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Thursday August 20th, 2015 with Suzette Schmiedel
A Shamanistic View of Healing

A SHAMANISTIC VIEW OF HEALING Since ancient times, Shamans have worked with the spirits of nature for healing, survival, and knowledge. By learning from the plants and animals, from the rocks and mountains, from the winds and waters, and from the sun, moon, and stars, shamans helped their people live in harmony with the universe. As Shamanism experiences a revival in the 21st century, Andrew Mackie shares with us his amazing story into the world of shamanic healing.
Twisted Hair
Robbie Robertson & RRE - Music For The Native Americans Canadian
African Journey
Michael Stearns - Baraka
Bread & Cheese (feat Black Bear)
A Tribe Called Red - Nation II Nation Canadian
Peyote Healing
Robbie Robertson - Contact From The Underworld of Redboy Canadian
Movim 1
Magda Angelica - Ilhuikatzin
Special Guest:
Andrew Mackie
A man who has ventured on the path of the Shaman

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Interactive CKCU
Thursday Aug 27 The Film Camp Gala will premiere the newest films from the 2015 participants at 7 pm at the Wakefield LaPêche Community Centre. It’s all FREE and FUN so Dress up and come and celebrate with us. On Sunday August 30th, Loisirs La Pêche, Sports and Recreation is holding a Fair at the Wakefield La Pêche Community Centre from 10am to 4pm in the Great Hall. This event is to bring together all the arts, culture and recreation services, programs and businesses in La Pêche to demonstrate all there is to offer to residents. It is a leisure/culture /recreation fair. For more information contact or 819 459 2025 The play "Bridge to the Past" is performed every Thursday throughout August at Maison Fairbairn @ 3pm. All performances are free, but we invite audience members to stay afterwards for a quick Q&A where donations are accepted. For more information and other performance locations go to: bridge-to-the-past. On September 6th is the 11th Annual Great Granny Concert with newly recorded music from Elage, and Neema Mugala with her R&B and African sounds. The event starts at noon with the marketplace and the concert starts at 2 p.m. and runs till 4:30 p.m. Bring a chair or blanket, enjoy the market and the music. Tickets are available at Jamboree and at the gate. Individuals $12 and families $25. All funds raised support the work of the Wakefield Grannies and the Alex AIDS Orphans Project. For more info go to

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