Brantford/Six Nations, ON – In 2021, Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC) received a $150,000 Resilient Communities Fund grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to adapt its programming for digital delivery. With the support of this grant, WCC is adapting nine workshops to a digital format and producing a guided virtual tour of WCC’s museums and… Read more »
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Group Visits & Cultural Interpreter Posting Period: June 25, 2021 – July 9, 2021 @ 4:00p.m. Position: Group Visits & Cultural Interpreter Location: Woodland Cultural Centre Job Status: Contract until March 31, 2022 Hours of Work: 37.5 SUMMARY Under the direction of the Curator, the Group Visits & Cultural Interpreter assumes responsibility for all… Read more »
Woodland Cultural Centre is excited to announce our line up of Spring Break workshops for youth ages 6+ Looking for a way to engage your kids in Indigenous Education during Spring Break this year, without having to leave your home? Our education staff invite you and your family to participate in various workshops, crafts,… Read more »
Our education staff has carefully crafted our programming to teach students and teachers for Orange Shirt Day, to help them understand the effects of the Residential School system and create a deeper more meaningful connection to the Indigenous roots of Canada.