On Sunday, June 18, St. Mary’s Hall will be holding a free-to-attend community event to celebrate National Aboriginal Day at 273 Main Rd. in Hudson, QC, between 4 and 8 p.m.
The event will feature authentic aboriginal music, as well as talks on traditional medicines, indigenous spirituality, and social ethics from speakers Caitlin Palmer, Vivianne LaRiviere, and Dr. Christine Jamieson. A traditional indigenous meal will also be served. The evening will conclude with a short documentary film called “Fire of the Final Days,” followed by a time of reflection.
The event is the fourth in a monthly series called “Catch the Spirit Café,” which runs from March to November.
The event is sponsored by the Anglican Parish of Vaudreuil, the St. James church and St. Mary’s church. While there is no charge for the event, donations are welcome to help cover costs. The organizers ask that interested attendees RSVP to [email protected]
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