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Ovide Caribou will be offering teachings, conducting ceremony for the animals and blessing the food and feast.
Participants will learn to create a 14-inch hand drum from elk hide, with drumsticks.
Registration is limited. Please register early.
We are having the first meeting of the newly elected Executive next Monday, March 13 at 4:15pm in our new office space
Come down to 421 Mulvey Avenue East,, just south of the Osborne Street Station, and take the elevator to the 3rd Floor.
Parking is along the sides of the building.
We will be having a light nosh before the meeting and a tour afterward.
Interested in being part of ACE? Come to a meeting...Can't make it in person? You can call or SKYPE!
ACE is partnering with KAIROS Canada to present a "Train the Facilitator" Workshop of the new Manitoba-focused KAIROS Blanket Exercise
The Workshop begins on Friday evening with the Blanket Exercise and end with a full day workshop to train participants in the method of the KAIROS Blanket Exercise,
Participants must attend both days.
We have a number of Workshops coming up this Spring.
We have confirmed our "Train the Facilitator" Workshop in the new Manitoba-centric Blanket Exercise.
It begins the evening of Friday, March 17th, with the Blanket Exercise and continues all day Saturday, March 18, 2017 with the teachings and training. Refreshments and a hot lunch are included. Please be kind to the environment and bring your travel mugs and water bottles.
The 14th Annual Conference kicks off tomorrow with a Pipe Ceremony, led by Alison Cox.
Alison encourages other pipe carriers and well as others who would like to attend to join her in the Greenwood Ball Room at the Best Western Winnipeg Airport Hotel, 1715 Wellington Avenue in Winnipeg.
The Conference opens at 9 with a Blessing and a Keynote by Dr. Myra Laramee.
A.C.E. will keep you abreast of the activities and events of interested to those interested in Aboriginal perspectives in education.