Brantford Public Library serves the 90,195 residents of the City of Brantford. Members of the community have come to rely on Brantford Public Library as a great place to find information on everything from auto repair to zoology. Last year, citizens made over 467,000 trips to the Brantford Public Library, accessed over 5.3 million Web pages and checked out more than 735,000 books, videos, and other resources. Internationally recognized for successfully combining traditional services with the latest technology, it also serves as a "virtual university library" for Brantford Campus students of Wilfrid Laurier University.
Brantford was named for Captain Joseph Thayendanegea Brant, a Mohawk Chief who led the Six Nations People from upper New York State to the Grand River basin where they established their village in 1784.
Brantford Kinsmen is a non-profit organization dedicated to improvement of our community through public involvement. Brantford Kinsmen Club is an all-Canadian service organization made up of active community volunteers, promoting service, fellowship, family values and national pride. This site is to help our community to contact us, find what events we are putting on and to learn more about us.