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May 17th, 2:57 pm
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May 16th, 10:38 am
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May 15th, 10:00 am
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May 14th, 2:28 pm
Kicking off Mental Health Month with a focus on self-care! This week, we watched an insightful video about practicing self-care and preventing burnout at the workplace. 

Nous commençons le Mois de la santé mentale en mettant laccent sur lauto-soin ! Cette semaine, nous avons regardé une vidéo éclairante sur la pratique de lauto-soin et la prévention de lépuisement professionnel au travail.

Kicking off Mental Health Month with a focus on self-care! This week, we watched an insightful video about practicing self-care and preventing burnout at the workplace.

Nous commençons le Mois de la santé mentale en mettant l'accent sur l'auto-soin ! Cette semaine, nous avons regardé une vidéo éclairante sur la pratique de l'auto-soin et la prévention de l'épuisement professionnel au travail.
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May 10th, 2:13 pm
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May 9th, 3:14 pm

Yard Sale Tomorrow!
May 4, 8 AM - 12 PM at St. Andrews United Church, 188 Wellington St. Don’t miss out!

Vent de garage demain!
4 mai, 8h - 12h à l'Église Unie St. Andrews, 188 rue Wellington. À ne pas manquer !
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May 3rd, 3:05 pm
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April 30th, 11:54 am

A local production company, Denca Media, is making a docu series with Bell Fibe TV about immigration. They reached out to ask if there is anyone who wants to share their immigration story. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Jamie Silvera: dencamedia@gmail.com ... See MoreSee Less

April 30th, 11:12 am
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April 26th, 10:48 am
You are invited to attend a tour of the Holocaust Education Exhibit, curated by the Atlantic Canada Holocaust Education Foundation, at Miramichi Eco Centre on April 29, 2024 at 6:30 p.m.
The Holocaust Education Exhibit offers a comprehensive educational program designed to deepen understanding of the Holocaust. Throughout the exhibit, participants will delve into the history of Antisemitism. They will be immersed in a historical exploration, tracing the timeline of the Holocaust, encountering powerful survivor testimonies, analyzing Nazi propaganda, and refining critical thinking skills. Trained facilitators will guide attendees through the exhibit, enriching their experience with valuable insights and context. Additionally, each attendee will receive a specially curated booklet featuring a personal account from a Holocaust survivor, fostering a profound connection to this pivotal moment in history. The booklets also contain reflection questions to encourage further discussion during and after the exhibit.
Additionally, Mr. John Bosma will help make a local connection and tell the story of how his parents - before immigrating to Miramichi from The Netherlands - chose to do what too few did and saved the life of a Jewish girl during The Holocaust.
Please join us for this powerful and important learning experience on the evening of April 29th. Admission is free, and students, family members, and community are all welcome. We do ask that you register at the following link as a limited number of free tickets are available: https://tinyurl.com/2ud7b2t8

PLEASE NOTE: Materials are suitable for ages 13 and above, as some content is sensitive and graphic in nature.

You are invited to attend a tour of the Holocaust Education Exhibit, curated by the Atlantic Canada Holocaust Education Foundation, at Miramichi Eco Centre on April 29, 2024 at 6:30 p.m.
The Holocaust Education Exhibit offers a comprehensive educational program designed to deepen understanding of the Holocaust. Throughout the exhibit, participants will delve into the history of Antisemitism. They will be immersed in a historical exploration, tracing the timeline of the Holocaust, encountering powerful survivor testimonies, analyzing Nazi propaganda, and refining critical thinking skills. Trained facilitators will guide attendees through the exhibit, enriching their experience with valuable insights and context. Additionally, each attendee will receive a specially curated booklet featuring a personal account from a Holocaust survivor, fostering a profound connection to this pivotal moment in history. The booklets also contain reflection questions to encourage further discussion during and after the exhibit.
Additionally, Mr. John Bosma will help make a local connection and tell the story of how his parents - before immigrating to Miramichi from The Netherlands - chose to do what too few did and saved the life of a Jewish girl during The Holocaust.
Please join us for this powerful and important learning experience on the evening of April 29th. Admission is free, and students, family members, and community are all welcome. We do ask that you register at the following link as a limited number of free tickets are available: tinyurl.com/2ud7b2t8

PLEASE NOTE: Materials are suitable for ages 13 and above, as some content is sensitive and graphic in nature.
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April 24th, 9:00 am
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April 23rd, 10:46 am