FROM THE ORGANIZERS… Orange Shirt Day is September 27th 2018. We would like to host a free movie screening twice on Thursday.
The first screening will be approx. 4PM
the second screening approx. 6:30PM
Sarnia-Lambton Native Friendship Centre will be hosting a free community event on Orange Shirt Day. It will be a movie screening of Indian Horse. We are inviting the Sarnia-Lambton Community to come and join. We are creating awareness in the community of two things. One who we are; a non-profit organization that is here to have priority to helping the Urban Indigenous Population through programming at our location. We are also creating awareness about Orange Shirt Day and what it menas; The day to honor those who attended Residential Schools across Canada.
About the movie
The film was directed by Stephen Campanelli and written by Dennis Foon. An adaptation of Richard Wagamese’s novel Indian Horse, the film centres on Saul Indian Horse, a young Canadian First Nations boy who survives the Indian residential school system to become a star ice hockey player.
Pg-13 110 mins Children must be accompanied by an adult
We will have entertainment! Wear some shoes! We are fortunate to have Sarnia-Lambton’s Jorge Deguzman self defence seminar between screenings! He have Marshal Arts programing at YMCA’s in our area. He has as well been conducting self-defence and abuse-prevention seminars in small communities across southeast Asia!
REMEMBER WEAR ORANGE ON ORANGE SHIRT DAY TO SUPPORT/HONOR THOSE WHO ATTENDED RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS ACROSS CANADA.
we hope to see the community there!