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Calendar of Events - 2017

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


Missing from History: Women of the Underground Railroad
Wednesday, August 16 at 3:00pm-7:00pm

Music, Poetry, Food, Art, Fun & Truth

Inspired by the triumphant story of his own family's journey to freedom, Teajai Travis, a 6th generation descendant of Black Refugees who fled chattel slavery in the USA to settle on the invaded and colonized land known today as Canada, wants to learn and share the forgotten stories of the women of The Underground Railroad.

Mary Miles Bibb (1820-1877) was a great Black Revolutionary who was dedicated in abolishing slavery and fighting for the equitable rights of oppressed people. She was a brilliant writer, educator, artist, entrepreneur, and activist, so why is she barely remembered by history?

This event is free to the public. 

Windsor Folk Society presents:
Acoustic Stage
Friday, September 8 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. The eight performers each evening provide some of the best entertainment anywhere.

Refreshments (hot & cold drinks, cookies) are ​​available. Acoustic stage admission is free but donations are invited.

To perform at the next available open mic Acoustic Stage, please call Jan Ciborowski (tel. 519-978-3274) and leave a message including a telephone number and an email address where you can be reached. 

The Purple Theatre presents:
"Almost Pregnant"
Friday, September 22 at 8:00pm
Saturday, September 23 at 8:00pm
Sunday, September 24 at 2:00pm

Poor Emily somehow missed out on all the classes and discussions where a person discovers how that baby stuff actually happens. Now she thinks she's completely pregnant and she thinks the father could be almost anyone she's shaken hands with.

Don't miss this new September comedy!

Tickets: $15 General Admission
Sunday matinees are Pay What You Can, with limited, first come first served seating. To guarantee a reserved seat, please purchase tickets in advance.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please phone Mackenzie Hall at 519-255-7600. 

Rose City Etsy Team presents:
Etsy: Made in Canada
Saturday, September 23 at 10:00am-4:00pm

Windsor's first Etsy show! A marketplace featuring the best Etsy makers and artists in Windsor, Ontario.

What is Etsy: Made in Canada?

Good question! Etsy: Made in Canada is a national, community-led initiative celebrating the crafters, collectors, and artisans in local communities across the country. From coast to coast, Canadian cities and towns will be participating in this one-day event powered by Etsy Teams on September 23, marking the event's fourth year. Popping up in 35+ cities, Etsy artisans will sell their handmade wares, vintage goods, and supplies to local buyers at these marketplaces, each representing the spirit of the local community.

Admission: $2 donation to a local charity. 

Looking for something to do at Mackenzie Hall? Look into our Summer Classes and Programs

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