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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Sacred Water Circle Gathering!

Thursday at 5:00pm - Friday, May 11 at 5:00pm in UTC-04
Trent University, Curve Lake, Petroglyph Park
Where: Peterborough, Ontario

When: Thurs, May 10 and Fri, May 11, 2012

Registration fee: $35 for students/ unwaged; $55 for others

Agenda:

Thursday Evening 5 pm - 9 pm
Curve Lake First Nation
Community Centre located at 20 Whetung St. East
- Formal Welcome Dinner/Social with special guest
- Registration

Friday Morning 10 am - 12 pm
Petroglyphs Provincial Park
(Bus departs from Trent University/Gzowski College/Yellow Building at 9 am sharp - extra cost per passenger $10)
- Pipe Ceremony with Doug Williams
- Water Ceremony with Josephine Mandamin
- Traditional Catered Feast

Friday Afternoon 1 pm - 5 pm
Trent University/Gzowski College/Yellow Building
in the Gathering Space on bottom floor
Traditional teachings by,
- Doug Williams
- Josephine Mandamin
- Dorothy Taylor
- Shirley Williams

LINKS TO MAPS:

For a map of/to Peterborough click here:


For a pdf map of Trent University click here:



For a map to the Petroglyphs click here:



For a map to the community Curve Lake Community Centre click here:



For more information/To register early/To volunteer/To donate contact:

Cathy Mitchell
(705) 745-3238 EXT. 201
cmitchell @ faith-commongood.net

Also visit our Sacred Water Circle website

Chi-Miigwetch and please share this event and invite all your friends.

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