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
Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre
10 - 11 am
Pick up time will start at 9:00 am for those needing transportation
MBQ Summer Camp
YONKWATA’KARÍ:TE: Summer Camp Ages: 8 to 11 - 30 Spaces (Must be 8 by December 31, 2019)
Dates: Monday, July 8 to Friday, August 16 (6 Weeks Available)
Registration Date: Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
Time: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm or until spaces are filled
Individuals (i.e. parent or other adult) may not sign up more than 1 family household at registration (children in the same immediate family household) For example: if you are registering your own child/children, you cannot also register your niece, nephew, cousin, neighbour, etc.
Please note: Spaces generally fill up within the first few hours.
Where: Teaching Lodge, Community Wellbeing Centre
Priority will be given to children whose PRIMARY RESIDENCE is on MBQ (Policy available at registration)
The fee structure will be based on weekly registration. Parents may pick which weeks to register their child for, on a first-come, first-served basis and will pay for those weeks only.
Fees for each week will be $50 per child, to be paid in cash only, no exceptions
**Space is not guaranteed until the fee is paid in full by the due date**
General Information for Summer Camp
Time : 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday excluding Holidays
Children will have an opportunity to participate in a variety of sports, crafts, games and field trips. They will develop relevant skills, co-operation and team work while having fun. The Yonkwata’kari:te Summer Camp provides children with a safe environment filled with interesting and challenging hands on activities
For Additional information Contact: Cassie Thompson 613-967-0122 ext 132 or Kayla Brant 613-438-6387
Please note Head Start will NOT be offering a Summer Learning Program this year
Please register at the Community Wellbeing Centre Social Reception.
$25.00 per person
For more information please contact
Allison Brant 613-967-0122
Provided by the Family Health & Child Development Program
To support ONWA’s Annual Mocc Walk for Diabetes Awareness and Prevention
Every WEDNESDAY beginning
1:00 – 3:00 pm
Meet at the Gazebo
Light Refreshments… Prizes ... Walk at your own pace
A Five Week Program Exploring the Roles and Responsibilities of Indigenous Men.
*Who should take Fathers of Tradition? Men over 18, men on probation, men in families, men wanting to learn more about traditional roles in community, men on a healing journey.
ALL DATES - 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, 1644 York Road (Enyonkwa'nikonhriyo:hake House)
Fathers of Tradition is one of the many training courses offered by the Wellbriety Training Institute.
Community Well Being Fathers of Tradition facilitators are Cherylann Brant & Britta Gaddes.
*Space is limited
For more information call Britta Gaddes (NNADAP Ex 125) or Cherylann Brant (Indigenous Community Wellness Worker Ex 148)
*Transportation support can be arranged
Community Wellbeing Teaching Lodge
24th - 2-7pm supper provided
25th 9am-4:30pm, lunch provided
26th 9am-4:30pm, lunch provided
MUSTBE WILL TO ATTEND ALL THREE DAYS!
Please register at CWB Social Reception with $30.00/person, non-refundable fee.
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Queen Anne Parish Hall
Lyme Disease—symptoms, prevention, remedies, etc.
Come learn how to protect yourself and your family!
Doors open @ 1:30pm Presentation @2:00pm
Door prizes, Lime Desserts & Margarita Punch!
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, practise brain boost strategies and gentle movement.
ALL WELCOME - PLEASE JOIN US *Gentle Movement*
2:00 - 3:30pm
CWC - Teaching Lodge 50 Meadow Drive, Tyendinaga Territory
To register or request transportation please contact: Hannah Hill 613-967-3603, ext. #166
Last Thursday of every month
YOU’RE INVITED TO AN Info session to learn about Healthy Living
JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF INFORMATION, GAMES, SNACKS & DOOR PRIZES
PRIZES INCLUDE: FIT BIT, BLUE TOOTH SPEAKER, HP PHOTO PRINTER, ACER TABLET & MORE
Mohawk Community Centre, 5:00pm-8:00pm
If you Pre-Register and attend you will receive 2 door prize ballots!
Register with Mallory Maracle @ Social Reception 613-967-0122 by May 23rd @ 4:00pm
Hosted by Community Wellbeing Programs
Details to be announced!