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Roaring 20s at the Manor Fundraiser Dinner

July 2 @ 6:30 pm - July 3 @ 12:00 am

Cost: 100.00

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Roaring 20s at the Manor Fundraiser Dinner
Saturday, July 2, from 6:30 p.m. to Midnight.
Willistead Manor, 1899 Niagara Street. Tickets are $100 per person.
Tickets available at online.

Mayor Drew Dilkens & Jane Dilkens, and the Willistead Manor Inc. Board of Directors present a one-of-a-kind fundraiser dinner event at Willistead Manor, in the tradition of one of Edward and Mary Walker’s long-ago celebrations of art, music, fine-dining, fellowship, and philanthropy. Thyme To Go, Willistead Manor’s exclusive caterer, presents a delicious mix of hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, desserts, a complimentary champagne toast, signature drink, whisky tastings from Canadian Club – Beam Suntory, “Hiram’s Heritage” scotch ale from the Walkerville Brewery, and more. Guests are encouraged to come dressed for the Roaring 20s, and will be treated to live music from The Coffee House Combo, The Broadway Bunch, and Crissi Cochrane. The evening includes special performances by the Windsor Symphony Youth Orchestra, Windsor Dance eXperience, and the Rum Runners Tour. There will be antique automobiles parked for photographs courtesy of the Canadian Transportation Museum, tarot and psychic readings with Medium Psychic Linda Dumouchel of Spirit Whispers, caricature artist April Hawkes, and much more! The event is presented by the City of Windsor, Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island, Willistead Manor Inc.,, Beam Suntory, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, and Thyme To Go. A portion of all ticket proceeds will go to the Willistead Manor Restoration Fund. Tickets are limited, and available through online.

“The Hiram Walker Commemorative Statue was commissioned on the 200th anniversary of his birth and in honour of his incredible and lasting contributions to the town of Walkerville and the city of Windsor. It is fantastic to finally be able to gather in person to celebrate the successful entrepreneur and community builder whose legacy endures through the continued operation of the distillery but also through the lasting impact of his many charitable donations. Today’s Windsor would be a shadow of itself without the indelible contributions of Hiram Walker. I’m thrilled to be partnering with the Walkerville BIA and many community organizations, artists, vendors and others for this signature event to proudly honour him with a larger-than-life sculpture.” – City of Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens​​​​​​​​​

Willistead Manor

1899 Niagara St
Windsor, ON N8Y 1K3 Canada