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July 17-23, 2016—Similkameen Valley BC: There are many youth who want to attend our summer camp in the Okanagan but don’t have the funds. Our goal is to raise enough to offer free seats to at least 10 youth. We have started a crowd funding campaign and would love your support. Every dollar counts. Your […]

Hollyhock Special


Jul 2016—Cortes Island: Hollyhock special of the summer! Book 3 or more nights now for June 24 to July 2, 2016, and you’ll get the 4th night free! Both programs and holidays are included. New reservations only. Conditions apply. Click here for our Leadership Essentials program description, and click here for accommodation details at Hollyhock. […]

Youth Camp 2016


July 17-23, 2016—Similkameen Valley BC: Don’t miss our summer youth camp in the Okanagan! Join our team of top facilitators including actress Michelle Thrush and hip-hop artist Warren Hooley in the beautiful Similkameen Valley, home territory of the Smalqmix people. Register here: Last year, every youth wanted to come back:     •    Have a […]

The Early Years


April 22, 2016—Rossland BC: IndigenEYEZ workshops are adaptable to the themes, length, and focus of your Conference. For example on Saturday April 23rd in Rossland BC at the Early Years Conference, IndigenEYEZ program director Kelly Terbasket will be delivering a two-part workshop on Creative Facilitation specific to early childhood educators. Half-day, two day, or even […]

One Week—Two Provinces


Mar 8, 2016—Williams Lake BC & Edmonton AB: IndigenEYEZ is proud to be working in two provinces this week. In Williams Lake, BC, our talent facilitators Kim Haxton and Mariko Ihara will be offering our adult program IndigenEYEZ Essentials One: Express Yourself (Creative Facilitation) in partnership with Denisiqi Services Society (March 10-11). In Edmonton, AB, […]

Touch the Earth!


Feb 19, 2016—Surrey: IndigenEYEZ is leading a 1-day training for child and family support workers in partnership with the Association of Neighbourhood Houses of BC. Participants will learn time-honored ways of engaging with the natural world. They will gain tools to connect themselves and others with this most vital source of strength — the land […]

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During the workshop a woman, an elder, expressed herself with teary eyes about empathizing with the children she worked with. It was real, raw and vulnerable. So powerful!! This work is amazingly healing.
AHS Edmonton Participant

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