**Registration closes September 23 at Noon**
Saturday, October 2 | One-Day | Virtual | Adults 16+ | 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Join Mohawk designer and maker April Mitchell-Boudreau as you explore the wisdom of the Medicine Wheel while creating a beautiful piece of jewelry. In this interactive virtual workshop, experience the Wellness teachings of the Medicine Wheel using semi-precious stones, sustainably sourced wood beads and a sterling-plated feather charm. Students will create a beautiful, memorable bracelet with high vibration and professional quality materials, mirroring the Medicine Wheel. Art Kit cost included in registration fee. Class must be purchased with Art Kit.
Curbside Pick-Up: Art Kit available for curbside pickup which contains materials. Local students or those willing to travel to Aurora can pick-up their Kit at Aurora Town Hall:
Friday, October 1, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Aurora Town Hall, 100 John West Way Aurora, ON L4G 6J1, North Entrance – Upper Level Parking Lot (NOT the main entrance)
If you are not local, there is an option to ship the kit to you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Zoom access information will be provided to registered students via email closer to the start date.
- Access to a stable internet connection
- Free Zoom account for Zoom live sessions
- Computer, laptop or tablet with a camera and microphone
- Dedicated space to make art
- Supplies specific to your program
Meet Your Instructor
Lofttan is an Indigenous owned company based in the heart of the beautiful Niagara region and traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe people. Owner/designer April Mitchell-Boudreau is a Turtle clan Mohawk with roots at Six Nations. She’s passionate about awakening and engaging the creator that lives inside all of us. Lofttan is designed and made in Niagara, using textures and traditional materials like shell, sustainably sourced wood, and semi-precious stones.
Patron health and safety while attending events and programs is our top priority. To learn about the latest updates on actions taken by the Aurora Cultural Centre, please visit: COVID-19 Update