Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is SNAC?
A: SNAC is a non-profit earth-spirit-culture centre located on the historical site of the Trappist Monastery in St. Norbert, Manitoba.
Q: What happens at SNAC?
A: The SNAC building, historically known as the Trappist Monks' Guest House, hosts all kinds of gatherings. The third floor hosts our office and is home to the Sanctuary group, along with studios that are used for meditation, healing work, art therapy, and personal studio work. The second floor is home to "Express Yourself" art therapy with Darci Adams, art studios, rooms available for retreat, and our caretaker/venue manager Phillip Squire. The first floor is utilized by the Seine River School Division during the school year for both an alternative school and for their staff's professional education. The first floor is also available for venue rentals (weddings, events, etc) every weekend Friday evening through Sunday and for all of July and August. SNAC also hosts several community events throughout the year.
Q: How can I get involved?
A: Come out to an event listed on our website, volunteer for a work-bee, inquire about membership, take a workshop, come and take a walk any time and enjoy the fresh air.
Q: How long has SNAC been around?
A: SNAC was incorporated in 1991.
Q: How can I donate to SNAC?
A: Donate online with Paypal! SNAC is a registered charity and can issue tax receipts for all donations. We also appreciate donated time. You can also contribute by telling your friends about SNAC.