Community Messages

Wednesday, June 3
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
10:00 AM

Drive-Thru Testing for COVID-19 on June 3

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Random drive-thru testing for COVID-19 is available Wednesday, June 3 at Kingsville Recreational Sport Field, 1742 Jasperson Lane, Kingsville from 10am to 5pm. Please access the site from Kratz Side Road. Residents of Windsor-Essex 12 years of age and older are eligible for testing. Please bring your health card.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Thursday, June 4
All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

09:00 AM

Leamington Chamber Community Conversations

09:00 AM — 10:00 AM

Join the Leamington District Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, June 4 at 9am for a Zoom Meeting with Rocco Rossi, Ontario Chamber of Commerce President.  Register at info@leamingtonchamber.com.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

Thursday BBQ Specials @ The Windsor Moose Lodge

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Thursdays, 3-7pm, for TAKEOUT ONLY. Order 1/2 chicken, full slab of ribs or a 12 oz NY steak with potato, coleslaw & roll starting at $11, no tax. Details call 519-253-1834 for pickup.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x 2h4
Friday, June 5
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

08:00 AM

DONATE BLOOD! Windsor Blood Donor Centre

08:00 AM — 12:00 PM

Donated blood lasts no longer than 42 days. Platelets have a shelf life of only 7 days. To ensure we can continue to meet the needs of patients in Canada, we need everyone who is healthy to book and keep their blood donation appointment for weeks and months ahead. A reminder to all donors, currently , we can only welcome people with appointments. This is in compliance with public health authorities' requests to practice healthy physical distancing. Book ahead. Book now at blood.ca

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, N8W 1W9
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge Friday Takeout Specials

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Fridays are "Fish Fry" days. Choice of Haibut, Pickerel, Perch or Frog Legs with potato, coleslaw, roll/butter, priced from $13- $14. No tax on pick-ups, 3-7 PM. Details 519-253-1834.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tec rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Saturday, June 6
All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

08:00 AM

Downtown Windsor Farmers Market to open May 30

08:00 AM — 01:00 PM

The Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association (DWBIA) is pleased to announce that its Farmers Market will open on Saturday May 30 at 8am. Celebrating its fifth season on Pelissier Street and Maiden Lane, the Farmers Market is home to over 40 produce, food and artisanal vendors. The Market is a rain or shine event that runs in the heart of the city every Saturday through to October 31, from 8am-1pm. In light of COVID-19, the Downtown Windsor Farmers Market is working closely with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit and Farmers Market Ontario to ensure that social distancing measures and safety protocols are in place when the market opens. Market Manager, Steve Green, who works in the healthcare sector, is especially cognizant of the need to implement full social distancing measures and a phased approach. Some of the measures will include: Phase 1:
  • Limited to food vendors providing farm produce and products until such time as the Province opens non-food related businesses
  • Physical distancing measures at entry and exit points and between vendor booths, vendors and visitors
  • Division of site and one-way traffic flow in each direction
  • Hand-wash stations
  • Two operators per booth – one to handle produce/product and the other to handle payments
  • Complying with provincial orders on the number of customers accessing the site at any given time
  • Non-touch lined waste disposal receptacles
“Farmers Markets are deemed an essential service,” said Steve Green, Market Manager. “Vendors will only be selling farm-to-table produce and products and, until further notice, there will be no entertainment, Kids Korner, Chef Demos and piazza. In addition, we will be advocating a “shop – don’t stop” policy.” For more information, visit www.dwfm.ca, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Sunday, June 7
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

10:30 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Worship Services

10:30 AM — 11:30 AM

You are invited to watch Glenwood United Church Online Worship Services live on Sundays at 10:30am at facebook.com/glenwoodunited/ or visit our website glenwoodunited.com.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
04:30 PM

All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner

04:30 PM — 06:30 PM

Super Bowl Party at RCL Br 594. Come enjoy spaghetti, fresh garden salad & sliced rye bread on February 2, 4:30-6:30pm at 5030 Howard Ave. Adults $8, Legion Members $7. Children 6 and under $3.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Br 594

  • 5030 Howard Ave, Tecumseh, N9A 6Z6
Monday, June 8
All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Tuesday, June 9
All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

DONATE BLOOD! Windsor Blood Donor Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Donated blood lasts no longer than 42 days. Platelets have a shelf life of only 7 days. To ensure we can continue to meet the needs of patients in Canada, we need everyone who is healthy to book and keep their blood donation appointment for weeks and months ahead. By appointment only.  Masks are also a requirement - please bring your own or one will be provided to you. Book ahead. Book now at blood.ca

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, N8W 1W9
Wednesday, June 10
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

09:30 AM

Drive Thru Drop Off

09:30 AM — 11:30 AM

Drive Thru Drop Off for the Downtown Mission of Windsor, at Glenwood United Church parking lot, 1825 Grand Marais Rd W., Windsor, June 10, 9:30 - 11:30.  Bring your donations in your trunk, Glenwood volunteers will take them out of your trunk - no contact - no reason for you to get out of your car.  Added attraction - Elvis is planning on coming to help!!

Location/Venue Name
Glenwood United Church

  • 1825 Grand Marais Rd W, Windsor, N9E 1E9
03:00 PM

DONATE BLOOD! Windsor Blood Donor Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Donated blood lasts no longer than 42 days. Platelets have a shelf life of only 7 days. To ensure we can continue to meet the needs of patients in Canada, we need everyone who is healthy to book and keep their blood donation appointment for weeks and months ahead. By appointment only.  Masks are also a requirement - please bring your own or one will be provided to you. Book ahead. Book now at blood.ca

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, N8W 1W9
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Thursday, June 11
All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

03:00 PM

Thursday BBQ Specials @ The Windsor Moose Lodge

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Thursdays, 3-7pm, for TAKEOUT ONLY. Order 1/2 chicken, full slab of ribs or a 12 oz NY steak with potato, coleslaw & roll starting at $11, no tax. Details call 519-253-1834 for pickup.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x 2h4
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Friday, June 12
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

All day

Town of Essex Seeking Feedback on Community Policing

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Essex is currently seeking feedback from residents on their experiences and perceptions of the quality of policing within the community. Like many municipalities in Ontario, the Town currently receives policing services through a contract with the Ontario Provincial Police. Results from the survey will be provided to Town Council for consideration. “This is an opportunity for citizens to be heard and to provide their feedback on how they feel about policing,” said Councillor Kim Verbeek. “The responses and comments provided will give Council important information as we consider the future of policing within our community.” The 5-10 minute survey asks respondents to reflect on their perceptions of three categories relevant to local policing: general satisfaction, interactions with police, and community safety. The survey also provides an opportunity for respondents to provide comments related to each category. Citizens can fill out the survey online at www.essex.ca/PolicingSurvey. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, June 12. Survey responses are limited to one per resident. Only responses from individuals who reside in the Town of Essex will be considered.

All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge Friday Takeout Specials

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Fridays are "Fish Fry" days. Choice of Haibut, Pickerel, Perch or Frog Legs with potato, coleslaw, roll/butter, priced from $13- $14. No tax on pick-ups, 3-7 PM. Details 519-253-1834.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tec rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Saturday, June 13
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

08:00 AM

Downtown Windsor Farmers Market to open May 30

08:00 AM — 01:00 PM

The Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association (DWBIA) is pleased to announce that its Farmers Market will open on Saturday May 30 at 8am. Celebrating its fifth season on Pelissier Street and Maiden Lane, the Farmers Market is home to over 40 produce, food and artisanal vendors. The Market is a rain or shine event that runs in the heart of the city every Saturday through to October 31, from 8am-1pm. In light of COVID-19, the Downtown Windsor Farmers Market is working closely with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit and Farmers Market Ontario to ensure that social distancing measures and safety protocols are in place when the market opens. Market Manager, Steve Green, who works in the healthcare sector, is especially cognizant of the need to implement full social distancing measures and a phased approach. Some of the measures will include: Phase 1:
  • Limited to food vendors providing farm produce and products until such time as the Province opens non-food related businesses
  • Physical distancing measures at entry and exit points and between vendor booths, vendors and visitors
  • Division of site and one-way traffic flow in each direction
  • Hand-wash stations
  • Two operators per booth – one to handle produce/product and the other to handle payments
  • Complying with provincial orders on the number of customers accessing the site at any given time
  • Non-touch lined waste disposal receptacles
“Farmers Markets are deemed an essential service,” said Steve Green, Market Manager. “Vendors will only be selling farm-to-table produce and products and, until further notice, there will be no entertainment, Kids Korner, Chef Demos and piazza. In addition, we will be advocating a “shop – don’t stop” policy.” For more information, visit www.dwfm.ca, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

10:00 AM

Mayor Hilda MacDonald to Host Virtual Coffee Chat

10:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Mayor Hilda MacDonald invites you to join her as she hosts her first Virtual Coffee Chat on Saturday, June 13 at 10AM. Take this opportunity to share your ideas and feedback about the community from the comfort of your own home. Make yourself a cup of coffee and join us, as we stay connected as a community. Mayor MacDonald will host the meeting virtually using Zoom. To participate in the Virtual Coffee Chat, you will need access to a computer with internet service or a telephone. All participants must register prior to Wednesday, June 10 at: leamington.ca/chat Once registered, participants will receive details by email on how to join the Zoom meeting. All Leamington residents and business owners are welcome to attend.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
05:00 PM

Relay for Life Essex County goes Viral with Relay at Home June 13

05:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Relay At Home on Saturday June 13  This year, we have reimagined Relay For Life into Relay At Home – a new, fun and interactive way for you to Relay online from the comfort of your home and respect physical distancing. Participants of all ages are welcome to attend the online event on June 13 from 7 – 9 p.m. EST.  Relay At Home will have interactive activities for all ages and feature the hallmark components from our in-person events to help celebrate survivors and remember those we’ve lost to cancer. Donations will support people living with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Register today at relayforlife.ca/essexcounty 

Location/Venue Name
At your own Home

  • 370 Hill St, Corunna, N0N1G0
Sunday, June 14
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Extended Deadline - Cat Spay/Neuter Vouchers

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The City of Windsor’s 2020 Spay/Neuter Voucher Program saw the program’s 260 vouchers for feral and owned cats claimed in record time. These vouchers were set to expire on June 9, 2020. Due to a reduction in veterinary services offered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of these vouchers were not able to be used. With restrictions lifting, administration has approved an extended deadline and all vouchers must now be used by July 31, 2020. The initial phase of recipients is still able to redeem the vouchers—valued at $75 each—at any participating veterinary clinic before the expiry date. Shortly after the deadline has passed, the number of vouchers remaining will be determined, and those residents who were placed on the waiting list during their initial call to 311 will be contacted to determine interest. Program details are available at www.citywindsor.ca or by calling 311.

All day

No Plastic Bags in Recycling

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority is banning plastic bags from recycling. As of June 1, any recycle boxes/carts that contain plastic bags will NOT be picked up. Plastic bags with a recycling symbol are banned also. This ban applies to Windsor & Essex County single family homes, townhouses/condos, apartment buildings, businesses, institutions and industry.

10:30 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Worship Services

10:30 AM — 11:30 AM

You are invited to watch Glenwood United Church Online Worship Services live on Sundays at 10:30am at facebook.com/glenwoodunited/ or visit our website glenwoodunited.com.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Monday, June 15
All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

DONATE BLOOD! Windsor Blood Donor Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Donated blood lasts no longer than 42 days. Platelets have a shelf life of only 7 days. To ensure we can continue to meet the needs of patients in Canada, we need everyone who is healthy to book and keep their blood donation appointment for weeks and months ahead. A reminder to all donors, currently , we can only welcome people with appointments. This is in compliance with public health authorities' requests to practice healthy physical distancing. Book ahead. Book now at blood.ca

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, N8W 1W9
Tuesday, June 16
All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

03:00 PM

DONATE BLOOD! Windsor Blood Donor Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Donated blood lasts no longer than 42 days. Platelets have a shelf life of only 7 days. To ensure we can continue to meet the needs of patients in Canada, we need everyone who is healthy to book and keep their blood donation appointment for weeks and months ahead. By appointment only.  Masks are also a requirement - please bring your own or one will be provided to you. Book ahead. Book now at blood.ca

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, N8W 1W9
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Wednesday, June 17
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

DONATE BLOOD! Windsor Blood Donor Centre

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Donated blood lasts no longer than 42 days. Platelets have a shelf life of only 7 days. To ensure we can continue to meet the needs of patients in Canada, we need everyone who is healthy to book and keep their blood donation appointment for weeks and months ahead. By appointment only.  Masks are also a requirement - please bring your own or one will be provided to you. Book ahead. Book now at blood.ca

Location/Venue Name
Windsor Blood Donor Centre

  • 3909 Grand Marais Road East, Windsor, N8W 1W9
Thursday, June 18
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

03:00 PM

Thursday BBQ Specials @ The Windsor Moose Lodge

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Thursdays, 3-7pm, for TAKEOUT ONLY. Order 1/2 chicken, full slab of ribs or a 12 oz NY steak with potato, coleslaw & roll starting at $11, no tax. Details call 519-253-1834 for pickup.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x 2h4
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Friday, June 19
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge Friday Takeout Specials

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Fridays are "Fish Fry" days. Choice of Haibut, Pickerel, Perch or Frog Legs with potato, coleslaw, roll/butter, priced from $13- $14. No tax on pick-ups, 3-7 PM. Details 519-253-1834.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tec rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Saturday, June 20
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Transit Windsor Update on Adjusted Routes & Services

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Transit Windsor has been directed to continue with enhanced Sunday service only, seven days a week until at least June 21, 2020, extending the order regarding transit service delivery implemented on May 4, 2020. The City of Windsor and Transit Windsor have been monitoring and analyzing ridership figures since the resumption of service began. Due to the continued public health crisis, current ridership has been reduced by about 90%, as compared to pre-pandemic figures from May 2019. Continuing to provide enhanced Sunday service only until June 21, 2020 allows those residents who rely on Transit Windsor to access services, while also providing services commensurate with current demand. Ongoing monitoring will occur throughout June to determine if service levels need to be addressed further as the Province of Ontario considers allowing additional staged re-openings. All Windsor routes that normally have a “Sunday” schedule will continue to be in service seven days a week, except for the Central 3 West and the Tunnel Bus. Transit Windsor’s website has been updated to include the current schedule and policies. Fares continue to be waived, and all passengers are asked to enter and exit the bus through the rear doors. Riders with accessibility needs may continue to use the front doors, and one wheelchair passenger at a time may occupy this area.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Sunday, June 21
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

10:30 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Worship Services

10:30 AM — 11:30 AM

You are invited to watch Glenwood United Church Online Worship Services live on Sundays at 10:30am at facebook.com/glenwoodunited/ or visit our website glenwoodunited.com.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
04:30 PM

All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner

04:30 PM — 06:30 PM

Super Bowl Party at RCL Br 594. Come enjoy spaghetti, fresh garden salad & sliced rye bread on February 2, 4:30-6:30pm at 5030 Howard Ave. Adults $8, Legion Members $7. Children 6 and under $3.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Br 594

  • 5030 Howard Ave, Tecumseh, N9A 6Z6
Monday, June 22
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Tuesday, June 23
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Wednesday, June 24
All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Thursday, June 25
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

Thursday BBQ Specials @ The Windsor Moose Lodge

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Thursdays, 3-7pm, for TAKEOUT ONLY. Order 1/2 chicken, full slab of ribs or a 12 oz NY steak with potato, coleslaw & roll starting at $11, no tax. Details call 519-253-1834 for pickup.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x 2h4
Friday, June 26
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

Oh Canada Day - Amherstburg

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Amherstburg is pleased to invite residents and visitors alike to the “OH CANADA DAY-AMHERSTBURG” VIRTUAL celebrations, starting Friday June 26, 2020 to Wednesday, July 1! Visit Amherstburg Facebook followers can get social virtually by, reveling in local artist performances, through shared participation in many activities, chances to win prizes and so much more! The “Oh Canada Day – Amherstburg’s” virtual program is funded in part by the Celebrate Canada Program grant from the Ministry of Canadian Heritage. These monies include consideration for an alternate date when the live fireworks display can take place. Let’s celebrate the virtual “OH CANADA DAY – AMHERSTBURG” experience together, follow Visit Amherstburg on Facebook. www.facebook.com/visitamherstburg

03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge Friday Takeout Specials

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Fridays are "Fish Fry" days. Choice of Haibut, Pickerel, Perch or Frog Legs with potato, coleslaw, roll/butter, priced from $13- $14. No tax on pick-ups, 3-7 PM. Details 519-253-1834.

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tec rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
03:00 PM

Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 "Takeout Menu"

03:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Check out our new, expanded takeout menu as posted on FACEBOOK. Available Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays, 3pm-7pm. Something for all tastes, call 519-253-1834. Pick up @ 777 Tecumseh Rd West

Location/Venue Name
windsor moose lodge 1499

  • 777 tecumseh rd w, windsor, n8x2h4
Saturday, June 27
All day

Oh Canada Day - Amherstburg

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Amherstburg is pleased to invite residents and visitors alike to the “OH CANADA DAY-AMHERSTBURG” VIRTUAL celebrations, starting Friday June 26, 2020 to Wednesday, July 1! Visit Amherstburg Facebook followers can get social virtually by, reveling in local artist performances, through shared participation in many activities, chances to win prizes and so much more! The “Oh Canada Day – Amherstburg’s” virtual program is funded in part by the Celebrate Canada Program grant from the Ministry of Canadian Heritage. These monies include consideration for an alternate date when the live fireworks display can take place. Let’s celebrate the virtual “OH CANADA DAY – AMHERSTBURG” experience together, follow Visit Amherstburg on Facebook. www.facebook.com/visitamherstburg

All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
Sunday, June 28
All day

Oh Canada Day - Amherstburg

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Amherstburg is pleased to invite residents and visitors alike to the “OH CANADA DAY-AMHERSTBURG” VIRTUAL celebrations, starting Friday June 26, 2020 to Wednesday, July 1! Visit Amherstburg Facebook followers can get social virtually by, reveling in local artist performances, through shared participation in many activities, chances to win prizes and so much more! The “Oh Canada Day – Amherstburg’s” virtual program is funded in part by the Celebrate Canada Program grant from the Ministry of Canadian Heritage. These monies include consideration for an alternate date when the live fireworks display can take place. Let’s celebrate the virtual “OH CANADA DAY – AMHERSTBURG” experience together, follow Visit Amherstburg on Facebook. www.facebook.com/visitamherstburg

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

10:30 AM

Glenwood United Church Online Worship Services

10:30 AM — 11:30 AM

You are invited to watch Glenwood United Church Online Worship Services live on Sundays at 10:30am at facebook.com/glenwoodunited/ or visit our website glenwoodunited.com.

Monday, June 29
All day

Oh Canada Day - Amherstburg

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Amherstburg is pleased to invite residents and visitors alike to the “OH CANADA DAY-AMHERSTBURG” VIRTUAL celebrations, starting Friday June 26, 2020 to Wednesday, July 1! Visit Amherstburg Facebook followers can get social virtually by, reveling in local artist performances, through shared participation in many activities, chances to win prizes and so much more! The “Oh Canada Day – Amherstburg’s” virtual program is funded in part by the Celebrate Canada Program grant from the Ministry of Canadian Heritage. These monies include consideration for an alternate date when the live fireworks display can take place. Let’s celebrate the virtual “OH CANADA DAY – AMHERSTBURG” experience together, follow Visit Amherstburg on Facebook. www.facebook.com/visitamherstburg

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

Tuesday, June 30
All day

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County (BIAWE) is facing fundraising shortfalls due to cancelled events, and a number of operational challenges due to COVID-19 and the associated social distancing. We are in danger of closing our doors. To help us and other charities survive and continue to offer our valuable services, Canada Helps has launched the sixth annual Great Canadian Giving Challenge with an increased grand prize. It is a national public contest to benefit any registered Canadian charity. Every $1 donated to the BIAWE in June via CanadaHelps.org, automatically enters BIAWE to win an additional $20,000 donation. The grand prize draw will take place on July 1st, Canada Day, and we may receive this new grand prize of $20,000. The Brain Injury Association of Windsor and Essex County’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by a brain injury through education, awareness and support.

All day

Oh Canada Day - Amherstburg

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Amherstburg is pleased to invite residents and visitors alike to the “OH CANADA DAY-AMHERSTBURG” VIRTUAL celebrations, starting Friday June 26, 2020 to Wednesday, July 1! Visit Amherstburg Facebook followers can get social virtually by, reveling in local artist performances, through shared participation in many activities, chances to win prizes and so much more! The “Oh Canada Day – Amherstburg’s” virtual program is funded in part by the Celebrate Canada Program grant from the Ministry of Canadian Heritage. These monies include consideration for an alternate date when the live fireworks display can take place. Let’s celebrate the virtual “OH CANADA DAY – AMHERSTBURG” experience together, follow Visit Amherstburg on Facebook. www.facebook.com/visitamherstburg

All day

Hospice LifeWalk: Choose Your Challenge Edition

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Hospice LifeWalk - Choose Your Challenge Edition This year, participants can choose their own activity or challenge to complete. It can be a traditional 5km walk, a weekly bike ride, 10 jumping jacks a day or whatever else they can think of! Also new this year we are extending the event from June 1 – 30.  This way, participants can complete the challenge on their own time, wherever they feel most comfortable. How To Take Part in LifeWalk Month 1. Register Online – Join one of our Hospice Teams! Or you can start your own team - family members/friends make great teammates, even from afar! 2. Choose Your Honouree - Who are you doing this in honour of? Select a special loved one to honour and remember. Email their photo to soverton@thehospice.ca to be included in a special memorial video. 3. Choose Your Challenge - Let's get active! Maybe you want to commit to going for a walk once a week, or do 10 push-ups every day. Choose the challenge that makes sense for you - no challenge is too big or too small. 4. Share Your Goal - Share your fundraising page, tell your friends and family, and ask for their support! 5. Support Our Hospice, Together - All donations will directly support our Hospice and our frontline staff, and will directly help us keep caring for our community, especially during these unique times. Are you ready to get started? Register online today:  https://bit.ly/3doiJjm Funds raised through LifeWalk ensure that our programs and services are offered at no cost to patients, families, and caregivers. Join our LifeWalk, to show your support for families in our community and honour our loved ones, together - It's the Hospice Way. Questions? Contact Sarah Overton soverton@thehospice.ca or 519-251-2594

Location/Venue Name
The Hospice of Windsor & Essex County

  • 6038 Empress, Windsor, N8T 1B5
Wednesday, July 1
All day

Oh Canada Day - Amherstburg

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Town of Amherstburg is pleased to invite residents and visitors alike to the “OH CANADA DAY-AMHERSTBURG” VIRTUAL celebrations, starting Friday June 26, 2020 to Wednesday, July 1! Visit Amherstburg Facebook followers can get social virtually by, reveling in local artist performances, through shared participation in many activities, chances to win prizes and so much more! The “Oh Canada Day – Amherstburg’s” virtual program is funded in part by the Celebrate Canada Program grant from the Ministry of Canadian Heritage. These monies include consideration for an alternate date when the live fireworks display can take place. Let’s celebrate the virtual “OH CANADA DAY – AMHERSTBURG” experience together, follow Visit Amherstburg on Facebook. www.facebook.com/visitamherstburg

Thursday, July 2
12:00 PM

Update to Veterans' memorial service presentation

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

For the past 25 years, the North Wall Riders Association, - (visit https://www.facebook.com/NWRAWindsorChapter/) and the Canadian Viet Nam Veterans Memorial Association – (visit http://www.canadiansinvietnam.com/index.html) have commemorated the memory of 164 Canadians who fell in service (or listed as POW) during the VietNam war with a family-centered memorial service at the monument located in Assumption Park along Windsor’s waterfront. In keeping with the Public Health Agency of Canada’s guidelines regarding social distancing as a result of Coronavirus and; respecting the best interests of our community the 25th annual Run to the North Wall - (visit https://rcl594.com/run-to-the-north-wall/) will be cancelled however; the memorial service of 2 July 2020 will be dedicated through a limited public-attended ceremony at 1200hrs.