Save the Evidence Fall Campaign announces goal of $75,000 to complete construction

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All of us here at Woodland Cultural Centre are thrilled to announce that we are so close to raising our goal to complete the “Bricks and Morter” Restoration of the Mohawk Institute Residential School. “We just need to raise $75,000 more to complete the Phase 2 construction.”   Phase 1 saw the condemned site undergo… Read more »

Wadrihwa November 2020 Edition now available Digitally

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Wadrihwa November 2020 Edition now available Digitally   For everyone that is already subscribed to our E-Newsletter, check your email this afternoon for the new 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…. Read more »

Woodland Cultural Centre knows Giving Tuesday 2020 and a generous matching Donor will help them push them over the finish line to complete Phase 2 of “Save the Evidence”

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Woodland Cultural Centre knows Giving Tuesday 2020 and a generous matching Donor will help them push them over the finish line to complete Phase 2 of Construction of “Save the Evidence”   Woodland Cultural Centre is looking for community support this Giving Tuesday December 1, 2020 to help with the final phase of construction at… Read more »

Birth of a Family: Teióia’ks iakwateró:roks “We watch movies” Film Series

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Film Synopsis: In this deeply moving feature-length documentary, three sisters and a brother meet for the first time. Removed from their young Dene mother during the infamous Sixties Scoop, they were separated as infants and adopted into families across North America. Betty Ann, Esther, Rosalie, and Ben were only four of the 20,000 Indigenous Canadian… Read more »

Birth of a Family Online Film Screening

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“We grew up in white homes, speaking only English and with no connection to our people or our culture. Though we were loved, we were outsiders in families that had grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins that were not ours.” Betty Ann Adam Birth of a Family: Virtual Film Screening hosted by Woodland Cultural Centre October… Read more »

Orange Shirt Day Home Study Guide and Teachers Prepackage Now Available

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This year, our programming has had to adapt to the current COVID-19 restrictions. However, Orange Shirt Day must not be forgotten and we feel it’s critical for us to continue to educate about the importance of wearing orange on September 30th. Our Virtual Events are filling up quickly, both from schools and families at home…. Read more »

National Arts Centre announces Grand Acts of Theatre featuring “Continuance: Yonkwa’nikonhrakontáhkwen – our consciousness continues unchanged” by Kaha:wi Dance Theatre

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Get ready for Grand Acts of Theatre! Marking This Moment! The National Arts Centre (NAC) has engaged 11 companies from across Canada to create large-scale performances this Fall. Each show will be performed outdoors for live audiences all over Canada – and they’ll be filmed so we can watch them all online too! Creative Producer,… Read more »

Word of the Day – Learn how to Pronounce words from all Six Nations

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  The First Nations Language program is dedicated to rationalizing, revitalizing and maintaining First Nations Languages, locally, regionally and nationally in the capacity of advisory services and best practices. After 35 years, the Language Department is excited about the increasing interests in raising the bar from offering mere NSL Program Delivery mode to a First… Read more »