Community Calendar

Regularly scheduled weekly Cultural Programming 

Mondays:

Haudenosaunee Social (6 pm)

  • Learn more about Haudenosaunee culture through the sharing of a meal, stories, Elders wisdom, song, and water drumming. All nations are welcome. Non First Peoples are encouraged to bring a dish to share or a donation for the centre.

Tuesdays:

Men’s Empowerment Group (6 pm) – Hosted by Kelly Curley

  • Male-identifying individuals are welcome to come and engage in conversation about reducing violence against women and their responsibilities as men.

Wednesdays:

Community Luncheon (12 pm)

  • Join us for our weekly community luncheon open to all nations. Non First Peoples are encouraged to bring a potluck dish to share or a small donation for the meal

Women’s Healing Circle (6 pm)

  • Female identifying individuals are invited to join us for our weekly women’s healing circle. Conversation, stories, a meal, drumming, singing, and support are shared. Please bring a skirt to wear, a cup, and a drum/shakers if you have them.

Thursdays:

Powwow singing (6 pm)

  • All nations are welcomed to learn and share songs for powwow and join in conversation and a meal. Non First Peoples are encouraged to bring a dish to share or a donation for the centre.

Saturdays:

Anishnaabee language classes (1pm-3pm)

  • All ages are welcome to come learn the Anishnabee language (children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult). No previous knowledge or materials required. A meal will be shared during between Anishaabee and Cayuga classes.
  • No registration required – there is no cost for this program.

Cayuga language classes (10am-2pm)

  • All ages are welcome to come learn the Cayuga language (children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult). No previous knowledge materials required. A meal will be shared during between Cayuga and Anishinaabe classes.
  • No registration required – there is no cost for this program.

Sundays:

Specialized cultural workshops (ie. Moccasin making, drum making, beading, Sweat Lodge teachings, etc.) are usually held on Sundays. Please check the calendar below for more details.

If you have questions about the events, please contact us at healingofthesevengenerations@gmail.com.

Materials Workshops require registering, which can be done here.

Community Calendar

Other links:

Volunteering Opportunities

Circles and Healing Events

Seniors Events

First Peoples Healing Conference

Workshop Registrations