Community Messages

Monday, May 27
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Campbell Avenue/College Avenue Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Intersection of Campbell Avenue and College Avenue will be closed for sewer, road and water main rehabilitation rescheduled for Monday, May 27 to Friday, May 31.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
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Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

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David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

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Swimming Pool Maintenance Standards

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is reminding property owners that Swimming Pool By-Law #160-2010 requires swimming pools to be in full operation no later than May 24th and remain in operation until September 1st to reduce mosquito breeding areas and the spread of West Nile virus. Additionally, property owners must ensure proper winter pool covers are installed after September 1st for pools no longer in use.  Pool covers are to be free from accumulation, stagnant water, and treated with appropriate pool chemicals to mitigate mosquito breeding in the fall. Pool owners are encouraged to review their pool enclosures/fences to ensure public safety and By-Law compliance.  Anyone having concerns with safety of swimming pools should call 311. Violation of the bylaw could result in an Order to Comply directing compliance with the By-Law along with an administrative inspection fee of $260.00 +HST. Information on the Swimming Pool By-law can be found on the By-Laws On-line (Building By-Laws Link) page of the City’s website or by calling 311.

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What is MAY COURT? An ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store on Wyandotte East!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

What is MAY COURT?  We are an ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store in the Wyandotte Town Center!   Planning a themed event? On a budget? We have "stuff"! Vinyl records, picture frames, vases, jewellery, candle holders, evening wear, and much, much more...   Low, low, low prices! All proceeds  to LOCAL child and youth charities.1122 Wyandotte Street East. Hours: 
  • Monday  1-4p.m.
  • Tuesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Wednesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Thursday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Friday  1-4p.m.
  • Saturday  11a.m.-2p.m.

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Rocket Mortgage Classic - Parking

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Spectator parking for the Rocket Mortgage Classic will be located at the Michigan State Fairgrounds, and fans will be shuttled to the main tournament entrance – making for a convenient and easy entrance to the event. Fans will enter the Fairgrounds on West State Fair Avenue between Woodward Avenue and John R Street, and can then board a free shuttle to take them less than two miles to and from Detroit Golf Club. On-site parking prices will be $15 for Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday, June 26, and $25 for each day Thursday, June 27-Sunday, June 30. Attendees are encouraged to purchase parking online to simplify their entry into the event while also saving $5 on Tuesday-Sunday fees, and parking can be bought online only as part of a ticket purchase. Those buying tickets at RocketMortgageClassic.com between now and tournament week will be given the option to add parking to their purchase, and previous ticket buyers will receive an email with an offer to purchase parking in advance. Ticket holders and ticket buyers will be permitted to purchase up to four parking passes per day of the tournament. Complimentary handicapped parking is located at the University of Detroit Mercy, with ADA accessible shuttles to and from Detroit Golf Club. Fans must have a handicap placard and ID that matches the placard to park in this lot. For those intending to use rideshare to get to and from the Rocket Mortgage Classic, the Palmer Park Community Building (1121 Merrill Plaisance Street, Detroit, MI 48203) is the tournament’s designated drop-off and pick-up location. Rideshare drivers will need to approach from the south via Woodward Ave., as access to Pontchartrain Blvd. will be restricted to residents and credentialed vehicles only.

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Town of Essex Proclaims AccessAbility Week

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

At their regular meeting on Tuesday, May 21, Town of Essex Council officially declared the week of May 26 to June 1 as AccessAbility Week in the municipality. The proclamation is part of a national effort to recognize the importance of accessibility and inclusion in communities and workplaces, as well as a time to celebrate the contributions of Canadians with disabilities. “This proclamation serves as a reminder that we need to continue to work to address the stigma and social isolation of people with disabilities,” said Mayor Larry Snively. “As a municipality, we play an important role in ensuring that all citizens feel included in the community they call home.” The Town’s AccessAbility Week efforts will include a social media campaign to inform the community, as well as a citizen survey seeking feedback on potential barriers that people with disabilities face in the municipality. Responses from the survey will be provided to the Town’s Accessibility Advisory Committee for consideration and potential future action. “As a committee, we serve as a voice for those individuals who often face additional barriers towards participating fully in community life,” said Richard Kokovai, committee chair. “We ask all residents, particularly those with disabilities, to fill out the survey and let us know how we can make our community more accessible and inclusive.” The survey is available online at www.essex.ca/accessibilitysurvey  or in paper at the Town’s recreation facilities (Essex Centre Sports Complex, Essex Recreation Complex, and the Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre) as well as at the municipal office in Essex Centre. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 21 at 4:00pm.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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Traffic Interruption Notice - Wigle St. and Marlborough St. E.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is completing milling and paving operations on Wigle Street from Talbot Street to Oak Street and on Marlborough Street East from Wigle Street to Lutsch Avenue. During construction, traffic along Wigle Street and Marborough Street East will be reduced to one lane. The estimated project completion date is Tuesday, May 28. All work operations and lane closures are weather dependent and subject to change. Motorists are requested to exercise caution and patience during construction for the safety of the public and construction personnel.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

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
01:00 PM

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: Windsor Police Services Board

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Monday, May 27 at 1:00 pm 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.  

Tuesday, May 28
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Traffic Interruption Notice - Wigle St. and Marlborough St. E.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Municipality of Leamington is completing milling and paving operations on Wigle Street from Talbot Street to Oak Street and on Marlborough Street East from Wigle Street to Lutsch Avenue. During construction, traffic along Wigle Street and Marborough Street East will be reduced to one lane. The estimated project completion date is Tuesday, May 28. All work operations and lane closures are weather dependent and subject to change. Motorists are requested to exercise caution and patience during construction for the safety of the public and construction personnel.

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Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

What is MAY COURT? An ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store on Wyandotte East!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

What is MAY COURT?  We are an ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store in the Wyandotte Town Center!   Planning a themed event? On a budget? We have "stuff"! Vinyl records, picture frames, vases, jewellery, candle holders, evening wear, and much, much more...   Low, low, low prices! All proceeds  to LOCAL child and youth charities.1122 Wyandotte Street East. Hours: 
  • Monday  1-4p.m.
  • Tuesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Wednesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Thursday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Friday  1-4p.m.
  • Saturday  11a.m.-2p.m.

All day

Swimming Pool Maintenance Standards

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is reminding property owners that Swimming Pool By-Law #160-2010 requires swimming pools to be in full operation no later than May 24th and remain in operation until September 1st to reduce mosquito breeding areas and the spread of West Nile virus. Additionally, property owners must ensure proper winter pool covers are installed after September 1st for pools no longer in use.  Pool covers are to be free from accumulation, stagnant water, and treated with appropriate pool chemicals to mitigate mosquito breeding in the fall. Pool owners are encouraged to review their pool enclosures/fences to ensure public safety and By-Law compliance.  Anyone having concerns with safety of swimming pools should call 311. Violation of the bylaw could result in an Order to Comply directing compliance with the By-Law along with an administrative inspection fee of $260.00 +HST. Information on the Swimming Pool By-law can be found on the By-Laws On-line (Building By-Laws Link) page of the City’s website or by calling 311.

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Campbell Avenue/College Avenue Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Intersection of Campbell Avenue and College Avenue will be closed for sewer, road and water main rehabilitation rescheduled for Monday, May 27 to Friday, May 31.

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David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

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Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare - Open Board Meeting

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare invites public to attend open board meeting. The Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare Board of Directors will be meeting on Wednesday, May 29, 4:00 p.m. at Centre for New Canadian Excellence, 660 Ouellette Ave.   The evening will begin with a special Board Community Engagement announcement at 4:00 p.m. Following this very exciting announcement, our community is encouraged to stay to hear from the Patient and Family Engagement Council (PFAC). Barb Masotti and Linda O'Rourke, members of the HDGH PFAC will provide our Board and community an update on some of the valuable work they have been doing as members of the HDGH team.  Following this presentation, the HDGH Board of Directors welcomes the opportunity to hear from our community during the public portion of our meeting. In the interest of being fully prepared for all presentations and in order to ensure that we provide adequate time to all attendees, we do require that interested parties register as a delegate by no later than Tuesday May 28th 2019 by visiting www.hdgh.org/delegates.  We are asking for the media's help to promote this open board meeting as we would like to see a good turn out from our Windsor-Essex Community. An invite has been provided below. 

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Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

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Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

07:30 AM

The Windsor Poetry Slam featuring Deonte Osayande!

07:30 AM — 10:00 PM

Join us at Phog Lounge, Tuesday, May 28th as we welcome back Deonte Osayande to our stage! Deonte Osayande is a writer from Detroit, Michigan. His nonfiction and poetry have been nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology, and the Pushcart Prize. He has represented Detroit at four National Poetry Slam competitions. He's currently a professor of English at Wayne County Community College. His books include Class (Urban Farmhouse Press, 2017), Circus (Brick Mantle Books, 2018) and Civilian (Urban Farmhouse Press, 2019). He also managed the Rustbelt Midwest Regional Poetry Slam and Festival for 2014 and 2018. Doors will be open at 7:30 pm, show starts at 8 pm. If you want to slam please be there by 7:45 pm at the latest to sign up.  As always, two rounds of three-minute poems, along with an open mic portion and a couple sacrifices!  

Location/Venue Name
Phog Lounge

  • 157 University Ave W , Windsor, N9A 5P4
Wednesday, May 29
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

What is MAY COURT? An ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store on Wyandotte East!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

What is MAY COURT?  We are an ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store in the Wyandotte Town Center!   Planning a themed event? On a budget? We have "stuff"! Vinyl records, picture frames, vases, jewellery, candle holders, evening wear, and much, much more...   Low, low, low prices! All proceeds  to LOCAL child and youth charities.1122 Wyandotte Street East. Hours: 
  • Monday  1-4p.m.
  • Tuesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Wednesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Thursday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Friday  1-4p.m.
  • Saturday  11a.m.-2p.m.

All day

Swimming Pool Maintenance Standards

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is reminding property owners that Swimming Pool By-Law #160-2010 requires swimming pools to be in full operation no later than May 24th and remain in operation until September 1st to reduce mosquito breeding areas and the spread of West Nile virus. Additionally, property owners must ensure proper winter pool covers are installed after September 1st for pools no longer in use.  Pool covers are to be free from accumulation, stagnant water, and treated with appropriate pool chemicals to mitigate mosquito breeding in the fall. Pool owners are encouraged to review their pool enclosures/fences to ensure public safety and By-Law compliance.  Anyone having concerns with safety of swimming pools should call 311. Violation of the bylaw could result in an Order to Comply directing compliance with the By-Law along with an administrative inspection fee of $260.00 +HST. Information on the Swimming Pool By-law can be found on the By-Laws On-line (Building By-Laws Link) page of the City’s website or by calling 311.

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Campbell Avenue/College Avenue Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Intersection of Campbell Avenue and College Avenue will be closed for sewer, road and water main rehabilitation rescheduled for Monday, May 27 to Friday, May 31.

03:00 PM

Seniors Dinner/Dance @ the Windsor Moose Lodge

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Kick up your heels and bring your partner every Wednesday 3-7pm. Enjoy a hearty $6 meal including dessert @ 5pm. Live music to dance to and fun for all. Everyone welcome.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x1h4
06:00 PM

FREE: Disability Related Financial & Future Planning Events

06:00 PM — 09:00 PM

FREE: Disability Related Financial & Future Planning Events! Do you or a loved one in your family have a disability? Have you thought about long term savings? Have you thought about having a will with the right safeguards in place for the future? If so, come out to one or both of these information sessions: Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) OR Dollars & Sense, Will & Estate Planning. Both learning events will be presented by lawyer, Brendon Pooran, who specializes in Disability Law. There will be time for questions, answers and voicing concerns you have for the future.  Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) Information Session: Learn how an RDSP works, how to become eligible, open, manage your RDSP, and more! The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a Canada-wide registered matched savings plan specific for people with disabilities. It is designed as a long-term savings plan. The money can be invested to grow in a tax deferred environment and provides matching federal contributions up to 300% annually. Depending on someone’s income, money saved can immediately triple in value. 
  • WINDSOR: Atonement Family Centre, Salon B, 2940 Forest Glade Dr., Windsor; Wed. May 29 from 6pm – 7:30pm
  • ESSEX: Essex County Civic Centre, Room D, 360 Fairview Ave. West, Essex; Thurs. May 30 from 9:30am – 11am
Dollars & Sense, Will & Estate Planning Event: The Dollars & Sense, Wills and Estate Planning event will include important topics like Trusts (Discretionary/Henson, etc.); ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program); supported decision making; power of attorney; guardianship; home ownership; life insurance and more. 
  • WINDSOR: Atonement Family Centre, Salon B, 2940 Forest Glade Dr., Salon B, Windsor; Wed. May 29 from 7:45pm – 9pm
  • ESSEX: Essex County Civic Centre, Room D, 360 Fairview Ave. West, Essex; Thurs. May 30 from 11:15am – 12:30pm
The Dollars & Sense events follow immediately after the RDSP Sessions each day  Register by Monday, May 27th by visiting windsoressexfamnet.ca/upcoming-events/

Location/Venue Name
Atonement Family Centre, Salon B

  • 2940 Forest Glade Dr, Windsor, N8R 1L5
07:00 PM

St Mark's by the Lake Advanced Care Planning Presentation

07:00 PM — 08:30 PM

Participants will receive practical tools and resources to begin the process of making future wishes for health and personal care known to those who are important in our lives. ✓How to begin the process of Advance care planning ✓The importance and role of a Substitute decision makers ✓What is a Power of Attorney for Personal Care and how one is appointed Wednesday, May 29 from 7pm to 8:30pm at St. Mark's by the Lake Church, 150 St. Mark's Road, Tecumseh.

Location/Venue Name
St Marks by the Lake Church

  • 150 St Marks Road, Tecumseh, N8N 2H4
Thursday, May 30
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Windsor West Indian Association Presents...

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Thursday Social Hour on May 9, 16, 23 & 30 at the Caribbean Centre from 11.am -1.pm. It's an opportunity to socialize with each other, play games, do puzzles! Have a light snack and drink a cup of tea or coffee. A chance to meet other people and build new friendships. Everyone welcome at the Caribbean Centre, 2410 Central Avenue. For info call, 519-945-0213

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

What is MAY COURT? An ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store on Wyandotte East!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

What is MAY COURT?  We are an ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store in the Wyandotte Town Center!   Planning a themed event? On a budget? We have "stuff"! Vinyl records, picture frames, vases, jewellery, candle holders, evening wear, and much, much more...   Low, low, low prices! All proceeds  to LOCAL child and youth charities.1122 Wyandotte Street East. Hours: 
  • Monday  1-4p.m.
  • Tuesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Wednesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Thursday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Friday  1-4p.m.
  • Saturday  11a.m.-2p.m.

All day

Swimming Pool Maintenance Standards

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is reminding property owners that Swimming Pool By-Law #160-2010 requires swimming pools to be in full operation no later than May 24th and remain in operation until September 1st to reduce mosquito breeding areas and the spread of West Nile virus. Additionally, property owners must ensure proper winter pool covers are installed after September 1st for pools no longer in use.  Pool covers are to be free from accumulation, stagnant water, and treated with appropriate pool chemicals to mitigate mosquito breeding in the fall. Pool owners are encouraged to review their pool enclosures/fences to ensure public safety and By-Law compliance.  Anyone having concerns with safety of swimming pools should call 311. Violation of the bylaw could result in an Order to Comply directing compliance with the By-Law along with an administrative inspection fee of $260.00 +HST. Information on the Swimming Pool By-law can be found on the By-Laws On-line (Building By-Laws Link) page of the City’s website or by calling 311.

All day

Campbell Avenue/College Avenue Intersection Closure

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Intersection of Campbell Avenue and College Avenue will be closed for sewer, road and water main rehabilitation rescheduled for Monday, May 27 to Friday, May 31.

09:30 AM

FREE: Disability Related Financial & Future Planning Events

09:30 AM — 12:30 PM

FREE: Disability Related Financial & Future Planning Events! Do you or a loved one in your family have a disability? Have you thought about long term savings? Have you thought about having a will with the right safeguards in place for the future? If so, come out to one or both of these information sessions: Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) OR Dollars & Sense, Will & Estate Planning. Both learning events will be presented by lawyer, Brendon Pooran, who specializes in Disability Law. There will be time for questions, answers and voicing concerns you have for the future.  Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) Information Session: Learn how an RDSP works, how to become eligible, open, manage your RDSP, and more! The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a Canada-wide registered matched savings plan specific for people with disabilities. It is designed as a long-term savings plan. The money can be invested to grow in a tax deferred environment and provides matching federal contributions up to 300% annually. Depending on someone’s income, money saved can immediately triple in value. 
  • WINDSOR: Atonement Family Centre, Salon B, 2940 Forest Glade Dr., Windsor; Wed. May 29 from 6pm – 7:30pm
  • ESSEX: Essex County Civic Centre, Room D, 360 Fairview Ave. West, Essex; Thurs. May 30 from 9:30am – 11am
Dollars & Sense, Will & Estate Planning Event: The Dollars & Sense, Wills and Estate Planning event will include important topics like Trusts (Discretionary/Henson, etc.); ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program); supported decision making; power of attorney; guardianship; home ownership; life insurance and more. 
  • WINDSOR: Atonement Family Centre, Salon B, 2940 Forest Glade Dr., Salon B, Windsor; Wed. May 29 from 7:45pm – 9pm
  • ESSEX: Essex County Civic Centre, Room D, 360 Fairview Ave. West, Essex; Thurs. May 30 from 11:15am – 12:30pm
The Dollars & Sense events follow immediately after the RDSP Sessions each day  Register by Monday, May 27th by visiting windsoressexfamnet.ca/upcoming-events/

Location/Venue Name
Atonement Family Centre, Salon B

  • 2940 Forest Glade Dr, Windsor, N8R 1L5
09:30 AM

FREE: Disability Related Financial & Future Planning Events

09:30 AM — 12:30 PM

FREE: Disability Related Financial & Future Planning Events! Do you or a loved one in your family have a disability? Have you thought about long term savings? Have you thought about having a will with the right safeguards in place for the future? If so, come out to one or both of these information sessions: Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) OR Dollars & Sense, Will & Estate Planning. Both learning events will be presented by lawyer, Brendon Pooran, who specializes in Disability Law. There will be time for questions, answers and voicing concerns you have for the future.  Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) Information Session: Learn how an RDSP works, how to become eligible, open, manage your RDSP, and more! The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a Canada-wide registered matched savings plan specific for people with disabilities. It is designed as a long-term savings plan. The money can be invested to grow in a tax deferred environment and provides matching federal contributions up to 300% annually. Depending on someone’s income, money saved can immediately triple in value. 
  • WINDSOR: Atonement Family Centre, Salon B, 2940 Forest Glade Dr., Windsor; Wed. May 29 from 6pm – 7:30pm
  • ESSEX: Essex County Civic Centre, Room D, 360 Fairview Ave. West, Essex; Thurs. May 30 from 9:30am – 11am
Dollars & Sense, Will & Estate Planning Event: The Dollars & Sense, Wills and Estate Planning event will include important topics like Trusts (Discretionary/Henson, etc.); ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program); supported decision making; power of attorney; guardianship; home ownership; life insurance and more. 
  • WINDSOR: Atonement Family Centre, Salon B, 2940 Forest Glade Dr., Salon B, Windsor; Wed. May 29 from 7:45pm – 9pm
  • ESSEX: Essex County Civic Centre, Room D, 360 Fairview Ave. West, Essex; Thurs. May 30 from 11:15am – 12:30pm
The Dollars & Sense events follow immediately after the RDSP Sessions each day  Register by Monday, May 27th by visiting windsoressexfamnet.ca/upcoming-events/

Location/Venue Name
Essex County Civic Centre, Room D

  • 360 Fairview Ave W, Essex, N8M 1Y3
11:00 AM

Windsor Blood Donor Centre

11:00 AM — 07:00 PM

Half of all Canadians will either need blood or know someone who does. Visit the Windsor Blood Donor Centre at 3909 Grand Marais Road East and help those in need.   New Donors & Walk Ins Welcome! For more information call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or www.blood.ca  

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
Friday, May 31
All day

Swimming Pool Maintenance Standards

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor is reminding property owners that Swimming Pool By-Law #160-2010 requires swimming pools to be in full operation no later than May 24th and remain in operation until September 1st to reduce mosquito breeding areas and the spread of West Nile virus. Additionally, property owners must ensure proper winter pool covers are installed after September 1st for pools no longer in use.  Pool covers are to be free from accumulation, stagnant water, and treated with appropriate pool chemicals to mitigate mosquito breeding in the fall. Pool owners are encouraged to review their pool enclosures/fences to ensure public safety and By-Law compliance.  Anyone having concerns with safety of swimming pools should call 311. Violation of the bylaw could result in an Order to Comply directing compliance with the By-Law along with an administrative inspection fee of $260.00 +HST. Information on the Swimming Pool By-law can be found on the By-Laws On-line (Building By-Laws Link) page of the City’s website or by calling 311.

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

What is MAY COURT? An ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store on Wyandotte East!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

What is MAY COURT?  We are an ALL-VOLUNTEER thrift store in the Wyandotte Town Center!   Planning a themed event? On a budget? We have "stuff"! Vinyl records, picture frames, vases, jewellery, candle holders, evening wear, and much, much more...   Low, low, low prices! All proceeds  to LOCAL child and youth charities.1122 Wyandotte Street East. Hours: 
  • Monday  1-4p.m.
  • Tuesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Wednesday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Thursday  10a.m.-4p.m.
  • Friday  1-4p.m.
  • Saturday  11a.m.-2p.m.

All day

Power Off and Play at Tecumseh Summer Day Camp

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Power Off & Play with Tecumseh Summer Day Camp Staff. Spend an afternoon of FREE games and activities at your local park. Saturday, June 1 at Lacasse Park (590 Lacasse Blvd.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday , June 8 at Optimist Park (13731 St. Gregory St.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15 at McAuliffe Park (2391 St. Alphonse Rd) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 22 at St. Mary's Park (12020 Country Rd. 34) From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

All day

Rotary Club of LaSalle - Movie Night

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Join the Rotary Club of LaSalle at Movie night under the stars at dusk on May 31 at the LaSalle Civic Centre. 
  • Family fun at the Essex County Library, LaSalle Branch at 6pm
  • Family storytime, 6:15
  • Mad Science, 7pm on the lawn
Bring your own blanket or lawn chairs and don't miss out on fun for the whole family! For more details visit www.facebook.com/RotaryLasalleCentennial 

04:00 PM

Our Lady of Assumption Annual Indoor Yard Sale

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Our Lady of Assumption Annual Indoor Yard Sale - Holy Name Site  711 McEwan Ave. - side door of church  Huge, fabulous assortment of household, misc. items, toys & games, jewelry, crafts, delectable baked goods & raffle items. Lunch available

Location/Venue Name
Our Lady of Assumption (Holy Name of Mary Church Building)

  • 711 McEwan Ave. - side door of church, Windsor, N9B 2E9
04:30 PM

St. David/St. Mark’s Community Lasagna Dinner

04:30 PM — 06:30 PM

May 31, 4:30-6:30pm at 3401 Byng at Foster. Lasagna dinner, $15 each or 2 for $25. All are welcome!   

Location/Venue Name
St. David/St. Mark’s Church

  • 3401 Byng @Foster , Windsor, N8w 3h6
05:00 PM

Roast Beef Dinner

05:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Roast Beef Dinner on Friday, May 31, 5-7 pm Westminster United Church, 1680 Dougall Ave at Tecumseh Rd W Tickets: Advance $15, At the Door $17 Call 519-258-1471 for tickets or info

07:00 PM

The Bank Theatre Proudly Presents Dale's Friday Coffee House

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

The Bank Theatre and Meeting Place​ is pleased to present Dale's Friday Coffee House - 11th Season 91st show! Hosted by Dale Butler & Jan Hall​ of Folk Roots Radio with Jan Hall​, Friday, May 31, 2019. OFFSITE AT ***Knox Hall - Knox Presbyterian Church 58 Erie St. S. Leamington *** Admission - Pass the hat Doors 6:30 pm Show 7:00 pm MUSICIANS Bob Boyle Robert Stark Leah Morise Ken Dunn with Anna Green The Twelve Tones Peter F Light David Lum Dale Butler www.banktheatre.com #onthe42 #DFCH #TheBankTheatre

Location/Venue Name
OFFSITE at Knox Presbyterian Church - Knox Hall

  • 58 Erie St. S.,, Leamington, N8H 3A7
10:30 PM

Health Research Volunteer Orientation

Friday, May 31 to Saturday, June 1
10:30 PM — 02:30 PM

Windsor Essex Compassion Care Community, McMaster University Department of Family Medicine and Harrow Health Centre is undertaking a health research project to help improve care for seniors. We are looking for Health Connector Volunteers for the Health TAPESTRY project! If you have a few hours a month to give and are looking for a rewarding opportunity we want to hear from you. Please contact Cherie Gagnon to find out more and to register for the the in-person volunteer orientation session. RSVP is required. 519-974-2581, ext. 2426.  

Location/Venue Name
Harrow Health Centre

  • 1480 Erie Rd S., Harrow, ON , N0R 1G0
Saturday, June 1
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

06:00 AM

Strut from the HUT at 2090 Brant St. - June 1st

Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, June 2
06:00 AM — 12:00 AM

Come on out and join us June 1st at Branch 12 for our Strut from the Hut. Lots of fun to be had, all are welcome! $25.00 per person. Starts at 2pm, so come on out and meet some new friends and old ones along the way always a great time had by all lots of fun games. There also will be a bbq at the end when returning to the branch. 

09:00 AM

Our Lady of Assumption Annual Indoor Yard Sale

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Our Lady of Assumption Annual Indoor Yard Sale - Holy Name Site  711 McEwan Ave. - side door of church  Huge, fabulous assortment of household, misc. items, toys & games, jewelry, crafts, delectable baked goods & raffle items. Lunch available

Location/Venue Name
Our Lady of Assumption (Holy Name of Mary Church Building)

  • 711 McEwan Ave. - side door of church, Windsor, N9B 2E9
10:30 AM

Essex County Branch, Ontario Ancestors June Road Trip

10:30 AM — 12:30 PM

Join us at the Detroit Public Library for a special tour and presentation about the Detroit Society of Genealogical Research (DSGR) and the Burton Historical Collection. Detroit Public Library, 5201 Woodward Ave. Detroit, Michigan. Everyone welcome! Email essex@ogs.on.ca to RSVP

Location/Venue Name
Detroit Public Library

  • 5201 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, 48202
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, June 2
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Windsor Dance Experience - Journey into the Amazon

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

June 1, 7pm and June 2, 2:30pm at The Capitol Theatre. For tickets & info, www.windsordanceexperience.ca

All day

Rotary Club LaSalle - Electronics Recycling, Clothing Drive & Shredding Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Saturday June 1st and Sunday June 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., the Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial will be hosting the Third Annual Electronics Recycling, Clothing Drive and Shredding Event at the Zehrs parking lot in LaSalle (5890 Malden Road).  Document shredding is offered on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. only. This event includes opportunities for local residents to:
  • Responsibly recycle electronics
  • Donate used clothing and support the Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy (OFCP)
  • Drop off confidential documents for secure shredding offsite
The Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial is organizing this event in partnership with the Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES), a non-profit, industry funded organization with a proven track record of diverting waste from landfill sites. Their program helps protect human health, our water ways and ecosystems, while creating a cleaner environment. Electronic items that will be accepted include: televisions, monitors, portable computers, computer peripherals, printers, copiers, cell phones, pagers, telephone answering machines, audio/visual equipment, speakers, cables and more. Used clothing should be in plastic bags. DOCUMENT SHREDDING – ONE DAY ONLY - SATURDAY JUNE 1st Document shredding will be done offsite by First Stop Services following collection.  The cost is $10/banker’s box, $2 of which will be donated back to the Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial. Documents should be free of plastic, hanging file folders, elastics, clips etc.  Paper clips and staples are acceptable. All Windsor-Essex residents and businesses are encouraged to participate and help keep our community and the earth healthy and vibrant for future generations.

All day

Transit Windsor - Reloadable Tap Card for Seniors Bus Passes

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor is introducing a handy new format for senior’s bus passes. The former two-piece magnetic swipe card will be replaced with a reloadable, one-piece card that includes the required photo ID and “smart pass” tap function all in one piece. Transit Windsor (TW) is launching the new senior’s card as the second phase of a pilot project to implement smart media to the public. Until now, bus pass holders used a calendar-based magnetic pass (swiped into the fare box) that was valid for that calendar month only and had to be purchased one month at a time. Starting May 15, 2019, Transit Windsor will be eliminating the magnetic version for senior’s passes and replacing them with a new reloadable TW Smart Pass. The new seniors pass that will have the photo ID directly on the reloadable tap card, and all seniors will have to visit either 300 Chatham Street West or Transit Centre 3700 Service Road to purchase their first new smart pass. Once you have your new pass, you will be able to reload it at the Downtown Terminal from 7:00am to 9:00pm or the Transit Centre from 8:30am to 4:00pm, and all Customer Care Centres, as well as the Shoppers Drug Mart located at Ouellette and Wyandotte will now be available to reload your passes too. The smart pass can be reloaded in increments of 15 or 30 days at anytime. This will eliminate the need to rush in at the end of the month to purchase your next month’s pass, and most importantly, it will eliminate your wait in the long lineups. Cost will remain the same for seniors at $48.40. Note: Senior magnetic passes for the month of May will still be valid until May 31, 2019. The pass is activated by tapping it on the farebox for the first time and will now be valid for the next 30 days. The benefit is that you can reload your pass at your convenience. Student and adult calendar magnetic passes, as well as paper tickets, including tunnel will still be available and valid. Paying cash with exact fare of $3 on city service and $5 tunnel service on the bus will also remain available for our riders. Looking forward. Transit Windsor’s goal is to eliminate all magnetic passes and paper tickets and replace them with the TW Smart Pass over time (i.e. simply tap and ride). Once this has been implemented, it will provide us the opportunity to move to the next phase and final stages that include additional reload locations and mobile ticketing. Mobile ticketing would allow our riders even more flexibility to reload their TW Smart Pass online and will give you the ability to use your smartphone as a pass.

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

10:00 AM

Amhertsburg Bike Rodeo

10:00 AM — 01:00 PM

You're invited to Amherstburg Bike Rodeo - A bike safety event! Bring your bike and learn how to ride safely, enter a free bike draw, and enjoy a bbq lunch. June 2, 10am-1pm at Families First, 585 Sandwich St. S., Amherstburg. Register online at FamiliesFirst.ca/bike-rodeo or call 519-969-5841.

Location/Venue Name
Families First

  • 585 Sandwich St. S, Amherstburg, N9V 0E2
12:00 PM

St Marks by the Lake Annual Golf Tournament

12:00 PM — 08:00 PM

June 2 at Rochester Place in Belle River. Registration at 12pm. Tee off at 1pm. $110 per person registration includes lunch, golfing, prizes and dinner. For more info contact 519-735-4921.

Location/Venue Name
Rochester Place Golf Club

  • 981 County Road #2, Belle River, N0R 1A0
Monday, June 3
All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Urban Poling Walking Program

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Lacasse & Lakewood Parks offer FREE use of poles while enjoying the parks. Visit the Tecumseh Leisure Pool office (beginning June 1st) located in Lacasse Park or Lakewood Café located in Lakewood Park. Call (519) 735-4756 ext. 425 for details Turn a walk into a full body workout!

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

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, June 4
All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Wednesday, June 5
All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

09:00 AM

Giant Used Book Sale for Creation of Hope

09:00 AM — 06:30 PM

We are once again holding our annual Giant Used Book Sale at LaSalle Public School on June 5 and 6. This event raises money to support two orphaned young people in Kikima, Kenya, through the charity, Creation of Hope (https://creationofhope.com/). Books for all ages, toys, DVDs, games and puzzles will be sold. Paperbacks are $1 and hardcovers are $2. The sale will run Wednesday, June 5 from 9am to 6:30pm and Thursday, June 6 from 9am to 2pm. The public is welcome. 

Location/Venue Name
LaSalle Public School

  • 1600 Mayfair Ave, LaSalle, N9J 3T3
03:00 PM

Seniors Dinner/Dance @ the Windsor Moose Lodge

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Kick up your heels and bring your partner every Wednesday 3-7pm. Enjoy a hearty $6 meal including dessert @ 5pm. Live music to dance to and fun for all. Everyone welcome.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x1h4
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Thursday, June 6
All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
09:00 AM

Giant Used Book Sale for Creation of Hope

09:00 AM — 02:00 PM

We are once again holding our annual Giant Used Book Sale at LaSalle Public School on June 5 and 6. This event raises money to support two orphaned young people in Kikima, Kenya, through the charity, Creation of Hope (https://creationofhope.com/). Books for all ages, toys, DVDs, games and puzzles will be sold. Paperbacks are $1 and hardcovers are $2. The sale will run Wednesday, June 5 from 9am to 6:30pm and Thursday, June 6 from 9am to 2pm. The public is welcome. 

Location/Venue Name
LaSalle Public School

  • 1600 Mayfair Ave, LaSalle, N9J 3T3
04:30 PM

Legion Br 594 All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner

04:30 PM — 06:30 PM

Every other TUESDAY at 5030 Howard Ave. Spaghetti with Tomato Basil Meat Sauce, Salad and a Thick Slice of Warm Rye Bread Meals served 4:30-6:30PM Adults $7. Children (6 & under) $3. Take Out $8.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 594

  • 5030 Howard Ave, Tecumseh, N9A 6Z6
06:00 PM

Cheese Board Workshop with The Cheese Bar

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Join Sarah, owner of The Cheese Bar, at The Art Gallery of Windsor and learn how to create a Charcuterie & Cheese platter on your very own board that is sure to dazzle! During this two hour class you’ll discover unique flavours and textures of artisanal Ontario cheeses, explore how to mix and match to create the perfect array, learn practical cutting methods, and get tips for arranging them on your board. A step-by-step demonstration will guide you through the process and give you the skills you need to turn any cheese into a work of art. Plus - you get to take home your cheese display on your very own board! Very limited space available. Purchase early to avoid disappointment. Enjoy exclusive access to the Art Gallery before the workshop along with river views and a glass of wine from the balcony during the workshop. The Art Gallery of Windsor is a not-for-profit art institute in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Established in 1943, the gallery has a mandate as a public art space to show significant works of art by local, regional, and national artists. Doors will open at 5:00pm to enjoy the galleries. Access to the workshop will open at 6:30pm sharp. Be sure to come early to enjoy what the galleries current exhibits have to offer. Become inspired as you await your opportunity to create your very own platter. Be sure to arrive on time so we can collectively delve in to the creative and fun world of cheese platter making in promptly at 6:30pm. Please bring your own 8x10 board and knives - one paring and one regular. We will not have knives for you to use.

06:00 PM

Power of 100 Teens Windsor Meeting

06:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Thursday, June 6 from 6pm to 7pm. Doors open at 5:30 for registration at the Ciociaro Club, 3745 N. Talbot Rd. Teens age 13-19 years old $25 donation to be given to chosen charity For more info and to register: Website: www.powerof100teenswin.wixsite.com/inspiretohelp Email: powerof100teenswindsor@gmail.com Facebook: @powerof100teenswindsor Instagram: @powerof100teenswindsor      

06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Friday, June 7
All day

Power Off and Play at Tecumseh Summer Day Camp

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Power Off & Play with Tecumseh Summer Day Camp Staff. Spend an afternoon of FREE games and activities at your local park. Saturday, June 1 at Lacasse Park (590 Lacasse Blvd.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday , June 8 at Optimist Park (13731 St. Gregory St.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15 at McAuliffe Park (2391 St. Alphonse Rd) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 22 at St. Mary's Park (12020 Country Rd. 34) From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

All day

PA Day Basketball Camp

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

June 7, 9am-3pm at Assumption Middle School, 1110 Huron Church Rd. Cost, $50. Includes sports bag, pizza party and prizes. Led by Windsor Express & WECDSB Basketball Academy Coaches. Extended care, early drop-off 8:30am and late pick-up 5pm.  Register online at www.windsorexpress.ca or email gm@windsorexpress.ca

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
05:00 PM

Pasta Dinner at St. Paul's Essex

05:00 PM — 06:30 PM

Monthly pasta dinner at St. Paul's Anglican Church Essex, 91 St. Paul Street on Friday, June 7 from 5pm to 6:30pm.

Location/Venue Name
ST PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH

  • 92 ST PAUL STREET, ESSEX, N8M 2X7
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

07:00 PM

Relay for Life Essex County

Friday, June 7 to Saturday, June 8
07:00 PM — 07:00 AM

The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) Relay For Life brings together communities, united by the same goal of creating a world where no Canadian fears cancer. These events are also an opportunity to celebrate those who live and have lived in the face of cancer and those moving past cancer. Whether you are cheering on survivors, walking the track or joining in exciting trackside activities, Relay For Life is an unforgettable event! Relay for Life in Essex County takes place on June 7, 2019 at Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens. We know that cancer changes people and that 1 in 2 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. But a cancer diagnosis doesn’t have to define a person. Our goal is to improve the cancer experience to help people live longer and enhance their quality of life. We believe that life is bigger than cancer. Help us make a difference. Register or donate at relayforlife.ca

Location/Venue Name
Colasanti's Tropical Gardens

  • 1550 Road 3 East , Kingsville, ON , N9Y 2E5
Saturday, June 8
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
06:30 AM

27th Annual Greg Horoky Colchester Walleye Derby

06:30 AM — 10:00 PM

Join us for the 27th Annual Greg Horoky Colchester Walleye Derby on Saturday June 8 at Colchester Harbour Marina.  The first flight goes at 6:30am and the second flight goes at 7:30am.  Adult derby tickets are $25 each and can be purchased at the event or pre-purchased at Happy Days Boat Centre, The Village Store in Colchester and at the Colchester Harbour Marina.  There is also a free kids derby from 9:00-11:00 with registration at 8:30 at the marina - prize bags and hotdog BBQ to follow at the top of the hill.  Perch dinners will be available for $10 and an entertainment tent from noon-10:00pm.  Join the Rotary Club of Harrow for this wonderful event-  the largest one-day fishing derby in southern Ontario.

Location/Venue Name
Colchester Harbour Marina

  • 100 Jackson Street, Harrow, N0R 1G0
08:00 AM

Windsor Blood Donor Centre

08:00 AM — 12:00 PM

Half of all Canadians will either need blood or know someone who does. Visit the Windsor Blood Donor Centre at 3909 Grand Marais Road East and help those in need.   New Donors & Walk Ins Welcome! For more information call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or www.blood.ca  

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
10:00 AM

TEDxWindsor

10:00 AM — 04:00 PM

Internationally Renowned TEDx Conference comes Windsor TEDxWindsor starts June 8 at 10am Attention innovators, disrupters, and world-changing idea creators! TEDx has come to Windsor! Our second annual event will happen on June 8 from 10am to 4pm at the Chrysler Theatre and features 12 incredible speakers, networking time and lunch. Never heard of TEDx? Not sure what it’s about? The driving principle behind this worldwide brand is to share ideas worth spreading with forward thinking, action-oriented people to generate momentum towards conversation, innovation, and change. If you are passionate about Windsor and its incredible potential, have hope for the future, and are ready to step out and get involved, we want you at TEDxWindsor. This years theme, “The Systems of Everything” is an opportunity to look at what makes Windsor tick.  Let’s turn this city on it’s head, and make this city thrive again. We have so much potential waiting to be unleashed. Let’s get on it together. Featuring speakers on organizing, industry, education, business, medicine, and many others, you will leave full of energy, ideas, and inspiration, with the connections to bring your ideas into reality. Contact: Tina Huynh 519-992-3973 tina@tedxwindsor.com https://www.tedxwindsor.com

Location/Venue Name
Chrylser Theatre

  • 201 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, N9A 5K4
04:00 PM

Ribs and Ragtime

04:00 PM — 08:00 PM

The Amherstburg Freedom Museum is hosting Ribs and Ragtime on Saturday June 8, 4pm – 8pm. This is the 10th year for our annual garden party barbeque fundraiser, held on the grounds of one of Amherstburg's most significant historical sites.  This event features special guests, Windsor based jazz band, Black Orchid and will be catered by the Car Barn, featuring Broaster Chicken and Ribs.

Location/Venue Name
Amherstburg Freedom Museum

  • 277 King Street, Amherstburg, N9V2C7
06:00 PM

50th Anniversary Reunion of the 2861 RCEME Cadet Corps Celebrated in Windsor

Saturday, June 8 to Sunday, June 9
06:00 PM — 12:00 PM

Since 1969, members of the 2861 RCEME Cadet Corps have been recognized for their milestone achievements and accomplishments as citizens dedicated to military service. For the past fifty years, the Cadet Corps has played an integral role in the development of the youth culture -- defining skill sets, taking pride in citizenship, public speaking, discipline, self esteem, team dynamics, career-building, leadership and physical fitness enabling Cadets (aged 12 to 18) to function at their full potential in the life of their community. All former cadets, officers, and civilian instructors are invited to attend the  2861 RCEME Cadet Corps 50th Anniversary Alumni Reunion (fellowship/dinner) at 1800hrs (6:00 p.m.) on 8 June 2019 at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143 – 1570 Marentette Avenue – Windsor, Ontario. Tickets for all alumni Cadet Corps members are FREE – their guest tickets are $10.00 each. To register visit: FACEBOOK 2861 RCEME 50th Anniversary or contact Phil Ouellette at (519) 819-9788 or by email: bodocomo@hotmail.com    

06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

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, June 9
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

McGregor Music Festival is in its 30th YEAR!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Join us for the 30th Annual McGregor Music Festival! This year’s festival will support the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation’s Patient Assistance Fund and RHINO Laryngoscope. The Festival will again have a jam-packed musical lineup, food, raffles and the famous pig auction! Sunday June 9th, opens at 10am at Co An Park McGregor, ON,11071 Conc. Rd. 11. Gates Officially OPEN AT 10am. Admission, $5 per person.   About the McGregor Music Festival Over the past 29 years, the McGregor Music Festival has raised more than $300,000 for the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation.   About the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation The Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation, was established in 1996 and is an independent, community-based and volunteer-led registered charity that raises funds to purchase state-of-the-art equipment, support local cancer research, and provide short-term assistance to cancer patients experiencing financial need. All funds raised remain in our community. Thanks to tremendous community support, the WCCF has raised over $30 million dollars to support these programs at the Cancer Centre at Windsor Regional Hospital and throughout the regional cancer program.

All day

Automotive Flea Market & Festival of Cars Show

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sunday, June 9, 8am-2pm at the Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village, 6155 Arner Townline, Kingsville. This family-friendly event runs rain or shine! Admission for the public is $5 and under 12 are free. Hot food and cold drink refreshments will be available in our Boarding House. Along with this Breakfast and lunch will be served in our 50’s Diner from 8am until 2pm. Show cars are $10 for registration and can enter at 7am. Prizes will be awarded for our top 5 show cars at 2pm. Along with this door prizes for our show car owners will be drawn for as well. All automotive vendors are free and can set up their station at 7am.

08:30 AM

Erie Shores Hospice LifeWalk

08:30 AM — 12:00 PM

The 3rd Erie Shores Hospice LifeWalk is Sunday June 9th at Seacliff Park in Leamington! Check-in from 8:30-9:30am, Walk begins at 10am. All proceeds will support wellness programs at the NEW Erie Shores Hospice Welcome Centre. Bring your family and friends to enjoy a 5km walk around the trails in celebration of those we've loved and lost. Including a special performance by the Kingsville-Essex Associated Band. We request that each adult walker collect a minimum of $50 in pledges to participate.  

Location/Venue Name
Seacliff Park

  • Seacliff Dr W & Forest Ave, Leamington, N8H 3X8
09:30 AM

Bring On Summer Pop-Up Bazaar

09:30 AM — 03:00 PM

Just in time for Father's Day! St Cyril's Slovak Center 1520 Chandler Rd at Seminole,  Sunday, June 9th from 9:30am-3pm. We have something for everyone, over 35 vendors including local small business owners and unique local Artisans being showcased... crafts, jewelry, health and beauty, home goods, baked goods. Refreshments and light lunch available. Come check us out on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/302738667284642/?ti=cl Admission is free and plenty of free parking!  

12:00 PM

Ontario Country Music Singer Artist Search

12:00 PM — 07:00 PM

All ages to compete in the Ontario CMAI

on June 9 at the Belle River Royal Canadian Legion Branch 399,

506 Notre Dame St, Belle River.

Location/Venue Name
Belle River Royal Canadian Legion Branch 399

  • 506 Notre Dame St, Belle River, N0R 1A0
12:00 PM

Caddyshack Golf Tournament

12:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Register individually or your 4-some today! Caddyshack Golf Tournament at Rochester Place - $120pp SUNDAY, June 9th, shot gun at 1pm Caddyshack Golf Towel, Dinner, Cart, Lunch on the turn and Fun included. Proceeds to benefit people with physical disabilities in our community through ALSO. Contact Laura at 519-969-8188 Ext.249 or laurakay@alsogrou.org

Location/Venue Name
Rochester Place

  • 981 County Rd 2, Belle River, N0R 1A0
04:00 PM

North Wall Riders Association Hosts Veterans Fundraising Dinner

04:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Families of all ages are most welcome to enjoy the company of good friends on Sunday June 9, 2019 for the annual breaded chicken breasts dinner (with all the "sides") + dessert at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143 - 1570 Marentette Avenue, Windsor, Ontario. Proceeds to support Veterans causes in our community. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. with meal service until 7:00 p.m. - entertainment from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m and great door prizes. Advanced tickets ($20.00) pp available at the Legion or by calling Mike - 519 945-3199, Tim - 519 995-3194 or Linda - 519 796-3393. Visit us https://www.facebook.com/NWRAWindsorChapter  Your support helps us to continue our work to benefit our Veterans in need.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Avenue , Windsor, N8X 4E3
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Monday, June 10
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
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 Donor Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Half of all Canadians will either need blood or know someone who does. Visit the Windsor Blood Donor Centre at 3909 Grand Marais Road East and help those in need.   New Donors & Walk Ins Welcome! For more information call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or www.blood.ca  

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Tuesday, June 11
All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Wednesday, June 12
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Tecumseh FREE Summer Concert in the Park

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy a performance by Midlife Jazz on Sunday June 16th, 2019. Midlife Jazz plays an eclectic setlist of Pop, Classic Rock, Ligth Jazz, Easy Listening Blues and Ballads. The concert will take place at Lakewood Park North in Tecumseh from 1pm - 3pm in the WFCU square.

03:00 PM

Windsor Blood Donor Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Half of all Canadians will either need blood or know someone who does. Visit the Windsor Blood Donor Centre at 3909 Grand Marais Road East and help those in need.   New Donors & Walk Ins Welcome! For more information call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or www.blood.ca  

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Thursday, June 13
All day

Abbamania

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

June 13, doors open at 7pm at Caboto Club, Banquet Hall. This event is in support of Hiatus House. For tickets visit www.BenefitShow.net or call 1-800-516-5810

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

11:00 AM

Windsor Blood Donor Centre

11:00 AM — 07:00 PM

Half of all Canadians will either need blood or know someone who does. Visit the Windsor Blood Donor Centre at 3909 Grand Marais Road East and help those in need.   New Donors & Walk Ins Welcome! For more information call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or www.blood.ca  

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Friday, June 14
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Power Off and Play at Tecumseh Summer Day Camp

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Power Off & Play with Tecumseh Summer Day Camp Staff. Spend an afternoon of FREE games and activities at your local park. Saturday, June 1 at Lacasse Park (590 Lacasse Blvd.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday , June 8 at Optimist Park (13731 St. Gregory St.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15 at McAuliffe Park (2391 St. Alphonse Rd) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 22 at St. Mary's Park (12020 Country Rd. 34) From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

All day

David Maxwell School 90th Anniversary Reunion Weekend Events

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, 2019  David Maxwell School alumni, teachers past and present, friends and guests will gather to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of David Maxwell Public School, 1648 Francois Road in Windsor, Ontario.  The 90th Anniversary will be commemorated with the following events:  At David Maxwell School, two Open House opportunities are planned on Friday June 14 from 4 to 7pm and Saturday June 15 from 12 to 3pm. Admission is free. The David Maxwell School Alumni Committee has organized a Dinner Dance Social at the Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Avenue.  Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online from  Eventbrite.ca.  Included in the ticket are a buffet dinner, live band playing your favourite music and a photobooth where you can make new memories.  Parking is free and a cash bar is available. Please visit our website www.davidmaxwellreunion.ca  for additional information.  We also have a very active Facebook Page.  

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

08:00 AM

Windsor Blood Donor Centre

08:00 AM — 12:00 PM

Half of all Canadians will either need blood or know someone who does. Visit the Windsor Blood Donor Centre at 3909 Grand Marais Road East and help those in need.   New Donors & Walk Ins Welcome! For more information call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or www.blood.ca  

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Saturday, June 15
12:00 AM

Power Off and Play at Tecumseh Summer Day Camp

12:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Power Off & Play with Tecumseh Summer Day Camp Staff. Spend an afternoon of FREE games and activities at your local park. Saturday, June 1 at Lacasse Park (590 Lacasse Blvd.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday , June 8 at Optimist Park (13731 St. Gregory St.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15 at McAuliffe Park (2391 St. Alphonse Rd) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 22 at St. Mary's Park (12020 Country Rd. 34) From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

08:00 AM

Windsor Blood Donor Centre

08:00 AM — 12:00 PM

Half of all Canadians will either need blood or know someone who does. Visit the Windsor Blood Donor Centre at 3909 Grand Marais Road East and help those in need.   New Donors & Walk Ins Welcome! For more information call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or www.blood.ca  

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, WINDSOR, N8W 1W9
10:00 AM

Bicentennial Branch 35th Anniversary/Loyalist Day Social

10:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Sat. June 15th, 10am-2pm. Musical entertainment by SODA, Doug Robinson portraying Seamus Gunn. RSVP by June 1. Email events.bicentennial@uelac.org for info. All are welcome!  

Location/Venue Name
Canadian Transportation Museum and Heritage Village

  • 6155 Arner Townline, Kingsville, N9Y 2E5
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

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, June 16
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

12:00 PM

Tecumseh FREE Summer Concert in the Park

12:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy a performance by Midlife Jazz on Sunday June 16th, 2019. Midlife Jazz plays an eclectic setlist of Pop, Classic Rock, Ligth Jazz, Easy Listening Blues and Ballads. The concert will take place at Lakewood Park North in Tecumseh from 1pm - 3pm in the WFCU square.

06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Monday, June 17
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Maidstone Splash Pad

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Splash Pad at St. Mary's Park, 12020 County Road 34, will be open Mid-May to Mid-September daily from 10 AM to 9 PM.  

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

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
06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Tuesday, June 18
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

06:30 PM

Pickin' in the Park

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Lakeshore Optimist Park in Belle River from 6:30pm to 9pm on Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th. Bring family, friends, instruments, lawn chair, bottled water and a canned good for the local Food Bank if you are able. Presented by Essex/Kent Bluegrass Old Time & Folk Music Association.

Wednesday, June 19
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Tecumseh FREE Summer Concert in the Park

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

It's time to have some fun for the entire family with Beebo Music and Jangles the Clown on Sunday June 23rd. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs from 1pm-3pm at Lakewood Park North in Tecumseh. Beebo will be singing some old time favourites for young children and families along with many original Beebo songs. Jangles the Clown will also be here with his amazing balloon twisting designs and magic show.

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

Thursday, June 20
All day

Urban Poling Walking Program

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Lacasse & Lakewood Parks offer FREE use of poles while enjoying the parks. Visit the Tecumseh Leisure Pool office (beginning June 1st) located in Lacasse Park or Lakewood Café located in Lakewood Park. Call (519) 735-4756 ext. 425 for details Turn a walk into a full body workout!

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

04:30 PM

Legion Br 594 All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner

04:30 PM — 06:30 PM

Every other TUESDAY at 5030 Howard Ave. Spaghetti with Tomato Basil Meat Sauce, Salad and a Thick Slice of Warm Rye Bread Meals served 4:30-6:30PM Adults $7. Children (6 & under) $3. Take Out $8.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 594

  • 5030 Howard Ave, Tecumseh, N9A 6Z6
Friday, June 21
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

All day

Power Off and Play at Tecumseh Summer Day Camp

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Power Off & Play with Tecumseh Summer Day Camp Staff. Spend an afternoon of FREE games and activities at your local park. Saturday, June 1 at Lacasse Park (590 Lacasse Blvd.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday , June 8 at Optimist Park (13731 St. Gregory St.) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15 at McAuliffe Park (2391 St. Alphonse Rd) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 22 at St. Mary's Park (12020 Country Rd. 34) From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

All day

Town of Essex Proclaims AccessAbility Week

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

At their regular meeting on Tuesday, May 21, Town of Essex Council officially declared the week of May 26 to June 1 as AccessAbility Week in the municipality. The proclamation is part of a national effort to recognize the importance of accessibility and inclusion in communities and workplaces, as well as a time to celebrate the contributions of Canadians with disabilities. “This proclamation serves as a reminder that we need to continue to work to address the stigma and social isolation of people with disabilities,” said Mayor Larry Snively. “As a municipality, we play an important role in ensuring that all citizens feel included in the community they call home.” The Town’s AccessAbility Week efforts will include a social media campaign to inform the community, as well as a citizen survey seeking feedback on potential barriers that people with disabilities face in the municipality. Responses from the survey will be provided to the Town’s Accessibility Advisory Committee for consideration and potential future action. “As a committee, we serve as a voice for those individuals who often face additional barriers towards participating fully in community life,” said Richard Kokovai, committee chair. “We ask all residents, particularly those with disabilities, to fill out the survey and let us know how we can make our community more accessible and inclusive.” The survey is available online at www.essex.ca/accessibilitysurvey  or in paper at the Town’s recreation facilities (Essex Centre Sports Complex, Essex Recreation Complex, and the Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre) as well as at the municipal office in Essex Centre. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 21 at 4:00pm.

All day

Windsor Express Summer Camps

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

July 22 - 26,10am-4pm at Migration Hall, 170 Main St. E., Kingsville. For boys & girls aged 7-17. $150 per child. Extended care offered ($30 extra), early drop off at 8:30am & late pick up at 5pm. For more info or to register, www.windsorexpress.ca

Saturday, June 22
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

10:00 AM

Windsor 50+ Show

10:00 AM — 04:00 PM

The 6th annual Windsor 50+ Show takes place at the WFCU Centre on June 22 & 23, 2019. This exciting event features 75+ exhibitors with fun interactive displays, live demonstrations, fashion shows, min-treatments, free health screenings and great shopping. It’s everything for better living….from health & wellness, retirement, home, beauty and travel to leisure and recreation, education, lifestyle options and so much more…all under one roof! This year’s 50+ Show will also include lots of door prizes, giveaways, special offers and complimentary refreshments. And the first 500 visitors each day will also get a free gift bag. Admission is $5.00 at the door. Visit www.Windsor50PlusShow.com for details.

Sunday, June 23
All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Watching Glory Die to Premiere at the Jackman Dramatic Arts Centre

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Windsor theatre-goers are about to experience a world-class production written and directed by renowned Canadian playwright and Officer of the Order of Canada, Judith Thompson. Watching Glory Die will premiere in Windsor at the Hatch Studio Theatre, Jackman Dramatic Art Centre, University of Windsor, from July 23 – 27, 2019. This play is a riveting and compassionate exposé of three women trapped in a broken prison system. Inspired by the shocking, true story of teenager, Ashley Smith, Thompson’s work chronicles five years of misdiagnosis of mental health issues, cruel treatment and months on end in “therapeutic quiet”, followed by Smith’s death by suicide in her prison cell, while guards watched. Tickets for the Opening Night performance and Gala, July 23, 6:30pm, can be purchased for $100 by contacting Kelly Daniels at watchingglorydie@gmail.com. General Admission tickets are $20 each, and can be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/watching-glory-die-tickets-60317341793 Watching Glory Die will run at The Hatch Studio Theatre located in the Jackman Dramatic Art Centre, University of Windsor, 401 Sunset Ave (Patricia Road and Wyandotte Street West). This production is proudly presented by Windsor Feminist Theatre (WFT) and Kelly Daniels. Recommended for ages 12+ with mature subject matter and coarse language.

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Film Camp for Kids - It's Time to Register

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

$200 for One Week; $175 for Each Additional Week

9:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday
  • City parking across the street
  • Shoppers lot next door for quick drop-offs / pick-ups
  • Parents can pre-arrange curb-side drop-offs / pick-ups 
  • Early drop-off / late pick-up are available: $5 per day
July 1-5 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Photography (Ages 12-17; 18 if still in high school) July 8-12 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Animation and Special Effects (Ages 12-17; 18 if in high school) July 15-19 Filmmaking (Ages 9-11) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) July 22-26 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) July 29-Aug 2 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) Aug 5-9 Filmmaking (Ages 12-14) August 12-16 Filmmaking (Ages 15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 19-23 Filmmaking Ages (15-17) French Immersion Filmmaking (Ages 9-14) Storytelling and Creative Writing (Ages 8-12) August 26-August 30 Visual Arts Camp (Ages 8-12) August 25 (evening)-August 30 Overnight Filmmaking Camp (Ages 10-15) (at Kiwanis Sunshine Point Camp in Harrow)   www.filmcampforkids.com

All day

Door-to-Door Canvass for Dog Tags in Tecumseh

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Commissionaires Ottawa will begin canvassing May 28 to June 29 during the day, evening and weekend hours. They will be wearing a uniform and have identification. Dog Owners, who do not have dog tags, will be asked to complete the 2019 Dog Licence Renewal Application (Application), and provide payment of the $35 fee. Cash, debit or cheques made payable to the Town of Tecumseh, are acceptable payment forms. More Details available at www.tecumseh.ca.    

10:00 AM

Windsor 50+ Show

10:00 AM — 04:00 PM

The 6th annual Windsor 50+ Show takes place at the WFCU Centre on June 22 & 23, 2019. This exciting event features 75+ exhibitors with fun interactive displays, live demonstrations, fashion shows, min-treatments, free health screenings and great shopping. It’s everything for better living….from health & wellness, retirement, home, beauty and travel to leisure and recreation, education, lifestyle options and so much more…all under one roof! This year’s 50+ Show will also include lots of door prizes, giveaways, special offers and complimentary refreshments. And the first 500 visitors each day will also get a free gift bag. Admission is $5.00 at the door. Visit www.Windsor50PlusShow.com for details.

12:00 PM

Tecumseh FREE Summer Concert in the Park

12:00 PM — 03:00 PM

It's time to have some fun for the entire family with Beebo Music and Jangles the Clown on Sunday June 23rd. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs from 1pm-3pm at Lakewood Park North in Tecumseh. Beebo will be singing some old time favourites for young children and families along with many original Beebo songs. Jangles the Clown will also be here with his amazing balloon twisting designs and magic show.

Monday, June 24
All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
All day

Tecumseh Celebrates Canada Day

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Monday July 1st from 1pm-4pm, enjoy free activities for the whole family at Lakewood Park in Tecumseh. Or you can make a splash at Tecumseh Leisure Pool, 590 Lacasse Blvd, for free from 1pm-3:30pm compliments of Tim Hortons.

All day

Rocket Mortgage Classic - Parking

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Spectator parking for the Rocket Mortgage Classic will be located at the Michigan State Fairgrounds, and fans will be shuttled to the main tournament entrance – making for a convenient and easy entrance to the event. Fans will enter the Fairgrounds on West State Fair Avenue between Woodward Avenue and John R Street, and can then board a free shuttle to take them less than two miles to and from Detroit Golf Club. On-site parking prices will be $15 for Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday, June 26, and $25 for each day Thursday, June 27-Sunday, June 30. Attendees are encouraged to purchase parking online to simplify their entry into the event while also saving $5 on Tuesday-Sunday fees, and parking can be bought online only as part of a ticket purchase. Those buying tickets at RocketMortgageClassic.com between now and tournament week will be given the option to add parking to their purchase, and previous ticket buyers will receive an email with an offer to purchase parking in advance. Ticket holders and ticket buyers will be permitted to purchase up to four parking passes per day of the tournament. Complimentary handicapped parking is located at the University of Detroit Mercy, with ADA accessible shuttles to and from Detroit Golf Club. Fans must have a handicap placard and ID that matches the placard to park in this lot. For those intending to use rideshare to get to and from the Rocket Mortgage Classic, the Palmer Park Community Building (1121 Merrill Plaisance Street, Detroit, MI 48203) is the tournament’s designated drop-off and pick-up location. Rideshare drivers will need to approach from the south via Woodward Ave., as access to Pontchartrain Blvd. will be restricted to residents and credentialed vehicles only.

All day

Adult Swim Lessons at Tecumseh Leisure Pool

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Adult swim lessons is the perfect program for beginners who may be just starting out or swimmers who want help with their strokes. Participants set their own goals to develop water confidence and smooth recognizable strokes. Targeted Water Smart® drowning prevention messages are an integral part of the Swim for Life® program. Instructors are prepared to accommodate the needs of adult learners and provide the flexibility for the participant to select the skills they want to learn to achieve their personal swimming goals. Classes are every Monday & Wednesday evenings beginning in July with levels Adult 1 or Adult 2/3 to choose from. If you are not sure which level to register for you can speak with a Pool Coordinator, they can be contacted at 519-735-4756 ext. 435 To view exact times and prices, as well as registering online please visit www.TecumsehRec.ca  

All day

Tecumseh Summer Day Camp

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

For Ages 5 - 12 Come daily, weekly or for the whole summer. Summer Day Camp is the perfect opportunity to meet new friends. Day Camp runs beginning June 28th to August 31st; Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 4:30 PM. A supervisor is on duty from 7:30 AM until 5:30 PM for early drop-off and late pick-up schedules. Our staff is certified in First Aid and CPR with HIGH FIVE training in the Principles of Healthy Child Development. Activities include sports, games, drama, crafts, movies, special events, swimming, skating and more. A special event is scheduled every week which may include off-site excursions. Campers are required to bring their own lunch, snacks and beverages. Fees: $140 / week (includes special event activities) $120 for 4-day holiday week $35 / day plus special event activity fee if applicable. *Due to limited space, advance registration is required.   To register please visit tecumsehrec.ca

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, June 25
All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3
Wednesday, June 26
All day

Tecumseh Rock N' Swim Pool Party

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

On Friday, June 28 from 1:00 to 3:30pm. Enjoy a FREE afternoon at Tecumseh Leisure Pool located at Lacasse Park. A DJ will be providing great tunes, compliments of the Tecumseh Youth Advisory Committee.    

All day

Essex - Free Programs for Recreation & Parks Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is celebrating Recreation and Parks Month (JRPM) with a number of free programs as part of the “JRPM presents Take a Dip…Drop in and Play” promotion. Throughout the province, Recreation and Parks Month encourages residents to get active in outdoor spaces and programs. The Town of Essex features a wide range of multi-use trails, parks, playgrounds, and recreation facilities, giving residents ample options to choose from. Free events begin with the JRPM Kick-Off on Saturday June 1 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre). All are welcome to take part in this family-friendly event featuring bouncy castles, Nerf Ninja battles, healthy snacks, and more. “We have been a proud supporter of Recreation and Parks Month since 2007 as a way to encourage residents and families to experience the wide variety of recreational opportunities available,” said Doug Sweet, Director of Community Services. “We’re especially excited to offer such a large number of free programs this year to give everyone a chance to see what we offer and hopefully try something new.” Funding for free programs is provided through a ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge grant. The Town is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from May 31 to June 16, which recognizes Canada’s Most Active Community. ParticipACTION will award $150,000 to the community which rallies the most participants and accumulates the most active minutes during the challenge. To participate, residents can download the ParticipACTION mobile app and get active throughout the month. Community members can also be entered into a draw to win free prizes by liking, commenting, or sharing the Community Better Challenge post on the Town’s Facebook page. Free programs include:
  • JRPM Kick-Off, Saturday, June 1, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex (242 Talbot Street North, Essex Centre)
  • Family Swim, Wednesday, June 5, 7:00pm-8:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Colchester Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 9, 3:00pm, Colchester Harbour (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Yoga on Tuesday, June 11, 6:00pm-7:00pm, McGregor Community Centre (9571 Walker Road, McGregor Centre)
  • Cardio Aquafit, Friday June 14, 9:15am-9:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Pickleball on Tuesday, June 18, 9:30am-11:30am, Essex Community Centre (25 Gosfield Townline West, Essex Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 19, 6:15pm-7:15pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Yoga Fit on Thursday, June 20 6:15pm-7:15pm, Colchester Community Centre (100 Jackson Street, Colchester Centre)
  • Spin H2O, Sunday, June 23 8:00am-8:45am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Harrow Community Bike Ride, Sunday, June 23, 3:00pm, Harrow and Colchester South Community Centre (243 McAffee Street, Harrow Centre)
  • Spin H2O on Wednesday, June 26, 6:15pm-7:00pm, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Family Swim, Monday, June 24 10:00am-11:30am, Essex Recreation Complex
  • Lengths Swim, Friday, June 28 6:30am-8:00am, Essex Recreation Complex
  For more information and to pre-register online visit www.essexconnect.ca or call 519-776-8992.

All day

Singles 50+ Social Club Welcomes New Members

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Are you over 50, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Do you spend too much time in front of the television or computer? Are you tired of, or not interested in bars? Are you looking for social activities geared to you as an unattached single?  We offer activities and outings for everyone: cards, dancing, a walking group, coffee nights, movie nights, dinners at a variety of restaurants, day trips, an annual picnic, etc.  If you don't see anything that catches your interest, suggestions and new ideas are always welcome!  Our breakfast buffet/meeting is held every Saturday at 10am (doors open 9:30am) at Legion Branch 143, 1570 Marentette, Windsor. Cost is $9 per meeting attended (includes breakfast), and you will receive a calendar of the current month’s activities.  See us on Facebook at Singles 50+ Social Club, Windsor On.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 143

  • 1570 Marentette Ave., Windsor, ON, N8X 4E3