There is lots to do this weekend across Windsor, Ontario. Here are 3 tasty events we think you should check out while exploring Canada’s southernmost city.



Folks of all ages love The Dirty Poutine Experience.
Folks of all ages love The Dirty Poutine Experience.

Get your cheese curd cravings ready for the world’s only exclusively poutine food tour.

Canadians are stereotypically known to be squeaky clean, but when it comes to our comfort food we get down and dirty. It’s an authentic, gritty look at the underbelly of a great Canadian city.

Explore dark alleys covered with graffiti and learn historical Canadian facts on your way to taste a variety of different takes on Canada’s most well-known comfort food.

Tickets can be purchased online.

Did we mention you’ll eat a gluttonous amount of poutine?



Head to GL Heritage Brewing Company Saturday to enjoy a free concert hosted by 93.9 The River and AM800 CKLW.

Experience an outstanding folk-style combination of guitar, banjo, keys, drums, all wrapped up in incredible vocal harmony with 5-man band, Border Patrol. They will hit the stage at 2:00pm and play until 6:00pm.

The GL Heritage Brewing Company crew is super excited to support this band, personally selected to ‘pair’ with their brewery’s vibe by The River’s, Dan MacDonald.

Be sure to arrive early to grab a table under the concert tent or patio or to munch on some food and sit back to enjoy some great, unique music.



Wine Trail Ride cycling tour

This Saturday, meander through the farmlands along the Lake Erie coastline a la bicyclette and fall in love with Canada’s southernmost region.

Our friendly guide will lead you to enjoy world-class wines at Essex Pelee Island Coast wineries. We’ll roll through the scenic, flat countryside at a leisurely pace and take in the sights, sounds and smells of a burgeoning wine appellation.

The Wine Trail Rides are so great they were named the Best Culinary Tourism Experience in Ontario and the Innovator of the Year for the Canadian tourism industry.