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Thursday May 9th, 2013

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This Friday evening is the first of five Downtown Windsor Culture Crawls that will take place in 2013.

These crawls will allow you to explore the very best art galleries, performance venues, creative space, restaurants, cafes, education centres, heritage sites, youth spaces, community organizations, and more in and around the downtown core.

The crawl begins at 7pm. Here is a look at whats going on:

PHOG Lounge -1 57 University Avenue West
The Blue Stones Tour Kick-Off with The Zilis (Hamilton)
7pm

Windsor’s Community Museum – 254 Pitt Street West
Stop by Windsor’s Commnity Museum where guest curator Melissa Phillips will give an exhibit talk on PONTIAC’S WAR: Resistance in a Changing Frontier. Experience Chief Pontiac’s pivotal fight for North America’s frontier. Mystery, intrigue, romance, war and betrayal – Pontiac’s War has it all. the museum will have special evening opening hours.
7pm to 9pm

The Squirrel Cage – 1 Maiden Lane
Wine tasting with CREW
7pm to 9pm
Live music with Windsor’s own Jackie Robitaille
9pm to 11pm
https://www.facebook.com/TheSquirrelCage

One Ten Park: A Working Space – 110 Park Street West at Pelissier
Over a hundred small correspondent art works from all over the world. Part of MayWorks Windsor through Artcite Inc.

Broken City Lab Civic Space – 411 Pelissier
“Uprisings: Images of Labour: by Justseeds. Exhibition opening.
7pm

Windsor Light Music Theatre presents The Wizard of Oz – 201 Riverside Drive West
Join Dorothy and her friends on the yellow brick road in this unforgettable musical for the entire family. Presented at The Chrysler Theatre, St. Clair College Centre for the Arts.
8pm

The Coffee Exchange – 266 Ouellette Avenue
Indulge in a warm beverage while you check out artwork by local artists Tajana Ristic.
7pm to Midnight

Milk Coffee Bar – 68 University Avenue West
Indule in a beverage of choice and check out the art of local surrealist artist Stephen Gibb.
7pm
The Orange Band performs live – contemporary pop music.
10pm

Vermouth – 333 Ouellette Avenue
“Where It All Started”
A taste from the past – sample Classic Cocktails
7pm to 9pm
Live Acid Jazz
10pm to close

Media City Film Festival – 309 Chatham Street West
Open House – visit the office space and learn about the upcoming films that will be presented at the next Media City Film Festival.
7pm to 9pm

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