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Day on the Grand

Day on the Grand

The Grand River, or O:se Kenhionhata:tie in Mohawk (meaning “Willow River”), is the beautiful stretch of lazily flowing water that ribbons our community. Our river is so often left in the background of our story, but Gerry Lafleur of the Brantford Arts Block continues to use the river as the main character in his annual event, Day on the Grand. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, September 7 from 2pm to 9pm, in the stretch of river along the historic Brant’s Cross...
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August Training & Networking for Creative Industry Professionals

August Training & Networking for Creative Industry Professionals

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We’re all abuzz for Theatre Hive

We’re all abuzz for Theatre Hive

All of the Theatre Hive staff are currently performing and/or working in the professional theatre scene, and were hand-picked for their theatre abilities as well as their passion for youth education.
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On This Day at Bell Homestead

On This Day at Bell Homestead

It was here on this day, July 26, 1874, that Bell grasped the principle in which his most famous invention, the telephone, would work.
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August Featured Artist, Chris Strei

August Featured Artist, Chris Strei

As he prepares for his first album release, Moonshine (produced by Iain McNally) in summer 2019, he is highlighting acoustic previews of the songs on his blog, The Moonshine Blog. He is also performing at Buck’s Tavern (541 Colborne Street, Brantford) with his band, The Dirt Road Travelers, on July 26.
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Wizards Unite in Brantford!

Wizards Unite in Brantford!

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite was launched for Android and iOS mobile devices on June 21, 2019.
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Honour Polish War Veterans This Month

Honour Polish War Veterans This Month

The Brantford International Villages Festival has just wrapped up, and if you were lucky enough to visit one of the two Polish villages that participate in this event annually, you may be interested in learning more about the Polish community in Brantford.
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