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The 2024 Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Events, Exhibitions, and Programs Guide is now available and includes 2024 include community events, exhibits, youth programming, and more.


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Events in February 2024

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WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – Bottled Spirits (& Pop)

29 January 2024

Runs Friday, October 2 – Friday, January 31, 2024

This featured exhibit highlights Ontario’s bottling history through nearly 150 years of glass and stoneware vessels – ginger beers, sodas and siphons. You’ll be amazed at the variety and ingenuity of this bottling industry.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – Bottled Spirits (& Pop)

30 January 2024

Runs Friday, October 2 – Friday, January 31, 2024

This featured exhibit highlights Ontario’s bottling history through nearly 150 years of glass and stoneware vessels – ginger beers, sodas and siphons. You’ll be amazed at the variety and ingenuity of this bottling industry.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – Bottled Spirits (& Pop)

31 January 2024

Runs Friday, October 2 – Friday, January 31, 2024

This featured exhibit highlights Ontario’s bottling history through nearly 150 years of glass and stoneware vessels – ginger beers, sodas and siphons. You’ll be amazed at the variety and ingenuity of this bottling industry.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Fundraising Auction


19 February 2024 26 February 2024

Monday, February 19, 2024 - Monday, February 26, 2024
Bidding opens 8:00 am and closes 6:00 pm

During Ontario Heritage Week, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture is hosting their annual fundraising auction.
Please show your support of the Norfolk County Museum & Archives and the good work they do in the community by bidding on the catalogue of fantastic items including out-of-print books, local experiences, gift baskets, pottery, furniture, folk art and much, much more.
Thank you to all those who donated items for the auction. Your support is much appreciated!
You must register to bid. The auction opens on February 19th and runs until February 26th. Auction will close precisely at 6 p.m. and the highest bid at that time will be declared the winner.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS.
The link to the auction site can be found here:
GOOD LUCK!

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Fundraising Auction


19 February 2024 26 February 2024

Monday, February 19, 2024 - Monday, February 26, 2024
Bidding opens 8:00 am and closes 6:00 pm

During Ontario Heritage Week, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture is hosting their annual fundraising auction.
Please show your support of the Norfolk County Museum & Archives and the good work they do in the community by bidding on the catalogue of fantastic items including out-of-print books, local experiences, gift baskets, pottery, furniture, folk art and much, much more.
Thank you to all those who donated items for the auction. Your support is much appreciated!
You must register to bid. The auction opens on February 19th and runs until February 26th. Auction will close precisely at 6 p.m. and the highest bid at that time will be declared the winner.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS.
The link to the auction site can be found here:
GOOD LUCK!

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Fundraising Auction


19 February 2024 26 February 2024

Monday, February 19, 2024 - Monday, February 26, 2024
Bidding opens 8:00 am and closes 6:00 pm

During Ontario Heritage Week, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture is hosting their annual fundraising auction.
Please show your support of the Norfolk County Museum & Archives and the good work they do in the community by bidding on the catalogue of fantastic items including out-of-print books, local experiences, gift baskets, pottery, furniture, folk art and much, much more.
Thank you to all those who donated items for the auction. Your support is much appreciated!
You must register to bid. The auction opens on February 19th and runs until February 26th. Auction will close precisely at 6 p.m. and the highest bid at that time will be declared the winner.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS.
The link to the auction site can be found here:
GOOD LUCK!

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Fundraising Auction


19 February 2024 26 February 2024

Monday, February 19, 2024 - Monday, February 26, 2024
Bidding opens 8:00 am and closes 6:00 pm

During Ontario Heritage Week, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture is hosting their annual fundraising auction.
Please show your support of the Norfolk County Museum & Archives and the good work they do in the community by bidding on the catalogue of fantastic items including out-of-print books, local experiences, gift baskets, pottery, furniture, folk art and much, much more.
Thank you to all those who donated items for the auction. Your support is much appreciated!
You must register to bid. The auction opens on February 19th and runs until February 26th. Auction will close precisely at 6 p.m. and the highest bid at that time will be declared the winner.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS.
The link to the auction site can be found here:
GOOD LUCK!

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Fundraising Auction


19 February 2024 26 February 2024

Monday, February 19, 2024 - Monday, February 26, 2024
Bidding opens 8:00 am and closes 6:00 pm

During Ontario Heritage Week, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture is hosting their annual fundraising auction.
Please show your support of the Norfolk County Museum & Archives and the good work they do in the community by bidding on the catalogue of fantastic items including out-of-print books, local experiences, gift baskets, pottery, furniture, folk art and much, much more.
Thank you to all those who donated items for the auction. Your support is much appreciated!
You must register to bid. The auction opens on February 19th and runs until February 26th. Auction will close precisely at 6 p.m. and the highest bid at that time will be declared the winner.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS.
The link to the auction site can be found here:
GOOD LUCK!

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Fundraising Auction


19 February 2024 26 February 2024

Monday, February 19, 2024 - Monday, February 26, 2024
Bidding opens 8:00 am and closes 6:00 pm

During Ontario Heritage Week, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture is hosting their annual fundraising auction.
Please show your support of the Norfolk County Museum & Archives and the good work they do in the community by bidding on the catalogue of fantastic items including out-of-print books, local experiences, gift baskets, pottery, furniture, folk art and much, much more.
Thank you to all those who donated items for the auction. Your support is much appreciated!
You must register to bid. The auction opens on February 19th and runs until February 26th. Auction will close precisely at 6 p.m. and the highest bid at that time will be declared the winner.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS.
The link to the auction site can be found here:
GOOD LUCK!

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Fundraising Auction


19 February 2024 26 February 2024

Monday, February 19, 2024 - Monday, February 26, 2024
Bidding opens 8:00 am and closes 6:00 pm

During Ontario Heritage Week, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture is hosting their annual fundraising auction.
Please show your support of the Norfolk County Museum & Archives and the good work they do in the community by bidding on the catalogue of fantastic items including out-of-print books, local experiences, gift baskets, pottery, furniture, folk art and much, much more.
Thank you to all those who donated items for the auction. Your support is much appreciated!
You must register to bid. The auction opens on February 19th and runs until February 26th. Auction will close precisely at 6 p.m. and the highest bid at that time will be declared the winner.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS.
The link to the auction site can be found here:
GOOD LUCK!

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

Norfolk County Heritage & Culture Fundraising Auction


19 February 2024 26 February 2024

Monday, February 19, 2024 - Monday, February 26, 2024
Bidding opens 8:00 am and closes 6:00 pm

During Ontario Heritage Week, Norfolk County Heritage & Culture is hosting their annual fundraising auction.
Please show your support of the Norfolk County Museum & Archives and the good work they do in the community by bidding on the catalogue of fantastic items including out-of-print books, local experiences, gift baskets, pottery, furniture, folk art and much, much more.
Thank you to all those who donated items for the auction. Your support is much appreciated!
You must register to bid. The auction opens on February 19th and runs until February 26th. Auction will close precisely at 6 p.m. and the highest bid at that time will be declared the winner.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS.
The link to the auction site can be found here:
GOOD LUCK!

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

WHAM – The Innovation of Cockshutt

1 October 2023 29 February 2024

Runs October through February, 2024

Founded as the Brantford plow Works by James G. Cockshutt in 1877, the Cockshutt Plow Company was responsible for nearly a century of agricultural innovation with the launch of tractors, combines and farm implements. In partnership with Laurier University, Brantford and the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre, this will be a featured exhibition in the Agricultural Gallery.

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