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Last Chance Exhibit! Material Culture: The Things We Make To Live

Aug
14

Date: Aug 14, 2018 - Aug 14, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Ongoing Through Early September 2018 / Regular Museum Hours Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. A.G. Smith’s Material Culture Project is based on the concept that human need and available material combine to create forms that are inherently iconic. The exhibition, includes, A.G. Smith’s models and as well as selected pieces from the Museum’s collection. Don’t miss your chance to see this exhibit before it’s gone!

New Exhibit! A Century of Service Above Self: Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)

Aug
14

Date: Aug 14, 2018 - Aug 14, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. Marking the organization’s 100th anniversary, this exhibit utilizes artifacts and ephemera to explore the history of Rotary Club of Windsor (1918).

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

Aug
14

Date: Aug 14, 2018 - Aug 14, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor ON N9A 7J1

Category: Community Events

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

New Exhibit! A Century of Service Above Self: Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)

Aug
15

Date: Aug 15, 2018 - Aug 15, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. Marking the organization’s 100th anniversary, this exhibit utilizes artifacts and ephemera to explore the history of Rotary Club of Windsor (1918).

Last Chance Exhibit! Material Culture: The Things We Make To Live

Aug
15

Date: Aug 15, 2018 - Aug 15, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Ongoing Through Early September 2018 / Regular Museum Hours Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. A.G. Smith’s Material Culture Project is based on the concept that human need and available material combine to create forms that are inherently iconic. The exhibition, includes, A.G. Smith’s models and as well as selected pieces from the Museum’s collection. Don’t miss your chance to see this exhibit before it’s gone!

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

Aug
15

Date: Aug 15, 2018 - Aug 15, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor ON N9A 7J1

Category: Community Events

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

Last Chance Exhibit! Material Culture: The Things We Make To Live

Aug
16

Date: Aug 16, 2018 - Aug 16, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Ongoing Through Early September 2018 / Regular Museum Hours Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. A.G. Smith’s Material Culture Project is based on the concept that human need and available material combine to create forms that are inherently iconic. The exhibition, includes, A.G. Smith’s models and as well as selected pieces from the Museum’s collection. Don’t miss your chance to see this exhibit before it’s gone!

New Exhibit! A Century of Service Above Self: Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)

Aug
16

Date: Aug 16, 2018 - Aug 16, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. Marking the organization’s 100th anniversary, this exhibit utilizes artifacts and ephemera to explore the history of Rotary Club of Windsor (1918).

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

Aug
16

Date: Aug 16, 2018 - Aug 16, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor ON N9A 7J1

Category: Community Events

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

Windsor Wisdom Trivia

Aug
16

Date: Aug 16, 2018 - Aug 16, 2018

Location: 157 Phog Lounge

Category: Community Events

FREE – advanced registration required. Phog Lounge: 157 University Ave West. Come out and test your knowledge of Windsor’s History in the first ever Windsor Wisdom Trivia night presented by Museum Windsor and the Windsor Public Library. Advanced registration is required for this free 19+ event. Space is limited, call Museum Windsor today at 519-253-1812 and register your team of four. www.museumwindsor.ca

Ouellette Car Cruise

Aug
17

Date: Aug 17, 2018 - Aug 17, 2018

Location:

Category: Community Events

Ouellette Car Cruise

Friday August 17, 2018. Building on the nostalgia of Windsor’s rich automotive history, the Ouellette Car Cruise kicks off its third annual parade of classic and vintage vehicles in the heart of downtown. Participation is free and all vintage, classic, custom, collector, street rods and muscle cars are welcome. Participation is free and all are welcome to join us in reminiscing yesteryear.

Free
519.252.5723, cruisinouellette.ca
Starting Point: Riverfront Festival Plaza, Windsor

Start Date: 20180817

End Date: 20180817

Chaps & Spurs Country Fest

Aug
17

Date: Aug 17, 2018 - Aug 17, 2018

Location:

Category: Community Events

Chaps & Spurs Country Fest

Friday August 17 – Saturday August 18, 2018. Enjoy two days of great food, activities, vendors and country music. Stay tuned for more details!

Must be 19+ years old to attend.

chapsandspurs.com
Lanspeary Park – 1250 Langlois Ave, Windsor

 

Start Date: 20180817

End Date: 20180818

New Exhibit! A Century of Service Above Self: Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)

Aug
17

Date: Aug 17, 2018 - Aug 17, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. Marking the organization’s 100th anniversary, this exhibit utilizes artifacts and ephemera to explore the history of Rotary Club of Windsor (1918).

Last Chance Exhibit! Material Culture: The Things We Make To Live

Aug
17

Date: Aug 17, 2018 - Aug 17, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Ongoing Through Early September 2018 / Regular Museum Hours Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. A.G. Smith’s Material Culture Project is based on the concept that human need and available material combine to create forms that are inherently iconic. The exhibition, includes, A.G. Smith’s models and as well as selected pieces from the Museum’s collection. Don’t miss your chance to see this exhibit before it’s gone!

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

Aug
17

Date: Aug 17, 2018 - Aug 17, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor ON N9A 7J1

Category: Community Events

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

Ouellette Car Cruise

Aug
17

Date: Aug 17, 2018 - Aug 17, 2018

Location: Windsor's Riverfront Festival Plaza, 370 Riverside Dr E Windsor , Ontario N9A 7H7

Category: Community Events

August 17, 2018. Building on the nostalgia of Windsor’s rich automotive history, the Ouellette Car Cruise kicks off its third annual parade of classic and vintage vehicles in the heart of downtown. All vintage, classic, custom, collector, street rods and muscle cars are welcome. Learn more at www.ouellettecarcruise.ca

Last Chance Exhibit! Material Culture: The Things We Make To Live

Aug
18

Date: Aug 18, 2018 - Aug 18, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Ongoing Through Early September 2018 / Regular Museum Hours Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. A.G. Smith’s Material Culture Project is based on the concept that human need and available material combine to create forms that are inherently iconic. The exhibition, includes, A.G. Smith’s models and as well as selected pieces from the Museum’s collection. Don’t miss your chance to see this exhibit before it’s gone!

New Exhibit! A Century of Service Above Self: Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)

Aug
18

Date: Aug 18, 2018 - Aug 18, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. Marking the organization’s 100th anniversary, this exhibit utilizes artifacts and ephemera to explore the history of Rotary Club of Windsor (1918).

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

Aug
18

Date: Aug 18, 2018 - Aug 18, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor ON N9A 7J1

Category: Community Events

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

New Exhibit! A Century of Service Above Self: Rotary Club of Windsor (1918)

Aug
19

Date: Aug 19, 2018 - Aug 19, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. Marking the organization’s 100th anniversary, this exhibit utilizes artifacts and ephemera to explore the history of Rotary Club of Windsor (1918).

Last Chance Exhibit! Material Culture: The Things We Make To Live

Aug
19

Date: Aug 19, 2018 - Aug 19, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Ongoing Through Early September 2018 / Regular Museum Hours Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. A.G. Smith’s Material Culture Project is based on the concept that human need and available material combine to create forms that are inherently iconic. The exhibition, includes, A.G. Smith’s models and as well as selected pieces from the Museum’s collection. Don’t miss your chance to see this exhibit before it’s gone!

Spring/Summer Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Windsor

Aug
19

Date: Aug 19, 2018 - Aug 19, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor ON N9A 7J1

Category: Community Events

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

CTMHV Summer Day Camp

Aug
20

Date: Aug 20, 2018 - Aug 20, 2018

Location: 6155 Arner Townline County Road 23, RR#2 Kingsville, Ontario

Category: Community Events

Join us at the Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village for our SUMMER DAY CAMP!! Our day camp promotes enjoyable and engaging learning through exploring, discovering, and fun hands-on experiences. The day camp is for children aged 7-12 from August 20th-24th at 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (early drop off and late pick up is available). Come for one day or the whole week, it is $20 a day or $80 for the week. The themes include; nifty nature explores, mighty mechanics, pioneer pastimes, creative critters, and a century of playtime.

CTMHV Summer Day Camp

Aug
20

Date: Aug 20, 2018 - Aug 20, 2018

Location: 6155 Arner Townline County Road 23, RR#2 Kingsville, Ontario

Category: Community Events

Join us at the Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village for our SUMMER DAY CAMP!! Our day camp promotes enjoyable and engaging learning through exploring, discovering, and fun hands-on experiences. The day camp is for children aged 7-12 from August 20th-24th at 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (early drop off and late pick up is available). Come for one day or the whole week, it is $20 a day or $80 for the week. The themes include; nifty nature explores, mighty mechanics, pioneer pastimes, creative critters, and a century of playtime.

Last Chance Exhibit! Material Culture: The Things We Make To Live

Aug
20

Date: Aug 20, 2018 - Aug 20, 2018

Location: 401 Riverside Drive West

Category: Community Events

Ongoing Through Early September 2018 / Regular Museum Hours Chimczuk Museum, 401 Riverside Drive West. General Admission $5.25 (Family Rate of $15.50), Free to Museum Members and Museum Volunteer Group. A.G. Smith’s Material Culture Project is based on the concept that human need and available material combine to create forms that are inherently iconic. The exhibition, includes, A.G. Smith’s models and as well as selected pieces from the Museum’s collection. Don’t miss your chance to see this exhibit before it’s gone!