Alaskan Nets – Thursday, March 31st at 6pm
Doors will open at 5:30pm. Movie starts at 6pm.
Tickets are FREE! Purchase your free ticket here so that we can keep track of the amount of attendees.
The Hastings Anti-Racism Committee (HARC) will be showing the documentary movie Alaskan Nets in the school gym. The movie comes to us from Tsimshian territory, where director Jeff Harasimowicz tells the story of the community of Metlakatla – the last remaining First Nation reserve in Alaska – and the high school boys basketball team, as they make a run for the state championship. Watch the TRAILER.
Bring a blanket and some movie snacks and let’s have some fun together in person!
So that everyone feels comfortable, we ask that masks are worn.
Donations to the PAC’s new bursary fund for Indigenous Hastings graduates are welcomed by cash or cheque at the event.
We can’t wait to see you there!
The next morning, on Friday, April 1st from 8:30am, Hastings’ Indigenous Enhancement Worker, Kristen Quesnelle, will be hosting coffee outside the school doors on Franklin – the SW corner of the building. She’ll be talking about Hastings Elementary’s new All-Nations Room, aka ‘The Nest.’ Everyone is welcome to attend. Look for the bright green Hastings tent!