You are invited: Next Up Community Camp-out June 6 – June 8

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Glamping: / ˈglampɪŋ / Camping, but with glamour. A combination of the two words. Similar to the activity of spending a holiday living out of a tent, but having the option of not sleeping on the ground and being provided with three hot meals per day.  Costumes customary, but optional.  It’s like camping, but with grey poupon and hot showers. Possibly tutus and capes.
 

 

 

Hi friends!  

We’re taking on the coordination of our own Gathering / Annual NUp party this year! 

Some of you have attended Evan’s Lake camp before — it’s just a few kms past Squamish (we’ll make our own way in carpools) — it’s a glorious patch of land on a private lake.  There are cabins enough for everyone to have a bunk and there is ample ground to bring your own tent as well!  

 

When we arrive in the evening of Fri, June 6.  We’ll be fed dinner that evening.  We will also be fed all meals on Saturday — plus snacks — and breakfast and lunch on Sunday June 8, before heading home.

 

Partners and friends welcome!  

(I’m sorry about the dogs…. I begged, but we can’t bring them.)

 

Summer lovin’ !  Hope you can come!

 

Please feel free to contact Andrea Curtis (andrea@nextup.ca778 549 7874) anytime to ask more questions, offer a bit of programming or generally feel included and invited.

 

Register on Eventbrite.

 

 

 

 

Next Up Saskatchewan announces new summer leadership program!

 Applications for the NEXT UP:  First Nations, Métis & Inuit Youth in Action are now CLOSED.  

Thank you to all who applied!

July leadership program

NEXT UP:  First Nations, Métis & Inuit Youth in Action a leadership program for young adults 

committed to social and environmental justice

July 9 – 13, 2014 – 10 am to 5:00 pm daily – with possible programming on some evenings
Saskatoon, SK

Welcome!
This program for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Youth who are concerned about social and
environmental justice is a new initiative of Next Up.

Over five intense days, you will develop new skills, smarts and ideas. We’ll look at how change is
made in society and we’ll meet and learn from some change-makers who are working for a better
world.

We’re really looking forward to hearing from you. Applications must be received by Friday, May 16th 2014 at 11:00pm, Saskatchewan Time.

Help us spread the word by distributing this Next Up Youth in Action Poster

 

 

 

Next Up Ottawa Community Connections event on March 31st

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Next Up Ottawa presents its 2nd annual Community Connections event:

A Progressive Human Library

Drop in and learn about progressive movements in the city.
Monday, March 31st
6pm-8pm
251 Bank Street, 2nd Floor*
Free snacks and refreshments.
*Accessible
For more information, contact Sam at ottawa@nextup.ca.