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2080 Huron Church Road, Windsor, N9C 2L7, Canada
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Activities for children (grade 6 and 8)

by lcrete

I have company coming for march break. My niece and nephew! Since I only have a newborn, I have no idea where to take the kisd to entertain them. Any suggestions? They are in grade 6 and grade 8? Preteens!

RE: RE: Activities for children (grade 6 and 8)

by airkarat

If you have a car would you be willing to drive to Chatham? The Wheels Inn has an indoor adventure park that my kids thought was great! http://www.wheelsinn.com/activities/family_fun_in_ontario.html

Are they Canadian kids? If they haven't been across the border, they might find it entertaining. They'd need their birth certificates and a letter from their parents.

Sorry I don't have information specific to Windsor...

RE: Activities for children (grade 6 and 8)

by airkarat

If you have a car would you be willing to drive to Chatham? The Wheels Inn has an indoor adventure park that my kids thought was great! http://www.wheelsinn.com/activities/family_fun_in_ontario.html

Are they Canadian kids? If they haven't been across the border, they might find it entertaining. They'd need their birth certificates and a letter from their parents.

Sorry I don't have information specific to Windsor...

RE: RE: Activities for children (grade 6 and 8)

by airkarat

If you have a car would you be willing to drive to Chatham? The Wheels Inn has an indoor adventure park that my kids thought was great! http://www.wheelsinn.com/activities/family_fun_in_ontario.html

Are they Canadian kids? If they haven't been across the border, they might find it entertaining. They'd need their birth certificates and a letter from their parents.

Sorry I don't have information specific to Windsor...

RE: RE: Activities for children (grade 6 and 8)

by airkarat

Submitted this only once and it crashed... don't know how it submitted three times...

My kids are just in that age group and I've asked my son (Grade 6) what his friends are doing for spring break if not going 'south'.

Zehrs - the new Zehrs stores have community rooms in the top floor... I'm hearing that different groups rent the space and run Spring Break programs.

Maple Syrup - find a local maple sugar bush and have a wagon tour and maybe a pancake breakfast.

Arcades / indoor mini-golf

White Wolf Lodge - here in Barrie, some parents are taking a group of kids for a couple days to Niagara Falls - its similar to the Wheels Inn.

Skiing / Boarding

I'm sure your nephew and niece will be happy to hang out with you and your baby too! ;)

Travel Tips for Windsor

Detroit River and the Detroit Skyline

by Stephen-KarenConn

One of the best things about visiting Windsor is the fabulous view of the Detroit River and the Detroit, Michigan skyline, dominated by the International Headquarters of General Motors. This beautiful river joins Lake Huron (via Lake St. Clair), and Lake Erie. It also divides (come say connects) the Motor Cities of Canada and the USA. Detroit/Windsor is the largest metropolitan area on any international border in the world.

The Detroit River offers opportunities for boating, fishing, and swimming. It is also the an important corridor for freighter traffic, and the source of water for the cities along its banks. We especially enjoyed strolling for more than an hour along the riverfront with the gang of new friends we met at the Windsor VT meeting. The river is a beautiful shade of blue, especially when the sun shines on it.

UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

by LoriPori

From the early 19th century until the American Civil War, settlements along the Detroit and Niagara Rivers were important terminals of the UNDERGROUND RAILROAD.
White and black abolishinists formed a network geared to helping free and enslaved African Americans, find freedom from oppression.
This monument was dedicated to the Underground Railroad.
It is located one block west of Casino Windsor. Look left and you will see it.

History of Canadian Club 'Bottles'

by janetanne

Bottle and Lable designs of Canadian Club over the years have maintained the identity of the brand which dates back to 1879.

Walker was the first in the industry to brand his whisky and the first distiller to put his whisky into individually sealed bottles — a step ahead of the usual practice of selling it in bulk from wooden barrels. He called it “Club” whisky as the uniquely smooth, mellow taste was enjoyed by gentlemen of the finer clubs of the day.

The success of “Club” whisky in North America alarmed U.S. distillers. They felt that consumers were not aware they were drinking a “product of Canada” and petitioned Washington for a law requiring Walker to clearly state his whisky as “Canadian.” Walker complied, “Canadian Club” was born, and contrary to the predictions of the American distillers, this new brand did not falter. Rather it “ ... hastened its growth and was firmly placed on the road to fame and fortune.”

This success however created yet another problem for the company and the brand. Due to the unregulated nature of the marketplace, a number of fraudulent imitators tried to copy Hiram's trademark label. In defence of his reputation for quality, Walker lashed back with an advertising campaign exposing the “rascality” of the named men trying to sell “bogus liquors” and boldly challenging them to sue for slander.

Today, Canadian Club is the world’s leading, premium Canadian Whisky, making it well known to whiskey lovers and is available in 150 countries.

Cycle or Hike the Chyrsler Canada Greenway

by windsorgirl

The Chrysler Canada Greenway is the most southerly link of the Trans Canada Trail. It is built upon abandoned railway beds and stretches for 50 kms from Windsor to Kingsville. The trail is packed gravel and almost entirely flat, easy for cycling or cross country skiing. The most interesting section, I think, is from Harrow to Kingsville. You can park your car in Harrow, and then cycle all the way to Colasanti's Tropical Gardens and back. This will take about 3 or 4 hrs.

Colasanti's

by CoAir13

It's always summer at Colasanti's! The wintertime motto of this indoor complex is very fitting! It's a greenhouse with flowers, exotic plants, and a cactus garden, a zoo with exotic and domestic animals, a restaurant, an indoor playground with rides, a mini golf course, and shops with arts and crafts. We spent most of our time in the zoo with the goats! There are tigers, a lion, lemurs, birds, alligators, bats, and MUCH more! Entrance is FREE but, the zoo is $1....to help with the care of the animals! It is lcated in a town called Ruthven in Southwestern Ontario. Open daily year round.

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