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Brantford Potters Guild Annual Spring Sale 2016

Brantford Potters Guild Annual Spring Sale 2016

It’s finally spring, which means that the Brantford Potters Guild is hosting their Spring Sale very soon. From April 22 to 24, the Guild will be highlighting the work of about 30 of their talented artisans at the Woodman Park Community Centre
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Effective Grant Writing Workshop

Effective Grant Writing Workshop

The Brant-Haldimand-Norfolk Funders Network is offering an Effective Grant Writing workshop on Friday, April 8, 2016 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., featuring guest speaker Nicole Kovacs, a panel discussion, and a trade show of local, provincial, and national funders.
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The Diversity Art Series

The Diversity Art Series

Wilfrid Laurier's Diversity and Equity Office (DEO) is a multi-campus department that advocates for the inclusion and equitable treatment of everyone, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, culture, sexuality, religion, age, ability, or socio-economic background. The DEO Brantford currently houses five student-led advocacy groups including SOUL, Rainbow Alliance, MyRespect, The Women's Centre, and The Muslim Students' Association. Inspired by their lived experiences, they offer a network of supp...
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Updating the City of Brantford's Economic Development Strategy

Updating the City of Brantford's Economic Development Strategy

The City of Brantford is reviewing and updating its Economic Development Strategy in 2016 in order to identify opportunities to grow, strengthen and diversify our local economy. This strategy will shape the work of the Economic Development & Tourism Department over the next five years.
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Mohawk Chapel’s Stained Glass Windows – Part 1 of 2

Mohawk Chapel’s Stained Glass Windows – Part 1 of 2

Between 1959 to 1962, eight stunning stained glass windows were installed at Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks. The windows tell the story of political, military, and religious events that shaped the Christian native community along the Grand River. The story unfolds in a counterclockwise path, beginning on the left as you enter the Chapel.
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Brantford Symphony Orchestra

Brantford Symphony Orchestra

The Brantford Symphony Orchestra’s Annual Book Fair is just around the corner: April 27 through April 30, from 9am to 3pm. This fundraiser has been happening for more than 50 years, and the proceeds help to raise funds for BSO operations.
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Boer War Memorial

Boer War Memorial

The location of Jubilee Terrace Park, overlooking the water's edge of the Grand River, is an area rich in local history. It is nearby to where Joseph Brant forded the river, with the Mohawk Nation in 1784, to settle nearby. It is also the location where John Stalts, the first known settler at Brant's Ford, built his log cabin in 1805. Given a place of honour, the Boer War Memorial stands proudly at the center of that very spot, adjacent to the Brantford Armouries at 10 Brant Avenue in Brantford....
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