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Seniors Circle (In-Person)

Aaniin, Boozhoo! Shé:kon, Ullakut! Waachiyaa, Osiyo! Hello, Bonjour! We would like to invite you to our IN-PERSON Indigenous Seniors Circle. Weekly teachings and activities will revolve around every month's moon. Share great moments, lots of laughter and a beautiful atmosphere with new friends. Regular programming takes place Mondays and Wednesdays, 10 am to 2 pm....

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Sisters in Recovery

Join us in-person for a weekly harm-reduction based healing circle for Indigenous women, and those beyond the binary, that will focus on a holistic approach to healing and recovery, incorporating traditional teachings as well as Western knowledge. Group will be co-facilitated by Addictions Counsellor, Sasha Gordon, and Cultural Grandmother Louella. Programming takes place Mondays from...

After-School Program

Join us after school; this program offers youth cultural teachings, physical activity, healthy snacks and help with homework. Mondays (for ages 7-9) Tuesdays (for ages 10-12) Thursdays (for ages 13-18) 4 - 6PM 275 Bradley Avenue (backyard or indoors) Weekly topics: Sept 25, 26 and 28th - Orange Shirt Day Oct 2, 3 and 5th...

Culture Night – Orange Shirt Day

Join us every Monday evening for Culture Night! Featuring new guest speakers every week, discussing teachings, medicines, and more! This week, September 25th, we welcome adults and/with kids to come kick off Truth & Reconciliation Week with a presentation on Orange Shirt Day! Culture Night is open to the general public. Drop-ins are welcome! Wabano...

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Culture Night

Join us every Monday evening for Culture Night! Featuring new guest speakers every week, discussing teachings, medicines, and more! Culture Night is open to the general public. Wabano programs are for First Nation, Inuit and Métis community members only. If a program is open to the general public, it will be specified. With open programs...

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Culture Night

Join us every Monday evening for our Culture Night! Featuring new guest speakers every week, discussing teachings, medicines, and more! Now in-person at the Centre (299 Montreal Road) For more information, please directly contact: Raymond Soosay Cultural Coordinator 613-748-0657 Ext. 317 cultureteam@wabano.com