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Events

June at Kanhiote From June 01, 2017 to June 30, 2017

WIN a FREE BOOK

Adults could win a copy of The Education of Augie Merasty or Wab Kinew’s The Reason You Walk For Teens - The Outside Circle: Graphic Novel, and for kids - the First Nations Communities Read shortlisted tltle, Missing Nimama

Each Wednesday Night in June

STORYTELLING Traditional stories read and a related game or craft! Snacks and drinks will be offered

Friday June 30th

Showing the documentary “Colonization Roads” with comedian Ryan McMahon


Memory Cafe June 29, 2017

*Gentle Movement*

June 29th, 2017, 2:00 - 3:30pm Teaching Lodge at the Community Wellbeing Centre 50 Meadow drive, TMT

To register or for transportation please contact: Hannah Hill 613-967-3603


Outdoor Craft & Vendor Show From July 08, 2017 to September 09, 2017

Join us on: Saturday, July 8th, 2017 and Saturday, September 16th, 2017

9am - 2pm

Lacrosse Box - 1935 York Road

ALL VENDORS WELCOME!

? Arts and Crafts

? Baked Goods

? Vegetables and Fruits

Contact Bonny (Bear) Maracle or Renee Brant at 613-396-3424 if you’d like to reserve a spot!

Vendor Spots are FREE! You must supply your own tables and chairs


Cancer Talking Circle July 13, 2017

Thursday July 13th 6:30-8PM

This supportive circle is centered around a group-directed discussion. Information around living with cancer will also be provided. 

This circle is open to anyone who is living with cancer or supporting someone who is living with cancer. Cancer survivors are also welcome

Teaching Lodge at the Community Wellbeing Centre

The circle will be facilitated by Dionne Nolan, Aboriginal Patient Navigator for the South East Regional Cancer Program & Carol Anne Maracle

Contact us for more information: Tracy Hill, Community Wellness Support Worker (613) 967-0122 x 146 


Cancer Talking Circle August 17, 2017

Thursday August 17th 6:30-8PM 

This supportive circle is centered around a group-directed discussion. Information around living with cancer will also be provided. 

This circle is open to anyone who is living with cancer or supporting someone who is living with cancer. Cancer survivors are also welcome

Teaching Lodge at the Community Wellbeing Centre

The circle will be facilitated by Dionne Nolan, Aboriginal Patient Navigator for the South East Regional Cancer Program & Carol Anne Maracle

Contact us for more information: Tracy Hill, Community Wellness Support Worker (613) 967-0122 x 146 


Mohawk Agricultural Fair From August 18, 2017 to August 20, 2017

Art contest "Memories of the fair" for the cover of the 2018 Fair Book

If you would like to Volunteer at the 2017 Mohawk Fair

Contact: MohawkAgSoc@gmail.com