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  • Community Sat, December 16 1pm – 5pm

    MCCAULEY COMMUNITY MAPPING WORKSHOP FACILITATION WITH PEDRO RODRIGUEZ

    MCCAULEY COMMUNITY MAPPING WORKSHOP FACILITATION WITH PEDRO RODRIGUEZ INTERCULTURAL CENTRE (9538 107 Ave - McCauley School Building), 1-5 p.m. Saturday, December 16 e4c is proud to present an interactive community mapping initiative which will engage people from diverse backgrounds in McCauley. These workshops will ask participants to contribute their perspectives and realities towards a collaborative mural, to enhance the landscape of the neighbourhood. We invite you to be a part of the journey! Info: thashimoto@e4calberta.org / (780) 424-2870 / (780) 271-5995.
    • Location: INTERCULTURAL CENTRE (9538 107 Ave - McCauley School Building)
  • Community Tue, December 19 1pm – 3pm

    COMMUNITY POETRY WORKSHOPS #2

    COMMUNITY POETRY WORKSHOPS (December/January) In conjunction with WORD ON THE STREET CALL for POETRY SUBMISSIONS. E4C is reaching out to community to create as many opportunities for individuals to engage with the initiative participate and express their perspectives about being a part of McCauley Neighbourhood. Workshop #2 McCAULEY POETRY! Workshop - Facilitation by Poet/Writer Leif Gregersen 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, December 19 @ Sprucewood Library (11555 95 Street) This is a terrific opportunity to find your writing voice and contribute to the Word on the Street poetry call.
    • Location: Sprucewood Library (11555 95 Street)
  • Community Mon, December 25 4pm – 7pm

    Christmas Dinner

    Thrive Outreach Foundation is serving a traditional Christmas dinner at Boyle Street Plaza and Boyle Street Community Services on Christmas Day from 4-7 p.m. in both locations.
    • Location: Boyle Street Plaza (9538-103A Ave.) & Boyle Street Community Services (10116 105 Ave.)
  • Community Mon, January 8

    School of Indigenous Studies Opening Ceremony/Registration Circle

    NEW! SCHOOL OF INDIGENOUS TEACHINGS e4c in accordance with ECALA presents School for Indigenous Teachings (îyinaw kiskinowahamåtowin) Weekly – Mondays 10 Weeks Based in Edmonton’s inner city, a variety of Indigenous knowledge keepers and instructors will join and lead teachings based on cultural themes and language comprehension. OPENING CEREMONY (PIPE) AND REGISTRATION CIRCLE MONDAY, JANUARY 8 Early Class: Language & Cultural Studies (3:00 to 5:00 p.m.) Bannock Break: (5:00 to 5:30 p.m.) Late Class: Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being (5:30 to 7:30 p.m.) Winter Semester (Semester 1 of 2) Weekly - Monday afternoon/evenings [January 8 (Opening Ceremony), 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12, (no classes Feb 19), 26, March 5, 12, 19 (Certificate Ceremony)] All classes located @ Alex Taylor School Building (9321 Jasper Avenue) For more information: (780) 424-2870 / (780) 271-5995 - Email: thashimoto@e4calberta.org
    • Location: Alex Taylor School Building (9321 Jasper Avenue)
  • Community Tue, January 9 1:30pm – 3:30pm

    COMMUNITY POETRY WORKSHOPS #3

    COMMUNITY POETRY WORKSHOPS (December/January) In conjunction with WORD ON THE STREET CALL for POETRY SUBMISSIONS. E4C is reaching out to community to create as many opportunities for individuals to engage with the initiative participate and express their perspectives about being a part of McCauley Neighbourhood. Workshop #3 MCCAULEY POETRY! Workshop Facilitation by Poet/Writer Leif Gregersen 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 9 @ Prosper Place (#215, 10106 111 Avenue) Another opportunity to find your writing voice and contribute to the Word on the Street poetry call. For more info please contact: (780) 424-2870 or (780) 426-7861
    • Location: Prosper Place (#215, 10106 111 Avenue)

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