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Jul. 9

Summer is upon us and to our children that means no more school and plenty of fun!  These months are important downtime from regular classes.  Our children want and need to remain active and continue to develop their social skills as they grow.  This week will consist of 4 days of planned activities to help nuture young minds and bodies. This event will run from 12:00-2:00 p.m. and will consist of 2 hours of all you can bowl.  Pizza and beverages will be provided.  Families are welcome to come out and enjoy a fun-filled afternoon. Please contact Ernie May - Family Well-being Worker to register for this event. (807)622-9835 Ext 257 ...

Jul. 10

Summer is upon us and to our children that means no more school and plenty of fun!  These months are important downtime from regular classes.  Our children want and need to remain active and continue to develop their social skills as they grow.  This week will consist of 4 days of planned activities to help nuture young minds and bodies. An indoor wilderness theme adventure park with interactive activities and games will have your child excercising, exploring, learning and developing valuable skills - all while playing and having fun.  Pizaa and beverages will be provded.  Event will run from 12:00-4:00 p.m. Please contact Ernie May - ...

Jul. 11

Summer is upon us and to our children that means no more school and plenty of fun!  These months are important downtime from regular classes.  Our children want and need to remain active and continue to develop their social skills as they grow.  This week will consist of 4 days of planned activities to help nuture young minds and bodies. Tickets will be purchased for a movie matinee of your choice.  Please contact Marcia Pedri for further information or to register for this event.  Marcia Pedri - (807)622-9835 Ext 233  

Jul. 12

Summer is upon us and to our children that means no more school and plenty of fun!  These months are important downtime from regular classes.  Our children want and need to remain active and continue to develop their social skills as they grow.  This week will consist of 4 days of planned activities to help nuture young minds and bodies. This event will run from 12:00-4:00 p.m. and will be spent out at Chippewa Park where there will be games, crafts and numerous activities available to the children.  The children will also be taken to Chippewa Park's Amusement Rides where they will be able to go on rides.  A BBQ lunch and beverages will be ...

Jul. 13

On the seond Friday of every mont (May-September) come down to the Administration Office for a BBQ Lunch!  This provides a great opportunity to meet the staff and ask any questions you may have about programming or services.   It also brings our community together!  Our third BBQ is scheduled for Friday, July 13, 2018 from 12:00-2:00 p.m.  Hope to see you there! Please contact Ernie May - Family Well-being Worker, and let him know you will be attending!  Come join us for some sun adn a delicious BBQ.

Jul. 14

The Education Department is pleased to present the Traditional Early Years Program (TEYP). The TEYP is land-based programming offered to LDMLFN members and their families who have a child/children 0-6 years of age. This program will provide family access to participate in various traditional Anishinaabe indoor and outdoor activities. The TEYP will run Saturday, July 14 to Monday, July 16 at Savanne River Resort or Community Cultural Centre (depending on availability). Food, accommodation and transportation provided. Limited space is available, if you are interested in attending all or some of the days, please contact Dawn Aho, Traditional Early Years Programmer at ...

Jul. 17

Being physically active can improve your quality of life!  As a way to promote healthy active lifestyles, we have been going on regular hiking excusions at some of Thunder Bay's finest hiking trails.  We have completed hikes at Centennial Park, Silver Falls Provincial Park, and Trowbridge Falls.  Our next planned hike will take place at the Cascades.  We will meet at 10:00 AM and begin our hike.   After completing our hike we will enjoy a delicious lunch. For additional information or to sign you and your family up for these hiking excusions, please contact Ernie May-Family Well-being Worker. (807)622-9835 Ext 257 erniemay@tbaytel.net

Jul. 30

On Monday July 30, 2018 we will be heading to Boulevard Lake for some fun in the sun!  The day will consist of swimming at the beach, playing mini-putt, playing at the park, as well as other fun activities.  We will meet at Boulevard Lake at 10:00 a.m. next to the playground.  At noon we will stop for a BBQ and continure to have fun throughout the afternoon with various activities for the children.  Please call Mike Ignace - AHWS Coordinator to register for this event. (807)622-9835 Ext 231 m.ignace@tbaytel.net

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