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ANHTA Activities

Update - Thursday classes
Sept - Dec 2015 Bridges to Employment
January - April 2016 First Nations Metis Teachings/Elder Teachings

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THURSDAY CLASSES WILL BE HELD AT THE ALBERT SCOTT COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION - SECOND FLOOR BOARD ROOM....1264 Athol St

2015
Bridges to Employment Workshops with Lori Lovas
September
10,17,24
October
1,15,22,29 no class Oct 8
November
5,12,19,26
December
3,10 –
Certificate of completion will be presented at the ANHTA Annual Christmas waterslide pizza party THURSDAY DEC 17 5:30-9:30 7OAKS

No classes until January 7, 2016

2016
Cultural/Elder Teachings
January –
7,14,21,28
February
4,11,25 ( no classes Feb 15-19)
March
3,10,17,24 (No classes March 25-31)
April
7,14
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2011 Anhta Hip Hop Crew....one of my ATF
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finale' breakdance/choreographed dance with the Anhta dancers

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OUR VISION
Engaged and Empowered Youth of All Nations For Healthy Communities

OUR MISSION
We provide free arts experiences that build and enhance transferable skills and self-worth to diverse youth through a resource rich partnership of professionals supported by a committed organizational structure.

OUR CORE VALUES
We are Nurturing & Compassionate, Holistic, Inspiring, Fun-Loving and Respectful

All Nations Healin' Thru Arts is a non-profit community arts organization that links professional artists with youth in Regina to collaboratively create and showcase artistic work and projects.

We provide positive community level, artistic programming that allows youth living in Regina, opportunities to collaborate with professional artists. We strive to empower youth to: tell their stories in their own voices, build skills, develop confidence, pride and self-esteem, achieve success and participate in their community.
Our artistic programs and projects are intended to promote voice, identity, culture, healing, artistic skill development, social development, community development, awareness and understanding.

Our programs will respond to the needs expressed by the youth who participate in them. Professional artists are hired to provide workshops in the artistic disciplines youth are interested in

Youth aged 13-22 are invited to attend our programs and have the opportunity to work towards the development of an annual production.

FREE Workshops will be held at the YWCA - 1940 McIntyre St. (downstairs)
Our Fall/Spring programs run between September/April
Supper and Transportation provided

ANHTA will resume' Tuesday September 8th 2015

Finale' Tuesday April 19, 2016 -Showtime 7pm
$5 cover children under 14 Free
Reception to follow

Regina Performing Arts Centre
1077 Angus St
Regina

Funded by: AFCS- Saskatchewan Lotteries SaskCulture, CIF, City of Regina
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