Please use the pages below to register for any of our programs/events you are interested in attending.

    • 02 Jun 2022
    • 18 Aug 2022
    • 10 sessions
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Road
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Caregivers and young children between the ages of 0-2 come together to enjoy song's, rhymes and stories. This 10 week program will have a focus on Indigenous culture, nature, and wildlife and to create a completely unique and worthwhile mother goose experience. 


    • 11 Jul 2022
    • 24 Jul 2022
    Register

    Calling all Indigenous individuals for the development of an anti racism video project!

    The video will be focused on online racism and hate speech - topics will include hateful and racist comments on social media, and misconceptions/stereotypes about Indigenous people perpetuated in the media. Filming will take place between July 11 - July 24 (specific date(s) to be determined) in St. John’s. Light refreshments will be provided on-site as well as transportation if needed. Honorariums will be offered to all participants. 


    • 11 Jul 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi
    • 12
    Register


    A drop-in program that provides more time for participants to finish projects from  programs.


    Sewing Circle; Sharing is Caring is a drop in program which aims to give people more time or assistance to get their projects completed if they weren't able to do so in the crafting program. As well as being a social setting for people to come together and bring in projects what they are working on at home in an open and safe space of knowledge sharing.

     Transportation is available within St. John's city limits.

    Water cooler on site, feel free to bring your water bottle!

    ℹ️ All programs follow the provincial government’s public health guidelines. This includes physical distancing, proof of vaccination and masks are no longer required. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    • 11 Jul 2022
    • 26 Aug 2022
    • 7 sessions
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Rd
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Welcome to back First Light's Summer Youth Camp! We're SO excited for this summer!

    This year's camp will take place at 40 Quidi Vidi from July 11-August 26th. Our camp will be from 1-5pm, Monday-Friday. This camp is for ages 5-12 with no cost! We will provide snacks for youth. 

    Each week will be a new camp with a new theme. Our activities, crafts, outings and presentations will be related to our weekly theme! You are able to sign up for all 7 weeks or you can pick whatever week you're interested in! Please note you will have to register for each week separately. As well, if you have multiple children to register you must register them individually. 



    • 11 Jul 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Road
    • 4
    Register

    Please join Breathe program for a relaxing night by the fire! Hotdogs, smores, and laughter will be provided.  

    All guest registrants must be parents/full-time caregivers of children under 18. You do not have to complete a guest registration for your child to attend child-minding. 

    Transportation is available within St. Johns city limits. 

    About Breathe: 

    Breathe provides a safe space for parents to practice self-care while engaging in peer-support. Child-minding will be provided to children aged 1-11 years by trained staff in a separate room. This program is restricted to participants who have children that are under 18 years old. 



    • 12 Jul 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Rd, St. John's, NL A1A 1C1
    • 12
    Register


    Our project this week we will be making dresses.


    Please join us for the sewing program! All materials will be provided to make a dress.

    This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this program. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 4 days before this program to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please email jennie@firstlightnl.ca. 

    Limited transportation will be provided within St. John's limits. Shared rides are recommended.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    Check out our other Sewing Program sessions this month: 

    May 5 & 12 - Inuit Style Jackets (Inuit Participants Prioritized)

    May 7 & 14 - Ribbon Skirts (First Nations Participants Prioritized)

    May 19 & 26 - Ribbon Skirts (First Nations Participants Prioritized)

    May 21 & 28 - Inuit Style Jackets (Inuit Participants Prioritized)

    • 12 Jul 2022
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • 95 Merrymeting Road
    • 2
    Register

    The Teen Program returns with a fun outing of Axe Throwing to kick off the summer fun!

    *Please note the time change for this program. We will meet at 5:00pm, and not the usual time of 6:30pm. The program duration is two hours - Pick up at 7:00pm.
    *Age's 13-17

    • 12 Jul 2022
    • 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
    • 42 Bannerman St
    • 15
    Register

    Please join us for a relaxing hour of beginners yoga, starting with a smudge and drum song.  


    We encourage you to bring your own yoga mat and/or yoga block, but can provide them for anyone who doesn't own one! There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.

     About Yoga: 

    Yoga is a way to practice training the body and mind to self observe and become aware of their own nature. It empowers us to self-reflect, control the breath, achieve deep relaxation, and grow through meditation; challenging the mind and body through movement and mindfulness. Yoga Program allows a safe and relaxing space to connect with ourselves and to Mother Earth; encouraging positive mental, emotional, and physical health.


    • 13 Jul 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi rd
    • 6
    Register


    Our next project is shadow boxes!

    This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this program. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 2-3 days before the program to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Tabitha@firstlightnl.ca

    It is mandatory to attend both sessions as well all materials will be kept on site and handed out at the start of each session.


    Hello crafters! Please join us in making shadow boxes.

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits.

    There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    About Creator's Crafts: 

    Creator's Crafts aims to teach traditional and contemporary Indigenous crafting skills. It encourages participants to engage with traditional and natural materials, while providing a safe space for social interactions between participants in an atmosphere of skills development and learning.


    • 13 Jul 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Rd
    • 12
    Register

    Hello friends!

    Join us for an evening of First Nations drumming, beginning with a smudge and introduction talking circle.

    Important note: Child minding will not be provided during Community Culture Circle. Children are parents responsibility. Due to the nature of this program, please be aware that some topics discussed within the talking circle may not be appropriate for children. This is a healing circle and content may be heavy.

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.

    There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    About Community Culture Circle: 

    Community Cultural Circle welcomes individuals of all walks of life. Its purpose is to introduce participants to the rudimentary concepts of Indigenous traditions through teachings, sharing knowledge, and participation in ceremony. Participants engage in an introduction talking circle, a smudging ceremony, and First Nations drumming as well as receive teachings for each of these practices. Community Culture Circle allows a safe, nonjudgmental space for community members to come together, share their stories, and enjoy each other's company as they connect with the roots of Indigenous culture. It allows spiritual connection to ourselves and/or the Creator, reflecting upon a holistic approach to self-care and self-exploration through an Indigenous lens. 


    • 14 Jul 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Road
    • 0
    Join waitlist


    This week, we'll be having a Paint Night! 

    Atelihai Inuit!

    We will be painting the Inuit goddess of the sea and marine animals.

    Please note this program prioritizes Inuit participation. This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this event. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 2 days before this event to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please email amena@firstlightnl.ca

    Transportation will be provided within St. John's limits.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.

    • 15 Jul 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Bowering Park
    • 7
    Register


    Hello seniors!

    Since it rained last month when we had feeding the ducks planned, we'll try again this month! Grab your sunscreen and join us for an afternoon at Bowering Park to feed the ducks! 

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.

    There is a water cooler on site, we encourage you to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.

    About Wisdom Circle:

    Wisdom Circle is a weekly program for seniors ages 50+ to come together, share their stories, and enjoy each other's company as they connect through cultural, educational, and recreational activities. It aims to provida sense of community, belonging, and cultural enrichment in a peer-support based atmosphere.

    • 16 Jul 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Road
    • 8
    Register


    Please join the Generations Program for painting at the park! We will have loads of fun experimenting with different colours, textures, and painting styles while enjoying the fresh air and each others company. No painting experience necessary! 

    Generations program is intended for any woman or girl (ages 8+). You do not need to be a parent, or bring a parent with you. 

    Transportation is available within St. Johns city limits.  

    About Generation's Program:

    The generations program is open to girls (ages 8+) and women of all ages and provides a culturally safe space for women and girls to engage in peer-support and mentoring while participating in lands-based and cultural activities. 

    • 17 Jul 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Botanical Gardens, 306 Mt Scio Rd
    • 21
    Register

    This week, join us for a trip to the Botanical Gardens!

    Atelihai Ilingavugut Families! Please join us as we finally get to go for a trip to the Botanical Gardens as a part 2 of Susan Furneaux's natural dye class.

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.

    About Ilingavugut: 

    Ilingavugut is a program that is focused on keeping foster/adoptive families of Inuit children connected to Inuit culture.

    • 18 Jul 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi
    • 11
    Register


    A drop-in program that provides more time for participants to finish projects from  programs.


    Sewing Circle; Sharing is Caring is a drop in program which aims to give people more time or assistance to get their projects completed if they weren't able to do so in the crafting program. As well as being a social setting for people to come together and bring in projects what they are working on at home in an open and safe space of knowledge sharing.

     Transportation is available within St. John's city limits.

    Water cooler on site, feel free to bring your water bottle!

    ℹ️ All programs follow the provincial government’s public health guidelines. This includes physical distancing, proof of vaccination and masks are no longer required. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    • 18 Jul 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Road
    • 6
    Register

    Please join Breathe program to paint your own flower pot and learn about gardening and herbs. For this program, participants will be shown some easy and exciting painting techniques, as well as receive the soil and herbs to plant in their new pot! 

    All guest registrants must be parents/full-time caregivers of children under 18. You do not have to complete a guest registration for your child to attend child-minding. 

    Transportation is available within St. Johns city limits. 

    About Breathe: 

    Breathe provides a safe space for parents to practice self-care while engaging in peer-support. Child-minding will be provided to children aged 1-11 years by trained staff in a separate room. This program is restricted to participants who have children that are under 18 years old. 



    • 19 Jul 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Rd, St. John's, NL A1A 1C1
    • 21
    Register


    Our project this week we will be making dresses.


    Please join us for the sewing program! All materials will be provided to make a dress.

    This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this program. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 4 days before this program to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please email jennie@firstlightnl.ca. 

    Limited transportation will be provided within St. John's limits. Shared rides are recommended.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    • 19 Jul 2022
    • 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
    • 42 Bannerman St
    • 16
    Register

    Please join us for a relaxing hour of beginners yoga, starting with a smudge and drum song.  


    We encourage you to bring your own yoga mat and/or yoga block, but can provide them for anyone who doesn't own one! There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.

     About Yoga: 

    Yoga is a way to practice training the body and mind to self observe and become aware of their own nature. It empowers us to self-reflect, control the breath, achieve deep relaxation, and grow through meditation; challenging the mind and body through movement and mindfulness. Yoga Program allows a safe and relaxing space to connect with ourselves and to Mother Earth; encouraging positive mental, emotional, and physical health.


    • 19 Jul 2022
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Middle Cove Beach
    Register

    Roasted marshmallows & wieners with Storytelling! Join the Teen Program as we host a fun relaxing bonfire at Middle Cove beach at 6:30pm on Tuesday July 19th!

    *Ages 13-17
    *Please note the program duration has changed. This program will end at 8:30pm. 

    • 20 Jul 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi rd
    • 11
    Register


    Our next project is shadow boxes!

    This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this program. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 2-3 days before the program to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Tabitha@firstlightnl.ca

    It is mandatory to attend both sessions as well all materials will be kept on site and handed out at the start of each session.


    Hello crafters! Please join us in making shadow boxes.

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits.

    There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    About Creator's Crafts: 

    Creator's Crafts aims to teach traditional and contemporary Indigenous crafting skills. It encourages participants to engage with traditional and natural materials, while providing a safe space for social interactions between participants in an atmosphere of skills development and learning.


    • 20 Jul 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Rd
    • 12
    Register

    Hello friends!

    Join us for an evening of First Nations drumming, beginning with a smudge and introduction talking circle.

    Important note: Child minding will not be provided during Community Culture Circle. Children are parents responsibility. Due to the nature of this program, please be aware that some topics discussed within the talking circle may not be appropriate for children. This is a healing circle and content may be heavy.

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.

    There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    About Community Culture Circle: 

    Community Cultural Circle welcomes individuals of all walks of life. Its purpose is to introduce participants to the rudimentary concepts of Indigenous traditions through teachings, sharing knowledge, and participation in ceremony. Participants engage in an introduction talking circle, a smudging ceremony, and First Nations drumming as well as receive teachings for each of these practices. Community Culture Circle allows a safe, nonjudgmental space for community members to come together, share their stories, and enjoy each other's company as they connect with the roots of Indigenous culture. It allows spiritual connection to ourselves and/or the Creator, reflecting upon a holistic approach to self-care and self-exploration through an Indigenous lens. 


    • 21 Jul 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Road
    • 5
    Register


    Join us for a summer craft this week! 

    Atelihai Inuit! 

    Please join us at 40 Quidi Vidi Road for Pulâk! This pulâk we will be having a fire. S'mores, hot dogs, and smiles will all be provided!

    Please note this program prioritizes Inuit participation. This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this event. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 2 days before this event to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please email amena@firstlightnl.ca

    Transportation will be provided within St. John's limits.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.

    • 22 Jul 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • TBA
    • 9
    Register


    Hello seniors!

    Grab your roastin stick and join us for an afternoon wiener roast! The location is to be announced, so stay tuned! 

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.

    There is a water cooler on site, we encourage you to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.

    About Wisdom Circle:

    Wisdom Circle is a weekly program for seniors ages 50+ to come together, share their stories, and enjoy each other's company as they connect through cultural, educational, and recreational activities. It aims to provida sense of community, belonging, and cultural enrichment in a peer-support based atmosphere.

    • 24 Jul 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi rd
    • 11
    Register


    Our next project is shadow boxes!

    This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this program. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 2-3 days before the program to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Tabitha@firstlightnl.ca

    It is mandatory to attend both sessions as well all materials will be kept on site and handed out at the start of each session.


    Hello crafters! Please join us in making shadow boxes.

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits.

    There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    About Creator's Crafts: 

    Creator's Crafts aims to teach traditional and contemporary Indigenous crafting skills. It encourages participants to engage with traditional and natural materials, while providing a safe space for social interactions between participants in an atmosphere of skills development and learning.

    • 24 Jul 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Cobbler Crescent Parking Lot
    • 18
    Register
    Come hang out with our young adults program crew on July 24th 2022 at 2:00pm as we hike the east coast trail! Lot's of beautiful scenery and Newfoundland history as we take in some fresh air. 
    This will take place on Cobbler's Path off of Red Cliff Road. The hike is easy-moderate and should fill in our two hour time slot to complete! 

    *Young Adults Program is for ages 18-30. 
    *We will meet at the Cobbler Crescent parking lot!
    • 25 Jul 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi
    • 13
    Register


    A drop-in program that provides more time for participants to finish projects from  programs.


    Sewing Circle; Sharing is Caring is a drop in program which aims to give people more time or assistance to get their projects completed if they weren't able to do so in the crafting program. As well as being a social setting for people to come together and bring in projects what they are working on at home in an open and safe space of knowledge sharing.

     Transportation is available within St. John's city limits.

    Water cooler on site, feel free to bring your water bottle!

    ℹ️ All programs follow the provincial government’s public health guidelines. This includes physical distancing, proof of vaccination and masks are no longer required. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    • 25 Jul 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Road
    • 7
    Register

    Please join Breathe program for a fun hula-hooping class! Cindy from Far Out Fitness will be facilitating this workshop so if you are interested in learning more about hula-hooping and having some stress-free fun, now is the time! 

    All guest registrants must be parents/full-time caregivers of children under 18. You do not have to complete a guest registration for your child to attend child-minding. 

    Transportation is available within St. Johns city limits. 

    About Breathe: 

    Breathe provides a safe space for parents to practice self-care while engaging in peer-support. Child-minding will be provided to children aged 1-11 years by trained staff in a separate room. This program is restricted to participants who have children that are under 18 years old. 



    • 26 Jul 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Rd, St. John's, NL A1A 1C1
    • 22
    Register


    Our project this week we will be making dresses.


    Please join us for the sewing program! All materials will be provided to make a dress.

    This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this program. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 4 days before this program to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please email jennie@firstlightnl.ca. 

    Limited transportation will be provided within St. John's limits. Shared rides are recommended.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    Check out our other Sewing Program sessions this month: 

    • 26 Jul 2022
    • 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
    • 42 Bannerman St
    • 18
    Register

    Please join us for a relaxing hour of beginners yoga, starting with a smudge and drum song.  


    We encourage you to bring your own yoga mat and/or yoga block, but can provide them for anyone who doesn't own one! There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.

     About Yoga: 

    Yoga is a way to practice training the body and mind to self observe and become aware of their own nature. It empowers us to self-reflect, control the breath, achieve deep relaxation, and grow through meditation; challenging the mind and body through movement and mindfulness. Yoga Program allows a safe and relaxing space to connect with ourselves and to Mother Earth; encouraging positive mental, emotional, and physical health.


    • 26 Jul 2022
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Road
    • 18
    Register

    Hey Teens! Come learn about the significance of throat singing in Inuit Culture, and go over some of the basics! Light snacks and refreshments will also be provided! 

    *Ages 13-17.

    • 27 Jul 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi rd
    • 13
    Register


    Our next project is shadow boxes!

    This form is considered an "Application of Interest" to attend this program. This is not a registration form. You will be contacted via email at least 2-3 days before the program to confirm your registration. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Tabitha@firstlightnl.ca

    It is mandatory to attend both sessions as well all materials will be kept on site and handed out at the start of each session.


    Hello crafters! Please join us in making shadow boxes.

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits.

    There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    About Creator's Crafts: 

    Creator's Crafts aims to teach traditional and contemporary Indigenous crafting skills. It encourages participants to engage with traditional and natural materials, while providing a safe space for social interactions between participants in an atmosphere of skills development and learning.

    • 27 Jul 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 40 Quidi Vidi Rd
    • 13
    Register

    Hello friends!

    Join us for an evening of First Nations drumming, beginning with a smudge and introduction talking circle.

    Important note: Child minding will not be provided during Community Culture Circle. Children are parents responsibility. Due to the nature of this program, please be aware that some topics discussed within the talking circle may not be appropriate for children. This is a healing circle and content may be heavy.

    Transportation is provided within St. John's city limits. If you require transportation, please let us know ahead of time to ensure your ride is booked. Any transportation requests given on the day of program will not be processed.

    There is a water cooler on site, so please feel free to bring your water bottle :)

    ℹ️ As of March 14th, all programs will follow the Government’s public health guidelines. There are no restrictions when it comes to vax passes, social distancing, or wearing masks. While wearing a mask is strongly recommended, it is not mandatory. You should do what feels best for you.


    About Community Culture Circle: 

    Community Cultural Circle welcomes individuals of all walks of life. Its purpose is to introduce participants to the rudimentary concepts of Indigenous traditions through teachings, sharing knowledge, and participation in ceremony. Participants engage in an introduction talking circle, a smudging ceremony, and First Nations drumming as well as receive teachings for each of these practices. Community Culture Circle allows a safe, nonjudgmental space for community members to come together, share their stories, and enjoy each other's company as they connect with the roots of Indigenous culture. It allows spiritual connection to ourselves and/or the Creator, reflecting upon a holistic approach to self-care and self-exploration through an Indigenous lens. 


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