June 29, 2017Check out the free HKCC Water Does Wonders app created by De dwa da dehs nyes Aboriginal Health Centre. It’s a great resource to learn more about how much sugar you’re actually drinking everyday! Read more
June 20, 2017Click here to read the article about the HKCC Water Dance happening on June 24 at Little Lake Park in Midland. Read more
May 31, 2017Midland, Ontario – May 31, 2017 – The Healthy Kids Community Challenge of North Simcoe in partnership with the Georgian Bay Native Friendship Centre is inviting community members to take part in the Global Water Dance to be held on … Read more
PROGRAMS & EVENTS
This program provides a series of weekly activities that will enhance well-being by integrating skill development through traditional crafts, traditional music, dance, and Teachings. Take part in weekly drumming, dancing, jigging, or playing spoons. There will also be opportunities to make Regalia and drums! This program is open to children ages 6 to 12 years old.
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The Dirt to Dinner curriculum follows past themes, including “Food is Medicine” and “Water is Life” and will be offered at the Christian Island Elementary School and in partnership with the Right to Play Youth Group. Dirt to Dinner booster kits will handed out and Recreation Facilitators will deepen the understanding of traditional knowledge sharing and food awareness.
Development of the Gitigan Garden on Christian Island will be specific to growing useful skills, learning traditional techniques, and implementing garden functions and yields. Physical labour will be infused with the Dirt to Dinner Curriculum, and will take place at the Garden space. These workshops will be geared towards seasonal practice and education.