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Walking Program From February 14, 2018 to March 28, 2018

At Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre

Pick up time will start at 9:00am for those needing transportation for 10:00 am program

If you would like to attend, please contact Hannah Hill or Crystal Maracle at 613-967-3603

**Limited Spacing— Transportation waitlist currently started **

CARA Program - Beading From February 14, 2018 to May 23, 2018

Every Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

(Projects may vary from week to week)
CYC Building (Old Library), 1644 York Road
All Welcome

Supplies available or you may bring your own

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call, Cassie Thompson @ 613-967-0122 or by email

Chase the Ace! From February 28, 2018 to June 28, 2018

On-going at Kanhiote Library

Tickets $2 each - for a weekly draw, held at 7:00 pm, every Wednesday night

Winner MUST claim winnings and ‘Chase the Ace’ for the progressive pot within 24 hrs. of weekly draw.

Draws are done on Facebook Live @Kanhiote)

Note: weekly draw 25% of that weeks ticket sales, progressive is 25% added weekly until someone draws the Ace of Spades

Syrup Making - FNTI From February 28, 2018 to April 01, 2018

Are you 12 - 17 years old and interested in learning the Maple tree tapping and syrup making process?

Join US at FNTI (3 Old York Road)

We will begin on the first weekend that sap is running.

There are only 12 - 15 spots available!!

Contact Stephen Green to register, or call 613-396-2122, ext 168

CARA Program - Ball Hockey From March 01, 2018 to April 26, 2018

Looking for interested folks to play ball hockey. If enough interest ball hockey would start Thursday nights the end of March beginning of April. Please call if interested.

Its all just for fun—All skill level welcome

Equipment required: hockey gloves & stick 

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call, Cassie Thompson @ 613-967-0122 or by email

Men's Circle From March 06, 2018 to May 30, 2018

 Tuesday evenings
Little House, 1644 York Rd.
Facilitator - Greg Loft
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
Britta Gaddes, NNADAP Worker, ext. 125
Cherylann Brant, ICWW, ext. 148

“My Kanyen’keha:ka Self” INFORMATION SERIES From March 10, 2018 to April 14, 2018

All Sessions from 12 - 2 pm

March 10: Mohawk People at Tyendinaga: The Past, Present, Future
March 31: Truth & Reconciliation...and How does this affect me?

April 14: Indigenous Language Revitalization: The Importance of Our Original Languages

Facilitator: Iehnhotonkwas Bonnie Jane Maracle From the Wolf Clan, Mohawk Nation, Haudenosaunee community at Tyendinaga, is a Lecturer and Learning Strategist from University of Toronto; resident of Tyendinaga Territory; Board member of Tsi Tyonnheht Onkwawenna.

Donations accepted in any amount going directly into the Mohawk Immersion Building Fund

For more information on sessions, contact: Bonnie Jane Maracle

Creation Story Teachings From March 22, 2018 to April 20, 2018

with Aronhiaiens Herne

Aronhiaies has been speaking with youth and communities across Turtle Island about Haudenosaunee culture and language since the age of 16. As a Kanyen’keha:ka storyteller from Akwesasne, Aronhiaies shares teachings of cultural awareness, sensitivity and preservation, as well as the stories and legends of his people. He is also a condoled Sub Chief under the Tehanakarine title and has been counselling with the Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs since the age of 19.

EVERY Thursday & Friday….6 – 9 pm for 5 weeks

March 22 – 23
March 29 – 30
April 5 – 6
April 12 – 13
April 19 – 20
for more information or to register contact: Cherylann Brant, Good Minds Program 613-967-0122 ext 148, 

Reiki Certification Training From March 24, 2018 to April 07, 2018

Level 1 – Saturday March 24, 10am – 5pm
Orange Lodge, 1807 York Rd
Level 2 – Saturday April 7, 10am – 5pm
Teaching Lodge, CWC
Seats are limited so be sure to call and register!
Rei – Universal Life
Ki - Energy
Reiki is an ancient Japanese healing art for balancing organs and body systems. It promotes self-healing, releases blocked/supressed energies or emotions, reduces stress, and promotes comfort and well-being. Reiki is administered by “laying on hands” and is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one’s “life force energy” is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy.

for more information or to register contact:

Cherylann Brant, Good Minds Program

613-967-0122 ext 148,


Resilience from our Roots: You are Creation March 25, 2018

with Beverly Kiohawiton Cook

1 – 3pm

Beverly is Wolf clan from Akwesasne. This mother, grandmother, and Family Nurse Practitioner, who is currently involved in the Tribal Council of Akwesasne, will be bringing her signature lecture… “Resilience from our Roots: You are Creation” to Tyendinaga. Beverly uses our Haudenosaunee Creation Story as a foundation to connect humans to the spirit beings in Skyworld, and to describe what is necessary for life to be designed, created and supported. You do not want to miss this critical exploration of Creation Story as Beverly relates it to reproduction, roles and responsibilities

for more information or to register contact: Cherylann Brant, Good Minds Program 613-967-0122 ext 148, 

Achieving First Nation Health System Transformation in Ontario March 26, 2018

10:00 am to 2:00 pm (lunch and snacks provided)

At the Mohawk Community Bingo (formerly Orange Lodge), 1825 York Rd

The focus of the First Nation Health Engagement Session is to provide a forum to discuss and identify the structural and systemic changes required to make the present health system more responsive, culturallyappropriate and effective for First Nations People. This session will include an overview of health transformation and why it is necessary, a summary of the currently health system and a facilitated discussion focused on the current gaps and challenges leading to the identification of potential changes and improvements that should be made to achieve transformative change for First Nations Health.

If you are interested in attending please RSVP with Community Wellbeing Social Reception at (613)967-0122 so that we can ensure that we have numbers for catering. 

Tyendinaga Mohawk Council Meeting March 26, 2018

Local business meeting will begin at 7:00 pm

Deadline for agenda items: Monday March 19, 2018 at Noon

Community Circle From March 26, 2018 to March 27, 2018

Join us in creating your own photo on wood plaque Megan Hill will be co-facilitating our circle as she has created many signs/pieces of her own.

We will supply all necessary wood, decorations and tools! We just ask that when you register you bring your photo so we can enlarge it for you.

Boards will be roughly 8x10 so you may choose to cover the whole board with an 8x10 photo or use a 5x7 and have space to add stencils or decorations.

Please let us know your choice of size when registering .

Registration for circle:      Community Wellbeing Centre - Health Reception
Open: March 8th, 2018 @ 8:30 am

Close: March 21st, 2018

Registration is $5.00 per person

Any questions please call  Nicole 613 967-0122 x 139

Kanhiote Library - Soup Day March 28, 2018

March 28th 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. come in and get a delicious bowl of soup, and roll $5. Include a dessert for $1!

Kanyen'kéha Tewatá:ti - Lets speak Mohawk

Onón:tar - Soup

Nikana'tará:' - Bun

Wisk - Five

Talking Circle for At-home End-of-life Supports March 28, 2018

Elder’s Lodge, 301 Bayshore Road, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory,*3–8pm
Please come and share your knowledge and teachings about later-life health supports, traditions, accommodations, and address gaps in palliative care processes for Indigenous residents who are in their last year of life and wish to die at home. Your ideas and strategies will bridge the gaps between the current palliative care system and a desired system of respectful Indigenous integration.
For more information please contact Dr. Terri-lynn Brennan, Inclusive Voices Incorporated, at 613-484-9019 or email
Do you have a loved one nearing end-of-life who wants to stay at home and be supported in a good way? Then your voice is needed for this conversation!
*If you wish to join in a shared meal during our discussion from 5 to 6pm, please email or call to ensure the caterer has prepared enough food.
If you need special transportation arrangements, please contact terri.brennan@

Memory Cafe March 29, 2018

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.

2:00 - 3:30pm

Teaching Lodge at the Community Wellbeing Centre

50 Meadow drive, TMT

Refreshments provided

Transportation available

To register or if you require transportation please contact: Hannah Hill 613-967-3603 

Medicine Bag Workshop March 29, 2018

Workshop for Anyone 19+, Children 12+ may attend with an adult 19+

Come and learn about the significance, and benefits of medicine bags. You will create your own medicine bag yourself.

Facilitated by Kevin Kunkel from Helping Hands: Youth and Adult Advocate

Tahatikonhsontontie Head Start, 9 Deserontyon Drive

Please call or email to register Tracey Gazley, at 613-438-0065; to register.

Limited number of spaces available

Bake Sale - Kanhiote Library March 30, 2018

9 am - 2 pm Pies, cookies, tarts, cupcakes and MORE

at Kanhiote Library, 1658 York Road (upper floor)

Annual Sadie's Walk March 30, 2018

8 AM

Please join us.

Community Wellbeing Centre 50 Meadow Drive Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory.

Annual community walk for the education and prevention of diabetes.

Please note- in order for the walk to be completed in a timely fashion, plan on beginning no later than 9 am. This allows organizers to completed door prize draws. 

Sharing Cultures From March 30, 2018 to March 31, 2018

Join us as we welcome the Canadian Tamil Congress and CFLI with a cultural exchange of language, foods, music and dance.
10:00 am to 2:30 (approx) pm both days
Day 1 will be sharing our culture with learning stations, lunch and drumming/dancing. Day 2 will be Dances/Drumming and Tamil Heritage Speech, Lunch and Crafts & Games.
Mohawk Community Centre, 1807 York Road, Tyendinaga
This event is free and open to everyone. Traditioinal clothing encouraged.

Wampum Workshop From April 03, 2018 to April 04, 2018

April 3rd & 4th, 2018, 9:00—3:00

Sign up to make a miniature wampum belt!

This workshop will run for two full days and each participant will be able to choose the pattern they would like to make. Participants will also take their loom home for future use!

Register at the Community Wellbeing Centre—Health Side
Registration is $20.00 per person

Registration opens: March 22nd@8:30 am Health Reception

Any questions please call Nicole 613-967-0122 ext. 139

Community Volunteer Income Tax Program From April 07, 2018 to April 28, 2018

The CVITP program is intended for eligible individuals who have a modest income and a simple tax situation.

Various dates available - call to book an appointment Linda Downey, 613-391-2619

The following dates are available for Tax Clinics to be held at the Community Wellbeing Centre.

Saturday, April 7th 9:30 – 3

Saturday, April14th 9:30 – 3

Thursday, April 19th 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Thursday, April 26th 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Saturday, April 28th 9:30 – 3 

Summer Body Boot Camp From April 16, 2018 to May 28, 2018

6 week program includes:

2 nights a week, 45 minute boot camp
a private facebook group to chat, share and ask questions
Challenges each day
Chances to win weekly prizes

Recipe Sharing and much MORE!

cost: $30

Contact: 613) 962-2822 
14 York Road Unit #1&2B

Cancer Talking Circle April 19, 2018

This supportive circle is centered around a group-directed discussion held at the Community Wellbeing Centre, Teaching Lodge.

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

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: Melanie Gray, (613) 967-0122 x 102

Learn to Run April 30, 2018

at Tyendinaga Fitness Resource Centre

5:00 - 6:00 pm

1 run with Sonya and 2 runs on your own, a week.

Register now! cost $20 for the 8 weeks program.

613) 962-2822 

ABC Fair and Kindergarten Registration May 16, 2018

Celebrating Families with Children Birth to 6

Adult family members with children 0-6 years of age are invited to our Community Event which will be a free fun-filled afternoon of screens and activities!! (Older siblings welcome)


Quinte Mohawk School

More info to follow!!

Please call Nicole Loft @ 613-396-6716 or Tracey Gazley @ 613-438-0065 if you have any questions