An Evening of Short Films at Iroquois Ridge

Oct 02, 2021

An Evening of Short Films at Iroquois Ridge

Presented by Town of Oakville

Saturday, October 2, 2021 7 p.m.

Iroquois Ridge Grounds, 1051 Glenashton Dr

In the event of inclement weather, the screenings will be moved to Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre. Proof of vaccination status will be required to enter recreation and culture facilities as of September 22, 2021. Attendees must follow COVID-19 health and safety protocols, as required.

Oakville’s Outdoor Film Series!
Films selected to commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Together, with Indigenous community leaders, the town, Oakville Public Library, and partners, will be presenting outdoor films that discuss our shared responsibility to care for the Earth. These films honour Indigenous culture and the contributions Indigenous people have made to preserve the land we live on today. Enjoy an evening of film and discussion about our shared journey towards Truth and Reconciliation.
This is a FREE ticketed event. Tickets are required for all attendees. Entry and activities begin at 6:30 p.m. Film presentation begins at 7 p.m.

An Evening of Short Films, provided courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada
Enjoy a moderated film presentation led by the Oakville Festival of Film and Arts (OFFA) with select media from Indigenous filmmakers on the specific topic of caring for the Earth will be screened and discussed with local members of the community. Titles will include The Lake Winnipeg Project, Stories Are in Our Bones, and more.

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