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Featured Artist, Elizabeth Gosse

Featured Artist, Elizabeth Gosse

September’s Featured Artist is Elizabeth Gosse, a self-taught artist who loves to create and participate in community-based art projects.
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Tapas, Tastings & Tunes

Tapas, Tastings & Tunes

On Tuesday, September 19, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. the Brant Family and Children’s Services Foundation is hosting a fundraiser called “Tapas, Tastings & Tunes.” The event will be held at Al Dente Pasta, Pizza & Grill on 250 King George Road.
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World Health Organization Recognizes City of Brantford as an “Age-Friendly City”

World Health Organization Recognizes City of Brantford as an “Age-Friendly City”

Exciting news! On July 27, 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially recognized the City of Brantford as an “Age-Friendly City.”
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Field Howitzer Cannon Captured 99 Years Ago

Field Howitzer Cannon Captured 99 Years Ago

Sitting south of the Brantford Armouries, in Jubilee Terrace Park, is an artifact built in Germany over 100 years ago. Friedrich Krupp AG, a large family-run German business that had been making cannons since the 1840s, manufactured the Field Howitzer in 1913.
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Filling the Grand River with Art and Music

Filling the Grand River with Art and Music

On Saturday, September 9, more than 70 musicians, visual artists, and performers are turning the trails, bridges, and the Grand River into galleries and stages for a brand new arts festival in Brantford: Day on the Grand.
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Brantford's Annual Youth Entrepreneurship Celebration a Huge Success

Brantford's Annual Youth Entrepreneurship Celebration a Huge Success

The Brantford-Brant Business Resource Centre (BRC), a division of the City of Brantford’s Economic Development & Tourism Department, hosted their annual Youth Entrepreneurship Celebration August 17, 2017 at the Laurier Research & Academic Centre (150 Dalhousie St., Brantford).
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Brantford's Town Crier to Compete in International Competition in Nova Scotia

Brantford's Town Crier to Compete in International Competition in Nova Scotia

Brantford’s Official Town Crier, David McKee, has been invited to compete in an International Competition in Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. McKee plans to cry his way to the top against more than 20 other Town Criers, dressed in stunning, colourful regalia. The competition will be held September 12-17, 2017.
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