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June gathering

Posted on June 11, 2022, 9:47 a.m.

Hello Region 10 members, 

June marks National Indigenous History Month (NIHM) in Canada. It is a time to provide opportunities for all Canadians to acknowledge and reflect on the past and present-day injustices and policies, such as the residential school system and the Sixties Scoop. NIHM must not only be about acknowledging and understanding the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada, but also an opportunity to learn about and practice the act of reconciliation. 

In honour of NIHM, we are pleased to invite all members and friends to join Region 10 at the Summer Solstice Indigenious Festival, Movie Night Under the Stars on June 21. 

This event will be featuring the 2020 Indigenous film, Run Woman Run. Run Woman Run is a drama/comedy directed by Zoe Hopkins that tells the story of a single mother reclaiming her family and dreams with the guidance of an unlikely coach.


  • Who: All welcome 
  • What: Movie night under the stars, Run woman Run
  • When: June 21 8-10 p.m.
  • Where: Summer Solstice Indigenious Festival. Mādahòkì Farm 4420 West Hunt Club Road Ottawa, ON K2R 1H4
  • Tickets: Admission is free; advanced registration required. Click here to reserve your entry time.

Come early to enjoy more of the festival: Summer Solstice Festival - Summer Solstice Festivals

Look for the RNAO banner, wear your RN pin and come join us as we look to reconnect our Region 10 community.

Kind regards, 

Stephanie McLarty, RN

Region 10 Communications