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Works with Indigenous children, youth and families through drop in and registered programs that support cultural identity, leadership, recreation and connections to Calgary's urban Indigenous community.
Indigenous Active Life drop in for youth and and young adults for court sports, swimming, cardio, resistance training and more
Indigenous Drum and Dance to enhance skills in Pow Wow dance styles, drumming and Indigenous culture
Indigenous Buddies for emementary school students to learn about culture and traditions
Vision Seekers for Indigenous junior high school students to learn leadership and mentorship skills
YMCA 7th Generation cultural teachings through storytelling, traditional activities, leadership skills, Medicine Wheel Teachings and more
Day camps with cultural activities, storytelling, crafts and other activities
There are eligibility requirements.
This service is provided at 1 Location(s)
Gray Family Eau Claire YMCA
Programs are held and various times and locations. Visit website for detailed information.
101 3 Street SW, Calgary, Alberta T2P 4G6
HOURS OF OPERATION
Service target to:
Indigenous children, youth and famillies
Status, Non Status, Metis and Inuit of all ages
HOW TO ACCESS THIS SERVICE
Registration forms can be found on the
YMCA 7th Generation(Other), Indigenous Buddies(Other), Vision Seekers(Other), Drum and Dance(Other)
First Nations Communities
Folk/Ethnic Dancing Instruction
General Recreational Activities/Sports
Indigenous Peoples Issues
North American Community