Join Justine Gougua as we celebrate North Bay's amazing cultural diversity! Learn traditional rhythms.
15 Drums will be available courtesy of Long and McQuade.
Join us for the Inaugural Monthly Healing Drum Circle. This outdoor event will be held on the grassy knoll just adjacent to the Farmer's Market downtown. It is a FREE event and all are welcome to bring noisemakers, drums, musical instruments, pots and buckets downtown to join the healing rhythms. Justine Gogoua and her drumming Family will lead this interactive, energetic and joyful session!
Bring a chair or blanket.
Social Distancing and Masks Required.
Available Live on North Bay Pride's Facebook page Sept. 19.
Opening for Bif Naked will be Mackenzie Drive.
The show will broadcast live at the Capitol Centre at 8PM.
Colin Mochrie joins Pride, Paul Manchin Performs with comedian Alice Rose!
Cultural Sensitivity Workshops (English):
Interactive workshop on cultural differences and how to promote inclusion and diversity
The North Bay Multicultural Centre is inviting you to participate in this short training session to increase awareness and understanding of cultural differences. It will also provide tools and strategies to address them and how to practice diversity and inclusiveness in our everyday life. General public welcome. Certificate of Attendance and Bookstore gift card raffle after confirmation of email.
Eventbrite link for English workshop September 24th: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/120446698317
Atelier de Sensibilisation Culturelle (French) :
Atelier interactif sur les différences culturelles et comment promouvoir l'inclusion et la diversité dans la vie quotidienne
Le Centre multiculturel de North Bay vous invite à participer à une courte séance de formation pour accroître votre compréhension sur les différences culturelles. Il fournira également des outils et des stratégies pour mieux vous impliquer et comment pratiquer la diversité et l'inclusion dans votre vie quotidienne. Accueil du grand public. Attestation de présence et tirage-au-sort d’une carte-cadeau de librairie après confirmation du courriel.
Eventbrite link for French workshop September 25th: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/121572228809
is Franco-Ontarian Day, a time to celebrate your community and its history. It was officially named Franco-Ontarian Day in 2010.
Christine Charette - Room Innate: The performative aspects of ritual, rebirth, born captive in blood memory- I who am held here. Creating one's sanctuary requires retreat, isolation, rumination and desire. In this work titled "Room Innate" Christine explores symbiotic relationships through the lens of eco-feminism, isolation and healing.
Kim Kitchen - Able to Disabled: My Changing Landscape Through the art of shaping sound, Kim shares her process and insights of these life changing years. Tracing the moments from the debilitating arrival of Rheumatoid Disease, Able to Disabled: My Changing Landscape conveys insurmountable moments of grief, loss and transformation amid testable adaptability and embrace.
The Event is Live on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/1485700924954448/
Location: On the hill beside the North Bay Museum
Rain Date is September 27 2020
This is a group exhibition of wind-activated artworks. Artists participating include: Cesar Forero, Melanie Alkins, Dermot Wilson, Ilana Van Zyl and Reinalie Jorolan! - On the grassy hill adjacent to the North Bay Museum. Justine Gougua and her amazing drumming musicians will also be back to entertain us!
Saturday October 17, 2020 12:00PM-2PM
Join us for an exciting Healing Drum Circle. We will be in the North Bay Mall with the Farmers Market. It is a FREE event and all are welcome. Justine Gogoua and her drumming Family will lead this interactive, energetic and joyful session!
On the hill at the North Bay Museum
This event is for wellness and cultural appreciation and awareness
Nipissing Culture Days Opening
COLOURS of the WIND
Art Exhibit & Pop Up Picnic
Saturday, September 26, 2020 12:00-2:00 PM North Bay Museum outdoor area.
North Bay, September 24, 2020 – The National Celebration of Culture Days opens with our live open air event “Colours of the Wind” featuring outdoor exhibits by 5 local artists. The Nipissing Culture Days Committee will host the art opening and POP Up Picnic, Saturday, September 26, 20212:00 PM at the North Bay Museum outdoor area to celebrate the power of culture to bring us together during the COV crisis and lift our spirits.
In 2019 Nipissing Culture Days energized North Bay with a multicultural parade, performances by over 50 musicians at ARTJAM, an international food festival at 176 Lakeshore, and more successful and well-attended events free for all ages. The feedback from participants and audience members was enthusiastic and inspiring. Founded in 2009, “Culture Days” is a national non-profit organization dedicated to building a national network devoted to all forms of arts and culture. Through an annual national celebration each September, hundreds of artists and dozens of cultural organizations across Canada invite the public to participate in free activities to discover their cultural spirit and passion.
On the Hill by the North Bay Museum, located at 100 Ferguson St, North Bay.COVID-19 Provincial Guidelines will be in place. Public event gatherings require Physical Distancing be observed. Masks and 6ft distancing required.
Ecuador is located in the western corner at the top of the South American continent. Ecuador is named after the Equator, the imaginary line around the Earth that splits the country in two. Most of the country is in the Southern Hemisphere. Ecuador is bordered by Colombia and Peru.
Your donation for this event helps to support our local artists and presenters for their time, dedication and commitment to Nipissing Culture Days as we seek to eliminate barriers to access and participation, and stimulate understanding, appreciation and exploration of arts and culture—so that every person in our region has a deeper connection with themselves, our community, and our country. There is no minimum required donation.
Nipissing Culture Days supports the fair payment of artists for their participation in all arts and culture programming, including the Culture Days Events that they host. We thank you for your support.
Culture Days is a national celebration of arts and culture. At the end of each September, millions of people attend thousands of participatory arts and culture events across the country. Culture Days programs invite the public to get hands-on and behind-the-scenes to highlight the importance of arts and culture in our communities. This year the celebrations have been extended to a 4-week run.
Located at the crossroads of Asia and Europe, Armenia’s cuisine has been influenced by traders and conquers from the Mediterranean, Middle East and Eastern Europe.
Armenia cuisine is full with delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes. Join us as we venture into the Armenian world of delicious flavours!
Maria shows you the true Armenian way to cook delicious food!
Hzor Hayastan - Vanoush Khanamiryan Dance School
Armenian national dances are an integral part of Armenian culture. The origin of dances dates back to the pagan times and is one of the great many ways to observe Armenian character. Due to the dances, one can see the mentality of the nation, the inner world and the attitude towards nature and life. After undergoing some changes through the centuries, national dances still retain their typical movements, musical and structural features.
Chances are you’ve come across a Filipino and wondered why they have Spanish-sounding last names, like Garcia or Rodriguez. They have brown skin, eat rice with everything while praying the rosary. Well, why do Canadian have complexions of all races, have Scottish or French sounding last names like Mc Ferguson or Champlain, eat maple syrup with everything while praying to the god of hockey? Because that's just how it it. Just come and eat the food and quit worrying about it.
Okay so here's why:
The Philippines were claimed in the name of Spain in 1521 by Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan. He named the islands after the King Philip II of Spain and were then referred to as Las Felipinas
A catalogue of family names was therefore compiled, incorporating both Spanish surnames and native names earlier collected by the religious orders in order to regulate the administration of justice, public service, finance and public order. The colonialists needed a way to prove the degree of blood relations between parties to a marriage.
As a result of traditional indigenous flavours that have blended with the history of colonialist rule, their style of food has evolved over many centuries from their Austronesian origins (shared with Malaysian and Indonesian cuisines) to a mixed cuisine of Indian, Chinese, Spanish and American influences, in line with the major waves of influence that had enriched the cultures of the archipelago, as well as others adapted to indigenous ingredients and the local palate.
Tuesday October 13 2020
Mongolian cuisine is much influenced by the continental climate that dominates the region, and also a bit by the Russian and Chinese cultures. Learn to cook a wonderful Mongolian dish while Ankha shares stories of life in this rich cultural region. - Live Streaming YouTube Event
Nipissing Culture Days final creative event for 2020 - a culmination of musicians, artists, and local comedy. Sharing with you our North Bay region. Come "art" with us!
Medussah is an original live music performance duo originating from Ecuador now living in North Bay, Ontario.
Specializing in live Latin electronica with a wide, mixed repertoire of original and cover music, Medussah has been featured in festivals throughout North and South America and Europe.