The Hub October 2016 - Page 14

Winter weather The Windsor International Film Festival (WIFF) returns November 1 to 6, 2016! WIFF is a cultural, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to recognize and celebrate the art of cinema by showcasing Canadian and international films and filmmakers. Through its exhibition, education, and community development programs, WIFF builds audiences for Canadian content and talent, provides training opportunities for emerging filmmakers, and promotes the creative economy of Windsor and Southwestern Ontario. Like it or not, winter’s arrival is just a few short months away. The Old Farmers’ Almanac, which turns 225 this year, predicts a cold, snowy winter for Ontario. The Almanac says that most of Canada will have below-normal temperatures this winter, except Quebec and eastern Nunavut. Snowfall will be greater than normal in most areas, except forManitoba and portions of Saskatchewan. Don’t get caught off guard! Check Be Prepared in our September issue for some tips, and check out this year’s almanac for yourself! Christine Coral, RMT Therapeutic & Relaxational Massages Treating: Low back pains, sprains/strains, tension headaches, stress, muscle pain + more Direct billing available to Green Shield, Blue Cross & Great West Life 420 Kildare Unit 101 519.560.7633 SALON Check out their website for further details and volunteer opportunities TALU WIFF 400 CABANA ROAD EAST UNIT 2 SALONTALU@HOTMAIL.COM FOUAD GEREIGE Creative precision hairstyling for special occasions and every day hair care 519-250-3888