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Information Session on Smudging

Thursday, March 23, 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m.

The Landing, UC-3018, University Centre

Aboriginal Peoples Week: Building Reconciliation. Edward Allen, Aboriginal Cultural Education Coordinator will facilitate an information session on smudging. The smudge ceremony is a First Nations’ wellness practice whereby small amounts of medicines such as sage, cedar, sweet grass, and/or raw tobacco, are placed in the bowl and lit. The small amount of smoke that arises is then used as a ceremonial wash.

Presented by Office of Aboriginal Affairs

Event Listing 2017-03-23 11:30:00 2017-03-23 12:00:00 America/St_Johns Information Session on Smudging Aboriginal Peoples Week: Building Reconciliation. Edward Allen, Aboriginal Cultural Education Coordinator will facilitate an information session on smudging. The smudge ceremony is a First Nations’ wellness practice whereby small amounts of medicines such as sage, cedar, sweet grass, and/or raw tobacco, are placed in the bowl and lit. The small amount of smoke that arises is then used as a ceremonial wash. The Landing, UC-3018, University Centre Office of Aboriginal Affairs