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Frosty Fest 2016

Frosty Fest 2016

On Family Day weekend every year, Harmony Square in downtown Brantford is the place to be because It’s time for one of the largest winter carnivals in Ontario; Frosty Fest!
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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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Award-winning Rant Maggie Rant brings Frost & Fire: A Celtic Christmas Celebration! to the Sanderson Centre

Award-winning Rant Maggie Rant brings Frost & Fire: A Celtic Christmas Celebration! to the Sanderson Centre

Rant Maggie Rant will bring a grandiose dose of Celtic holiday spirit to Brantford’s Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts when they take to the stage on December 10, 2015 at 2:00 pm with their 7th annual Frost & Fire: A Celtic Christmas Celebration! – A show as lovely as the hushed winter landscape and as rollicking as a team of horses running away with the sleigh.
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Two Unique Tales Hit Brantford Stages

Two Unique Tales Hit Brantford Stages

Whether you’re a lover of history and drama, or someone who enjoys the absurd and a great belly laugh, Brantford theatre groups are offering shows this month that aim to please.
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Start Promoting Your 2016-17 Events Now

Start Promoting Your 2016-17 Events Now

Marketing local events can be a challenge, but Tourism Brantford can help you get the word out. Community members, organizations, and visitors come to Tourism Brantford for information about local community events, festivals, workshops and classes.
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Celebrate the 130th Birthday of Lawren Harris in Brantford

One of Canada’s most prolific painters, Lawren Harris, was born right here in Brantford on October 23, 1885. Harris is best known as a member of the Group of Seven, a collective of artists who pioneered a style of Canadian landscape painting that became popular in the early twentieth century. The works that he is probably best known for are his simplified abstracted representations of Canada’s Arctic landscape.
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