Community Culture Circle : 4 Round Talking Circle 🪶
Join us for a 4 round talking circle as we come together to heal. This will take place soon after Orange Shirt Day as well as the Sisters In Spirit vigil, so please keep in mind that conversations may be heavy. Cultural support will be on site for this talking circle.
Let’s commemorate those we have lost, honour those who survived, recognize their families and loved ones, and support each other as we heal together.
Important note: Child minding will not be provided during Community Culture Circle. Children are parents responsibility. Due to the nature of this program, please be aware that some topics discussed within the talking circle may not be appropriate for children. This is a healing circle and content may be heavy.
Transportation is provided within St. John’s city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.
There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle 🙂
ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.
About Community Culture Circle:
Community Cultural Circle welcomes individuals of all walks of life. Its purpose is to introduce participants to the rudimentary concepts of Indigenous traditions through teachings, sharing knowledge, and participation in ceremony. Participants engage in an introduction talking circle, a smudging ceremony, and First Nations drumming as well as receive teachings for each of these practices. Community Culture Circle allows a safe, nonjudgmental space for community members to come together, share their stories, and enjoy each other’s company as they connect with the roots of Indigenous culture. It allows spiritual connection to ourselves and/or the Creator, reflecting upon a holistic approach to self-care and self-exploration through an Indigenous lens.