Þ Drivers Education/Collision Prevention
Þ CPR/First Aid
Þ Construction Craft Worker
Þ Working at Heights
Þ Bridge Construction
Þ Traffic Controller
Þ Genie Boom/Scissor Lift
Þ Rigging & Hoisting
All Training opportunities are provided to Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte band members as part of the Developing Our Future-Phase III
Þ training is based on demands & trends
Þ we want to hear your training needs
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
10 - 11 am
Pick up time will start at 9:00 am for those needing transportation
If you would like to attend and or if you need transportation, please contact:
CHR's Hannah or Crystal at 613-967-3603
Kawennaón:we, 8011 York Road (old 59érs Hall),
October 20 – Harvest
January 19 – Mid-Winter
March 23 – Maple
May 18 – Strawberry
Join us in celebration as we sing, dance, create and learn! These events will be open to everyone.
Details coming soon…
For more information, contact TTO 613-970-3045 • email@example.com • facebook: TTOKenhteke
Enyonkwa'nikonhriyohake' building (old library) 1644 York Road.
Opportunity for men to experience and learn in a safe and respectful environment.
Every circle is opened with ceremonial fire and tobacco burning.
Some things you can look forward to: Wampum Commitment Strings, Men’s Roles and Responsibilities, Cultural Teachings, Cultural & Seasonal Projects, Sweat Lodge & Fasting Teachings ……and much more!
for more information contact: Good Minds Program, 613-967-0122
Britta Gaddes, NNADAP Worker, ext. 125, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cherylann Brant, ICWW, ext. 148, email@example.com
Women Gathering, Sharing and Learning Together
Our indigenous women are awakened and rising. The moons that have come have been huge and have created shifts within us because we are connected to the moon. Grandmother moon is a representation as well of the power that exists in us women as life givers. The light and dark of the woman in the red dress represents that we indigenous women are not just ongoing missing and being murdered; we are creating a new balance. We are lawyers, doctors, judges, amazing single mothers, amazing wives, amazing teachers and we are reclaiming our language and culture at an alarming rate. The trauma we experienced was not subtle, so awakening will not be subtle either, you will feel the movement like a volcanic rumble within you…we are rising and it will only get better for our bloodlines.
for additional information please contact: Cherylann Brant, 613-967-0122, firstname.lastname@example.org
Earn While You Learn
FREE for qualified Indigenous participants
The LiUNA Training Centre offers a Bridge Construction program where trainees will learn to construct and install footing forms by establishing starting points and learning to cut and install side boards, as well as, aligning and supporting forms. Trainees will learn how to install spreaders and ties on various structures. The Heavy Civil Sector represents some of the following areas of construction; bridge building, subway and tunnel work. The program will also encompass the erection of columns and piers, construction of ramps, runways, building beams, the building of bridge abutments and girders. Trainees will learn to use tube and clamp scaffolding to perform their work.
Training also includes:
Scissor Lift/Genie Boom/Skid Steer/Forklift/Mini Excavator/Ground Disturbance/First Aid & Standard CPR
Be trained and ready to work when the Skyway Bridge construction begins in Spring 2019!
Cost: FREE (including salary, accommodations & travel)
Email : email@example.com
DECEMBER 3-21 2018
Visit Community Wellbeing Centre (health reception), 50 Meadow Dr TMT during regular business hours to pick up your team package. Once information is returned, a pedometer will be given.
REZ WALK OFFICIALLY BEGINS JAN 1/19
Open to all community members! Youth encouraged to participate. Prizes, information and fun. Challenge friends and family.
Who will cross the finish line first? Don’t miss out!
More info? Call Denise Leafe 613-967-3603 ext. 128
QuickBooks Online 1: Show Me the Money! (Focus on Sales and Invoicing)
Jan 17, 2019 – 9am to 12pm, CWC Teaching Lodge
QuickBooks Online 2: I Spent How Much? (Focus on Expenses & Reporting)
Jan 24, 2019 – 9am to 12pm, CWC Teaching Lodge
Presenter: Peggy Seville CPA, CGA, H.B.Com, is an accountant with over 20 years of experience producing results and solving problems in large and small organizations.
Learn how to use QuickBooks Online to track your sales and expenses and file your HST.
Learn from an Advanced Certified QuickBooks Online and Desktop Pro Advisor
LIMITED TO 12 PARTICIPANTS (per course)
To register please contact:
Renee Brant, Business Development Worker
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte
(613) 396-3424, Ext #138, firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Prenatal Classes beginning January 17th 2019 on Thursday evenings from
6-830pm for 4 weeks
Community Wellbeing Centre, Teaching Lodge
You must register by Jan 10th, 2019
Partners/Support Person are welcome!!
9 am - 4 pm
Join us and learn about lyeing white corn with wood ash and its nutritional benefits. We will also be making & enjoying corn soup for lunch!
Community Wellbeing Centre, Teaching Kitchen
Space is limited!!!
Call Shelly or Jodi to register
Regular business meeting begins at 9:30 am
Deadline for agenda items: Tuesday January 15 at 12:00 noon
1:30 - 3:30 pm
Vision boards are meant to motivate and inspire you towards your goals and dreams
To take part in a workshop, please call Carla at 613-396-6716 !
*The deadline to sign up, is the Friday before the workshop*
Workshops will be held at Tahatikonhsotontie Head Start
9 Deserontyon Drive, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Ontario, K0K 1X0
Lets Learn to Snowshoe together
Local business meeting begins at 7:00 pm
Deadline for agenda items: Monday January 21 at 12:00 noon
2 - 3:30 PM
Are you worried about your memory and eager to learn ways to boost your brain. Do you have early stage dementia? Join us while we discuss brain health, practice brain boost strategies and gentle movement.
ALL WELCOME - PLEASE JOIN US
January 31st, 2019, 2:00 - 3:30pm
CWC - Teaching Lodge
50 Meadow Drive, Tyendinaga Territory
To register or request transportation please contact: Hannah Hill 613-967-3603
* Snowshoes available
Location: Offsite, please call for details, possible transportation available
Contact Jodi or Shelly for Details 613-967-3603
6 - 8 PM
With Marlene Murphy
Make a beautiful friendship ball
Hosted by Red Cedars Shelter
Bring a friend, or family member and join us to have some laughs and visit with old friends
This workshop includes snacks and is open to the first 20 people who register.
Call Red Cedars Shelter to reserve a spot.
Register by February 18th.
Get out of the cold, spend time sharing laughs, lunch and learning together
Where: G-Tech Hall (behind old church beside Village Variety) corner of Hwy #2 and York Road
Indigenous Musicians from
Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory presents
??A MUSICAL REVUE ??
BROADWAY with TAYLOR MARIE COLE who keeps busy with musicals in Toronto, does choreography and teaches dance in her spare time.
COUNTRY & FOLK with JENNIFER BRANTwho has been performing for over 20 years across south eastern Ontario with her band Mustang.
"TE KONTI RENNAHKWA" "They Pick up the Songs" CARLENE SMARTand her women's group singing traditional songs, with rattles, that will have your toes tapping.
TICKETS $20.00 at the door only.
For further info call the Museum at 613-476-2148 ext. 2524 or Narda at 613-396-3863.
10 am - 4 pm, Mohawk Community Centre
Join us for a day of fun and relaxation
visit with seer's
and much more!!
For more information contact Sheila Stacey 613-967-2003