One Burlington Celebrates an Indigenous Harvest
Culinary & food
History & heritage
Nature & outdoors
Join us for this FREE event celebrating an Indigenous Harvest, held on Canada's first Truth and Reconciliation Day, September 30th at 7:30. This video presentation will be launched with a brief introduction by some of the people involved in its creation during a zoom conference. Everyone is welcome to attend but you must register with your contact information by September 29 at the zoom link listed below. Indigenous Harvest will feature three women involved in advancing Indigenous culture in the Halton region through song, dance, advocacy, education, gardening and food. Please join us online on September 30th for this first ever Truth and Reconciliation Day in Canada!
This event is free.
One Burlington is dedicated to creating and facilitating opportunities for people of different backgrounds to come together in a cordial and peaceful manner, in order to learn about and experience aspects of each others’ faith and culture – because we believe a diverse, integrated Burlington is a stronger, kinder and more interesting community to live in. One Burlington envisions our city and region growing beyond a place of mutual awareness and tolerance, to a place of mutual respect and understanding – leading to shared goodwill amongst all residents of our diverse community, and to unity in diversity.
Burlington, ON, ON
This event offers closed captioning or subtitles, and is wheelchair accessible.