Powwow Workout Class

Weekly on Thursdays

12:00 pm

October 2019

  1. Oct 9 2019
    Today
  2. Oct 10 2019
    Tomorrow

    12:00pm

  3. Oct 11 2019
    Friday
  4. Oct 12 2019
    Saturday
  5. Oct 13 2019
    Sunday
  6. Oct 14 2019
    Monday
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    Tuesday
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    Wednesday
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    Thursday
  10. Oct 18 2019
    Friday
  11. Oct 19 2019
    Saturday
  12. Oct 20 2019
    Sunday
  13. Oct 21 2019
    Monday
  14. Oct 22 2019
    Tuesday
  15. Oct 23 2019
    Wednesday
  16. Oct 24 2019
    Thursday

    12:00pm

  17. Oct 25 2019
    Friday
  18. Oct 26 2019
    Saturday
  19. Oct 27 2019
    Sunday
  20. Oct 28 2019
    Monday
  21. Oct 29 2019
    Tuesday
  22. Oct 30 2019
    Wednesday
  23. Oct 31 2019
    Thursday

    12:00pm

November 2019

  1. Nov 1 2019
    Friday
  2. Nov 2 2019
    Saturday
  3. Nov 3 2019
    Sunday
  4. Nov 4 2019
    Monday
  5. Nov 5 2019
    Tuesday
  6. Nov 6 2019
    Wednesday
  7. Nov 7 2019
    Thursday

    12:00pm

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Indigenous arts Workshop

Class description:

Powwow Workout Class – A “Powwow” is a First Nations’ celebration of dance, songs and food. This 30-minute high-intensity workout will introduce traditional powwow dancing by incorporating moves from all styles of powwow dance with the sounds of traditional powwow music.

Amanda Fox Bio:

Amanda Fox is Ojibwe from the Unceded Territory of Wiikwemkoong, Ontario. Born and raised in Ottawa, Amanda has been able to spend most of her life engaging in her culture with songs, dance and artwork while living in “the big city.” Amanda began dancing at the age of 2 and now dances Old Style Jingle Dress. She has a profound knowledge of all styles of powwow dance and protocol. Amanda has been teaching powwow dance to women since she was a teenager and enjoys spreading awareness of Indigenous culture through her songs and artwork as well.  Performing her dance since she was a child, she has had the honour of dancing for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and former Prime Ministers Stephen Harper and Jean Chretien, Mayor Jim Watson, the National Arts Centre, school graduations, videos, events, etc.

The Wood Terrace is accessible via the Terrace Level. 
From outside, the Wood Terrace is accessible via the staircase on MacKenzie Bridge.
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In the event of rain or heat warnings, the event will take place in our Canal Lobby.

*note: no class Oct 17

Approximately 30 minutes long

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  1. Oct 24 2019
    Thursday

    12:00pm

  2. Oct 31 2019
    Thursday

    12:00pm

  3. Nov 7 2019
    Thursday

    12:00pm

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