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A Women's Gathering

 

 

 

 

We Retreat

a poem written by
Lynda Stewart - Bape Ande Kwe
from our 2012 Women's Gathering

 

 

Who:  All women (16 yrs and older, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal) are invited to join us in a healing weekend sharing alternative healing methods and traditional Native teachings.


What:
  Experience traditional ceremonies, teachings and crafts.  Discover alternative healings while enjoying the natural setting and peaceful atmosphere of rural Ottawa.


When:  June 9 - 11, 2017

Where:  Rural Ottawa

 

Poster :  Women's Gathering Poster 2017

 

Registration:  Registration Form

 

 

  

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Please make cheques payable to Minwaashin Lodge and send to:

Minwaashin Lodge

100-1155 Lola Street
Ottawa  ON   K1K 4C1

 


Have you considered making a financial donation to sponsor a woman to attend the gathering?  Your donation is tax deductible and will be greatly appreciated by one of the many women who applies for sponsorship.
  
 

Respecting Women is our Culture

This weekend is dedicated to health and well being.  No alcohol, illicit drugs, or pets are allowed on the property.

 
 

 

 

Respecting Women is Our Culture