Calendar of Events - 2020
For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call 519-255-7600.
Nigerian Canadians for Cultural Education and Economic Progress:
Omoluabi Black History Month Event
Saturday, February 29, 2:00pm to 5:00pm
The Nigerian Canadians for Cultural, Educational and Economic Progress (NCCEEP) will be hosting a two-day Black History Month event.
Day 1: Enjoy a bus tour to three significant historical locations on Friday, February 28 - full information including departure location, times, and more can be found on the NCCEEP Facebook page.
Day 2: February 29 is the last day of Black History Month, and we will be celebrating at Mackenzie Hall. Join us as we celebrate not only the past but the history we are creating today for future generations with presentations, dance, poetry and more. This event will feature Irene Moore Davis, Teajai Travis, Isaac Kadende, and Armba and the Ascoo Dance Group.
Windsor Police: Strategic Business Plan Community Consultation
Monday, March 2, 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Windsor Police are inviting the public to a series of sessions to help with input for developing their strategic business plan. The Police Services Act mandates that every police board shall prepare a business plan at least once every three years to outline objectives, functions and guidelines for how it will provide adequate and effective policing to the community they serve. These community consultations are intended to provide an opportunity for all members of the community to contribute to the development of our policing priorities for the next three years. All Windsor and Amherstburg residents are encouraged to attend one of the sessions. There are five sessions scheduled, with a session at Mackenzie Hall scheduled for Monday, March 2 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm.
Questions about the community consultation sessions can be addressed to Inspector Tammy Fryer at email@example.com, or by phone at 519-255-6700 ext. 4440.
Windsor Folk: Acoustic Stage
Friday, March 6 at 7:30pm
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 for purchase. Windsor Folk Acoustic Stage admission is free but donations are invited.
To perform at the next available Windsor Folk open mic Acoustic Stage, please email Martha Renaud at firstname.lastname@example.org
and let her know when you'd be interested in performing.
By the River: Literary Reading Series
Wednesday, March 18 at 6:30pm
The By the River reading series happens the middle Wednesday of each month between November and March of each calendar year. Previous By the River readers have included Casey Plett, Marty Gervais, Bruce Meyer, John B. Lee, Vanessa Shields, MaryAnn Mulhern, Peter Hrastovec and Karl Jirgens. All readings are free and open to the public. We encourage community residents and visitors alike to come out, listen to and meet some of the best literary talent the region has to offer.
Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre
3277 Sandwich Street
Windsor, Ontario, Canada