Albert’s events will be posted here. These events include readings of his poetry, openings, speaking engagements, ceremonies, and more. You can also subscribe to Albert’s Newsletter or follow him on Facebook to hear about his upcoming Events.
Saturday, August 31, 2019 – 11 am – 4 pm
Old Town Hall Community Centre
61 Main Street, Ottawa K1S 1B3
Touch The Earth
A series of talks conducted by three guest speakers, bringing their different topics of healing, synergistically together for this special event.
“Stories from the Land” by Albert Dumont
Albert Dumont is a spiritual advisor, a storyteller, a poet, a human rights activist, a father, a grandfather and a member of the Algonquins of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg. Albert will present “Stories from the Land” in prose and poetry and educate through his unique storytelling skills. His books and cards will be available at the event.
“Meditative Healing” by Eric Bawden
Through the use of case studies, Eric Bawden will draw a thread through the teachings of Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, Hue Len and other sources. This will provide a profound journey into the connection between the conscious world around us and the world of symbols and synchronicity. This aims to leave us with a new perspective of who we are and our connection to all that surrounds us.
“Traditional Healing for the Modern Day” by Dalva Lamminmäki
The topic Dalva Lamminmäki will be delving into is Finnish folk healing and its connection to Finnish mythology and traditional folk culture. In 2013 she visited Canada twice, as a guest lecturer at the University of Toronto, Lakehead University and the Nordic Society in Ottawa. She is currently completing her 5 year long study in Finland on the topic of Folk Healing, which she will be presenting, along with examples of her research.
Ticket: $40 CAD including coffee/Tea and light refreshments
For more information or to purchase a seat for this event, contact
Christ Church Cathedral – October 5, 2019
414 Sparks St., Ottawa
Autumn teachings: 9 – 11 am
Iskotew Lodge – at some point in the future
I will be at Iskotew Lodge and available for one-on-one sharing from 9 am to 11 am and from 1 pm until 4 pm. At 12 noon until 1 pm I will offer teachings/storytelling etc.
Iskotew Lodge is within a Health Canada building, so please bring ID and allow 10 minutes for getting a visitor pass at the security desk.
Where: Health Canada, Brooke Claxton Building, Room 0125C, 70 Colombine Dr., Tunney’s Pasture, Ottawa
Contact: Christine Chapman, 613-957-3216 or email@example.com.