Laxgalts’ap (Greenville)

Embracing the Spirit Within - Moving Forward

Promoting healing through various measures and methods in a variety of workshops with Facilitators from the Indian Residential School Survivors Society - IRSS is active in promoting on-going health education and life skills development for First Nations people throughout BC.  IRSS has a wealth of experience delivering wellness and healing services to Indian Residential School survivors and intergenerational survivors.

April 20-24, 2015 from 10:00am to 4:00pm FREE REGISTRATION

Family Wellness Conference

Please join us for:
"Lessons from the Past, Preparing for the Future"

This event is for Nisga'a Youth, Adults and Elders.

Workshops will include:

  • Youth - Sex, drugs and alcohol
  • Men's and Women's
  • Cycle of violence and effects on children
  • Employment readiness
  • Post trauma

Register online at www.NEST360.ca (registration is free)

For more information contact Susan L. Guno at (250) 633 3000.

Fishermen's Meeting - UFAWU

Fishermen’s Meeting 

You are invited to attend a meeting on Wednesday, January 21st at 7pm. 

Traditional Tunic-Apron Making Workshop

Learn the significance and importance of the Nisga’a traditional regalia (men’s tunic-apron) and have the chance to create a traditional piece of your own to take home.

-10 Spots Available

-$50 per person

-Basic materials supplied

-Instuctor TBA

Contact Jolene Sampare, Nisga'a Museum Programmer at 250-633-3050

Traditional Dress Making Workshop

Learn the significance and importance of the Nisga’a traditional regalia (women’s dress) and have the chance to create a traditional piece of your own to take home.

-10 Spots Available

-Cost is $50.00 per person

-Basic materials supplied

-Instuctor TBA

Contact Jolene Sampare, Nisga'a Museum Programmer at 250-633-3050

NLG's Wills and Estates Project - Laxgalts'ap

NISGA’A LISIMS GOVERNMENT’S WILLS AND ESTATES PROJECT WILL PROVIDE LEGAL CLINICS FOR THE NISGA’A NATION ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:

 

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Gingolx, BC (AM Only)

9 AM to 11:30 AM

Gingolx Village Government office

 

NVHA 27th Annual General Meeting

Agenda

Doors Open at 1:00 PM

Start Time at 1:30 PM

Health Break at 3:00 PM

Dinner Break at 5:30 PM

  1. Opening Prayer
  2. Introductions
  3. Reading of rules of order
  4. Adoption of Agenda
  5. Adoption of Minutes from November 25, 2013
  6. Dr. Atwell
  7. NVHA Reports: Chair Address, NVHA Board Report and NVHA Program Reports
  8. Audited Statements 2013-2014
  9. Appointment of Auditor for 2014-2015
  10. Closing Prayer

 

The Dreamer: A book of collected poems inspired by life experience by Sheila E. Sampare

The Nisga'a Museum will be featuring a book launch reading by Sheila E. Sampare. The Dreamer: A book of collected poems inspired by life experience, Ms. Sampare will take you on a journey through the highs and lows of living in the Nass Valley. 

"Dances with wolves" Book Reading and Signing - November 14, 2014 from 7pm-9pm - Free Admission

Refreshments provided after reading.  Copies of the The Dreamer will be available for purchase, cash only.  Copies are also available at Misty River Books, amazon.com, kobo.com, indigo.com and traffordorder.com.

 

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