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The Preview of our Event took place on March 27 and was enjoyed by all, we performed with live theatre, virtual appearances and a live-stream. We delivered 30 spaghetti dinners awith trivia packages. A good time was had by all

We are now working towards our

Memories of Brantford's Italian Community Event

at the Brant Museum on May 15.


Our 2021 Event: Memories of Brantford's Italian Community

The 2021 Event, "Italian Community Memories" will include:


The following half hour videos are all
Memories of Brantford's Italian Community,
each of which which form the creative basis
for a theatrical exploration by BTW.

 Rose and Angie Risi's story of growing up at Maria's Pizza

Caesar Misiti's story of arriving as a teenager in Brantford

Fernando Forcucci remembers his work with the Order of the Sons of Italy

Tom Mercante describes his restaurant Mercasa and its ties to Italian culture

Fred Ligori describes his work with the San Rocco Committee

Franco Petrella talks about the Italian Villages

Dave Levac describes his ties and interest in the Italian community

Dino Liberati, Deo and Danny Dominicis tell the Castelli Bakery story

Peter Giordano describes his family's immigrant experience

Giovanni Petitti talks about his father's influence on his life

Linda Kuyper and Gene Pinchero - Growing up at the College Fruit Market

Josey Reid - Raised in the shoe business 


cihcbtn.png                   Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre

The Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre (CIHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and honouring Canadian Industrial Heritage through public education and the preservation of historical data, resources, and artifacts. 

laurierdesktop_logo.png                     Laurier Brantford

Laurier Brantford is Wilfrid Laurier University's second campus located in Brantford, Ontario. The first and original campus of Wilfrid Laurier University is located in Waterloo, Ontario. It serves 3,000 students in Brantford.


bhs_logo_final.jpg                       Brant Historical Society

Established on May 8, 1908, the Brant Historical Society is an independent registered charity operating two museums uniquely positioned to make a difference in the lives of Brant citizens. Its purpose is to collect, preserve and share the history and heritage of Brantford/Brant County and Six Nations/New Credit.

BTW-logo-stamp-red1.jpg                       Brant Theatre Workshops

Brant Theatre Workshops has produced heritage theatre productions at the Bell Homestead, Ruthven Park, Brantford Armouries and Brantford General Hospital. BTW has created special heritage/educational projects with Hagersville Secondary School, BCI, St. John’s College and Laurier Brantford.