Cultural Showcase at the Windsor International Aquatic & Training Centre
Windsor International Aquatic & Training Centre
401 Pitt Street West
Nature & outdoors
Charmaine Valbuena presents an afternoon Cultural Showcase at the Windsor International Aquatic & Training Centre (401 Pitt Street). The Cultural Showcase will feature two hours of musical performances in celebration of Windsor's diversity. Featuring: “A UNIVERSAL PRAYER FOR PEACE” COMPOSITION BY EVAN TANOVICH WINDSOR CLASSIC CHORALE | SUN PARLOUR CHORUS | AMELIA DAIGLE FILIPINO COMMUNITY CENTRE CHOIR | LEAMINGTON ITALIAN CHOIR | SUNNYSIDE STRINGS | ESSEX COUNTY CHINESE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION | ERIC BELLIS & DIANA TRUSSLER | MUSIC STUDENTS, TEACHERS & PROFESSIONALS. Presented in partnership with the City of Windsor's Cultural Affairs Office, Special Events Division and Inclusive Action Network; Rotary Club of Windsor - Walkerville; Dr. Sarah Gorgis; and Showtime Productions. NOTE: This event was formerly to be held at Bert Weeks Memorial Gardens, however - due to the forecast of heavy rains - has been relocated to the Windsor International Aquatic & Training Centre (401 Pitt Street West). The date, time and program details remain the same. Enjoy!
This event is free.
Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27
1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
The City of Windsor has a creative and vibrant cultural community that encourages artistic expression, and the celebration of cultural identity and cultural diversity. The Cultural Affairs Team works with the community to coordinate and facilitate exciting cultural opportunities for residents and visitors. The ongoing acquisition of public art; rich inheritance of cultural resources, stories, traditions, sites, documents, and built, social and natural heritage features help residents build and keep a sense of who they are and tell the Windsor story to the world. We partner with all levels of government, the not-for-profit sector, business and the public to make sure culture and the tourism industry benefit each other. Culture is essential to the development of our City.
401 Pitt Street West
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Indoors (due to predicted heavy rains)