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Where Are the Children?

Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools is a travelling exhibition by the Legacy of Hope Foundation that tells the poignant and painful true story of how Indigenous peoples have been impacted by the Residential School System in Canada. Borealis Gallery Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre Edmonton Federal Building, Main floor, 9820-107 Street …

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2019 Westwood Casino Volunteers Needed

November 5 & 6 2019 Check your calendar and sign up now! This important fundraiser helps Westwood provide the programs, facilities and support services that are essential to this community.  No experience necessary. On site training provided.  Note: some positions are restricted by AGCL regulations to members only but Westwood friends, and friend of friends, …

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Rick Rogers: Consonance and Dissonance

As an adult, I remember with a touch of amusement, the bitterness of not finding finger paints in my stocking on Christmas morning.  Who could really blame Santa? But the simple joy of playing with those squishy pigments at grade school is a sensation that remains vivid for me today. Art and design have always …

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Steve Ricketts: The Many faces of Grief

I first became interested in photography in 2010 as a pre-retirement project and as a homage to my Dad, and I discovered that I enjoyed it immensely. I find myself drawn to photography because of its ability to tell a story without the use of words. One can write at length about a topic but …

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Learn, Grow, Commit

Saturday, March 30 in St. Albert. Details are in the RISE March newsletter. RISE – Reconciliation In Solidarity Edmonton, in partnership with the Art Gallery of St. Albert and the City of St. Albert present In This Together: An honest chat about reconciliation since the TRC. Five years after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission held …

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Myra Bielby

Rug hooking is an original Canadian craft, developed in the Maritimes and eastern Quebec in the nineteenth century. An original recycling activity, it involved women splitting burlap seed bags open, then ripping up their families worn clothing into wool strips to be worked into patterns for the burlap backing. Voilà-rugs for their bare wooden floors …

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Recipes and Thanks for Building Bienvenue!

Many thanks to all involved in the Building Bienvenue benefit dinner at UCE Friday January 25 and the Sunday worship service at Westwood. Special thanks to Rev. Brian Kiely, Unitarian Church of Edmonton, his talented kitchen crew, beverage servers, set up and front of house volunteers. A special nod to Will for the graphic designs …

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AN ARMY OF PROBLEM SOLVERS: Social Enterprise Workshop

A full-day Social Enterprise Workshop with Shaun Loney … for Change Makers and Innovators, Sat. Feb 2, 2019 At Westwood About this Event Looking for a way to make a difference? To embrace the Solutions Economy? Ready to re-imagine your business, agency or organization, and leave ‘we’ve always done it this way’ in the past? Join us …

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