Recovery Focused Sharing Circles

Drop in to the recovery focused sharing circles every other Tuesday, from January 16, to February 27. The next one is January 16. 7 O’Brien Rd. (old Justice building) Snacks and refreshments served. The circle is an opportunity to connect, share challenges and gains, and access support and wisdom. Art Therapy will be woven throughout…

Caribou hair tufting fundamentals

Hey KDFN, The morning sessions for Caribou hair tufting fundamentals are full. Due to popular demand, we’ve added evening sessions for the same days! Join Sarah Johnston Smith to learn the basics of tufting with caribou hair, and use tools to create floral designs. January 17 and 18, 2024, 5 to 8 p.m. Kenädän Ku…

Update your address with the registrar!

Remember to update your address with the registrar! Sometimes we need to mail Citizens things, so it’s important we have your mailing address updated. You can update your address on our website here: Or contact the registrar here: email; or phone 867-633-7800, ext. 131

Decolonized Approaches to Trauma

Decolonized Approaches to Trauma – a workshop facilitated by Maisie Smith. January 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Nats’ekhi Kų̀ Health Centre. This workshop covers the effects of trauma in both an Indigenous and Western point of view. Sign up, and join the discussion! Lunch provided. To register, phone: 867-668-7289.

Bid on contracts

Hey KDFN! KDFN has ongoing opportunities for construction and maintenance contracts. We’re inviting experienced contractors to bid on these contracts. To be added to the list of qualified bidders and be notified of upcoming opportunities, please contact Community Services at or 867-633-7833.

Medicine Wheel Teachings

Join Maisie Smith on Tuesday, January 9, 12 to 4 p.m. at the Natsékhi Kų̀ Health Centre to learn the teachings of the medicine wheel and how this tool can be used to maintain balance and support with self-care. Meal provided. Space is limited. For more info or to register, phone 867-668-7289.