Learn the Basics of the Arabic Language
June 6-27, 2017

Interested in learning to speak the basics of the Arabic lanuage with an expert Arabic language instructor?
Please join our classes:
All four Tuesdays in June from 6:30-8pm.
At Beth Israel Synagogue, 775 Weller Street
Fee by donation.
email for more info to: jmualem@yahoo.com

By the Bushel Basket Signup

Treat yourself to freshly harvested, local and ecologically grown produce. By the Bushel has a main season produce baskets program that runs from June through October and includes Spring, Summer and Fall produce as the seasons progress. Baskets are available weekly in small or regular sizes or bi-weekly to suit your household’s needs. Baskets include items such as salad and cooking greens, mushrooms, onions, sprouts, berries, tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, peppers, melons, beans, leeks, herbs, squash, spinach and more. Pick up your basket from our convenient East City location on Thursday evening or Friday morning.
For more details

Cham Shan Temple Open House
June 19, 10am to 2:30pm

It’s time for another peek at the progress at the Buddhist Associations’ major project known as Wutai Shan Temple located on Ski Hill Road outside Bethany.  Come see the continuing transformation of this quiet spot in the community. Admission and parking is free, and visitors are welcome to tour around the 530 acre site by car or on foot .

3 Alarm Choir sings Toto’s “Africa”
TUESDAY, June 20th, 7:30pm

Gather at 7pm, Warm-up at 7:15, Sing “Africa” at 7:30!
Greenwood United Church, near the intersection of Parkhill Rd. East & Television Rd.
Bring: $5.00, a smile, & maybe a pencil to add notes to your lyrics sheet.
Kids: Welcome if with an adult and eager to fully participate.

Art Pop-Ups with the Peterborough Art Hive 
Fridays throughout June, 10am – noon

What if we could connect with each other, our community, and ourselves through the arts? What if we had a place we could go where we were seen as creative beings, capable and whole? What if that place were free of charge, offered a variety of materials, and space to create? What if it were okay to knit on your own, make a mural with a group, write a poem, work on a song, scribble with charcoal and paint over it with bright blue paint?
If this is something that appeals to you or someone you know, the Peterborough Art Hive is partnering with Seeds of Change for the months of May and June to make this happen. Check out the details below and/or in the attached poster. Please forward as appropriate to people in your circles. This is for people of all ages, all orientations, all abilities, all walks of life. We hope to see you there!
Free, supplies provided, no experience necessary. Donations welcome. Seeds of Change. 534 George St. N.

PARN presents: U=U Cafe
Wednesday, June 21, 7pm

Join PARN for a community conversation about Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U): what it means for people living with HIV, and why it’s a big deal for our communities.
Keynote Speaker: Bob Leahy, the editor of PositiveLite.com, Canada’s online HIV magazine.  In 2012, Bob was honoured with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal for his work and commitment to HIV/AIDS in Canada.
7:00 pm – Refreshments | 7:30 pm – World Café @ SHOWPLACE – 290 George Street North, Peterborough

Chocolate, Cheese and Activism
June 23, 12-2pm

Join the Kawartha World Issuess Centre, and OPIRG Peterborough for an afternoon of networking that will bring together the community to discuss the amazing work that’s happening in Peterborough. All are welcome, whether you are affliated with an organization or not. If possible, bring a snack (maybe say, some chocolate or cheese?!) for the group. Plan to discuss what you and your organization are doing, as well as both the support you can provide others, and what you are looking for help on.
This event will be held at the Millennium Park Display Room, behind the Silver Bean Cafe, and is generously sponsored by Chasing the Cheese.
If you have any questions, contact KWIC: workshops@kwic.info or OPIRG: opirg@trentu.ca

The Open Circle – Summer Solstice
June 24, 2pm to…

ALL WELCOME  to come together with joy and gratitude to celebrate the gift of the Sun. Following a ritual
celebration there will be free time to explore the gardens, play in the creek, dance, go for a walk in
the woods, socialize or just sit and listen to the birds. PLEASE ARRIVE BY 1:45. WE WILL BEGIN OUR CELEBRATION AT 2:00.  We will share a pot luck meal about 5:00.
Dress in sunny colours if you like.  Please bring: a scarf to be used during the ritual; anything you need to be comfortable outdoors – refillable water bottle, hat, sunscreen, long sleeves or bug spray; a pot luck dish to share.
(Due to food allergies and preferences, we ask that you bring a written list of the ingredients to display beside your dish); your own dishes, cutlery, & napkin. We will provide water or punch. Fridge available for perishables. Find directions through above link. Suggested donation $5.00-$10.00.  Please RSVP if you are coming.   Marg Butler  905 213-3800  Barb Hawthorn  705 875-6799


Powwows promote cultural pride, respect and health for young and old in an inclusive setting; drugs and alcohol are
forbidden on the powwow grounds. Powwows serve an important role in many Indigenous peoples’ lives as a forum to
visit family and friends, and to celebrate their cultural heritage, while also serving as a site for
cross-cultural sharing with non-Indigenous attendees and participants.
Hiawatha First Nation – May 20 & 21
Alderville First Nation – July 8 & 9
Scugog First Nation – July 15 & 16
Rama First Nation – Aug 19 & 20
Curve Lake First Nation – Sept 16 & 17