PHOTOS: Walkerville Art Walk & Rock, continues today

Saturday July 17th, 2010

Posted at 10:15am

0
0
0
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Hello time traveller!!

This article is 2921 days old.

The information listed below is likely outdated and has been preserved for archival purposes.

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.

Do You Like This Article?