“Awaken the Medicines Within” Speaker Series

Check out the Speaker Series hosted by Halton Catholic District School Board and Grandmother Voices’ grandmothersvoice.com for details and upcoming dates.

Awaken the Medicines Within – Play List
Presenter(s) Date/Time
ALL times are in Eastern Standard Time
Title of the Talk
Grandmother Renee Thomas-Hill & Carmen Thomas Tuesday Jan 19th 1 pm- 1:30 pm The Rekindling of Our Fire
Gail Whitlow & Carmen Thomas Thursday Jan 21st 10 am- 12 pm Family Values in Modern Times Spiritual Values
Gabbrielle Jubenville & Marshall Mourisseau Tuesday Jan 26th 12 noon 1:30 pm We Matter- Youth Ambassadors
Kevin Sandy Thursday Jan 28th 10 am-11:30 am Movement is Medicine
Wendy Hill
*Continuation workshop with Wendy-
Registration is an option but not necessary
Tuesday Feb 2nd 12 am-1:30 pm

Thursday Feb 11th 6-8 pm

Thursday Feb 18th 6-8 pm

The Importance of Connecting to Spirit
Neil Monague Thursday Feb 4th 10 am- 11:30 pm Healing through Song and Relationship
Voices and Medicines of Residential School Survivors

FULL WEEK OF FEB 8TH– 12TH  11 AM- 1 PM

Dennis Windego, Phyllis Webstad, Brian Kon

A Collective of Voices will be joining the Platform To share experiences and Resiliency medicines

Monday Feb 8th 11 am -2pm Supporting Survivors
Tuesday Feb 9th 11 am-2pm
Wednesday Feb 10th 11 am-2pm
Thursday Feb 11th 11 am-2pm 60 Scoop Intergenerational

Mohawk Village Memorial Park

Friday Feb 12th 11 am-2pm
Bingo Grannies Sunday Feb 14th 1 pm – 2 pm Valentines Day- Humour and LOVE
Doug Doolittle

*Continuation Workshop with Doug

Registration is an option but not necessary.

Tuesday Feb 16th 12 noon-1:30 pm I am a Kind Man

Wisdom

Love

Monday, March 8th 6-8 pm
Wednesday, April 7th -6-8 pm
Jane Burning

*Continuation Workshop with Jane

Registration is an option but not necessary.

Thursday Feb 18th 10 am- 11:30 pm How our Medicines within will help heal the wounds we carry
Thursday February 25th 6-8 pm Rise UP
Thursday March 4 th 6-8 pm Transformation to Transcendence
Gail Whitlow Tuesday Feb 23rd 12 pm-1:30 pm Medicines From our Mother Earth
Chef Johl Whiteduck Thursday Feb 25th 10 am-11:30 am Food as Medicine
NaWalka Geeshy Meegwun

Lynden George

Shawn Johnston

Tuesday March 2nd 12 pm-1:30 pm 2 Spirit Medicine
Thursday March 4th 10 pm- 11:30pm
Tala Tootoosis Tuesday March 9th 12 pm–1:30pm The Power to Change is Within
                Isaac Murdoch Thursday March 11th 10 -11:30 pm The Love within is Medicine
EdebwedOgichidaa- Val King Tuesday March 16th 12 pm -1:30pm Connecting to Our Spirit-

Rising from the Ashes Like the Pheonix

Manitou Mkwa Singers Thursday March 18th 11am-12:00pm Song is Medicine
Grandmother Renee Thomas-Hill

Neil Monague

Wednesday February 10th 7- 9 pm

Wednesday March 17th 7-9 pm

Tea with Totah

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