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Events

Winnipeg Men's Group

 May 2024   group meets on   the 15th 

The 3rd Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise specified.

7:00 to 9:00 PM 

A Support and Evolution Group for Men ONLY.

Led by Anthony Fernando

This is a casual evening to meet, share, and feel supported in a safe, judgement-free zone. 

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The Flower Moon Gathering

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Thursday, May 23, 2024

7:30 to 9:30 PM

Through the ages, the full Moon in the month of May has had many names.  The Indigenous peoples in North America have called it ‘the Budding Moon. Planting Moon, or Egg Laying Moon. Celtic names included Hare Moon or Mother’s Moon.  I like the name Flower Moon (most common), as it brins to mind the flowers that begin blooming in spring.  It means that summer will soon be here!​

This year's  Flower Moon, happening in May is an excellent time period to reassess and re-commit to long-term goals and personal beliefs.

Join us in celebrating our feminine energy on the eve of this full flower moon!

Summer Solstice Event

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June 20-21, 2024

Manitoba, Canada

Location TBA

Welcome Summerer!

 

The Summer Solstice marks the official start of Summer and the time when the earth is closest to the sun.  It is when we, here in North America, can finally enjoy the warmth of the sun and the longer days.

 

This is also a time to celebrate the energetic forces of the sun in harmony with the Earth and the natural world.

We will enjoy ritual, music, dance, and friendship at this outdoor Solstice  Celebration!

Location and more details will be announced shortly!

Pink Full Moon Gathering & Workshop

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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

383 Provencher Blvd., Suite 210

7:00 to 9:00 PM

The pink full moon  occurs on on April 23rd this year, and it holds great spiritual significance.

It is believed to represent rebirth, growth, and renewal, marking the beginning of spring here in Canada

 

The pink color of the moon is said to symbolize love, compassion, and emotional healing, and represents a time to focus on cultivating positive energy in our lives and intimate relationships.

Bring a friend, sister, mother, grandmother, aunt, niece - any woman who you would like to share this experience  with. and feel the power of feminine energy when we gather together.

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