Wednesday Dec 10, 2014-1:15pm-1:45pm Idle No More Toronto Round Dance.
It’s Round Dance Time! Please join us at Yonge & Dundas Square, Toronto at the blue tree. Its INM"s 2nd anniversary and lets show this city we're still here. Calling all hand drummers and those who want to round dance! To celebrate INM 2nd anniversary we want to remember the homeless who will struggle to survive through a cold winter. Toronto Grassroots Outreach activists(GO) will be there to say a few words about their outreach work to the Toronto homeless. Idle No More Toronto is calling for donations of male & female items of socks, gloves, hats and scarves that will be handed out to the homeless this winter by the Grassroots Outreach activists. See you there!
Saturday Dec 13, 2014—12pm-5pm- Kaha:wi Dance Theatre presents
Powwow Boot Camp
Shake & shape up for the holidays KDT style
Kaha:wi Dance Theatre (KDT) is pleased to offer a high-energy Powwow/dance training class. This is an intensive as well as fun boot camp style workout for people interested in maximizing their physical fitness led by Artistic Director Santee Smith and KDT instructors. KDT will be hosting a Holiday Open House & Potluck after Powwow Boot Camp where all participants are welcome.
Holiday Open House & Potluck: 5:30-8:30pm
Dancemakers Studio - 15 Case Goods Lane, studio #313, M5A 3C4, Toronto, ON
Powwow Boot Camp is designed for people ages 16 & up. Please wear workout clothing, no shoes are required and make sure to bring plenty of water for hydration.
$20 dollars at the door/$15 dollars if you are on our mailing list –
Sunday December 14, 2014-10am-4pm Holiday Market Sale, Stan Wadlow Park, 373 Cedarvale Ave
Monday December 15, 2014-8pm-FUNdraiser Concert for Thunder Woman Healing Lodge-There’s a great upcoming concert benefiting for Thunder Woman Healing Lodge Research Project on Monday December 15, 2014 at 8:00pm at Lee’s Palace. The feature artists are Digging Roots and we are excited that they will be headlining our fundraiser. The opening acts are Gary LaRocca and J-Rez. Tickets are only $15 available on EventBrite or $20 at the door. Please join us for a night of fabulous Aboriginal musical artists and a worthy cause
This is a fundraising event by the Doctor’s Lions Club of Toronto and the Toronto Aboriginal Social Services Council. There are far too many Aboriginal women incarcerated in this country and far too many federally sentenced Aboriginal women. The Research Project supports the creation of a s.81 Healing Lodge in Toronto or the GTA where Aboriginal women can heal, grow and integrate back into the community. The partners involved are leaders in the Aboriginal community in Toronto, along with health care professionals that believe that the vision can become a reality.
December 18, 2014-8:30pm- BASEMENT REVUE-The Basement Revue breaks tradition to reveal a star-studded fundraiser to raise support for missing and murdered aboriginal women.
On December 18, 2014 at the Opera House in Toronto’s East End, Joseph Boyden, A Tribe Called Red, Jennifer Castle, Lee Maracle, Naomi Klein, Leanne Simpson, Tara Williamson, Shary Boyle, Emily Vey Duke, Cris Derkson, and special guests will come together to celebrate community.
In the Basement Revue’s seven-year history, we have always kept the line-up of these shows a secret, but we’ve decided to break tradition this year given the circumstances and what the objective of this show has become — an opportunity for the Canadian arts community to come together in solidarity and support.