October 12th, 2017Upcoming Events – Flyers

Life Long Care Program – FOOD SALE – Friday October 20 2017 – foodsaleoct20

Student Awards Information Package – Deadline for application is Oct 23 2017 –  Student Awards Application 2016-17

Annual Childrens Halloween Party – ages 0 til 12 years of age – 5pm – Costume Judging and Activities – flyer coming soon

Halloween Dance – Friday Oct 27 – 4pm til 7 pm – Ages 13 + – costume judging and dancing – dance2017

Haunted House – Friday Oct 27 & Saturday Oct 28 – See flyer for more information or check out Facebook event page: haunted house 2017


September 14th, 2017Job Posting

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June 6th, 2016They Will Teach You

Monday June 6 2016 – Film review of Treading Water: Plight of the 2011 Manitoba First Nations flood evacuees by Janelle & Jermemie Wookey/2014/ English/48 minutes

Nanapush and the Turtle – Melissa Mollen Dupuis/2013/ French and English sub titles/4 minutes

Friday June 10  – Culture Camp Social 2 pm til 5 pm – N’Amerind GYM – all welcome




At each “They Will Teach You” gathering a meal and refreshments comprised of tradition ingredients is served. 

Please try to remember to bring your own utensils and containers, to limit waste.


N’Amerind Friendship Centre is located at 260 Colborne Street London, Ontario.


All are welcomed to attend!


For more information, to volunteer or to make a food donation please contact

Ron Hill rhill@namerind.on.ca  

“They will teach you” – Program Coordinator



They Will Teach You is a program designed to inspire London and surrounding area community members to engage with and learn about Indigenous cultures at N’Amerind Friendship Centre. Over the next three years, Elders and recognized community leaders will offer bi-weekly teachings at N’Amerind Friendship Centre, all related to the cultures of the Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabe and Lenape. At each teaching a healthy meal, reflecting a traditional diet will be served to participants. Please join us as we celebrate and learn about our cultures and build the strength of our communities!


For more information about the program please contact Ronald Hill , Cultural Teachers Coordinator @ rhill@namerind.on.ca

December 3rd, 20142014 Pillar Community Innovations Award

Congratulations to the Community Liaison Program on being the recipient for the 2014 Pillar Community Innovations Award – Community Impact

please check out the video of our nomination