Kawennaón:we, 8011 York Road (old 59érs Hall),
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 • email@example.com • facebook: TTOKenhteke
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, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cherylann Brant, ICWW, ext. 148, email@example.com
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
Join our group each Wednesday evening to inspire and motivate each other!
No instructor, no fees, no pressure! - just fun & support!
7-9 pm @ Kanhiote.
Call Kelly-Anne at 613-967-6264
Quinte Mohawk School
Every Thursday night starting February 7th, 2019
SOFT LAX (2015/16) and PAPERWEIGHT (2014/15), 5 - 6 pm
TYKE (2012/13) and NOVICE (2010/11) 6 - 7 pm
PEEWEE (2008/09) and BANTAM (2004/05) 7 - 8 pm
MIDGET (2006/07) 8 - 9 pm
STICK, GLOVES and INDOOR SHOES required
CLINIC NIGHTS ARE FREE
The following dates are available for Tax Clinics:
|Thursday – 5:30 to 7:30 pm||Saturday – 9:30 am to 3 pm|
|March 28th||March 30th|
|April 4th||April 6th|
The CVITP program is intended for eligible individuals who have a modest income and a simple tax situation. To book an appointment please contact: Malory Maracle @ Social Reception 613-967-0122
Modest income In general, you have a modest income if based on your family size, your total family income is less than the amount shown in the chart below.
Confirm these amounts with your local community organization as their amounts may be different.
Chart: suggested income levels
|Family size||Total family income|
|more than 5 persons||$52,500 plus $2,500 for each additional person|
Simple tax situation
In general, your tax situation is simple if you have no income or if your income comes from these sources:
Your tax situation is not simple if you:
Eksa’o kón:’a Child Care Centre
Mohawk Community Centre, 1-4 PM
Mohawk Community Center
Come and enjoy an evening with Nancy’s Book Creations as she teaches us to make word books!
ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST REGISTER, please choose 1 book options when registering Love, Home or Family.
Fee is $5.00 non-refundable at time of registration.
Social Reception - CWC - 9:00am
If you require more information please contact: Allison Brant 613-967-0122 extn#139 **
All participants must be 16 years of age and older**
Spaces are limited, Registration fills fast
Local business meeting will begin at 7:00 pm
Deadline for agenda items: Monday March 18, at Noon
The Family Well-Being Program is excited to offer a Messy-fun, Family-Friendly Community event!
Register today to come spend some quality time with others!!
Please wear “Paint” clothing and bring aprons! This is a messy activity!!
All materials will be provided. Supper will be served
To register or for more information please call/text or email
Tracey Gazley, at 613-438-0065; email@example.com
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
Push for Life - Canadian Red Cross
Full Certification Course
50 Meadow Dr., TMT
9 am - 4:30 pm
Question? Contact Denise Leafe
Bus will be leaving the Community Wellbeing Centre at 4PM and arriving back at approximately 1AM.
We will be stopping once on the way there and once on the way back, any snacks/food will be on your own.
PLEASE SEE CASSIE TO SIGN UP @ Community Wellbeing
There are 56 seats available ON THE BUS. On registration you MUST let Cassie know if you are taking the bus or driving.
LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS AVAILABLE
Deadline To Register - March 1, 2019
There will be a fee of $20/family OR $10/individual that will need to be PAID to ensure your spot, this fee will be returned upon departure for Community Wellbeing (non-refundable if you do not attend)
10am - 5pm
Mohawk Community Centre, 1807 York Road, Tyendinaga, ON
• Free lunch, PIG ROAST by Mr. Hamhocks • Haircut and shave • Massage • Man gifts and baskets • Reiki/reflexology• Seer/Elder AL Doxtator• Games• AMAZING Prizes• Learn to lye corn with ash • Free Gently Used Clothes• Maple on the rez
ALL SERVICES FREE !! FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
FNTI, Tontakaié:rine (Tyendinaga Justice Circle) and the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General
For more information:
SHANNONB@FNTI.NET OR 613.396.2122 EXT. 166
come help us celebrate!
FREE Family Dinner & Dance - HAWAIIAN THEME
all children must be accompanied by an adult
Dinner: 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Dance: 7-10 pm
MBQ Offices will be closed Friday April 19 and Monday April 22 to observe the Easter holiday.
Offices will reopen Tuesday April 23.