There’s a Place for You At Our Table -Regenerative Farming, Eating, and Thinking by Starhawk

Join ACORN for a public talk by Starhawk – There’s a Place for You At Our Table -Regenerative Farming, Eating, and Thinking – and share this event with your network!

 

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In collaboration with the Tatamagouche Centre, ACORN is pleased to present our featured speaker Starhawk, following the business portion of our 2018 Annual General Meeting on August 27th. For more information about the AGM visit our website.

ACORN Annual General Meeting 5:00 – 6:00 pm

Special Permaculture Guest Lecture featuring Starhawk at 7:30 pm

Buy your ticket here

$15 for non-members

$10 for members

$20 at the door

Starhawk is an author, activist, permaculture designer and teacher, and a prominent voice in modern earth-based spirituality and ecofeminism. She is in the Maritimes to teach her 2-week permaculture design certification course, Earth Activist Training at the Tatamagouche Centre from August 18-September 1st (space is still available!).

Learn more about Starhawk on her website.

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Book Launch: There’s Something in the Water

The North Shore Chapter of the Council of Canadians, Fernwood Publishing and the Tatamagouche Centre invite you to join us for the launch of a timely new book entitled There’s Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous and Black Communities by Dr. Ingrid Waldron.

Event details
When:
 Tuesday, August 21 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Tatamagouche Centre, 259 Loop Route 6, RR#3, Tatamagouche (Map).

Everyone is welcome is to this free event. Books will be available for sale on site.

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Speakers

  • Dr. Ingrid Waldron is Director of the Environmental Noxiousness, Racial Inequities and Community Health Project (The ENRICH Project).
  • Dorene Bernard is a Mi’kmaq grassroots Grandmother, residential school survivor and water protector from Indian Brook, Nova Scotia. She is also a Board member of the Council of Canadians.
  • Louise Delisle is the founder and president of the Black Pioneers Acting Troupe and is from Shelburne, Nova Scotia.

This event is part of the Earth Activist Training Permaculture Design Certificate course, which is being offered at the Tatamagouche Centre from August 18 to September 1, 2018.

It is co-sponsored by North Shore Council of Canadians, Fernwood Publishing and Tatamagouche Centre.

For more information, please contact the Tatmagouche Centre at 902-657-2231 or info@tatacentre.ca

We hope to see you on August 21 – please bring a friend!