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#ColdCityWarmHearts

For the third year in a row, FortWhyte Alive, Rossbrook House and Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba (IRCOM) shared a special evening at FortWhyte Alive to celebrate winter for an evening of play and friendship. “Sharing experiences together, especially fun ones, builds relationships and community and that is what this event is all about”, said Rossbrook House Executive Director Phil Chiappetta.  “Rossbrook and IRCOM know the power of seemingly simple exchanges to change perspectives and free us from fears of the unknown.”      #ColdCityWarmHearts has become an annual winter tradition. The delighted squeals, laughter and smiles keep us all
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Pow Wow 2016

It was a beautiful, warm, sunny day. Attendance was good. And there were community dancers of all ages, including the Rossbrook House children. They were a beautiful spectacle in their dazzling regalia.
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The History of the Rossbrook House Pow Wow

Rossbrook House has a 35 year history with the traditional pow wow. From the inception of the very first Rossbrook House pow wow to today, it is an annual event that includes community dancers and drummers. And everyone is welcome!
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