Everything you need to know about Everyone Everyday | Cultural festivals | Halifax, Nova Scotia
Ewanted to learn how to cook Indian food? How to make pearl earrings? How to start a garden? Over the next four weeks, Every One Every Day is offering free workshops at their neighborhood store on Gottingen Street. The workshops cover a wide range of topics, such as cooking, walking tours, cultural traditions and crafts. EOED “brings people together from different parts of the North End neighborhood to create and learn from each other.”
On Saturday June 11, EOED launches the ‘Festival of All’ on Gottingen Street, from Cornwallis to Cunard, and will include live music, games and crafts.
What is the official name?
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When is it?
From June 11 to July 9, 2022
What is that?
EOED is a collaboration between the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Center and the Participatory City Foundation. The workshops are offered as part of their spring program. The neighborhood store where the workshops take place is one of two locations that will “expand over the next three years.”
Where is it held?
Where can I get tickets?
There are no tickets required.
Are there festival passes?
What is the unmissable event?
June 14 workshop on women’s Mi’kmaq dances and June 28 workshop on Inuit culture.
Where can I find it online?
The Every One Every Day website
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