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Event Notice -- UN World Water Day 'Lunch & Learn' in Sudbury

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Event Notice -- UN World Water Day 'Lunch & Learn' in Sudbury

Friday, March 22: United Nations World Water Day Lunch and Learn

Time: 12 noon to 1pm
Location: Better Beginnings, Better Futures (450 Morin Avenue)

Please join us at Better Beginnings, Better Futures on Friday March 22,
2013 at 12:00 for a free lunch, network with others and learn about
grassroots efforts in Sudbury to conserve and bring about awareness of
water by highlighting the Anishinaabe Kweg Water Journey.

12:00 pm Welcoming/Opening

12:05 pm Water Ceremony

12:15 pm Lunch

12:30 pm Speaker-Ghislaine Goudreau will speak about the Anishinaabe
Kweg Water Journey which was created to bring awareness and honour water
(specifically Ramsey Lake) by a sunrise ceremony, walk around Ramsey
Lake followed by a traditional feast.

12:50 pm Water Song by all those interested: please bring your drums

1:00 pm Closing

Please contact Natalie Neganegijig at 705-920-5607 or

Free event-all are welcome.

Organizers: Natalie Neganegijig, Andrea Gustafson, Joey-Lynn Wabie

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