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Discover July 2019 Events in Brantford

Discover July 2019 Events in Brantford

Did we miss an event you are hosting or attending this month? Leave us a message in the comments section or e-mail us at tourism@brantford.ca to be added to this month's round-up.
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Celebrate A Century of Applause at the Sanderson Centre!

Celebrate A Century of Applause at the Sanderson Centre!

Tickets for the new season go on sale June 28, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
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Explore Six Nations of the Grand River

Explore Six Nations of the Grand River

With the 40th Annual Grand River Champion of Champions Pow Wow rapidly approaching at the end of next month (July 26-28, 2019), you may be thinking about planning a trip to our neighbouring community of Six Nations of the Grand River.
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Sport Networking Meeting Recap – Thursday, June 13, 2019

Sport Networking Meeting Recap – Thursday, June 13, 2019

 Welcome and Ice Breaker The historic Sanderson Centre was the beautiful backdrop to our June Sport Networking meeting.  Domino’s generously provided a delicious pizza lunch for our hardworking sports group.  Ela Stypa Jones, Sport Tourism Coordinator, MC’d our quarterly event and began the session with a spirited ice breaker asking participants to introduce themselves and share where they are coming from in addition to their downtown parking strategy. The group cons...
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July Featured Artist: Brianne Lavallee

July Featured Artist: Brianne Lavallee

Lavallee has lived in Brantford most of her life, and is appreciative of a community that understands and practices shopping local as it “gives my business a fair chance to thrive,” she says.
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Revel in Music and Dance at the Champion of Champions Pow Wow!

Revel in Music and Dance at the Champion of Champions Pow Wow!

The 40th Annual Grand River Champion of Champions Pow Wow will be held July 26 through July 28, 2019 at Chiefswood Park (1037 Brant Hwy 54, Ohsweken).
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March to your own beat at Drum Circle

March to your own beat at Drum Circle

The drum circle is a one and a half hour journey of connecting with people using rhythm and drums. No drumming background is necessary, and the experience is for anyone with an open-heart and willingness to let go to come and enjoy. Drums are provided, but you are also welcome to bring your own djembe.
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