EDUCATION DAY JUNE 19 | INDIGENOUS DAY CELEBRATION JUNE 21 FESTIVAL WEEKEND JUNE 21-23 | COMPETITION POW WOW JUNE 21-23

CELEBRATION STAGE

Presented by OLG

COMPETITION POW WOW

Presented by CN & CDIC

WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIES

CULINARY EXPERIENCE
Presented by TD & ITO

DRONE SHOW

Presented by ITO

EDUCATION DAY
JOURNÉES Éducatives

Presented by / présentée par BMO
FAMILY FUN ZONE
Presented by Gen7 Fuel & Greenshield Canada

INDIGENOUS DAY CELEBRATION

Presented by CAA & TD

OFFSITE PARTNER EVENTS

Presented by Canadian Museum of History, National Arts Centre, National Gallery, & Ottawa Public Library
SSIMAs ON TOUR
Presented by TD

STORYTELLING STAGE

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Calling for Food Vendors!

Hey foodies! Wanna be part of the Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival on June 21-22-23 at Mādahòkì Farm, Ottawa? We’re looking for food vendors!
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We acknowledge that the Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival takes place on the traditional and unceded territories of the Algonquin peoples and their descendants.

Come together ONLINE

to celebrate National Indigenous History Month

introducing new ways to create connections and share our rich and vibrant culture.

In 2020, we bring together artists, vendors and performers online to share their crafts, expertise and talents with all of Canada. Tune into Indigenous music and performers, theatre and dance including a Social Distance Pow Wow competition. Register for Indigenous cooking and arts & crafts workshops; learn from Elders teachings and traditions; shop at the Virtual Marketplace. Education (Multi)Day is back for students and teachers as well as family packed done at home activities.

PLEASE NOTE

Submissions are welcome for the inaugural Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards. The Show at the National Arts Centre has been postponed to June 2021.

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