Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2023 02:49 PM
Here are some tips on how to approach your backyard budget films; including who to ask for help, where and how to gather resources, and how to be everybody’s friendly neighbourhood filmmaker.
Shooting a film in your backyard is the reality of many indie productions. For many, budgets are low, but hopes can stay alive for good production value. The key to success is leaning on neighbours or even strangers to donate their time, talents, homes, businesses, and items.#1- Design your film on what’s...
Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2023 02:46 PM
Did you know that the County of Brant is home to many collectives, a place where artists and artisans sell unique handmade goods and collected items?
Be sure to stop by our local collectives:
- The Burford Collective
- Classic Vault Emporium
- The Gem
- Wincey Mills
Artisans and crafters have played an important role in shaping our community. Our makers make us distinguishable from any other nearby town. Buying from artisans connects us to the regional crafts and customs. It is a personal encounter with a...
Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2023 02:38 PM
Paris is known as the Cobblestone Capital of Canada. Stones were pulled from the riverbed, after years of tumbling smooth and found in farmer’s fields. Once cleaned and dried they were layered like a birthday cake with cement icing holding it all together. In order to ensure uniformity, labourers measured fieldstones for shape and size by passing them through a ring. If you look closely enough when visiting some of the buildings, you will notice that the stones are at different angles. Every...
Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2023 01:51 PM
Construction Notice - Green Lane Sports Complex Parking Lot
Green Lane Sports Complex and Simply Grand Dog Park will be closed tomorrow (September 8) from 6:00 am – 1:00 pm for paving.
We are sorry for any inconvenience.
For more information please contact:
Braedan Robinson, County of Brant
519.44BRANT (519.442.7268), 1.855.44BRANT
Posted on Wednesday, September 06, 2023 03:29 PM
Located in Burford Township, John Fowler purchased the parcel of Crown land this farm is located on in 1803 and the plot stayed in his family until it was purchased in 1861 by William Bonney. The farm was purchased from a trust by Bruce Innes in 1940 after the farm fell into tax arrears.
The farm house is a two storey single-detached building with two single-stack chimneys located side-left and rear-centre. The dormer shape is a centre-gable with return and roof trim is boxed-plain cornice. The...