Arthur Thomas Woofenden

As St. Clair College celebrates its 50th anniversary, a new event has been added to the Homecoming weekend lineup of activities that celebrates the right history of music on campus.

The 70’s Style Coffee House will be open to everyone on Sunday, May 21st between 6 – 10 pm. And there is no more appropriate location for this to be held than in the new Student Life Centre on campus. Celebrate the ‘70’s music legacy at this retro-style coffee house.
M.C. Arthur Thomas Woofenden, will reminisce and live performances by these talented local artists will entertain the night away.


A tribute honouring well loved blues musician, and former college teacher, the late “Blind Child” Gerry Gaughan featuring two fellow musicians, Kelly “Mr. Chill” Hoppe and “Doghouse” Greg Cox; a musical performance by The Windsor Truck Theatre Company’s – Ed Everaert & Tom Markham; and an open mic style banter and music by well known local musicians, “Slim & The Twister” featuring guitarists Phil Kane and Scotty Hughes and friends.

A nominal fee of $5 will be charged at the door.


Student Life Centre,
St. Clair College Main Campus
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm


Sights & Sounds
Fri. May 19th –6:30 – 8:30 pm, Main Campus, 2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor
Music by the WSO Youth Quartet

Campus tours, free refreshments, pastries and more

Vintage 50 on All Levels
Sat. May 20th starting at 5:30pm
St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
Jazz Lounge
4 Course Plated Dinner
Dueling Pianos & Dancing
Disco Lounge on the 4th Floor
Tickets are only $40
At the box office

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