A Walk to Remember the Children
Date and time
Country Heritage Park
8560 Tremaine Rd.
Offered in English.
This Day is a poignant remembrance for the children of Indian Residential Schools. Their lost lives and the enduring trauma of survivors weigh heavily on our collective hearts. It's our societal duty to honour their sacrifices for modern Canada. This legacy reminds us of the importance of acknowledging the past and fostering healing. Embracing Indigenous values and wisdom is crucial in this process. Let's reintegrate ancestral knowledge into our society, promoting love and care for one another. Arts Milton will join the Grandmother's Voice in their event and enthusiastically encourages everyone to come out and participate. Join us in the ceremony.
Contact [email protected] to support the live broadcast on September 29th or the in-person walk at Country Heritage Park, Milton, on September 30th.
We are all connected, bound by love and peace.
- Grandmother's Voice.
- Website grandmothersvoice.com
Arts Milton connects artists of all genres and levels of experience with the greater Milton community, in the spirit of facilitating creative expression and cultural enrichment.
Our organization offers a variety of programs including membership opportunities, professional development workshops, artist networking events, The Friendship Project, a Summer Days performance series and Milton Culture Days activities.
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