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NEWS: 2013

Community Consultation this Saturday | Published February 21st, 2013

Community Consultation for this year’s Donovan Elm West mural this Saturday 3-6pm at Better Beginnings Better Futures, 450 Morin Street. All are welcome to contribute to the dreaming process for this collaborative work of art!

Stilt Walking Training | Published February 28th, 2013

Amazing opportunity for youth wanting to get into circus arts!! Starting March 15th the YMCA and Myths and Mirrors are partnering to train 14-18 year olds to stilt, develop dramatic characters, build costumes and perform (and get paid!) at local festivals.

Workshops will be held on Fridays at 3:30-5:30pm at the YMCA on Durham Street from March 15th-July 4th. First gig: Northern Lights Festival Boreal!

Total workshop fee: $25 due the 3rd week so you can try it out!!!!!!!

If you or someone you know is interested in this fabulous project email Sarah King Gold at We have limited spots available so get in touch as soon as possible!!!

Donovan Elm West Mural Update: Story Collection Volunteers Needed | Published March 22, 2013

We have our design! We have our action plan! Myths and Mirrors Community Arts is facilitating the creation of a mural which will reflect the oral history of the Donovan Elm West neighbourhoods. We plan to hold story circles and individual interviews with the seniors of this culturally and historically rich neighbourhood. The stories, once collected, will be offered to the community at large, especially the youth, to visually interpret on panels which will, like a mosaic, fill a sillhouette of the Donovan Elm West city scape.

What we need now are volunteers to make up our team of story collectors! If you are interested in working with us on this fascinating project please get in touch with us as soon as possible as we intend on beginning our story collection process soon. Prior to our first session with the community, we will be holding a volunteer story circle to gather stories and practice how to collect the stories effectively.

Who can be a volunteer? We are looking for volunteers who are 16 years of age and up. People who can listen.

Please contact Blaire Flynn, Community Artist at or call her at (705) 662-0779 to register as a story collector. Please indicate your availability. We will be holding our first session in the next week or so and will be in touch with information about the time and the place. We are looking forward to working with you and the community on this extraordinary art making experience!

Here is a link to a CBC interview with Blaire about the project:

Giving Voice to the Creek | Published April 30th, 2013

Spring bloom wash away the gloom. Junction Creek Annual Spring Cleanup! It’s springtime and the Junction Creek Stewardship Committee are teaming up with Planet Earth Organic Landscaping to help spring clean Junction Creek. You supply the muscle and we’ll supply the gear. Cleanup will take place behind the Great Canadian Superstore on Lasalle between 10am and 1pm. We’ll have gloves, garbage bags and waders for the
adventurous adults. As well, drinks and Topper’s pizza after we’re done. This year, thanks to Myths and Mirrors, there will be a new spin on this cleanup.

Giving Voice to the Creek; A Myths and Mirrors’ Spontaneous Social Scène. We invite the participants of Junction Creek Annual Spring Cleanup to listen to, imagine and animate the voices of the creek. Together we will infuse art making into our day of reclaiming the creek from the assaults of our commercial and consumer practices. Through a series of short games we will create spontaneous theatre for and in the presence of Junction Creek.

Myths & Mirrors’ First Dance-A-Thon a Huge Success | Published May 8th, 2013

(May 7th 2013, Sudbury ON) Fromagerie Elgin’s floor was shaking till 8 am Sunday morning, making Myths & Mirrors’ first Dance-A-Thon a huge success! Not only was the fundraising goal of $5,000 reached and surpassed, the event, which opened at 8 pm Saturday night, was a full house with enthusiastic dancers long into the night, many in great costumes, each sponsored by friends and colleagues. DJ Christian Pelletier and his colleagues, Paul Loewenberg, Jeff (Yerf) Houle and Max Merrifield, kept them going strong as the 12-hour feat unfolded.

“It’s wonderful to feel the support of so many people, and I can’t say how grateful we all are, at Myths & Mirrors, to know that we can now move ahead with all of our summer projects!” declared Sarah King-Gold, Artistic Director of the organization. The funds raised will go towards the Donovan/Elm West mural, a project also supported by Councilor Evelyne Dutrisac, as well as the recently undertaken Kazzzam Performers Project, a circus arts troupe of young performers trained by M&M who will perform this summer at several local festivals. Myths and Mirrors Community Artists will also be appearing in unexpected places with our new Kazzzam Social Scènes, events that are aimed at playfully fusing art into the everyday in order to explore the meaning of common cultural practices. Look out for what’s coming up! All are welcome to participate!

Many people and businesses came together to make this event such a success and Myths & Mirrors wishes to thank each and everyone of them: Fromagerie Elgin and it’s generous staff who participated in the Dance-A-Thon (they were amazing on and off the dance floor!), Christian Pelletier, Paul Loewenberg and Jeff Houle for their great music, Auberge Inn, Frenchy’s Pizza and Lori Bergh for their wonderful gifts and prizes, “We Live Up Here” for offering all proceeds of magnets sales during the event to Myths & Mirrors, raising an additional $800 and generously donating $2000 from the proceeds of their collaborative photo book published in 2012, as well as Carrie Regenstreif who coordinated the event with gusto and all the dancers who stepped up to the challenge. And as always, Myths and Mirrors Community Arts is very grateful for the continued support of The City of Greater Sudbury, The Ontario Arts Council and The Ontario Trillium Foundation.

The Vision of Myths and Mirrors:
Through the process of multi disciplinary artistic practices and public art interventions, Myths and Mirrors collaborates with community to weave art and story into the landscape and practices of our daily lives. We actively seek unexpected connections, openings, opportunities and possibilities of collectively being in the world.  We push boundaries and create openings for public participation in social transformation. Everyone is welcome to imagine and create community with us.

For more information, please contact:
Sarah King-Gold
Artistic Director, M&M, 705-507-2340

Exploring Relationships: Land, water, culture and the places in between | Published July 4th, 2013

Near the end of June 2013 we began an open arts based discussion focused on our relationship with the body of water and territory of Bitimagamasing (AKA Ramsey Lake). The overall goals of this project are to explore our relationship with water, land and each other as Indigenous and Non-Indigenous (settler, immigrant) people.

This project with the moniker of “the water that lies beside the hill” (the English translation of the Anishinaabemowin name of the lake) was launched at the National Aboriginal Day celebrations at Bell Park’s Grace Amphitheatre on the Summer Solstice and continued at a location in the park near the water’s edge for the remainder of the summer. These “picnic in the park” art workshops were open to the public.

Through this broad exploration which explored our varying relationships with water over 100 people collectively created a stunning body of artwork which will be included in a late spring celebration. The work includes paintings and drawings, songs and dances, poetry and prose all which express our relationships with water, masks which symbolically represent water stories of our places of origin and the development of a mythology of a creature named Frozen Being for whom we created a body map that embodies our thoughts and feelings about the state of water in our lives and our world.

Now at the beginning of 2014 we have developed a group of committed community members who meet regularly to practice experimental theatre, movement, visual art and creative writing to explore the interpersonal relationships between the members of this cross cultural group. Our goal at this stage is to better understand each other as individuals who are part of a complex history of colonization and participants in the complex social context of co-existing in this place at this time in history.

Together we will develop the next stages of this powerful and poignant project. Watch out for open workshops to get involved!

To look at photographs that document the process of this project click here.

NEWS: 2012

Participants Wanted!! Ryan Heights Youth Center Mural | Published January 5th, 2012

Calling Youth of Ryan Heights!!!!!! If you are or someone you know lives in the Ryan Heights area of Sudbury you are invited to participate in a Mural Project at the Ryan Heights Youth Center.

We will be starting our project on January 14th at 10am and working until 2 or 3pm. We will  continue with our project on the following 4 or 5 Saturdays until we complete our project. As all of our art projects, this is a collaborative project. We will work collectively to plan our mural, create our design and paint the mural.

If you or someone you know is interested in participating please contact our Artistic Director, Sarah King Gold at (705) 507-2340 or email at

Myths and Mirrors Community Arts Fundraiser, Saturday, Jan. 21st @ The Townehouse | Published January 21st, 2012

Myths and Mirrors Community Arts is holding a fundraiser at the Townehouse on January 21st. The evening will begin at 11pm with the beautifully seductive sounds of Laura Willett followed by a little bit roots rock and little funky rock and roll from Digital Bender. The evening will conclude with the newly formed multi-instrumental band, Spine Candy, which plays a wide variety of groovy, dancing tunes, some covers and some original. $5 at the door!

There will be Myths and Mirrors’ merchandise available for purchase; t-shirts, cards, buttons, calendars and raffle draws!! Come have a wonderfully rockin’ time while showing your support for a vitally valuable non-profit multi-media arts organization. Myths and Mirrors has been working to build a united community within Sudbury by infusing artistic empowerment into the fabric of our northern culture since 1996.

For more information about this event or our up coming projects please contact Sarah King Gold, Artistic Director @ or (705) 507-2340.

Call for Participants: Mayworks Festival | Published February 2nd, 2012

First Meeting: Sudbury February 26th from 3-5pm, 139 Durham Street. Across from the YMCA and above Village International.

Myths and Mirrors is partnering with local community members, workers, unions and artists to help bring to Sudbury the very first annual May Works. May Works, founded in 1986 and held in many cities across Canada, is a multi-disciplinary arts festival that celebrates working class culture.

This is an official call out to ANYONE who is interested in working on a community visual art project dealing with the issues of work. What does your work mean to you? What are your hopes and desires for your work? What struggles does your work, or lack there of, present you?

Mayworks’ artistic vision is specifically guided by our equity policy that recognizes the systemic discrimination and injustices faced by equity-seeking groups, and designates women, First Nations people, people of colour and queer-identified people as being disadvantaged in our society. (Mayworks website)

We encourage those of you in Sudbury who have faced discrimination in the work sphere to come and share your story through art. Please contact us if you are interested in participating. Artists and non artists are welcome to participate. Email, facebook or call or (705) 507-2340.

Check out May Works official website for more info on what other cities are doing –

It is time we brought this labour focused festival to SUDBURY!!!!! Join us to make it happen!

And We Have a Winner | Published February 21st, 2012

We have now come to the close of our first ever painting raffle. The painting, entitled “Converging Storms,” was donated by our Artistic Director, Sarah King Gold. Thank you to all you bought tickets for helping to make this a very successful debut painting raffle!  We raised just under $400! All the proceeds of this raffle go towards community arts projects of Myths and Mirrors. So with no further delay we announce the winner… drum roll please… the winner is: RICHARD NOWAK!!!!!!

Snow Sculptures at Winterfest | Published February 21st, 2012

This past weekend Myths and Mirrors Community Arts created and worked with festival goers to create snow sculptures for Winterfest! Our lead artist, James Cook, created a snow sculpture of Sudbury’s first car, a 1911 Packard Model 30 Phaeton.

Amanda, Mitchell and Parker Corrigan, Ada and Sarah King Gold worked on a collaborative sculpture of a sea monster, a frog head and a human head. Spider Alan Asher worked diligently on our Myths and Mirrors’ logo! Snow was flying! Looking forward to expanding this project next year!

The True Cost of Coal and the Economics of Happiness @ The Rainbow Cinemas | Published March 30th, 2012

Join us at the Rainbow Cinemas Friday March 30th at 7 pm for a double presentation of “The True Cost of Coal,” an illustrated banner presentation from the Bee Hive Collective and “The Economics of Happiness,” a documentary by The International Society for Ecology and Culture. $5 at the door.

7pm: The True Cost of Coal
8:15pm: The Economics of Happiness

See you there!! Presented by Sudbury Food Connections and Myths and Mirrors Community Arts.

Mayworks Metal Work/Shop Sun. April 1st | Published March 30th, 2012

Mayworks Metal Work/Shop
Sunday April 1st, 10am-4pm
Victory Park, 496 Frood Road

Join our collective community art project for MAYWORKS FESTIVAL: Celebrating Working Class Culture Through the Arts. Work through your thoughts and feelings about work through the art/work of metal stamping. Workshop open to ages 12 and up. Bring the kids to play in the park while you play! For more information call Sarah King Gold, Artistic Director at (705) 507-2340.

Grand Opening: Metal Works Unveiling and 2012-2015 Theme Artistic Visioning | Published May 25th, 2012

Myths and Mirrors Community Arts and Village International Sudbury are joining forces and sharing space at VIS’s Durham St. location. You are invited to celebrate this partnership and the Grand Opening of Myths and Mirrors’ Downtown Space.

When: Saturday May 26th, 1-4 pm
Where: 139 Durham Street, Sudbury

1 pm: Announcement of Partnership between VIS and M&M.
2 pm: Metal Works Project Public Unveiling: Come celebrate the amazing collaborative art work our community created to explore issues around our work and what it means to us!
3 pm:  Public Announcement of Myths and Mirrors’ new 3 year theme: The Art of Survival/The Survival of Art.

Please join us to explore this new theme through a community art visioning process open to participants of all ages. Refreshments will be served! Fair trade smoothies for sale!

We will also be participating in Sudbury’s down town yard sale! Look for both VIS and M&M!!!!

Ryan Heights Youth Centre Mural | Published May 25th, 2012

At the end of March we wrapped up our 2 and half month project with the youth of Ryan Heights. Over January, February and March of this year we engaged the youth in a mural which helped them connect personally and collectively to the new space, offered to them by the City of Greater Sudbury. The city runs an after school program for the youth and the desire for the mural was to help the youth and the workers make the space theirs while building their small community’s relationships. All of those who passed through the walls were invited to offer their silhouette to be traced on the wall. Then they were invited to paint their personal touch on their shape. The youth and workers of this place became part of the space and a special part of them was reflected through the images and words they chose to describe themselves. To see the process and outcome of this wonderfully vibrant mural click here.

“We Are Here” Mural Planning for June and July | Published June 23rd, 2012

Myths and Mirrors is currently working on developing a collaborative Mural in the Sudbury area with community artists Katie Fenerty and Melanie St-Pierre. Right now you can drop in at the Durham Village International location across the street from the YMCA and create a stencil work for the Mural. The stencils will be placed to create scenes in the Mural and work around the theme of We Are Here!

The drop in dates are:
Monday-Wednesday: 3-7
Thursday-Friday: 1-7

We are also going to be holding workshops at the Victory park location on July 5th and 12th!! Happy painting!

Myths and Mirrors is at Northern Lights | Published July 7th, 2012

Myths and Mirrors will be at Northern Lights Festival Boreal again this year in the Arts Village. We will be selling a lot of our Myths and Mirrors merchandise such as buttons, shirts, cards and zines!! Also, we will be holding the stage painting at the main stage where you can watch artists create works of art you can even come and get involved! There is even an option to buy the pieces created they will start the bidding at 50 dollars and anyone can bid as much as they please!

Come on out this 6-8 weekend and join in on the fun!

NEWS: 2011

Myths is Hiring a New Artistic Director | Published May 5th, 2011

UPDATE: Myths and Mirrors would like to welcome our new Artistic Director, Sarah King Gold!

Myths and Mirrors is currently seeking an Artistic Director for our organization. This position is a one year contract (renewable on a yearly basis contingent upon funding) at 21 hour per week (minimum, more hours might be available). A four month probation period will apply to this position.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Artistic Coordinator is responsible for:
– concept and design of community art projects
– management and facilitation of community art projects
– promotion of organization and projects
– management of Myths and Mirrors site
– developing and maintaining project and site partnership
– maintaining Myths and Mirrors’ web presence

Candidates should have demonstrated experience in the design and implementation of
community based art projects; in group facilitation; and in staff supervision. Interested
candidates should submit their cover letter, resume, and three references via email no later than May 10th at 4pm to:

Monique Beaudoin
Administrative Coordinator
Myths and Mirrors Community Arts

We thank you for your application, but we will contact only those candidates who will be
interviewed. Myths and Mirrors is an organization that works with marginalized communities and that is committed to equal opportunity for individuals from these communities.

Myths and Mirrors is Hiring Summer Students | Published May 25th, 2011

Myths and Mirrors Community Arts is currently seeking summer students for two positions starting June 27th, 2011 and ending August 27th, 2011. Reporting to the Artistic Director, the Community Artists (CA) will be responsible for the development and facilitation of community art projects and summer programming for youth and adults in the Donovan Flour Mill area. The Community Artists will be paid an hourly rate of $10.25 per hour for 35hrs of work per week. Please submit your cover letter, résumé and three references via email, no later than Friday June 3rd, 2011 at the following address:

Monique Beaudoin
Administrative Coordinator
Myths and Mirrors Community Arts

Myths and Mirrors Community Arts is an equal opportunity employer. We thank all who apply, but will contact only those selected for an interview.

Project Meeting Wednesday June 29th, 6-8… Everyone welcome | Published June 28th, 2011

CONTINUING THE CONVERSATIONS: 15 Years of Reflecting and Creating with Myths and Mirrors

MYTHS AND MIRRORS IS 15 YEARS OLD!! Are you a past participant of Myths and Mirrors Community Arts? Are you interested in getting involved?

Join us this summer as we pull together a multi-media, multi venue city-wide retrospective art exhibit from August 26-28th!! Everyone is welcome to come together to work with the ideas, materials and spaces of M&M’s past projects. In the tradition and process of community arts, we intend to work collaboratively and creatively to revisit, explore and present the projects of the past.

Dancers, writers, thespians, theatre folk, film makers, poets, musicians, painters, sculptors, photographers and absolutely ANYONE who would like to explore their creative side, are invited to join us.

Come to the first meeting of this project:
Wednesday June 29th, 6-8 pm
Victory Park, 496 Frood Road

Email or call Sarah @ 705-507-2340 for more info! Refreshments will be provided!!

p.s.  If you can’t make it on Wednesday and still want to be involved, contact us and we will keep you updated about the project plans. You can be a participant with a large or small commitment of time!

We have chosen our projects for our FESTIVAL! We need participants to make it all happen! | Published July 12th, 2011

We invite you to come to our Tuesday evening Potluck M&M festival planning meeting from 5:30-8pm at 496 Frood Road, Victory Park. If you need transportation please call Sarah at (705) 507-2340. Here is a short agenda for this week’s meeting:  (Minutes from the last 2 meetings are attached)

– Circle in
– Explanation of Festival concept for those who are new!
– Review of chosen Festival projects
– Plan of attack:  Dates for project workshops, identifying additional people to work on them, list of needed resources to get going
– Brain storming for the Name of Festival:  In order to promote the festival properly we need a proper name. “Myths and Mirrors’ 15th Anniversary Restrospective Arts Exhibit and Festival” is just too cumbersome. If you cannot make the meeting please send in ideas beforehand so we can add them to the list!
– Circle out

Please review the list of chosen projects to see if there is any one (or two) you would love to participate in! Looking forward to seeing you and getting these wonderful projects going!! Please note any level of commitment is welcome!!! We will be updating and you can jump in at anytime!


sticking it to the bad man, fire sculpture (YES)
lake lanterns launched on junction creek (YES)
revive the f-word (YES)
spirit masks (YES)
video teepee (MAYBE)
redoing mural underpass (MAYBE)
graffiti boards in underpass (MAYBE)

flash mob choir (YES)
belonging art display and gallery (YES)
poverty game booth (YES)
M &M storytelling/ theatre@ library (YES)
parade (YES),
using puppets in parada (YES)
scavenger hunt (YES)
theatrical flash theater (MAYBE)

bumper stickers/flags for cars and bikes (YES)
origami workshops (YES)
full moon dance (YES)
lantern workshops (YES)
tie in four elements as theme (MAYBE)
buttons (YES)

Looking forward to it all!!

KAZZZAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! | Published July 13th, 2011

We have the name for our festival! KAZZZAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Celebrating 15 years of Myths and Mirrors Community Art! Watch out for events and workshops leading up to the big weekend on the 26th and 27th of August!  If you are interested in participating in any of the following projects please contact Sarah @ (705) 507-2340 or @

-Flash Mob Choir
-Flash Mob Theatre
-Flash Mob Dance
-Lantern making workshop
-Fire Sculpture
-Readings of past Myths and Mirrors’ poetry during festival

Also Shailagh has offered to teach a fire poi workshop and Heather has offered to teach stilting!!!! Again, call or email Sarah to let her know if you are interested in either of these and she will advise about timing! Happy Tuesday Everyone!!

Festival Prep Drop in at Victory! Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-8pm | Published July 22nd, 2011

Join us as we prepare for our August 26th and 27th festival KAZZZAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Myths and Mirrors: Celebrating 15 years of Community Arts. Each Tuesday and Thursday from 4-8pm we will be opening the Victory Park workshop for working meetings to get ready. Stilting, singing, acting, dancing, button making, flag making, t-shirt, parade prop making etc… Look for updates for each meetings focus.

This Thursday July 21st: Parade Retrospective Tour Mapping and Parade Prop Making. See you there!

KAZZZAM! Upcoming Workshops | Published July 27th, 2011

Thursday, July 28th
4-6pm: Lantern Making Workshop
6-8pm: Poi with Shailagh! Poi is a performance art in which a ball or balls suspended from a length of flexible material, usually a plaited cord, are held in the hand and swung in circular patterns. Poi is one of the traditional performing arts of the Moari people of New Zealand and has developed many forms used worldwide as a hobby, exercise, or performance art. (Wikipedia)

What you need to get started: a pair of knee high stockings and a pair of tennis balls.

Tuesday August 2nd:
4-6pm: Button and flag making. For promotional material we will be making hand-painted bike flags and buttons. Join us and add your “flair”!!!
6-8pm: 2nd flash mob meeting

Theatre: We will be creating an original theatre piece drawing inspiration from the puppets of M&M’s past.

Show of Hands Song: Come and learn the song inspired by M&M’s first project, “Show of Hands” by Debbie Robertson. We intend to perform this during our festival. We need you voice and creative input about how to put this beautiful work of art to song.

Tentative: 6-8pm: Stilting workshop with Heather Smith!! Call Spider for stilt building details: (705) 507-2340 and Sarah for general info. Those under interested 18 years of age who are interested must have a parent or guardian to understand the risks and sign our waiver.

Thursday August 4th:
4-6pm: Puppet body building!! Once we have our puppet theatre piece in the works we will need to recreate the bodies of our puppets… they now only have heads. Work with us to repair their heads and make their bodies come to life once more!
6-8pm: Repeat Poi Workshop!!! Again with Shailagh!!!


Call Sarah for transportation or more info: (705) 507-2340. ALL OUR MEETINGS AND WORKSHOPS ARE POTLUCK… Bring a snack to share if you can! See you soon!

KAZZZAM! Celebrating 15 years of Myths and Mirrors Community Arts | Published August 7th, 2011

On August 26th and 27th we are holding a festival which will take place in downtown Sudbury and the Donovan. We will be taking a walk down memory lane with performances and exhibits illuminating the projects of Myths and Mirrors’ past.

List of Events:
Friday August 26th:
6:30pm: Meet at GNO for pre-party face painting and costuming!
7pm: Opening Ceremonies
7:30pm: Commencement of our Moving Street Party!!! Come out to participate in flash mob dancing, singing and poetry, circus arts, dancing, drumming through the streets as we visit the sites of Myths and Mirrors’ past projects.
9pm: KAZZZAM Party!!!! Viarail Train Station, Elgin Street… Follow the procession on to the party. This event is a fundraiser for Myths and Mirrors: $5 at the door, cash bar and food and fanciful goodies for sale!

Saturday 27th:
11am: Storytime at the MacKenzie Street Library.
12-9pm: In conjunction with Picnicfest we will be holding the following workshops:
– origami
– lantern making
– henna
– and showcasing some circus arts!!
9pm: Lantern Launch down Nolan Creek: Join us as we send our lanterns and dreams down Nolan Creek in a glowing dance of water and fire, paper and wood!
10pm–1am: Closing Party and Jam Session at the Moose Lodge. We have invited a slew of musical artists to perform. $5 at the door, cash bar.

If you are interested in being part of the festivities please contact Sarah at (705) 507-2340, email at or show up to Victory Park between 4 and 8pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays leading up to the event… OR JUST COME ON OUT ON THE 26th!!!!!!

We thank our funders: The Ontario Arts Council, The City of Greater Sudbury and Human Resources Development Canada!!!!

2011 Annual General Meeting | Published October 4th, 2011

You are cordially invited to Myths and Mirrors Community Arts 2010-11 Annual General Meeting Celebration Potluck and Jam Session.

5:30pm: Potluck Dinner
6:30pm: Meeting

WHERE: 19 Frood Road (Parking behind the building, at the corners of Beech and Frood)

Please RSVP no later than October 17th, 2011

For more information or to confirm your attendance, please contact:
Monique Beaudoin, Administrative Coordinator
Tel: 705-507-5743

Occupy Sudbury Workshops | Published November 23rd, 2011

Sunday, November 27th 11am–4pm
Victory Park, 496 Frood Road

11am-1pm: Join us as we learn about the Seven Grandfather Teachings through the guidance of Winnie Pitawanakwat, Aboriginal Elder. This workshop will also include the Medicine Wheel Teachings. Suggested donation: $5.

1pm-2pm: Pot Luck Lunch, please bring a dish to share for lunch
2pm–4pm: “OCCUPY” LAWN (or window) SIGN WORKSHOP

Led by Myths and Mirrors Community Arts we will make signs in the tradition of political lawn or window signs, however, our signs will be personalized, artistic and have messages which best suit our particular interests in this occupy movement.

We will have a list of options for messages as well as brainstorm possible messages for our signs. With paint and found materials we will create our signs to place around our homes in solidarity with those who desire and are working toward a different world.

Please bring donations of exterior and interior paint, exterior varnish, scrap wood or metal and anything else you or others might like to add to the signs. We have the tools to cut, paint and build our signs. If you don’t have any supplies that is fine, we will provide what we can. In the spirit of the occupy movement, we will make due with what is at hand! Monetary donations are welcome as well.

For more info please call Sarah @ 705-507-2340

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