International Women's Day celebrated in Saskatchewan
Written by IMC Sask
Friday, 04 March 2011
Don't Stop Now! Photography and collages by the Young Women's Wellness Program Tuesday, March 8 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Planned Parenthood Regina 1431 Victoria Ave.
Food for Thought Womenís Perspective on Local and Global Food Sovereignty and Food Security What it is and isnít?
Come celebrate International Womenís Day by contributing to discussion on Food Sovereignty and Economic Violence Against Women. Learn of the 6 Pillars of Food Sovereignty. Discuss the Economic, Social, Environmental Future of the Farm Women and Farm Families. What action is needed to make these principles happen? All events run from 10 AM to 4 PM
March 5 - Humboldt, Anglican Church Hall, 716 9th St.
March 7 - Yorkton, Dominion Room of S.I.G.N., 345 Broadway St. West
March 8 - Carlyle Library, 119-1 St. West, Carlyle
March 17 - Wilkie New Horizons Hall, 216-1st St. E
March 18 - Swift Current - Community Futures Room, Southwest Centre for Entrepreneurial Development, 885-6th Ave. N.E.
April 2 - Regina - United Way Bldg., 1440 Scarth St.
RSVP to Marcella Pedersen 306-398-2795 or
Sponsored by the National Farmerís Union Womenís #6 Advisory Committee.
Appreciation is expressed to the Saskatchewan Status of Women Office for its support of this International Womenís Day project.
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