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Saturday September 20th, 2014

Posted at 6:31pm

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Artist Jay Raven created a new mural entitled “In The Key Of Free”, visible from Drouillard Road

Around a thousand people visited Windsor’s oldest manufacturing neighbourhood for the third annual Ford City arts and heritage festival on Saturday, according to organizers.

The neighbourhood came together along Drouillard Road to mix art with automotive history and celebrate community.

Resident groups including the Ford City BIA, Ford City Neighbourhood Renewal and the Ford City Residents In Action created a human foosball game, brought a marching band to the street, held live music, face painting, mural painting, and drew a crowd with street performers and a vendors market.

Ford City community garden

Parents and kids enjoyed a human foosball game

Visitors helped to add leaves to this tree painting

The Little Free Library at the community garden lets anyone borrow a good read

Organizers say light poles were recently decorated with banners painted by area children

One of Ford City’s artist workspaces

Guests made creations with modelling clay supplied by the City of Windsor’s culture department

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