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It’s Friday and I’m still…

Every Friday, we'll host an array of guests who will speak to their unique experiences of "still being" in the context of current events. This week's conversation is inspired by […]

Indigenous Fringe Festival at Trent

ndigenous Fringe Festival Shifts into Cars For months, the Nogojiwanong Fringe Festival team has looked forward tobringing artists and audiences together in beautiful outdoors venues atTrent University campus As of June 17, they were informed that under Ontario's current reopeningplan, the original "live" event will not be allowed. The revised plan is a shift from open air shows to drive in shows. Arevised schedule of performances can be found on their  Drive-in performances will take place in Parking Lot X on Trent's eastbank from June 23 - 27. Those wishing to reserve tickets to the drive-in performances (whichallow for much larger audiences) may do so by For more info, here's the Festival website:

Water Summit – Zhaabwiitoodaa Nibi

This week the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians is hosting a Virtual Summit on Water Protection. This will take place Thursday June 24th to Saturday June 26th and feature many incredible speakers including a Keynote from Winona LaDuke! Together at this Summit, we will learn Traditional Teachings from Elders, hear from Water Protectors and learn how to UNITE in our efforts. We would love for you to join us. Please feel free to share. To Register: Please also visit our website at  where you can find the poster, agenda, information on speakers and other resources to protect the water.

It’s Friday and I’m still…

Every Friday, we'll host an array of guests who will speak to their unique experiences of "still being" in the context of current events. This week's conversation is about Food […]

Stories for Hope, Healing & Belonging

All are welcome to join for these stories and conversation. Stories we will share: Our Rainbow by Little Bee Books: In this beautiful, bold board book, children will learn about […]


Angela Connors will be chatting with Dan Jones this Friday. Dan is a radio/web journalist, husband and father living with Cerebral Palsy. We’ll be discussing how accessibility does not always […]


Join us live @racerelationsptbo tomorrow at 1:00 as we get chatty with Luca Schaefer from @kawartha_sac


Tune in tomorrow for #ItsFridayImStill. @parn4countieswill be having a fun chat about what it means to be #NewToTown in #Peterborough with our guests @_sabrinakuipers@thatnogoshelterkwe and @dianetherrienptbo. Bring your teacups and tupperware, we'll have a lovely chat on your chesterfield- […]


Raising Children Raising children during the pandemic has been a tumultuous time for parents and caregivers. Navigating fears and uncertainty while maintaining a calm routine in the home has its challenges.  […]

Emancipation Day

After years of campaigning by Black legislators and community advocates, Canada on Sunday is officially marking the abolishment of slavery nearly 200 years ago in its first nationwide Emancipation Day.

Day 215

Del Crary Park

Would you please join Curve Lake First Nation and Hiawatha First Nation members to recognize Indigenous children who lost their lives at residential schools in Canada?

March for Black Students

Join Parents of Black Children on Saturday, August 7 for the March for Black Students The first annual March for Black Students took place in August of 2020. In the […]


The Olympics has us thinking about the importance of prioritizing our mental health. Join us @kawartha_sac@parn4counties today at 230pm EST to have a discussion on mental health during the pandemic.


#ItsFridayImStill....advocating for youth. Join us, @kawartha_sac and @parn4countiestomorrow at 12pm EST with Mel Compton from Canadian Roots Exchange. #crrc #ksac #parn

Virtual talk by Dr. John Milloy

An acknowledged expert on Canada's residential school system, Dr. Milloy will share his experience as the director of research and special adviser for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (2008-2015). As a member […]


Sacred Fire

Sacred Fire



TRC and MMIWG calls to action


Orange Shirts in Solidarity!

Join us in recognizing National Truth and Reconciliation Day in Peterborough! Show up in your orange shirt to demonstrate our collective solidarity! We'll gather in the parking lot for some […]


Trans Day of Remembrance Candlelit Vigil

Confederation Park 500 George Street North, Peterborough, ON

4:30 p.m., Confederation Park. This is an open community event to honour trans people lost to anti-trans violence. Contact for more information.