Community Messages

Friday, May 20
All day

Does your Spritiual house need Spring cleaning?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Join us at Bedford United Church.Services 10a-11a.Sunday School available.ALL are welcome!  

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, Windsor, N9C 1B3
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Delicious Steak Dinner at Bedford United Church

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

May 28th from 4p-7p. Tickets are $20.00/adult & $12.00/under 12years. Includes steak, baked potato, salad, coffee/tea & dessert. Bedford United Church is fully accessible and offers loads of parking in the rear.

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, Windsor, N9C 1B3
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Saturday, May 21
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
10:00 AM

New Exhibit - WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Museum Windsor is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition at the Chimczuk Museum.   WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions  The work glove is a common and recognizable object. It was chosen to honour the rich history and culture of labour in our region and to recognize its importance in many workplaces.  By focusing on the work glove for this project, the artists are identifying themselves as workers and contributors to the life and culture of Windsor. Visit www.museumwindsor.ca for more information. 

Location/Venue Name
Chimczuk Museum

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, ON
Sunday, May 22
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Monday, May 23
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Tuesday, May 24
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Wednesday, May 25
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
02:00 PM

Lease Celebration Event

02:00 PM — 03:30 PM

In January of 2020, the City of Windsor agreed to enter into a lease agreement with the Ontario Heritage Trust to allow for regular public access to the historically significant Duff-Bâby Mansion.  That lease agreement was recently signed and now it’s time to celebrate! Les Amis Duff-Bâby takes great pleasure in inviting the public to a Celebration Event to be held Wednesday, 25th May 2022 at 2 p.m. outdoors on the front lawn of the Mansion, 221 Mill St. in Sandwich. Partial funding for this initiative has been provided by the Gordie Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Plan. A rain date is scheduled for Friday, 27th May 2022 at 2p.m. Since 1990, Les Amis Duff-Bâby, a community based group of volunteers has been dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the historically significant Duff-Bâby Mansion. For more information, please contact President,  Don Wilson [519-944-1601] or email: lesamisduffbaby@yahoo.ca .

Location/Venue Name
Duff-Baby Mansion

  • 221 Mill St. , Windsor, N9C 2R1
Thursday, May 26
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Friday, May 27
All day

Delicious Steak Dinner at Bedford United Church

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

May 28th from 4p-7p. Tickets are $20.00/adult & $12.00/under 12years. Includes steak, baked potato, salad, coffee/tea & dessert. Bedford United Church is fully accessible and offers loads of parking in the rear.

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, Windsor, N9C 1B3
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Does your Spritiual house need Spring cleaning?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Join us at Bedford United Church.Services 10a-11a.Sunday School available.ALL are welcome!  

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, Windsor, N9C 1B3
06:00 PM

Rotary Lobsterfest 2022

06:00 PM — 10:00 PM

After three long years, the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland is pleased to return to our 37th annual Rotary Lobsterfest, a Maritime Party! Join us at the beautiful Fogolar Furlan Club on Friday, May 27, 2022.  Enjoy a sumptuous buffet of roast chicken, roasted potatoes, penne pasta with tomato sauce, salad, rolls and butter and one freshly prepared Maritime lobster. Additional lobsters can be purchased, in advance with your meal. Enjoy an evening of great food, entertainment, raffle and silent auction with a Maritime flavour! Thanks for supporting all the good work that Rotary does in our community and in the world community !

Location/Venue Name
Fogolar Furlan Hall

  • 1800 North Service Road (E. C. Row), Windsor, N8W 1Y3
Saturday, May 28
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

10:00 AM

New Exhibit - WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Museum Windsor is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition at the Chimczuk Museum.   WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions  The work glove is a common and recognizable object. It was chosen to honour the rich history and culture of labour in our region and to recognize its importance in many workplaces.  By focusing on the work glove for this project, the artists are identifying themselves as workers and contributors to the life and culture of Windsor. Visit www.museumwindsor.ca for more information. 

Location/Venue Name
Chimczuk Museum

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, ON
Sunday, May 29
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

08:00 AM

Joe Zeppa Memorial Golf Tournament

08:00 AM — 03:00 PM

The Joe Zeppa Memorial Golf Tournament will be taking place on Sunday, May 29, 2022 at Roseland Golf Course. All net proceeds are being donated to the Kidney Foundation of Canada on his behalf.

Location/Venue Name
Roseland Golf Course

  • 455 Kennedy Dr W, Windsor, N9G 1S8
03:00 PM

A CONCERT OF HOPE - Free Concert

03:00 PM — 04:45 PM

The Greater Windsor Concert Band performs "A Concert of Hope" with music by Brubeck, Bernstein, Tschaikowsky, Strauss, Holst and more! Sunday May 29. 3pm. Banwell Community Church. 2400 Banwell Rd. Ric Moor, Conductor.  FREE Concert. Donations gratefully accepted. A portion of proceeds will go toward Ukraine Relief efforts. Concert attendees are asked to be vaccinated and wear a mask. Visit www.greaterwindsorconcertband.ca or (519) 995-0727

Location/Venue Name
Banwell Community Church

  • 2400 Banwell Rd, Windsor, N8P 1X9
Monday, May 30
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Tuesday, May 31
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

01:00 PM

Municipality of Lakeshore Blood Donation Event

01:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Donate blood - someone's life depends on it!  Did you know, that every 60 seconds someone in Canada is receiving a blood and/or blood product often times from more than one generous donor.  Help save a life today.  New and returning blood donors are needed.  Visit: blood.ca; Download:GiveBlood app; or Call: 1 888 2 DONATE or 1 888 236 6283 today!  

Location/Venue Name
St. Simon & St. Jude Parish Hall

  • 267 Meunier Street, Belle River, N0R 1A0
Wednesday, June 1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
01:00 PM

Leamington Blood Donation Event

01:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Help Save a Life - Donate Blood.  Someone's life depends on it.  New and returning donors are needed. Join Us. By appointment: Visit: blood.ca; Download: GiveBlood app; or Call:  1 888 2 DONATE or 1 888 236 6283 to book your life-saving appointment today!

Location/Venue Name
Roma Club of Leamington Pavilion

  • 19 Seacliff Drive East, Leamington, Leamington, N8H 2L3
Thursday, June 2
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Friday, June 3
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Does your Spritiual house need Spring cleaning?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Join us at Bedford United Church.Services 10a-11a.Sunday School available.ALL are welcome!  

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, Windsor, N9C 1B3
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Saturday, June 4
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

10:00 AM

New Exhibit - WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Museum Windsor is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition at the Chimczuk Museum.   WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions  The work glove is a common and recognizable object. It was chosen to honour the rich history and culture of labour in our region and to recognize its importance in many workplaces.  By focusing on the work glove for this project, the artists are identifying themselves as workers and contributors to the life and culture of Windsor. Visit www.museumwindsor.ca for more information. 

Location/Venue Name
Chimczuk Museum

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, ON
Sunday, June 5
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Monday, June 6
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Tuesday, June 7
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Wednesday, June 8
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Thursday, June 9
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Friday, June 10
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

All day

Does your Spritiual house need Spring cleaning?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Join us at Bedford United Church.Services 10a-11a.Sunday School available.ALL are welcome!  

Location/Venue Name
Bedford United Church

  • 3340 Sandwich St, Windsor, N9C 1B3
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Saturday, June 11
All day

Meet A Machine Community Literacy Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The parking lot of the WFCU Centre will be roaring with activity Saturday June 11th for the 10th annual in-person Meet-A-Machine event.  This free event is designed to promote literacy with children from the Windsor-Essex community in a fun and interactive way. Upwards of 100 machines will be on hand with their operators to allow children to climb on, discover and explore.  Some of the vehicles include large construction equipment, trucks, race cars, buses and emergency vehicles.  Meet-A-Machine is brought to you by The City of Windsor, Children’s Services department. Come and enjoy this innovative event! What:             Free Community Literacy Event – “Meet-A-Machine” When:            Saturday, June 11, 2022  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sensory Hour (Registration Required) 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Rain or shine. Where:          Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre Parking Lot 8787 McHugh Street Windsor  

Location/Venue Name
WFCU Centre

  • 8787 McHugh, Windsor, N8S 0A1
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

10:00 AM

VENDOR MARKET AT ST PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH ESSEX

10:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Saturday June 11th - St Paul's Vendors Market, 92 St Paul Street, Essex - 10am til 2pm - indoor and outdoor tables, call 519-776-7711 for more details

Location/Venue Name
ST PAULS ANGLICAN CHURCH ESSEX

  • 92 ST PAUL STREET , essex, N8M 1C5
10:00 AM

New Exhibit - WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Museum Windsor is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition at the Chimczuk Museum.   WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions  The work glove is a common and recognizable object. It was chosen to honour the rich history and culture of labour in our region and to recognize its importance in many workplaces.  By focusing on the work glove for this project, the artists are identifying themselves as workers and contributors to the life and culture of Windsor. Visit www.museumwindsor.ca for more information. 

Location/Venue Name
Chimczuk Museum

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, ON
04:00 PM

Amherstburg Freedom Museum Ribs & Ragtime

04:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Join the Amherstburg Freedom Museum as we host our annual Ribs & Ragtime Fundraiser. Enjoy a delicious meal of ribs and chicken from Car Barn and amazing entertainment from Renee King Jackson. We will also honour the No. 2 Construction Battalion and each guest in attendance will receive one replica No. 2 Construction Battalion crest, while supplies last (supplies are limited). To purchase tickets, please go to randr2022.givesmart.com or call 519-736-5433.

Location/Venue Name
Amherstburg Freedom Museum

  • 277 King Street, Amherstburg, N9V 2C7
Sunday, June 12
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Monday, June 13
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Tuesday, June 14
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Wednesday, June 15
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Thursday, June 16
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Friday, June 17
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

Saturday, June 18
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.

10:00 AM

New Exhibit - WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Museum Windsor is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition at the Chimczuk Museum.   WINDSOR HAND MADE: Twenty artists. Twenty expressions  The work glove is a common and recognizable object. It was chosen to honour the rich history and culture of labour in our region and to recognize its importance in many workplaces.  By focusing on the work glove for this project, the artists are identifying themselves as workers and contributors to the life and culture of Windsor. Visit www.museumwindsor.ca for more information. 

Location/Venue Name
Chimczuk Museum

  • 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, ON
05:30 PM

Centennial High School Reunion

05:30 PM — 11:59 PM

Saturday June 18th  Fogolar Furlan Club  Dinner, Dancing, Great Stories  $40 centennialreunion20@gmail.com Facebook @CentennialSecondarySchool  

Sunday, June 19
All day

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO/OERO)

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Retired Women Teachers of Ontario / Organisation des enseignantes retraitées de l’Ontario (RWTO/OERO) continues to exist because there is still a need for an organization that cares for the interests and well-being of retired women teachers. More importantly, RWTO/OERO provides a forum whereby retired women teachers can come together for social interaction, stimulating programs, emotional support and most of all, friendship. If you are a retired woman teacher from any part of the world, we invite you to join RWTO/OERO. All retired women teachers are welcome regardless of your type of qualifications, the level of education you taught, how long you taught or whether or not you are collecting a teacher’s pension. Our organization offers many benefits: the opportunity to network, maintain friendships and enjoy camaraderie, and the opportunity to participate in the various insurance plans which are available to members.