EDUCATION DAYS - LIVE

LIVE at our new location:
 
Mādahòkì Farm
4420 West Hunt Club Rd.
 
June 22nd – 24th
 

Join us for FREE performances and interactive workshops that share and celebrate the diverse Indigenous cultures of Canada. All of our programming is designed to encourage interaction and engagement with our Indigenous artists and knowledge keepers who will help bring the curriculum to life in a fun, authentic and appropriate way.
Concurrent Workshops, each 45 minutes long: 9:45 am, 10:45 am, and 12:30. Lunch time will be from 11:30 – 12:30.

Please click on the buttons below for the day you’d like to attend and complete the registration form. Only register using ONE form. Please note that once we reach max capacity for the day we will not accept any more submissions for that form.

POW WOW DEMONSTRATION
Interactive demonstration of a Pow Wow with drums and dancers including world champion hoop dancer Dallas Arcand.
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INUIT THROAT SINGING
Tarniriik, the young Inuit girls who first became popular performing for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, continue to share and perform Inuit throat singing.
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METIS GAMES WITH HANK ROWLINSON
The Métis games feature a series of contests based on the lifestyle and work of the Métis Voyageurs. Get physical trying some traditional games like sack races and poison circle.
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SPIRIT HORSE STORIES WITH RHONDA SNOW
Meet the Ojibwe Spirit Horses and learn their history with stories and art from Rhonda Snow.
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INTERACTIVE ARTIST STATIONS
Create your own visual art using elements of nature with Emily Brascoupe and watch a demonstration of birch bark biting and create your own paper birch bark basket, applying Algonquin designs and symbols.
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RECONCILIATION ROCKS & LEGACY TRAIL
Visit our Reconciliation Rock Station & paint your own reconciliation rock – Write or draw your own message or picture of reconciliation on a personalized orange rock and leave your mark along our Legacy trail which has interpretive signage to introduce natural plants and medicines found on the farm.
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