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5 Fun Things To Do This Weekend in Windsor


The Art Gallery of Windsor is showcasing what may be the most exciting and anticipated exhibit in the history of the gallery.

The Sandwich Project (Part Two) features 27 pieces of art from the iconic American artist, Andy Warhol, including some artworks which have never been loaned to galleries before.


Thursday, June 7 to Sunday, June 10, 2018

The 31st LaSalle Strawberry Festival takes place at Gil Maure Park and offers a whole slew of family activities including a carnival, parade, live entertainment and, of course, local strawberries.

Admission is $5 per person at the gate with children under 6 and seniors over 65 receiving free entry.

You can also arrive by bicycle as Bike Windsor-Essex will be hosting a free bicycle valet service.

Friday night will be a band with a fireworks display over the Detroit River at 10:00pm.


Saturday, June 9, 2018

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This tour is everything its name implies. You get on a bike and you ride to breweries for some great craft beer.

To spice things up a bit, there’s a couple special treats in store for those participating in the ride this weekend.

The co-founder of Slow Roll Detroit, Jason Hall, will be leading the ride. Jason is normally leading up to 7000 people through the streets of Detroit, and now you get to have a more intimate ride with him and actually speak with him one on one. If you listened to our podcast with him, you’ll know just like we do that he’s an amazing guy.

If you book your Bikes & Beers tickets before the end of Thursday, June 7, we’re also giving you 15% off! Simply use the promo code BIKESBEERSFLASH when booking.


Saturday, June 9, 2018

Listen to live music in the serene setting of the landscaped backyard of Rino’s Kitchen. Enjoy the sweet sounds of songstress, Karen Morand, from 8:00pm to 10:00pm.

The yard is fully licensed and family-friendly. Plus, it gives you a chance to try their cheeseburger which made our list of must-try burgers for 2018.


Saturday, June 9, 2018

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You don’t have to fish to enjoy the Colchester Walleye Derby.  While the fisherman are out on the lake, the Walleye Capital of Canada will be serving up some tasty fun on the land.

There’s going to be a fish & chips lunch, a perch dinner and Road Chef will also be on site serving up their famous Mozza Bombs.


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