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LGBT Visitor Guide to Windsor-Essex

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THE SHORE WITH MORE Dive into all that Windsor Essex Pelee Island has to offer! destinations in North America. Tour our Lake Erie North Shore Explore our natural wonders like Point Pelee National Park, one of the top birding wine route and sample award-winning offerings among nearly twenty wineries. Feel the excitement of world-class gaming at Caesars Windsor, Canada’s largest internationally branded casino and entertainment destination. And experience our rich heritage, including the days of Prohibition at the Canadian Club Brand Centre. Whatever you choose, there’s plenty to take pride in! YOUTUBE LOGO SPECS PRINT main red on light backgrounds standard on dark backgrounds standard PMS 1795C C0 M96 Y90 K2 gradient bottom PMS 1815C C13 M96 Y81 K54 white WHITE black C0 M0 Y0 K0 BLACK C100 M100 Y100 K100 no gradients no gradients watermark watermark stacked logo (for sharing only) stacked logo (for sharing only) visitwindsoressex.com | 1-800-265-3633 | | | | Page 06 Proud Partners with Windsor-Essex Pride Fest, Travel Gay Canada and Pride Source & Between The Lines


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welcome to windsor-essex windsorPhoto Credit: Canadian Tourism Commission On behalf of the City of Windsor and the County of Essex, we welcome you to the southernmost and friendliest region of Canada and we look forward to showcasing this terrific hidden gem in the heart of one of the most densely populated areas in North America. Our region is a unique and special one that has all the amenities for a great trip. Shopping, arts, culture, dining, recreation…Windsor-Essex has it all! You couldn’t have chosen a better place to visit. While you are here, please take the time to browse through our many shops, have a meal or two at our fine restaurants, visit our historic landmarks, enjoy the fabulous nightlife, and so much more. Our region is the fourth most ethnically diverse community in Canada and certainly one of the most socially progressive. This is apparent in our dining options, fabulous festivals, friendly and welcoming people, and our wonderfully vibrant LGBT community. Whatever you choose to do during your stay, we are confident you will have a rewarding and enjoyable time and that your first experience with us will not be your last. Table Of Contents Accommodations Arts & Theatre Attractions Beauty & Spas Dining Festivals & Events Page 6 Page 8-9 Page 11-12 Page 14 Page 16-18 Page 22-23 Gay Weddings Nightlife & Gaming Retail & Services Tours & Travel Wineries & Breweries Page 25 Page 27 Page 29-33 Page 35 Page 37 If their advertisement or listing is displayed in this book, that means that they are merchants and vendors that support the LGBT community and its efforts here in Windsor-Essex. The LGBT community is an enormous economic force. The Come OUT & Play Guide encourages you to take the opportunity to flex some of that power by selecting merchants and vendors who cater to this community. Use these advertisers and tell them you found or heard about them in the Come OUT & Play Guide! We would like to thank the following for photography credits in this publication Canadian Tourism Commission, Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership, Gene Schilling and Sam Baillargeon. PUBLISHER Windsor-Essex Pride Fest 440 Pelissier Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 4K9 Phone: 226-348-3378 Website: www.wepridefest.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/wepridefest Pride Fest W I N D S O R · E S S E X www.wepridefest.com Page 06


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AMHERSTBURG, ONTARIO You’ll Love It Here! Steeped in historic charm and situated on the banks of the Detroit River, Amherstburg is one of the oldest towns in the province of Ontario. Its unique, century old buildings and lovely waterfront setting make it the perfect scenic getaway! www.amherstburg.ca www.1812amherstburg.com Page 06


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TALLSHIPS PORT WINDSOR 4 COMMUNITIES . 1 REGION . AUG 30 - SEPT 2, 2013 Windsor welcomes our visiting tall ships at Dieppe Gardens Festival programming includes: tall ship deck tours; artists market; bookstore; magicians; illusionists; dancers; storytellers; puppeteers; stilt walkers; musicians; singers; songwriters; fiddlers; Parks Canada 1812 exhibit; Windsor’s Community Museum exhibits and activities; HMCS Hunter activities; Kids’ Pirate Landing Zone with bouncy castle & slide; movie screening of “HOOK”; evening of poetry & prose with Windsor Poet Laureate Marty Gervais and friends aboard the deck of a tall ship. Full Regional Festival Details + Boarding Pass Purchases at: www.coastaltrails.ca Page 06


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accommodations Photo Credit: Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership 199 Dalhousie Street, Amherstburg, Ontario, N9V 1W5 Phone: 519-736-9433 www.bbcanada.com/bondyhousebnb 377 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 7H7 519-258-7878 1-800-991-7777 www.caesarswindsor.com/caesars-lgbt Winner of the AAA Four Diamond award, Caesars Windsor defines modern luxury in the midst of timeless elegance. Step inside these spectacular Windsor accommodations to discover the essence of indulgence, comfort and luxury. Our masterfully-appointed guestrooms and suites are the only Four Diamond downtown Windsor hotel, with 758 rooms in two towers overlooking the artistically manicured riverfront trails of Windsor and Detroit. Allow us to spoil you with luxurious amenities, including complimentary valet parking and full concierge service. BONDY HOUSE B&B HILTON WINDSOR 277 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 5K4 Phone: 519-973-5555 www.hilton.com CAESARS WINDSOR HOLIDAY INN DOWNTOWN WINDSOR 430 Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 1B2 Phone: 519-256-4656 or 1-877-2564656 www.hidowntownwindsor.com 4441 Concession 4 S, Amherstburg, Ontario, N9V 2Y8 Phone: 519-736-7737 1-877-253-8594 www.bbcanada.com/honorsbnb HONOR’S COUNTRY HOUSE B&B KINGS INN 12 Main Street East, Kingsville, Ontario, N9A 1A2 Phone: 519-712-9087 www.kingshotel.ca KIRK’S BED & BREAKFAST COMFORT INN, LEAMINGTON 279 Erie Street South, Leamington, Ontario, N8H 3C4 Phone: 519-326-9071 1-800-424-5423 www.choicehotels.ca/cn276 406 Moy Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 2N4 Phone: 519-255-9346 www.kirksbandb.com QUALITY SUITES DOWNTOWN 675 Goyeau Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 1H3 Phone: 519-258-8411 1-866-454-6444 www.daysinnwindsor.com DAYS INN WINDSOR 250 Dougall Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 7C6 Phone: 519-977-9707 or 1-800-4-CHOICE www.choicehotels.ca/cn317 GUESTHOUSE GETAWAY 8331 Middle Side Road, McGregor, Ontario, N0R 1J0 Phone: 519-726-5221 519-562-7711 www.guesthousegetaway.com 388 Erie Street South, Leamington, Ontario, N8H 3E5 Phone: 519-324-9266 www.seacliffeinn.com SEACLIFFE INN & SPA TRAVELODGE DOWNTOWN 1840 Huron Church Road, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 2L5 Phone: 519-972-0770 www.windsorsuites.hamptoninn.com Wake up to Hampton’s free hot breakfast every morning and enjoy free high-speed internet access in all guest rooms, suites, and public areas. Our fitness center and indoor swimming pool make it easy to maintain your healthy fitness regime on the road. Stay in control of your workload and in touch with the office at our fully-equipped, 24-hour business center. All guest rooms and suites feature a 32-inch flat-screen TV with free movie channel and our clean and fresh Hampton bed. HAMPTON INNS & SUITES BY HILTON 33 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 2S4 Phone: 519-258-7774 1-800-578-7878 www.travelodge-windsor-riverfront.com 3140 Peter Street. Windsor, Ontario, N9C 1H3 Phone: 519-254-1112 ext.5000 or 1-866-618-1112 www.windsorexecutivestay.com 2310 Hickson Road, Wheatley, Ontario, N0P 2P0 Phone: 519-825-3233 www.wenzlerslanding.com UNIVERSITY PLACE ROOMS & SUITES WENZLER’S LANDING B&B Page 06 For more detailed information, visit www.wepridefest.com


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www.tecumsehtravel.com Phone: 519-735-4182 Fax: 519-735-4102 Micheal Horvath Owner / Travel Consultant Luc LeBlanc Owner 25 Amy Croft Drive, Unit #3 Tecumseh, Ontario, N9K 1C7 (Manning Rd. @ E.C. Row Sobey’s Plaza) Email: tecumehtravel@primus.ca Rainbow Health Ontario is a province-wide program designed to improve access to services and to promote the health of Ontario’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities. We are a resource for community groups, health and social service providers, researchers, policy makers, trainers and educators across the province. For more information and answers to your questions, please visit our website at www.RainbowHealthOntario.ca Maaya Hitomi is the Outreach Worker for your area. To contact her email Outreach1@RainbowHealthOntario.ca HAPPY PRIDE! Page 06


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arts & theatre Photo Credit: Canadian Tourism Commission ARTCITE 109 University Avenue W, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 5P4 Phone: (519) 977-6564 www.artcite.ca Windsor's only artist-run centre dedicated exclusively to the presentation and promotion of contemporary and experimental art forms, Artcite Inc maintains a balanced and diverse program of visual art exhibitions and events, including: performance, film and video screenings, CHRYSLER THEATRE 201 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 5K4 Phone: 519-252-6579 www.chryslertheatre.com The Chrysler Theatre is located in downtown Windsor along the Detroit River, overlooking the Detroit Skyline. CINEPLEX ODEON ARTS COUNCIL WINDSOR & REGION 1942 Wyandotte Street East, Windsor, Ontario, N8Y 1E4 Phone: 519-252-2787 www.acwr.net Arts Council – Windsor & Region (ACWR) was incorporated in 1979 and is an umbrella arts organization representing and promoting all artistic endeavour within Windsor and Essex County. Devonshire Mall 3100 Howard Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, N8X 3Y8 Phone: 519-967-0197 www.cineplex.com Canada’s leading entertainment companies and operates one of the most modern and fully digitized motion picture theatre circuits in the world. COMMON GROUND GALLERY ART GALLERY OF WINDSOR 3277 Sandwich Street West, Windsor, Ontario, N9C 1A9 Phone: 519-252-6380 www.citywindsor.ca Common Ground is an non-juried art gallery that has provided assistance and affordable exhibition space to Windsor artists for over 25 years. 401 Riverside Drive West, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 7J1 Phone: (519) 977-0013 www.agw.ca Visit the AGW for spectacular exhibitions, riverfront views, shopping and casual dining, plus facility rental opportunities. Free weekend public tours. Group tours available. CROSSTOWN PLAYERS www.crosstownplayers.ca We use theatre to educate, entertain and promote understanding. We build bridges that make for a stronger Windsor, better Ontario and united Canada. Crosstown Players, the LGBTTQIA voices of Windsor. CAESARS WINDSOR COLOSSEUM 377 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 7H7 Phone: 519-258-7878 1-800-991-7777 www.caesarswindsor.com Plus enjoy spectacular entertainment at our 5,000-seat theatre – The Colosseum – with world-famous performers across all genres of music, dance, comedy and more. GIBSON GALLERY 140 Richmond Street, Amherstburg, Ontario, N9V 1G4 Phone: 519-736-2826 www.gibsonartgallery.com This designated historic building is a beautifully restored Michigan Central Railroad station (1896), Romanesque in style, featuring beveled glass fanlights, decorative clay trim and dressed stone windowsills. Today it houses a “state of the art” gallery presenting works by local artists, travelling exhibits and is home to three needle art guilds. CAPITOL THEATRE 121 University Avenue W, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 5P4 Phone: 519-253-2300 www.citywindsor.ca Page 08 For more detailed information, visit www.wepridefest.com


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arts & theatre KORDA ARTISTIC PRODUCTIONS 2520 Seminole Street, Windsor, ON N8Y 1X4 P: 519-562-3394 www.kordazone.com Korda operates the intimate 110-seat KordaZone Theatre, engaging local performers for 8-9 shows every year. From classics, musicals, and contemporary/original works, to innovative children’s theatre and LGBT-themed plays, the productions are extraordinary because of their provocative and challenging content. Incredible. Affordable. Unforgettable. Voted Windsor’s Best Theatre Group in 2012. THEATRE ALIVE 5165 Halford Road, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 6J3 519-737-9919 www.theatrealive.com Theatre Alive is a charity community theatre organization that annually produces large-scale musicals at the Chrysler Theatre - St. Clair Centre for the Arts and also at the Capitol Theatre. The organization has been in existence for twenty-six years and is currently producing its thirty-fifth and thirty-sixth productions. LEAMINGTON ARTS CENTRE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS 72 Talbot Street West, Leamington, Ontario, N8H 1M4 Phone: 519-326-2711 www.leamingtonartscentre.com The LAC is a state of the art gallery which offers two large art galleries with over 215 linear feet of continuous wall space and 1700sq/ft of floor space, as well as the H.J. Heinz museum, Erie Quest Heritage Ship Wreck museum as well as a gift shop, art classes, workshops and meeting spaces. 401 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, N9B 3P4 Phone: 519-253-3000 Ext.2808 www.uwindsor.ca/universityplayers The University Players 2013-14 season promises a little bit of everything – hysterical comedy, poignant drama, thrilling mystery, and even theatrical fantasy! As always we promise outstanding theatre showcasing tomorrow’s leading theatre artists, all for unbeatable prices. MACKENZIE HALL & CULTURAL CENTRE 3277 Sandwich St. W. Windsor, Ontario, N9C 1A9 519-255-7600 www.mackenziehall.ca Art. Culture. Heritage. Wellness. Find it all. Find it here. Visit this historic gem in Olde Sandwich Towne. Originally a 19th century district courthouse and gaol (jail), this heritage building now offers performing arts space, theatre, galleries, meeting rooms, activities for the family, a ballroom to rent and more! WINDSOR COMMUNITY MUSEUM 254 Pitt St. West, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 5L5 519-253-1812 www.windsormuseum.ca Tues-Sat 10am-5pm all year. Sun 2pm-5pm May-Sept. Telling our stories. Sharing yours. Immerse yourself in local lore with a visit to the historic Francois Baby House: home to a community museum highlighting Windsor’s history, including the War of 1812. Explore a Hands-on-History room with old-fashioned games, crafts and activities! NANCY JOHNS GALLERY & FRAMING WINDSOR FEMINIST THEATRE 4755 Wyandotte Street E, Windsor, Ontario, N8Y 1H8 Phone: 519-945-2222 www.nancyjohns.com With 50+ artists to choose from, the gallery showcases local art at its best, including paintings, mixed media, intaglios, jewellery, both indoor and outdoor sculpture, and glassware. 694 Cameron Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9B 1Z1 Phone: 519-254-8393 www.windsorfeministtheatre.ca The Windsor Feminist Theatre, a non-profit theatre company founded in 1980, is recognized as one of the nation’s first feminist theatre organizations and is among the oldest organizations of its kind in Canada. SB CONTEMPORARY ART WINDSOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 1017 Church Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 4V3 Phone: 519-819-0536 www.sbcontemporaryart.com SB Contemporary Art is a commercial gallery space that showcases contemporary Canadian, established, mid-career and emerging artists. This gallery has a focus on local artists’ works, and also highlights national and international artists.. 121 University Avenue W, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 4J2 Phone: 519-973-1238 www.windsorsymphony.com The Mission of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra is to engage, entertain, educate and inspire people in South Western Ontario through performances of classical and popular music. For more detailed information, visit www.wepridefest.com Page 09


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culture WINDSOR’S is alive and thriving see it • breathe it • touch it • shape it • share it Windsor Sculpture Park WINDSOR’S COMMUNITY MUSEUM museum WITHOUT WALLS telling our stories sharing yours... Willistead Ojibway Park & Nature Centre history never looked so good manor historic a destination known around the world. discover it now Mackenzie Hall art•culture•heritage•theatre•wellness find it all • find it here Page 06 www.citywindsor.ca & www.reconnectwindsor.ca


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attractions Photo Credit: Canadian Tourism Commission CANADIAN TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM 6155 Arner Townline, Essex, Ontario, N0R 1B0 Phone: (519)776-6909 www.ctmhv.com FORT MALDEN NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 100 Laird Avenue, Amherstburg, Ontario, N9V 2Z2 Phone: 519-736-5416 www.pc.gc.ca/eng/lhn-nhs/on/malden/index.aspx Fort Malden National Historic Site preserves the remnants of the second British fort built in Amherstburg, Ontario. The first, Fort Amherstburg, was established here, near the mouth of the Detroit River in 1796. It was a centre of British operations during the War of 1812 and was destroyed by the British when they were forced to retreat in September 1813. Canadian Transportation Museum and Heritage Village promotes the preservation of rare, classic and antique vehicles and other historical artifacts from the area, a pioneer village situated on a 100-acre site emphasizes the history and heritage of Windsor and Essex County. 401 Pitt St. W., Windsor Ontario, N8A 0B2 www.citywindsor.ca CITY OF WINDSOR FAMILY AQUATIC COMPLEX JACK MINOR BIRD SANCTUARY This 144,000 square-foot facility provides an exciting attraction for local families and tourists. With a competitive pool, diving well, and family water park, the complex greatly increases the City’s sports and recreation tourism and hosting capabilities. The Windsor/Essex County Sports Hall of Fame has its permanent home in the complex. 360 County Road 3 West, Kingsville, Ontario, N9Y 2E5 Phone: 519-733-4034 www.jackminor.com The Jack Miner Migratory Bird Foundation is a charitable organization that was established by Jack Miner, a great naturalist and Canada’s first noted conservationist. To continue the good work of Jack Miner and the Sanctuary he established in 1904, The Foundation serves to feed, protect and defend waterfowl and song birds and aims to inspire those who visit to experience the benefits of nature by creating a natural environment for today and future generations. COLASANTI'S TROPICAL GARDENS 1550 County Road 3 East, Kingsville, Ontario, N9Y 2E5 Phone: 519-326-3287 www.colasanti.com Colasanti's Tropical Gardens is a tropical wonderland of exotic birds, home grown, tropical plants, small produce market, domestic and miniature animals, kids rides, home decor shopping and a restaurant. Situated on 35 acres, 3.5 acres which is indoors in Ruthven, Ontario. JOHN FREEMAN WALLS HISTORIC SITE 859 Puce Road, Lakeshore, Ontario, N0R 1A7 Phone: 519-727-6555 www.undergroundrailroadmuseum.org ESSEX RAILWAY STATION MACKENZIE HALL CULTURAL CENTRE 87 Station Street, Essex, Ontario, N8M 2C5 Phone: (519)776-9800 www.essexrailwaystation.ca The Essex Railway Station is a historical site which has been restored to the 1907 era, the Station houses a gift shop offering souvenirs, gifts and crafts * the Station has railway artifacts on display, a pedestrian walkway (Heritage Gardens) links the Station to Talbot Street and the downtown area. 3277 Sandwich St. W. Windsor, Ontario, N9C 1A9 Phone: 519-255-7600 www.mackenziehall.ca Art. Culture. Heritage. Wellness. Find it all. Find it here. Visit this historic gem in Olde Sandwich Towne. Originally a 19th century district courthouse and gaol (jail), this heritage building now offers performing arts space, theatre, galleries, meeting rooms, activities for the family, a ballroom to rent and more! For more detailed information, visit www.wepridefest.com Page 11


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attractions NORTH AMER. BLACK HISTORICAL MUSEUM 277 King Street, Amherstburg, Ontario, N9V 2C7 Phone: 519-736-5433 www.blackhistoricalmuseum.org WILLISTEAD MANOR 1899 Niagara St. Windsor, Ontario, N8Y 1K3 Phone: 519-253-2365 www.willistead.ca History never looked so good. Experience the beauty of this grand 36-room mansion nestled in a picturesque 15acre park. Built in 1917 by Edward Chandler Walker, Hiram Walker’s son, its Tudor-Jacobean architecture recalls the ingenuity and elegance of the 20th century. An ideal venue for weddings, receptions, meetings and more! The Museum is a complex of several entities. At the core is the Museum itself, home to the main exhibits. The Museum building includes the Cultural Centre, a gathering place for special events and functions. The complex also includes historic structures. Connected to the Museum is the Taylor Log Cabin, an historic residence. The Nazrey African Methodist Episcopal Church stands next door to complete the complex. The grounds serve for gathering, resting and transitions. WINDSOR COMMUNITY MUSEUM OJIBWAY PARK NATURE CENTRE & PARK SYSTEM 5200 Matchette Rd. Windsor, ON N9C 4E8 Phone: 519-966-5852 www.ojibway.ca Your destination for wildlife and nature, offering you over 15 km of woodland and prairie hiding trails, and a stateof-the-art centre staffed with nature experts, and filled with wildlife exhibits, hands-on programs and beautiful rooms to rent. A destination known around the world. Discover it now. 254 Pitt St. W., Windsor, Ontario, N9A 5L5 Phone: 519-253-1812 www.windsormuseum.ca Tues-Sat 10am-5pm all year. Sun 2pm-5pm May-Sept. Telling our stories. Sharing yours. Immerse yourself in local lore with a visit to the historic Francois Baby House: home to a community museum highlighting Windsor’s history, including the War of 1812. Explore a Hands-onHistory room with old-fashioned games, crafts and activities! PELEE ISLAND Phone: 519-724-2931 www.pelee.ca From historical sites to shops, nature walks, and night life, Pelee Island provides visitors with a myriad of opportunities. Whether taking a bike ride, going for a swim, browsing through the local shops or indulging in the food and drink that the Island has to offer, Pelee Island can satisfy your desire for calm and quiet or for new sights and sounds. Come and experience all that the Island has to offer! Some establishments and activities on Pelee Island are seasonal. 1118 Point Pelee Drive, Leamington, Ontario, N8H 3V4 Phone: 519-322-2365 www.pc.gc.ca Point Pelee, a 10-kilometre sandspit with its southern point equal in latitude to the northern border of California, contains one of Canada's smallest but most unusual national parks. A thin triangle jutting into Lake Erie at the southernmost point of Canada, the 20 square kilometre landscape boasts a unique blend of vegetation in the marshes, jungle-like Carolinian forest, Savannah grasslands and unpredictable beachfront, supporting a complexity of wildlife. The early attraction the peninsula had for the first people to come in search of game, continues in the overwhelming popularity the park has amongst bird watchers and day visitors. WINDSOR PRIDE COMMUNITY CENTRE 422 Pelissier Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 4K9 Phone: 519-973-4656 www.windsorpride.com Community Centre organizes educational events throughout the year for the public in Windsor Essex and in particular the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, trans-gender and two-spirited (LGBTT) Community. 50+ Proud committee plans educational and social programming for area seniors. Education committee works with partner organizations in the community to deliver educational programs. Website features many informative topics of interest and provides information on local community organizations that service the LGBTT community. POINT PELEE NATIONAL PARK WINDSOR SCULPTURE PARK Located along the Detroit River (Huron Church Rd. to Church St.) in Windsor, Ontario Phone: 519-253-1812 wmuseum@city.windsor.on.ca Visit Windsor’s unique museum without walls. Explore over 31 large-scale, internationally recognized works of contemporary sculpture by world-renowned artists. This gem is made possible by the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Odette and the P & L Odette Foundation, and maintained by the City of Windsor, Parks & Recreation. Page 12 For more detailed information, visit www.wepridefest.com


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wade in • step in • slide in • jump in • splash in Family Aquatic WINDSOR’s Complex DIVE IN ~ December 2013 See it at www.citywindsor.ca Page 06


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Photo Credit: Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership beauty & spas SPAS ESTETICA DAY SPA 40 Amy Croft Drive, Tecumseh, Ontario, N9K 1G4 Phone: 519-979-8000 www.estetica.com HAIR SALONS 370 Victoria Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 4M7 Phone: 519-971-8329 www.cabellohair.com CABELLO HAIR DANI BOBB HAIR 551 Pelissier Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 4K9 Phone: 519-256-9119 ESTETICA 4045 Seminole Street, Windsor, Ontario, N8Y 4W4 Phone: 519-944-2509 520 Pelissier Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 4L1 Phone: 519-977-7575 HAIR BY CAROLYN Caesars Windsor 377 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 7H7 Phone: 519-985-5999 www.estetica.com Since 1986, Estetica Day Spa in Windsor/Tecumseh has set the standard for excellence in progressive aesthetic/ spa services. We will educate you to developments in our field that produce real results. INESIA FOR HAIR SERGIO’S HAIR SALON (ELLEN HUSSEY) MARTIN'S COIFFEUR & SPA 4045 Seminole Street, Windsor, Ontario, N8Y 4W4 Phone: 519-948-2472 75 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 7C4 Phone: 519-973-5558 www.martinscoiffeur.com Martin's Coiffeur & Spa is one of the most professional, award winning spas and beauty salons in Windsor. We offer aesthetic, spa packages and high fashion hair care for ladies and gentlemen. COSMETIC / LASER CORAL MEDICAL SPA 1400 Provincial Road, Windsor, Ontario, N8W 5W1 Phone: 519-250-6990 www.coralmedicalcentre.com Coral Medical Health Spa and located in the same facility. The Coral Medical Health Spa offers a complete day spa, fitness facility, medical spa, and age prevention centre. 1614 Lesperance Road, Tecumseh, Ontario, N8X 2E9 Phone: 519-735-0101 www.puredayspa.ca Renowned for having impeccably loyal clients, diverse array of advanced signature treatments, products and immaculate client care, Pure’s reputation is that of the most trusted spa in Windsor-Essex. 114 Talbot Street North, Essex, Ontario, N8M 2L4 Phone: 519-776-4448 www.talbottraildayspa.com At Talbot Trail we have created a place where men and women can recover, relax and be pampered with our wide range of spa & beauty treatments. Indulge yourself in our extravagant and relaxing spa services including Relaxation Massage, manicures & pedicures, facials & skin care, salon services, waxing & paraffin treatments. PURE DAY SPA ECLIPSE COSMETIC LASER CENTRE 380 Pelissier Street, Windsor, Ontario, N9A 6W8 Phone: 519-974-4358 www.eclipsecentre.ca Dr. David Bridgeo is a board-certified physician with laser treatment certification as well as extensive knowledge of laser therapy. His background and experience in skin care and anti-aging medicine make him a leader in this area of cosmetic and laser treatment therapy. TALBOT TRAIL DAY SPA Page 14 For more detailed information, visit www.wepridefest.com


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