VDAY AIRDRIE & LADIES OUT LOUD
THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES 2020
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 2020
Bert Church Theatre, Airdrie
Doors Open: 6pm
Show Starts: 7pm
Cash Bar/Merchandise Table
Advance Tickets: $30
At the Door: $35*
*Please note this event typically sells out and cannot guarantee tickets will be available to purchase at the door.
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The Vagina Monologues is an award-winning play based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler's interviews with more than 200 women. With humour and grace, the piece celebrates women's sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. For 20 years, The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public and brought a deeper consciousness to the conversation around ending violence against women and girls
V-Day, is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls started by author, playwright and activist Eve Ensler. The event is to help raise awareness of women's issues and raise much needed funds for local charities.
Recipients of the VDAY Airdrie TVM 2020 funds will be donated to Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society and Community Links to help recruit and train frontline volunteers, programs, counselling/therapy specific to women who are victims of family violence and/or sexual abuse.
We are gratefull to Chantal Chagnon from Cree8 for joining us for our One Billion Rising segment this year.
Chantal is a Cree Ojibwe Métis Singer, Drummer, Artist, Storyteller, Actor, Educator, Workshop Facilitator, Social Justice Advocate and Activist with roots in Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan. She shares Traditional Indigenous Songs, Stories, Culture, History, Arts, Crafts and Teachings.
Chantal recognizes sharing culture and building community is an integral part of building bridges of understanding and acceptance. Chantal is a compassionate woman, who believes that a healthier, fairer, more sustainable Canada is possible as we make decisions for future generations to come.
Chantal has chosen the Awo Taan Emergency Shelter as the recipient for this years Spotlight donation.
About Awo Taan:
Protection and support against family violence and all form of abuse,
The Awo Taan Healing Lodge (formerly Awo Taan Native Women's Shelter Society) is a 32-bed, full service emergency shelter that provides services to women and children from all cultures.
Appropriately named “Awo Taan”, which means “shield” in the Blackfoot language, the shelter is blanketed in a unique atmosphere where the traditional wholistic and spiritual teachings of the Aboriginal people’s Medicine Wheel are practiced. This approach benefits Aboriginal women and their children in helping them through the healing process within the comfort of their community.
For more information on Awo Taan go to https://www.awotaan.org
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