Bowled Over – at the Brantford Potters Guild Christmas Sale!

Mermaid vessel by Lisa Marcus                     On November 30, December 1 and 2 the Brantford Potters Guild Annual Christmas Sale will  showcase the works of  more than 35 potters, each with their unique talent and perspective reflected in their work. A variety of styles and pots to choose
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That’s right Mom and Dad, Auntie and Uncle, Nana and Gramps and all you Christmas parade lovers: JCI is pleased to have our own Brantford Power…”YOUR DELIVERY COMPANY”…as the Title Sponsor this year for the Santa Claus Parade, “Cinematic Theme Event”. Without commitment like theirs, it would be almost impossible to offer you the city’s
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Publisher’s Note: This is a story created by one of our Citizen Journalists celebrating a passion she wants to share 4BRANT. We welcome Amanda Morrison. Amanda Morrison is a local author from Brantford. An active member of the Brantford Writer’s Circle, she enjoys spreading her love of the written word through her own work or
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Mark your calendars and be there when The Rope Factory, in Brantford will once again be hosting  Art Battle®  on Thursday, October 25 – presented by Murky Productions, Paint-Club and The Rope Factory!     During the course of the evening, twelve Painters create the best work they can across three 20 minute rounds and as they work,
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Lawren Harris, a member of the Massey-Harris families, was founding member of the Group of Seven artists. Without his financial backing, the group would not have been able to ascend to their importance in the art world.  Harris was born and resided for his first 9 years in Brantford.  Two years ago with the assistance
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When an upcoming exhibition at Glenhyrst Gallery recently had to be postponed, the staff at Glenhyrst had to pull together something that they had been planning, a bit earlier than anticipated.  What they had been envisioning was a show that featured stand out women artists in a time in history where the #metoo movement, and
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On Saturday September 29, as part of Culture Days,  Glenhyrst Gallery on Ava Rd. will host the grand opening celebration of their newly renovated Coach House. The event will feature their first Live Music event of the fall with Licentia and 30 Dollar Weekend performing. This small performance space/classroom space with a capacity of 70, has
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    Many thanks to Frank and Nancy DeFelice for bringing us another amazing jazz festival!

The kick off for the Brantford Jazz Festival was Friday night with two bands, the X-Statics and then Power House, filling Harmony Square with wonderful sounds under a starlit sky.   A large crowd gathered on a warm late summer night to dance, clap and get into the music. With a full three-piece horn section, five-piece
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Seven bonfires and a native drum circle marked the end of the second annual Day on the Grand Festival took place on Saturday September 8 in and around Brant’s Crossing.  Events took place throughout the afternoon beginning at 3pm with artists, music, nature walks and theatre. This local event brought out some of Brantford and
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