What Now? Lanark County is holding a day of seminars and dialogue on what it means to be a boy or a man in the 21st century, featuring three speakers:

  • Amanda Rogers is a Harm Reduction Outreach Worker who brings a wealth of knowledge in the area of gender and the social constructs of gender
  • Rachel Giese is editor-at-large at Chatelaine and a regular contributor to CBC Radio, and the author of Boys: What it Means to Become a Man.
  • Brian Jackson is the Outreach and Operations Manager for the Moose Hide Campaign Development Society, a grass roots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people working to end violence against women and children.


Friday, September 28th, from 9:00 a.m. till 3:30 p.m.

Royal Canadian Legion, Perth, 26 Beckwith Street East

FREE! Lunch will be provided (donations for lunch accepted)

Please register at www.eventbrite.ca

For more information, please contact Lanark County Mental Health, 613-257-5915, extension 226.

Sponsored by: Lanark County Interval House, Lanark County Mental Health, Lanark County Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Program, HIV/AIDS Regional Services, and the Moose Hide Campaign