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Jul 20 - Aug 01 2018
We will visit Star City, just outside Moscow, the once secret site to train the pride of the Soviet Union, Russian cosmonauts. Canada’s Chris Hadfield trained in its full-sized Soyuz capsules. We will visit the great sites of Moscow too… Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, and the Kremlin. Then on to see the greatest treasures of the Old Russian Empire in St. Petersburg with its renowned palaces, canals and a jewel of the art world – the Hermitage. Your host for this unique trip will be Bob McDonald of CBC’s Quirks and Quarks.
Feb 23-25 2018
Canada’s largest showcase of outdoor gear and adventure travel experiences! See it! Do it! Live it!
Feb 11-28 2018
Toronto has a rich legacy in the literature and the newspapers of the early Black community in Ontario. Visit Mackenzie House on weekends in February, and learn more about some of the Black Victorians of Toronto, featuring those who published newspapers during the era. Visitors can take a piece of this important history home when they print a souvenir copy of Mary Ann Shadd Cary's newspaper, The Provincial Freeman, in the re-created 1850's printshop.
Feb 10 - Mar 03 2018
Join Anishinaabekwe beading artist Stephanie Pangowish for a three-part workshop as she guides you through the steps to make your own beautiful earrings using Indigenous beading techniques.
Jan 06 - Mar 03 2018
Kids love getting their hand dirty in our Saturday morning clay class! Working with a professional ceramic artist, kids will make and decorate their own unique pieces using clay. Open to all skill levels.
May 14-20 2018
For the third year running, Paprika Festival is partnering with Native Earth to present a week-long festival of work entirely created by young artists. Following a year of professional theatre training and mentorship programs, this youth-led professional performing arts organization will showcase creations from the next generation for one full week in Aki Studio. With the support of Native Earth, Paprika Festival will also offer a new program dedicated to supporting and presenting the work of young Indigenous artists. Paprika programs are free of cost for participants and offer exceptional training in playwriting, performing, directing, producing, collective creation, design, and arts administration.
Jan 14 - Jun 02 2018
For the first time, the Bata Shoe Museum is excited to be hosting mukluk–making workshops with Anishinaabekwe teacher Stephanie Pangowish, as part of the Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School, presented in partnership with the Bata Shoe Museum.
from Jan 29 2015 to Feb 01 2021
Gift Circle’s are an ancient practice that’s weaving its way into our modern world – and it’s about creating an alternative economy based on sharing. The distinctive feature of a gift economy is that people give of their possessions and services with no expectation of return.
from Feb 17 2015 to Feb 25 2020
from Feb 17 2015 to Feb 28 2020, 07:00 PM
from Feb 18 2015 to Feb 26 2020