events schedule
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Thursday, June 19 - 23
Photographs of Local Anishnaabeg
from The Balsillie Collection of Roy Studio Images

at Black Honey
221 Hunter St. W., Peterborough
In collaboration with the Peterborough Museum & Archives

Alice Olsen Quilts
at Catalina's

131 Hunter Street West
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Friday, June 20 - July 12
Christi Belcourt: Off the Map:
Perspectives of Land and Water in Ontario

and Mary Anne Barkhouse: Wake
In collaboration with Artspace and the Art Gallery of Peterborough
Opening Friday June 20 at 7 pm
Christi Belcourt will be giving a lecture/artist talk entitled: NAMING PLACE: An Aboriginal Perspective of Land, Water & Maps at 7:30, followed by Dr. Leanne Betasamosake Simpson presenting her lecture: Taking Care of Gdoo-naaganinaa, Our Dish.
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Saturday, June 21
Food by Aasmaabik
Part of the 400 Block Party
413 George Street North, Peterborough
In front of the former Lech Furriers

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Traditional Singing with Unity and Wshkiigamong Women's Hand Drummers
Workshop free - everyone welcome
4:30 pm at Market Hall

Performance to close the 400 Block Party
Gathering of voices - all welcome to sing
6:00 to 6:30 pm at the Mainstage

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(post) Colonial Stress Disorder:
imaging a way out

Curated by Wanda Nanibush

World Premiere of Shelley Niro's The Flying Head
8 pm at the Gordon Best Theatre
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Sunday, June 22

Storytelling for Children and Family Audiences with Liz Osawamick and Nauni Parkinson

1 pm at Fleming Park (corner of Aylmer and Brock Streets)
In case of rain, we will gather at Market Hall, 336 George Street North

Tanya Tagaq
Opening acts: Séan Conway and Sarah DeCarlo. Special guests OKA
8 pm at the Gordon Best Theatre

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