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Saturday July 17th, 2010

Posted at 10:15am

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Walkerville kicked off its 8th annual Walkerville Art Walk & Rock event as hundreds took to the streets to visit shops, boutiques and restaurants.  Participants to the event can pick up a ‘passport’, visit each of the shops and have their passports stamped, drop it off in a ballot box and have their chance to win a prize.

Photos from the event:

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
Inside Ten Thousand Villages

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
The Walkerville Lofts

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
Xtreme Danceworks, a new performing arts academy that we wrote about here.

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
Peerless Ice Cream is now under new ownership and has been renamed to “The Old Town Sweet Shop”

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
Elaine Weeks of Walkerville Publishing was selling Walkerville Mint Tea and “Windsor Present” postcards!

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
Festival organizers made a quick decision to move the tented festivities from Devonshire Road to a field next to the Walker Power Building, the location of Windsor’s former Pere Marquette train station.

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
Entertainment was provided by Spirit, a local band.

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
windsoriteDOTca’s own Kari Gignac selling her photography at Ravenswift Images.

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
Joan Charette, organizer of the Walkerville Art Walk & Rock — and also singer for Spirit.

2010 Walkerville Art Walk & Rock
The Walkerville Art Walk & Rock continues today! For more information, visit the Walkerville BIA District website.

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