Let the Shows Begin! Glenhyrst’s Coach House Gets a Makeover

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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Its been a few years since the Brantford Arts Block had a physical location, but Gerry Lafleur, who was an integral part of the group, has been instrumental in keeping the spirit alive online and in real life – by organizing A Day on the Grand Festival, September 8, 3 – 11pm at Brants Crossing
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When I was very young my parents and I immigrated to Canada from Europe.  It was 1967 and the whole country was celebrating the centennial.  Everything was adorned with the centennial logo of a maple leaf.  This meant nothing to me as I couldn’t fathom the importance of this celebration – I was just in
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It’s 10pm on a Thursday evening and although downtown is pretty quiet, outside the Sanderson Centre there are numerous trucks loading and unloading movie equipment.  Inside the centre all is dark except for the stage where, behind drawn curtains, footage is being filmed for a ‘play within a play’ scene in a new independent film
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