Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project is
Honored to have been asked to continue The Three Sisters
Health & Harvest Fair this October 18th, 2015
at the Knights of Columbus Hall.
KSDPP and their continuing community group Ieienthos
Akohtiohkwa present throughout the seasons various
workshops and gatherings of interest to
Kahnawakeronon in buying locally, raising their own
produce, preparing foods and much more.
A Farmers Market is held every sunday at the
Karonhianonhnaha School grounds throughout the growing
season culminating with the harvest fair.
This year we are returning to the original intent of the
Harvest Fair in showcasing regional and local argicultural
offerings, prepared foods and artisan wares.
We are hoping that we can share a variety of things to be
seen and tasted - heirloom varieties of vegetables and
fruit, creative flavors of breads, pies and ams,
unique handmade items and more.
There will be various displays from our community
organizations promoting a healthy lifestyle,
contests and raffles and course.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or Kowenni at 514-707-7292 for tables, indoors or outdoors.
Remember - Physical activity, healthy eating habits and
having a positive attitude can prevent diabetes! .
Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project would like
to thank the Eastern Door and Caughnawaga Golf Club
and all of the sponsors and participants at the
2nd Annual Golf Tournament
on August 15th, 2015.
On September 12th at the
Kateri Memorial Foundation
Moccasin Walk there will be a wellness
fair at Karonhisnonhnha School grounds.
KSDPP will have a booth
for registration of events:
More information to follow.