2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations is happy to announce the arrival of the Sewing/Beading Drop-In circle. Registered members are invited to join us in-person at our Program Office (located at 2126 Danforth Ave) to connect and learn as we explore Traditional Beadwork and Sewing (think regalia, ribbon shirts/skirts, etc). Some materials are provided, however we do encourage you to bring your own if there is a particular style you wish to create. We have limited sewing machines on site and encourage you to drop by to participate, share and join in this experience.


Are you looking to build a relationship with the Sacred Fire or the Hand Drum? Would you like to further your understanding of this Spiritual Relationship before caring for one? Could you benefit from a safe space to offer medicines/prayers? If so, we would like to invite you to join us at Allan Gardens to connect with the fire and learn/sing some songs! Following the fire teachings, Tracy Barker will be leading a drum circle where everyone is welcome to join and share songs. Snacks will be provided, remember to bring your shakers and drums.


You are invited to celebrate with us at 2126 Danforth Ave for the Grand Opening of our Danforth location. Our new Program Office is designed for comfort and is family oriented to help anyone feel right at home. We would love for you to join in on this day of fun as we officially open the door to this new chapter.


2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations has partnered with An Then I Was Free, to bring you this unique program designed to provide a safe, educational space where real life experiences are explored and unpacked. Members will have this opportunity to listen, relate and share in lived-experiences to better understand how to support each other and live more harmoniously in everyday life. This peer-support group offers an inclusive space leaving members Free to discover, and to Live, their Authentic selves.


2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations would like to invite you to join our 2S Bike Club. This program will focus on safety while riding a bike, health benefits of riding a bike, and bike maintenance, while exploring the beautiful trails Tkaronto has to offer.

Meeting spot will be at 2126 Danforth Ave @ 12:00PM, and we will depart at 12:30PM. Light snacks provided, however if there are any dietary restrictions, we encourage you to bring a healthy alternative. Remember to bring your helmets, bells and water bottles!


Ground yourself and reconnect to Mother Earth on this incredibly enriching and educational Medicine Walk, led by Alan Colley. We welcome all generations of life to join us and share in this hands-on experience. Together we will be exploring various plants (many indigenous to this region) and their different health benefits and uses. Register today to learn how to find and identify forageable plants and medicines that grow in your own backyard!