The Hub City Bounce Back was a joyous 1-day festival in downtown Nanaimo, featuring live music, DJs, a parade, family play zone, lantern ceremony, and dance cypher. Spring 2022
The Rural Islands Economic Forum (RIEF) was an opportunity for rural islanders, allies, partners, stakeholders to connect, learn, share and advocate for rural island economic renewal and community building across all sectors, regions and islands. Fall 2021
The Day of Grief and Gratitude was a community collaboartion: an online workshop, Snuneymuwx ceremony, and concert with Stephen Jenkinson and Gregory Hoskins. It was for people on Gabriola to acknowledge - and feel - the losses and sorrows of the past 18 months and beyond. Fall 2021
Maji Events revived the Gabriola Fall Fair at the Gabriola Commons, featuring Squash Race, Agi Exhibition, live brass band, and much more. Over 500 people in attendance. Fall 2021
Responding to a growing housing crisis, Maji Events offered a 4-part online workshop with community organizer Shaun Woods. It gave 15 international and local participants solid a philosophical and practical foundation for starting an intentional community. Out of that workshop, local participants started the Work Party Party, a system of rotating work parties in summer/ fall 2021.
Maji Events provided design consultation, pre-symposium training, symposium facilitation and hosting to the VIU team, and to the participants from 14 universities across Canada. The event was entirely online with over 200 participants. Spring 2021
Couch Fest Gabriola featured 10 Gabriola music acts in an online music festival. A sorely needed community arts event during the early months of the pandemic, it brought locals and families together for some joyous celebration.
Cultivate Music + Theatre + Art Festival made a splash in 2018 and 2019, drawing 700 people to 3 live performance stages at the Gabriola Commons.
A grassroots community arts experience with a focus on artist collaboration and community connection.
Part of a "Love Local" campaign, the Scavenger Hunt highlighted local businesses and attractions over the Family Day weekend in an engaging and fun way.
May all live with imagination. May ancient and new visions weave together. Maji Events supports those with gifts and magic to offer, for the benefit of others.
Maji events are grounded in respect for the natural world and our oh-so-human bodies. Will you join us in a new culture of regenerative living, energy descent, and embodiment?
Maji Events seeks to build community. In honour of those moments when a circle of seekers, a mob of dancers, or a madness of artists turns truly into a We.