This workshop is designed as a healing, restorative space for us to begin to engage in activities that help us reflect more deeply on our relationships with the land (including waters, sky, etc.) and, in turn how those relationships impact or reflect our relationships with one another as human beings. Unlike some other traditional Zoom workshops, we will also engage in virtual land-based activities as well as dance/movement activities with accessibility options provided. We hope to see you there to celebrate the Goose Moon and the Spring Equinox!
Facilitated by Ionah Scully (Cree-Métis, Michel First Nation), Ph.D. Student in Cultural Foundations of Education and participants of the 2020 Dialogue with the Land, Dialogue with Each other series.
The first ten people to register and attend the workshop will be gifted a Contigo water bottle and a decal with the Dialogue with the Land logo (arrange for pickup on the registration form). Buttons with the logo are also available for pickup at 113 Euclid Avenue for all registrants.
This event was published on March 18, 2021.