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Dry Parlour Inc hosts EXTENDED SUMMER WHITE PARTY for Family Respite Services, Sept. 13, 2014

Posted September 1, 2014 @ 11:59AM



Dry Parlour Inc. is hosting an EXTENDED SUMMER WHITE PARTY to benefit Family Respite Services.


The event is at the Bistro on the River on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at 6 pm.


"The Hamptons-meets-downtown Windsor." That's the vibe at "Summer Extended: A White Party." Located on the riverside patio of The Bistro At The River, "Summer Extended" is slated to be the party of the year. The extended patio, adorned in all white décor, will be transformed into a Montauk-esque terrace. Indulge in the dele...ctable hors d'oeuvres while Dj Chilly and a live percussionist set the soundscape. All net proceeds will be donated to an amazing cause!

Date: Saturday, September, 13th, 2014

Time: 6 PM

Location: The Bistro At The River (78 Riverside Dr W, Windsor, ON N9A 7C5)

Dress Code: White, White, and White.

Music: Dj Chilly (Detroit, MI) & Live Percussionist Peter Theos

100% of Net Proceeds will be donated to Family Respite Services Windsor!

This event is brought to you by Dry Parlour Inc., and Family Respite Services, Windsor Spitfires, Festival Tent & Party Rentals, Divine Designs, and The Bistro At The River!


Tickets are $50 and are currently available at: Dry Parlour Inc. (2814 Howard Avenue) & The Bistro At The River






by Deborah Jones Publisher Biz X Magazine

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Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run For The Cure "Paint Canada Pink Week"

Posted August 18, 2014 @ 12:33PM







WIN A LUNCH SPONSORED BY ROSA’S IN LASALLE FOR YOUR WORKPLACE! YOUR BUSINESS WILL ALSO BE DISPLAYED ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!






Who:  All Windsor-Essex area businesses 


When:August 18th – 31st, 2014


Why:To support Paint Canada Pink Week, which raises awareness for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure. This event raises money for breast cancer research and community education and awareness programs.


How:To participate, simply decorate your business store front, window, sidewalk or lobby pink from August 18th – 31st; be sure to include the date October 5th, 2014 and Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure somewhere in your decorations.


PLEASE SUBMIT ALL PHOTO ENTRIES TO: cbcfwindsor@yahoo.ca


DEADLINE FOR ALL PHOTOS IS SEP 1ST


The Windsor CIBC Run for the Cure Committee will judge all entries. Entries will be chosen based on creativity, use of pink, and overall appeal.


If you would like more information on the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, or about participating in the run October 5th, please visit www.cibcrunforthecure.com.












by Deborah Jones Publisher Biz X Magazine

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Schedule for Aug.16&17: “Balloonapalooza” Released

Posted August 13, 2014 @ 2:37PM



Aug.16&17: “Balloonapalooza,” downtown Windsor
featuring cold air balloons & inflatables; amusement park & mini express train rides; outdoor music, sidewalk cafes, clowns, buskers and more.


See below the entire schedule. Visit Balloonapalooza.ca for more details.




SATURDAY AUGUST 16


 
9:00am-12:00pm


Farmers Market                                                Charles Clark Square


 


10:00am-12:00pm


RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon                                 Dieppe Park


 


10:00am-4pm


Classic Car & Bike Show                                 Ferry St & Pitt St W


 


10:00am-6:00pm


Monster Mural—giant colouring wall           Pitt St W


 


10:00am-7:00pm


Vendors & Exhibitors                                       Pitt St E


Red Cross First Aid


DWBIA Tent—tattoos & balloons


 


10:00am-8:00pm


WFCU Mini Express Train                                Pitt St W


 


10:00am-9:00pm


Carter Show Mini Amusement Park              Chatham St W


—rides, games, concession                            Victoria Ave


 


11:00am
Marry Poppins, The Musical                           Music Stage, University St E


—Windsor Light Music Theatre


 


12:00pm-4:00pm


Whimsical Fantasy Faire                                  Pitt St W


—Windsor Light Music Theatre


 


12:00pm-6:00pm


Face Painters                                                     Ouellette Ave


 


Balloon Artists & Buskers                                Roving


 


1:00pm


Marry Poppins, The Musical                           Music Stage, University St E


—Windsor Light Music Theatre


 


2:00pm-3:00pm


Taoist Tai Chi Demonstration                        Music Stage, University St E


 


3:30pm-5:00pm


Beebo—Children’s Entertainment                 Music Stage, University St E


 


5:30pm-7:00pm


Frank E. Cross—Elvis Tribute Artist                Music Stage


 


6:00pm-9:00pm


RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon                                 Dieppe Park


 


7:30pm-9:00pm


Midlife Trio—Classic Rock                              Music Stage, University St E


 


9:30pm-11:00pm


British Beat 66—British Invasion                    Music Stage, University St E


 


SUNDAY AUGUST 17


 


10:00am-4pm


Classic Car & Bike Show                                 Ferry St & Pitt St W


 


10:00am-6:00pm


Monster Mural—giant colouring wall           Pitt St W


 


10:00am-7:00pm


Vendors & Exhibitors                                       Pitt St E


 


Red Cross First Aid


 


DWBIA Tent—tattoos & balloons


 


10:00am-8:00pm


WFCU Mini Express Train                                Pitt St W


 


10:00am-9:00pm


Carter Show Mini Amusement Park              Chatham St W


—rides, games, concession                            Victoria Ave


 


11:00am


Shrek, The Musical                                           Music Stage, University St E


—Cardinal Music Productions


 


12:15pm


Heart and Sole Dance Performance              Music Stage, University St E


—Windsor Dance eXperience


 


12:00pm-4:00pm


Whimsical Fantasy Faire                                  Pitt St W


—Windsor Light Music Theatre


 


12:00pm-6:00pm


Face Painters                                                     Ouellette Ave


 


Balloon Artists & Buskers                                Roving


 


1:00pm


Shrek, The Musical                                           Music Stage, University St E


—Cardinal Music Productions


 


2:00pm-3:00pm


Mike Ure Band—Country                                Music Stage, University St E


 


3:30pm-5:00pm


Acclarion—Accordion/Clarinet Duo             Music Stage, University St E


 


5:30pm-7:00pm


Crystal Gage—Country                                   Music Stage, University St E


 


7:30pm-9:00pm


Raisin’ Cane—Classic Rock                             Music Stage, University St E


 


9:30pm-11:00pm


The Bomb Squad—Funk                                 Music Stage, University St E




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Soup's ON August 13, 2014

Posted August 11, 2014 @ 12:54PM



Enactus Windsorand Pathway to Potential are pleased to announce the final four projects for the upcoming Windsor SOUP. The next Windsor SOUPwill be held on Wednesday August 13, 2014 at 7 pm (doors open at 6 p.m.) at the Walkerville Brewery (525 Argyle Road).


The selected four projects that will be pitching for the next Windsor SOUPinclude 'The Chari-T’s Project,' a logoed bus service that can be used to attend public events (festivals, farmer’s markets) with the aim of collecting non-perishable food items, hygiene products and cash donations; a community-based 'Drouillard Library,' that can help residents share, exchange and communicate ideas to consider future possibilities of vacant land, demolished properties, and abandoned buildings in their neighbourhood; 'Chateau Masson Renewal Project,' to provide help to the overall revitalization of the Glengarry neighborhood, increase well-being and strengthen the sense of community within the building; and 'Dads Matter Conference,' a collective agencies' conference to bring awareness to the forefront of families and those who work to support their families.


The event will be following the same format; four presenters, each speaking for four minutes, and each presenter will be answering four questions from attendees. With a donation of five dollars at the door, attendants will receive soup and salad donated by Vito's Restaurant and the Charcoal Pit, and get a chance to vote on the creative project that they feel has the most remarkable potential to make a positive impact on the community. Joseph Anthony, a local community guitarist, will be performing at the event.


The last Windsor SOUPon July 9, 2014 was a hit, bringing approximately 200 community members together. At the end of the event, Ryan Donally received the maximum support from voters and won the micro-grant collected through the dinner. The collected donation was matched by P. & L. Odette Charitable Foundation, giving Donally a total of $2000 to get his project started.


Windsor SOUPis moving ahead in an effort of making social change in the community. “It was great to see so many passionate people come together to contribute to the betterment of our community,” said Nick Jones, Enactus team member working on Windsor SOUP.
The upcoming Windsor SOUPwill be a regular event, those interested in bringing their workplace to the event can contact Peter Corio at coriop@uwindsor.caor call 519-996-9903. Windsor SOUPapplication form can be download by visiting P2P's website.




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Grab Your Dogs & Get To The WOOFA~ROO PET FEST August 9 & 10, 2014

Posted August 5, 2014 @ 1:09PM



WOOFA~ROO PET FEST is a FUNTASTIC festival for Pets and their People held at the Libro Center in Amherstburg August 9 & 10.


 
Organizers have planned a dynamic weekend including:


 
Ultimate Air Dogs Dock Diving ~ Border City Barkers Dog Agility ~ Pony Rides ~ An Adoption Corner ~ Meet The Breeds ~ A Pet-Ucation Center Where Our Audience Can Participate In A Question / Answer Period With Veterinarian Dr. Wilson Or One Of Our Fantastic Trainers ~ Face Painting ~ Charity Portraits ~ Charity Carriage Rides ~ Exotic Rare Parrots ~ The Elite Windsor Police K9s ~ Specialty Vendors ~ Live Entertainment ~ An Indoor Pet Lounge ~ Dan Valkos, Our Pet Psychic ~ And Brand New To Essex County, Woofa~Roo Dashers All Breed Lure Coursing, (Sponsored by BizX Magazine)


There is so much to see and do you’ll need the entire weekend to catch everything!


Best of all is WOOFA~ROO’S charitable component! All events will benefit several animal rescues and charities. Bring your Hollywood smile and have your picture taken with Zeus, World’s Tallest Dog and Morgan, World’s Tallest Female Dog for the benefit of the Humane Society and Danes In Distress. Make a bid in our enhanced Silent Auction for the benefit of our 12 Charities and Rescues!


Admission is $3 per person. Kids 5 and under are free.


Friendly dogs are welcome to bring their responsible owners!


Please read the pet policy online at: www.woofaroo.com

And to see the story featured in Biz X magazine: click on http://www.bizxmagazine.com/issues/July-August-2014/#p=34






by Deborah Jones Publisher Biz X Magazine

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Dig Walkerville Keeps You Up To Date On Walkerville Construction!

Posted July 28, 2014 @ 2:11PM



WALKERVILLE IS GETTING A FACELIFT THIS SUMMER!


Construction has begun in the Walkerville Business District! Members of the Walkerville Business Improvement Area Lindsay Gammon (bump maternity + baby, poppy paperie & gifts) & Chris Ryan (Walkerville Brewery) have formed the Walkerville Communications Committee to provide a united voice for the more than 90 Walkerville businesses during construction. The committee hopes to create a positive message during what is normally a difficult time for a business community.

Collaboration and participation within the community is vital during construction. The moniker "DigWalkerville" was created by the committee to convey the message that, while Walkerville is under construction it is still a vibrant part of the city and open for business.

 
"DigWalkerville" will be used across social media to act as a conduit for keeping the public apprised of construction updates, special events, promotions and everything Walkerville. With the success of the Walkerville Night Market and the Art Walk & Rock, the committee is confident that taking the unique approach of being proactive and positive will set Walkerville apart from other areas of the city that have encountered construction in the past.






Join their Facebook fan page at
for the latest information!






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Enter A Team In The Biz X Beach Jam & Volley For Charity

Posted July 9, 2014 @ 11:42AM



The best party of the summer is back...volley to raise funds for The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Windsor & District Chapter and have a great day of fun while doing it!   A minimum of $50 in pledges per person must  be raised to participate.  Prizes awarded to the top fundraisers and the top fundraising team will win a group team paddle at Urban Surf Company (www.urbansurf.ca)! 


Winning Team prizes sponsored by Joe Bondy and Mike Habib, Sr. Mobile Mortgage Specialists, RBC:


1st place - $600 cash
2nd place - $300 cash


For more information or to register, visit www.kidney.ca/beachjam


The Biz X Beach Jam is proudly sponsored by Biz X and In Play magazines, Mix 96.7 and Country 95.9, On the Beach Volleyball, Joe Bondy and Mike Habib, Panos Sechopoulos of RBC Dominion Securities, Dr. Stefano Storey and McTague Law Firm. 






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July 10, 2014 MCCCU BBQ For Sparky's Toy Drive

Posted July 3, 2014 @ 4:33PM



Thursday July 10


11 am – 2 pm


MotorCity Community Credit Union


City Centre  Branch


189 City Hall Sq South


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You See a Strong Supported Community…


We See What You See


Proceeds to benefit Sparky’s Toy Drive for Kids Ages 11 and up!




* Purchase also 1 ticket for $2 or 3 tickets for $5 to win a prize! Draw takes place July 10, 2014 at 2:30 p.m.

by Deborah Jones Publisher Biz X Magazine

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Bring Your Canned Goods to Canada Day Parade, July 1, 11 am

Posted June 27, 2014 @ 7:03PM



WINDSOR ESSEX FOOD BANK ASSOCIATION


 
CANADA DAY PARADE- WALKERVILLE AREA


JULY 1st -11 AM


 


On Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at 11 am, the WEFBA will be in the Canada Day Parade collecting can goods for local Food Banks.  This is a great opportunity for the WEFBA to fill their shelves with food product that is greatly need as they  do not receive large donations during the summer months.  Hunger does not take a summer vacation.  They will be collecting food along the parade route.  Look for their members with their grocery carts!


 
If you require additional information please call June Muir @ 519-981-3222 (cell)




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If Your Child Gets an A on Report Card, Head to Antonino's Original Pizza June 26 & 27, 2014

Posted June 22, 2014 @ 11:39AM



ANTONINO’S PAYS FOR A’s


 
Antonino’s Original Pizza has announced that on the last day of school, “A” students can come in for a free slice of their award winning pizza. On Thursday June 26th, and Friday, June 27th, any student that brings in a current, June 2014 report card showing at least one “A” grade or equivalent will receive a free big slice.


 
Antonino’s owner, Joe Ciaravino, sums up his reasons for this promotion: “My parents grew up poor farmers in Sicily. They didn’t get to go to school much past the primary grades, so they pushed me to get a good education and strive for good grades. This is our way of paying them back by rewarding academic achievement.”


 
This offer is valid on Thursday, June 26th and Friday, June 27th only and is limited to one free slice per student.


 


Contact:


Joe Ciaravino - Owner, Antonino’s Original Pizza


cell: 519-965-6791


e-mail: joe@originalpizza.ca


www.originalpizza.ca








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