Regional hub for Canada 150 celebrations & Official 2017/2018 Visitor Guide unveiling

Tourism Windsor Essex Pelee Island (TWEPI) is thrilled to announce the launch of two important communication pieces – the WE150.ca website and the Official 2017/2018 Visitor Guide for the region. Canada is celebrating its 150th birthday and the WE150.ca website will serve to gather information on Canada 150 celebrations throughout Windsor and Essex County.

 

In the spirit of the celebration, Point Pelee National Park, one of Canada’s national treasures, has been selected to be the focus of this year’s Visitor Guide cover, and it was a natural choice to hold the launch event at this gateway to nature, adventure and discovery right here in our own backyard.

 

The Media Conference will be held on Friday, April 21st at 11:15AM at the Marsh Boardwalk, Point Pelee National Park.

 

For more information, click here.

It’s “Foodie Thyme” In Kingsville

Eat, Drink, Dine Kingsville (EDDK), already well established as the premiere dining district of Essex County, is adding a twist to their annual Spring restaurant week. “Foodie Thyme” goes beyond the EDDK tradition of pairing delicious fare with Essex Pelee Island Coast (EPIC) Wines. From April 17-30, 2017, EDDK has added new this year a “Food Thyme Passport” on which diners can collect stamps from participating restaurants with a minimum purchase of $25. Once five stamps are received, passport holders are eligible for a draw to win delicious EDDK prize packages!

 

Visit any one of EDDK participating locations to pick up a “Foodie Thyme Passport” and begin your journey. To learn more about the prize packages visit www.eatdrinkdinekingsville.ca.

 

To read more, click here.