The Windsor Public Library
(Central branch) is holding a gigantic book sale on Friday and Saturday, May 25 & 26, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

There will be thousands of titles to choose from. Hardcover books and trade paperbacks will be priced at $2 with mass market and small paperbacks at $1 but you can pick up a plastic bag and fill it with books for only $2 or fill a cardboard box for $5 (we supply the bags and boxes).

There will be a large selection of materials in: Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, German, Hungarian, Italian, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish and Urdu.

Are you a senior (55+)
who has recently moved to
the area?
Just looking for new pals to add to your circle of friends? We know it can be hard to meet new people and we want to make it easy for you! This low-key event will be a fun way to form new connections with other local seniors.
Feel free to come solo or in a group.

To register call 519-255-6770, Ext. 3310.

Tuesday, May 29, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm, Budimir Library.

Simply colour. We’ll provide everything.

For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 4579.

Friday, June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 from 10:30 am to 11:30 am, Central Library.

Join us at the library to make
your very own fun straw
rocket. Ages 7 to 12. To register call 519-255-6770, 5400.

Wednesday, June 6, from 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm, Forest Glade Library.

Join magicians from the
Windsor Magic Circle monthly
for an afternoon of magic fun! You’ll learn magic basics to amaze family and friends. Ages 6 and up.

To register call 519-255-6770, Ext. 8800.

Saturday, June 9, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, Seminole Library.

Library To Hold Gigantic Book Sale

The Windsor Public Library (850 Ouellette Avenue) is holding a gigantic book sale on Friday and Saturday, May 25 & 26, from 9 AM to 5 PM. There will be thousands of titles to choose from, covering all genres of reading and viewing tastes. Hardcover books and trade paperbacks will be priced at $2 with mass market and small paperbacks at $1 but we’re encouraging everyone to pick up a plastic bag and fill it with books for only $2 or fill a cardboard box for Continue Reading...
Read more

Throwback Thursday

This week Throwback Thursday is of the old Norton Palmer Hotel taken in the late 1940s. Located at the north-west corner of Park and Pelissier. The hotel opened in 1928 with 150 rooms on 12 stories. The hotel was one of Windsor’s premier hotels along with the Prince Edward Hotel which closed in 1967. After 46 years, the Norton Palmer hotel was closed on Saturday July 20th, 1974. The structure was demolished in the fall of 1975. Today this space is occupied by the Victoria Park Place Continue Reading...
Read more

AutoMate: Online Auto Service & Repair Information

Curious as to whether there are any recalls on your vehicle? Wondering if that repair is really as labour intensive and expensive as they say it will be? Not sure how often you should be safety checking your seat belts and spare tire? When it comes to cars, most of us have a lot of questions. Lucky for us, AutoMate makes it easy to find answers. Automate is an online resource, available to Windsor Public Library cardholders, that provides up to date service and repair information Continue Reading...
Read more

Throwback Thursday

In honour of Police Week May 12th to the 18th, this week’s Throwback Thursday picture is of the old Windsor Police Headquarters taken in 1975.  Opened in 1921 at the corner of Goyeau  Avenue and Park Street. The original exterior was hidden under renovations done in 1955, 1968 and 1978 forever changing its appearance.  The police station was occupied until 1999 when the new Windsor Justice Facility was opened at the corner of Chatham and Goyeau. Today this location is a  parking lot for City Hall Continue Reading...
Read more

Famous Windsorites Portal Features All Windsor Mayors

Can you name which Windsor mayoral race was decided with a deck of cards? Do you know which Windsor mayor lasted just 8 days in office?  Or which Windsor mayor proposed the Windsor-Detroit tunnel be built? In celebration of the May 26 opening of the new City Hall and the recent announcement that portraits of Windsor mayors will be on display at the new municipal office, Windsor Public Library staff have posted biographies and images of all 34 Windsor mayors on the Famous Windsorites portal, which Continue Reading...
Read more