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Windsor Essex Remembrance Day Guide 2018
Saturday, November 3 to Sunday, November 11
W.E. remember those who fought for us. Our Remembrance Day Guide is your guide to parades & services throughout the region.
Riverside RCL BR 255 Remembrance Week
Saturday, November 3, 2018. Branch 255 Cenotaph Service
The Old Riverside Arena- 6755 Wyandotte St E, Windsor
Sunday November 4, 2018. Veterans Dinner To honour our veterans. Please wear your Blues and Greys if you have them. Proper attire NO jeans
Dinner menu: Roast Chicken, Roast Beef, Penne, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Garden Salad, Vegetable, Dinner Roll, Dessert. Coffee / Tea
Cocktails 5 pm, Dinner 6 pm, $20/Non-Vetrans
Br 255 Veterans will be provided with a complimentary meal
Riverside RCL BR 255 – 5645 Wyandotte St. E., Windsor
Sunday, November 11, 2018. Branch Remembrance Service
Royal Canadian Legion Br255 – 5645 Wyandotte St E, Windsor
LaSalle Remembrance Day Ceremony
Friday November 9, 2018. The Town of LaSalle will host a Remembrance Day Service including local veterans, dignitaries and students. In addition to a moment of silence, there will be a wreath laying ceremony. The Remembrance Day Service offers a poignant reminder to all of the inhumanity of war, as well as a chance to remember all who have lost their lives for our country.
Cenotaph Park – 5950 Malden Rd., LaSalle
SOUTERRAIN IMPRESSIONS EXHIBIT: FIRST WORLD WAR CARVINGS
September 11 – November 18, 2018. The community is invited for a once in a lifetime opportunity to view carvings and images created by Canadian soldiers in caves near Vimy Ridge France during the First World War. The caves in which the carvings were found are not open to the public. The carvings were made while Canadian soldiers waited to move to the forward trenches before the historic Battle of Vimy Ridge in 1917. The latest technology in 3D laser scanning and high resolution photography made it possible to bring these carvings home as a very up close and personal reminder of the impact made by Canadian soldiers during the war.
100 Years Worth Remembering
Saturday November 10, 2018. Curator Zenon Andrusyszyn will present on the Souterrain Exhibit & the journey he and the Canadigm team took to bring this Exhibit here. First World War Display and Q & A with local military historian, Mickey Moulder. Trench Art Exhibit presented by Judy Imeson. Learn about WWI Entertainers, the Dumbells with musical historian Steve Phillips.
Tues – Sun, 9 am – 3 pm, Free Admission (Donations Appreciated)
Canadian Transportation museum & Heritage Village – 6155 Arner Townline, Kingsville
Saturday, November 10 and Sunday November 11, 2018. In 1918, the Great War ended when Germany signed an armistice agreement with Allied forces. To commemorate the 100th anniversary, The Windsor Symphony Orchestra has created a moving Remembrance Day program. Featuring WSO Concertmaster Lilian Scheirich, the performance pays tribute to those who experienced the horror and devastation of the First World War.
Pre-Concert Talk begins at 6:30pm. Concert at 7:30pm.
Leamington United Mennonite Church – 78 Oak St. E., Leamington
Pre-Concert Talk 1:30pm. Concert begins at 2:30pm.
Heritage Auditorium – 400 Huron Church Rd., Windsor
Bells of Peace
Sunday November 11, 2018. At the going down of the sun, communities across Canada will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War/WWI with the ringing of 100 bells. The ringing of bells emulates the moment in 1918 when church bells across Europe tolled as four years of war had come to an end.
At sunset on November 11, 2018 the bells will ring at Parliament Hill, City Halls, Places of Worship, Military Bases, Naval Vessels and ceremonies across the country to honour Canada’s Veterans and commemorate the end of the First World War.
Remembrance Day Wreath ceremony
Sunday, November 11, 2018. The Remembrance Day Wreath Ceremony identifies and honours those men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice during conflict or succumbed to their wounds as a result of conflict.
Royal Canadian Legion #157 – 281 Dalhousie St, Amherstburg
Windsor Remembrance Day Service
Sunday, November 11, 2018. The HMCS Hunter will host a Remembrance Day Service at 11 am at the Cenotaph located at City Hall Square.
10:30 am – 12 pm, Free admission
350 City Hall Square W., Windsor
Remembrance Day Parade – Lakeshore
Sunday, November 11, 2018. Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 399 in Belle River hosts the parade. Event begins at 10:30 am. Notre Dame to Ouellette to Cenotaph.
506 Notre Dame St, Belle River
Remembrance Day Parade – Comber
Sunday November 11, 2018. Royal Canadian Legion Branch #241 Comber Remembrance Day Service.
10:45 am, Free
Comber Veterans Memorial Gardens – 420 Main St., Comber
Royal Canadian Legion Kingsville Remembrance Day
Sunday November 11, 2018. Royal Canadian Legion Branch #188 is having a Remembrance Day Service at 11 am. There will also be a Remembrance Day dinner at 6 pm.
Service 11 am
Dinner 6 pm – Free for veterans
Facebook:RCLegion Kingsville Branch
RCL Br188 – 145 Division Rd S., Kingsville
Remembrance Day parade and dinner – Harrow
Sunday November 11, 2018. Parade begins at 1:30 pm from the Royal Canadian Legion. Dinner at 5:30 pm. Please pre-purchase your tickets as they sell out.
1:30 pm parade/Free
4:30 pm cocktails, 5:30 pm dinner/$25
Royal Canadian Legion #338- 41 McAffee St, Harrow
FREE DAY – Chimczuk Museum
Sunday November 11, 2018.Museum Windsor is honouring Remembrance Day with free admission to the Chimczuk Museum on Sunday, November 11th. In addition to free admission, the Chimczuk Museum will be unveiling two new mini-exhibits: “Windsor and World War I” and “The Spanish Influenza of 1918”.
10 am – 5 pm, Free
Chimczuk Museum – 401 Riverside Dr. W., Windsor
Let’s Talk Theatre – Journey’s End
Wednesday November 14, 2018. This November commemorates the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI. As part of this special event, University Players are inviting guests to reconnect at a wonderful lunch discussion of ‘Journey’s End’. You will be joined by members of the cast and crew for a discussion. As a part of this special day, anyone with military memorabilia, letters or other mementoes is invited to bring them in and share some of their precious artifacts of history.
519.253.3000 ext 2808, University Players
Willistead Manor – 1899 Niagara St., Windsor
Friday November 23 – Sunday December 2, 2018. In recognition of the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I, University Players presents ‘Journey’s End’, a drama taking place on the front lines of battle in the trenches of France. As a special offer, all military and veterans will be given a complimentary ticket to any performance of ‘Journey’s End’. All local vets and those in active service are also invited to a 7pm cocktail reception in the Essex Hall Theatre lobby before the November 30th performance. Please call Kristen at University Players to RSVP.
November 23 – December 2, $8 Student, $19+ Senior, $20+ Adult
519.253.2300 ext 2808, University Players
Essex Hall Theatre – 401 Sunset Ave., Windsor
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