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.
The goal of the Wadrihwa is to share the resources of the Woodland Cultural Centre with everyone who wants to learn and give you a glimpse inside of the many departments and programs available.
Printed copies of this 24 page edition will be available to our community partners. If you are interested in showcasing our newsletter in your office or organization, please contact email@example.com to be put on our Distribution List.
A digital pdf copy is available through email for everyone in the community.
As we near the end of September the Woodland Cultural Centre would like to say Niá:wen to those who have participated in our programming. We have limited spaces for this week! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register and see what’s available! Check here for upcoming events: woodlandculturalcentre.ca/upcoming-events/#OnHeritage #OntarioHistory #Indigenous #IndigenousVoices #IndigenousArt #IndigenousEvents #FirstNations #FN #IndigenousKnowledge #IndigenousCulture #BrantOnt #Brantford #BrantEvents #Giving ... See MoreSee Less