Crystal Shawanda's 5th Annual Christmas Special
Sunday Dec 20 at 2 p.m.
Doors open at 1:30 p.m.
$20 at the door.
Friday, October 30th, 7pm - 9pm
Come prepared with your own story and you could win
Admission: $5 or a non-perishable food item
Bring lawn chair or blankets
Position: Video Department Manager
- Organize, edit and prepare product from archival footage of Debajehmujig Storytellers from 2000 – 2015.
- Document events, create short film footage for integration into performance and public events and assist in live streaming events as required by company projects.
- Offer training support to student participants in summer experience and post- secondary programming
Full time: 35 – 40 hrs per week
Salary Range: $32,000 - $35,000
Coffeehouse - Pennybrook, NS3
at Debajehmuijig Creation Centre
Sunday, October 18, 2pm
Paper Canoe Projects, presents,
A side of Dreams - By Jani Lauzon
Monday, Sept 7, 3pm
Friday, Sept 11, 7:30pm
Tuesday, Sept 15, 7pm
Wednesday, Sept 16, 2:30 and 7pm
Presentations, Workshops, Panels and Art
Sunday, October 25,
10am to 5pm
$15 to $30
Fire Art Show, Stilt Walking,
Heritage Market and 7 minute Sideshows,
Lunch in the Language,
Global Savages, Traditional Storytelling
Lantern Making, Puppet Making,
Foraging and more...
Burns Wharf Theatre Players presents:
Gilbert vs. Sullivan
Trial by Jury
Debajehmujig Creation Centre
July 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
July 22, 23, 24, 25
7:30PM - $20
The Global Savages have travelled to Ottawa to spend the week telling their stories at the Magnetic North Theatre Festival. The experience began with a Sunrise Walk Arrival on Saturday morning, starting at the Sentier des Voyageur with a welcome from a local Elder. The group of about 25 people made their way to the water’s edge to offer tobacco to the Ottawa River, then proceeded past the Museum of Civilization to the Alexander Bridge.
For the sixth year, following the Seed Exchange, we started our heritage seeds on racks in our south facing windows. The daily ritual of watering and spraying begins. Everyone at Debaj pays close attention as the racks go up in from of the windows to give the seeds all the best conditions to sprout. There are a few basic principals we reaffirm when we start our seeds. The first is to use what is around us to give our seeds their best opportunity to thrive. This means utilizing the compost, finding maple soil and bartering for manure.