I love this park. Farringdon Park is just off of Tutela Heights Road, it's kind of out in the country, so it's quiet, nobody goes to it, and it has a great toboggan hill, which my children really enjoy. The sad part is that just beyond the trees in the background was a farm and they tore it down and are going to be building houses there. So much for quiet....
This is the oldest Christian congregation church in Brantford. The first building was erected in 1832. The property for the site was given by A.K. Smith and his sister, Mrs. Margaret Kerby in 1830 marking the official founding of the parish. This church is so large that I could not fit into this photo. More about Grace Anglican Church here.
This is the public ice rink in Harmony Square. The Square use to be a bunch of run down buildings (kind of like the ones in the background) and a parking lot. The City is working hard to help bring the downtown back to life and are doing a wonderful job.
Inside of the Federal Building is Service Canada which was once called the unemployment office, and it also has the Post Office. On the left is Coffee Culture Café & Eatery, which has the best muffins around. I had a Raspberry Yogurt muffing today it was yummy:)