Community Event - Kingston - A Taste of Indigenous Canada ft. Jesse Thistle

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  Join True North Aid once again as we celebrate the rich and diverse culture of Indigenous peoples in Canada through various ways including song, story, dance, food and ceremony. This important event shares with many what they may not have learned in school. Speakers include local Elder, Georgina Riel and Paul Carl. This year we are so proud to announce that best-selling Metis-Cree author and award-winning scholar, Jesse Thistle will be a part of this event. His debut memoir, "From the Ashes: My Story of Being Metis, Homeless, and Finding My Way", has garnered critical acclaimed and quickly rose to be an instant best-seller in Canada. This year, Jesse's memoir is nominated for the 2020 CBC Canada Reads short-list. *TICKETS ARE LIMITED* From the Ashes is a remarkable memoir about hope and resilience, and a revelatory look into the life of a Métis-Cree man who refused to give up. During this event, attendees will learn how to make a difference in northern Indigenous communities across Canada. For more information on True North Aid, please visit our website: For more information on Jesse, visit: Jesse's memoir will be on sale at the event as well as other items sold by local Indigenous vendors.  
Seaway Coworking
310 Bagot Street
K7M 3E8

Community Event - Windsor/Leamington - Corned Beef Dinner at Bedford United Church

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 02/25/2020 - 15:21
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Saturday, March 14 from 5pm to 7pm. Tickets are $16.00 per adult and $8.00 under 12 years. Served with potatoes, cabbage, onions, dessert, coffee or tea...come and start the celebration early! Tickets are available at the door (cash only) and take out is available as well. There is lots of parking in the rear of the building off Russell St and our building is fully accessible. Make sure to wear your green!
Bedford United Church
3340 Sandwich St
N9C 1B1

Community Event - Niagara - St. Catharines Art Association "Spring Into Art"

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 02/25/2020 - 15:18
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The St.Catharines Art Association presents it's 1st Annual "Spring Into Art" Show at the First Grantham United Church, 415 Linwell Rd. On March 28 & 29, 2020. Admission is FREE, Parking is FREE. Times: Sat. 10-4, Sun. 12-4. Show and Silent Auction.
First Grantham United Church
415 Linwell Rd. St.Catharines
L2P 1K7

Community Event - Windsor/Leamington - Contemporary Artists of Colour: Responsive Writing

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Event Website/Tickets  

A special workshop in collaboration with Talysha Bujold-Abu, Gallery Manager & Membership Coordinator of the Arts Council, Windsor Region, this ekphrastic (responsive writing) writing workshop is a celebration of contemporary artists of colour. Our two-hour workshop will present an artist’s work without context followed by a written response to the art guided by a writing prompt (any style of writing is welcome in response to the art – poetry, scene, dialogue, free-write, etc.), and then a discussion about the artist, the history of his/her/they work, and sharing of the written work. We will offer information about the artists so writers can further interact and respond to the art beyond the workshop. The intention of this workshop is to engage with visual art through writing and discussion. Bujold-Abu’s expertise with contemporary artists of colour will enable writers to discover new artists, to learn about these artist’s rich creative lives, to write in response to this art, and finally to celebrate the intersection of visual art and writing with contemporary artists of colour. Contemporary Artists of Colour – Responsive Writing Workshop Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020 6:30pm – 8:30pm Teachers: Talysha Bujold-Abu & Vanessa Shields Cost: $30.00 – or if you bring a friend $50.00 per pair. ***Please let us know that you’re coming in a pair via your registration email. Thank you! Register by Friday, June 19th, 2020. For information on how to register, please CLICK HERE.

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Gertrude’s Writing Room ⋅ 519-999-2314 ⋅

Gertrude’s Writing Room

1899 Niagara St  Windsor, ON N8Y 1K3 Canada
Gertrudes Writing Room
Gertrude’s Writing Room 1899 Niagara St Windsor, ON
N8Y 1K3

Community Event - Windsor/Leamington - International Women's Day: Artist Panel Discussion

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 02/25/2020 - 14:22
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Join host Vanessa Shields for an intimate conversation with a panel of local women artists followed by a meet & chat in the bookstore! The line-up: Talysha Bujold-Abu, Alley Biniarz, Gwen Aube, Justine Dowsett, Jenn Sadai ,Kate Hargreaves, Aimee Parent Dunn, Samantha Badaoa. Books for sale and signing available. This is a free event! Light refreshments included!


1520 Wyandotte St E  Windsor, N9A 3L2  Phone: 5199682206
1520 Wyandotte St E
N9A 3L2

Community Event - Burlington/Oakville - In Conversation with Comm. Robinson & Dr. Duhamel

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Join us on the evening of March 5 for a conversation with Commissioner Qajag Robinson and Dr. Karine Duhamel.  Commissioner Qajag Robinson and Dr. Karine Duhamel will co-present on the National Inquiry into the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls report titled Reclaiming Power and Place. Event Agenda 6:00pm Doors Open 6:30pm Opening Remarks 7:00pm Presentation 7:45pm Q&A 8:15pm Closing Remarks *no filming or recording of the event.
Lecture Hall S235 - Sheridan College (Trafalgar Campus)
1430 Trafalgar Road
L6H 2L1