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Poetry, Storytelling and Other Family Activities with Louise Halfe (Sky Dancer)

Presented as part of the Theology in the City 2019 conference.

Date & time
Sunday, October 27, 2019
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.



D Annex
2140 Bishop

Wheelchair accessible


Totem pole in front of Museum of Fine Arts

As part of the Theology in the City conference, the Department of Theological Studies invites you to poetry, storytelling and family-friendly activities. Free and open to everyone but registration is required.

Living in a city implies people of all ages living together. We thus include family and children in stories linking past and future. The planned activities focus on Indigenous stories and poetry as a way to raise awareness of the people that have been on this land from the beginning.


  • 11:00: Meet at the Department of Theological Studies, 2140 Bishop
    • Bannock, coffee, and tea
  • 11:45: Walk from Department of Theological Studies to St. Jax Community Centre, (5-10 min), 1439 St. Catherine West
  • 12:30: Traditional foods provided by Miqmak Catering Indigenous Kitchen of Montreal
    • Arts & crafts
    • Poetry and storytelling by Dr. Louise Halfe (Sky Dancer)

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