Calendar of Events

The road we travel is equal in importance to the destination we seek.  There are no shortcuts.  When it comes to truth and reconciliation, we are all forced to go the distance.
– Justice Murray Sinclair, Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Saturday, July 21: A day-long event @ Plenty Canada,
266 Plenty Lane, Lanark.
Click here for event details.

 

Program includes

  1. Traditional opening and closing ceremonies with Elder Larry McDermott
  2. knowledge sharing circles, touching on subjects like forestry, wild rice, invasive species, and Algonquin cultural teachings.
  3. A traditional Algonquin lunch
  4. Attendees are also invited to partake in a 3-hour workshop hosted by Algonquin master birch bark canoe builder, Chuck Commanda, in which participants will learn these techniques hands-on, and create their own miniature birch bark canoe to take home.

TICKETS are $35 per person for Program items 1-3 OR $50 per person for Program items 1-4.
To register, please visit the MMAMR Tickets & Donations page on the St. Paul’s Almonte web site.

Saturday, October 20, 2018
Day-long Harvest Celebration, Workshops and Traditional Feast (squash plus potluck) at the Almonte United Church Hall

Saturday, November 10, 2018
9:00 to 1:30
Talking Circle and potluck with Ross and Christina at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Almonte