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Events

Training, Skills Enhancement, & Career Advancement From to January 31, 2019

FREE!

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 Telehandler

Þ Rigging & Hoisting

Þ WHMIS

 

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

To learn more or ask questions about upcoming training, please contact
Ken Sparks
Administration office:
613-396-3424 ext. 151
Cell #  613-827-2562

Email : training@mbq-tmt.org

 

 

 


Walking Program From October 02, 2018 to January 29, 2019

Every Tuesday

Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre

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


MBQ Water Monitoring Schedule From October 02, 2018 to December 22, 2018

The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Drinking Water Safety Program is back for Fall and Winter water sampling.

Many of the homes in Tyendinaga require treatment systems using UV lights, chlorine, peroxide and other types of disinfection. With scheduled water sampling, we can monitor whether these systems are operating effectively and that if you are consuming your water that it is safe to do so.

Health Canada recommends that you have your water checked each season and we are hoping that with the continuing level of participation we will be able to provide water sampling services for the community year round.

We will be in these areas on these dates but we do encourage and welcome appointments to better accommodate everyone’s schedule.

To book an appointment to have your water tested please contact Sam in the Water Department at 613-396-3424 Ext.131 watersampling@mbq-tmt.org or Liz Brant at 613-396-3424 ext.129 for Further information on the program

Date/Month October November December
1st to 15th 
Ridge Road
Homeland Drive
Lower Slash Road
Wyman’s Road
Beach Road
Snookies Road
Queen Street
Atsia Court
Shannonville Road
Tom’s Road
Young Street
Highway 49
Bell’s Road
Mowbray’s Road
Old Highway #2
North Church Lane 
16th to Month’s End
Airport Road
Cedar Glen
Gordon’s Road
Gussy’s Lane
Sero’s Road
Johnson’s Lane
York Road
South Eli’s Lane
Old York Road 
Milltown Road
Norway’s Road
Mark’s Road
Upper Slash Road


Seasonal Celebrations From October 20, 2018 to May 18, 2019

Kawennaón:we, 8011 York Road (old 59érs Hall),

11-3pm

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 • tto@kenhteke.org • facebook: TTOKenhteke


Men's Circle From November 06, 2018 to March 26, 2019

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,  nnadap@mbq-tmt.org

                                               Cherylann Brant, ICWW, ext. 148,  icww@mbq-tmt.org

 

 


Monthly Moon Lodge From November 23, 2018 to June 17, 2019

Women Gathering, Sharing and Learning Together

Come prepared for Sweatlodge:
Skirt, towel, bottle of water, Feast basket, Nutritious food to share (small portion)

 

Upcoming Dates

  • Dec 22
  • Jan. 21
  • Feb. 19
  • Mar. 21
  • April 19
  • May 18
  • June 17

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.                                                                                     

                               Tala Tootoosis

for additional information please contact: Cherylann Brant, 613-967-0122, icww@mbq-tmt.org


Flu Shots From November 27, 2018 to December 21, 2018

Flu shots are now available by appointment only

Recommended for anyone 6 months of age and up

Please call Michele Edwards, Community Health Nurse

613-967-3603 to make an appointment

Thank you for protecting yourself, your family and our community

Working together to keep Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Flu free

Community Wellbeing Centre

50 Meadow Drive, TMT


Santa's Livingroom From November 27, 2018 to December 21, 2018

AT

89D Jim Kimmett Blvd, Napanee

Come and Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and cookies

Enter a colouring contest.

Have your pictures taken with Santa (ready to take home)

Cost per photo or all pictures put on memory stick

Proceeds will go to support

Gift Bags for Kids                                                                 

 

Nov 16thto Dec 21th2018HOURS

Friday      -  4 to 9 pm

Saturday - 1 to 6 pm

Sunday    - 1 to 6 pm

 

sponsored by:

Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte

Speedway Gas

 


Bridge Construction Certificate Course From November 27, 2018 to January 31, 2019

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!

Location:  LiUNA Training Centre ~ Cobourg, ON
Program Length: 6 Weeks
Start Date:  February 18, 2019

Cost:  FREE (including salary, accommodations & travel)

For More Information Contact:
Ken Sparks, Training Coordinator
Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte
613-396-3424 ext. 151
Cell #  613-827-2562

Email : training@mbq-tmt.org

 

 


Rez Walk From December 01, 2018 to February 28, 2019

Registration required

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

 


Winter Family Time Activity Challenge From December 03, 2018 to January 14, 2019

FREE TO PARTICIPATE - GIVEAWAYS AND PRIZES!!

The Family Well-Being and the Family Health and Child Development would like to encourage Families to make Family time a priority this Winter and we want to hear all about it beginning  December 3rd, 2018 and ending January 14, 2019 

This challenge will be without screen time and will be technology free. (other than your camera)

Definition of Family for this event;   two parents, single-parent, grandparents, guardians, foster parents, kinship parents with a child or children and/or a group of persons of common ancestry with a child or children.

YOU MUST REGISTER (see registration details at bottom of page)

Who:  Families (as defined above) residing within Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
When:  December 3, 2018 to January 14, 2019
Time:  A minimum of 1 activities to a maximum of 3 activities per week

Where:  Family chooses where, how, when and what

We will have a wrap up event on Tuesday January 22 from 5:00-7:00 (details to be determined)

More details will be provided upon registration

Brought to you by the Family Well-Being & Family Health and Child Development Programs

To register for this event call, text or email Tracey Gazley
at 613-438-0065; traceyg@mbq-tmt.org
**Limited spaces available**

 


Tyendinaga Mohawk Council Meeting December 17, 2018

Regular business meeting begins at 9:30 am

Deadline for agenda items: Monday December 10 at 12:00 noon


Diabetes Wellness Circle December 18, 2018

Diabetes Education Program

Cordially Invites You to Our

Diabetes Wellness Circle

December 18, 2018
6:30-8:00 PM
Teaching lodge, Community Wellbeing

Christmas Bingo!!!

Come join us for some laughing, learning and sharing.

For more information

Shelly Brant 613 967 3603

 


Memory Cafe December 20, 2018

This month we will have special guest Marleen Murphy from Millside ceramics. Participants will get to paint witch hats or pumpkin candle holders **limited to 15 participants**

 *Gentle Movement*

2:00 - 3:30pm
CWC - Teaching Lodge 50 Meadow Drive, Tyendinaga Territory
 
Refreshments provided
Transportation available
 
To register or request transportation please contact: Hannah Hill 613-967-3603, ext. #166 


Drinking Water Safety Program Focus Group From January 01, 2019 to January 12, 2019

Watch for announcements!

Drinking Water Safety Program Focus Group

Coming up January 2019

This meeting and group are open toanyone interested in taking part.

Topics are related to drinking water (specific topics to be announced)

A dinner will be provided.


Tyendinaga Mohawk Council Meeting January 07, 2019

Regular business meeting begins at 9:30 am

Deadline for agenda items: Thursday January 3 at 12:00 noon


Tyendinaga Mohawk Council Meeting January 15, 2019

Local business meeting begins at 7:00 pm

Deadline for agenda items: Tuesday January 8 at 12:00 noon


Self-Employment Training Course January 15, 2019

Everything you need to know when starting a business!

Begins January 15, 2019

9am—3pm

This course runs every Tuesday and Wednesday for 5 consecutive weeks. It ends February 13, 2019. It will be held at Kanhiote Library.

Week 1—     Branding & Website

Week 2–     Target Market, Competition and Marketing Plan

Week 3—    Bookkeeping & Accounting, Cash Flow Statements, Budgets & Pricing

Week 4—    Business Plan

Week 5—    Business Plan & Tradeshow

SPACE IS LIMITED!

 

Contact Renee Brant to register at 613-396-3424 or reneeb@mbq-tmt.org


Winter Prenatal Classes From January 17, 2019 to February 07, 2019

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

Call Michele Edwards, Community Health Nurse

At 613-967-3603

Snacks provided

Partners/Support Person are welcome!!

 


Tyendinaga Mohawk Council Meeting January 21, 2019

Regular business meeting begins at 9:30 am

Deadline for agenda items: Tuesday January 15 at 12:00 noon


Learn to Snowshoe! January 27, 2019

Lets Learn to Snowshoe together

¨ Its Fun
¨ Keeps us active
¨ Great way to spend Family time
 
10:00am till 12:00pm
Community Wellbeing Centre
 
For more information
613 967 3603
Jodi or Shelly

 

If you don't have snow shoes, we do!!
If you have snowshoes bring them!!
Lets enjoy a warm cup of coco after!!

 

 

 

 


Tyendinaga Mohawk Council Meeting January 28, 2019

Local business meeting begins at 7:00 pm

Deadline for agenda items: Monday January 21 at 12:00 noon


Family Day Snowshoeing February 18, 2019

Time: 9:30am-12:30pm

Come & enjoy snowshoeing with your family
* Lunch provided

* Snowshoes available

Location: Offsite, please call for details, possible transportation available

Registration Required

Contact  Jodi or Shelly for Details 613-967-3603

 

 


A Musical Revue February 23, 2019

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.

Saturday, February 23rd, at 2:00 p.m.
Macaulay Heritage Park  (Church),
23 Church St., Picton.

 

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.