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Tim Fairhurst

Sign Up for the first “Law Enforcement Torch Ride” Sept. 7, 2014

Posted August 9, 2014 @ 3:56PM



-Sept. 7: The Essex County OPP presents the inaugural Law Enforcement Torch Ridefor Special Olympics Ontario. The ride starts from the Knights of Columbus in Emeryville (1303 County Road 22) beginning at 10 a.m., with registration starting at 8 a.m.


The motorcycle ride (leaves at 10:30 am sharp) takes riders along the shoreline of Essex County to raise funds in support of Special Olympics Ontario. A pasta luncheon at noon takes place for general public with fun for the whole family ($15 and kids under 5 can eat for free).


Register online at TorchRideOntario.com. The $30 registration fee is waived if riders raise $150 or more. Registration includes a free pasta lunch. Passengers $20.


For more information call  551-1205.






by Tim Fairhurst Biz X Magazine

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Family Fun Day August 9, 2014 at Pridefest

Posted August 5, 2014 @ 10:52AM




Presented by UNIFOR Local 444 and UNIFOR Local 200, the Windsor-Essex Pride Fest will host the 3rd annual “Family Fun Day” as part of its four day annual festival in August.

The FREE event will be held on Saturday, August 9, 2014 from noon until 5 pm, at Riverfront Festival Plaza.

The Riverfront Festival Plaza will be transformed into a great big playground with food, entertainment and lots of family fun. This family-friendly event will feature stage performances by Perry Noia The Clown, Bill Nuvo magic show and balloons by Jangles The Clown.

Other entertainment includes a Kids Zone play area featuring inflatable bouncy castle, inflatable obstacle course. Other features include face painting, balloon animals and more.FREE ADMISSION. Proudly sponsored by Biz X Magazine.   For more details log on to www.facebook.com/events/1452405985034104/





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Sunday Funday August 3, 2014 at Formula First Collision

Posted July 28, 2014 @ 2:05PM




 SUNDAY FUNDAY: BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS OUT FOR A DAY OF FUN IN THE SUN!!


Formula First Collision, in conjunction with The Safety Village, will be hosting a Sunday Funday event August 3rd, 2014 from 10 am to 4 pm. The day will be packed with fun activities for all ages:


  • Power Wheels rides and miniature car races
  • Face painting and bouncy castle
  • Remote control races
  • Fire trucks, tractors, and police cars
  • Learn all about cars, safety and automobile maintenance
  • Exotic Car Show
  • Music, yummy food and MUCH MORE


Address:          Formula First Collision


                        9420 Tecumseh Rd. E.


                        Windsor, ON N8R 1A2


 


For further information please contact:


 


Cristina Melnik                                               Chantalle Faubert


519-979-2937                                                     519-945-5500 ext 224


cristina@f1collision.com                                  cfaubert@thesafetyvillage.com


www.formulafirstcollision.com                        www.thesafetyvillage.com




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5th Annual Explore the Shore Weekend, July 26 & 27, 2014

Posted July 24, 2014 @ 4:52PM



The 5th annual Explore the Shore weekend  along the scenic and historic County Road 50, on the north shore of Lake Erie, in the Town of Essex, just south of Harrow.  Thirty-six businesses, recreational facilities and community groups are participating on the weekend of July 26 and 27 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.


Organizers are excited to have 4 new participants this year: Drexler Diving Systems sharing the history of shipwrecks that lie just off our shore, The Garden Gallery with artists and musicians demonstrating their skill and talents on site, J.L. Frost Photography giving tours of the darkroom and Paglione Estate Winery with a Bocci Ball Tournament.


All of the participants have planned a full slate of activities and local products, including “great rate” golf, sailing, live entertainment, wine tastings, fresh produce, homemade pies, candles, church dinners, local root beer, fresh blueberries, vineyard and orchard tours, art, gift shops and florals. New activities this year are geo-caching along the route, a bicycle show and a Passenger Pigeon exhibit.  There will be food specials all along the route, including ice cream cones, wood-fired pizza, BBQs and picnic lunches.


The County Wide Active Transportation System (CWATS) will have a booth at Colchester Harbour Park and is sponsoring a draw for a new bike.


The 2014 theme is County Road 50, Always Changing, an invitation to learn the history of our community and people.  To aid the visitor, we will have a Scavenger Hunt based on this theme with information at each participating location.  Collect the answers and you will be eligible to enter a prize draw.


Enjoy the beaches, conservation areas, and especially the free Clubhouse Kidz Zone at the Colchester Beach and Harbour (with games, crafts, splash pad, treasure hunt, and more).


 
Bring a canned good for the Harrow Food Bank, and support our other charity events chosen by each participant.


Check out the website at http://www.exploretheshore.ca or follow them on Twitter.




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Film Camps July 14 to 18 & July 21 to 25, 2014

Posted June 27, 2014 @ 7:05PM



The University of Windsor’s Cinema Arts program is thrilled to offer high school and first year university students hands-on filmmaking training in a week-long summer camp this July. Catered to students aged 14-18, this camp offers the tools to take a short film from concept to completion.


Lead by Cinema Arts professor Min Bae, with UWindsor Alumni and upper-year students, this is the most comprehensive Film Camp in Windsor. Using cutting-edge technology, this 5-day training focuses on further developing the skills of young local filmmakers. Topics to be covered include:


  • Pre-production
  • Art Direction
  • Writing and Directing
  • Cinematography
  • Grip & Safety
  • Sound recording and editing
  • Post-production


“Enabling our youth to create short films is a fantastic opportunity to further develop their creativity and imagination,” said Min Bae Film camp director and professor at the University of Windsor.“ There is so much young talent in our city, and we are thrilled to give them a head start in filmmaking.”


The Cinema Arts Film Camp is holding 2 sessions, July 14-18 and 21-25 from 9am to 4pm. Tuition for the camp is $225 (taxes included) for 5 days including Lunch and snacks, cinema arts t-shirt, stickers, and numerous other perks 


 
To register and to find more information, please visit:
cinemaartsfilmcamp.com






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June 26, 2014 BBQ For The Sunshine Foundation

Posted June 21, 2014 @ 11:46AM

BBQ FUNDRAISER ALL BY DONATION


Thursday June 26


11am – 2pm


MotorCity Community Credit Union


Market Square Branch


1375 Walker Rd.


 You See a Strong Supported Community…We See What You See


Proceeds to benefit Sunshine Foundation


 


www.mcccu.com








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Serbian Flood Relief Event June 20, 2014

Posted June 19, 2014 @ 12:00AM



Balkan Sear-Kuss Village Concert Serbian Flood Relief Event June 20,2014 at 7pm

Plan to attend the first ever "Balkan Sear-Kuss Village Concert" featuring the Lemon Bucket Orkestra and Lika Orkestra. Simply put, these groups are a mix of Balkan-Klezmer-Gypsy-Party-Punk-Super Mix of Balkan music smacked with the fun and frolic of Balkan Culture!

From Toronto to New York, Budapest to Berlin, audiences around the world are hailing the Lemon Bucket Orkestra as folk music revolutionaries. This 15 piece guerrilla force has an army of followers and fans both at home and abroad.

Those discovering the band for the first time quickly realize that their shows are more than concerts; they’re wild, joyful experiences rarely contained for walls; they’re celebrations of tradition and culture expressed with an explosive punk spirit; they’re ecstatic street parades that erupt from the collision of nostalgia and imagination.

The Lemon Bucket Orkestra made headlines (such as CNN, CBC, Fox News and CTV), on their way to Romania for a three-week tour, when they played an impromptu concert on a delayed Air Canada flight. In September 2013, the band was nominated in four categories at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. In February 2014, Lemon Bucket Release of Lume, Lume was nominated for a Juno Award in the category of "Best World Music Album" In March 2014, the band was nominated for an Indie Award by Indie88 for "World Artist/Group or Duo of the Year".

This will be the first appearance for the Lemon Buckets in the Windsor Essex Area. A FREE Dance Workshop will be provided by the Lemon Buckets at the Serbian Village Gracanica Carrousel of Nations in Kosovo Hall at the Serbian Centre 6770 Tecumseh Rd E, Windsor, Friday June 20th 9:15pm

Portions of proceeds will be directed to the Aid For Families affected by the Flood in Serbia and Republic of Serbia. All donations will go directly to the bank accounts set up by the governments of Serbia and Republika Srpska. Also appearing - Lika Orkestra, an acoustic Serbian Tamburaši band from Toronto, formed in 1967 in Toronto with founding members Milan Sanader, and John and Michael Lukich. The name originated from the fact that their fathers were Serbs from LIKA. They are well seasoned Balkan vets specializing in weddings, parties, and ‘bar band’ situations.

Traditional Food and Drinks will be available for purchase at the event. Limited tickets available. Buy Now at www.aidforserbiawindsor.com$17 Advance $20 At the Door

More info on Aid For Serbia Windsor - Balkan Floods benefit concert can be found by visiting
www.aidforserbiawindsor.com






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World Soccer Day June 22, 2014

Posted June 7, 2014 @ 12:05PM



Calling all Soccer Coaches!


Register your team for


World Soccer Day


3 v 3 Soccer Festival


Sunday, June 22, 2014 – Fogolar Furlan


 


(Windsor, Ontario) -  The Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) will be hosting its third annual World Soccer Day  - 3 v 3 Soccer Festival - on Sunday, June 22 at the Fogolar Furlan.


 


            This fun-filled Soccer Festival will appeal to a wide range of age groups and skill levels, with divisions for boys and girls in age groups starting at U5 and ranging up to 55+ for Men and Women and Co-ed teams.    While only 3 from a team will play at one time, it is recommended that each team have 6 players to allow for substitution as each team is guaranteed to play a minimum of three 25 minute games.


 


            “While our ultimate goal is to have this Soccer Festival become a signature fundraising event for Rotary Clubs around the world, this year our target is to attract 100 teams from Southwestern Ontario,” says Rotarian Neil McTavish, committee chair. “The minimum entry fee of $125 per team will support a project of the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) to build a school in Upper West Ghana, Africa.”


 


            Teams can register online at www.worldsoccerday.com or by calling Neil McTavish at 519-791-7263.  Registration deadline is June 17 and spaces are limited.  Teams will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.






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June 7, 2014 Mighty Machines at WFCU Centre Parking Lot

Posted June 2, 2014 @ 9:48AM



Mighty Machines Invade the WFCU Centre Parking Lot


It’s a family oriented event that has become a tradition in Windsor.  The fourth annual Meet A Machine event will roll into the WFCU centre parking lot giving children a chance to touch and climb on those mighty machines they would usually only see from a distance. The event takes place Saturday, June 7th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is free to the public.


Close to 50 vehicles will be on hand including buses, emergency response vehicles, garbage trucks, military vehicles, race cars and much more.  This event is a literacy based experience that provides children with an opportunity to learn about the machines by climbing into and exploring them.  The drivers who operate the vehicles will be on hand to talk to the children about the machines and answer any questions that they have. 


Vehicles are a big part of children’s literature and this event is intended to help them make a connection between this experience and reading.  This free event is sponsored by the City of Windsor Ontario Early Years Program.  To see highlights from last year’s event, watch our video on YouTube, Mighty Machines Invade the WFCU Centre Parking Lot.






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Native Arts & Crafts Sale May 30, 2014

Posted May 18, 2014 @ 6:58PM



Native crafts include bead-work, feathers, carvings and leather ...


NATIVE ARTS AND CRAFTS SALE


Come to “The Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre of Windsor” for an amazing Traditional Native Arts and Crafts Sale.  Many local artists will debut their talents at this event.  Everyone is welcome to attend!!!


Where: The Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre


(2929 Howard Ave)


When: Friday, May 30th, 2014 at 11 am to 4 pm


Contact: Steve (Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living) 519 253-3243 Ex 233






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