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Contact Name: Brian Wood
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead Cafe
Map: View Venue on a Map
Join us at the Homestead Cafe as we celebrate Alexander Graham Bell's mother and all of our moms on this special day!You'll enjoy a delicious meal with traditional brunch favourites. $20 per person (children 8 and under $10.Prices include tax & gratuity).Two seatings, 10:30am and 12:3...
Contact Name: Brian Wood
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
Join us on International Museums Day for a complimentary tour. Don’t forget to visit Brant County’s other museums and galleries on this special day!
Contact Name: Brian Wood
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
With the arrival of spring, the Bell Homestead is preparing for it’s annual rummage sale including household items, furniture, clothing, and oddities galore. Have items you’d like to donate to the sale? Drop off your donations at the Bell Homestead or call 519.756.6220 to arrang...
Contact Name: Sarah Hamilton
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
Life Along the Grand Find out all about the creatures and plants that call the Bell Homestead home!Plant some vegetables for the summer, play games, and make a summer treat! Pre-registration is required.$25.00 per child, $12.50 per half day (25% discount for museum members). Programme runs ...
Contact Name: Brian Wood
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
The home of the Bell family welcomes the Brantford Memorial Concert Band, celebrating over 80 years of exceptional instrumental music. Bring your favourite lawn chair or blanket to enjoy this outdoor performance. The ladies of the Homestead Café will be on-hand with scrumptious t...
Contact Name: Brant Theatre Workshops
Contact Email: btheatre@rogers.com
Phone: 5197610781
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
Join Robin Hood and his band of merry men as they use the grounds of the Bell Homestead to tell their classic story of adventure! PAY WHAT YOU CAN July 4 & 5 @ 7:30pm July 6 @ 2:00pm Presented as a Part of the 2014 Bell Summer Theatre Festival. Located at the Bell Homestead National Histor...
Contact Name: Brian Wood
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
Artistic Director Peter Muir and an ecclectic cast of thespians are presenting three exciting productions on the Bell Family's front verandah at this annual outdoor summer theatre festival.Bring your favourite lawn chair or blanket for a most enjoyable theatrical experience.All shows are admission b...
Contact Name: Brant Theatre Workshops
Contact Email: btheatre@rogers.com
Phone: 5197610781
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
PETER PAN Written by J. M. Barrie Directed by Don Locey Complete with pirates, mermaids and Indians, this is the beautiful tale of the boy who will never grow up and his adventures with Tinkerbell, the Darling Family and the Lost Boys. PAY WHAT YOU CAN July 24, 25, 26, 31 @ 7:30pm August ...
Contact Name: Brant Theatre Workshops
Contact Email: btheatre@rogers.com
Phone: 5197610781
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
Brant Theatre Workshops SUMMER CAMP A fun program for young people age 9 to 15 taking place from August 5th to 15th, located in the Carriage House and on the grounds of the Bell Homestead. Workshops with professionals in: comedy, film & tv, mime, movement, playwriting, voice...
Contact Name: Brant Theatre Workshops
Contact Email: btheatre@rogers.com
Phone: 5197610781
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
THE HORSE HE RODE IN ON Adapted by Sharyl Hudson Based on the works of Edgar Allen Poe Directed by Paul Amato, Sten Eirik, Peter Muir An interactive evening of horror stories based on the works of Edgar Allen Poe. Suggested for ages 13 & up. PAY WHAT YOU CAN August 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16 ...
Contact Name: Sarah Hamilton
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead National Historic Site
Map: View Venue on a Map
Ages 5 to 11. This summer, the Bell Homestead is offering two exciting weeks of camps in August! Celebrate over a century of connections and experience each decade in the Bell Homestead's museum history, from the 1910s to the 2000s and beyond. Each day is a different decade and each decade has its o...
Contact Name: Brian Wood
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
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Under the direction of Conductor Deb McLoughlin, the Brantford Community Symphony Orchestra will bring the classical music so loved by Alexander Graham Bell's mother and perhaps a few modern favourites to the Bell Family home.The Homestead and its front verandah will provide the perfect backdrop for...
Contact Name: Brian Wood
Contact Email: bwood@brantford.ca
Phone: 519-756-6220
Where: (COB) Bell Homestead Cafe
Map: View Venue on a Map
Enjoy a delicious home-cooked tradtional Thanksgiving Dinner prepared by the Homestead Cafe.With turkey and all the trimmings followed by a scrumptious dessert, you'll be thankful you came!$28 per person (children 8 and under $15.Prices include tax & gratuity).Reservations are required.