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    Wheels in Transition 
    June 15, 2019
    Photos by Zishan Ali
    & Kegun Morkin

    Gala 22

    January 27, 2019
    Photos by Zishan Ali

    2018BTTG-thumbBlack Tie

    August 17, 2018
    Photos by Julianna Bonnett Photography

    2018Probert-thumb2018 Annual
    Probert Ride

    June 24th, 2018
    Photos by Gord Gray

    RotaryGala-thumbRotary Club of
    Windsor (1918)

    May 12th, 2018
    Photos by Sarah Hurst

    NightToShine2018-thumbA Night
    To Shine!

    March 25th, 2018
    Photos by Karen Detmar

    InHonourGala20In Honour of the Ones
    We Love Gala 20 

    February 3rd, 2018
    Photos by Sooters

    2017ProbertRide-thumb2017 Annual
    Probert Ride  

    June 25th, 2017
    Photos by Gord Gray

    2017TweedRide-thumb2017 Windsor
    Tweed Ride  

    May 13th, 2017
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    2017CincoDeMayo-thumbCinco De Mayo
    Hosted by T2B & Scotiabank  

    May 5th, 2017
    Photos Courtesy T2B

    Gala XX  

    January 28th, 2017
    Photos Courtesy T2B

    ComiCon 2016  

    October 15th-16th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    BMXjam-thumb8th Annual

    September 25th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    TourDiViaItalia-thumb2016 Tour Di
    Via Italia  

    September 4th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    DreamCruzFirst Annual
    Ouellette Car Cruise  

    August 19th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    WalkervilleBuskerfest-thumb2016 Walkerville

    August 12th-14th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    SkaterFest-thumb2016 Flight Club
    Skater Fest  

    August 6th-7th, 2016
    Photos by Dick Hildebrand


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Feature Stories: Windsor Life Magazine

Great Information, Great Stories, Great Photography

  • Rising Star: Local Country Star Releases Second Album


    Chelsey Danfield’s life changed forever when her grandfather bought her a bedazzled jean skirt with a matching vest. “He went down to Florida with my grandmother and bought us these country star outfits,” Chelsey recalls. “They’d be like these puffed up jeans and jean shirts and they were all bedazzled with a matching vest, a little cowboy hat and these little white cowboy boots. And he got me this microphone from an auction sale that didn’t work at all. It was all caved in, someone had dropped it a bunch of times. But that was my thing. I’d stand there in these stupid jean outfits that were all bedazzled—I looked like Toddlers in Tiaras—and I’d get this microphone and I’d sing this song called ‘Till You Love Me Again’. I don’t even know who it’s by, but I’d just belt it out. I’d be like, wow, I’m fancy. I’m going to be famous. Meanwhile, I’m five and I don’t even know how to tie my own shoes.”
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  • Bronze Finish: Local Sculptor Offers to Create the New Bust of Jeanne Mance


    A few months ago, Windsor’s medical community was dealt a staggering blow when the bust of Jeanne Mance was stolen from Windsor Regional Hospital’s Ouellette campus. For those who don’t know, Jeanne Mance is an important figurehead not just for Canada’s medical community, but Canadian history as a whole. Jeanne Mance was born in France in 1606 to a bourgeois family. After her mother died young, Jeanne spent her childhood raising her eleven brothers and sisters. She then went on to care for the victims of the Thirty Years War and the resulting plague. At age 34, Jeanne Mance decided to travel to what was then called “New France.” After surviving the harrowing three-month voyage across the Atlantic, Jeanne helped found the city of Montreal in 1642.
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MadetoShadeAdvertising Testimonial

Windsor Life has been an integral part of our advertising budget from day one. Here at Made to Shade we have had great success with advertising in a magazine that reaches all of Windsor Essex County. We always ask our new clients how they have heard of us and 9 times out of 10 it is... “We saw your ad in Windsor Life.” We appreciate all the attention and care that goes into every ad and article. It is that attention to detail that gives us an immediate response of increased phone calls with every release of a Windsor Life issue. It is by far our best form of advertising. All of us at Made to Shade would like to thank everyone at Windsor Life Magazine for the expertise and professionalism that goes along with all the ads and articles. Windsor Life Magazine is a very successful publication that is put together by a very talented group of people. We look forward to working together for many, many more years. Thank you! 


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