From 6.30 pm
At Congregation Darchi Noam
864 Sheppard Avenue West
Congregation Darchei Noam / [email protected]
On Wednesday, February 7, this year's event, Our Home, Our Stories: Indigenous, Muslim and Jewish Communities in Dialogue, is sure to be a unique, enlightening evening of stories, dance and music. In addition to our very own Rabbi Tina, we will also welcome Whabagoon (Lac Seul Nation – Loon Clan – Treaty 3, Traditional Elder), Wali Shah (spoken word poet, musician & 2014 Canada's Top 20 Under 20), and the Indigenize Our Minds Education Outreach Program's “Pow Wow Experience” with Memengwaanh Bell-Trudeau dancing and Tasunke Pejuta Sugar singing with hand drum.
Be sure to register now to join us an our partners, the Interfaith Dialogue Institute and the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto for an unforgettable night!
Visit us online to register and to learn more about our phenomenal participants:http://www.darcheinoam.ca/