On Saturday, September 30th at 2:30 please come listen to artist and Residential School Survivor Warren Boucher.
Warren is Ojibwe and a wood burning artist. Warren is a man of great strength, resilience and wisdom. He is a storyteller and generous heart. He was taken into St.Joseph’s Residential School from 1968-1973. He was successful in his legal fight against 3 Priests who had terrorized him and 130 other children who were placed in custody.
Charlie Boyer will be leading us in a traditional drum song. He is Ojibwe and a long time maker of Indigenous craft. He does beadwork and makes Moccasins. He is a quiet, soulful and artistic man with a very kind spirit. Both of his parents survived Residential School and he has spent a lot of his life healing from that legacy.
Please join us in commemorating Orange T-shirt Day.