Regina Cross-Cultural Sharing Circle invites you for conversation on Saturday May 19th

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Regina Cross-Cultural Sharing Circle invites you for conversation on Saturday May 19th

The Regina Cross-Cultural Sharing Circle is a friendly and informal group of people who meet once a month to describe and share their reflections and views about their own cultures on a variety of topics.

It is also for people who are interested in listening and learning about different cultural perspectives, worldviews, and insights on those topics.

The main goals of each gathering are to broaden our horizons, develop the art of listening with empathy, and encourage a mindset of understanding, acceptance, and adaptation toward cultural differences. 
 
 

The next gathering of the Regina Cross-Cultural Sharing Circle will be:

  • Saturday, May 19
  • 3:45 - 4:45 pm
  • Sweet Bakery and Coffee House
  • 2445 Broad St.

The theme of this month's gathering is 'What it means to live as an Asian person in Canada in 2018'.

For those of Asian ancestry, it is a chance to explore this question and share reflections.

For those who are not Asian, it's a chance to hear a different perspective and share insights about their own cultural identity.  

You are welcome to join the group for conversation and sharing.


Send an RSVP by 10:00 p.m. Friday, May 18 to 

There are only 12 spots available, so people need to RSVP if they want to attend.

Admission is free, but participants should purchase a beverage from the coffee house


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