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Victoria Day Weekend Events in Brantford

Victoria Day Weekend Events in Brantford

Victoria Day weekend in Brantford promises many fun events and activities from talented musicians, hilarious comedy shows and intriguing dinner theatre to sports fundraising competitions, motorcycle racing and exciting new art exhibits. Take a springtime walk, hike or bike ride on the many trails available and view the buds and birds in and around Brantford and the Grand River!

Craig Cardiff at The Brantford Arts Block
May 15, 2015
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“[Craig is] a songwriter who needs to be heard.” ~ Canadian music icon Gordon Lightfoot. Ontario-based folk singer Craig Cardiff promises to share a story, a confession, a hope, a secret in his performance.

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Copper Bowl All Star Football Game (Police vs. High Schools)at Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre Back Field
May 15, 2015 at 6 p.m.
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Those Damn Divas Comedy Show
May 15, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
BEST WESTERN PLUS Brant Park Inn and Conference Centre 
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Woodland Cultural Centre brand new exhibitions
May 15 & May 17, 2015
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The opening reception for these new exhibitions, with live entertainment and light refreshments, will be on Fri, May 17 at 7pm. Everyone is welcome. The First Nations Art exhibition celebrates its 40th year at the WCC. This juried exhibition is the longest running exhibition of works by First Nations Artists who work in all visual mediums, including painting, beadwork, installation, pottery, photography, basketry and more. The second exhibition to open this month is Aksohta’neha, The Art of Peace, Eenda noohu`maya wiikiit, which highlights the works of Six Nations’ artist Elizabeth Doxtater. Using the ancient medium of cornhusk, Doxtater explores contemporary issues of dissimilation revillagizing and reverse colonialism.

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Chiefwood National Historic Site – Saturday in the Park Season Opening!
May 16, 2015
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Chiefswood National Historic Site will be opening for the season on May 16. This mansion is the former home of poet E. Pauline Johnson, and features exhibitions, tours and programs all season.

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“It’s a Mystery to Me” Murder Mystery at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts
May 16, 2015 at 6 p.m.
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Enjoy dinner on stage during a Murder Mystery!

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Canadian Championship Flat Track Motorcycle racing series at Paris Speedway
May 16 to 17, 2015
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Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks Season opening
May 16, 2015
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Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks National Historic Site will open its doors for the season on May 16. Mohawk Chapel, originally called St. Paul's, was the first Protestant church in Upper Canada, and is the oldest surviving church in Ontario.

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Bell Homestead National Historic Site Open House
May 18, 2015
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On International Museum Day, the museum is hosting its annual May is Museum Month Open House. Guests will enjoy free admission and a guided tour of the home that inspired the invention of the telephone.

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2015 Ontario Open Chess Tournament
May 16 to 18, 2015
Quality Inn & Suites Brantford
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Gardens, Parks and Trails
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Explore our beautiful parks and trails with gorgeous floral displays, art sculptures, historical monuments and more. Hike or bike over 93 km of natural trails to enjoy Brantford's beauty, history and the spring season along the Grand River. 

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Looking for more events? Check out the Brantford and Area What's on Brochure or mybrantford.ca.

Did we miss your May long weekend event? Submit it into the comments below! 

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