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Stay Active during March Break

Stay Active during March Break

March Break is almost here! And with it upon us, you may be looking for some last minute ideas to keep you and your kids active. If you are staying here in town, here are some great ways to keep you moving:
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March Break in Brantford

March Break in Brantford

It’s the time of year that brings with it warmer weather, budding flowers and a fresh start. Spring is in the air and many people take advantage of this change with a tradition known as March Break. In Brantford, the week of March 14 to 21, 2015, will be full of fun, fascinating events and activities for the whole family.
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Celebrate March Break with these Arts and Culture Activities

Celebrate March Break with these Arts and Culture Activities

Brantford offers an incredible array of opportunities for children to engage with arts and culture over March Break (March 16-20). From creating beautiful pieces of art with your hands, to expressing your emotions through the movement of your body, this week will be a great chance for children to learn, express and create!
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Songide’ewin: Ojibwe Narratives Art Exhibit

Songide’ewin: Ojibwe Narratives Art Exhibit

Rene Meshake’s Exhibit will be the last Laurier Yellow Brick Wall exhibit of the season.
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Dance! Dance! Dance!

Dance! Dance! Dance!

Put on your dancing shoes…it’s time for some high stepping, fast paced and graceful competitions to take over Brantford. For the next three months, the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts will be filled with dancers as they partake in provincial competitions.
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Robert Hall Parry

Robert Hall Parry

March’s featured artist is Robert Hall Parry of Robert Hall Originals. Robert Hall graduated from Teacher’s College in 1966 and taught for nearly 10 years before he and his wife Betty decided to follow their dream and open their own business, Robert Hall Originals, now located just outside St. George, ON.
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Bell Memorial

Bell Memorial

The Bell Memorial is a monument to the accomplishments of the Brantford citizen, who worked on early designs and prototypes of the telephone while living and working in Tutela Heights.
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