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Two Movies with Sacred Sharing Circles

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In positive actions in 2018 we walk in solidarity to support our own environment and ecology where water and compassion are critical to all life for the human family and all our relations.

Bring a friend and some light snacks!


5 pm – 7pm

“Seven Sacred Fires of the Star Nation People”
by Rod Beavercloud Berry

With the eye of spirit-enters into some of the most complex and important symbols the Star Nation People have sent.

7pm – 7:30pm

Break/Conversation
 

7:30pm – 8:30pm

“The Sacred Run, the Lotus and the Feather”
by Andrea Sadler

American Indian leader, Dennis Banks, with First Nation people from North America and Japan, were joined by volunteers from 13 countries on a ceremonial run finishing in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

“One of the most inspiring, powerful and awesome depictions of a journey of hope, love and beauty.” P. Richardson
 

8:30pm

Closing circle, conversations, prayers of thanks and gratitude.

 

Support our sale of stickers or pins with a donation of $5.00 or more thanks to www.freethefalls.ca ad hoc group for their support in sharing these movies and resources for learning.

Also see www.concernedcitizens.net for upcoming walks re: Radioactive Waste Alert  and walks Thursday, Jan. 18 Parliament Hill 11 am..Saturday, Jan. 20 Women’s March noon to 4 pm Parliament Hill..The CNSC License Hearings Jan. 23-25 Best Western Pembroke will be on www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca


 

Location

Kitchissippi United Church
630 Island Park Drive, Ottawa

Turn left or right onto Byng St. before or after the Queensway overpass depending on whether your coming North or South on Island Park

 

 

 

 

Earlier Event: January 20
Women's March On Ottawa