Just a note to remind everyone that our next community meeting is happening this Saturday, November 9th, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., at our office. We know that this date is in the middle of the Ontario Deer Hunt but we hope to see as many of you as possible. Also, our community Christmas Potluck … Read moreCommunity Meeting
Sarah Stringer Vance is doing an incredible job documenting the Algonquin canoe build with photos and valuable insights into this important tradition happening now at the Bancroft North Hastings Heritage Museum. Be sure to follow along at https://www.facebook.com/vance.sarah. The annual birchbark canoe build showcases the enduring skill of our craftspeople, celebrates our deep connection to … Read moreFinal Week – 4th Annual Birch Bark Canoe Build & Raffle. Follow along on Facebook!
Theme: Nibi – Ginawayduganuc (Water – We are all connected) Saturday July 13thMillennium Park166 Hastings St N. Bancroft, ON Negotiation Report 10 amGrand Entry – 11 am Hosted by Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin First Nation & Whitney Area Algonquins Download the Algonquins Of Ontario Nation Gathering Brochure
Date: Saturday, August 24, 2019Location: Bancroft Village Playhouse (5 Hastings St. S., Bancroft)Tickets: $15 Please contact Noreen Tinney for more information and to purchase tickets. Visit https://www.bancroftvillageplayhouse.ca/.
North HastingsFriday, June 21, 2019 6:00am: Sunrise CeremonyLed by Algonquin Elder Ada Tinney Where: Faraday Community Centre -13 Lower Faraday Road and Hwy 28 S. Notes: Dress for cool morning air, bring a chair, your drums, rattles & voices to join the celebration. Shawashkong Ikwe Singers will also share some of their songs! EVERYONE WELCOME! … Read moreNational Indigenous Peoples Day & Summer Solstice Celebrations
Tickets for the Fourth Annual Birch Bark Canoe Raffle are now AVAILABLE!! Drop in to get yours from Noreen in our office at 24 Flint Ave., Bancroft, Ontario. $20.00 per ticket
We invite our community members to attend our special teaching event with Aimee Bailey, Educator and Trustee for The Circle of Turtle Lodge, and a Pot Luck Feast. Place: Our office, 24 Flint Ave, BancroftDate: April 27, 2019Time: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Aimee will be talking to us about the Anishinabek Clan System as … Read moreApril 27, 2019 — Anishinabek Clan System, Tobacco & Water Teachings
Algonquin Inòdewiziwin EarlyON Child and Family Centre. December 21, 2018 – 1:00pm – 3:00pm. All community members – both those with Indigenous heritage and non-Indigenous alike – are invited to visit the Algonquin Inòdewiziwin EarlyON Child & Family Centre (Maynooth Public School, Room 2) to enjoy a feast, bond with friends, family and neighbours, and prepare … Read moreWinter Solstice Feast & Celebration
Wampum Belts are visual records of history. They are records of relationships and treaties between the Indigenous people of the Eastern Woodlands, as well the relationships between Indigenous peoples and Settler Societies. Wampum Belts are used in ceremony, teachings and are reminders of our shared laws and values in relation to governance and land stewardship. … Read moreWampum Belt Talk presented by Brian Charles
Date: Saturday December 8th Time: 12:00 pm Place: Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin Nation 24 Flint Ave, Bancroft, ON What to bring: Your favourite pot luck dish. Musical instruments, if you play or have one, so we can celebrate with music as our families would have done in the past. We look forward to seeing you … Read moreCommunity Christmas Pot Luck is just around the corner!