All Day

100 Hours Outside

It's time to get outdoors for some exercise! Wabano is excited to partner with ISWO (Indigenous Sports and Wellness Ontario) for the 100 Hours Outside project and youth have from June to September to participate in the program. Incentives will also be awarded upon completion of the program! Please register by June 4, 2021. For...

Ongoing

Donation Drive for Back to School

Please help Wabano in supporting our goal of 150 children and youth to receive backpacks and back to school supplies. You can drop off new backpacks, lunch boxes and back to school supplies for Kinder to Grade 12 at 299 Montreal Rd. Please leave your donation to help Indigenous youth and families with the front...

Recurring

Sisters in Recovery Rebooted

Join us in person for a weekly Indigenous Women’s Recovery meeting. Meetings will happen at Wabano in the Youth Backyard from 12:30pm-3:00pm, light lunch provided. Facilitators will be Cultural Grandmother Louella and Brianna Hamilton. Funded by: Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), Ontario Health East, and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)

Full Moon Celebration: Zoom And On Location

Join us for our upcoming Full Moon Celebration on August 23rd, 2021! We are now taking registrations for both a Zoom session and an on location session. The Zoom Full Moon Session will take place from 3-4pm and there will be no restrictions on the number of participants. The On Location Full Moon Celebration will...

Recurring

Virtual Monday Movement

A virtual high intensity workout using only body weight exercises. Taught by in-house fitness instructor, the group can accommodate beginners to advanced fitness levels. Please RSVP for this event to receive the Zoom link. For more information, and to register, please contact: Jacob Taillefer-May jtaillefermay@wabano.com 613-748-0657 ext. 256  

Culture night with Kimberly Johnson-Breen – Cherokee storytelling on Life Lessons

Join us every Monday for an evening full of cultural stories, teachings and activities. Open to everyone interested in learning more about First Nations, Inuit and Métis Culture. There’s a new experience each week. Message from Kimberly: Osiyo (Hello) I am a citizen of the Cherokee Nation band from Tahlequah, Oklahoma. My father was Cherokee...