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Pathways Aboriginal Centre

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March 2014

Aboriginal Family Arts Program March Workshops (Ages 14-24)
March 1 st Family Clothing Exchange & Free Family Photograph Session Come and browse gently used clothes for the whole family, eat Indian tacos and have fun making crafts with Soila. Photos will start at 1pm and go until 3pm -Book you time with Jamie! March 8th Powwow Dancing This is an all ages introductory workshop. Children 5+ are welcome to attend on their own with preregistration All workshops start at 11:30am - 1:30pm and will take place at Pathways Aboriginal Centre unless otherwise specified. Please contact Jamie Holt for more information and to reserve your time slot for your photograph. Jamie can be reached at: Phone:604-271-7600 ext.101 Email: jamie.holt@rysa.bc.ca

Tuesday March 4 ,11 &25 (girls only) starts at 3:30-5pm
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Fancy Dancing

Wednesday March 5th 4:30-6pm Drumming with Tyler Wednesday March 12 4:30-6pm Button Blanket with Debra ( Second workshop)
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Wednesday March 25 th 4:30-6pm OSKAYAK Youth Committee Meeting

Friday March 7 th,14th & 28 th Fancy Dancing
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Contact Us
Pathways Aboriginal Centre Richmond Youth Service Agency
100-7900 Alderbridge Way Richmond, BC V6X2A5 Phone: 604.271.7600 Hours of Operation: Mondays Through Friday 10am-5pm
Pathways Aboriginal Centre

at 3:30-5pm in the board room

Fridays Open 2:00-5:00pm Drop-In at Pathways, food, games, video games, crafts, computers, printers, resources All activities are on a drop-in basis unless otherwise specified -There is always dinner and bus tickets! For more information give Tarah a call at Call: Tarah Mallabar at 604-271-7600 ext. 150 Email: tarah.mallabar@rysa.bc.ca

www.rysa.bc.ca

Ravens Homework Club
Do you need help with your homework and between the ages of 5-13? Every Thursday from 3:15-4:45 tutors are at Pathways ready to help you!!! The tutors can help with any subject!!

4 Seasons Mandala
After a long winter, and longer days I begin to reflect on what seasons mean to me! You can start this project with a discussion or simply just think about the four seasons. Talk or think about how one recognizes the new season and what activities can be done during each season. Take a piece of paper and draw a large circle in the center of the page. In the circle draw, write or paint images of the four seasons. You can create four equal sections in the circle, or draw images from each four season all together. This art expertise gives us the opportunity to reminisce about the past as well as orient in reality. Written By: Jelica Shaw

For more information, to place a referral, or to self refer please Email: jelica.shaw@rysa.bc.ca Or Phone: Jelica at 604-271-7600 ext.102

Resources
CHIMO Crisis Line: 604-279-7070 or www.chimocrisis.com Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868 VACFASS-Vancouver Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society: 604-872-6723 The Healthy Aboriginal: is a non-profit website promoting of health, literacy and wellness: www.thehealthyaboriginal.net

Thank You
Agencies & Organizations:

To everyone that has supported us

School District #38 Richmond

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