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Event Starts: 06:00 PM
Brantford Golf & Country Club
60 Ava Road in Brantford
Live & silent auction of signed sports memorabilia, backyard party for 50, gift certificates, local artwork and other fantastic items! Admission is free and all are welcome. Proceeds will go to the Brant Community Foundation and the Legacy Fund for Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Volunteerism. Special thanks to the Brantford Golf & Coutry Club and Hugh Foy for making this event possible.
Event Starts: 08:00 AM
34 Main Street South
The South Dumfries Historical Society is pleased to announce their 2nd annual St. George Community Yard Sale Breakfast at the Memorial Hall on the Civic Holiday Weekend.
Saturday, August 5th from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Sunday, August 6th from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The cost is only $5 and the array of breakfast selections range from pancakes & sausages, ham, cheese and egg sandwiches, homemade muffins, and fresh coffee.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Event Starts: 12:00 PM
Spring Street - Buck Park
Spring Street & Edwin Street
The Holmedale Neighbourhood Association is planning a Neighbourhood Porch Party! It will be a day of music and entertainment that you can enjoy with family and friends. It's from 12 to 4 pm on Sunday, June 25th. Organizers are looking for entertainers, home owners in the neighbourhood and volunteers. Please visit www.homedale.ca for more information.
Event Starts: 10:00 AM
Brantford and District Civic Centre Auditorium
79 Market Street South
After the last election I committed to create what I called at the time: "The Seniors Summit Series". Since November of 2014, I co-chaired the summits with the Grand River Council on Aging. This initiative was to bring to light to the pressing issues seniors are facing. Since our first meeting, we have organized eight separate community gatherings to identify their concerns and issues and work towards making Brantford, Brant, Six Nations of the Grand River, and Mississauga of the New Credit age-friendly communities.
After over two years of community consultations and analysis of data, the Grand River Council on Aging and I are pleased to announce that we are launching our finalized report entitled "Creating an Age-Friendly Community: Community Impact Report". The report includes our findings from the eight community summits that we have organized.
I am very grateful that I have had the pleasure to initiate and work on this exciting and rewarding community project. I am delighted with the Community Impact Report as it is the result of community members including all levels of government representatives working together to make meaningful changes to ensure that people of all ages are included in our community.
We are celebrating the launch of the report on May 26th at the Brantford and District Civic Centre Auditorium (79 Market Street South) at 10 AM. The council and I would be honoured if you joined us at this remarkable event.
If you are interested in attending I ask that you kindly contact Kaitlin at my constituency office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 519-759-0361.
Event Starts: 02:00 PM
Wilfrid Laurier University’s Carnegie Building
73 George Street in Brantford
Read Lounge (CB100)
MPP Levac along with the Honourable Kevin Flynn, Minister of Labour, will host a roundtable discussion entitled “Women in the World of Work.” This roundtable will focus on addressing the gender wage gap and smashing the glass ceiling. The discussion will take place on May 24,2017 from 2-4 P.M in the Read Lounge (CB100) of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Carnegie Building.
Minister Flynn has been tasked with leading Ontario’s Gender Wage Gap Working Group. The roundtable will be an open forum to discuss what working women want and need. The impetus for this roundtable session came from the annual Chamber of Commerce breakfast in Brantford on February 24, 2017. At this breakfast, many women expressed the need to create change in our community on this issue. The session will continue this discussion by tackling the continuing obstacles for working women, such as pay equity and fair treatment.
As an active proponent of women’s rights and equality, MPP Levac knows that women make up an integral part of our economy and society, but on average still do not earn as much as men. He is committed to improving the working lives and conditions for Brant’s women, and will continue to build on steps others have taken to help close the gender wage gap.
The seating is limited to 35 participants. If you are interested in attending, please contact Chayce at (519) 759-0361.
Event Starts: 06:00 PM
Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts
88 Dalhousie Street in Brantford
Celebrate Ontario 150 when the OLG Presents Ontario-based Elton Rohn and his 11-piece band at the historic Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts on Thursday, May 18, 2017. The event begins with important announcements about the performers for Brantford's Ontario Day 150 Celebration and Brantford's Canada Day 150 Celebration. After, Mike Stoneman, The Piano Man, takes the stage before Elton Rohn closes off the concert and officially launches the Brantford Celebrates 150 Tour.
Access to this concert is completely FREE by showing us what Ontario means to you! All you have to do is submit a photo to our contest of your favourite Ontario memory with family or friends and include a 50 to 100 word explanation. The submissions will be included in the Made In Ontario Exhibit at Brantford's Ontario Day 150 Celebration on Friday, June 30 and Brantford's Canada Day 150 Celebration on Saturday, July 1. Once your photo submission has been approved, you will receive an email confirmation informing you that your tickets will either be ready for pick up, or will be mailed out to your address. The top ten judged entries will be awarded an awesome prize basket with Canada S.W.A.G and some other appealing gifts included.
Questions? Try reading our Frequently Asked Questions first, if you still have questions or concerns, please contact the Program Coordinator at 519-756-1500 ext. 5521 or by email at Ontario150@brantford.ca
Event Starts: 09:00 AM
Salvation Army Church
33 Diana Avenue in Brantford
All female secondary school students from Brant, Brantford, Norfolk, and Six Nations of the Grand River are invited.
This is a career conference to empower young women in high school to pursue their career goals and reach thier full potential through education and access to role models.
This 3rd annual conference is hoted by Soroptimist International of Grand Erie. This year's focus will be on mental health. Presentations will be heard from professional women across the vocational spectrum, such as a crisis worker, an electrician, a broadcaster, a project engineer, a reporter, a microbiologist and a speech pathologist.
This event is entirely free. Visit www.soroptimistgranderie.ca for more information and to register.
Event Starts: 11:00 AM
Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant
20 Ava Road in Brantford
Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant is pleased to announce its Living Rooms exhibit featuring works by Amanda McCavour & Aidan Urquhart.
The works included in this exhibition speak directly to the assembly of space as being one of opposites, of dichotomies: public / private, interior / exterior, outside / inside. The result is a meaningful, idiosyncratic, and often humorous play on the spaces we inhabit. Moreover, it draws attention to the everyday, to the spaces we may take for granted, and allows up to see them in a new light.
The Exhibit will be on display at Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant from January 14 – March 12.
A Gala Reception will be held on Thursday, January 19, 2017 at 7 pm.
Admission to the gallery and the Gala Reception are free. All are welcome. For more information about this event, please call Glenhyrst Art Gallery at 519-756-5932 or email email@example.com.
Event Starts: 09:00 AM
Brant Sports Complex
944 Powerline Road in Paris
This gathering will run from 8:30 am to 12:00 noon.
This is the seventh of eight discussions on creating age-friendly communities in Brant. This title of this event is Respect and Social Inclusion.
All are welcome.
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