Calendar of Events (Calgary)

Apr
24
Wed
Rap and MC Workshop with Dwight Farahat and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary @ Diamond Willow Youth Lodge
Apr 24 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Diamond Willow Youth Lodge is hosting a Rap and MC Workshop with Dwight Farahat and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary

Apr
25
Thu
Elder’s Hours with Ojibwe Elder Dakota Eagle Woman @ Diamond Willow Youth Lodge
Apr 25 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Diamond Willow Youth Lodge is hosting Elder’s Hours with Ojibwe Elder Dakota Eagle Woman

Apr
27
Sat
Hand Drum Workshop with Russ Baker @ Diamond Willow Youth Lodge
Apr 27 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Diamond Willow Youth Lodge is hosting Hand Drum Workshop with Russ Baker

Apr
28
Sun
Sunday Dinner with Treaty Teachings by guest speaker Gitz Crazyboy @ Diamond Willow Youth Lodge
Apr 28 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Diamond Willow Youth Lodge is hosting Sunday Dinner with Treaty Teachings by guest speaker Gitz Crazyboy

Apr
29
Mon
Grassroots Gathering VI @ Calgary Marlborough Community Association
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Grassroots Gathering VI @ Calgary Marlborough Community Association

Indigenous-focused initiatives & community driven plan for our City | Co-hosted with Human Rights & Discrimination Circle|

Monday, April 29, 2019

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Calgary Marlborough Community Association

 

In recent years, “Calgary’s indigenous community came together as ‘One Heart, One Mind, One Spirit’ to implement a plan of reconcili”ACTION” within Calgary” that aligned with community needs, the Truth & Reconciliation Calls To Action, & UNDRIP (United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples).

The priority areas developed with the community from previous Grassroots Gatherings I-V are:

Human Rights & Discrimination

Justice

Elders & Youth

Culture & Language

Careers & Resources

Healing & Resiliency

As we reinvigorate new energy into the actions and activities for each Circle, we will re-align the goals that Community Members, Elders, Youth, representatives from organizations & serving-agencies had developed for the Calgary Indigenous Sharing Network, Community Report 2018.

“We need to ensure that our work is making change for those that need our services, for those that need our support, for those that need connection, and for those that want to come together for community”.

Light Breakfast & Lunch provided. Please contact Community Engagement & Partnership Coordinator if you have any questions, or for more details.

With kindness & friendship,

Jacie,

Community Engagement & Partnership Coordinator

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

403-237-7850 jacie-alook@ncsa.ca

Apr
30
Tue
Indigenous Narrative Therapy Sharing Circles @ Calgary Women’s Health Collective Community Wise Resource Centre, Room 206
Apr 30 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Indigenous Narrative Therapy Sharing Circles @ Calgary Women’s Health Collective Community Wise Resource Centre, Room 206

Indigenous Narrative Therapy Sharing Circles

For Indigenous women seeking support, community and healing in a culturally safe space.

February 26 to April 30, 2019
Tuesdays 1:30pm to 3:30pm (FREE)

Co-Facilitators
Natalie St-Denis (MA, MSW, RSW) & Loree Stout (RN, MN)

Limited spaces: For more information and registration please contact Natalie St-Denis at nstdeni@ucalgary.ca by February 22, 2019.

Calgary Women’s Health Collective
Community Wise Resource Centre
223 12 Ave SW, Calgary, Room 206

PLUS FRIENDS CALGARY PEER SUPPORT GROUP FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV @ HIV Community Link
Apr 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
PLUS FRIENDS CALGARY PEER SUPPORT GROUP FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV @ HIV Community Link

PLUS FRIENDS CALGARY PEER SUPPORT GROUP FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV

  • A safe and inclusive group for anyone living with HIV
  • Plus Friends support and community in a social setting
  • No topic is taboo – we discuss social stigma, relationships, lifestyle, medications, personal
    goals and other relevant topics.
  • The group is non-judgmental and confidential. Anything discussed at the meeting stays
    with the group. Privacy is important – all peers will be asked to sign a confidentiality
    agreement

Meetings are held the last Tuesday of each month in the evening.

For more information about Plus Friends, please contact us at
peer@hivcl.org or (403) 508-2500 ext. 106

www.hivcl.org

POSITIVE CONNECTIONS HIV PEER SUPPORT WOMEN’S GROUP @ HIV Community Link
Apr 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
POSITIVE CONNECTIONS HIV PEER SUPPORT WOMEN’S GROUP @ HIV Community Link

POSITIVE CONNECTIONS

HIV PEER SUPPORT WOMEN’S GROUP

Living with HIV? Join our monthly peer support group, a non-judgemental and safe place for women to share their stories, successes and challenges of living with the virus.

Pre-registration required  Email: peer@hivcl.org

For more information, please contact us at (403) 508-2500

www.hivcl.org

May
28
Tue
PLUS FRIENDS CALGARY PEER SUPPORT GROUP FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV @ HIV Community Link
May 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
PLUS FRIENDS CALGARY PEER SUPPORT GROUP FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV @ HIV Community Link

PLUS FRIENDS CALGARY PEER SUPPORT GROUP FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV

  • A safe and inclusive group for anyone living with HIV
  • Plus Friends support and community in a social setting
  • No topic is taboo – we discuss social stigma, relationships, lifestyle, medications, personal
    goals and other relevant topics.
  • The group is non-judgmental and confidential. Anything discussed at the meeting stays
    with the group. Privacy is important – all peers will be asked to sign a confidentiality
    agreement

Meetings are held the last Tuesday of each month in the evening.

For more information about Plus Friends, please contact us at
peer@hivcl.org or (403) 508-2500 ext. 106

www.hivcl.org

POSITIVE CONNECTIONS HIV PEER SUPPORT WOMEN’S GROUP @ HIV Community Link
May 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
POSITIVE CONNECTIONS HIV PEER SUPPORT WOMEN’S GROUP @ HIV Community Link

POSITIVE CONNECTIONS

HIV PEER SUPPORT WOMEN’S GROUP

Living with HIV? Join our monthly peer support group, a non-judgemental and safe place for women to share their stories, successes and challenges of living with the virus.

Pre-registration required  Email: peer@hivcl.org

For more information, please contact us at (403) 508-2500

www.hivcl.org

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