519 Magazine Now Available at 60 Libraries in Southwestern Ontario

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Windsor LibraryStarting with the August 2018 Edition, 519 Magazine will now be available in every Library branch on the southern end of the province. That will allow readers and visitors to grab a copy of the area’s only entertainment magazine at all 60 branches of public libraries in Windsor, Essex, Chatham-Kent and Sarnia-Lambton.

With this new arrangement, 519 Magazine will now deliver thousands of copies of the region’s only free entertainment magazine to nearly 300 retail, tourist and hotel locations across the lower 519 regions. With content ranging from music, arts, theatre, fashion and film, 519 exclusively writes about entertainment and entertainers from or coming to the 519 area for a performance.

The August Music Issue features classic rock band Cheap Trick on the cover with a playful interview between guitarist Rick Nielsen and 519’s April Savoie. The famous American band is performing in Leamington this month. Some of the other artists in the current magazine include hit makers Toto who is coming to Windsor, Sarnia’s Eric Ethridge and legendary Canadian entertainer Fred Penner, who’s visiting Kingsville during the month as well.

519 Magazine was launched in the spring of 2018 and has already featured Johnny Reid, Leah Harris and Eddie Money on past covers.

Windsor Public Library branches include: Central Library, Bridgeview Library, Budimir Library, Fontainebleau Library, Forest Glade-Optimist Library, Riverside Library, Sandwich Library, Seminole Library and W.F. Chisholm.

Essex County Public Library branches include: Amherstburg Branch, Essex Branch, Harrow Branch, McGregor Branch, Kingsville Cottam Branch, Kingsville Highline Branch, Ruthven Branch, Comber Branch, Toldo Branch, Stoney Point Branch, Woodslee Libro Centre Branch, LaSalle’s Bill Varga Branch, Leamington Branch and Tecumseh Cada Branch.

Chatham-Kent Public Library Branches include: Blenheim Branch, Bothwell Branch, Chatham Branch, Dresden Branch, Highgate Branch, Merlin Branch, Ridgetown Branch, Thamesville Branch, Tilbury Branch, Wallaceburg Branch and Wheatley Branch.

Sarnia-Lambton Public Library branches include: Alvinston Library, Arkona Library, Brigden Library, Bright’s Grove Library, Camlachie Library, Corunna Library, Courtright Library, Florence Library, Forest Library, Grand Bend Library, Inwood Library, Mallroad Library, Mandaumin Library, Mooretown Library, Oil Springs Library, Petrolia Library, Point Edward Library, Port Franks Library, Port Lambton Library, Sarnia Library, Sarnia Children’s Library, Shetland Library, Sombra Library, Thedford Library, Watford Library, Wilkesport Library and Wyoming Library.

For more information or to speak with a member of the 519 Magazine team, email info@519magazine.com.