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We’re all abuzz for Theatre Hive

We’re all abuzz for Theatre Hive

All of the Theatre Hive staff are currently performing and/or working in the professional theatre scene, and were hand-picked for their theatre abilities as well as their passion for youth education.
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Help Us Celebrate Culture Days!

Help Us Celebrate Culture Days!

Culture Days (September 27-29, 2019) is a national celebration of arts and culture. At the end of each September, millions of people across Canada attend thousands of free, public participatory arts and culture events across the country. Culture Days programs invite the public to get hands-on, and learn behind-the-scenes, to highlight the importance of arts and culture in our communities.
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May Featured Artist: Martin Smith

May Featured Artist: Martin Smith

Martin is also a playwright, whose works have been performed locally, as well as in Alberta and Colorado. He has written The Strong Hand of Love, The Other Noise, Baked Muffins with Dates, and his newest play presented by ICHTHYS Theatre Productions in March and April 2019 – Burs of a Feather.
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New Calendar of Events

New Calendar of Events

The City of Brantford has launched its new website, which includes a brand new calendar just for arts and culture events and a community events calendar for all events happening locally.
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April Featured Artist: Emilee-Mae Feely

April Featured Artist: Emilee-Mae Feely

April’s Featured Artist is Emilee-Mae Feely, who has been playing piano since the age of 4, and is a self-proclaimed music industrial “serial entrepreneur” from Brantford who has founded 5 businesses!
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2019 Cycling in Ontario Guide is Here!

2019 Cycling in Ontario Guide is Here!

Photo: Rotary Bike Park, Mark Burnham
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2019-2020 Cultural & Built Heritage Funding Program Now Open

2019-2020 Cultural & Built Heritage Funding Program Now Open

The program funds substantial capital facility and infrastructure projects for cultural institutions, including new construction, equipment, renovations, repair costs, collections maintenance expenses (not including staffing), and design or planning fees associated with planned capital improvements.
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