The Northern Ontario Francophone Immigration Support Network, Club canadien-français de Thunder Bay and the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association invite you to take part in an evening of culture to discuss what represents Franco-Ontarian heritage and what it means to be francophone.
Is it recipes, a particular song, certain authors, a handicraft or art form, a place or something completely different?
The event will start with a group of panelists of various backgrounds – a Franco-Ontarian, a New Arrival, a Permanent Resident, and more. They will briefly discuss what Franco-Ontarian heritage means to them.
After that, there will be an open discussion and question period with the panelists and members of the audience. All of this will be accompanied with light refreshments.
Come out and let’s talk culture!
Date: Friday, February 26, 2016 from 5 to 7 pm
Place: Centre francophone, 234 Van Norman Street
For more information, please contact Paula Haapanen toll free at 1 888 248-1712.