W SHOW (ORIGINALLY W PROJECT)

Communities members express their Abenaki pride through an evening show offering diverse, multi-generational performances.

NIONA

Young people between the ages of 12 and 17 cover the cultural events and actions of the communities of Odanak and Wôlinak and broadcast them through the various technological platforms.

AZW8 GROUP

Young parents from Odanak gather to discuss their role as parents.

ESPACE JEUNESSE

Young people between the ages of 12 and 17 from Odanak gather at the Family Center so that they can meet each other and talk about their concerns.

ESPACE MASKWA

The population of Wôlinak can count on a space that allows them to find themselves in the heart of the Abenaki culture through the loan of books, homework help and various cultural activities.

COLLECTIVE KITCHEN OF ODANAK

The population of Odanak participates in various collective kitchen sessions in small groups, in order to adopt healthy habits and food autonomy.

BACK-UP TRANSPORTATION FOR ELDERS – WÔLINAK

Elders in Wôlinak can count on a back-up transportation project to counter social isolation and keep elders active.

ABAZI GROUP – WÔLINAK

Elders meet and discuss topics that bring them together as elders, but also as grandparents.

The FNCFS team collaborates closely with all the actions developed in the communities of Odanak and Wôlinak:

  • Pow Wow of Odanak and Wôlinak
  • Avenir d’Enfants
  • Winter Carnival of each community
  • Fall Cultural Celebration
  • National Aboriginal Day
  • Odanak Meals on Wheels
  • The Odanak Guignolée
  • Community Child Care Services
  • Homework Help Service in Odanak