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Resurfacing History: Land and Lives in Mount Pleasant

September 13, 2019

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This Indigenous-led project focuses on developing a community process for promoting understanding of the land around us and in our communities. We work together to build capacity for Indigenous communities to learn and practice land-based teachings.

All community members, including non-Indigenous neighbours, are welcome to join in. Together we explore knowledge to integrate actionable steps that can make social ecosystems and infrastructure work for urban Indigenous families and community members.

  • Friday, August 9: Fir pitch, Oregon grape juice goodies
    (Alder Eco-Arts Hub, 2750 East 29th Avenue)
  • Saturday, August 10: Cedar weaving with Leonard Williams
  • Thursday, August 15: EartHand Gleaners
  • Friday, August 23: Queen Alexandra Harvest
    (Queen Alexandra Elementary School, 1300 East Broadway)
  • Friday, September 13
    (Alder Eco-Arts Hub, 2750 East 29th Avenue)
  • Saturday, September 14: Rose hips, or other fall favourites
  • Thursday, September 19: Medicine paints and pigments
  • Friday, September 27: Renfew Ravine
    (Alder Eco-Arts Hub, 2750 East 29th Avenue)

Limited spaces. Advance registration required.

Please contact:
Jolene Andrew (Wet’suwet’en & Gitxsan Nations)
Indigenous Community Developer
604.879.8208 ext 139 | jandrew@mpnh.org

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September 13, 2019
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Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House
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Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House
800 East Broadway
Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territory, BC V5T 1Y1 Canada
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