Grand Opening of Six Nations Dajoh or Youth and Elders Centre


This new centre is part of a thriving community facility which ties into a community centre and arena

 
DateThursday, September 29, 2016 - 6:00pm

Website

http://www.sixnations.ca/

Location

4th Line Road, Ohsweken, Six Nations, Ontario

Designed by Colleen Reid, Architect, Associate Dean, Faculty of Design, the 17,000 sf Six Nations Youth & Elders Centre design has been developed to reinforce the support of youth and elder needs for recreation within the context of the overall Six Nations community culture, the creation of spaces that support the positive interaction of all community members and guests, and the reflection of and respect for the rich history of Six Nations.

The project provides space for community, particularly youth and elder, events and drop in, as well as a full gymnasium, meeting rooms and support offices.

This new centre is part of a thriving community facility which ties into a community centre and arena.

DateThursday, September 29, 2016 - 6:00pm

Website

http://www.sixnations.ca/

Location

4th Line Road, Ohsweken, Six Nations, Ontario

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 6:00pm

Designed by Colleen Reid, Architect, Associate Dean, Faculty of Design, the 17,000 sf Six Nations Youth & Elders Centre design has been developed to reinforce the support of youth and elder needs for recreation within the context of the overall Six Nations community culture, the creation of spaces that support the positive interaction of all community members and guests, and the reflection of and respect for the rich history of Six Nations.

The project provides space for community, particularly youth and elder, events and drop in, as well as a full gymnasium, meeting rooms and support offices.

This new centre is part of a thriving community facility which ties into a community centre and arena.

Venue & Address: 
4th Line Road, Ohsweken, Six Nations, Ontario
Website: 
http://www.sixnations.ca/
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