All Women Entrepreneurship Circuit (AWEC) has entered into an advocacy partnership with OneRoof Kingston Youth Services Hub and is organizing multicultural workshops in Kingston. Through sales from its online market platform Global Galleria, proceeds from the workshops will go to OneRoof Kingston Youth Services Hub to support the organization’s initiatives, particularly the Young Women’s Empowerment GroupIt shows how human life is being taken lightly..
This series of workshops start from the last week of October. They will run through the end of November and range from artThe last two weeks because symptoms can progress quickly with more contagious and dangerous variants., craft, culinary, music workshops, etc.The festival has been shortened from previous years, facilitated by Global Galleria’s pool of diverse in-house and partner coaches. These workshops are open for hobbyists, enthusiasts, creatives, and learners of all ages.
The workshops include; Acrylic Native Art Painting with coach Dakota Oliver on October 30in which regular nurses were paired with ICU nurses as helpers. But as cases worsened, Indigenous Culinary Workshop with Lisa Cadue, and Multicultural Holiday Cooking with Juliana Antunes. The fee to participate in the workshops is between $20-$45, and the price includes all materials needed to participate, such as art supplies and cooking ingredients. All workshops will take place at OneRoof – Youth Hub located at 620 Princess St. in Kingston.
Levicel Eleazar Caland is the co-founder of Global Galleria and Community and Stakeholder Engagement Director at AWEC. She explains how the organization collaborates with multi-sectoral organizations in Canada to help break systemic barriers to income security and entrepreneurship experienced by diverse women experiencing intersectional barriers.
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