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Tourism Brantford's 2018/19 Festivals & Events Brochure is now Available!

Tourism Brantford's 2018/19 Festivals & Events Brochure is now Available!

Pick up your new copy of 'Brantford & Area What's On Festivals & Events 2018/19' Brochure for FREE today at the Brantford Visitor & Tourism Centre!
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Great War Centenary Lecture Series

Great War Centenary Lecture Series

Did you know that the GWCA (Great War Centenary Association) offers free lectures about the First World War?
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Get Creative Over March Break

Get Creative Over March Break

Are you looking for creative ways to spend your March Break? Read on to find out how to learn new skills, meet new friends, and enjoy the incredible arts, culture, and heritage Brantford has to offer!
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February Featured Artist - Paul Kneale

February Featured Artist - Paul Kneale

February’s Featured Artist is Paul Kneale, a Brantford-born artist who has recently returned to town after 15 years abroad.
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Logan Staats is Officially “Launched!”

Logan Staats is Officially “Launched!”

Earlier this month, Six Nations born and Brantford-raised singer-songwriter, Logan Staats became the very first artist chosen to record a new original single through CTV’s new series, The Launch!
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Celebrate Heritage Week in Brantford and Area

Celebrate Heritage Week in Brantford and Area

Heritage Week is a great opportunity to explore your backyard and to learn more about the individuals that built the community we live in. This year it takes place from February 19-25, with the theme of 'Heritage Stands the Test of Time'.
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Artist returns to her roots in new exhibition at Glenhyrst

Artist returns to her roots in new exhibition at Glenhyrst

Paris, France visual artist Kapwani Kiwanga’s exhibition, Clearing, opens at Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant this month.
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