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You’re Invited to The Culture Project

You’re Invited to The Culture Project

Join us on Thursday, September 17, 2015 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for The Culture Project at the brand new Dominion Telegraph Event Centre (across from the Arlington Hotel in Paris). The event is a joint partnership between the City of Brantford, County of Brant, and Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation.
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Social Painting in Brantford and Area

Social Painting in Brantford and Area

Whether you’re a budding artist, or you’re someone who maintains that they simply “can’t draw”, a club in town will guide you to creating your own masterpiece. No artistic experience is necessary to join in on events offered by PAINT-CLUB, a small mobile company that offers 2-hour guided painting sessions throughout Brantford and its surrounding areas. Paint Club can also be hired for private parties and corporate events, like team-building exercises.
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Featured Artist, Travis Kruis

Featured Artist, Travis Kruis

August’s Featured Artist is Travis Kruis, a balloon twister from Brantford. Kruis’ creations are made from balloons, with the occasional addition of Sharpie marker; he never uses glue, and strives for his works to be made entirely of twisted Qualatex balloons of all lengths, widths and colours. At any time, he has a stock of over 1,000 balloons ready to take to special events.
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Save on your stay this August

Save on your stay this August

Save on your next stay in Brantford with one of our hotel's fantastic packages
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Taking Care of Brantford’s Bronze Monuments

Taking Care of Brantford’s Bronze Monuments

This month, a conservation company undertook a project to maintain three of the City of Brantford's public art monuments: the Boer War Memorial, Bell Memorial, and Brant War Memorial.
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Original, One-Act Plays at Local Theatre Festival

Original, One-Act Plays at Local Theatre Festival

ICHTHYS Theatre is proud to present its annual festival of one act plays, the Left of Centre Festival
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350 Artists. 10 Days. Brantford and Toronto.

350 Artists. 10 Days. Brantford and Toronto.

From July 31 through August 9, 350 artists will descend upon Brantford and Toronto for the 2015 Planet IndigenUS Festival – the largest contemporary Indigenous arts festival in the world. This year, the Woodland Cultural Centre is co-hosting festival this alongside the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto.
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