Event Calendar - please click on the titles to view the entire document
Sep. 14

Come on down to the Administration Office and join us for a BBQ lunch!  As the temperatures are dropping and the children are back in school, this will be the final Community BBQ for 2018.  These BBQ lunches provide a great opportunity to meet the staff and learn more about the various programming being offered.  The BBQ is scheduled for September 14, 2018 from 12:00-2:00 PM.  Please contact Ernie May - Family Well-being worker, and let him know you will be coming!  This will assist in our meal planning.  Miigwech

Sep. 16

Date: September 16, 2018 Time: 12:00-2:00 PM Come on out and enjoy an afternoon of fun-filled bowling with your Community families!  Its a great way to start off the school year! Pizza and beverages will be served, while you enjoy two hours of all you can bowl. To ensure we order enough food, it is requested that you contact Ernie May - Family Well-Being Worker at the administration office to register for this event. Looking forward to seeing you all there

Sep. 23

Paintball is a sport played by people from all professions and lifestyles.  It is a sport where women and men, boys and girls all compete equally, and where age is not dominated by youth.  Qualitiies such as intelligence and determination are more important than physical size and strength.  Paintball is very much a character building sport.  Players learn the importance of teamwork and gain self confidence while developing leadership abilities.    Using air powered paintball markers, each team competes in a designated game scenario (there are many).  Paintball games have become recognized as one of the worlds safest and most ...

Sep. 28

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 next TEYP will run Friday, September 28 (PA Day) to Sunday, September 30 at Savanne River Resort. 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 622-9835 Ext. 260 or email ...

Oct. 26

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 next TEYP will run Friday, September 28 (PA Day) to Sunday, September 30 at Savanne River Resort. 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 622-9835 Ext. 260 or email ...

Nov. 16

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 next TEYP will run Friday, September 28 (PA Day) to Sunday, September 30 at Savanne River Resort. 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 622-9835 Ext. 260 or email ...

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