Mission

To build an inclusive and welcoming community for all citizens of Halton through education.

Vision

To promote greater awareness, understanding and respect amongst all people of our increasingly diverse community.

Free Movie Screening and Small Group Discussion

Discuss the movie with the Director via Live Chat from Israel

Popcorn and Refreshments available!

hosted by
Interfaith Council of Halton
as part of
World Interfaith Harmony Week

Tuesday February 5, 2019
7-9pm

Queen Elizabeth Park
Cultural and Community Center
Black Box Theatre
2302 Bridge Rd, Oakville

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