A Good Life: Eden Care Communities' Truth and Reconciliation Memorial Lantern Project

Milton Heights

1100 Broadway Avenue

Regina, SK

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Sculpture & installation

Come Celebrate Art and Culture on Treaty 4 land at our Eden Care Communities Milton Heights location in Regina, Saskatchewan. On September 30, 2022 National Truth and Reconciliation Day we will be creating and installing our memorial lanterns to honour residential school survivors and those who never made it home. We are creating this project as our way of encouraging all to take a moment to remember, move forward, and never forget. Join us as we create a good life for all, on our path towards Truth and Reconciliation with the First Peoples of Saskatchewan. This is a free event. Anyone wishing to participate in making a lantern please bring a clean recycled glass jar, big enough for a tea light to fit inside, as your base to work with. We will supply the rest. You can take your glass lantern home to light the way for those in need. Our tin can lanterns created will remain on site.

Fri 30 Sep
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

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This event is free.

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Eden Care Communities

Our goal is to offer opportunities for individuals of all ages to live a good life-a life worth living with meaning, purpose and choice. We do this by eliminating the plagues of loneliness, helplessness and boredom. Everyday through various art and culture programs, we create communities of people who are connected, fulfilled and secure. We are looking forward to our future with the vision that Eden Care Communities is known for our community- based, integrated, intergenerational, inclusive and innovative service delivery culture and model of care and support.

Location

1100 Broadway Avenue

Regina, SK

Event Contact

Crystal Massier

crystal.massier@edencare.ca

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.