We acknowledge that we still have a lot to learn, and there is room for improvement. We invite you to join in our journey of truth and reconciliation, decolonization and indigenization.

What’s New



Native Plant Walk at Indigenous Garden

π—₯π—˜π—₯π—’π—’π—§π—œπ—‘π—š: π—”π—Ώπ˜ π—ͺπ—Όπ—Ώπ—Έπ˜€π—΅π—Όπ—½ π—¦π—²π—Ώπ—Άπ—²π˜€ is a newly launched project at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House, funded by the Multiculturalism Grant – Government of British Columbia.

We are hiring interested Indigenous artists to join us. Contact Gloria at !

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IG: @froghollowcreates

We are glad to have Cheyenne Fox Tree-McGrath share her passion and skills with Powwow dance with our seniors/elders at the virtual dance program.

Contact jessie@froghollow.bc.caΒ to sign up!

In honour of the Women’s Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, we are hosting a film night to help raise awareness and offer a space to share dialogue on this issue.Β 

Register HEREΒ 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Since the Autumn of 2020, Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House (in collaboration with Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House) has hosted a series of art projects featuring Indigenous artists sparkling conversations over #decolonization , #indigenization , forging community ties through a variety of art forms.
The Land and Body Revival workshop is a continuation of our recent The Withering Colonial Thought -connecting land to body series, exploring decolonize poetry with writer and artist Sussan YÑñez

All Nations Drum Circle is back!

Registration is open for the 2021 Jan-Mar sessions.Β 

We look forward to seeing you online!

Know more and sign up!

Shane Pointe, who gifted Frog Hollow the Salish names for our intention and commitment towards decolonization, Waacus Salee (Frog Spirit) and P’ipa:m Lelum (Frog House), will be with us on February 1st via zoom in the workshop: Language of the Land.🌿
We are so glad to reconnect with Shane, the proud Musqueam artist, to continue the conversation and stories about the land, culture and people.Β 
Learn from Solomon Chiniquay, the photographer and filmmaker, how to capture moments in your photos that tell stories about the land and people. Only 2 sessions left. Sign up now before the seats run out.
Solomon’s visuals and artwork:
Follow him on Instagram: @solomanchiniquay


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