Coming to Niagara, Ontario this Wednesday, August 30th – A Film and Conversation Series Honouring Indigenous Culture, History and Teachings

 Indigenous 150+ Offers All Ages A PWYC – Pay What You Can – Film Screening  

Don’t Miss It at Seneca Queen Theatre on 4624 Queen Street in downtown Niagara Falls, Ontario. Doors Open 6:30 p.m., Screening begins at 7 p.m.

Parking is complimentary in the Niagara Municipal lot in behind the theatre; with complimentary street parking also available during the evening after 5 p.m./ramps and wheelchair accessible washrooms are available.  

To view a trailer for the documentary, click on the following screen

. INDIGENOUS 150+ honour First Nations, Inuit and Métis culture, history and teachings contributing to a movement to put Indigenous voices centre stage and to recognize that Canada’s heritage is much greater than one hundred and fifty years. The initiative launched on June 22nd in Owen Sound with screenings also being planned in other cities including Blue Mountain Village (Aug 19/20) in Ontario, and Lethbridge and Canmore in Alberta to date.

For more information, click on – https://www.facebook.com/events/1714465658862256

For an earlier story on this event, posted on Niagara At Large, click on – https://niagaraatlarge.com/2017/08/24/coming-to-niagara-ontario-august-30th-a-film-and-conversation-series-honouring-indigenous-culture-history-and-teachings/ .

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One response to “Coming to Niagara, Ontario this Wednesday, August 30th – A Film and Conversation Series Honouring Indigenous Culture, History and Teachings

  1. It is about time the First Nation People of this Country got the respect and admiration they so Rightly deserve..It is not only tiring But totally disgusting to hear individuals bad mouthing the peoples of the First Nation especially since these are the very people who should be on their hands and knees thanking them… I tnank each and every indigneous person for their contribution to this country for without their forefathers there would NOT be a CANADA todaY.

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