Joy & Resilience: Feature-Length Documentary on Happiness

You're invited to a FREE screening of the documentary film "Joy & Resilience"

Joy & Resilience: Feature-Length Documentary on Happiness
Screenshot from Joy & Resilience documentary: Pastor Alice Forest of Grace Christian Center

The DiversityCanada Foundation, an Elliot Lake non-profit, presents "Joy & Resilience", a feature-length documentary film about coping with the stresses of life.

The documentary features interviews with 
-- top researchers from around the world;
-- local experts such as Pastor Alice Forest of Grace Christian Centre, Jennifer Hammond of the Oaks Center, and Conrad Bobiwash, First Nations Artist and Educator from Blind River;
--as well as everyday Elliot Lake folk.

The film also showcases the beauty of our city while exploring the topic of how to maintain or increase our sense of joy even in difficult times.

The first showing is at the Elliot Lake Public Library on Tuesday, June 4th from 1:00 PM.

The second screening is at the Grace Christian Centre on Tuesday, June 18th, starting at 12:15 PM.

The final showing is booked for the  Blind River Public Library on Thursday, June 20th and starts 1:00 PM.

Entry is FREE. 

These events are part of the "Joy Project," an initiative by the DiversityCanada Foundation to bring residents of Algoma together for discussions that acknowledge the challenges we all face and focus on the resilience that can sustain us. The "Joy Project" is supported by the "GSC Community Impact Fund: Creating Communities of Care for Algoma," which is administered by the Algoma Community Foundation. This fund is made possible with financial support from Green Shield Canada.