Check out one of the two cool Self Love Week Events happening today at the Trent University Peterborough campus! #selflove #trentuniversity

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HAVE YOU ENTERED TO WIN OUR AWESOME CONTEST YET??

Just under a week into the contest, and already we have almost 100 shares! If you haven’t shared our Instagram post, or retweeted our tweet yet – go do that now!! Double and triple your chances of winning this awesome locally sourced and environmentally conscious basket!

Twitter: @OPIRGptbo

Instagram: opirgptbo

Just to re-cap the awesomeness…

o 18.50$ in Peterborough’s very own local currency: Kawartha Loons!
o A beautiful OPIRG Peterborough t-shirt
o An OPIRG Notebook + OPIRG pen
o A reusable JOCO glass coffee cup
o A Pine Tree reusable produce bag – because lets skip the plastic!
o Mm, some yummy locally sourced honey from OtonaBEE Apiary
o A beeswax pillar candle made by "This Old Flame Beeswax Candles"
o SCRUBOB, an environmentally friendly cleaning buddy!
o A multicolored glass mosaic candle holder + tea light
o A matching mug set #Freemarketfind

The contest is running until Friday March 2nd 2018, and the winner will be announced @ 5:30pm on March 2nd 🙂

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OPIRG Peterborough shared Courage Ptbo‘s event.

Holding In For Colten – Benefit Concert and Gathering

February 24, 2018, 7:00pm – February 24, 2018, 10:00pm

*Fundraiser and Community Gathering in support of Colten Boushie Family*
FEATURING ***MISSY KNOTT!!***

Saturday, Feb. 24th, 7p.m.–11:30.m., Gordon Best Theatre,
226 Hunter St. W. (now being called “Union Theatre”)

APOLOGIES THIS SPACE IS NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. IT IS UP A FLIGHT OF STAIRS PLEASE CONTACT AND WE WILL attempt to accommodate as best as possible. – PLEASE DO NOT WEAR SCENTS

$20 or PWYC – this is a FUNDRAISER

Feast, Auction, Poetry, Stories, Sharing, Song!, also in recognition of and including allies of our:
Local Indigenous Artists, Activists, and Healers
And FEATURING:
MISSY KNOTT and her FULL BAND, special guests! Shawna Redskye, Ziy von B, Smokii Sumac, Adam Tario, “the kid” – Poets, Drummers, Singers, Elders who can shed light in a time of darkness.

Come together.

Needed – Sponsorships, Donations of cash. AND – items for the silent auction. Restaurants and local businesses – Gift certificates, and small items of value that people will want to take the night of would be most welcome! Local musicians – could you donate a cd? Artists – well, I don’t know why – they’re always the poorest, but it’s always the artists and the service industry people who give the first and the most = and sure enough, just started organizing and already have generous offers of food for the feast from Peggy Shaughnessy, (and TWO Whistle Stop gift certificates!), as well as Thomas Oleszewski and Food not Bombs!! – if any other restaurants can donate a platter! – and have show tickets from Public Energy and Mysterious Entity Theatre, Showplace is donating tickets to two different shows, 4th Line Theatre tickets, gifts from Watson & Lou, Silver Bean and Wit’s End Farm, artwork by Dana Beren Watts, Cathy Ogrodnik and Rebecca Reynolds, handmade earrings by Mikwa Kwe, Janet McCue Massage, family pass to YMCA and a HUGE DONATION from Kellie I Bonnici of a web design and build – take note businesses, artists, etc – this is worth literally hundreds of dollars! (more info to come!)
Major Sponsors = NISH TEES, Trent University Native Association,
YOU?
Crystal Scrimshaw is organizing donations, and Smokii Sumac and Suzanne Smoke are on board the team as well but it really is time for these tireless Indigenous travellers and vigil keepers to rest. If there are people who can quietly do poster distribution, and take on silent auction donations, make yourself busy and sign on. Mostly by donating funds and items to the cause, if you can.
Miigwech, Thank You, hiy hiy, Gracias, Merci, #justiceforcolten

More information will keep coming. Please spread the word. ALL PROCEEDS TO BOUSHIE FAMILY!! Small honoraria being offered to our local Indigenous artists. All allies are donating their time. This event also represents another opportunity to DONATE for those that don’t trust go fund me. I know I don’t.
Chi Miigwetch!

(705) 933-4510
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Come for a week of self love and free snacks! Events open to all Trent University students and Peterborough, Ontario residents! ❤️

#selflove #trentuniversity

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Please join T.U.N.A. in the hosting of our annual powwow!
It will be held Saturday March 17th, 2018 from 11AM to 7PM.
Registrations start at 11 AM. Grand Entry is at noon (12PM).
Will be having a feast at 5:30 PM. Come and drop in to dance, see some vendors, yummy food and good company.

We will be hosting the powwow at the Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School here in Peterborough, ON at 1009 Armour Rd. K9H 7H2

On our host drum we have the Chippewa Travellers with an invited drum being the Coldwater Ojibway Singers.

Our Master of Ceremony is Beedahsiga Elliot and our Arena Director is Matthew Lavallee.

To make arrangements to be a vendor at our powwow please see below for the necessary information and contact details.

Food Vendors $75
Craft Vendors $50
Contact information:
Tristen Schneider, Powwow Coordinator
(email) Tristenschneider@trentu.ca (c) 7057739988

Jaime Fortin, Vendor Information
(email) jaimefortin@trentu.ca

Jessie Vossen, Volunteer Information
(email) jessievossen@trentu.ca

TUNA 2018 Annual Powwow: Biskaabiiyang Miinwaa Aabawaadiziwin

March 17, 2018, 11:00am – March 17, 2018, 6:00pm

Please join T.U.N.A. in the hosting of our annual powwow!
It will be held Saturday March 17th, 2018 from 11AM to 7PM.
Registrations start at 11 AM. Grand Entry is at noon (12PM).
Will be having a feast at 5:30 PM. Come and drop in to dance, see some vendors, yummy food and good company.

We will be hosting the powwow at the Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School here in Peterborough, ON at 1009 Armour Rd. K9H 7H2

On our host drum we have the Chippewa Travellers with an invited drum being the Coldwater Ojibway Singers.

Our Master of Ceremony is Beedahsiga Elliot and our Arena Director is Matthew Lavallee.

To make arrangements to be a vendor at our powwow please see below for the necessary information and contact details.

Food Vendors $75
Craft Vendors $50
Contact information:
Tristen Schneider, Powwow Coordinator
(email) Tristenschneider@trentu.ca (c) 7057739988

Jaime Fortin, Vendor Information
(email) jaimefortin@trentu.ca

Jessie Vossen, Volunteer Information
(email) jessievossen@trentu.ca

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