Harriet Henderson Mario Party Night
Students, staff, friends, family and the community are invited to the Harriet Henderson Mario Party night.
The event is Thursday, 25 May, with the first round starting at 6:00 p.m. at the Mamawechetotan Centre at The Pas UCN Campus.
Each round will consist of 4 players with 20 turns on one of the GameCube Mario party titles.
Even if you are not a gamer, we still encourage you to come and hang out and have a fantastic time. Food will be provided.
Hope to see you there, and game on.
Ki Kikiikidiwininaand Maamawi' opiwin:
E mamawiya aski | Gathering on the Land
Manitoba Aboriginal Language Strategy Languages Symposium
- Indigenous writing systems
- Teaching language in the digital age
- Language apps
- Teacher apprenticeships & Indigenous language immersion programming
- Local initiatives and best practices
- Sharing research and policy related to Indigenous languages
- Grandparents and our languages
- Teaching Indigenous languages
- Community based Indigenous language programs
- Language and the land
- Language program models
- Language resources
- Stories, songs, and teachings
UCN Traditional Convocation Pow-Wow "Honoring Our Grads/Graduands"
Saturday, June 17, 2023
The Pas Campus Gymnasium
436 7th Street East, The Pas, MB
ALL DANCERS WELCOME!
INVITED DRUMS ONLY!
DANCERS HONORARIA & DANCE SPECIALS
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Karl P. Laubmann, 204.677.6364 or email@example.com
Nelson (Pearly) Leaske, 204.672.4025 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an Alcohol and Drug Free Event
Security and First Aid Kit will be on site
Quilt Exhibit: Thinking Back Through Our Mothers
University College of the North, The Pas campus
Exhibit Dates: May 12, 2023 – June 9, 2023, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Fabric artist Lynette Sarah Plett presents quilts and quilted wall hangings that help make visible the women of her Mennonite family and culture and shine light on their everyday knowledges.
Linkages - Oct. 20 & 21, 2022
Linkages: Northern Manitoba and the World focuses on initiating creative, critical thinking and collaborative conversations about northern economic development and the future. Today, we face an economy challenged by geopolitical disruption, a global pandemic and international turmoil. How does this impact Northern Manitoba? What is required of our governments, workforce, and communities to emerge?
This conference will foster conversations to create new paradigms, new goals and opportunities for northern people.
- Assess the current northern economic situation
- Describe the effects geopolitics has on Northern Manitoba
- Understand the importance of reconciliation for the economy
- Identify strategies for growth and regional prosperity
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