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Thu, Jun 20


J & L Creative - 2nd floor

Anishinaabe Knowledge Sharing Gathering - POSTPONED

Join Elder Darlene Curci for an evening of sharing, as she teaches us about the wisdom and stories of her Anishinaabe culture.

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Anishinaabe Knowledge Sharing Gathering  - POSTPONED
Anishinaabe Knowledge Sharing Gathering  - POSTPONED

Time & Location

Jun 20, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

J & L Creative - 2nd floor , 184 Provencher Blvd, Winnipeg, MB R2H 0H3, Canada


About the event

Immerse yourself in the rich culture of the Anishinaabe people with our Indigenous Teachings & Knowledge gathering. Designed to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of their traditions, this event offers a unique opportunity to learn from an esteemed Elder who will share her wisdom and knowledge. Join us as we build bridges of understanding and celebrate the spirit of First Nations.

Darlene Curci was born and raised on the Nigigoosiminikaaning First Nation in Northwestern Ontario and pursued Psychology at the University of Manitoba to complement her immersion in traditional Anishinaabe education. 

Beyond her professional endeavours, Darlene remains deeply connected to her Anishinaabe culture, recognizing the importance of integrating Western Academic knowledge with Traditional Knowledge. This holistic approach equips Darlene with a well-rounded worldview, allowing her to effectively navigate and articulate in both realms. Passionate about promoting mental health and well-being initiatives, she extends her support to family, friends and colleagues with a bi-cultural focus on well-being. Grounded in the priciples of connection and relationship building, Darlene's work resonates both professionally and personally. Not only is she an effective community support facilitator, as well as program & policy advocate for First Nations, she is also a mother of two grown children and a kokum of four grandchildren. 

Her knowledge and valuable perspective is a meaningful step towards ensuring that the wisdom of First Nations continues and to offer the opportunity for all people to learn about Anishinaabe culture and the profound connection they have to the land and spirituality. 

This gathering will be an intimate group, seated on the floor so please bring a yoga mat or cushion for comfort. A light feast will be offered as well. 

* For those unable to pay ticket price, we offer a sliding fee based on your financial budget

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