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 has Seine River School Division Alternative Learning Program along with a Meeting Room that can accommodate 15-20 people depending on the set up along with three break-out rooms for 5-6 people. In addition to the main meeting room we do also have studios that are used for meditation, healing work, art therapy, and personal studio work available on a daily and monthly basis.
The second floor is home to “Wheat” - ART & EXPRESSIVE ARTS THERAPY TRAINING on the Prairies with Darci Adams and her team, and art studios/office space available on a monthly basis.
The first floor is available for venue rentals (special events such as weddings, celebration of life, bridal/baby showers, family reunions – just to name a few). SNAC also hosts several community events throughout the year – example: Peace Days.
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.