Sharing Circles are one of the most popular events at Good Learning Anywhere.
Participants gain new insights and understanding of First Nations people and culture. Our guests are people that will inspire, motivate and share their stories.
Sharing Circles are hosted approximately every three months on third Monday of that month at 10:30 am EST using the Saba system.
There will be no Sharing Circles in May, June, July and August.
How to Participate
The Sharing Circle is open to anyone in Ontario to attend.
If you are already a registered learner with Good Learning Anywhere, the next Sharing Circle will be included in your Saba system schedule.
If you are not a registered learner, simply fill in the form below and you will receive an email with instructions on how to login to participate in all future Sharing Circles.
Recent guests have included:
is an Aboriginal recording artist based out of Thunder Bay, with 3 albums, multiple awards and a strong connection to her community and fans.
Drew Hayden Taylor
Mr. Taylor is part Ojibwa and part Caucasian, is a Canadian playwright, author and journalist from Curve Lake First Nation.
Dr. Emily Jane Faries
Originating from the James Bay area, she is a member of the Moose Cree First Nation and has worked tirelessly on revitalizing the traditional spirituality.
A member of Wikwemikong First Nation, she is a dancer and a mother to two children, Nikki achieved her secondary diploma through online, distance education and is attended 6 nations Polytech in the fall.
Delbert Jay R. Johnathan
A member of Six Nations – Mohawk Nation, He is an artist, musician, dancer and addictions worker for Native Horizons Treatment center.
Shirley Pheasant Williams
A residential school survivor and a member of Wikwemikong First Nation, she has been a lifelong student and teacher and is a respected Elder.
We welcome your ideas for upcoming Sharing Circle topics or guest speakers. If you have a suggestion, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org