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Handmade Fun – Friendship Bracelets

November 1 - 10:00 - December 24 - 16:00
Canadian Museum of History, 100 Laurier Street
Gatineau, Quebec K1A0M8 Canada
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Join Daniel Tiger and celebrate friendship with a timeless craft. Make a friendship bracelet to give to a friend or family member! Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood – A Grr-ific Exhibit underlines the importance of good relationships, and this fun activity helps you express your appreciation for others. Drop in at the Children’s Museum Studio, where Museum […]

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11:00

Sweat Lodges

November 16 - 11:00 - 17:00
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An event every day that begins at 11:00, repeating until November 17, 2019

Richelieu-Vanier Community Centre, 300 Des, Pères-Blancs Ave
Ottawa, Ontario K1L 7L5 Canada
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Location: Richelieu Vanier forest Dates: Saturday November 16th & Sunday Novembre 17th Summary: Discover the sweat lodge in the middle of Richelieu Vanier urban forest. The Sweat Lodge will be animated by First Nations guests from the Temiscamingue region in Quebec. They will encourage people to build modules representing the spirit of  the ancestors, using wood and other materials. […]

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13:00

GUEST SPEAKER: JANE COOPER

November 16 - 13:00 - 14:00
Osgoode Township Museum, 7814 Lawrence St.
Ottawa, Ontario K0A3J0 Canada
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  Guest Speaker: Local Historian Jane Cooper Topic: Algonquin families that resided in Metcalfe in the 1850s. The Osgoode Township Museum November 16, 2019 1PM Donations gratefully accepted Cookies, Coffee, and Tea will be provided at the event. Registrations: [email protected] or (613) 821-4062

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13:30

Brawling Bytown – the Shiners Wars

November 16 - 13:30 - 15:30
Royal Canadian Legion-Branch 618, 1481 Stittsville Main St.
Ottawa, ontario k2s 1a7
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The Goulbourn Historical Society's November Speaker's Program features the Bytown Museum's Grant Vogl taking us back to early Bytown and the conflict between canal workers and the men working in the lumber industry. It was a lusty time with Peter Aylen, the King of the Shiners, leading the fray. Entry is free and the public […]

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