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Calendar of Events - 2019

For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call 519-255-7600.

Common Ground Art Gallery presents:
Andrew Closs Art Exhibition
February 16-24

Opening reception is Friday, February 15 at 5:00pm-11:00pm. Come, meet the artist, and view the artwork. Refreshments will be available along with a cash bar.

Public Invited to Cultural Summit on Art, Culture & Heritage
Thursday, February 21, 3:00pm-7:00pm
Location: Willistead Manor, 1899 Niagara Street

The Cultural Affairs team from the City of Windsor will host Windsor's next Cultural Summit with a formal presentation given at 3:30pm and repeated at 5:30pm. Staff will provide an update on the Municipal Cultural Master Plan and facilitate a discussion on art, culture and heritage in the City of Windsor.

The evening will also include updates on current and past projects and initiatives; cultural performances and displays from some of the individuals and organizations that have received funding through the City's Arts, Culture & Heritage Fund (ACHF) grant program; displays and activities from Museum Windsor; light snacks and beverages.

The following are included among the topics for discussion:

  • Windsor Sculpture Park
  • Museum Windsor
  • Willistead Manor
  • Arts, Culture & Heritage Fund (ACHF) grant program
  • Windsor's Poet Laureate Program
  • Streetcar No. 351
  • Windsor Culture Map & Community Stories
  • Public Art Programs (Wall Space / Our Space / Street Space)
Interested residents are encouraged to register online at Eventbrite in advance to attend the Cultural Summit, however you are not required to register ahead of time in order to attend.

Windsor Folk Society presents:
Acoustic Stage
Friday, March 1 at 8:00pm

Join us each month for an entertaining evening of traditional and contemporary acoustic music, fun, and refreshments. We provide a stage, a supportive audience and outstanding sound for brave souls ranging from first time performers to semi-professional artists.

Refreshments (hot and cold drinks, cookies) are available. Windsor Folk Acoustic Stage admission is free, but donations are invited.

To perform at the next available open mic Acoustic Stage, please email Martha Renaud, mrenaud4music@gmail.com and let her know when you'd be interested in performing.

Hugh & Kathy Leal present:
Mackenzie Hall Jazz
The Annual Early/Late Mardi Gras-Valentine Concert
Sunday, March 3 at 2:30pm, Doors at 2:00pm

Our annual theme concert features the all-star band as heard last year. Mike Karloff, piano; Brian Delaney, guitar; Mike Karoub, cello; Dave Tatrow, trumpet; and young saxophone grad from the University of Michigan, Chris Tabaczynski with his arsenal of horns from piccolo to bass sax! Get ready for a really "hot jazz" jam session of New Orleans, Dixie, and Swing.

Special guest vocalist from Toronto is Carol McCartney singing classic love songs of the 1930s and 40s. She was Peter Appleyard's vocalist for 30 years and toured for 10 years with Dave Bennett in his Tribute to Benny Goodman. One of Canada's great jazz singers!

Tickets: $25 Advance, $30 At the Door
Refreshments available for purchase at intermission by The Friends of the Court.

Common Ground Art Gallery presents:
Art Therapy Art Show
Saturday, March 16 at 7:00pm

Featuring paintings from multiple local artists promoting mental health awareness.
All proceeds are going to the Canadian Mental Health Association-Windsor-Essex County.

Transforming Lives Exhibition:
The Power of Human Rights Education
March 16-21

The exhibition "Transforming Lives: The Power of Human Rights Education" raises awareness of the vital role of human rights education in promoting dignity, equality, and peace, and in preventing human rights violations and abuses.

Human rights education not only equips learners with knowledge of human rights, it fosters the development of values, attitudes and behaviours that empower people to take action to defend and promote human rights, democracy, and rule of law.

As well as exploring the concepts of human rights and human rights education, the exhibition presents stories of how human rights education has led to transformation and empowerment in the lives of individuals and communities in Australia, Burkina Faso, Peru, Portugal, and Turkey. The exhibition also examines what ordinary citizens and civil society organizations can do to nurture a culture of human rights.

Looking for even more to do at Mackenzie Hall? Look into our Winter-Spring Programs​.

Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre
3277 Sandwich Street
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
N9C 1A9​​​​​​​​​​​