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Anishinabemowin Bingo
9:00 PM on Thursday Jan. 24th
CUSA Mawandoseg Centre - 314a UC, 1125 Colonel By Dr.

We know your Bingo skills are probably pretty strong, so we thought we'd start taking it up a notch! Join us for a fun evening of Bingo in Anishinabemowin (the Algonquin language). Cards are free and there will be loads of awesome prizes to be won! Come flex on all your potential snags (eeee).

Words will be read aloud, and will also be displayed on a projection screen for bingo players to see, so don't worry if your Anishinabemowin is a little rusty (or non-existant!). Come have fun anyways!

**Accesibility Note**

All children, attendants, guide and service dogs are welcomed! The event will be taking place in Ojigkwanong (228 Paterson), so we ask that attendees are respectful of the space, as it is one that is used frequently by Indigenous students on campus. The space itself is wheelchair accessible, and there are two entrances (one from outside with a ramp leading down towards the entrance, and an elevator that comes up to the 2nd floor from the tunnel level). The only accessible bathroom is located on the tunnel level (T53).

All bingo games will have words displayed on a projector with matching images and will also be read aloud.

Please do not hesitate to send us a message (through Facebook or via mawandoseg@cusaonline.ca) if you have any questions, requests, or concerns.

All of our RISE events are FREE! We will, however, be accepting donations as part of our fundraising efforts for the Unist'ot'en Camp legal fund ♥

**Land Acknowledgement**
The CUSA Mawandoseg Centre acknowledges that the space we hold and events we host take place on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Anishinabeg. We continue to keep the history of colonization and ongoing settler-colonialism in mind as we host events by, for, and about the larger Indigenous communities on our campus and within the Ottawa River Watershed.