Winter Carnival and Ice Fishing Derby February 24, 2018 Once again it is time to get out your fishing gear and bait and mosey on down to the lake for a day of ice fishing. Hot dogs, burgers, chili and other goodies will be there for lunch and snacks. Trophies for the lucky ones [...]
Due to a death in the community this meeting is cancelled. Our heartfelt condolences to the family. Join Us this Saturday Feb 17 from 10am – 4pm at the Cultural Centre for our ongoing membership code meetings. Discussion included such things as community contribution, entitlements as members and membership eligibility criteria. Lunch is provided. [...]
Sign up for the Good Food Box program, due by the 7th of each month.
Read more about the First Nation Conservation program below
David R Maracle Concert - Haudenosaunee Story TellingSaturday Feb 3, 2018
Please join us this Saturday January 27, 2018 9am – 2pm for our General Meeting Agenda: • Wahta Comprehensive Community Housing Assessment • S. Burnett & Associates Water Treatment Plant • Electronic Outdoor Signage • First Nations Conservation Program • Wahta Trust Update
Hunting By-Law Survey - A survey of 5 questions that address ongoing issues of hunting rights in our community is now open for feedback. The questions are listed below, please use the link below to complete your answers. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Huntingbylaw Survey Questions 1. There is a legal tension and uncertainty between the rights of CP [...]
My Sacred Self Workshop Valerey Lavergne is a member of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan. She is a certified Expressive Arts Therapist and Life Coach. Valerey has been working in the Indigenous community for the past 23 years sharing her creative gifts to assist people with their healing and self-actualization. Valerey is constantly inspired by [...]
This event will no longer take place at the Cultural Healing Centre, It is now taking place at the longhouse - 2591 Muskoka Rd.38 at 6pm.
The Wahta Mohawks First Nation believes that students have the right to be educated in a safe, positive atmosphere where learning addresses the whole child. The Trillium Lakelands District School Board developed the Feed All Four Model; a model based on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and the First Nations medicine wheel. When we address [...]