Chosen PAThs: Health, Gender &Cultural Practices
Monday, Oct 28, 6:30-8pm
A free and public panel discussion that brings together Indigenous Maya K’iche youth and Indigenous youth living in Canada to share their powerful stories as champions of their communities. Sponsored by Horizons of Friendship, KWIC, and TRACKS. Peterborough Lawn Bowling Club, 577 McDonnel.
NOV 6, 5-8pm
Bridges Out of Poverty is a program that builds relationships between people living in poverty and mentors. The Neighbours Network is a group of past and present Bridging Team participants and supporters coming together to share in “Food, Fun, and Storytelling” and to learn from one another. Heritage Room at the Mount Community Center. A meal will be provided, and please feel free to bring an item to share with the group. For more information, contact Bedford House.
Transition Town Monthly Meetups
Nov 28, 2019
Our monthly “Meet-Ups” are a chance for Transitioners to gather, compare notes, discuss the issues of the day, plan for the future. For October there will be a focus on reviewing our successes and opportunities for improvement at the Purple Onion Festival.
We have made reservations at Tiny Greens (431 George St N), for our fall evenings (5pm – 7pm) on the 4th Thursday of the month. An interesting meal will be prepared. $5 or pay what you can. The discussion will be varied & directed toward making Peterborough a more resilient & livable community. You are welcomed to attend any of these dates. Bring some friends.
Sacred Circle Dance
2nd & 4th Friday of each month (Sept–June), 7-9pm. St. John’s Anglican Church Guild Hall, 99 Brock Street Peterborough. No experience or partners necessary. Celebrating the sacred in self, community and all beings. For more information, contact Paula Greenwood or check our Facebook page
Transition Town’s Greenzine
Here’s a link to the 1st Quarter 2019 Greenzine.
Women’s Drumming Circle
One Sunday of Each Month, 5pm
Welcome Back Drummers! Our next drumming circle will be held Sunday October 6 at 5:00 pm until 6:30 pm. Located at St. Andrew’s Manse (the old Hospice) at 441 Rubidge St. at Brock St (use the same parking lot). Cost is $3 to the church and $5 to Julie Ditta, our facilitator.
Should you require the use of a drum ($5 rental fee), please contact Julie no later than Friday to be sure she can bring a drum for you.
Mark your calendar for November 3 for our next drumming circle! For more info, contact.