The Undertoe

The Undertoe

Posted by on Jun 22, 2019 in Events, Partner Events, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Undertoe

Presented by

Toes Across The Floor Dance Company

Toes Across the Floor Year End Dance Recital


Saturday June 22nd at 2pm and 7pm

Tickets: $15

call 519-725-4555 or tickets can be purchased at the Toes Across the Floor dance studio, 330 Gage Avenue, by cash or cheque.

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The Undertoe

The Undertoe

Posted by on Jun 22, 2019 in Events, Partner Events, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Undertoe

Presented by

Toes Across The Floor Dance Company

Toes Across the Floor Year End Dance Recital


Saturday June 22nd at 2pm and 7pm

Tickets: $15

call 519-725-4555 or tickets can be purchased at the Toes Across the Floor dance studio, 330 Gage Avenue, by cash or cheque.

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I Wish

I Wish

Posted by on Jun 19, 2019 in Events, Partner Events, Uncategorized | 0 comments

A KW Youth Theatre Production


Date of Performance: Tuesday June 19th 2019 at 7pm

Ticket Prices: $18 adult / $14 student

Purchase tickets at the door or contact Nicholas Walsh at nicholas.john.walsh@gmail.com or 226-820-3578

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The Magic Carpet

The Magic Carpet

Posted by on Jun 11, 2019 in Events, Partner Events, Uncategorized | 0 comments

A KW Youth Theatre Production


Date of Performance: Tuesday June 11th 2019 at 7pm

Ticket Prices: $18 adult / $14 student

Purchase tickets at the door or contact Nicholas Walsh at nicholas.john.walsh@gmail.com or 226-820-3578

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Food for Thought: Potluck and Talk

Food for Thought: Potluck and Talk

Posted by on Apr 30, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Decoding and celebrating our food rituals   

Eating is essential to survival – and it is deeply symbolic. We all have our food rituals. Some are sacred, handed down over generations or built into religious and spiritual practice. While others may simply be quirks of personality  created to make meals tastier. Food is built into our identity. Eating not only brings us together it helps connect us to our past.

Starting with Arab and Israeli cultures, Dr. Holly A. Pearse decodes meals and shows how rituals affect how we eat. Please bring your favorite dish OR your favorite recipe to share with everyone as part of our community potluck lunch after Dr. Pearse’s talk.
This event is in relation to JM Drama’s production of The Arab-Israeli Cookbook at The Registry Theatre May 5th to 7th. The play is based upon intimate, first hand interviews conducted in Israel, Gaza, and the West Bank. The one unifying feature of these meetings was that those interviewed were cooking their daily meals. The play creates a portrait of the lives of ordinary people. Each person has a story to tell, and a recipe to cook.
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Jasmin Habib – Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know About The Arab-Israeli Conflict But Were Afraid to Ask

Jasmin Habib – Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know About The Arab-Israeli Conflict But Were Afraid to Ask

Posted by on Apr 25, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

At the Kitchener Public Library.

Meeting Room C.

Associate Professor Jasmin Habib completed her MA in International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame, and her PhD in Cultural Anthropology at McMaster University. She published Israel, Diaspora and the National Routes of Belonging with the University of Toronto Press. She is currently preparing her book manuscript entitled Transnational Palestine. Jasmin will deliver a short illustrated presentation regarding her personal connection, and her perspective on the region and its conflicts, then open up the evening for questions and discussion.

This talk is presented in association with the JM Drama production of the play The Arab Israeli Cookbook. The Arab-Israeli Cookbook is presented by JM Drama at The Registry Theatre, May 5th – 7th. registrytheatre.com. It is a drama created from the everyday realities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Based upon intimate, first hand interviews conducted in Israel, Gaza and the West Bank, the one unifying feature of these meetings was that the subjects were cooking their daily meals.

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