This upcoming week will be an absolutely crazy one for WindsorEats!
So many events are taking place, including 3 WindsorEats events, that I am considering cloning myself so I can attend them all!
Here is a rundown of the events:
The tickets are $25 per session and includes tastings, appetizers and a great night out.
We want this to be an intimate setting so seats are very limited and we encourage you to book your spot early. Tickets are still available and can be purchased at the new WindsorEats.com Shop.
This is a great local event and we hope to see you there!
Wednesday, April 15, 2009 – Gourmet Emporium Cooking Class: Tour of Thailand
Last month, The Gourmet Emporium presented its first cooking class ‘Morocco in March’ to rave reviews. This month they are pleased to bring you ‘Tour of Thailand’ on April 15th, 2009. Learn to cook like a pro while enjoying good food and drink. Call or email now to reserve your seat.
Tickets are $50.00 and seating is limited. Book your reservation by phone 519-915-0813 or email.
Wednesday, April 15, 2009 – Free Movie: Battle in Seattle
Two free showings of the movie ‘Battle in Seattle’ will be taking place at 7:00p and 9:00p at the Palace Cinemas on 300 Ouellette Avenue in Downtown Windsor. We encourage you to make it a great night out by visiting a local restaurant for dinner before or after the showing.
Thursday, April 16, 2009 – Flick and a Feast – The Class
WindsorEats.com and the Windsor International Film Festival have partnered to bring a really fantastic deal to movie lovers and diners.
Flick and a Feast package includes a ticket to a film screening and dinner at a participating restaurant for only $35 per person. Flick and a Feast packages can only be purchased through WindsorEats.com’s newly launched online shop.
Here is a look at the menus for the Flick and a Feast packages:
- Mancuso’s Trattoria
- Mezzo Ristorante & Lounge
- NOI Restaurant
- Thai Palace
- Thai Silk
- Three…A Tasting Bar
- Chanoso’s Restaurant
Saturday, April 18, 2009 – WindsorEats Cleans the City
Just a reminder we’re still looking for volunteers for our clean up on Saturday, April 18th.
Spring has sprung and has uncovered a bit of a mess in our community. So we decided to do our part and organize a clean up. WindsorEats will provide all the equipment needed. All we need is your help.
If you are interested in volunteering your time for the day, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re working with the Clean City Committee and once all the details have been sorted out we’ll send you an update on the time and location.
Know of an area in your neighbourhood that needs a cleanup? Let me know that too.
Let’s keep our community clean!
Saturday, April 18, 2009 – John Edward’s Polaroid Imagery
19-year-old Jon Edwards is an emerging Windsor artist who uses Polaroid cameras as a preferred medium. He has developed (no pun intended) a unique layering technique that makes his work compelling and highly unusual.
The Biennial’s opening reception attracts hundreds of people from the border cities region. You won’t want to miss this event! Enjoy live jazz music by The Scattered Trio, cash bar, refreshments, tours, studio projects for the family and artists’ talks all for only $7 admission. Kids are welcome and those under 12 get in free.
Saturday, April 18, 2009 – Mezzo Ristorante & the Windsor Symphony Orchestra
Mezzo Ristorante and the Windsor Symphony Orchestra present a special opportunity for anyone attending a Saturday evening Pops or Masterworks performance.
Mezzo has put together a special dinner and concert package – with one phone call your evening is complete. Make your reservations at Mezzo and you will also receive best available concert tickets at the same discounted price our subscribers receive.
Already have your tickets? Not a problem, you can still participate in the dinner portion of this special package. Contact Mezzo at 519-252-4055 for reservations and details.