SEVEN TEACHINGS: A Dinner Series, A Discussion of the 7 Grandfather Teachings of the Anishnawbe People and how they can be used in modern daily life.
JUN 28[ TOPIC: HONESTY ] Miigwe’addiziwin Sabe
w/ Jacques Piegon-Nadjiwon + Sarah Evans
$65 Three Course, Seasonal, Indigenous-Inspired, Family Style Table & Discussion
Large Groups / Vegetarians WELCOME
Come sit at the House of Commons 'Long Table' for a family-style meal and an interactive chat on values with a little history lesson on the side
**Jacques believes that life is participatory ~ and encourages all attendees to share their perspective on these universal human values. Family style, indigenous-inspired, pescatarian (veg avail) menu.
Minobimaadiziwin 'Good Life' is a belief system of the 'Original People' or Anishnawbe. This Good Life is ensured by living the spiritual laws of the Great Mystery. Its about living from the heart. SEVEN is a dinner series exploring places to use these Teaching in our daily modern life.
Each Grandfather Teaching is a gift the Anishnawbe carry, a potential tool for living a Good Life. As we use these gifts, our experience of living improves. Using these gifts is an ongoing challenge for each of us, requiring attention, discipline and perseverance.
Jacques Pigeon-Nadjiwon, Tig Neh Do (Tree Spirit) Mikinac (Turtle Clan) Member of the Chippewas of Nawash, Neyaashiiningaming (Cape Croker), Potawatomi, French Canadian. He is a Keeper of the Fire and active in the ceremonies of his People.
Sarah Evans is a Creative & Experience Designer with a focus on Local, Seasonal & Ethical Feasts
Art, Essentialism, Vegetables
and Life Outdoors.