BRANTFORD – History, Art & Song!

Woodland Cultural Centre - 184 Mohawk St., Brantford, On
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 8:30 AM EDT 
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Event Details

Please join us for an inspiring day of education and entertainment!
We begin our day with a morning drive to the Six Nations Indian Reserve on the southern edge of Brantford and to their Woodland Cultural Centre, where we will enjoy a guided tour of their museum,which contains the largest collection of First Nations artifacts in Canada . The archaeological and ethnographic collections are presented in a dramatic storyline beginning with the Iroquoian and Algonkian prehistoric past through to the 21st century. Following that, we will have time to browse the offerings in the Art Gallery, which will be special, as it will be the time of their annual Art Show!


Woodland Cultural Centre - 184 Mohawk St., Brantford, On
184 Mohawk Street Brantford, ON N3S 2X1 CA


UWRA members and guests
UWRA non-members

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 The UWRA represents the University of Waterloo retirees (both faculty and staff) and helps them enjoy their years of retirement.

The association consists of volunteer board members who represent retiree concerns on Pension and Benefits matters, Human Resources issues and UWaterloo policy changes. A complete description of the roles of the individual board members can be found at the UWRA board of directors home page.