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Wasa-Nabin Wednesday’s: Moving into Fall

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Wasa-Nabin is a program for Indigenous youth ages 13 to 18 and is held every Wednesday at Wabano. During the season of Fall we are looking at topics such as harvesting, giving thanks, preparing for the winter and other cultural teachings. We will also have artistic programming and occasionally guest speakers. During the programming we...

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Men’s Drumming and Singing

We are calling all our men and boys out who want to learn to sing.   We have three male singers who will be teaching the protocols, songs and drumming to another generation of boys and men. Come experience the heartbeat of the drum! Every Wednesday Evening 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm More information Raymond Soosay,...

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Carving and Sculpting Group

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Artist Byron Conant will teach you the art of carving and sculpting. Byron Conant is a Cree artist, crafter and carver from James Smith First Nation in Saskatchewan, and has been living in Ottawa for the past 20 years. Byron makes dreamcatchers, drums, lanyards, keychains, wood carvings and knives. He carves using antler and wood,...

Recurring

Wasa-Nabin Wednesday’s: Moving into Fall

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Wasa-Nabin is a program for Indigenous youth ages 13 to 18 and is held every Wednesday at Wabano. During the season of Fall we are looking at topics such as harvesting, giving thanks, preparing for the winter and other cultural teachings. We will also have artistic programming and occasionally guest speakers. During the programming we...

Recurring

Men’s Drumming and Singing

We are calling all our men and boys out who want to learn to sing.   We have three male singers who will be teaching the protocols, songs and drumming to another generation of boys and men. Come experience the heartbeat of the drum! Every Wednesday Evening 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm More information Raymond Soosay,...

Recurring

Wasa-Nabin Wednesday’s: Moving into Fall

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Wasa-Nabin is a program for Indigenous youth ages 13 to 18 and is held every Wednesday at Wabano. During the season of Fall we are looking at topics such as harvesting, giving thanks, preparing for the winter and other cultural teachings. We will also have artistic programming and occasionally guest speakers. During the programming we...

Recurring

Men’s Drumming and Singing

We are calling all our men and boys out who want to learn to sing.   We have three male singers who will be teaching the protocols, songs and drumming to another generation of boys and men. Come experience the heartbeat of the drum! Every Wednesday Evening 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm More information Raymond Soosay,...

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Culture Night

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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...

Recurring

Wasa-Nabin Wednesday’s: Moving into Fall

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Wasa-Nabin is a program for Indigenous youth ages 13 to 18 and is held every Wednesday at Wabano. During the season of Fall we are looking at topics such as harvesting, giving thanks, preparing for the winter and other cultural teachings. We will also have artistic programming and occasionally guest speakers. During the programming we...

Recurring

Carving and Sculpting Group

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Artist Byron Conant will teach you the art of carving and sculpting. Byron Conant is a Cree artist, crafter and carver from James Smith First Nation in Saskatchewan, and has been living in Ottawa for the past 20 years. Byron makes dreamcatchers, drums, lanyards, keychains, wood carvings and knives. He carves using antler and wood,...

Recurring

Culture Night

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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...

Recurring

Wasa-Nabin Wednesday’s: Moving into Fall

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Wasa-Nabin is a program for Indigenous youth ages 13 to 18 and is held every Wednesday at Wabano. During the season of Fall we are looking at topics such as harvesting, giving thanks, preparing for the winter and other cultural teachings. We will also have artistic programming and occasionally guest speakers. During the programming we...