The Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta is hosting an online event on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 where you can meet the Consular Team. You can learn more about the roles of the team members and the services they offer to Canadians living in the Southeastern US. RSVP required to receive Webex link. See the flyer below for details.
Join us Saturday, December 14 @ 4pm for a special tour of the exhibition What in the World is a Grain Mummy? with fellow Canadian, Egyptologist, and exhibition curator Dr. Caroline Rocheleau at the North Carolina Museum of Art.
Introductory remarks Inspirations from Sports Life in Ancient Egypt by Andrea Carska-Sheppard, Corporate General Counsel and Sports Arbitrator.
Meet at the North Carolina Museum of Art
West Building Information Desk
2110 Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC 27607
Saturday, December 14 @ 4pm
Please arrive 10 minutes before the start of the tour.
After the visit, we will retreat for a drink and networking
4035 Lake Boone Trail
Raleigh, NC 27607
Space is limited, please register using our Eventbrite page.
This is a pay-your-own-tab event.
Ring in the New Year with CNNC! Joins us for brunch this weekend.
WHEN: Sunday, January 20
TIME: 11 am – 1:30 pm
WHERE: Humble Pie, 317 South Harrington Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
This is a pay your own tab event, but we kindly ask that you register so we know how many guests to expect.
The Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta is collaborating on a signature partnership event with Canadian conductor Dr. Jonathan Govias, Assistant Professor of Music and Director of UNC Charlotte Orchestras. Dr. Govias is spearheading a performance called “Prayer for Peace” at the Booth Playhouse, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center in Charlotte on November 8 at 7:30pm.
Admission is free.
The performance is characterized as a symphonic remembrance of war, holocaust, and hope, It commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice and the 80th Anniversary of Kristallnacht.
Click on the link for details
Our first day at the Booth started with pomp and circumstance with the visit of Consul General of Canada Nadia Theodore and Ash Miller, Political and Economic Relations Officer. Take a look at some of the photos of this morning’s activity at the Canada Booth.
Many thanks to all our volunteers who hosted today. Please send along your photos!
Canada will be represented again this year at the Raleigh International Festival on Oct 26-28. We invite you to drop by the Canada Cultural Booth to see how we’ve interpreted this year’s theme, Celebrations Around the World. (You might want to wear a tuque or mukluks!) We have a wonderful team of Canadian volunteers ready to welcome you on all three days of the festival.
There will be dancing, music, culture, food and much more! Join us on Friday, Oct. 26 (10:30am – 10pm), Saturday, Oct. 27 (10am – 10pm) and Sunday, Oct. 28 (11am – 7pm). Visit the Raleigh International Festival website to purchase tickets or view the schedules.
The Canada Cultural Booth is organized by Canadian Network of North Carolina in partnership with the Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta and the generous support of RBC Bank.
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, in partnership with the Consulate General De México in Raleigh and the Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta, is pleased to present this free event celebrating the monarch butterfly migration across Mexico, the United States and Canada.
Saturday, October 20
11:00am – 2:00pm
11:00am–12:45pm: Butterfly crafts and family activities led by artist Lety Alvarez.
11:45am–12:30pm: “Flight of the Butterflies 3D” (Spanish version).
12:45pm–1:00pm: Dance group performance by Baile Folklórico Vicky.
1:00pm–1:40pm: Remarks & Presentations (listed below).
1:40pm–2:00pm: “Flight of the Butterflies 3D” (English version).
For more details, visit https://naturalsciences.org/calendar/event/monarch-migration/
Canadians Living in Charlotte NC are getting together on September 15 for burgers at the Barcelona at 11:30am. Please contact the group for details and queries.