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Sâkêwêwak Annual Storyteller’s Festival is a community-based, multidisciplinary arts showcase featuring Indigenous artists. During this annual event, many Indigenous artists are invited to participate as an opportunity to share their diverse artistic practices with the Regina community.

More information : https://sakewewak.ca/events/annual-storytellers-festival-2024/?fbclid=IwAR2zf8dw1TzLQIOM8s_pPkw7jT07DZZu6Aj_wEl3tHGnQzFaRBenLMtU9NA //

BCW Black History Month Brunch 2024

Join us on Feb 3, 2024 for the BCW Black History Month Brunch 2024 in Regina for an empowering celebration of resilience and success!

This year’s theme, “Black Resistance,” honors the remarkable ways Black individuals have triumphed over oppression. Despite facing racial discrimination, we triumph and thrive!

Date: February 3, 2024

Time: 11am to 2pm

Location : D’Calabash Restaurant & Lounge – 2104 Grant Road, S4S 5C8 Regina Saskatchewan.

Let’s come together to reflect, learn, and celebrate Black excellence!

Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation formally invites you to Saskatchewan’s first ever Afrocentric Symposium on February 8th – 9th, 2024. Join us at the TCU Place to learn about Black History Month and participate in conversations that inspire change, building community connections, and create sustainable growth.

This year’s theme “Black Awakening” focuses on creating community growth and sustainable outcomes to help achieve social cohesions and harmonious living. The Symposium will feature various influential speakers and erudite panelists across Black communities in Saskatchewan and beyond.

Discover the secrets of manifestation, goal setting, and personal empowerment that will propel you toward success greater than you ever imagined.

Online webinar // More details/registration: https://www.canva.com/design/DAF6Dt9a3VE/nVgQ2ztZHaXjBtX9AzCmoA/view?utm_content=DAF6Dt9a3VE&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=viewer

World Religion Day 2024 – An Interfaith Peace-Making Initiative.

For Indigenous people, storytelling is both a gift and a very old custom, used to teach, entertain, and remember. Since 2004, the Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples (LSSAP) committee has coordinated Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month. Throughout the month of February, storytelling events are held by libraries and their partners in communities throughout Saskatchewan.

We are so excited that the launch of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month will be in Humboldt this year on Thursday, February 1!

Knowledge keeper and storyteller Lyndon Linklater will share some of his stories about Treaty, ceremonies, and First Nations worldview. His stories are poignant, humorous, and affirming.

Join us to learn about the rich Indigenous tradition of storytelling. This event is presented in partnership with the Reid Thompson Public Library branch, who are part of the Wapiti Regional Library of Central Saskatchewan. Free and everyone welcome!

The Saskatchewan Association of International Languages Inc. (SAIL) will be holding its annual International Language Day Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024 at the University of Regina in Regina at 2:00pm. This event, which celebrates the UNESCO proclaimed International Mother Language Day (February 21), is an important commemoration of the world’s linguistic and cultural diversity. Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage.

Refugees are vulnerable and may experience post-traumatic stress because of their circumstances. However, their stories also demonstrate strength and resilience. This workshop provides an overview of the way trauma affects refugee individuals and families emotionally, psychologically, physically, and spiritually. A framework for regulating and resolving the impact of trauma will be provided, along with protective steps to enhance helper well-being. Participants will learn key principles and strategies for working with refugees and trauma, and be better equipped to help refugees recover, adapt, and flourish in the next phase of their lives.

Humanities Colloquium – Decolonization in Practice, Reflective Learning from Cross-Cultural Perspectives.

Join in a moderated discussion with the authors of the new collection.