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Entertainment 2019

Vendor’s Market

Beer tent by BREW Microbrewery

Dunk Tank – come knock off some celebrities!

Zoo2You from noon – 2 p.m.

Border City Barkers from 3-4 p.m.

Spider Jones performs at 2 p.m.

Tee Turner

Heart of Soul

Cancel Monday

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Entertainment 2018

Free Admission to the Park.
Entertainment Area: $5 or $20 for a family of 5 or more.

Entertainment by:
George Elliot Clarke
Guitar Army
Julia Gannon
Kayyce Closed
Rodney Jones
Ritt Theme
Smokin’ Purple Monkeys
The 519 Band
Victoria Yorke
*Performers and Schedule subject to change.

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2018 Black History Month

The community came together for a celebration of Black History Month 2018 and the cultures that make up Windsor-Essex County’s communities of African descent.

On Friday, January 26, 2018, a free event at the Caribbean Centre was hosted by the Essex County Black Historical Research Society, the Windsor West Indian Association, and the Amherstburg Freedom Museum.

Visit the Facebook page “2018 Black History Month Windsor-Essex” for more information.
See photos by snapd windsor at

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Lots to see and do in 2017

Windsor Fire & Rescue Services returns to the Emancipation Celebration for kids of all ages!

August 5 & 6, 2017
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 3-5 p.m.
Lanspeary Park, Windsor

Bring the kids to meet Windsor firemen and sit in the fire truck!


Keep watching for more event details!


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Go Fund Me page started

In the third year, the celebration was postponed, as funding was not as readily available as it was the first two years. Windsor has known its fair share of hard times and the cancelation of the 2016 celebration was further proof of that.
This is why we are looking to you, the community, for help in assuring that the Emancipation Celebration becomes self-sustaining for many, many generations to come! Help spread the word!Though the celebration itself does not occur traditionally until August, it takes many months of planning and preparation. That is why we ask that you begin contributing now.

Being raised in Windsor with this tradition, it is our responsibilty to see that the legacy lives on – our heritage as a community working together be shared with our youth and newcomers, until it is once again woven into the fabric of the City of Windsor until the world is once again familiar with “The Greatest Freedom Show on Earth!”

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Emancipation Day Celebration 2016


For Immediate Release
For More Information Contact:
Emancipation Day Committee of Windsor


July 1, 2016

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the postponement of the Emancipation Celebration at Lanspeary Park, previously scheduled for August 6 & 7, 2016.

Though the past two years proved to be successful in attracting Windsorites and special guests to the event, it is a costly endeavour. For these years, the majority of the funding has come directly from committee members and local business supporters. This year, there is simply not enough funding.

After recent restructuring, we have committed ourselves to working with other community groups and government agencies to ensure that the Emancipation Celebrations at Lanspeary Park continue in the coming year.

We are extremely grateful to the thousands who did participate in the previous two celebrations and commit to you, that the Emancipation Celebrations at Lanspeary Park will continue in 2017.

Bradley Wade Jones
President E.D.C.W.