Events Calendar

 

 

 

UTM Indigenous Centre Events

Programming includes monthly UTM Indigenous Centre workshop opportunities and various tri-campus Indigenous-focused programming. See the calendar below for more details the current month's scheduled events. 

All programs are offered with a hybrid model unless otherwise indicated and open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous students, staff and faculty. Contact Faith Desmoulin, Coordinator of Indigenous Programming, for more information.

 


Event Highlights  

Valentine's Day Prize Bingo

Join the UTM Indigenous Centre in a Valentine's Day Prize Bingo. You will need to register prior to the event as we have a limited capacity and prizes. 


If you require accommodation(s) to attend this in-person event, please email faith.desmoulin@utoronto.ca 

Register Here: 

https://bit.ly/ValentinesDayPrizeBingo 

updated open mic

The UTM Indigenous Centre are hosting an Indigenous and Black Open Mic Event!

If you require further accommodation(s) to attend this in-person event please email faith.desmoulin@utoronto.ca

Register Here: 

https://bit.ly/Indigenousan dBlackOpenMicNight

updated open mic

The UTM Office of Indigenous Initiatives is hosting an Indigenous and Black Open Mic Event and we’re looking for Indigenous and Black performers!

Artists receive an Honoria for their participation. Register now as spots are limited.

If you require further accommodation(s) to attend this in-person event please email faith.desmoulin@utoronto.ca

Register Here: 

https://bit.ly/IndigenousandBlackArtists

 

 

February 2024

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Ribbon Skirt Making Workshop

Date: Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024
Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Place: SL222 University of Toronto Scarborough Campus
All Supplies and lunch will be provided, and free parking pass
*Limited Spots Available*
To register, contact Juanita at 647-333-0063 or email juanita.muise@utoronto.ca

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Sweetgrass Series: BODY-Reading with Intention

2 – 3 pm., Online via Zoom

What if you could spend less time on your reading and get more out it? Using a reading technique can be a way to decrease difficulty and struggle by increasing energy and skill. Learn about reading strategy as a way for approaching reading with a system in mind to experience more success in effective reading.

 

Register here on CLNx.

 

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Valentine’s Day Prize Bingo

Join the UTM Indigenous Centre in a Valentine's Day Prize Bingo. You will need to register prior to the event as we have a limited capacity and prizes. 


If you require accommodation(s) to attend this in-person event, please email faith.desmoulin@utoronto.ca 

Register Here: 

https://bit.ly/ValentinesDayPrizeBingo 

19th Annual Strawberry Ceremony Community March

Join First Nations House as we meet for breakfast in the Student Lounge at FNH and walk over to the Toronto Police Headquarters to participant in the 19th Annual Strawberry Ceremony.

We will provide signage, but you are welcome to bring/make your own. An Indigenous counselor will be present from FNH for the entire duration of this event if needed. 

Register on CLNx.

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Sweetgrass Series: SPIRIT-Being SMART with Goals

2 – 3 p.m., Online via Zoom

It is important to know what you want and how you are going to get what you want. Stating and writing your goals with indicating how you plan to meet them is an intentional process. Knowing exactly what you will do today, this week, and this month can help make positive differences for you in many ways.

 

Register here on CLNx.

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