The name of the museum changed slightly over time and in the mid-1990s was finally changed to the Brant Museum & Archives. With over a century in artifact collection and historical programming experience, the Brant Museum & Archives is the best place to experience the history of Brantford and Brant County.
Civic Centre Welcome to the Brantford and District Civic Centre The Brantford and District Civic Centre officially opened on March 25, 1967, and has been filled with activity ever since: Hockey, lacrosse, shows, circuses, community fundraisers, major championships... and the list goes on.
Farmers' Market The Brantford Farmers’ Market has a wide range of product offerings, including; fresh produce, meats, deli cuts, dairy products, flowers, fresh baked goods, home made prepared food, fresh roasted nuts, home made candies & crafts, a breakfast & lunch counter serving hot foods and other natural products.
From Frosty Fest to events in sports halls, recreation centres and museums, families will find lots of ways to have fun in Brantford and Brant County to celebrate the Family Day weekend. The ninth annual Frosty Fest might not be as frosty as previous editions with Environment Canada forecasting highs of 4C on Sunday and 5C on Monday.
This year the Sanderson Centre has many incredible performers headlining shows. be a part of it! Mixed in with our headlining shows you will find some of this country’s best performers in exciting concerts, family and school programming, matinees, holiday classics and even shows that bring our own community onto the stage.