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Anishinaabe Teachings with Eddy Robinson

Sep 17th
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Crawford Lake

3115 Conservation Road, Milton, ON L9T 2X3

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$25 +HST

Popular culture has the power to both help and harm in the quest for cultural understanding. Join guest facilitator and educator Eddy Robinson as he explores the myths and stereotypes about Indigenous people as presented in popular film, music and literature.

The 15th century Iroquoian Village will be the location for this remarkable, intimate workshop. Join us in the Deer Clan Longhouse, a melding of traditional and modern Indigenous space, to learn more about the importance of traditional ways of knowing in modern times. Tea and coffee will be served.

Click here to register for the September 17 Cultural Workshop.

More about facilitator Eddy Robinson of Morningstar River:
Eddy Robinson is Anishinabe (Ojibway/Cree) and a member of the Crane clan — a leadership clan for the Anishinabek. Born and raised in Toronto, he is a First Nation citizen of the Missanabie Cree First Nation. It was in the city that he found his cultural identity and got in touch with his spirituality through spending time with Traditional Healers and Elders visiting Toronto. Singing Traditional Pow Wow music on the Dewegun (Drum) has been Mr. Robinson’s passion since he was 15 years old. The power of the Dewegun (Drum) has helped him turn his life around when things were heading for the worse; it opened the door to other aspects of his culture. Over the past 20 years, Eddy has worked in Aboriginal communities throughout Ontario, striving to improve the quality of life for his people.

Recurring-event  This is a recurring event (monthly with different themes)


2016-09-17 15:30:00 2016-09-17 17:30:00 America/Toronto Anishinaabe Teachings with Eddy Robinson Popular culture has the power to both help and harm in the quest for cultural understanding. Join guest facilitator and educator Eddy Robinson as he explores the myths and stereotypes about Indigenous people as presented in popular film, music and literature. The 15th century Iroquoian Village will be the location for this remarkable, intimate workshop. Join us in the Deer Clan Longhouse, a melding of traditional and modern Indigenous space, to learn more about the importance of traditional ways of knowing in modern times. Tea and coffee will be served. Click here to register for the September 17 Cultural Workshop. More about facilitator Eddy Robinson of Morningstar River:Eddy Robinson is Anishinabe (Ojibway/Cree) and a member of the Crane clan — a leadership clan for the Anishinabek. Born and raised in Toronto, he is a First Nation citizen of the Missanabie Cree First Nation. It was in the city that he found his cultural identity and got in touch with his spirituality through spending time with Traditional Healers and Elders visiting Toronto. Singing Traditional Pow Wow music on the Dewegun (Drum) has been Mr. Robinson’s passion since he was 15 years old. The power of the Dewegun (Drum) has helped him turn his life around when things were heading for the worse; it opened the door to other aspects of his culture. Over the past 20 years, Eddy has worked in Aboriginal communities throughout Ontario, striving to improve the quality of life for his people.   This is a recurring event (monthly with different themes) 3115 Conservation Road, Milton, ON L9T 2X3 Register