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Youth 3D Printing Program

This November, Wabano is welcoming youth to our 3D printing program. The program is 10 weeks long, on Tuesdays 5 to 7pm. Youth will get two key things from this program: cultural pride and social innovation. The goal of this program is to provide youth opportunities to modernize Indigenous art and knowledge through the use...

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Wasa-Nabin Wednesdays (In-Person!)

Wasa-Nabin is back to WEDNESDAYS and we’re IN-PERSON too! This fall, we’re also providing supper and making it from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. so that we have time to eat and create. Location: Youth House, 275 Bradley St. (backyard, weather permitting) Wasa-Nabin Wednesdays is a hands-on cultural program for Indigenous youth 13-17 to get experience...

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Women’s Drum Circle

Join our virtual drum circle for Indigenous women to sing, listen, relax, share teachings, songs and socialize! All ages are welcome to this event. Upon registration, we will send you a link to join us. To register, please directly contact: Sharon Beaudin, Early Years Grandmother 613-748-0657 Ext. 314 sbeaudin@wabano.com Funded by Indigenous Healing and Wellness...

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Youth Drop-In

Youth Drop-In welcomes all Indigenous youth ages 12+ to come together and hangout in a fun and safe space! Start your weekend in a good way by connecting with peers and participating in healthy living activities such as cooking, physical activity and sports, and get creative with hands-on activities such as art drawing, painting and...

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Virtual Culture Night

Join us every Monday evening for our Virtual Culture Night! Featuring new guest speakers every week, discussing teachings, medicines, and more! To register, please contact: Raymond Soosay, Cultural Coordinator 613-748-0657 ext. 317 cultureteam@wabano.com Funded by the Indigenous Health and Wellness Strategy (IHWS)

Recurring

Youth 3D Printing Program

This November, Wabano is welcoming youth to our 3D printing program. The program is 10 weeks long, on Tuesdays 5 to 7pm. Youth will get two key things from this program: cultural pride and social innovation. The goal of this program is to provide youth opportunities to modernize Indigenous art and knowledge through the use...

Recurring

Wasa-Nabin Wednesdays (In-Person!)

Wasa-Nabin is back to WEDNESDAYS and we’re IN-PERSON too! This fall, we’re also providing supper and making it from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. so that we have time to eat and create. Location: Youth House, 275 Bradley St. (backyard, weather permitting) Wasa-Nabin Wednesdays is a hands-on cultural program for Indigenous youth 13-17 to get experience...

Recurring

Women’s Drum Circle

Join our virtual drum circle for Indigenous women to sing, listen, relax, share teachings, songs and socialize! All ages are welcome to this event. Upon registration, we will send you a link to join us. To register, please directly contact: Sharon Beaudin, Early Years Grandmother 613-748-0657 Ext. 314 sbeaudin@wabano.com Funded by Indigenous Healing and Wellness...

Recurring

Youth Drop-In

Youth Drop-In welcomes all Indigenous youth ages 12+ to come together and hangout in a fun and safe space! Start your weekend in a good way by connecting with peers and participating in healthy living activities such as cooking, physical activity and sports, and get creative with hands-on activities such as art drawing, painting and...

Recurring

Virtual Culture Night

Join us every Monday evening for our Virtual Culture Night! Featuring new guest speakers every week, discussing teachings, medicines, and more! To register, please contact: Raymond Soosay, Cultural Coordinator 613-748-0657 ext. 317 cultureteam@wabano.com Funded by the Indigenous Health and Wellness Strategy (IHWS)