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613-547-1135 (Phone)
613-507-7267 (Fax)
www.tipimoza.com
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Native American Astrological Signs
These signs encourage the fact that the Aboriginal Culture as a close connection to nature,
and the belief that there’s always something to learn from these animals. The belief is that our
creator speaks to us through animals, and that these animals are considered our brothers and
sisters. Translating into astrology, based on the time of year you are born, you are given the
following; An Animal, an Element, a Stone, and a Colour.
The Cougar or Wolf
(Feb 19th to Mar 20th)
Element: Air and Water
Stone: Jade
Colour: Blue/Green
Personality Traits: Gentle & Generous
Compatible: Brown bear, Woodpecker
Western Zodiac: Pisces
The Falcon
(Mar 21th to Apr 20th)
Element: Fire
Stone: Opal
Colour: Yellow/Green
Personality Traits: Powerful and Spontaneous
Compatible: Salmon, Owl
Western Zodiac: Aries
This Month’s Community Events
Kingston Canadian Film Festival
March 2nd to 5th
Bringing the best Canadian feature films of the
year to a number of traditional venues in downtown Kingston, free workshops and special events!
Events at Metis Nation of Ontario
629 Division Street
Traditional Medicine Workshop (1pm-3pm Mar 3rd)
Emotional Management (1pm-3pm Mar 7th)
Healing blanket (1pm-3pm Mar 10th)
Family Story-Time and Game Night (4am-7pm Mar 10th)
Family Movie Day – “Inside Out” (1pm-3pm Mar 16th)
First Nations Community Discussions
1021 Woodbine Road (Westside Fellowship Church)
March 5th 6:30pm – “Where do we go from here”
A discussion about Canadians and the First Nations C
Ommunities led by Paul Rev’ds Rod and Lisa Brant-Francis.
March 12th 6:30pm – “The future of Public Education
in First Nations Communities” led by Mike Hogerton
of The Centre for Public Dialogue’
All Welcome! Free of charge, call 613-389-7817 for more information
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Activity for the Kids!
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Fun/Easy Recipes
Peanut Butter Kisses
INGREDIENTS
 1 cup smooth peanut butter
 ½ cup sugar
 1 egg
 24 Hershey Kisses (Unwrapped)
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat Oven to 325(F)
2. Mix all ingredients with large spoon
3. Roll into 24 balls.
4. Place 3-4” apart, Flatten with fork
5. Place 1 kiss in the middle of each
6. Bake 20 minutes (Do not over-bake)
7. Let cool before serving.
Chickpea Salad
INGREDIENTS
 1 can chickpeas (Rinsed and Drained)
 ¼ cup fresh parsley (Finely Chopped)
 ¼ cup finely chopped onion
 ½ red pepper, diced
 1 large clove garlic, minced
 3 tablespoon lemon juice
 2 tablespoon olive oil
DIRECTIONS
1. Combine all ingredients.
2. Toss well
3. Let salad stand for about an hour.
4. Serve cold.
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Office Hours
Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00am – 3:00pm
Other days by appointment only
Executive
Director
Martha Beach
613-547-1134
Coordinator of
Community Outreach
Carol Loft
613-547-1135
What do you want to see in the monthly Newsletter?
Let us know!
Email your suggestions to [email protected]
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