2014 International Metropolis Calendars Are In!

The 2014 Edition of the Calendar is in!

This year I’ve got a new supplier, so that means they’re a little different… They’re no longer coil bound…

The interior calendar grid is a little different…

And this year they are a 13 month Calendar instead of the usual 12 months. So this will keep you busy through the end of January 2015.

The other good part? Much cheaper. Last year’s edition retailed at $21.50, this year’s price only $15.00! That’s the cheapest local history Calendar in Windsor!

Also because they aren’t coil bound, they’ll sit flat better in an envelope so shipping will be significantly less as well. Details and logistics for sales through the website are still being worked on, expect ordering to be set up here in the next week or so. There’s a limited run this year, as they aren’t print on demand, so when they’re gone they’re gone.

If you don’t want to wait for the web ordering, and you are in Windsor/Essex, I’m going to have copies available this Sunday, October 27th at the Midtown Harvest Festival at Rino’s Kitchen. 131 Elliott Street West. 11:00 – 6:00 – They’ll be available at the Border City Knits booth, I’ll be there most of the day Sunday as well, come on by, get a calendar and come say Hello! Details below …

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