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Arts Festival Highlights Downtown Weekend Street Closure

Thursday September 24th, 2020, 9:15pm


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The final downtown street closure of the season will feature a two day Arts Fair.

Vendors range from visual, digital, mixed media and photographic arts to handcrafted artisan products for the home, jewelers and authors.

“Without the Open Streets event Windsorites have come to know and love, we knew there was going to be something missing this summer,” says DWBIA Chair Brian Yeomans. “Our Downtown Windsor Arts Fair fills that gap and enables local artists, crafters and artisans to display and sell their works and wares.”

The Downtown Windsor Arts Fair runs from 3pm to 8pm on both Saturday and Sunday. More information can be found here

Musical entertainment will also pop up on the closed downtown streets to entertain people on nearby patios. Entertainment primarily runs from 7pm to 10pm, but there are some mid-afternoon performances over the weekend. The music series has been generously supported by the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts

In addition, Elixia Performance Arts and the Windsor Circus School will also be bringing the thrill of the circus to downtown streets on Friday and Saturday with aerial arts performances, including silks, lyra and the lollipop.

Streets are closed from 5pm September 25th to 11pm September 27th.

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