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Course Name Instructor Campus Start End
1905 – The First Transcontinental Automobile Race
The first transcontinental automobile race was in 1905 and went from New York to Portland, Oregon. The cars competing were two Oldsmob
Veronica Brown 05-31-21 05-31-21 View Course
A Spark of Art: AGW - Session#1 on Thurs. May 20
“Portrait of Alice and Louise Cummings”: Learn about Scottish-Canadian artist James Kerr-Lawson, and create your own yarn art! M
Alice Welsh & Suela Prendi 05-20-21 05-20-21 View Course
A Spark of Art: AGW - Session#2 on Tues. May 25
“White Pine”: Learn about Ontarian sculptor Tom Benner and create your own clay and make your own clay impressions! MATERIALS NEE
Alice Welsh & Suela Prendi 05-25-21 05-25-21 View Course
A Spark of Art: AGW - Session#3 on Thurs. June 3
“Chickens”: Learn about British-Canadian drawer, printmaker, and painter Mary Wrinch, and create your own floral arrangement with c
Alice Welsh & Suela Prendi 06-03-21 06-03-21 View Course
A Spark of Art: AGW - Session#4 on Thurs. June 10
“Night, Positano”: Learn about Kenneth Saltmarche, the Windsorite who established the Art Gallery of Windsor, and learn how to make
Alice Welsh & Suela Prendi 06-10-21 06-10-21 View Course
A Spark of Art: AGW - Session#5 on Tues. June 15
“Storm Over the Islands”: Learn about Canadian painter, printmaker, and writer David Milne, and create your own watercolour landsca
Alice Welsh & Suela Prendi 06-15-21 06-15-21 View Course
A Spark of Art: AGW - Session#6 on Tues. June 22
“Belle Isle Bridge and Riverboat”: Learn about Windsor’s own landscape artist Thomas Roach, and learn how to create your own wate
Alice Welsh & Suela Prendi 06-22-21 06-22-21 View Course
Accessible Diversity: Culture and International Perspectives on Disability
This presentation will focus on different international attitudes on disability including the United Nations protection granted to such
Cameron Wells 06-04-21 06-11-21 View Course
Birding 101 with Point Pelee National Park
Are you new to birding? This is the program for you! Sarah will outline the basics of bird identification, key tools, and secrets to s
Sarah Rupert 05-19-21 05-19-21 View Course
Brewed in Windsor
In this new course by urban historians Chris Edwards and Elaine Weeks, we will explore the history of our region's colourful beer brewi
Chris Edwards & Elaine Weeks 06-18-21 06-18-21 View Course
Canada’s First WWII Battle – Hong Kong
While most Canadians to this day think that Dieppe was our first battle in WWII our war began 8 months before in a futile defence of Ho
Gary Wells 06-01-21 06-01-21 View Course
Chair Yoga: An Introduction
Join us from the comfort of your own home for Chair Yoga. This type of yoga exercise involves breathing, stretching and relaxation. Y
Susan Wiens 06-21-21 06-28-21 View Course
Detroit River Environmental History and 30 Years of Restoration
This presentation will cover the environmental history and 30 years of cleanup in the Detroit River. Participants will learn about the
Gina Pannunzio 06-09-21 06-09-21 View Course
Early Days of Canadian Military and Infantry Training Challenges: Wolseley Barracks London, ON (1883 – 1919)
Whether you are a resident of London, Ontario, or leave in another province, you may have heard about the military base in our city. Bu
Georgiana Stanciu 06-30-21 06-30-21 View Course
From the Land Of Frankincense And Myrrh To The Land Of Cyprus – With Some Stops Along the Way
This course is a pleasant Travel-Adventure. We shall begin in a couple of places in the United Arab Emirates then drop into another cou
Lloyd & Marilyn Brown-John 06-24-21 06-24-21 View Course
German Stamp Collecting
With the pandemic in full swing, many people are turning to stamps to retain some semblance of sanity. Herb Colling has always been a
Herb Colling 06-25-21 06-25-21 View Course
In Harm’s Way: Experiences of a Canadian Military Medic
William Wilson served as a Canadian Forces medic and physician’s assistant, post Cold War, in a variety of locations, including Afgha
William Wilson 06-14-21 06-14-21 View Course
Onion Skins & Peach Fuzz – Memories of Ontario Farmerettes
Come learn about the Farmerettes who volunteered through the Ontario Farm Service Force from 1941-1952. The young women worked on marke
Bonnie Sitter & Shirleyan English 06-08-21 06-08-21 View Course
Restful Recollections: AKA " That Cemetery Show".
Motivated to better educate and inform the general public about death care and cemeteries, a small funeral company in Chatham, Ontario
James Mac Neil 06-16-21 06-16-21 View Course
Uniquely Canadian: Ecanada Art Pottery
In May 1912, George Emery arrived in Hamilton, Ontario. At age 31, George Emery had spent almost 20 years apprenticing, working and des
Don Wilson 06-02-21 06-02-21 View Course
Unusual Events and Complex People of the American Civil War
This course will present some of the complex and interesting people who figured prominently, or otherwise, in America's four-year confl
Ernest Pecaski 06-29-21 06-29-21 View Course
WSO: Past, Present & Future
Windsor Symphony Orchestra Music Director Maestro Robert Franz will share three gorgeous performances by the WSO and reveal behind the
Robert Franz 05-27-21 05-27-21 View Course
Dinosaurs in Fact and Fiction: Terrible Lizards
This course outlines not just the history of the most awe-inspiring creatures the world has ever seen but examines the role they have p
Charles Bain 06-19-21 06-26-21 View Course
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