Talking Circle Series with Catherine Martin
Oct
23
to Dec 18

Talking Circle Series with Catherine Martin

New Fall Talking Circle Series at Halifax Central Library with Catherine Martin

“Ego to Eco: Learning the Mi’kmaq calendar to Experience Human and Ecological Health’s Interdependence” launched September 26th.

Where: the Talking Circle area of the Halifax Central Library, Spring Garden Rd.

When: October 23, November 20 and December 18 at 6:30pm

See full details HERE.

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Courage to Lead Retreat
Nov
29
to Dec 29

Courage to Lead Retreat

Are you actively engaged in creating a more just, peaceful, and ecologically responsible world?  Are you passionate about your vocation or cause, but trying to sustain yourself in the midst of heavy demands and the urgency you feel about making a difference? This retreat is a rare opportunity for renewal, deeper connection with kindred spirits and committed peers, and the chance to explore questions of importance to you.

At the Tatamagouche Centre, you will journey together with 15-20 emerging and experienced leaders, by engaging in large-and small-group dialogues focused on evocative texts and questions. Over the course of three days, there will be opportunities to explore the intersection of your inner capacity and authenticity as it relates to your life and leadership. There will be time for stillness, solitude, and reflection, to help unearth clarity and courage, and bring renewed resiliency to your life, organizations and communities.

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Bringing Role Playing to Everyone
Nov
23
to Nov 25

Bringing Role Playing to Everyone

A weekend intensive at Tatamagouche Centre delving into the art of running roleplaying games for diverse audiences and skill levels

Award-winning game designer Avery Alder will guide participants through what it takes to bring roleplaying games to new tables and players: choosing the right game structure for your group's needs, hosting strategies to make players feel welcome, accommodating diverse needs in play, and running games that are inspiring and engaging. Participants will develop skills and techniques for game-mastering, and explore how to bring curiosity-driven collaboration into the games they play. Everyone will get hands-on experience running a short game during our breakout groups, and time to reflect on what they'll be bringing back home with them.

Learn how to run games for diverse communities and new players, and how to tailor the experience to the people you sit down to play with.

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Home Funeral Practicum
Nov
16
2:00 PM14:00

Home Funeral Practicum

A home funeral provides intimate and sacred care to a deceased in the time before burial or cremation. Come reclaim what our ancestors knew about death care in our communities and how to support each other on this journey. It's about caring for our own. You'll practice moving, washing, shrouding, casketing and vigiling models in sacred space. Understand legalities, logistics, health concerns and death-doula ethics. Beautiful, life affirming work. 

This two-day, in-depth, practical, role-play workshop at Tatamagouche Centre shares valuable experience and essential knowledge. It hones your existing ‘human skills’ to legally and tenderly care for another at death with or without a funeral director.

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The Third Side – Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution
Nov
15
9:00 AM09:00

The Third Side – Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution

Conflict is something that impacts everyone at some point in time - at home, at work, in the community, in the world. Conflict is a natural and healthy process, necessary for making progress and dealing with injustice. 

WHO:  ACIC Member organizations, community based organizations, government, private sector, managers, human resource professionals, students, etc.
WHERE: The Ville, 241 Canada St., Fredericton
WHEN:
Thurs. Nov. 15, 9-4pm
RSVP:
by Nov. 8th, $20 for ACIC Members, $40 for non-members. Lunch & breaks included. Email janelle@acic-caci.org  or call 902-431-2311 with name, email & food requirements. Pay by credit card over the phone or with cash, cheque or credit card at the training.
Travel bursaries for members are available. Please indicate your request when registering.

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There is a range of techniques that can be used to build peaceful relationships and to address conflict, when it exists. We all have a role to play in addressing transforming conflicts around us, to make a difference. It is therefore important for all of us to understand how to effectively deal with conflict. 

The Third Side is a way of looking at the conflicts around us not just from one side or the other but from the larger perspective of the surrounding community. You can have natural sympathies for one side or the other and still choose to take the Third Side.

Taking the Third Side means:

  • Seeking to understand both sides of the conflict

  • Encouraging a process of cooperative negotiation

  • Supporting a wise solution – one that fairly meets the essential needs of both sides and the community

This hands-on, one-day workshop will provide participants with the information, tools and skills to use the Third Side to build peace and manage conflict at the inter-personal, team, or community level. The workshop is designed for individuals who wish to build their capacity to understand how to resolve conflicts using this unique approach. 

The participants will engage in three major activities over the course of the training:

  1. Develop a Third Side Perspective

  2. Understand the Third Side Possibility

  3. Create a Third Side Plan

Workshop provided by Jennifer Sloot, Executive Director of the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation. Jennifer recently returned from a Rotary Peace Fellowship in Thailand which focused on Peace and Conflict Resolution.

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Devex Virtual Career Fair
Nov
13
to Nov 14

Devex Virtual Career Fair

Gender inclusion is a core tenet of global development work, yet, as a sector we have a long way to go to reach gender parity, particularly in leadership. This two-day virtual career fair – aimed at advancing women’s leadership in development – gives mid-to-senior level self-identified women professionals the opportunity to connect with top global development organizations, implementers, and agencies from around the globe. All candidates are pre-vetted by Devex recruitment experts and must have at least seven years of professional experience.

For more information click HERE

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The Fair Trade Game at SMU
Nov
9
3:00 PM15:00

The Fair Trade Game at SMU

Where: SMU, 923 Robie St., Loyola 173

Register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/fairtrade-game-tickets-51205658503

Description:

Come Join the Saint Mary's University International Development Studies Undergraduate Society and the Dalhousie Engineers Without Borders in a two-day event, consisting of three separate simulations of the Fair Trade Game, invented by Randall Coleman of the NON-Gmo project, based in Western Canada. Each game will take place separately at Saint Mary’s University, Dalhousie University, and the Halifax Public Library. Each event runs for just over two hours and would allow, for participants, an interactive experience where they take part in the Fair Trade Game. Following this, there will be a discussion allowing for a further explanation of the process of buying and selling primary goods in global and local markets. The Fair Trade process is simulated to allow for the public to experience the difficulties faced in everyday trade between farmers of the Global South and companies from the Global North. The Fair Trade Game is designed to introduce the public to the concept of Global Citizenship as proposed through the United Nations 2030 Agenda of Sustainable Development Goals alongside the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC).

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ACT 4 Global Change Youth Conference
Nov
9
to Nov 12

ACT 4 Global Change Youth Conference

40 Atlantic Canadian youth, ages 15-18, will come together at the Tatamagouche Centre for the ACT 4 Global Change Youth Conference (formerly Move Your World!), November 9-12, 2018. This conference is an opportunity for youth to get informed, get inspired, and take action on global issues in a safe and welcoming space.

For more information, email jackie@acic-caci.org

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LEADING INNOVATIVE & ENGAGING YOUTH PROGRAMS
Nov
5
to Nov 8

LEADING INNOVATIVE & ENGAGING YOUTH PROGRAMS

Transform your youth program, your community and our collective potential.

This program is suited to anyone who is interested in high-level training in youth engagement and program planning to enhance their abilities as youth workers, mentors, social workers, employment counsellors, teachers, volunteers or recreation staff.

Where: Tatamagouche Centre, NS

Program Fee: $675 including meals & multiple occupancy accommodation ($750 including private room)
Program Fee including meals but no lodging $555

Please register by October 15 *

Register HERE.

We have a small bursary fund to support the participation of those who may face financial barriers to attend this training. We can cover full and partial fees for a small number of participants - please contact info@tatacentre.ca for more information. 

“It helped me work through the process of putting together programming for youth and think of new and exciting ways to engage youth in our programs and bring in the element of the community in which they live.” – 2013 participant

Leading Innovative and Engaging Youth Programs is a flagship HeartWood training program and is an essential experience for anyone interested in delivering engaging youth programs. Participants will experience a hands on exploration of leadership and facilitation techniques using an appreciative approach coupled with a service-learning framework.

This training is for folks asking how to:

  • Build and deliver programs that meet the real needs of youth (and that youth want to participate in)

  • Design transformative learning experiences using intentional programming tools

  • Incorporate debriefs, evaluation and feedback in engaging and creative ways

  • Deepen your facilitation practice

At Leading Innovative and Engaging Youth Programs we share best practices, applied theory, techniques, and experiential activities you can use to engage youth, deepen their experiences, enhance and build on their strengths and gifts, and identify ways to more deeply connect young people to community action. 

“The thing I appreciated most about this experience has been the comfortable, safe, sharing and caring environment that allowed participants to contribute in ways that felt comfortable doing so, while challenging them to step outside of the comfort zone once in a while – concrete skills and strategies to apply to our work with youth” – 2015 participant

This is a joint initiative of the HeartWood Centre for Community Youth Development and the Tatamagouche Centre, made possible through funding from the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage. 

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Together 2018 Charlottetown
Nov
5
12:45 PM12:45

Together 2018 Charlottetown

Hear from local panelists as they discuss their work on Sustainable Development Goal #5 Gender Equality. Plus networking and watch the live-stream report on Canada’s progress on the SDGs and hear from Shiza Shahid, Malala Fund Co-founder.

Where: Memorial Hall Room #308, UPEI, Charlottetown. The venue is on Level 3 and is wheelchair accessible
RSVP: email selvi@acic-caci.org by Nov. 2nd. Free! Snacks provided.

Agenda:
12:45-1pm – Welcome
1-2pm – Local to Global: Canada’s Progress on the SDGs at Home and Around the World (live-stream)

  • UN High Level Political Forum, Report Back Fraser Reilly-King, Canadian Council for International Cooperation

  • Auditor General SDG Report, Julie Gelfand, Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development, Auditor General’s Office of Canada (TBC)

  • Federal SDG Secretariat, Honourable Minister Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development (TBC)

  • Alberta SDG Network Update, Mel Wilson, M.J. Wilson associates

2-2:30pm – break and networking

2:30-3pm – Shiza Shahid keynote (live stream) (Co-founder NOW Ventures & Malala Fund)

3-4pm – live panel discussion: SDG #5 Gender Equality. Hear from local panelists as they discuss their work on Sustainable Development Goal #5

Panelists:

  • Jillian Kilfoil, Executive Director, Women’s Network PEI who will be speaking to what gender equality means on PEI and what efforts the Women's Network is involved in to further gender equality.

  • Susan Hartley formerly with Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan and Rotary Peace Fellow, will share about the concept of gender equality in international settings and the role of women in Canada.

  • Jane Ledwell, Executive Director, PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women

  • Chief Lisa Cooper, President of the Native Council of PEI

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Together 2018 Halifax
Nov
5
12:00 PM12:00

Together 2018 Halifax

Join community groups, NGOs, businesses, and other concerned citizens to hear what Canada is doing to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)!

This event includes lunch and break, networking time, live-streaming of Local to Global: Canada’s Progress on the SDGs at Home and Around the World, panel presentation on what Nova Scotia is doing to accomplish the SDGs, and live-streaming of keynote presentation by Shiza Shahid, Co-founder NOW Ventures & Malala Fund.

Nova Scotia and the SDGs Panelists:

·        Andrea Hewitt, Member of Impact 2030

·        Rebecca Rathbone, Animator - Atlantic with Development and Peace

·        Meghan McMorris, Community Energy Coordinator with Ecology Action Centre

·        Dr. Glyn Bissix, Program Head & Professor, Dept. of Community Development, Acadia University

This is the Halifax portion of a larger Together 2018 occurring throughout each province in Canada on November 5th!
WHERE: Room 307, the SUB, Dalhousie University, 6136 University Ave, Halifax
WHEN: Mon. Nov. 5, 12-4:30pm
REGISTER: Email janelle@acic-caci.org by Oct. 30. $10 for ACIC members, $20 non-members. Pay at the event via cheque or credit card or call to pay: 902-431-2311

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BTS Benefit Concert with Garnet Rogers
Oct
27
7:00 PM19:00

BTS Benefit Concert with Garnet Rogers

Where: Tatamagouche
The North Shore Breaking the Silence Committee is delighted to announce that Garnet Rogers is again generously offering a benefit concert for the Maritimes-Guatemala Breaking the Silence Network, location TBA. Rooms are available at Tatamagouche Centre. A double room is $50 per person, a single room $75. To book a room, please call Tatamagouche Centre, 1-800-218-2220.
Don't miss this opportunity to be with one of Canada's musical treasures, an amazing guitarist and song-writer.Garnet and his brother, Stan Rogers, have a strong link to Nova Scotia, as they spent their summers in Canso. While enjoying Garnet's wit, story-telling and range of songs from sardonic to compassionate, you will also be supporting the Maritimes-Guatemala Breaking the Silence Network now in its 29th year as a human rights and community development network in solidarity with Guatemalan groups struggling for human rights and social, cultural and environmental justice.
Suggested contribution $20 at the door.

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UPEI Environmental Studies Book Club Discussion Series
Oct
17
to Nov 28

UPEI Environmental Studies Book Club Discussion Series

Environmental Studies Program and Robertson Library Talks invite the members of the UPEI community to participate in the Environmental Studies Book Club discussion series. The aim of the Environmental Studies Book Club series is to facilitate the campus-wide discussion about various environmental issues, and provide an informal learning opportunity to university students. 

Where: The discussions will take place in Robertson Library—Reading Room, 2nd Floor, UPEI
When:

  • October 17th, noon-1pm
    Chapter 3: Buffalo Crusaders: The Sacred Struggle for America’s Last Wild and Pure Herd

  • November 7th, noon-1pm
    Chapter 4: Between Good and Evil: The Science, Culture, and Polarization of Wolf Conflict

  • November 28th, noon-1pm
    Chapter 5: Drilling Our Soul: Moral Boundary Work in an Unlikely Old-West Fight against Fracking


This fall we will be reading Justin Farrell’s book Battle for Yellowstone: Morality and the Sacred Roots of Environmental Conflict (2015). Farrell’s book is an illuminating and engaging account of environmental conflicts that have been raging in the iconic Yellowstone National Park for the past two centuries. “The Battle for Yellowstone asks why it is that, with the flood of expert scientific, economic, and legal efforts to resolve disagreements over Yellowstone, there is no improvement? Why do even seemingly minor issues erupt into impassioned disputes? What can Yellowstone teach us about the worsening environmental conflicts worldwide?” (https://press.princeton.edu/titles/10517.html)

The discussion series will be of interest to anybody who would like to exchange opinions and learn more about the history and present day of nature conservation, conflict over natural resources, discourses and narratives about nature, and the role of spirituality and values in shaping human-environment interaction.

The e-book is available through the UPEI library. Just go to https://library.upei.ca/and search in the catalogue for Battle for Yellowstone. Click on the link and begin reading! Contact a librarian if you have questions.

If you are interested in joining/leading the discussions, please feel free to contact Dr. Nino Antadze at nantadze@upei.ca.

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Nova Scotia Gambia Association Annual Dinner
Oct
12
6:00 PM18:00

Nova Scotia Gambia Association Annual Dinner

NSGA Annual Fundraiser Dinner: Life and Work in The Gambia

Where: McInnes Room, Dalhousie Student Union Building, 6136 University Ave., Halifax

Tickets: $90 per adult, $60 per student, $720 per table (seats 8)

Purchase tickets online: https://tinyurl.com/NSGAdinner or by being in touch with NSGA:

info@novascotiagambia.ca or (902) 423-1360.

Come learn more about life in The Gambia, our wonderful staff, and our work, through an interactive evening with friends celebrating the Nova Scotian—Gambian partnership.

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Global Health Day Panel Discussion: The Future of Global Health
Sep
26
5:00 PM17:00

Global Health Day Panel Discussion: The Future of Global Health

Where: Tupper Theatre A, 5850 College St., Halifax

As part of Global Health Day the Global Health Office at Dalhousie invites you to a free public discussion on the future of global health. 

"Where do we see global health in the next 150-200 years" 

Please join us as these global health experts speak about their experiences in local and global initiatives through partnerships, research, health systems and developing sustainable solutions for health equity. 

Moderator:

  • Dr. Margaret Casey, September's Dal Med Innovator 

Panelists:

  • Dr. Heather Scott, Obstetrics & Gynecology

  • Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy, Vice-President Research & Innovation, NSHA

  • Dr. Henry Annan, Dalhousie Resident, Pediatrics

For more information please contact us at gho@dal.ca. We have also created a Facebook Event HERE.

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There's Something in the Water Book Launch
Sep
21
6:30 PM18:30

There's Something in the Water Book Launch

Join us at 6:30pm at Tatamagouche Centre to celebrate Ingrid Waldron's book launch There's Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous & Black Communities. Dr. Ingrid Waldron, Dorene Bernard, Mi'kmaq grassroots Grandmother, and Louise Delisle, of the Black Pioneers Acting Troupe will talk about community resistance movements. Co-sponsored by North Shore Council of Canadians, Fernwood Publishing, and the Maritime Conference of the United Church of Canada.

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Masuma Khan on building resilience and solidarity when surrounded by fragility
Sep
19
7:00 PM19:00

Masuma Khan on building resilience and solidarity when surrounded by fragility

Masuma Khan, a student leader at Dalhousie University, who made national headlines when she was the subject to backlash for speaking in solidarity with Indigenous people resisting Canada 150 will speak in Fredericton this Wednesday.

Where: Tilley Hall, Room 102, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton

Facebook event page
Masuma Khan’s talk is supported by UNB History, UNB International Development Studies, UNB Law & Society, STU Sociology, STU Women’s Studies & Gender Studies, No One Is Illegal Fredericton and the University Women's Centre.

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NSGA Annual General Meeting
Sep
18
3:00 PM15:00

NSGA Annual General Meeting

WHERE: Purdy’s Wharf Tower 1, 11th floor (1100-1959 Upper Water Street, the offices of Cox & Palmer).
 
We’d highly encourage you to come out, and to consider serving on our board. In particular, we are actively seeking a treasurer – the ideal candidate has a some past financial experience and can learn from our past treasurer how we monitor and report our finances. This is distinct from the in-country Gambian financial oversight, and relates only to the Canadian operations and reports back from The Gambia.

Check out the Facebook event!

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Fall 2018 Feminist Lunch Series
Sep
17
to Nov 20

Fall 2018 Feminist Lunch Series

Please mark your calendars for the first talk of our Fall 2018 Feminist Lunch Series in the Faculty of Arts to be given on Monday, Sept.17th at 12:30pm in Tilley 28 (UNB Campus) by Triny Finlay (English & Creative Writing).

In this reading and presentation, titled “You don’t want what I’ve got,” Triny Finlay will give a reading from her most recent poetry collection, You don’t want what I’ve got (Junction Books, 2018). Finlay’s long poem explores her own experiences with debilitating mental illnesses and their treatments, including electroshock therapy (ECT) and its after-effects. Finlay will also situate her writing within a broader tradition of literature that questions how we treat the mentally ill (medically and socially), how stigma affects the mentally ill, and how we can represent “madness” in poetry. Triny Finlay is the author of two poetry collections [Splitting Off (Nightwood, 2004) and Histories Haunt Us (Nightwood, 2010)] and two chapbooks [You don’t want what I’ve got (Junction, 2018) and Phobic (Gaspereau, 2006)]. She teaches English and Creative Writing at UNB.

Subsequent Fall 2018 Feminist Lunch talks (alternating UNB and STU faculty members) will take place on the following dates at 12:30 in Tilley 28: Oct. 2 (Josephine Savarese); Oct. 29 (S. Sinclair, E. Effinger &  C. Johnson) and Nov. 20 (Gul Caliskan).

All are welcome...please bring your lunch! 

The Feminist Lunch Series is organized by the UNB Gender & Women’s Studies Program, the UNB/STU University Women’s Centre and the Office of the UNB Dean of Arts. For more information on the series, contact Sophie Lavoie (lavoie@unb.ca).

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SuNNS Benefit Dinner
Sep
2
5:30 PM17:30

SuNNS Benefit Dinner

Tatamagouche Centre is proud to sponsor this event which is a collaboration between Sustainable Northern Nova Socitia (SuNNS) and Slow Food Nova Scotia.  SuNNS is actively opposing a proposed gold mine in our area. Gold mining is one of the most destructive forms of mining and the Warwick Mountain gold mine is proposed to be located in an area of 30,560Ha that includes the French River Watershed. This watershed provides the clean drinking water to the Village of Tatamagouche and also connects to other bodies of water throughout the North Shore. There is no adequate protection for the watershed; therefore, a gold mine would impose a large risk on our water supply.

The event includes gourmet, Mexican inspired food using locally grown and raised products, a Cash bar, a Silent auction, and a Talk by environmental lawyer and author Jamie Simpson.

Tickets are $50. Contact jperkins23@mac.com to purchase tickets before August 27.

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Blanket Exercise - the Indigenous Rights History we are Rarely Taught
Aug
29
7:00 PM19:00

Blanket Exercise - the Indigenous Rights History we are Rarely Taught

The Blanket Exercise Program is a unique, participatory history lesson - developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers and educators - that fosters truth, understanding, respect, and reconciliation among Indigenous and nonindigenous peoples. This event is free to attend. Free-will donations are welcomed. Facilitated by Ishbel Munro, Lorraine Gould, and Josie Baker

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Alternative Economies: a Panel Discussion and LETS Market
Aug
23
7:00 PM19:00

Alternative Economies: a Panel Discussion and LETS Market

·  A panel discussion to explore some local examples of alternative economy, and how these initiatives are solving complex modern economic challenges featuring three speakers who are involved in alternative economic solutions in the Tatamagouche region. The local LETS network will hold a market during the event. Canadian Dollars can be exchanged for LETS Notes at the event. 

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BTS Boat Tour
Aug
18
3:00 PM15:00

BTS Boat Tour

Join Captain Andy Rankin and BTS friends on the Brown Eyed Girl for the BTS Boat Cruise Fundraiser on August 18, 2018. Take a tour of the coast of Western Cape Breton and enjoy a BBQ. Departure time from Mabou Harbour Wharf at 2:30 pm.

Cost is $30 for adults and $20 for children. If you're interested in joining, please contact Lisa Rankin at btscoordinator@gmail.com to reserve your spot. Space is limited, so register before July 23.

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Starhawk is coming to Tatamagouche Centre!
Aug
18
to Sep 1

Starhawk is coming to Tatamagouche Centre!

Join Starhawk and Charles Williams for their internationally recognized Earth Activist Training (EAT).
This two-week intensive is a Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course, offering the basic, internationally-recognized 72-hour permaculture curriculum with an additional focus on social permaculture, organizing tools, and spirit.

Where: Tatamagouche Centre, Tatamagouche, NS
Program Dates: August 18- September 1, 2018
Registration Deadline: July 18, 2018
Apply for bursaries by: June 18, 2018

Find out more and register here: www.tatacentre.ca/index.php/programs/details/2509

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Social Justice Youth Camp
Aug
13
to Aug 17

Social Justice Youth Camp

Where: Tatamagouche Centre, Tatamagouche, NS
When: Aug. 13-17, 2018
We bring youth together from all the different communities and cultures in the Maritimes for a camp that focuses on social justice and environmental issues, culture, and gender, race and injustice. Come join the experience. Come join the community! Full details HERE.

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Trivia Night Fundraiser
Aug
9
5:00 PM17:00

Trivia Night Fundraiser

Come out and test your knowledge at the NSGA Trivia Night! Hosted by NSGA chair Caitlin Regan-Cottreau & National Program Manager Abdou Kanteh.

What you need to know:
When? Thursday, August 9, 2018 from 5-7pm
Where? The Gorsebrook Lounge at SMU (923 Robie Street, Halifax)
Who? You and a team of your smartest friends!
Price? $20 per person (there will also be a 50/50)

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Chalice Haiti Medical Mission
Jul
4
to Jul 16

Chalice Haiti Medical Mission

Chalice is sending a medical mission team to Haiti from November 16-29. As Chalice has been working in northern Haiti since 2002, this is a short-term mission within the context of a long-term relationship. They are recruiting: 2-3 family physicians, 1-2 public health nurses, 2-3 optometrists and/or assistants, and 1-2 social workers. They will work alongside Haitian health professionals at two parish run medical clinics.

For more information click HERE or email Joanne at joannealbrecht@chalice.ca.
Apply by July 16

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