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Blair Robillard -- Book Launch

Thursday Jan 23 2020 7:00 pm, Winnipeg, Grant Park in the Atrium

Launch of Kihcite Metawewina: Playing with a Great Heart, presented by the Manitoba Aboriginal Sports & Recreation Council

Kihcite Metawewina: Playing with a Great Heart is not only a compilation of traditional and contemporary Indigenous games and activities played on Turtle Island. It is an invitation into Blair’s classroom and into the circle where Indigenous philosophies and teachings are taught with the hope of restoring the original intent of play.

Blair Robillard has been teaching traditional and contemporary Indigenous games and activities throughout Manitoba for over 20 years. He has taught at the University of Manitoba, Kinesiology and Recreation Management and Inner City of Social Work faculties, University College of the North and Red River College. In 2017, Blair was awarded the “Innovation in Teaching Award” by the Physical Health Educators of Manitoba and in 2018, his course “Indigenous Games and Activities” was recognized by MacLean’s magazine as one of two "Cool Courses" offered by the University of Manitoba.

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Playing With a Great Heart

- by Blair Robillard

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Kihcite Metawewina: Playing with a Great Heart is not only a compilation of traditional and contemporary Indigenous games and activities played on Turtle Island. It is an invitation into Blair’s classroom and into the circle where Indigenous philosophies and teachings are taught with the hope of restoring the original intent of play.

About the Author: Blair Robillard has been teaching traditional and contemporary Indigenous games and activities throughout Manitoba for over 20 years. He has taught at the University of Manitoba, Kinesiology and Recreation Management and Inner City of Social Work faculties, University College of the North and Red River College. In 2017, Blair was awarded the “Innovation in Teaching Award” by the Physical Health Educators of Manitoba and in 2018, his course “Indigenous Games and Activities” was recognized by MacLean’s magazine as one of two "Cool Courses" offered by the University of Manitoba.