Community Messages

Monday, May 21
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
All day

Annual Steak Dinner at Bedford United Church

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Kick off BBQ season with us! May 26, 4-7pm. Tickets are $16/adult & $8/ under 12 yrs. Tickets available at the door and take out is available. We have a large parking lot in the rear off Russell St. and we are fully accessible. Don't miss out; this is our last dinner of the season and we saved the BEST for LAST!

01:00 PM

Lakeshore Community Blood Drive

01:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Give life.....Donate blood. Every minute of every day someone in Canada needs blood or blood. It takes many donors to help one person in need. Please take an hour to give the gift of life. New Donors and Walk Ins Welcome! For additional information or to book an appointment: www.blood.ca or 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283)

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

  • 267 Meunier Street, Belle River, N0R 1A0
Tuesday, May 22
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
All day

Annual Steak Dinner at Bedford United Church

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Kick off BBQ season with us! May 26, 4-7pm. Tickets are $16/adult & $8/ under 12 yrs. Tickets available at the door and take out is available. We have a large parking lot in the rear off Russell St. and we are fully accessible. Don't miss out; this is our last dinner of the season and we saved the BEST for LAST!

Wednesday, May 23
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
All day

Annual Steak Dinner at Bedford United Church

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Kick off BBQ season with us! May 26, 4-7pm. Tickets are $16/adult & $8/ under 12 yrs. Tickets available at the door and take out is available. We have a large parking lot in the rear off Russell St. and we are fully accessible. Don't miss out; this is our last dinner of the season and we saved the BEST for LAST!

Thursday, May 24
All day

Annual Steak Dinner at Bedford United Church

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Kick off BBQ season with us! May 26, 4-7pm. Tickets are $16/adult & $8/ under 12 yrs. Tickets available at the door and take out is available. We have a large parking lot in the rear off Russell St. and we are fully accessible. Don't miss out; this is our last dinner of the season and we saved the BEST for LAST!

All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
10:00 AM

Yoga Classes at Malden Park

10:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Malden Park awaits you. We will be doing yoga inside during winter and outside in the covered patio for warm springtime. Please bring a yoga mat and blanket for your comfort, and we’ll see you at the park! Thursdays, Apr 19 – May 31 Time: 11:00am – 12:30pm Fee: $49 / 7 weeks To register please phone Mackenzie Hall at 519-255-7600.

06:00 PM

All Candidates Debate

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Thursday, May 24 at the Other Place Catering, 1395 Walker Road. Doors open at 6pm. Debate 6:30pm to 8pm. Hosted by Hotel Dieu Grace Health Care & Canadian Mental Health Association-Windsor Essex.

Friday, May 25
All day

Annual Steak Dinner at Bedford United Church

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Kick off BBQ season with us! May 26, 4-7pm. Tickets are $16/adult & $8/ under 12 yrs. Tickets available at the door and take out is available. We have a large parking lot in the rear off Russell St. and we are fully accessible. Don't miss out; this is our last dinner of the season and we saved the BEST for LAST!

All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
03:00 PM

W.E. Trans Support Open House

03:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Transgender and Allied Support Open House on Friday, May 25 from 3pm to 6pm at 111 Wyandotte Street West. Come check out our new space. Light refreshments will be served. Info at www.wetranssupport.ca.

Location/Venue Name
W>E> Trans Support

  • 111 Wyandotte Street West, Windsor, N8X 5A7
07:00 PM

Dale's Friday Coffee House

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

The Bank Theatre Proudly Presents Dale's Friday Coffee House - a night of music with touring, and local musicians including the Mayor and CAO of Leamington this month! Friday, May 25, Doors 6:30 pm Show 7:00 pm OFFSITE at Knox Hall. Knox Presbyterian Church, 58 Erie St. S. Leamington. Admission - Pass the hat Dale Butler & Gord Harwood John Paterson Linda Girard Peter & Spencer Neufeld  Evan & John Greg Steiner Natalie Steiner Ken Dunn w Anna Green   www.banktheatre.com #LeamingtonProud #ExperienceLeamington #YQG #OnThe42

Location/Venue Name
Knox Hall, Knox Presbyterian Church

  • 58 Erie St. S.,, Leamington, Ontario , N8H 3B1
Saturday, May 26
All day

Annual Steak Dinner at Bedford United Church

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Kick off BBQ season with us! May 26, 4-7pm. Tickets are $16/adult & $8/ under 12 yrs. Tickets available at the door and take out is available. We have a large parking lot in the rear off Russell St. and we are fully accessible. Don't miss out; this is our last dinner of the season and we saved the BEST for LAST!

All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
09:00 AM

St. David/St. Mark Church Yard, Bake & Plant Sale

09:00 AM — 03:00 PM

Saturday, May 26 from 9am to 3pm at 3401 Byng @ Foster. Yard, Bake, Plant Sale & B.B.Q

12:00 PM

Yoga in the Gallery at the Art Gallery of Windsor

12:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Yoga in the Gallery at the Art Gallery of Windsor Join dance artist and instructor, Anh Nguyen from HNM Dance Company, for a one-hour yoga session on May 26 at 12:00pm in the 3rd floor Gallery. Open to all ages and levels. Space is limited. Bring your own mat. FREE with $10 Gallery admission. Free for AGW Members. For more info call 519-977-0013.

10:00 PM

Trunk Sale

Saturday, May 26 to Sunday, May 27
10:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Have something to sell. Come to AIDS Crisis Response Team (ACRT) Trunk Sale. May 26, 10am-3pm at Fogolar Furlan Club. For more email info@aidscrisisresponseteam.org or call 519-252-5552 

Location/Venue Name
Fogolar Furlan

  • 1800 N. Service Road, Windsor, N8W 1Y3
Sunday, May 27
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
09:00 AM

CAN-AM Nationals

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

Presented by Windsor Area Street Rods Inc. In support of ALS.  May 27, 9am-4pm at Gil Maure Park LaSalle. $10 entry fee, spectators $5. Rain or Shine. All show quality modifieds welcome! Food available for purchase. Live music by The Rio Michaels Trio. To pre-register call Roy at 519-736-6096

Location/Venue Name
Gil Maure Park, LaSalle

  • 1010 Front rd, LaSalle, LaSalle, N9J 1Z9CAN-AM National
01:00 PM

Sundays in the Studio at the Art Gallery of Windsor

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Join us every Sunday from 1pm to 4pm at Art Gallery of Windsor, 401 Riverside Drive West for FREE drop-in workshops led by local artists, presented with the support of Anne Safranyos & family. Enjoy fun and inventive activities for the whole family! Join us for a docent-led tour at 2pm. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. FREE with $10 Gallery admission. Free for AGW Members. For more info call 519-977-0013  

02:00 PM

A Paws-itively Purr-fect Paint Event!

02:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Since May is the month of Mothers, Jo’s Arty Party will be dedicating this fundraiser specifically to the needs and care of Emma’s Gang, a Mom and her beautiful litter of 10 puppies who were born at the end of January and who are being cared for by Second Chance Animal Rescue (in memory of Baby Rue #11 who fought a valiant fight). For only $35 you can enjoy an afternoon of fun, laughs and a paint experience where you will go home with a PAWS-itively PURR-fect painting! We can even arrange to have your fur-baby’s name added to the painting to make it even more special and one-of-a-kind. Join us at Cramdons Tap & Eatery on Sunday, May 27 from 2-4pm. Please contact Jo’s Arty Party at josartyparty@gmail.com to register. Seating is limited so reserve your spots TODAY!!

Location/Venue Name
Cramdons Tap & Eatery

  • 2950 Dougall Ave., Windsor, N9E 1S2
07:00 PM

St. Vincent de Paul Charity Concert

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

On Sunday May 27 at St. Anne's Parish starting, 7pm in the church. Amazing performers including Crystal Gage and Ryan St. Denis, Abbey Neves, Fr. Eugene Roy, Lee and Stephanie Asciak, 2Fish and much more! No tickets will be sold, a basket will be passed during the concert. A reception with refreshments will be served after the show. Bring the whole family!

Location/Venue Name
St. Anne Church

  • 12233 Tecumseh Rd., Tecumseh, N8N 1M3
Monday, May 28
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
01:00 PM

Notice of Public Meeting: Windsor Police Services Board

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Monday, May 28 at 1pm at Windsor Police Headquarters, 4th Floor Boardroom, 150 Goyeau Street. Anyone wishing to address the Board must contact the Administrative Assistant in writing, 8 days prior to the meeting.

05:00 PM

St. Vincent de Paul - Swiss Chalet Fundraiser

05:00 PM — 08:00 PM

St. Vincent de Paul - Swiss Chalet Fundraiser 500 Manning Rd. Monday May 28 Monday June 25 5 - 8 pm For every 1/4 chicken meal $1 is donated to Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Support Coupons available on site. Help Us to Help Others

Location/Venue Name
Swiss Chalet

  • 500 Manning Rd. , Windsor, N8N 2L9
Tuesday, May 29
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
Wednesday, May 30
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
06:00 PM

Welcome Bowls

06:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Windsor Essex Welcomes Refugees welcomes you to a fun evening of fabulous food. Choose a handmade bowl (donated by local potters) and then sample soups and salads from various restaurants participating. Bread, dessert, silent auction and live music are also included...and the bowl is yours to keep! Cash bar. Drop in anytime on May 30 from 6 to 9pm. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased from Midwifery Collective of Essex County (1455 Pelissier Street) or Levigator Press (1984 Wyandotte Street East).

Location/Venue Name
Walkerville Brewery

  • 525 Argyle Road, Windsor, N8Y 4Z8
Thursday, May 31
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
10:00 AM

Yoga Classes at Malden Park

10:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Malden Park awaits you. We will be doing yoga inside during winter and outside in the covered patio for warm springtime. Please bring a yoga mat and blanket for your comfort, and we’ll see you at the park! Thursdays, Apr 19 – May 31 Time: 11:00am – 12:30pm Fee: $49 / 7 weeks To register please phone Mackenzie Hall at 519-255-7600.

06:30 PM

Provincial Election Debate

06:30 PM — 10:00 PM

Chatham-Kent- Leamington Candidates Debate at Leamington District Half Century Centre on Thursday, May 31. Meet & Greet at 6:30pm. Debate 7pm. Moderator Corey Robertson.

Friday, June 1
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

05:00 PM

Monthly Pasta Dinner

05:00 PM — 06:30 PM

St.Paul's Anglican Church, 92 St. Paul Street in Essex on Friday, June 1 from 5pm to 6:30pm.

Location/Venue Name
ST PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH

  • 92 ST PAUL STREET, Essex, N8M 1Y1
05:00 PM

Roast Beef Dinner

05:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Friday, June 1 from 5pm to 7pm at Westminster United Church, 1680 Dougall Ave at Tecumseh Rd W. Advance tickets $13, at the Door $15. Call 519-258-1471 for tickets/info.

06:00 PM

Curator’s Members Only Tour at the Art Gallery of Windsor

06:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Please join Jose Diaz, Chief Curator, The Andy Warhol Museum for a members-only private tour of Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter and Andy Warhol: EAT. Fridays Live!  on June 1, 6pm. Opening Reception for the Spring/Summer Exhibitions to follow from 7:00pm-10:00pm. FREE to AGW members. Memberships can be purchased online at www.agw.ca, by phone at 519-977-0013, by mail or in person. 

Saturday, June 2
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
08:00 AM

Cottam Annual Town Wide Yard Sale

08:00 AM — 03:00 PM

The small town of Cottam comes alive on SATURDAY, JUNE 2 with the BEST TOWN WIDE YARD SALE AROUND! Come see what our little town has to offer with the great yard sales, restaurants, stores, parks, splash pad and all the friendly people!! 

Location/Venue Name
Cottam Ontario

  • Cottam Ontario, Cottam, N0R1B0
09:00 AM

Garage Sale

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Saturday, June 2 from 9am to 1pm at Lions Manor, 230 Strabane Ave. Something for everyone. Come out and see what you can find. Funds raised to support ongoing Lions community projects.

Location/Venue Name
Lions Manor

  • 230 Strabane Ave, Windsor, N8X 5A7
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

02:00 PM

Strut From "The Hut" - June 2

02:00 PM — 05:00 PM

June 2 is the day designated for Strut from the Hut. This will begin at 2pm. Tickets will be available at the bar on an announced date. They will be $25 and will include a T-shirt, 1 drink and food. There will be a poker run with a visit to Walkerville brewery, Walkerville Tavern, and The Victoria Tavern and back to  Branch 12. There will be an activity at each stop, with prizes, and more poker cards.

04:00 PM

Ribs and Ragtime

04:00 PM — 08:00 PM

In an effort to raise funds, the Amherstburg Freedom Museum is hosting its annual Ribs and Ragtime event on June 2. Not only is this event a fundraiser, it is an opportunity for the museum to engage with the community and share Amherstburg’s rich Black History. At the event guests will be served ribs, chicken and side dishes, with a fantastic musical performance from the band Straight Ahead.  The event starts at 4pm to 8pm here at the Amherstburg Freedom Museum.

Location/Venue Name
Amherstburg Freedom Museum

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

The Valkyrie

06:00 PM — 08:15 PM

In Norse Mythology, the Valkyrie are a group of mythical female warriors sent by the god, Odin, to collect the slain on the battlefield for the afterlife. In a moment of compassion, young Valkyrie Brunhilde saves a mortal's soul and is cursed for disobeying Odin. She descends into a whirlwind of love, deception, and loss in this epic tale inspired by the Norse Saga.  Come and enjoy this epic battle of 40 local youth dancers (ages 13-28) executing various styles of dance and combat with vibrant costumes, brilliant lights and sets on June 2 and 3. For more information or to reserve your seats email info@windsordanceexperience.ca. To see what this company is all about you can also visit us on facebook or on our website, www.windsordanceexperience.ca  Windsor Dance eXperience Inc. (WDX) is a non-profit theatrical dance company dedicated to giving local kids an outlet for their creative and physical activities. It is unique in its efforts to make dance and the theatre experience available to anyone passionate about performing, regardless of his or her background in the arts.  Love to dance or know someone who does? We produce 2-3 theatrical dance productions a year,summer camp​​ and offer drop in technique classes. Find out more about registration and classes. 

Location/Venue Name
Capitol Theatre

  • 121 University Ave W, Windsor, N9A 5P4
Sunday, June 3
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

01:00 PM

Sundays in the Studio at the Art Gallery of Windsor

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Join us every Sunday from 1pm to 4pm for FREE drop-in workshops led by local artists, presented with the support of Anne Safranyos & family. Enjoy fun and inventive activities for the whole family! Join us for a docent-led tour at 2pm. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. FREE to AGW Members. Non-Members, FREE with $10 Gallery admission. Call 519-977-0013 for more details.

01:30 PM

The Valkyrie

01:30 PM — 03:45 PM

In Norse Mythology, the Valkyrie are a group of mythical female warriors sent by the god, Odin, to collect the slain on the battlefield for the afterlife. In a moment of compassion, young Valkyrie Brunhilde saves a mortal's soul and is cursed for disobeying Odin. She descends into a whirlwind of love, deception, and loss in this epic tale inspired by the Norse Saga.  Come and enjoy this epic battle of 40 local youth dancers (ages 13-28) executing various styles of dance and combat with vibrant costumes, brilliant lights and sets on June 2 and 3. For more information or to reserve your seats email info@windsordanceexperience.ca. To see what this company is all about you can also visit us on facebook or on our website, www.windsordanceexperience.ca  Windsor Dance eXperience Inc. (WDX) is a non-profit theatrical dance company dedicated to giving local kids an outlet for their creative and physical activities. It is unique in its efforts to make dance and the theatre experience available to anyone passionate about performing, regardless of his or her background in the arts.  Love to dance or know someone who does? We produce 2-3 theatrical dance productions a year,summer camp​​ and offer drop in technique classes. Find out more about registration and classes. 

Location/Venue Name
Capitol Theatre

  • 121 University Ave W, Windsor, N9A 5P4
Monday, June 4
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

12:30 PM

Caddyshack Golf Tournament

12:30 PM — 07:00 PM

June 4, registration 11:30am-12:30pm and shot gun start, 1pm at Fox Glen Golf Club. Caddyshack golf tournament is a fun filled day of golf with a little extra fun. Dress in your most outrageous golf attire if you want, join in on the games including “be the ball” putting contest or Dangerfield’s longest drive. This tournament is sure to be a “hole” lot of fun. Book your spot early and receive a complimentary Bushwood T-shirt with your registration. $119.80 per golfer includes golf, cart, dinner and lunch. REGISTER TODAY!

Location/Venue Name
Fox Glen Golf Club

  • 7525 Howard Ave, McGregor, N0R 1J0
Tuesday, June 5
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Wednesday, June 6
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Thursday, June 7
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

05:00 PM

First Thursdays at the Art Gallery of Windsor

05:00 PM — 09:00 PM

The Gallery offers extended hours on the first Thursday of each month. Enjoy our new Spring/Summer exhibitions, studio activities, games, and refreshments. The Gallery will be open from 11am to 9pm. FREE to AGW Members. Non-Members, FREE with $10 Gallery admission. For more details call 519-977-0013.

Friday, June 8
All day

The Gathering - Free Park Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

July 8, 1-3pm at Central Park, 3301 Woodland Ave. Games for all ages, great prizes, treats and much more! For more information visit www.thegatheringwindsor.com or call 519-962-5110

All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Saturday, June 9
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
09:00 AM

Kids Funfest

09:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Kids Funfest offers free, fun, and quality educational/interactive experiences for the whole family. It is taking place on the Outdoor Grounds at Clearwater Arena in Sarnia, ON, on Saturday, June 9th, 2018. The event runs from 9:00AM – 2:00PM with free admission.

Location/Venue Name
Clearwater Arena

  • 1400 Wellington Street, Sarnia, N7S6G5
10:00 AM

Warriors Wear Red Beauty for Charity Event

10:00 AM — 02:00 PM

March 10, 10am-2pm, 2879 Riverside Dr., E, entrance at 229 Cadillac Street. Come and enjoy a friendly shopping experience where part of the proceeds go towards helping survivors of human trafficking. Free hand massages, sampling our all organic, vegan cosmetics, a fun photo booth. Beauty for Charity events support Survivors of Human Trafficking-your attendance and purchases support this amazing cause!  A chance to win a free make up and makeover! So much more!  We help survivors of human trafficking. We wear red to be seen and to be heard. We give a voice for those who suffer in silence. Sponsored by Spirit of Excellence-registered charity. Call 226-787-3328 for more information or to become a Warriors Wear Red representative!  

Location/Venue Name
Kosti Beauty Institute at The Water's Edge Event Centre

  • 229 Cadillac ST., Windsor, N8Y2S8
10:30 AM

Strawberry Social Luncheon

10:30 AM — 01:30 PM

Saturday, June 9, Epworth United Church, 56 Division St. S., Kingsville will host a Strawberry Socal Luncheon from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. Menu will include sandwiches, veggies, tea, coffee and Strawberry Shortcake. Cost is $10 for adults, $6 for children ages 5 - 10. Free for children 4 and under. Tickets available at the church office and at the door.

Location/Venue Name
Epworth United Church

  • 56 Division St. S., Kingsville, N9Y1P6
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

07:00 PM

Celebrate Summer - An Evening of Gospel Music

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

The Salvation Army South Windsor Citadel Songsters & Band presents "CELEBRATE SUMMER - An Evening of Gospel Music" with Master of Ceremonies Jim Cricton on June 9 at 7pm @ 1201 Grand Marais Rd  W. Windsor.

Location/Venue Name
The Salvation Army South Windsor Citadel

  • 1201 Grand Marais Road West, Windsor, N9E 1C8
Sunday, June 10
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
08:00 AM

Erie Shores Hospice LifeWalk

08:00 AM — 11:00 AM

Don’t miss the Erie Shores Hospice Lifewalk - presented by TD Bank! On Sunday June 10 from9am to 12pm, join this family friendly 5km walk around the beautiful trails at Seacliff Park in Leamington. Proceeds support Erie Shores Hospice, so everyone has access to outstanding care- at no cost to families- when they need it most. Enjoy a food truck lunch, dove release ceremony, and the Kingsville Marching Band! Register today at www.ESHFoundation.ca! 

Location/Venue Name
Seacliff Park

  • Seacliff Dr W & Forest Ave, Leamington, N8H 3X8
09:00 AM

22nd Annual Hospice Lifewalk

09:00 AM — 12:00 PM

Join us on June 10th at the Ciociaro Club on their stunning outdoor scenic track for the 22nd annual Hospice LifeWalk. This is a leisurely 5km fundraising walk, run or bike supporting The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County. Now in its 22nd year, the LifeWalk provides the opportunity for participants to remember those who have fought, or are still fighting a life-altering diagnosis. There will be a lunch provided to all life walk participants at the Ciociaro club pavilion. To print off pledge forms or register online visit www.hospicelifewalk.ca. For more information contact Shannon at 519-251-2557 or email sbarnwell@thehospice.ca

Location/Venue Name
The Ciociaro Club

  • 3745 N Talbot Rd, Oldcastle, ON, N0R 1L0
09:00 AM

All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast Buffet @ the Moose Lodge

09:00 AM — 12:00 PM

Fantastic assortment of breakfast goodies, eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, pancakes, potatoes, toast, coffee, tea, 2 juices. Adults $8. Kids under 7 $4. Sunday, June 10, 9am-noon.

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Moose Lodge 1499

  • 777 Tecumse rd w, Windsor, n8x1h4
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

01:00 PM

Sundays in the Studio at the Art Gallery of Windsor

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Join us every Sunday from 1pm to 4pm for FREE drop-in workshops led by local artists, presented with the support of Anne Safranyos & family. Enjoy fun and inventive activities for the whole family! Join us for a docent-led tour at 2pm. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. FREE to AGW Members. Non-Members, FREE with $10 Gallery admission. Call 519-977-0013 for more details.

02:00 PM

Aisling'n'Gael - A Celtic Celebration

02:00 PM — 04:00 PM

In honour of our 31st Anniversary, the Emerald Isle Dance Society (EIDS) is hosting Aisling ’n’ Gael, a celebration of Celtic Family, Fun and Friendship on Sunday June 10 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm  at the Capitol Theatre. EIDS is proud to have been part of Windsor’s Irish heritage for over 3 decades and we want to share our passion, our talent and our history of dance with you. This Gaelic event will feature musical performances by Cape Brenton Fiddler Kenneth MacLeod and local favourite, Celtic guitarist Clinton Hammond and of course our very own Emerald Isle Irish Dancers. Doors open @ 1:30pm Show @ 2:00pm Tickets Only $23 Adults $12.50 (10 and under) Tickets are available through the Capitol Theatre Box Office or online at http://www.capitoltheatrewindsor.ca/event/061018/ For more information about EIDS visit www.irishdancewindsor.com

Location/Venue Name
Captiol Theatre

  • 121 University Ave W , Windsor, N9A 5P4
Monday, June 11
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
10:00 AM

Go Green Golf Tournament

10:00 AM — 07:00 PM

Join the Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch for our annual charity golf tournament. Held at the prestigious Essex Golf & Country Club, the tournament features 18 holes of golf with cart, pizza upon arrival, great golfer gifts, lunch at the turn, great pick-a-square prizes, entertainment and dinner. $300 per player. Sponsorship opportunities available. Proceeds support the Griefworks program, which provides supportive grief counseling to children and youth that have experienced the loss of a loved one. June 11, 10am-7:30pm at Essex Golf & Country Club, 7555 Matchette Rd. 

Location/Venue Name
Essex Golf & Country Club

  • 7555 Matchette Rd., LaSalle, N9J 2S4
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Tuesday, June 12
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

07:10 PM

Detroit Tigers Canadian Fan Game Night

07:10 PM — 10:00 PM

Calling all Canadian Detroit Tigers fans! Detroit Tigers v. Minnesota Twins Join the Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch in celebration of all Canadian fans of the Detroit Tigers! Your ticket purchase includes admission to the game, a Canadian Tigers fan hat and a donation to CMHA-WECB. Proceeds support the Sole Focus Project. For more information visit www.tigers.com/canadian

Location/Venue Name
Comerica Park

  • 2100 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 48201
Wednesday, June 13
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Thursday, June 14
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Friday, June 15
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Saturday, June 16
12:00 AM

F. J. BRENNAN HIGH SCHOOL 9th ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

12:00 AM — 06:00 PM

F.J Brennan High School will hold its 9th Annual Golf tournament at Ambassador Golf Club on Saturday June 16. All Alumni and friends are welcome. Cost is $110.00 for 18 holes of golf and dinner. Dinner only is $40. Submit a team or Join a team ...phone the school at 519-945-2351 for more info. All proceeds to F.J. Brennan High School.

Location/Venue Name
Ambassador Golf Club

  • 1025 Sprucewood Ave, Windsor Ontario, N9J-3Z1
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Sunday, June 17
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

01:00 PM

Sundays in the Studio at the Art Gallery of Windsor

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Join us every Sunday from 1pm to 4pm for FREE drop-in workshops led by local artists, presented with the support of Anne Safranyos & family. Enjoy fun and inventive activities for the whole family! Join us for a docent-led tour at 2pm. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. FREE to AGW Members. Non-Members, FREE with $10 Gallery admission. Call 519-977-0013 for more details.

Monday, June 18
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

12:00 PM

RCL Branch 12 Toonie Tuesday

12:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Every Tuesday from noon till 7pm. Hotdogs- $2, Hamburgers- $2, French Fries- $2. Come out and Toonie with us, corner of Argyle and Brant Street.

Tuesday, June 19
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop

Wednesday, June 20
All day

Take the Vital Signs Survey!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The WindsorEssex Commuity Foundation (WECF) has run Vital Signs® - a national program under the auspices of Community Foundations of Canada - which draws connections between national, provincial, and local data on a range of issues that are important to the local community. For the past five years the WECF has produced a Vital Signs® survey which asks Windsor/Essex residents a variety of questions on 11 issue areas vital to the quality of life in our communities. The survey results are published in the Vital Signs® report, an educational tool that provides our residents with the opportunity to learn about their region, reflect on how we’re doing, and inspire conversation and communication. We want to hear the voices of residents of Windsor/Essex and encourage you to complete a the 2018 Vital Signs survey (available online until August 17). For your time, we're giving you a chance to win $100!

Location/Venue Name
In the comfort of your home or office!

  • Your Address, Windsor/Essex, N9A
11:00 AM

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

11:00 AM — 05:00 PM

June 1 to September 30. $10 Gallery admission (FREE to AGW members) This spring-summer is the second and final Windsor-only showing of The Sandwich Project, the brainchild of conceptual artist, IAIN BAXTER&. Last year, this project began by exploring how Sandwich is at once place, object, and experience. This year, the curatorial team of Jaclyn Meloche and Christopher Finn has organized five more exhibitions which consider the art and economics of food. Featuring two exhibitions of Andy Warhol’s work, photographs from BAXTER&’s 2008 residency in Rennes, France, a group artist exhibition of contemporary art, and a still life exhibition from the AGW collection, this program is sure to wow you with quality and content. It is a pleasure to have American Pop artist Andy Warhol showing solo at the AGW for the first time in two projects featuring prints from the 1970s and 1980s and the experimental film, EAT. Exhibitions:
  • The Sandwich Project
  • Still Life: 'Food' for the Eye, Mind and Body
  • Andy Warhol: Printed Food Matter
  • Andy Warhol: EAT
  • IAIN BAXTER&: &ANDWICH TIME
  • The Contemporary Sandwich Shop