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The 2016 Let’s Read selection is… ‘The Enormous Potato’!

The 2016 Let’s Read selection is… ‘The Enormous Potato’!

Retold by professional storyteller Aubrey Davis and illustrated by Dusan Petricic, ‘The Enormous Potato’ is a hope-filled folktale that shows what can be accomplished when everyone lends a hand to solve a BIG problem!
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96 Years Ago Today… The Sanderson Centre

96 Years Ago Today… The Sanderson Centre

If you think of performing arts in Brantford, the first venue that comes to mind is likely the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts.
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Happy Holidays from Tourism Brantford

Happy Holidays from Tourism Brantford

Wishing you a joyous Holiday Season and best wishes for the New Year!
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Public Art Feature: Brook Trout

Public Art Feature: Brook Trout

The City of Brantford commissioned Brantford artist David Hind in 2008 to create a piece of public art for installation along a trail nearby D’Aubigny Creek.
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Community Cultural Investment Program Now Open

Community Cultural Investment Program Now Open

Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 City of Brantford Community Cultural Investment Program (CCIP). Funded by the City of Brantford, the goals for the Community Cultural Investment Program are: to provide operating financial assistance to not-for-profit organizations within the Brantford arts, culture, and heritage community; to encourage public awareness and appreciation of culture; to increase access to quality local cultural programming; and to enhance the quality-of-life of the ...
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Featured Artist, Zig Misiak

Featured Artist, Zig Misiak

December’s Featured Artist is Brantford author Zig Misiak, a lifelong learner and [fairly new] writer with a folk-like appeal.
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Brantford Potters Guild Annual Christmas Pottery Sale

Brantford Potters Guild Annual Christmas Pottery Sale

The Brantford Potters’ Guild is back for their annual Christmas Sale. The Sale will take place at the Woodman Park Community Centre from December 11 to 13, 2015 – just in time to purchase one-of-a-kind, handmade hostess gifts and holiday presents for your friends and family (and maybe even something for yourself, too).
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