2020 Semi Annual Wadrihwa
The Wadrihwa was first published by the Woodland Cultural Centre in 1985 and remained a treasured resource for Indigenous culture, art and history for all of the surrounding communities. The newsletter was known for sharing the stories of the Centre and keeping the community engaged in all of the incredible programming available. We are excited to revive Wadrihwa and aim to give you a direct line into the programs and events happening here at the Centre.
The word “Wadrihwa” is a Cayuga word meaning “Spread the Word” or “Spread the News” and we hope this this Newsletter will be a resource used by many to help us do that.
38 Children’s Language Books
Tanya Talaga at the Sanderson Centre
Indigenous Art 2020 Call for Artists
Save the Evidence Updates
Quilt of Belonging comes to Woodland Cultural Centre
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2018/19 Annual Report
We invite all of our supporters, sponsors, and community members to view our Annual Report.
Save the Evidence Newsletter
In 2013, major roof leaks caused significant and costly damage to the building. With such large costs to repair the building, the Woodland Cultural Centre conducted several Community Consultations to gauge the level of support from the community. The results were overwhelming, with more than 98% in support of the restoration of the Mohawk Institute.
The Save The Evidence fundraising campaign was launched in response. Its goal is to raise the necessary funds for repairs and renovations to ensure the physical evidence of the dark history of Residential Schools in Canada is never forgotten.
To find out how you can make a difference to the campaign, check out our How You Can Help page.