christmas Community Singsong

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

All are welcome to attend the annual Singsong at Roseland-Trinity United Church, 3919 Howard Ave on Sunday, December 16 at 6:30pm. Hot chocolate and goodies to follow. Admission is free but you are asked to bring a canned or non-perishable food item for the Downtown Mission.

08:00 PM

WSO - Toldo Holiday Pops

08:00 PM — 10:00 PM

The Windsor Symphony Orchestra Toldo Pops Series: Ring in the Holidays with the WSO! Yuletide carols will be plentiful as Maestro Franz whisks audiences away to the tune of the 12 Days of Canadian Christmas. All aboard the Polar Express as music from the film transports you to the North Pole! Santa Claus joins the celebration to lead everyone in a round of sing-along carols. Toldo Holiday Pops – A WSO Holiday tradition! December 15 @ 8pm, December 16 @ 2:30PM & December 16 @ 8pm at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets available at: www.windsorsymphony.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Capitol Theatre Windsor

  • 121 University Ave W, Windsor, N9A 5P4
Monday, December 17
All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

All day

Bathurst & Gore Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The intersection of Bathurst Street and Gore Street in Amherstburg will be closed to all thru traffic commencing December 10 to facilitate sewer works. This intersection closure is expected to last 9 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences.

All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
12:00 PM

Burger Monday to support the Columbus Community Hall

12:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Burger Monday Every Monday from 12:00 to 2:00. $2.75 hamburger and $3.50 beer and well liquor. Proceeds are used to maintain the Columbus Community Hall.

Location/Venue Name
Knights of Columbus Council 2110 Columbus Community Hall

  • 190 Richmond Street , Amherstburg, N9V 1G4
03:00 PM

Windsor Blood Donation Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Did you know that less than 4% of the eligible population donates blood.....you can help raise that number!  Blood has a shelf life and we need your help to meet demand.  Give the Gift of Life....donate blood. For more information or to book an appointment:  blood.ca | 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283)

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donation Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
Tuesday, December 18
All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Wednesday, December 19
All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
02:00 PM

Wings Wednesday at The Hut December 12 and 19

02:00 PM — 07:00 PM

16 wings for $12 at Branch12 from 2pm till 7pm so don`t chicken out, come in and enjoy our wings.

03:00 PM

Windsor Blood Donation Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Did you know that less than 4% of the eligible population donates blood.....you can help raise that number!  Blood has a shelf life and we need your help to meet demand.  Give the Gift of Life....donate blood. For more information or to book an appointment:  blood.ca | 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283)

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donation Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
Thursday, December 20
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Leamington Seeking Citizens for Committees

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is seeking interested citizens to serve on its committees during the upcoming new term of Council (2018-2022). Serving on a municipal committee is a way to be involved and to help make a difference in your community. Committee members provide advice to Council on different issues and help contribute to the development of policies, programs and initiatives that improve your community. A full list of committees and Terms of Reference for each committee are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees. Application forms are available on the  Municipality’s website www.leamington.ca/committees or at the Municipal Office located at 111 Erie  Street North, Leamington. For more information, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 519-326-5761  or email at clerks@leamington.ca The application deadline for Committees is Friday, December 21, 2018.

11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
11:00 AM

Windsor Blood Donation Centre

11:00 AM — 07:00 PM

Did you know that less than 4% of the eligible population donates blood.....you can help raise that number!  Blood has a shelf life and we need your help to meet demand.  Give the Gift of Life....donate blood. For more information or to book an appointment:  blood.ca | 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283)

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donation Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
Friday, December 21
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Town of Tecumseh Seeking Snow and Leaf Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Snow and Leaf Angels are matched with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in the Town to clear snow and leaves from Town sidewalks and driveway entrances. This year’s Program will run until March 31, 2019. Program details and how to volunteer can be found on the Town’s website, or by contacting (519) 735-2184 Ext. 143. Seniors (those ages 65 or older) and persons with physical disabilities can also contact the Town to apply for assistance.

All day

Calling All Volunteer Snow Angels

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is once again asking the community to consider volunteering for our Snow Angels snow removal program. Each year, the Snow Angels program matches volunteer snow shovellers from the community with seniors and persons with physical disabilities living in Windsor. Snow build-up is a potential hazard to those with limited mobility, and it also makes it difficult for service providers like police and fire, mail carriers, and meter readers to do their jobs safely and efficiently. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older. For high school students, this is an awesome way to round out their 40-hour Community Involvement requirement. As an added incentive again this year, all registered volunteers will be entered into a draw to win a tablet or one of two $50 Rec Express Cards. Please call 311 for more information or to register. Information is also available at www.citywindsor.ca.

All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
10:00 AM

Polish Club Windsor - House Party

Friday, December 21 to Saturday, December 22
10:00 AM — 02:00 AM

Playing all your favourite Top 40, House, Country, and Party Anthems at the Windsor Polish Club, 1275 Langlois Ave. New Resident: DJ Kacper. Free cover, parking, fooseball & pool.

Location/Venue Name
Polish Club Windsor

  • 1275 Langlois Ave, Windsor, N8X 4L6
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
07:00 PM

Father Zakoor Catholic Cup 25th Anniversary Reunion

Friday, December 21 to Saturday, December 22
07:00 PM — 12:00 AM

Calling all former F.J. Brennan High School and St Joseph High School Boys Hockey Players. We are having a reunion at Average Joe's Sports Bar (1286 Lauzon Rd.) on Friday Dec.21@ 7:00p.m. to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Fr. Zakoor Catholic Cup Hockey game. For info markmceachern54@gmail.com  or rogerdufour1@hotmail.com  

Saturday, December 22
All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
06:00 PM

St. Mark's Christmas Concert

06:00 PM — 10:00 PM

Come join us Saturday, December 22nd, 6pm at St. Mark's Evangelical Church, 45 Draper Street in Colchester, for an evening of song, praise and rejoicing, about our Saviour's birth.

Location/Venue Name
St. Mark Evangelical Church

  • 45 Draper St., Colchester, N0R1G0
07:00 PM

Riverside Optimist Club of Windsor Euchre Nights

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

There will be a euchre tournament held this Saturday, September 15 at 7pm at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 804 Grand Marais Road East. There will be cash prizes, door prizes and a 50/50 draw. A light lunch and additional finger foods will be provided. The tickets are $20 per person. You do not need a partner to play and this is a fun tournament. All proceeds are for sponsorship of children activities put on by the Riverside Optimist Club: Pumpkin Decorating Day, Sensory Sensitive Activities for Kids, Easter Events, Family Kite Day, Soccer, Bursaries, Essay and Oratorical Contests for Youth, Kids Fishing Derby, Tri-Star Basketball, Members Development, etc.  We hope to see as many people come out as possible; join us in bringing out the best in kids!

Location/Venue Name
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church

  • 804 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, Ontario, N8X 3H8
07:30 PM

The Rose City Christmas Cabaret: Coffee House Combo and Border City Collective

07:30 PM — 09:30 PM

The Coffee House Combo and Border City Collective present The Rose City Christmas Cabaret on December 22 at the Olde Walkerville Theatre. Come listen to all of your favourite classic Christmas songs arranged for a 13 piece jazz ensemble.  Proceeds and toys collected will be donated to Sparky's Toy Drive. Tickets are $15 in advance through Eventbrite, or $20 at the door.  

Location/Venue Name
The Olde Walkerville Theatre

  • 1564 Wyandotte St E, Windsor, ON, N9A 3L3
Sunday, December 23
All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Monday, December 24
All day

Bedford United Church is the Place to be on Sunday mornings!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It only takes 1 hour a week to feel renewed and refreshed, join us from 10a-11a for an uplifting service! Hosted by Pastor Charmain Fautner, if you enjoy music; you must hear Pastor Fautner!  Sunday School and Nursery always available.  New this year; Junior Choir along with our existing Choir; practices start Sept.6th at 7:30am-9pm, all ages welcome!  Let us show you what we are all about, see you Sunday!

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, WIndsor, N9C 1B1
All day

Annual Life After Fifty $10,000 Lottery Tickets available now

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

You could win $10,000! LAF Lottery tickets are on sale now in time for the holidays. Call 519 254-1108 to order your tickets for only $20 a each, or 3 for $50. All proceeds support programs and services for seniors in Windsor. Licence #M801743. Rules at www.lifeafterfifty.ca

Location/Venue Name
Life After Fifty

  • Life After Fifty-West Side Centre, 635 McEwan Ave., Windsor, N9B 2E9
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
12:00 PM

Burger Monday to support the Columbus Community Hall

12:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Burger Monday Every Monday from 12:00 to 2:00. $2.75 hamburger and $3.50 beer and well liquor. Proceeds are used to maintain the Columbus Community Hall.

Location/Venue Name
Knights of Columbus Council 2110 Columbus Community Hall

  • 190 Richmond Street , Amherstburg, N9V 1G4
Tuesday, December 25
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Wednesday, December 26
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Thursday, December 27
All day

23rd Annual Hockey for Hospice Tournament

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

From December 27-29, we all play for Hospice! Hockey for Hospice has grown to include more than 140 teams, engaging 2,000+ young hockey players all in support of the Hospice of Windsor & Essex County. We fill more than 250 hours of ice time spread across Amherstburg, Lakeshore, Tecumseh, Windsor and LaSalle. OMHA Divisions: IP and Tyke Jamboree, Novice, Atom, PeeWee, Bantam (no checking) OWHA Divisions: Novice, Atom, PeeWee, Bantam (no checking) $150 Registration Fee + Player Pledges To register your team or for more information visit www.hockeyforhospice.ca or call us at 519-251-2594! Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

Location/Venue Name
Local Arena's

  • 6038 Empress Street, Windsor, ON, N8T 1B5
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Friday, December 28
All day

23rd Annual Hockey for Hospice Tournament

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

From December 27-29, we all play for Hospice! Hockey for Hospice has grown to include more than 140 teams, engaging 2,000+ young hockey players all in support of the Hospice of Windsor & Essex County. We fill more than 250 hours of ice time spread across Amherstburg, Lakeshore, Tecumseh, Windsor and LaSalle. OMHA Divisions: IP and Tyke Jamboree, Novice, Atom, PeeWee, Bantam (no checking) OWHA Divisions: Novice, Atom, PeeWee, Bantam (no checking) $150 Registration Fee + Player Pledges To register your team or for more information visit www.hockeyforhospice.ca or call us at 519-251-2594! Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

Location/Venue Name
Local Arena's

  • 6038 Empress Street, Windsor, ON, N8T 1B5
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Saturday, December 29
All day

23rd Annual Hockey for Hospice Tournament

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

From December 27-29, we all play for Hospice! Hockey for Hospice has grown to include more than 140 teams, engaging 2,000+ young hockey players all in support of the Hospice of Windsor & Essex County. We fill more than 250 hours of ice time spread across Amherstburg, Lakeshore, Tecumseh, Windsor and LaSalle. OMHA Divisions: IP and Tyke Jamboree, Novice, Atom, PeeWee, Bantam (no checking) OWHA Divisions: Novice, Atom, PeeWee, Bantam (no checking) $150 Registration Fee + Player Pledges To register your team or for more information visit www.hockeyforhospice.ca or call us at 519-251-2594! Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

Location/Venue Name
Local Arena's

  • 6038 Empress Street, Windsor, ON, N8T 1B5
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
07:00 PM

Riverside Optimist Club of Windsor Euchre Nights

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

There will be a euchre tournament held this Saturday, September 15 at 7pm at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 804 Grand Marais Road East. There will be cash prizes, door prizes and a 50/50 draw. A light lunch and additional finger foods will be provided. The tickets are $20 per person. You do not need a partner to play and this is a fun tournament. All proceeds are for sponsorship of children activities put on by the Riverside Optimist Club: Pumpkin Decorating Day, Sensory Sensitive Activities for Kids, Easter Events, Family Kite Day, Soccer, Bursaries, Essay and Oratorical Contests for Youth, Kids Fishing Derby, Tri-Star Basketball, Members Development, etc.  We hope to see as many people come out as possible; join us in bringing out the best in kids!

Location/Venue Name
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church

  • 804 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, Ontario, N8X 3H8
Sunday, December 30
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Monday, December 31
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
12:00 PM

Burger Monday to support the Columbus Community Hall

12:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Burger Monday Every Monday from 12:00 to 2:00. $2.75 hamburger and $3.50 beer and well liquor. Proceeds are used to maintain the Columbus Community Hall.

Location/Venue Name
Knights of Columbus Council 2110 Columbus Community Hall

  • 190 Richmond Street , Amherstburg, N9V 1G4
Tuesday, January 1
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Wednesday, January 2
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Thursday, January 3
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Friday, January 4
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Saturday, January 5
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
07:00 PM

Riverside Optimist Club of Windsor Euchre Nights

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

There will be a euchre tournament held this Saturday, September 15 at 7pm at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 804 Grand Marais Road East. There will be cash prizes, door prizes and a 50/50 draw. A light lunch and additional finger foods will be provided. The tickets are $20 per person. You do not need a partner to play and this is a fun tournament. All proceeds are for sponsorship of children activities put on by the Riverside Optimist Club: Pumpkin Decorating Day, Sensory Sensitive Activities for Kids, Easter Events, Family Kite Day, Soccer, Bursaries, Essay and Oratorical Contests for Youth, Kids Fishing Derby, Tri-Star Basketball, Members Development, etc.  We hope to see as many people come out as possible; join us in bringing out the best in kids!

Location/Venue Name
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church

  • 804 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, Ontario, N8X 3H8
Sunday, January 6
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Monday, January 7
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
12:00 PM

Burger Monday to support the Columbus Community Hall

12:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Burger Monday Every Monday from 12:00 to 2:00. $2.75 hamburger and $3.50 beer and well liquor. Proceeds are used to maintain the Columbus Community Hall.

Location/Venue Name
Knights of Columbus Council 2110 Columbus Community Hall

  • 190 Richmond Street , Amherstburg, N9V 1G4
Tuesday, January 8
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1
Wednesday, January 9
11:00 AM

Look Again! The AGW Collection at 75 Years Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Three years ago, the AGW made a multi-year commitment to showcase the Gallery’s Collection to provide opportunity for sustained engagement in learning about art in Canada and to support visitor experience and student learning. We are thrilled to launch its next iteration. This exhibition continues to profile themes of Canadian Heritage and the Land and Portraiture and the Body, and celebrates the historical collections leading to the 20th century. This time we will enrich these topics with more diversity and feature new acquisitions, many of which expand the Gallery’s ongoing commitment to cultural diversity. For the student and teacher experience this exhibition is supported by AGW’s continued commitment to supporting the Ontario Provincial Curriculum in seven programs serving grades K-12. This exhibition will include many of your favourite works and those which have truly defined the Gallery’s collection - Prudence Heward, Emily Carr, members of the Group of Seven and their contemporaries. Enriched is the Gallery’s continuing commitment to Indigenous histories, especially in the Great Lakes basin, for example works by Bonnie Devine, Norval Morrisseau, Daphne Odjig and Angus Trudeau. The AGW collection - it’s your resource to enjoy and share with family and friends, colleagues and peers. A special thank you is extended to our multi-year exhibition sponsors who include The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, Windsor Mold Group, The Chandisherry Foundation, Mary and Bud Weingarden, Jennifer and Sean White and Teppermans. Thanks are also extended to Education Sponsors Bill & Rochelle Tepperman and for the 75th Anniversary, the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. Co-curated by Catharine Mastin and Chris Finn. Non-members $10 Gallery admission. FREE to AGW Members. This exhibitions opens on November 30, 2018, and is on-going.

Location/Venue Name
Art Gallery of Windsor

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 7J1