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Genocide Memorial Service 2019

Sunday, July 14, 2019 10:30 a.m.at the Unitarian Church of Edmonton Invitation to the 11th Annual Genocide Memorial Service, 10804-119 Street Members of all faiths and ethnic groups are invited to participate in the Genocide Memorial Service Sponsors: Unitarian Church of Edmonton and  Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action. The Genocide Memorial Service begins …

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Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day 2019

Friday June 21 All Welcome Saturdy June 22 On June 22, 2019, Edmonton’s Indigenous Peoples Festival will fill the Edmonton Expo Centre! First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples and cultures will be celebrated through interactive experiences, cultural demonstrations, artisans, cuisine and live concerts. Saturday, June 22, 2019 at the Edmonton Expo Centre. Free admission. All …

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2019 Summer Serendipity Services

Looking for good company and an interesting discussion? Every Sunday starting June 23 to the end of August  Westwood hosts our informal Summer Serendipity Services: a friendly hour of reflection and discussion on the topic of the week. Weekly topics are based on the monthly themes of the past year and are listed in the …

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Reconciliation Film Festival

In honour of Reconciliation Week, RISE has partnered with Metro Cinema to feature five days of film screenings, discussions and related programming covering themes related to reconciliation in Edmonton. Join us for the 2nd Annual RISE Reconciliation Film Festival, May 28 – June 1, 2019 at Metro Cinema in the Garneau Theatre, 8712 – 109 Street, Edmonton. This year’s …

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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 friends of friends, …

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SOCIAL MEDIA CANNOT BE SUCCESSFUL ALONE

    Our Friend Karen Bilida from the Unitarian Church of Edmonton composed the following post on social media. We have edited it to reflect a Westwoodian flavour and reprinted it below: Help us help communicate to the outside world what a great community we have and stay tuned to all the latest! Every comment, …

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Building Bienvenue: Get Your Tickets Now!

Delicious African inspired food, entertainment, and friends : don’t miss out! Get your tickets for Building Bienvenue Friday January 25. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Martin Kerr will perform at 6 pm. Dinner to follow Martin’s set. After Dinner entertainment: Harmonia, Gordon Ritchie (harp), Chorealis. Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana, a Unitarian Universalist minister and refugee from Burundi, will be …

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